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Henry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection (#2)

Photography company active 1860-1922

163 Photographic Prints

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print 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

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print 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) Photographic Print 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) Photographic Print Collection: Horse-drawn trams, Oxford c. 1905 CC73_01178

Horse-drawn trams, Oxford c. 1905 CC73_01178
HIGH STREET, Oxford, Oxfordshire. Two horse-drawn trams passing in the street with advertising panels attached to the roofs

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Kirtlington Park CC56_00913

Kirtlington Park CC56_00913
KIRTLINGTON PARK, Kirtlington, Oxfordshire. Exterior view of handsome palladian house built for Sir James Dashwood in 1742-6 taken from the south east. Photographed by Henry Taunt

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Faringdon Cattle Market CC97_02236

Faringdon Cattle Market CC97_02236
MARKET PLACE, Faringdon, Oxfordshire. The cattle market underway, with the Salutation Inn to one side and the churchyard to the other. Faringdon was granted a market in 1218

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print 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) Photographic Print 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) Photographic Print 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) Photographic Print Collection: Temple Church CC41_00041

Temple Church CC41_00041
TEMPLE CHURCH, Temple, City of London. Interior view looking east down the nave, showing the beautiful vaulted ceiling and stained glass windows. Photographed by Henry Taunt between 1860 - 1922

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print 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) Photographic Print Collection: Beating the Bounds CC72_02365

Beating the Bounds CC72_02365
Beating the Bounds, Longwall Street, Oxford. Boys scramble for coins at Longwall during the annual ceremony of beating the bounds, which reinforces knowledge of the parish boundary

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: The Bull Ring, Cirencester CC57_00043

The Bull Ring, Cirencester CC57_00043
CIRENCESTER ROMAN AMPHITHEATRE, Gloucestershire. The bull ring is the local name for the towns roman amphitheatre, which as Corinium was one of the most important roman towns in the country lying

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Children playing in a pond in 1914 CC71_00076

Children playing in a pond in 1914 CC71_00076
BARRACKS LANE, Cowley, Oxford, Oxfordshire. Children playing in the sheep-washing pool on a hot summers day. Photographed by Henry Taunt in 1914

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print 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) Photographic Print Collection: Lambeth Suspension Bridge CC73_00496

Lambeth Suspension Bridge CC73_00496
LAMBETH SUSPENSION BRIDGE, London. The bridge was constructed across the River Thames in 1861-2. In the foreground a crane unloads bricks from a barge onto a horse drawn cart

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print 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) Photographic Print 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) Photographic Print Collection: Rustic cottage CC73_01239

Rustic cottage CC73_01239
Rustic cottage, Nuneham Park, Nuneham Courtenay, Oxfordshire. The thatched cottage, situated in the park grounds, was created for the first Earl Harcourt by the landscape architect, Capability Brown

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Fishermen, Falmouth Pier CC56_00752

Fishermen, Falmouth Pier CC56_00752
FALMOUTH PIER, Cornwall. View of fishermen unloading their catches with boats moored in the background. Edwardian era photograph by Henry Taunt

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Tea in the garden CC50_00694

Tea in the garden CC50_00694
Four female students taking tea in the grounds of Somerville College, Oxford, Oxfordshire. The tea party was an important part of college social life in the Late Victorian period. Henry Taunt 1895

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print 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) Photographic Print 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) Photographic Print 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) Photographic Print 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) Photographic Print Collection: Uffington, Oxfordshire BB97_11909

Uffington, Oxfordshire BB97_11909
Uffington, Oxfordshire. A family group standing outside their cottage. In the background is the frame for a lifting canal bridge

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Shakespeare Monument, Holy Trinity Church CC72_02029

Shakespeare Monument, Holy Trinity Church CC72_02029
Shakespeare Monument, Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire. The monument, erected by Gerard Johnson, is a frontal bust of the bard, who died in 1616, with an inscription below

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Eton College Chapel CC41_00071

Eton College Chapel CC41_00071
ETON COLLEGE, Eton, Berkshire. Interior view of the chapel looking east towards the altar and beautiful stained glass window. The choirstalls in the foreground are very ornately carved

