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Malcolm Batty
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Malcolm Batty replied to Paul Godfrey's discussion Beach Photographers
"Hi Paul Regarding the D&P House. I worked for Rapid Photographic Development Co Ltd in a run down building at the back of a wood yard. I'm sure that the machine was a KODAK ENPRINTER. We had two machines in the printing room. I used to…"
Apr 11
Malcolm Batty replied to Paul Godfrey's discussion Beach Photographers
"JOHN BATTY and his son HARRY BATTY were carpenter and joiners as well as photographers. The holiday season only lasts about six weeks and they could make a living in the winter. In my youth in the 1960s I worked in a D & P House developing and…"
Apr 10
Malcolm Batty replied to Paul Godfrey's discussion Beach Photographers
"JOHN BATTY and his son HARRY BATTY were carpenter and joiners as well as photographers. The holiday season only lasts about six weeks and they could make a living in the winter. In my youth in the 1960s I worked in a D & P House developing and…"
Apr 10
Malcolm Batty replied to Paul Godfrey's discussion Beach Photographers
"More pix"
Apr 8
Malcolm Batty replied to Paul Godfrey's discussion Beach Photographers
"Further to my message please find attached one or two images of Batty's beach photographs from about 1910"
Apr 8
Malcolm Batty replied to Paul Godfrey's discussion Beach Photographers
"I don't know if my information is relevant but my great grandfather JOHN BATTY was trading as a photographer and picture frame maker in Wood Green when he saw a advert for spaces to rent on Clacton Beach. He set up his stall in 1896 and the…"
Apr 8
Malcolm Batty commented on Roger John Evans's blog post Auction: George Stacey Abolitionist newly discovered collection of Daguerreotypes/Ambrotypes / 21 February 2018
"Good luck to anyone bidding at the auction. The photographer name BEARD is very important to UK photography. His work needs to be saved by people who value his contribution."
Jan 17

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