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Henry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection

Photography company active 1860-1922

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Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Donnington Castle c. 1900 CC97_02672

Donnington Castle c. 1900 CC97_02672
DONNINGTON CASTLE, Newbury, Berkshire. The Great Gatehouse, a three storey building with two round towers projected from the main body of the castle

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Hammersmith Bridge CC73_00254

Hammersmith Bridge CC73_00254
HAMMERSMITH BRIDGE, Barnes, Greater London. This decorative suspension bridge is seen here from the riverbank. It was built in 1887, designed by Sir Joseph Bazalgette

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Highclere Castle CC72_01054

Highclere Castle CC72_01054
HIGHCLERE CASTLE, Highclere, Hampshire. The exterior of the largest mansion in Hampshire from the north-east. An Elizabethan-style remodelling of an earlier classical mansion by Sir Charles Barry in

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Magdalen College, Oxford CC50_00213

Magdalen College, Oxford CC50_00213
MAGDALEN COLLEGE, Oxford, Oxfordshire. The 15th century Bell Tower taken from the botanic gardens in the snow. Late 19th / early 20th century. Henry Taunt

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Bargate, Southampton CC39_00472

Bargate, Southampton CC39_00472
BARGATE, Southampton, Hampshire. Exterior view looking south through the medieval gatehouse at the northern entrance to the town. Workmen pose with their cart in front of the gate

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Burford Mop Fair CC57_00428

Burford Mop Fair CC57_00428
BURFORD, Oxfordshire. A view of the High Street during the Hiring Fair (Mop Fair) with stalls set out. Photographed in 1895 by Henry Taunt

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Queens College, Oxford CC51_00352

Queens College, Oxford CC51_00352
QUEENs COLLEGE, Oxford, Oxfordshire. A 1903 view looking west along the south arcade of the front quad with parked bicycles belonging to members of the college

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Workman Bridge, Evesham CC56_01122

Workman Bridge, Evesham CC56_01122
WORKMAN BRIDGE, Evesham, Worcestershire. A view of the Bridge built in 1866 leading into the town from Bengeworth. Showing the River Avon

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Meeting at a country gate CC73_01502

Meeting at a country gate CC73_01502
MICKLETON, Gloucestershire. A couple posing by a gate with the spire of St Lawrences Church and surrounding countryside in the background. Photographed by Henry Taunt (active 1860-1922)

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Hart Street, Henley CC73_00184

Hart Street, Henley CC73_00184
HENLEY-ON-THAMES, Oxfordshire. View of St Marys Church, looking down Hart Street towards the distinctive flint and stone chequer patterned church tower with polygonal angle buttresses

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Fish wharf at Billingsgate Market CC72_01834

Fish wharf at Billingsgate Market CC72_01834
BILLINGSGATE MARKET, Lower Thames Street, City of London. Looking from London Bridge down the Thames with the Tower of London in the distance

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Richmond Bridge AL0488_066_02

Richmond Bridge AL0488_066_02
RICHMOND BRIDGE, Richmond upon Thames, London. Richmond Bridge was built between 1774-7 by James Paine and Kenton Couse. It was widened in 1937-9. Photographed by Henry Taunt between 1860 and 1887

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Amersham CC74_00121

Amersham CC74_00121
AMERSHAM, Buckinghamshire. A view of the town, lying in the valley of the Misbourne, showing the tower of St Marys Church

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Marlow Bridge CC73_00773

Marlow Bridge CC73_00773
MARLOW BRIDGE, Marlow, Buckinghamshire. Looking along the suspension bridge over the River Thames, which was built in 1829-31. The spire of All Saints Church is in the background

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Didcot Junction in 1904 CC97_02192

Didcot Junction in 1904 CC97_02192
DIDCOT, Oxfordshire. Looking from the east at a signal box towards the junction station, with an engine approaching and a line of carriages to the right

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Marlow regatta CC73_00666

Marlow regatta CC73_00666
MARLOW, Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. A view of the river filled with small row boats and houseboats during the regatta held annually between at least 1855 and 2001 on the River Thames

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Long Hanborough Station Master BB69_05293

