Item 2017.010.12.002 - Portrait of George Buckland

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Portrait of George Buckland

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2017.010.12.002

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  • [between 1876 and 1877] (Creation)
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    Fradelle, Albert Eugene
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    London (UK)

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1 photograph : cabinet card ; 14.5 x 10.5 cm (image), 16.5x 10.7 cm (mount)

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(1840-1884)

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Albert Eugene Fradelle was a London photographer and portrait painter, born in St. Marylebone in 1840, he married Susannah M. Clerkenwell and had three sons and one daughter. He ran several studios throughout his career: 19 Langham Place, Regent Street, Westminster, Aka Portland Bazaar, (1864 -1868); 230 Regent Street, Westminster, successors to Fradelle & Marshall (1876 - 1877); 62 Cheapside, City of London (1878 - 1879); Municipal & County Portrait Gallery, Succeeded by Brown, Barnes & Bell (opened November 1879); 246 Regent Street, Westminster 1878 - October 1884. Fradelle was a member of the Royal Photographic Society from 1870 onward.
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Item is a cabinet cart portrait of three children, photographed at H.A. Huber studio in Berlin Ontario.

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Collected by Wilhelm E. Nassau and donated to the Ryerson University Library and Archives by Wilfrid Laurier University in 2011.

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From the Wilhelm E. Nassau/Wilfrid Laurier University donation, accession number 2011.018. Moved to the Historical Photographic Processes Collection in 2017.

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