Series: Early Photographic Print Collection: Wiltshire
- 1850 - 1920
- Series containing Photographic, Graphic, Electronic and Textual material
A series of 519 photographic prints and postcards of various locations within the county of Wiltshire. Locations depicted include: Avebury Stone Circle and Henge, St James's Church in Avebury, Malmesbury Abbey and Market cross, Cheney Court in Ditteridge, The Church of St Peter in Britford, Wilsford Manor in Wilsford cum Lake, Marlborough College, Wilton House, Fore Street in Trowbridge, Salisbury Cathedral, The Poultry Cross in Salisbury, Lake House in Lake, South Wraxall Manor, Church House in Steeple Ashton, Swallowcliffe Manor, Lacock Abbey, Longleat House, The Hall in Bradford on Avon, Winchester Street in Salisbury, Overtown House, Norton Manor, St Nicholas's Church in Bromham, Porch House in Potterne, St Mary the Virgin's Church in Devizes, All Saints' Church in Great Chalfield, St James' Church in South Wraxall, The High Street in Codford St Mary, St Lawrence's Church in Bradford on Avon, Court House in Malmesbury, Bradford on Avon Tithe Barn, Town Bridge in Bradford on Avon, Church of St John the Evangelist in Bemerton, Old Wardour Castle, St Mary, St Katherine and All Saints' Church in Edington, Hungerford Almshouses in Corsham, The Chantry in Bradford on Avon, Church of All Saints in Somerford Keynes, The North Gate in Salisbury, Burderop Park, The High Street in Highworth, St John the Baptist's Church in Hannington, Littlecote House, St Giles's Church in Lea, Burton Hill House in St Paul Malmesbury Without, Hall's Almshouses in Bradford on Avon, Longford Castle, St Mary and St Nicholas's Church in Wilton, St Mary's Church in Bishopstone, and The King's Arms Hotel in Malmesbury.
See also OP08882, a fragment of a photograph of Poultry Cross Salisbury. This is catalogued in the Avon collection as it is attached to the same backing mount as a complete photo of Temple Church, Bristol.
This is part of the Collection: RBO01 Early Photographic Print Collection
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