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Old Photographs - Cambridgeshire Photographers - La - Ld

Photographers are listed alphabetically by surname on the following pages.

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Name: LADDS, Sidney Inskip b: 1867  d: 1950
Address: Market Place, Huntingdon
Working Dates:1889-1950
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: Sidney Inskip Ladds was an architect and historian. He set up his architectural business in Huntingdon in 1889. He became the Diocesan Surveyor for the Diocese of Ely and did a great deal of restoration work on local ecclesiastical buildings over many years. In his work he photographed projects extensively and many of his photographs and thousands of his documents are now in the Norris Museum Collection. Sidney was a friend of Herbert Norris and designed the Norris Museum building. Ladds was one of three authors of the Victoria County History of Huntingdonshire 1926-36. It is not known to what extent, if any, Ladds' photographs might be encountered outside the Norris Museum and the Hunts Archives.

 Name: LAFONT (or LAFOUNT) , Miss Beatrice   b: 1878 Deptford Kent  d: 1962
Address: 12 Sussex Street, Cambridge.
Working Dates: 1916-1922
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: Beatrice was a shop keeper's daughter born in Deptford, London. She was listed in local directories as a photographer at 12 Sussex Street Cambridge from 1916 to 1922. She rented a house and shop there for £20 a quarter from St John's College. From 1929 Beatrice was at 24 Sussex Street Cambridge, where she was probably a lodging house keeper. She was still resident in Sussex Street in 1935, no longer listed as a photographer. By 1937 she had moved to 61 Jesus Lane Cambridge where she was a lodging house keeper. From 1934 her brother, Walter, a taxi driver, lived with her.
References: Mike Petty, The Photographers, (a handlist of local photographers), Cambridge, Cambridgeshire Collection, 1992
Kelly's Directory 1916-22, Cambridge Blue Book 1938, Electoral Rolls for Cambridge 1929-1949. Cambridge Daily News, Saturday 21 June 1919 p3 sale of Sidney Street estate (including 12 Sussex Street) by St John's College.

