Shrimpton's Oxford Caricatures

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Colin Harris
2018



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Shrimpton's Oxford Caricatures

1868-1901

Abstract:
Photographic reproductions of original caricatures of Oxford University life, published by Thomas Shrimpton & Son, 1868-1901.

Extent: 15 Linear metres, 7 physical shelfmarks
Language(s) of Material: English

Full range of shelfmarks:

G.A. Oxon. 4o 412-18

Biographical History

The 7 albums of photographic reproductions of Shrimpton & Son's 'Oxford Caricatures' were the personal property of Falconer Madan (1851-1935), Sub-Librarian at the Bodleian Library, then 'Bodley's Librarian', 1912-19. Thomas Shrimpton (1806-85) and his son Alfred Thomas Shrimpton (1840-1900) were publishers at 23-4 Broad St., Oxford, 1852-1900).

Scope and Content

Thomas Shrimpton & Son published and sold photographic reproductions of commissioned or submitted original caricatures from their premises at 23-4 Broad St., Oxford, from 1868-1901, their shop window display seemingly being their only advertising strategy, there being no evidence of them ever having produced a catalogue or list. The subject matter includes many aspects of University life, notably University and religious personalities, and the trials and tribulations of undergraduate life, plus sports and pastimes. Other subjects frequently covered are ritualism, politics, aestheticism , 'town and gown' confrontations and women, especially allusions to their becoming full members of the University. The caricatures were essentially produced for undergraduates and mainly by undergraduates. Some of the images and allusions are very personal and sometimes unforgiving and cruel. The caricatures or cartoons are invariably humorous, witty and inventive, covering local (University), as well as, national events; many display learned quotations from classical authors or poets, and towards the end of the publishing period, quotations from contemporary plays and Gilbert & Sullivan operettas appear. The names of the caricaturists are given if identifiable.Throughout the publishing history distinct series were produced, notably 'Great Guns of Oxford' (Nos. 1 - [70]) and' Our Public Schools' (Nos.1-27), generally representing an individual in their familiar setting, though always done humorously. The photographic reproductions are mainly in black and white, but there are a few instances where hand colouring has been applied, particularly to images of ritualist priests in their finery. In all there are 1214 images [with minor inaccuracies with foliating the last leaf is recorded as as '1224'], with a few appearing as duplicates. The 7 albums would appear to represent the complete set of caricatures published. This set, together with the one in the John Johnson Collection described under 'Related material', are the only known 'complete sets'. Every attempt has been made to identify individuals (500+), locations and events. Where appropriate, contextual notes have been added and quotations cited. The locations of the (few known) surviving, original caricatures are provided within the catalogue description. Titles in the albums given in ink below caricatures [generally given in square brackets] are those provided by Shrimpton & Son (ex. info. Madan). The albums benefit from additional annotations, notably by George Rodney Scott ('GRS'), Fellow and Dean of Merton College, who was not only a member of the University resident throughout much of the publishing history of the 'Caricatures', but appeared in them himself. In his later years he became an 'extra member of staff' of the Bodleian Library engaged in indexing prints.

Acquisition

Purchased from Falconer Madan, 19 Feb. 1921.

Custodial History

A personal set of albums collected by Falconer Madan.

Preferred Form of Citation

Oxford, Bodleian Library [followed by shelfmark and folio or page reference, e.g. G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 1].

Related Material

A duplicate set of 7 albums is held in the John Johnson Collection as 'Oxford Caricatures Boxes 1-7'. The arrangement is largely the same as Madan's set, but more precise in the chronological issue of the prints. There is some evidence to suggest that this set is the one orginally held by Thomas Shrimpton and Son, the publisher's, judging by Madan's description of the set which he borrowed in April 1884 and compared with his own set (see G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, notes pasted into Vol. 1). The JJ albums are arranged accordingly: Album 1, items 1-191; Album 2, items 192-374; Album 3, items 375-565; Album 4, items 566-764; Album 5, items 765-960; Album 6, items 961-1160; Album 7 items 1161- [91]. The item numbers are those assigned to the John Johnson prints and in most cases differ slightly from the Madan numbers. The John Johnson numbers are regarded as the 'official' item numbers; they are cited at the end of the online catalogue description in square brackets. The John Johnson Collection also holds two further duplicates of Vol. 1 (items 1-191), as Albums 8-9, each having internal indexes (Album 9 to item 115 only), Album 9, being a squarer volume, seemingly little used and hence very well preserved with clean images. Albums 8-9 would be appear to be from two different, former owners. Original caricatures (from which the photographic reproductions were made) are notably held at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 33, MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78 and MS. Eng. a. 2033. The online catalogue records a few more original caricatures held in public institutions.

