Photographic negatives



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  • A negative image is an inversion of a positive, normal image, in which light areas appear dark and dark areas appear light, and, for colour, red areas appear as cyan and blue appears as yellow, etc.

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Photographic negatives

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Photographic negatives

  • UF Negatives

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Photographic negatives

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Compiled by Mary Margaretta Fisk (née Eaton). Each page measures approimately 283 mm 224 mm. Contains, inter alia, a pencil drawing of John Gurney, father of Elizabeth Fry, by Amelia Opie, undated [1830s-1840s]; untitled poem, copied and signed b...


Photographs of Ruth Eaton and members of the Kingston family.


Contains documents added to the collection after the death of Frederic Eaton.

Ordnance Survey Minor Control Point Albums

  • P/OS
  • Fonds

These include photographs, some drawings, landowners' consents and other papers relating to O.S. minor control points. They date from the 1940s onwards and there is a separate series of photographic negatives. The numbers are those of the pub...

Ordnance Survey; 1791-; national mapping agency; UK

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