Name: LAMB, Edmund Thomas b: 1844 Tetbury Glos  d: 1913
Address: 5 Aukland Cottages Cambridge (1871) 5 Regent Terrace Cambridge (1881) 107 Victoria Road Cambridge (1891)
Working Dates: 1871 - 1891 in Cambridge, then Tetbury Glos no later than 1897 to 1913
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: Edmund was the son of Thomas Lamb b: 1813 Tetbury Glos, a plasterer and tiler. In 1871 Edmund married Mary Jane Wisher b:1851 Spalding Lincs, and was living in Cambridge at 5 Aukland Cottages, off Newmarket Road, and was a photographer's assistant. His wife, Mary Jane, was the daughter of a solicitor's clerk and by the 1860s her family were living in Rose Crescent Cambridge. In the 1881 census Edmund was still a photographer's assistant, living at 5 Regent Terrace Cambridge, a move upmarket from Aukland Cottages, being closer to the town centre and with open views across Parkers Piece. Edmund's name was incorrectly recorded by the 1881 numerator as Charles T Lamb. Edmund was living with his wife: Mary J Lamb and their three daughters, plus a servant and undergraduate lodger. The latter no doubt helping to increase the family income. In 1888 Mary Jane died and in the 1891 census Edmund was a widower, occupation listed as a photographer and an employee. He was living at 107 Victoria Road Cambridge with his three daughters: Elizabeth F Lamb b: 1874 Cambridge, Gertrude J Lamb b: 1877 Cambridge and Persis Annie Lamb b:1880 Cambridge. (Persis was Edmund's mothers christian name, and is a name which crops up in the Tetbury area since Elizabethan times) Elizabeth was shown as an apprentice - but no indication of the trade she was following. By 1897 Edmund appeared in the Kellys Directory as a Photographer with a fancy goods repository in Church Street Tetbury Glos. In the 1901 census Edmund was shown as a photographer, operating on his own account at 10 Church Street, Tetbury. His daughter Persis was still living with him and was shown as a photographer's assistant. By 1911 Edmund was a photographer and stationer working from his home at 10 Church Street Tetbury, all three daughters, who were still single, were with him, Persis assisting in the business, Elizabeth a milliner and Gertrude a hospital nurse. In 1912 The Gloucester Journal reported the marriage in Tetbury of Elizabeth Florence Wisher Lamb to Wilfred Ling, a Rhodesian mounted policeman. The press report referred to Edmund Lamb's family as "well known and highly respected in the town". Edmund died in 1913. A 1914 Commercial List for Tetbury lists Edmund Thomas Lamb as a photographer and fancy goods repository in Church Street. The 1924 Tetbury Almanac lists Miss Persis Lamb as a photographer in Church Street Tetbury. Edmund's daughter Persis continued to run a photography business in Church Street until her death on 8 May 1936. When she died, the administrator of her estate was named as Wilfred Dennis Moss, Photographer.( Moss, b: 1881 was listed in the 1911 census as a photographic artist living at 24 Cecily Hill, Cirencester.) At some later point it is possible that the business name became Clark and Lamb. Gloucestershire Archives list under one reference in their catalogue six photograph portraits by J Clark and E T Lamb of Tetbury, which they date to around 1930. It is not clear whether they have catalogued photographs by two separate firms under one reference or whether their catalogue refers to six items from a combined firm. There are also in existence Tetbury postcards published by Clark and Lamb. Jas. Clark was another Tetbury photographer who operated from the Market Place in Tetbury; in the 1914 commercial list he was shown as a stationer in Long Street Tetbury and in the 1924 Tetbury Almanac he was a picture framer in Long Street and Church Street.
References: England Census 1861-1911, Gloucestershire Archives K/1013/28. Gloucester Journal 23 March 1912 p11. 1914 Commercial List for Tetbury, 1924 Tetbury Almanac, 1897 Kellys Directory of Tetbury (the last three items are all available from The History of Tetbury Society website http://www.tetburyhistory.com)

Name:LAMBERT, Rev Frederick Charles ,   b: c.1852  d: 1932
Address: 62 St Andrews Street Cambridge in 1887, Rulverdome Cambridge 1889
Working Dates: Cambridge 1887-89, photographic interest continued at least until 1900
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: According to Cambridge University Alumni, 1261-1900 FC Lambert was admitted to ST JOHN'S, College July 7, 1871 and re-admitted Oct. 14, 1872. He was the son of the Rev. Alfred Lambert (1826) [and Jane]. B. at Monk Bretton, Yorks. Bapt. Aug. 22, 1852. He matriculated in 1872; was an exhibitioner; B.A. in 1876. He then migrated to Downing College Oct. 6, 1876; became an M.A. in 1879. He was ordained deacon (Rochester) 1878; priest (York) 1882; Chaplain of St Bartholomew's, Sydenham, 1878-9. Senior Mathematical Master at the High School, Bishop's Stortford, Herts., 1879-80. He returned to Cambridge and was Chaplain of the Cambridge County Asylum, Fulbourn, 1880-2. Curate of Monk Bretton, Yorks., 1882-3. Chaplain at Downing College Cambridge, 1884-6. Lecturer of St Paul's, Bayswater, 1891-3. Lecturer of St Helen's, Kensington, 1892-5. C. of St Mary Aldermanbury, 1896-1900. Lecturer at St Paul's, Forest Hill, Kent, 1898; at St Anne's, Highgate, 1900-2. Latterly until his death of 27, Thurlby Road, West Norwood. We know that Frederick was taking photographs and was in Cambridge at the above addresses in 1887 and 1889 when he exhibited at the Annual Exhibition of the Photographic Society in those years. In the 1881 census Frederick, his wife Rosalie b: 1844 Cambs and their two children were at 62 St Andrews Street Cambridge, the home of Frederick's in-laws, Henry Rance b: 1807 Ely, solicitor and Caroline Rance b: 1815 Cambridgeshire. One of his 1889 prints was of the interior of Kings College Chapel. After this period in Cambridge, Frederick's interest in photography continued and he exhibited with the Photographic Society, later the RPS, in 1890, 1895, 1897, 1898 and 1900. Throughout this period (including the night of the 1891 census) he was living at 6 Ormond Terrace, Regents Park, London. He was a member of the Royal Photographic Society from around 1897. Frederick was also an author and among his books were a number on photography: "The Perfect Negative. A Series of Chapters on After-treatment of the Negative" 1899, "The Hand Camera Companion and Guide: a concise handbook, etc. With illustrations" 1906, "Photographs. With a descriptive essay by the Rev. F. C. Lambert" 1891 by Frederick Charles Lambert and B. Gay Wilkinson, "Portraiture for Amateurs without a Studio ... With one hundred and twenty-six illustrations and diagrams" 1903, "Photographs. With a descriptive essay by the Rev. F. C. Lambert" 1890 by Frederick Charles Lambert and Lyddell Sawyer, and "Lantern Slide Making" 1901. With Thomas Harrison Cummings he was also joint author of 10 Vol monthly "The Practical Photographer", 1904
References: Cambridge University Alumni, 1261-1900, Catalogues of the Photographic Society Annual Exhibition. Frederick submitted three photographs at Stationers' Hall for copyright purposes, one was from the St Andrews St Cambridge address in 1887, the other two were later submissions in 1899.