Personal name(s) (NCA Rules)

Madan | Falconer | 1851-1935 | Bodley's Librarian, palaeographer and bibliographer
Shrimpton | Alfred Thomas | 1840- 1900 | book seller and publisher
Shrimpton | Thomas | 1806-1885 | book seller and publisher

Corporate name(s) (NCA Rules)

Thomas Shrimpton & Son. book seller and publisher.

Subject(s)

19th century
20th century
Caricature
Oxford
Photographs
University of Oxford

Descriptive List

Shrimpton caricatures Volume 1
Date: 1868 - c.1876
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 volume

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Photograph of Illicit process of the major, etc. [14 sketches of social diversions. cf. syllogistic fallacies (logic); titled copy, 'Comic Logic', at fol. 307] [John Johnson 297] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. i
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 160X135 mm

Photograph of [O.]U.A.C. [T]he Steeple Chase [JJ versions = Don's Steeple Chase or Don's Race'] [Oxford University Athletics Club: Mark Pattison of Lincoln College, Edward Hawkins of Oriel College, Robert Bullock Marsham of Merton College, Charles Williams of Jesus College and Philip Wynter of St. John's College, jumping into stream; orig. = MS. Top. Oxon. a 78, fol.17] [John Johnson 1] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1868]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 1
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 185X140 mm

Photograph of Essays and reviews. An old but, short and easy way of dealing with Heretics [JJ versions = The Heretics or Dr. Temple Burning] [John William Burgon, Frederick Temple and George Anthony Denison burning at the stake in Broad St. outside Balliol College. cf. Essays and reviews published in 1860] [John Johnson 2] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1869]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 2
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 185X140 mm

Photograph of How many Graces are there? [The Three Graces: Edward Mills Grace, William Gilbert Grace, George Frederick Grace, famous cricketing brothers; line drawing; full length] [John Johnson 3] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1868]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 3
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 175X115 mm

Photograph of [A game of croquet, including Edward Hartopp Cradock, Principal of Brasenose College] [John Johnson 4] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1868]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 4
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 180X118 mm

Photograph of The 'Great' St. Alban's comet of 1869 [Thomas Chamberlain, Vicar of St. Thomas and Richard Meux Benson, Vicar of Cowley St. John, in roundels, with others gazing skywards to the head of Alexander Heriot Mackonochie of Wadham College and Perpetual Curate of St. Alban the Martyr, Holborn, in a roundel, given the name of the 'St. Alban's Martyr' following his prosecution (1867) and banning from preaching (1869) on account of his ritualistic practices, with a smaller roundel of Samuel Wilberforce, Bishop of Oxford. cf. discovery of a comet by M. Tempel, Vienna, 11 Oct. 1869] [John Johnson 5] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1869
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 5
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 195X135 mm

Photograph of What would Lord Shaftesbury [Anthony Ashley-Cooper] and Dr. [Edward Bouverie] Pusey say if Dr. Temple… were seen spinning down Parliament -street ...on a velocipede - see Daily Telegraph, 20 Nov.1869 [Frederick Temple, Bishop of Exeter, cycling] [John Johnson 6] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1869
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 6
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 150X128 mm

Photograph of Ulysees venit 'veloci'- pede. Euripdes: Hecuba, 216 [The Ugly head [i.e. emperor's head] in front of the Sheldonian Theatre, cycling; female cyclist behind; both wearing classical armour] [John Johnson 7] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1869]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 7
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 160X137 mm

Photograph of Ho! - heasy a minute [JJ versions = The Lincoln Guy] [Thomas Fowler, Sub-Rector of Lincoln College and Rev. Washbourne West carrying the candidate, Mark Pattison on a chair] [John Johnson 8] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1869]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 8
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 157X118 mm

Photograph of 'Castles in the air'. [John Wordsworth, Fellow of Brasenose College, looking through telescope to 'United Christendom' - Samuel Wilberforce, Bishop of Oxford and Edward Bouverie Pusey, Regius Professor of Hebrew, on either side] [John Johnson 9] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1869]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 9
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 168X110 mm

