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The New Inn

ca. 1845 (photographed)
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Salted paper print from calotype negative
Brief Description
'The New Inn', salted paper print from calotype negative, Calvert Richard Jones, ca.1845
Object history
Educated at Oxford and a mathematician, musician, painter and parson, Calvert Richard Jones was introduced to photography by a cousin of Talbot. In 1845 he travelled to Malta and Italy, returning with a collection of photographs. He sold his prints through Talbot and continued to make photographs whilst travelling. He was also one of the first members of the Photographic Society of London.
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record createdAugust 4, 2003
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