Carte de visite photographs
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = AMS
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Nine English portrait cards: five from Bradford region, two from Manchester, one from Harrogate and one from Bath. Twelve Scottish cards: four from Edinburgh, three from Dunfermline one each from Largs, Leven, Broughty Ferry, Peebles and Glasgow. Two subjects identified. Glasgow card of James Wylie, May 1865, and one of Bradford cards signed Gertrude Glyde.
Fonds — Folder Phot.Ill.90
Scope and Contents Cartes de visite portraits of medics.
Dates: mid-late 19th century
Illuminated calligraphic manuscript entitled A Selection from the Collects, by Louisa Mary Freeman, c 1880
Scope and Contents This is a manuscript entitled A Selection from the Collects, by Louisa Mary Freeman. Each page is highly illuminated, and includes a prayer and a note indicating when to recite said prayer (for example 'Sixth Sunday after Epiphany', and 'Ninth Sunday after Trinity'), a decorated initial, and richly illuminated borders.Also includes a contemporary carte de visite portrait of Louisa Mary Freeman, taken by Hennah & Kent in...
Dates: c 1880
Fonds — Box CLX-A-480
Content Description This is an album dated 1861 belonging to Scottish poet Louisa Agnes Czarnecki, who was married to Arthur Antoine Czarnecki, a Polish exile residing in Scotland. The album primarily focuses on politically engaged poetry that vehemently protests against "Russian atrocities" while celebrating the triumph of Garibaldi in Italy.The volume comprises a variety of interesting elements, including original manuscript poetry written by Czarnecki herself. These poems are accompanied by carefully...