Photograph of Keble eight coached by the Warden Hon. Talbot [actually 3 hooded rowers with Edward Stuart Talbot, Warden of Keble College, standing in cox's position] [John Johnson 10] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1869]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 10
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 170X102 mm

Photograph of Proctorship made easy. 'Oblige us with name and college Sir' [Walter Francis Short, Junior Proctor of New College and Charles Lee Wingfield, Senior Proctor of All Souls College, cycling in High Street; full length profiles; bulldogs behind] [John Johnson 11] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1869]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 11
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 185X120 mm

Photograph of Horrors of the Schools [undergraduates being tortured by dons in crypt-like surroundings] as they appeared to the excited imagination of Jones after his ‘plough’.] [John Johnson 12] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 12
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 164X110 mm

Photograph of 'Ploughing'. An agreeable process, first invented and always appreciated at Oxford [Henry Fanshawe Tozer, Fellow of Exeter College, leading ox and plough with James Edwin Thorold Rogers of Magdalen Hall wearing a smock, holding whip aloft] [John Johnson 13] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 13
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 150X115 mm

Photograph of What an Ass might see hidden from its Rider [JJ versions = 'Disendowment'] [Samuel Wilberforce sitting on an obstinate ass wearing spectacles, with weight of '39 Art[icles]' chained to its ankle and bible tied with a bow to its tail; angel-like figure brandishing sword of 'disestablishment' in background. cf disestablishment of the Church of Ireland, 1 Jan. 1871] [John Johnson 14] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 14
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 170X97 mm

Photograph of Consulting the Bird of Wisdom (stuffed) on a Waytey matter (very rare). De cunctis consule cunctando [Samuel William Wayte, President of Trinity College, as an owl on the outstretched right-hand palm of a goddess figure with 'crown' of the Radcliffe Camera; Trinity College Chapel in background]. [marginal note: 'An undergraduate is reported to have been punished for calling Dr. Wayte a 'stuffed owl', when he met him in the Quad speechless with indignation at some peccadillo'. G.R.S., 1921] [John Johnson 15] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 15
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 111X175 mm

Photograph of Oxford bewitched: Under the Spell of Salisbury [Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil, Chancellor of Oxford University, as a witch on broom flying above the University skyline; orig. = MS.Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 18, where signed and dated 15.11.70] [John Johnson 16] by C. Pereira; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Nov. 1870
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fo'. 16
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X170 mm

Photograph of Anglican Confessional . A Priest having his 'soul horrified' by the confessions of a penitent, aged 17, fresh from school.[Richard Meux Benson, Vicar of Cowley St. John, with kneeling woman] [JJ versions add Mabel Gray as the woman] [John Johnson 17] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 17
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 117X180 mm

Photograph of The Undergraduate's Vision [undergraduate in check trousers, smoking jacket and hat, reclining on a sofa, smoking, blowing clouds depicting social gatherings, sports, cycling, fighting, bills, etc] [John Johnson 18] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1870
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 18
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 132X155 mm

Photograph of Serious Young Man [wearing soft, narrow-brimmed clerical hat, with umbrella and bag] (who has just arrived) 'This is the way to Keble College, I presume'. Jocular Graduate (who has just left a wine party) 'All right only don’t both of you go in at once and frighten them all' [John Johnson 19] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 19
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 127X160 mm

Photograph of The Undergraduate's Dream after a little party not by Thos. Campbell. [undergraduate slumped in armchair with visions above of someone being crowned and of Bacchanalian revelry, with bottle and glasses, and pipe smouldering on upturned mortar board on floor. Note: (?) allusion to Thomas Campbell, poet] [John Johnson 20] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 20
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X172 mm

Photograph of University Arms [mock University coat of arms with dons as supporters on either side; with humorous, heraldic description below] Aprilis 1o MDCCLII] [John Johnson 21] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 21
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 124X158 mm

Photograph of The 'Cat' Street apparition. As seen by a 'beastly Cad' !!! [Richard Michell, Principal of Magdalen Hall [later Hertford College], with bottle as body; grinning, oafish young townsperson with bare feet looking on; Hertford College, Catte St., in background] [John Johnson 22] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 22
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X172 mm