Long Hanborough Station Master BB69_05293
LONG HANBOROUGH RAILWAY STATION, West Oxfordshire. The Station Master and a guard standing on the platform of the small station, with a railway bridge visible in the background

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Putney New Bridge CC63_00030

Putney New Bridge CC63_00030
PUTNEY NEW BRIDGE, Putney, Greater London. The new five span bridge of 1882-6 designed by Sir Joseph Bazalgette to replace the 26 span wooden bridge of 1727-9, busy with people and carriages

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: The Library at St. Johns College, Oxford CC50_00824

The Library at St. Johns College, Oxford CC50_00824
LIBRARY, ST JOHNs COLLEGE, Oxford, Oxfordshire. The interior of the old library in Canterbury Quad, built in 1596-1601, showing rows of bookcases leading up to the large window at the east end

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Abel Beesley, University Waterman in 1901 CC71_00075

Abel Beesley, University Waterman in 1901 CC71_00075
FISHER ROW, Oxford, Oxfordshire. The waterman Abel Beesley on his punt full of bundles of rushes with old Pacey Bridge in the background. Photographed by Henry Taunt in 1901

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Marmalade factory, Oxford CC66_00389

Marmalade factory, Oxford CC66_00389
Male and female workers at Coopers Marmalade Factory, Oxford, Oxfordshire. Henry Taunt 1902

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Flooded street CC73_00433

Flooded street CC73_00433
Lake Street, New Hinksey, Oxford, Oxfordshire. Looking down the street during a flood with people standing outside their houses and two carts making their way down the road

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Arlington Row, Bibury CC72_00992

Arlington Row, Bibury CC72_00992
ARLINGTON ROW, Bibury, Gloucestershire. Looking up the well-known row of Cotswold stone cottages on the river Coln. These were converted into dwellings in the early 17th century from a monastic

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Denton village CC73_01156

Denton village CC73_01156
DENTON, Oxfordshire. A picturesque village scene, showing a pony trap with riders underneath a large old tree. There are cottages in the background. Photographed by Henry Taunt (active 1860 - 1922)

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Little Stoke Ferry CC72_01022

Little Stoke Ferry CC72_01022
CHOLSEY, Oxfordshire. The low flat ferry boat awaits the corn wagons that used to cross the River Thames at this point. There is also a passenger ferry moored alongside to transport people between

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Windsor Castle CC41_00056

Windsor Castle CC41_00056
WINDSOR CASTLE, Berkshire. View from the junction of High Street and Peascod Street looking along Castle Hill with the statue of Queen Victoria in the foreground

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Cirencester Market Place CC57_00055

Cirencester Market Place CC57_00055
CIRENCESTER, Gloucestershire. Looking down the market place from the parish church of the capital of the Cotswolds. Showing the north side shop fronts with their awnings out over the pavement

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: The Fyfield Elm CC73_00468

The Fyfield Elm CC73_00468
FYFIELD, Oxfordshire. Looking towards the Elm tree immortalised in Matthew Arnolds poem The Scholar-Gypsy, first published in 1853, in the line To dance around the Fyfield elm in May

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: The Temple, Henley CC72_00233

The Temple, Henley CC72_00233
HENLEY-ON-THAMES, Oxfordshire. A view of the River Thames showing the Regatta course, with the temple on Temple Island in the distance

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Putney Old Bridge CC41_00090

Putney Old Bridge CC41_00090
PUTNEY OLD BRIDGE, Putney, Greater London. Exterior view of the old timber bridge looking across river from Putney. This bridge, rebuilt in stone in 1884-6 was once a notorious place for duels

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Hammersmith Bridge CC63_00026

Hammersmith Bridge CC63_00026
HAMMERSMITH BRIDGE, Hammersmith, Greater London. The bridge built by Sir Joseph Bazalgette in 1883-7, taken from the south, with elephantine ornament in the foregound

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Goddard House, Shellingford, Oxfordshire BB97_11879

Goddard House, Shellingford, Oxfordshire BB97_11879
Goddard House, Shellingford, Oxfordshire with the inhabitants standing outside in the vegetable garden. Photographed by Frederick Ault. Date range: 1860 - 1914. Part of the Henry Taunt collection

