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Title:
Sarah Annette Jones photograph album.
Published/Created:
Wales, 1853-1855.
Physical Description:
1 album (78 photographs) : salted paper prints ; 29 cm
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
TR145 .D5 1853+ Oversize
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Information
Classification:
Photographs
Notes:
The album includes photographs of people and places, primarily in Wales. Most of the people depicted are members of the Eden, Vivian, Lindsay, Denman, and Lennox families. Locations depicted include Singleton Abbey, Sketty Hall, and Oystermouth Castle. Also included are Mary Dillwyn's photographs of flowers and birds.
Most photographs are captioned and dated in black ink, with the initials or name of the photographer. Based on the signings, photographers include Mary Dillwyn, John Dillwyn Llewellyn, and Captain Augustus Lennox. Photographs with initials A.P.V. are probably by Sir Arthur Pendarves Vivian. C.E.E. may refer to Caroline Eden.
The album is inscribed at front: "Sarah Annette Jones from her Papa, June 1854." Sarah Annette Jones (born 1836) was the the niece of John Henry Vivian, of Bryn Newydd, on Sketty Green in Swansea. J.H. Vivian was father of Henry Hussey Vivian, 1st Lord Swansea, to whom several of John Dillwyn Llewellyn's photograph albums were once wrongly attributed.
There are 78 photographs present in the album. There are captions for an additional 14 photographs no longer present. Photograph nos. 7, 20 and 73 are no longer affixed to the page (removed to separate folder). Also removed to the folder are three commercially produced travel photographs: The Chancel, Roslin Chapel, 61, G.W.W. [George Washington Wilson, photographer] -- Queen's View, Killiecrankie, 10,700. G.W.W. -- Edinburgh Castle and National Gallery, 12067, J.V. [James Valentine, photographer]
Contents:
1. A.J. / V.A.W., April 1854 -- 2. Mrs. A. Webber / by D. Vivian, 1854 -- 3. [Bryn Newydd?] -- 4. Mrs. Eden / Capt. Lennox, 1853 -- 5. The Bryn / Capt. Lennox, 1854 -- 6. Shady Walk at the Bryn / Capt. Lennox, 1854 -- 7. Dulcie Eden & Emily Eden / M. Dillwyn, 1854 -- 8. Etta Vivian, Dulcie & Emily Eden / M. Dillwyn, 1854 -- 9. The Bryn / Capt. Lennox, 1854 -- 10. Aunt Sarah & Mr. Vivian / H.H., 1854 [photograph lacking; in its place is laid in a photograph captioned "Edinburgh Castle and National Gallery, 12067 J.V.] -- 11. Mrs. H.H. Vivian / M. Dillwyn, 1854 -- 12. D. Vivian / A.W., 1854 -- 13. The [illegible] Singleton / C.H., 1854 -- 14. Glan Afon / R.W.L., 1854 -- 15. Sketty Church / Capt. Lennox, 1854 -- 16. Ringers (Sketty Church) / R.W.L., 1854 -- 17. Mr. Welby & Singers (Sketty Church) / A.W., 1854 -- 18. Schools (Sketty) / Capt. Lennox, 1854 -- 19. The Orangery at Singleton / Capt. Lennox, 1854 -- 20. Fountains (Singleton) / C.E.V, 1854 -- 21. Sivip [?] Cottage / Capt. Lennox, 1854 -- 22. Gertrude & Mr. Lloyd / M.D., 1853 -- 23. F. Denman / Mr. Llewellyn, 1853 -- 24. [Flowers