Name:  LANCE STUDIOS, LANCE STUDIOS ADVERTISING LTD in 1986  (Company No. 01633028 incorporated 4/5/1982 and dissolved 1/8/1990 J Goodenough Director)
Address: 309 Lincoln Road, Peterborough (1967-80) 212 Lincoln Road Peterborough in 1986
Working Dates: c. 1966 - 1986
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: commercial, industrial, weddings, portraits. See below an example black and white portrait of two bridesmaids taken at a wedding in 1966. The print is 6in x 4in and the mount in cream card is 8in x 6in, the back stamp bearing the legend "Photographs by Lance Studios 309 Lincoln Road, Peterborough Tel 69158" is rubber-stamped on the reverse of the mount in silver ink.
References: D.A.Yales Directory of Huntingdon and Peterborough 1967/1968. Peterborough Yellow Pages 1971, 1974, 1977, 1980, 1986.

Wedding photograph by Lance StudiosLance Studios back stamp

Name: LANE, Brian M b:1937 d: 2017
Address: West End Ely Cambridgeshire, 7A Little Lane Ely at least 1969 to 1974
Working dates: 1940s - 2012?
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: Brian Lane was the son of another Ely photographer, Walter Martin Lane (see below). Brian Lane took photographs for most of his life from the 1940s to 2012. His advertisements as a professional photographer appeared in Yellow pages as below. See below an image from a wedding sequence from the 1950s. The print is 3.25 x 5.25 ins and is in a cream card wrap round mount. The image and the mount are both stamped "Copyright photograph No .... by Brian M Lane, West End, Ely Cambs." A couple of Brian's images appear on the Ely site of the Cambridgeshire Community Archive Network CCAN. http://ely.ccan.co.uk/?s=Brian+Lane
References: UK Telephone Directories 1969 to 1974, where he is listed as a photographer.

