Directory of Early Photographers in Suffolk - T - V
TAYLOR, Arthur Thomas
Recorded as 'Taylor & Sons' in TC1901.
David Gobbitt reports that Edward Adolphus Tear was born in India in 1862, moved to London in the mid-70s, and was recorded by the 1881 census as a photographer, aged 18, in Wimbledon. By 1901 Tear's main home seems to have been in West London, where he had a studio at 42 High Street, Notting Hill Gate. He died in 1925.
The Ipswich studio - formerly occupied by George Beales (q.v.) - appears, in later years, to have been run by managers. The business bearing Tear's name continued for some years after his death; during the Second World War it was located at 2 The Walk and was run by Arthur Leslie White (q.v.).
THREDDER, William J
KS1879 omits ‘Kirkley’.
TRUEMAN, Clement R
TRUEMAN, Henry P
TULLETT, E J
UNITED Services Studios Limited
An early 20th century chain of studios. Though no Suffolk branch has been found in trade directories, a photographic mount of c1908 refers to a studio at 22a Westgate Street, Ipswich.
Vick went into business at the end of 1868, when he bought out William Cobb (q.v.). The two addresses appear to refer to the same studio, which, according to Malster, was on Barrack Corner, at the junction of London Road and Clarkson Street. SI1881 specifies ‘corner of Clarkson Street’.
The Suffolk Record Office at Ipswich holds a collection of Vick’s glass plate negatives and documents relating to his studio, but these are unfortunately not available for inspection. Other photographic holdings at the record office do, however, include some photographs by Vick, and details of these can be found on The National Archives' 'Access to Archives' website. (See also separate studio note.)
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