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Greenham and Evans (fl. 1895-1900) (photographers)

 Organization

Dates

  • Existence: fl. 1895 - 1900

Biography

Greenham and Evans was a commercial photographic company. It had studios in the following locations: Sylvester Street, Coolgardie 1895; Barrack Street, Perth 1895-96; 175 Barrack Street, Perth 1897; 151 Barrack Street, Perth 1898-1900 (Davies and Stanbury 1985, p.171). The company was eventually owned by Denis Brown Dease who arrived in Perth from Melbourne in 1893 (Cato 1955, p.179).

Sources:

Cato, Jack (1955), 'The story of the camera in Australia'. Melbourne : Institute of Australian Photographers.

Davies, Alan and Stanbury, Peter (1985), 'The mechanical eye in Australia: photography 1841-1900'. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

 File

Photographs of agriculture and scenery in Western Australia circa 1910, 1910

Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/Y3081B
Scope and Contents

Contains loose photographs by 'Greenham and Evans. Perth W.A.' (stamped in relief on corner of prints). Prints either titled on front, or with pencilled captions on reverse.

Dates: 1910
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