Brian Lane wedding photograph Reverse of Lane wedding photograph

Name: LANE, Walter Martin b:1896 d:1973
Address: 1st Albrian New House, West End, Ely
Working dates:c.1920-1970
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: Walter Lane was a gents outfitters manager in Ely and a keen amateur photographer. Walter was elected a member of Cambridge Photographic Club 31/10/44. He was interested in using his photography to record the events of his time and so when the 1947 fen floods occurred Walter spent all his spare time for weeks recording the effects of the floods and the efforts of civilians and military in the face of this terrible natural disaster. For a period he was an unofficial photographer for the military personnel engaged in Operation Neptune - the rescue and clear up operation. Around a thousand of Walter's negatives and prints from the floods are held in the Cambridgeshire Collection. Around another 300 of his other negatives have also survived there, covering topics which include shop window displays from Ely. Some of Lane's 1947 flood images were included in the 1986 exhibition "Fen Archive" at the Cambridge Darkroom, Gwydir Street. Walter sold many of his prints of the floods to help raise money for the flood victims.
References: Fen Archive 1850-1950 Cambridge Darkroom 1986, Chris Carling and Brian Human
Mike Petty, Cambridge News 3 Feb 2014 "When troops fought to reclaim fen from floods."
James Frank, "The Fen Floods '47", Cambridgeshire Life Magazine Jan 1989 p4.

Name: LANGFORD, Victor George b:1874 Cambridge d:1949
Address: 136 Gwydir Street in 1891, 63 Norfolk Street, Cambridge in 1897
Working dates:c 1891 - 1897
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: In the 1891 census Victor was living at 136 Gwydir Street Cambridge with his parents, Joshua, a boot maker b Cambridge 1856 and Elizabeth b 1852 Long Sutton Lincs. Victor was an apprentice photographer. Cambridgeshire Archives in their records of Cambridge Charity Organisation Society: case file no.2892, record a request in 1897 for an indoor hospital order from Victor George Langford of 63 Norfolk Street, aged 23, photographer. We currently have no information about Langford's employer or place of work. By 1901 Victor was married and had two children and was living in Brighton Rd, West Ham. His occupation was "gas spares warehouseman". By 1911 his occupation was shown as "showroom attendant for a gas stove manufacturer" and he was living in Leyton with his wife and six children. By the time he retired, Victor was a showroom manager.
Reference: Cambridgeshire Archives Ref: K1350/1/2892, England Census 1891, 1901, 1911, 1939 Register.

Name: LANHAM, Harry Edward b:1878 Newnham Cambridge d:
Address: 63 Mill Road, Cambridge 1911-21
Working dates: 1901 - 1921 at least
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: Photo-historian Paul Godfrey, in researching Great Yarmouth photographer Ernest Day, (who had a studio in Norwich at 2 Davey Place and another in Great Yarmouth at 92 and 93 Regent Road) found that Harry Lanham was Day's assistant in 1901. The 1901 Census shows the Day family living at 92-93 Regent Road Great Yarmouth along with Harry Lanham “photographer’s assistant” age 23 born Newnham Cambridgeshire. By 1911 Harry was back in Cambridge. In the 1911 Census Harry was shown as a photographer working for others, living at the home of his aunt, Esther Ann Cannon b: 1844, a lady of independent means, at 63 Mill Road, Cambridge. At the same address was another aunt, Lucy Agnes Lanham b: 1842. When Harry's aunt, still at 63 Mill Road Cambridge, died in 1921, Harry, occupation photographer, was granted probate. In the 1921 Census Harry was at the home of aunt Lucy Agnes Lanham and two other family members at 63 Mill Road Cambridge. He gave his occupation as a photographer and employer, operating at 7a St Andrews Street, Cambridge. No other indication has yet been found of the studio/s where Harry worked in Cambridge.
References: England Census 1901, 1911, 1921.

Name: LARKINSON, Frederick b: d:
Address: St Neots
Working dates: c. 1910-1914
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: Warehouseman Also at Biggleswade and Stevenage, RPPC publisher included in a "Directory of Cambridgeshire Postcard Publishers/photographers noted before 1914" by Michael Rouse in "Cambridge in Early Postcards", Oleander Press 1978. Not currently known whose images used.
References: Kelly's 1910 and 1914.

