A collection of eighty-three glass plate negatives documenting a selection of industrial, secular and ecclesiastical sites primarily in the south-east of England.
Many of the negatives are duplicates of or are very similar to images in the F J Palmer collection (PAL01), and he has subsequently been attributed as photographer. While there is no definitive evidence at present to tie the other images to this photographer, it is likely that Palmer took all of the photographs in this collection.
The collection was deposited with the RCHME in the 1990s, but it is not clear how this part of Palmer's work became separated from the main part of his photographic collection.
Provenance : No details of provenance Dating from 1960s (date indicated on sleeves)
This Collection contains the following materials:
Source: Historic England Archive
People & Organisations
Photographer: Palmer, Frederick John
Elizabethan Town House, Post Medieval Custom House, Victorian Water Tower, Dock, Victorian Town Hall, Medieval Cathedral, Hanoverian Country House, Georgian Lighthouse, Medieval Parish Church, Stuart Timber Framed Building, Post Medieval Post Mill, Victorian Gas Works
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