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File:Early Colour image of thatched house now identified as Corhampton, Hampshire. Paget Colour process (4938685858).jpg

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The second image in this batch of 12, this one being an alternative view of the house/farmhouse featured in the previous image in my photostream.

These images have now been identified as being made using the Paget Colour process (as used by Frank Hurley in Antarctica) and will therefore date to around 1910-1920 or so.

Source Early Colour image of thatched house now identified as Corhampton, Hampshire. Paget Colour process
Author whatsthatpicture from Hanwell, London, UK
Camera location50° 58′ 45.25″ N, 1° 07′ 56.51″ W Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earthinfo


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