Copies of family photographs including Hugh Hamshaw Thomas, 1913 - 1954
Scope and Contents
Includes: 1) British Association Botany Section, Birmingham, 1913. Large formal group of unidentified men and women gathered on the steps, Hugh Hamshaw Thomas under lamp, back right (Copyright Whittock and Son?); 2) Hugh Hamshaw Thomas in military uniform (WW1), photographer illegible; mounted photograph of Hugh Hamshaw Thomas with aerial (glass plate) camera, standing beside a plane, WW1; two unidentified men standing in front of a (?WW1) aeroplane; formal group photograph, presumably of the Botany Department ouside the Botany School, post WW1, including Hugh Hamshaw Thomas, seated front left and Albert Charles Seward, Master of Downing College and Professor of Botany, seated 4th from left (Photographer Scott and Wilkinson); photograph of Hugh Hamshaw Thomas walking his daughter across the main lawn in Downing on her wedding day, 1954; photograph of his son-in-law and daughter cutting their cake (portrait of Master Sir Herbert Richmond on the wall behind); Mrs (Torrie) Hamshaw Thomas with Sir Lionel and Lady Ethel Whitby outside the Master's Lodge, n.d.
- 1913 - 1954
Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Use
Copyright retained by the family, other than professional photographers (where stated). Permission for archive use.
8 item(s) : Digital images
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Sent by Dr Hamshaw Thomas's grandson to the College Archivist, 2020.
- From the Fonds: Thomas, Hugh Hamshaw, 1885 - 1962 (palaeobotanist) (Person)