Zerelia negatives (Half Plate) and Thessaly prints, Undated, 1909?-1911?
Scope and Contents
8 photographs of views of landscape, coastline, ancient fortification walls, a town (Volos?), and a cheerful man with a dead cockerel, all of which pertain to Thessaly in general. 5 half plate negatives of archaeological excavation, including cist graves and an assembly of axes, which pertain specifically to Zerelia, Thessaly.
AJBW wrote a title in pencil on the back for 6 of the prints, if he doubted his attribution of place, he included a question mark to denote his uncertainty.
Originally stored in a white envelope entitled in black ink by E. B. W. French, ''Marked Zerelia negatives (HP) & Thessaly prints, Secondary packing', i.e. Dr French has copied the details over from an original envelope thus titled by AJBW.
- Undated, 1909?-1911?
13 item(s) (8 positive prints, 5 negative prints, 1 envelope) : photographic, paper
Bay C, Shelf 4, Box 15
Former reference 'Wace Archive 039', Cambridge Transfer, Box 13
Gelatin silver contact prints
8 positive contact prints,10.2 x 6 cm
5 half plate negative prints, 12.5 x 17 cm
1 white paper envlope, annotated by EBWF in black ink
Part of the University of Cambridge: Faculty of Classics Archives Repository
Faculty of Classics
Cambridge CB3 9DA United Kingdom