Skip to main content

Cambridge University Libraries are providing a blend of online and controlled in-person services. Please see our website for more details.

Photographs of St. Vincent

 Fonds
Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/Y30773A

Scope and Contents

A collection of loose photographs measuring approximately 240 x 190 mm, with pencilled captions on the reverse. Of excellent technical quality, the photographs show scenes in and around Kingstown on a market day. The front of each print is imprinted 'J.C. Wilson, Photo: St. Vincent'.

Dates

  • 1890 - 1900

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

Unless restrictions apply, the collection is open for consultation by researchers using the Manuscripts Reading Room at Cambridge University Library. For further details on conditions governing access please contact mss@lib.cam.ac.uk. Information about opening hours and obtaining a Cambridge University Library reader's ticket is available from the Library's website (www.lib.cam.ac.uk).

Biographical / Historical

J.C. Wilson was a commercial photographer active in the West Indies from circa 1890 to circa 1910. He was based in Kingstown with a studio in James Street in 1909 and in Sharp Street in 1914. No further details are available.

Extent

1 file(s) (5 images in 1 file)

Language of Materials

English

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Good condition.

Existence and Location of Copies

This collection is available on microfiche: South America/Caribbean, fiche number 27.

General

This collection level description was entered by KS using information from the original typescript catalogue.

Date information

DateText: The date is approximate..

Originator(s)

Wilson, J C, fl 1890-1910, photographer

Includes index.
Date
2003-02-19 10:27:51+00:00
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin

Repository Details

Part of the Cambridge University Library Repository

Contact:
Cambridge University Library
West Road
Cambridge CB3 9DR United Kingdom


The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.