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Foundrymen of James Hews Ironmongers CC97_02752

Foundrymen of James Hews Ironmongers CC97_02752
King Street, Maidenhead, Berkshire. The foundrymen of James Hews the Ironmonger s, standing in the yard of their work premises with various iron pipes in the background. Photographed by Henry Taunt

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Carousel ride CC49_00528

Carousel ride CC49_00528
St Giles Fair, Oxford. A crowd of people gathered around a carousel ride in St Giles during the annual fair, held at the beginning of September. Photographed by Henry Taunt in 1895

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Hampton Court Bridge in 1875 CC73_00446

Hampton Court Bridge in 1875 CC73_00446
HAMPTON COURT BRIDGE, Richmond Upon Thames, London. Looking toward the third bridge over the Thames at the site, designed by E.T. Murray, built between 1864 and 1866

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Morris Men BB76_04939

Morris Men BB76_04939
Headington Quarry Morris Dancers outside the Chequers public house, Headington, Oxfordshire. It was a meeting between this group

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Henley regatta in 1897 CC71_00067

Henley regatta in 1897 CC71_00067
Taking tea at the Henley Regatta, Oxfordshire. A group of men and women take tea on a college barge overlooking the Henley Royal Regatta

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Waylands Smithy CC97_02141

Waylands Smithy CC97_02141
WAYLANDS SMITHY, Ashbury, Oxfordshire. The neolithic chambered long barrow, taken from the west, with a lady and gentleman sitting on the stones by the entrance

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Windsor Castle CC72_02426

Windsor Castle CC72_02426
WINDSOR CASTLE, Berkshire. A view of the castle from above Romney Lock. Although William the Conqueror had a castle on this site

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Waiting for the Rails Head Ferry, Isleworth CC72_02178

Waiting for the Rails Head Ferry, Isleworth CC72_02178
NAZARETH HOUSE, Isleworth, Hounslow, London. The buildings of the convent of the Sisters of Nazareth, rebuilt on the site of Isleworth House by Edward Blore in 1832

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Kitchen, New College, Oxford, 1901 CC49_00204

Kitchen, New College, Oxford, 1901 CC49_00204
NEW COLLEGE, Oxford, Oxfordshire. Cooks at work in the college kitchens. The men are preparing joints of meat and a spit of chickens is leaning against the wall, ready to be roasted

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: George Inn, Botley CC97_02370

George Inn, Botley CC97_02370
GEORGE INN, Botley, Oxfordshire. View from Seacourt Stream showing a group outside the George Inn in 1892. Henry Taunt

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Newbury Jubilee Clock CC97_02767

Newbury Jubilee Clock CC97_02767
NEWBURY, Berkshire. The clock that commemorates the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria (1887) stands at the three-way junction of the London and Bath roads in the town

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Maidenhead Railway Bridge CC97_02735

Maidenhead Railway Bridge CC97_02735
MAIDENHEAD, Berkshire. A view of the graceful arches of Brunels famous bridge as they cross the River Thames, seen here from the Berkshire riverbank

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Waterwheel CC72_00963

Waterwheel CC72_00963
OLD MILL, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire. An exterior view showing the waterwheel at work. There are four watermills in Chipping Campden on the sites of medieval mills mentioned in the Domesday

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: The Burford Bus CC57_00488

The Burford Bus CC57_00488
BURFORD, Oxfordshire. A horse drawn bus " The Burford Bus" with passengers standing outside the Bull Hotel. Photographed by Henry Taunt (active 1860 - 1922)

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Blenheim Palace CC49_00027

Blenheim Palace CC49_00027
BLENHEIM PALACE, Woodstock, Oxfordshire. Looking along the south front of the 18th century palace from the west, showing the central portico supported on columns and the lawn in the foreground

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Collection: Cirencester Holy Trinity CC57_00068

Cirencester Holy Trinity CC57_00068
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, Cirencester, Gloucestershire. The church exterior from the north-west. Made from Forest Marble and with a stone roof



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