Brown, Barnes and Bell, fl. 1880-1901 (photographers)
- Existence: fl. 1880 - 1901
The firm Brown, Barnes and Bell had its head office in Liverpool (Pritchard 1994, p.41). However, the company also had a number of branches across the country, including London, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Leeds, Birmingham, Hanley, Wigan, Bradford, Manchester, Nottingham and Newcastle-upon-Tyne. There were also district offices in Hull, Newport, Middlesborough and Burnley (Vaughan 2000). The firm's London branches were at: 220 and 222 Regent Street 1880-85; 62 Cheapside 1881-89; 12 Baker Street, Portman Square 1886-1901 (Pritchard 1994, p.41).
Pritchard, Michael (1994), 'A directory of London photographers 1841-1908'. Watford: PhotoResearch.
Vaughan, Roger F. (2000), 'U.K. carte-de-visite Victorian photographs' [Internet]. Gloucestershire, Roger F. Vaughan. Available from: http://victorian.fortunecity.com/carroll/642/pixs/carte-a.htm [Accessed 17th February 2003].
Found in 1 Collection or Record:
‘Makaga’ 1883 aged 30, 1883
65 x 100 mm. Head and shoulders of a burly African with short beard, in European clothes.