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Photographic print of the arrival of guests at Preston Manor c1910. The photograph shows Charles and Ellen Thomas-Stanford standing in the doorway at the top of the entrance stairs at Preston Manor. The chauffer's temporarily stand or sit next to the driv
Large photographic transparency from a print copy of a painting of Vere Fane Benett-Stanford by Arthur Elsley, 1888. The original is at Heath House, Tisbury. The painting shows Vere standing beside his horse accompanied by three pet dogs. The transparency
Photographic transparency from print of a painting of Ellen Benett-Stanford and her son John Benett-Stanford, possibly by artist Louise Romer, 1875. The original is at Pythouse. This large transparency is with eight small transparencies and has three phot
Large photographic transparency from photographic print copy of painting of Vere Benett-Stanford by Emily Way, 1894. It was painted shortly before Vere's death in Madeira on 8 May 1894. The photograph is courtesy of Sir Henry Rumbold, the original paintin
This is a photographic print copy of Charles Thomas-Stanford. Signed in pencil below the print is the photographer?s name, Kent Lacey. The print is stamped on the back with Kent Lacey Studio Ltd, Photographers, 135 Western Rd, Brighton.
Photographic transparency of an oil-on-canvas painting of Captain George Varnham Macdonald in military dress, c1856. In 1854 Captain Macdonald married Eleanor Montague Morris, widow of William Stanford. Captain Macdonald had held a commission in the 19th
Photograph of Charles Thomas-Stanford possibly at a presentation in his honour at Brighton Town Hall. Thomas-Stanford sits with the Mayor at the formal dinner c1910. The photograph is mounted on card with the photographer's name Reeves, Lewes, stamped in
c1910 This is a photograph of Charles Thomas-Stanford addressing a banquet possibly at Brighton Town Hall c1910. The photograph is mounted on card with the photographer's name Reeves, Lewes, stamped in the bottom right hand corner.
c1892 This is a photograph of Ellen Montagu Macdonald (1824-1903) probably in the drawing doom at Preston Manor c1892. She is standing by an armchair holding a Book of Dates. Eleanor's pet dog sits in the armchair looking attentively at its mistress. Eleanor is
1872 This photograph shows the Maters of Highgate School. The photograph is dated 1872. Charles Thomas attended Highgate School, and would have been aged 14 or 15 at this time. The photograph is mounted on card.