'Englemere', 19 Chesterton Road, Cambridge, 1890-1900 (approximate; the note is c. 2012)
Scope and Contents
Thirteen interior views and one exterior view of the house. One of the interior views includes a seated man, possibly Karl Hermann Breul (uncle of Braunholtz), who was resident in the house in the 1890s. The prints of the interior views measure 232-241 mm x 283-291 mm and the print of the exterior view measures 291 mm x 216 mm (upright measurements first). Eleven of the prints are mounted on card; the three which are not each bear an impression reading 'R. H. Lord/ Copyright'. With a note by Carola Scupham.
- 1890-1900 (approximate; the note is c. 2012)
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14 photographic print(s) (14 photographs)
1 item(s) (1 card)
Language of Materials
- From the Fonds: Braunholtz, Hermann Justus, 1888-1963 (curator) (Person)
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