Photograph of Old Stagers' returning in the Old Style after a day of the right sort together [John Obadiah Westwood, Head of Corporations (? James Hughes), Richard Lynch Cotton, James Edwin Thorold Rogers, Benjamin Jowett, John Ruskin, Benjamin Parsons Symons, John Fielder Mackarness, Samuel Wilberforce, William Thomson, John William Burgon, Evan Evans, Charles Williams, Henry George Liddell, Mark Pattison, William Charles Salter, Frederick Bulley and Richard Michell aboard stagecoach speeding out of Turl St. into Broad St. with Balliol College in background] [John Johnson 23] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 23
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 190X142 mm

Photograph of Simple Division or Logic a La Mode [Alfred Plummer, Fellow of Trinity College, sitting on a throne with mace in right hand; male figure on left brandishing cutlass inscribed with 'Collection', with Kant, Hamilton and Mansell on his body and right leg ; to his right a male (Aristotle) in classical clothes, balancing 2 undergraduates in left hand. Those two people behave like Babies (Concept). [Therefore] They are Babies (Judgement Logical). [Therefore] They must be treated like Babies (Inference) N.B. The habitual Treatment of babies is (as is well known) to Divide Them. Note: allusion also to the Judgement of Solomon] [John Johnson 24] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 24
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 186X113

Photograph of Inquisitio Viva Face or torchured (sic) alive. He was now requested to ascend the Tripos, barefoot beneath which there yawned an unfathomable Gulf [The Horrors of the Schools: Cambridge undergraduate leaping over three-legged cauldron, being heated]. Grotesque History of (de)Grees by the author of the Comic History of England. Cambridge, A.D. 3999] [John Johnson 25] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 25
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 173X115 mm

Photograph of [The New Undergrad with John Keble, in women's clothes: ' An please my good gentleman will you examine me boy?…' and James Edwin Thorold Rogers with flail aloft inscribed with the words 'Alma Mater' and 'Statutes': ' No! The Statutes are against it, besides you are only a ''Gipsey and liable to wander anywhere'' Get out!!'. Note: possibly an illusion to Matthew Arnold's poem 'The Scholar Gipsy' (1853) ] [JJ versions = 'The Keble Gipsy'] [John Johnson 26] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 26
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 180X115 mm

Photograph of Steeple-chase. The winner of the 'Skimmery Stakes' [Drummond Percy Chase, Principal of St. Mary's Hall, riding a horse. Note: 'Skimmery' = St. Mary's Hall as referred to in Cuthbert Bede's The Adventures of Mr Verdant Green; cf. Skimmery Hall Lane, Oriel St.] [John Johnson 27] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 27
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 174X118 mm

Photograph of 'Ben', a Favourite old Hunter in the possession of W[adham] College [horse with the head of Benjamin Parsons Symons, Warden of Wadham College] [John Johnson 28] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 28
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 129X153 mm

Photograph of The Good Time Coming. Jupiter and his Satellites. [Goldwin Smith, Fellow of University College, as Jupiter, with James Edwin Thorold Rogers of Magdalen Hall and Alderman James Hughes below on either side of a mock Great Western Railway coat of arms, with the words, 'Peace', 'Plenty' and 'Progress' as the motto] [John Johnson 29] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 29
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 118X167 mm

Photograph of Semper Erectus - Semper Constans. Our New V--e C-------r the Head of Ch Ch., And his attendant 'Beetle': [Henry George Liddell, Dean of Christ Church and Vice-Chancellor, standing in profile with beetle-like man (his beadle), with Tom Tower in background] [John Johnson 30] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 30
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 124X178 mm

Photograph of O.U.R.V.C [Oxford University Rifle Volunteer Corps marching] - A Fact Anxious Captain of No. 1 Company 'Are we marching by our left, or by our right, Sir?'. Bewildered Colonel [JJ = 'Colonel Bowyer', presumably Henry Atkins-Bowyer] 'Pon my soul, I don't know. You must ask the Adjutant'. Note: previously published in The Harlequin, 3 Nov. 1866] [John Johnson 31] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 31
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 148X115

Photograph of Ladye and Gentleman of ye Period. Ye same two as seen afar of (sic), ye difficulty is to tell whych is whych, ye gentleman having the petticoats. Ye have petty-coat [man and woman wearing similar petticoats] [John Johnson 32] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1871
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 32
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 171X137 mm

Photograph of A rare specimen of the Cotton- u Worcester-iensis (not to be found) in the Botanic Gardens Oxford [Richard Lynch Cotton, Provost of Worcester College: head within 3 blooms] [John Johnson 33] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 33
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X177 mm