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Reading Abbey CC97_02829

Reading Abbey CC97_02829
READING ABBEY, Reading Abbey, Berkshire. The ruins of the entrance to the east cloister looking south. The Abbey was founded by King Henry I in 1121

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Whiteknights Park CC97_02824

Whiteknights Park CC97_02824
WHITEKNIGHTS PARK, Reading, Berkshire. A landscape view in the park showing the ornamental bridge over the lake. The house can be seen in the background. Photographed in 1890by Henry Taunt

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Kennet towpath CC97_02774

Kennet towpath CC97_02774
GREENHAM, Newbury, Berkshire. Looking east from beyond the wharf along the Kennet towpath, with a man passing through the gate ahead. Photographed in 1890 by Henry Taunt

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print 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) Photographic Print Collection: Maidenhead Bridge CC97_02744

Maidenhead Bridge CC97_02744
MAIDENHEAD BRIDGE, Maidenhead, Berkshire. The north aspect of the bridge seen from the Buckinghamshire bank, with a small party of girls walking along the riverside path

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Ray Mill Cottage, River Thames CC97_02743

Ray Mill Cottage, River Thames CC97_02743
RAY MILL COTTAGE, Maidenhead, Berkshire. The River Thames between Ray Mills and Boulters Lock from below on a quiet day. The area is one of the most beautiful on the Thames

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print 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) Photographic Print Collection: Eel traps CC76_00240

Eel traps CC76_00240
BRAY, Berkshire. A small weir with a channel made from branches with nine eel bucks attached. These bucks, made from woven willow

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print 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) Photographic Print Collection: Old weir CC73_00646

Old weir CC73_00646
OLD WEIR, Hurley, Berkshire. An old wooden weir on the river Thames. The mechanism on the top of the weir may be to control the flow of water through the weir or to raise eel pots attatched to

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Aldworth lychgate CC72_01073

Aldworth lychgate CC72_01073
ST MARYS CHURCH, Aldworth, Berkshire. Looking towards the church which is visible through the trees with a woman passing through the lychgate in the foreground. Photographed in 1895 by Henry Taunt

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Yew tree at Aldworth CC72_01070

Yew tree at Aldworth CC72_01070
ALDWORTH, Berkshire. The old yew tree in the churchyard, which is at least 1, 000 years old. It was uprooted by a storm in 1976. A part of the old root still survives and had produced new growth

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Bray Church CC72_00608

Bray Church CC72_00608
St MICHAELs CHURCH, Bray, Berkshire. The church interior looking east showing the early 14th century arcades and Victorian chancel arch

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: St Marys Church, Amersham CC74_00125

St Marys Church, Amersham CC74_00125
ST MARYS CHURCH, Amersham, Buckinghamshire. The interior of the church, originally dating to the 13th century, looking east down the aisled nave towards the chancel

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: River Road CC73_00200

River Road CC73_00200
CLIVEDEN, Taplow, Buckinghamshire. Looking along the small wooded track that runs along the bank of the River Thames. Photographed in 1883 by Henry Taunt

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Barrow CC73_00066

Barrow CC73_00066
BARROW NEAR BOURTON ON THE WATER, Gloucestershire. A tree-covered round barrow sitting on a hill, surrounded by a dry stone wall. Photographed by Henry Taunt (active 1860-1922)

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Ruins of Campden House CC72_00974

Ruins of Campden House CC72_00974
CAMPDEN HOUSE, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire. The remains of the house of 1612, destroyed in 1645. It is an important fragment of Sir Baptist Hicks magnificent Flemish-baroque mansion of fine

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print 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) Photographic Print Collection: Bibury CC72_00847

Bibury CC72_00847
BIBURY, Gloucestershire. Looking along the river towards the stone bridge beside Arlington Row. The Cotswold village of Bibury was described as the most beautiful village in England by William

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Travelling performers CC71_00073

Travelling performers CC71_00073
TAPLOW, Buckinghamshire. Looking down a street in the village with two travelling punchinellos or performers, one with a monkey companion and the other a one man band



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