"Hi, Lissa, yes I did, but I'd need an e-mail address from you to transfer copies to you as they're just for specific study use so I'd put them on WeTransfer. If you don't want to make your e-mail address public, you can message…"
"In the early days of WWI, lots of people took their own cameras with them and stereoview attachments/lenses were quite common too. From what I know, lots of people took photographs to send home to family and friends back home, but this was largely…"
I'm attaching an updated version of the notes, as one of the addresses on one of your photographs wasn't listed in any directories, but also appeared on the reverse of a photograph in Yale University's archives. I've…"
"I enjoyed the film, but knew little about the underlying story, although I was aware before watching of the controversial age revisionism regarding the main character. An interesting article to read on International Women's Day - I hope Lack…"
"Hi, Lissa and Rose
Thanks to the Scotland's People website, I've been able to complete the story of Theresa Browning/Dessurne - and also learned quite a lot about my home city in the process. I hope this is helpful for your research -…"
"Hi, Lissa - that's great the document worked - I'll finish it off and try and get it to you and Rose your time on Monday, in time for International Women's Day! It's beginning to look as if she took over from her brother and that…"
I've managed to do quite a bit of checking on the information you put up yesterday. I can't find any reference in a trade directory to Theresa being at the South Hanover Street address, but she may have been working out of…"
"My main thought on the colouring is that the style looks more like that of someone who may have been a painter than by someone whose job it was to add colours to mono photographs - the flowers and landscape in particular. Theresa Browning's…"
"Hi, Lissa and Rose
I've also found some of the information that Rose has mentioned, plus some other details. Yes, it is definitely the correct person as I found her described in a 1894 publication as follows:
Browning, Mrs, nee Theresa…"
This seems very appropriate for International Women's Day - I'm originally from Glasgow, but know NZ well. I think Theresa, might be this woman:
Browning, Madame Theresa Dessurne, teacher of music and photographic…"
"The only useful lead from the archive reference was that there appears to be a grand-daughter (I guess) and I wondered whether she might have photographs ... but you may have tried that already. There is someone of that (quite unusual name) who is…"
"Bobbie: I'm assuming they came in a pack marked 'collotype' (perhaps the vendor can tell you). The album describes them as 'Collotype Views', published by HM&S and printed by Valentine - there's images on both sides…"
Hi Carolina please do not comment to Anna Mats, I believe this is a spam or fraudulent email created with the intent to extract personal information. I have received the same email and this isn’t the first time, only the last one was from another person. I will be reporting the account and will be contacting Dr Pritchard about the security of this site.