in a vase] / M.D., 1853 -- 25. H.N. Eden Esqr. / Mr. Llewellyn, 1853 -- 26. Passion Flowers / M.D., 1853 -- 27. Lord George Lennox & Glynn Vivian / Capt. Lennox, 1854 -- 28. [Flowers in a vase] / M.D., 1853 -- 29. Black Pyl / Capt. Lennox, 1854 -- 30. M. & C. Lindsay / R.W.L., 1854 -- 31. Fitzwilliam Museum (Cambridge) -- 32. Part of Oystermouth Castle / M.D., 1854 -- 33. Oystermouth Castle / M.D., 1854 -- 34. Oystermouth Castle / M.D., 1854 -- 35. Cottage on Pear Tree Green (nr. Southampton) / Capt. Lennox, 1854 -- 36.-40. [Five photographs of birds, including "Manx" and "Normandy"] / M.D., 1854. and 41. St. Vincent Rocks, Clifton / Capt. Lennox, 1854 -- 42. Old Fisherman with his Net (Hamble) / V.A.W., 1854 -- 43. Chip- [?], V.W. & C.E. / 1854 -- 44. Schools at Hamble, Calyotype / V.W., 1854 -- 45. Jo Denman & Emmy [?] / Mr. Llewellyn, 1854 -- 46. Open Window at Netley Abbey / V.A.W., 1854 -- 47. L. Eden / Capt. Lennox, 1854 -- 48. Salisbury Cathedral from the Palace Garden -- 49. F. Denman & Emmy / Mr. Llewellyn, 1854 -- 50. Dulcie Eden & Lord George Lennox / Capt. Lennox, 1854 -- 51. Church Porch, Sketty / M. Dillwyn, 1854 -- 52. The Mill (Black Pyl) / Capt. Lennox, 1854 -- 53. Lady Gibson Craig / A.P.V., 1854 -- 54. Sir Wm. Gibson Craig / A.P.V., 1854 -- 55. Mrs. Webber / V.A.W., 1854 -- 56. Hamble Green / V.A.W., 1854 -- 57. The Clergymen / V.A.W., 1854 -- 58. A.J. / V.A.W., 1854 -- 59. The Miss Goddards / A.P.V., 1854 -- 60. The Bryn / R.W.L., 1854 -- 61. Sally / W.G.V., 1854 -- 62. The Farm Singleton / R.W.L., 1854 -- 63. Cave at Three Cliff Bay / M.D., 1854 -- 64. The Gorse Cottage, Singleton / W.G.V., 1854 -- 65. The Three Cliffs / W.G.V., 1854 -- 66. [Portrait of John Dillwyn Llewelyn?] -- 67. [Portrait of an unidentified boy] -- 68. [Unidentified large home] -- 69. [Flowers] -- 70. [Unidentified home] -- 71. Fern & Foxglove / Mr. Llewellyn, 1854 -- 72. Yucca / Mr. Llewellyn, 1854 -- 73. [Unidentified home] -- 74. Louisa Eden / C.E.E., 1855 -- 75. Emmie Denman / C.E.E., 1855 -- 76. Caroline Denman / C.E.E., 1855 -- 77. Frances Denman & Dulcie [?] / C.E.E., 1855 -- 78. [Unidentified landscape, with country homes]
Subject Terms:
Denham family
Eden family.
Eden, Dulcie.
Flowers -- Pictorial works.
Jones family.
Jones, Arthur, ca. 1806-1864.
Jones, Sarah Annette, 1836-
Lennox family.
Lindsay family.
Oystermouth Castle (Swansea, Wales)
Photography of plants.
Singleton Abbey (Swansea, Wales)
Sketty (Swansea, Wales)
Sketty Hall (Swansea, Wales)
Vivian family
Wales -- Pictorial works.
Women in natural history.
Form/Genre:
Photographs.
Photograph albums.
Salted paper prints.
Contributors:
Dillwyn, Mary, 1816-1906, photographer.
Eden, Caroline, photographer.
Lennox, Augustus, 1824-1883, photographer.
Llewellyn, John Dillwyn, 1810-1882, photographer.
Vivian, A. Pendarves (Arthur Pendarves), 1834-1926, photographer.
Valentine, James, 1815-1879, photographer.
Wilson, G. W. (George Washington), 1823-1893
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