Name: LAUGHTON, Bob    b:       d:
Address: 1 Chatsfield, Peterborough
Working Dates: c.1999
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: advertising, annual reports editorial, industrial, interiors, brochures, product
References: Peterborough Yellow Pages 1999

Name:  LAW, Misses Alice Teresa and Florence Aspasia    
Address: Park Road, Peterborough and 7 or 30 Victoria Road, Peckham
Working Dates: 1890-1901
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: In 1861 Edward Law (b:1836, Peckham Surrey) was an ironmonger living in Whitechapel. His family comprised his wife Harriet (b:1833 Morton Essex), daughters Harriet Teresa (b:1856 Whitechapel) and Alice Teresa (b:1860 Whitechapel) and son Edward Gibbon (b:1858 Whitechapel). Another daughter, Florence Aspasia, was born in 1863 in Whitechapel. The three daughters remained spinsters and all became photographers. In 1881 the three Law sisters were living together at 70 Azenby Square, Camberwell, London. No occupation was shown for any of the three sisters. In 1891 Florence and Alice were living at Lyndhurst Road Camberwell. Florence was the head of the household and their mother Harriet was living with them. Florence and Alice were described as photographers. Harriet Teresa Law was a lodger in Peterborough at 2 Vergette Street in 1891, described as a photographer, working on her own account. Local directories show Alice and Florence working as photographers in Park Road Peterborough between 1890 and 1901. At some point during this period the trio also had an address at 7 and 30 Victoria Road Peckham (see cabinet photo and carte de visite below). Photo London suggests that the 30 Victoria Road Studio was in use c 1891-6 and the 7 Victoria Road address was used from c. 1895 - 1900. In 1901 Alice and Florence were at 34 Clayton Road Camberwell. Alice was a photographic re-toucher working on her own account from home. Florence was the Secretary of a Society working from home. Meanwhile, in 1901, Harriet was a lodger in Peterborough at 106 Bright Street, where she was described as a photographer working on her own account. In 1911 Alice and Florence were living together at 59 Mountpelier Rd Peckham. No occupation was shown for Alice; Florence was shown as a clerk. Florence died in 1937, Alice in 1938 and Harriet in 1941. What was the connection for these ladies between Peckham and Peterborough?

The first example below is a carte de visite of a lady in a dark gown with leg of mutton sleeves. The face of the carte states "A and F Law Park Rd Peterborough and at 30 Victoria Rd Peckham". The reverse has a flower spray design by Marion of Paris, with Rg No 42.061 and Marion code "Marion, imp Paris _ . _ Text on the rear states "Artistic Photography A and F Law Park Rd Peterborough and at 30 Victoria Road Peckham. Portraits copied to any size & colored in oil, water color, or crayon" This is probably from around 1893 - 5. Below this there is a cabinet photograph of an unknown young man smartly dressed in morning suit, with watch chain is probably from the late 1890s. On the face of the mount is printed in sepia "A & F Law Park Road Peterborough and at 7 Victoria Rd Peckham". The reverse, again printed in sepia, has a peacock feather and floral design and the legend "Artistic Photography A & F Law, Park Rd Peterboro' and at 7 Victoria Road Peckham. Portraits copied to any size & colored in oil, water color or crayon. Copies of this photo may be had No....." . Below this is another Cabinet photograph of a teenaged girl, the mount almost identical to the last, but with slightly different layout and type faces - suggesting one mount may have been the copy of the other by a different supplier. There is no indication which came first, neither bearing a printer or designer's name.

