Cheap Tin Trade, by Audrey Linkman,
|Birmingham||50B New Street||No record|
|Bristol||15 Clare Street||No record|
|(American Gem & Victorian Ferrotype Co.)|
|London||153 Fleet Street||1880-84|
|272 Regent Circus (Street)||1880-83|
|Wolverhampton||53 Queen Street|
Richard Parker Estabrooke, manager of the Company, is also listed in London directories as follows:
158 Fleet Street EC, 1877
153 Fleet Street EC, 1879-90
In 1877 Richard Estabrooke of 153 Fleet Street and John Baker, 34 Grays Inn Road, were charged with selling obscene photographs and of conspiring with each other to sell the pictures. They were described as wholesale dealers who supplied the trade. Talk in the studio, The Photographic News, Vol. 21 no. 985 (20 July 1877), p.348.
|Bristol||66 Wine Street (Corner of High Street and Wine Street)||1882|
|Glasgow||37 Jamaica Street||No record. See notes|
|57 Jamaica Street|
|Liverpoo||l Pembroke Chambers, Parker Street||No record|
|25 London Road||See notes|
|London||Alexandra Palace||No record. See notes|
|Manchester||Wilton Chambers, Market Street|
|(35 Market Street)||1881|
|Newcastle on-Tyne||41 Grainger Street||No record. See notes|
James Whyte, photographer, was listed at 37 Jamaica Street, Glasgow from 1884 -.
A gem in the possession of Mike Jacob lists the following addresses: 15 Parker Street, Liverpool and at the Alexandra Palace, London. In manuscript on reverse: 20th May 1880 N. McConnockie with compts.
J Forrest occupied 41 Grainger Street, Newcastle from 1871-1877.
J Dickinson is listed at 41 Grainger Street, Newcastle from 1883-1887, 43 Grainger Street from 1889-1896, 41 Grainger Street in 1897.
JAMES FREDERICK LOWRIE
Queen's Corner, Corporation St
(35, New Street)
|Edinburgh||65 Prince's Street|
|Glasgow||10 Jamaica Street||No record. See notes|
|Liverpool||103 Bold Street||1881|
|London||83 Fleet Street||1878-85|
|184 Fleet Street||1880-81|
David Downie was listed at 10 Jamaica Street, Glasgow from 1861-77
Charles Turnbull (& Sons - 1865) was listed at 10 Jamaica Street from 1857-1920s
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