B 174583

Two photograph albums (unnumbered) … packages of photographs

[mauve album] Jessop (made in China) c.50 photographs of details on a Castle building possibly Enniskillen Co. Fermanagh

Photograph showing an elevation of Castle Balfour [Lisnaskea, Co. Fermanagh]

Envelope … contains negatives of photographs for Enniskillen and Lisnaskea 01/12/2003

… green Jessop photo album

Photographs of a painting showing a planter gothic church spire and a three storey residence by the side of a river with the building reflected on the water

Envelope containing negatives … numbered prints … top front of the envelope. Four of these have been converted into slides

Two more envelopes containing negatives one endorsed ‘Walter Baumann photographs’ [of Enniskillen].

Two further envelopes containing negatives including photographs of chalices and a baptismal font. These photographs by Walter Baumann of Enniskillen

Photographs of a house interior showing the painting referred to above

Four photographs of a portrait of a man

All of this volume probably relates to Enniskillen since Portora College is featured … also the Sheelin is probably on the outskirts of Enniskillen

Jessops were photograph printers based in Londonderry

Six envelopes and containers of photographs, mostly with negatives but without explanatory captions. One container has the Boots Special Memories photographs including some of a personal nature

There is a group photograph to mark the occasion of the publication of the Armagh essay volume by Geography Publications probably in 2001. The photograph includes the Lady Mayoress in the centre of the front row along with Sean Farran [SDLP politician] Roger Weatherup and Catherine McCullagh both of Armagh, Co. Museum. Willie Nolan and Bill Crawford are in the back row along with R.J.H.

One envelope contains coloured prints of an elaborate monument of Cole and Preston families possibly from a church in London 1624. It is in the style of the Hansard family memorial in Lifford or the Chichester family memorial in Carrickfergus … family photographs