British photographic history
Sue, Lady Kilbracken
Lucy Gillies (nee Bird)
Thomas H Burnside
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Just a small selection of Arbuthnots at the NPG: you can see some of them on our website under search the collection. Hope this helps.
I don't know of any photographer relation named Paul, but how fascinating!
I did receive the books from David - thank you.
I would be interested to get copies of the glass plates if that is possible.
I actually found your details when I was showing my dad the powers of the internet (he is always facinated how I ca spend so much timein front of my laptop - but also at the wealth of knowledge that is out there. So we did a search for Montague Bird and came across your comment in the BPH!
Looking forward to hearing more about your research into the Glass plates.
From documentation I have been given - the date of this Leica 250 DD appears to be specific to 1932 - as Leica specifically for 1932,then used a 2000 year old high quality 'Niello' technique called 'Wismut' which is a 'lead inlay' applied after engraving ..... which has also been an unusual feature of this Leica 250 DD Camera.
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