Kelly's Directory of Northamptonshire 1890, 1894, 1898
Cook's Peterborough and District Directory, WJ Cook, Boston, Lincs 1894
The Peterborough Directory 1892, 1896, 1898, 1901 (Law Miss)

Carte de visite by A and F Law c 1893-5Reverse of A and F Law carte de visite

A & F Law Cabinet PortraitReverse of A & F Law cabinet portrait

Cabinet photograph by a and F LawReverse of Cabinet photograph by a and F Law

Name:  LAWRENCE Ada Maud   b: 20/1/1910 Huntingdon    d:2000
Address: 5 Hodsons Drive, 26 Priory Road, Huntingdon
Working Dates: c.1966 - 1971
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: According to the 1939 Register Ada M Bullen was managing a photographic Studio. She was single in 1939, and in 1942 she married Benjamin Lawrence. In 1939 she was at 26 Priory Road, Huntingdon, with her father Herbert Bullen b: 1886 and mother Ada b:1879. It is not currently known which studio she was managing in 1939, but she was operating on her own account in the 1960s.
References: Eastern Counties of England Trades Directory 1966-67. DA Yales Directory of Huntingdon and Peterborough 1967/1968. Peterborough Telephone Directory 1964.  Peterborough Yellow Pages 1971

Name:   LAWRENCE, B b:       d:
Address: 3 Sandwich Rd, St Neots,
Working Dates: c.1980 - 1986
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information:
References: Peterborough Yellow Pages 1980, 1986

LAWRENCE AND HASTINGS - see entry for Geoff Hastings of Wisbech

Name: LAWS, Percy b:1893 Littleport d:
Address: Littleport Cambridgeshire
Working dates: 1911
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: In the 1911 Census Percy is shown as a photographer's assistant, working for others. He was living at Station Road, Littleport with his widower father, Colman Laws, b:1862, farm worker, and three younger brothers who were all working in agriculture. By 1921 Percy had married and was a photographer living at 20 Union Street, East Retford, working for W Sheppard, photographer, Tickhill, Yorkshire.
References: 1911 England Census. 1921 Census.

Name:  LAWSON, Walter John.   b: 1890 Hatcham      d:
Address: 49 Blinco Road, New England, Peterborough
Working Dates: 1922-25
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: In the 1921 Census, Walter was at the above address with his wife, Florence Naomi, and three children. He was an out of work grinder - engineer. The two local directory entries, details below, listing him as a photographer mark a change of career path, which perhaps only lasted for a few years. In the 1939 register Walter's occupation had reverted to precision grinder - an engineer.
References: The Peterborough Directory 1922, 1925

Name:  LAZARD, Nigel   b:       d:
Working Dates: ?. 1980-
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: Mentioned in Cambridge Evening News 21 Jan 1991 as photographer and Director with Dumbletons, having been with the firm for 10 years.
References: Cambridge Evening News 21 Jan 1991

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Photographers are listed alphabetically by surname on the following pages.

0 - 9 | Aa-Ak | Al-Ao | Ap-As | At-Az | Ba-Bak | Bal-Bam | Ban-Bd | Be-Bh | Bi-Bk | Bl-Bn | Bo-Bp | Br-Bt | Bu-Bz | Ca-Ck | Cl-Cn | Coa-Cor | Cos-Cz | Da-Dh | Di-Dq | Dr-Dz | Ea-Ec | Ed-Ez | Fa-Fh | Fi-Fz | Ga-Gd | Ge-Gq | Gr-Gz | Ha-Hd | He-Hh | Hi-Hn | Ho-Hz | Ia-Iz | Ja-Je | Jf-Jz | Ka-Kz | La-Ld | Le-Ln | Lo-Lz | Maa-Mad | Mae-Mar | Mas-Mb | Mc-Mi | Mj-Mz | Na-Nh | Ni-Nn | No-Nz | Oa-Oz | Pa-Pb | Pc-Ph | Pi-Po | Pr-Pz | Qa-Qz | Ra-Rd | Re-Rh | Ri-Rz | Sa-Sb | Sc-Sf | Sg-Sk | Sla-Slz | Sma-Ss | Sta-Std | Ste-Sth | Sti-Sy | Ta-Te | Tf-Ti | Tj-Tz | Ua-Uz | Va-Vz | Wa-We | Wf-Wh | Wi-Wz | XYZ


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