Directory of Early Photographers in Cambridgeshire, P - R
Described in HC1873 as ‘photographic artist, sugar boiler & town crier’.
Located by Heathcote at 32 New Square, Cambridge, in 1850.
PUGH, William Pugh
SC1884 elaborates: ‘21 St James' Street, Newmarket Road’.
REAM, Brown &
REAM, Mrs Lilian
Lilian Ream established her own studio in 1909 and practised successfully for many years. (For an account of her career, see Studio note: Lilian Ream.) The firm bearing her name continued with commercial work after the studio side of the business had dwindled. When the business closed in 1971, a collection of some 100,000 negatives was preserved. This first passed into the archives of the Cambridgeshire Libraries & Information Service and subsequently into the care of the Lilian Ream Trust. See also 96 Lynn Road and Borough Studio.
RIGNALL, John William
RIGNALL, Starr &
See also Rignell, below.
RIGNELL, E S Ball (Starr & Rignell)
An apparently temporary sharing or taking over of a studio. See E S Ball and Rignell, above.
Listed as ‘druggist & photographer’.
ROBBINS, Sharman, Tom Emmett &
RUTTER, Charles William
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