Item 2008. - Fourth Staff Course - Clare College, Cambridge - Group portrait

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Fourth Staff Course - Clare College, Cambridge - Group portrait

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  • 18 Oct. 1916 (Creation)

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1 photograph : 21 x 27.5 cm on 36 x 45.5 cardboard mat (photograph glued to mat)

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Acidic stains are visible on mat

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  • English

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STEARN & Son(s)

72 Bridge Street, Cambridge

Brunswick Terrace, Cambridge

KC1908, KC1912, SC1916/17, SC1919/20

Listed as ‘& Son’ 1895-1901, and ‘& Sons’ 1908-1919/20. All entries appear to refer to the firm of Thomas Stearn, below.

STEARN, Thomas

72 Bridge Street, Cambridge

KC1869, HC1873, SC1874, SC1878, KC1879, SC1881, KC1883, SC1884, SC1891, KC1892, KC1896, KC1900, KC1904

SC1874 lists ‘Thomas Stearn junior’; SC1891 lists ‘Thomas Stearne & Son’; KC1892-1904 lists ‘Thomas Stearn & Sons’. There also seems to have been an earlier Thomas Stearne who went unrecorded by trade directories. According to Reeve, all Bridge Street entries refer to Thomas Stearn junior, while Thomas senior had, at so

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Group portrait of the fourth staff course, Clare College, Cambridge, England. Individuals are seated in a courtyard outside a college building; identification is provided on the bottome of the matting. Photographer is Stearn & Sons.

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