Photograph of The Princess & the Dragon - O for a St. George! [crowned, kneeling princess, chained behind her back to rock with the words ‘[E]cclesia [A]nglicana’; winged dragon in background with the word ‘State’ on its back] [John Johnson 34] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 34
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 119X169 mm

Photograph of Est genus ferarum qui 'Tauricanes' appellantur. Hi sunt ferocitate paullo infra ‘Procaratores’. De Gal. VI: XXVIII [(?) Henry Lewis Thompson, Junior Proctor of Christ Church, with bulldogs chasing undergraduate; 2 women disappearing in the distance. Note: translation = bulldogs are slightly less savage than proctors] [John Johnson 35] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 35
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 192X128 mm

Photograph of Let every Soul be Subject unto the Higher Powers. For the Orgistrate Beareth not the Sword In Pain’ [Benjamin Jowett, Master of Balliol College, wearing clerical attire, standing in front of altar. Note: Quotation and misquotation from Romans 13 [JJ versions = 'Jowett in Canonicals'] [John Johnson 36] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 36
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 155X150 mm

Photograph of It has pleased Providence that I shall be stout’ said William. ‘Yes rejoined Mark, but it has not pleased the other Monitors’ [Otto von Bismarck with Wilhelm I, the Emperor of Germany, seated at 3-legged stool, with tankards. cf The Fight at Dame Europa's School by Henry William Pullen, illustrated by Thomas Nast, 1871] [John Johnson 37] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 37
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 151X112 mm

Photograph of Girl of the Period [young woman with ‘towering’ hairstyle and fancy costume, including extreme bustle] [John Johnson 38] by C. Pereira; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 14 Apr.1871
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 38
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X185 mm

Photograph of A Scene in Commemoration Week – 'Men keeping it up before going down' [Benjamin Parsons Symons, John Prideaux Lightfoot, Richard Lynch Cotton, Richard Michell, Charles Williams, William Jackson, Henry George Liddell, James Norris, Philip Wynter and Mark Pattison drinking and smoking at a large table, with Benjamin Jowett and John Ruskin in the background] [John Johnson 39] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 39
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 190X128 mm

Photograph of Disreputable result of living much in 'Quod' (query 'Quad'? Ch Ch) [Henry George Liddell, Dean of Christ Church, wearing tradesman’s clothes, smoking pipe, leaning against lamp post] [John Johnson 40] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 40
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 135X152 mm

Photograph of 'Cotton Stich' (query 'Stitching'?) [Richard Lynch Cotton, Provost of Worcester College, seated at table with sewing machine] [John Johnson 41] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 41
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X155 mm

Photograph of A Scene in the Sheldonian (presently) 'When College Dons shall these bold antics play, Light-foot and steady eye will win the day' [John Prideaux Lightfoot, Rector of Exeter College, tightrope walking] [John Johnson 42] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 42
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X199 mm

Photograph of The 'Vice' – 'He’s as tight as a Robin, not a screw loose anywhere, Sir' [according to] Oxford Guide [Henry George Liddell, Vice-Chancellor, in a vice holding a bottle of 'Old Tom' and doffing his mortar board] [John Johnson 43] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 43
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 135X141 mm

Photograph of 'St. Michel Terrassant le démon' (slightly altered from Raphael) [Richard Michell, Principal of Magdalen Hall, as St. Michael slaying dragon, with tail full of images of drinking vessels, with spear labelled 'Maudlin Hall'] [John Johnson 44] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 44
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X160 mm

Photograph of Oxford Critics. Intelligent Butcher’s Boy: 'Bill! What’s he as goes there?' Intelligent Baker’s Boy 'Dont know'. Well he’s a Purfessor of the Fine Arts. He says our Dons can’t draw' … he’ll change his mind when he sees them a drawing their salaries [John Ruskin in academic dress, standing in Beaumont St., boys talking behind him] [John Johnson 45] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 45
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 134X144 mm

Photograph of Race for the Head of the River R-ss-ll (coxswain of St Stephen’s boat), D-sr-li (coxswain of second boat) [in letterpress] [John Bright, William Ewart Gladstone, Edward Henry Stanley, Lord John Russell and Benjamin Disraeli rowing. Note: previously published in The Harlequin 19 May 1866] [John Johnson 46] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 46
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 166X123 mm

Photograph of Ye Pur Blinde Justice [JJ versions ='Pembroke Justice'] [blindfolded, classically-dressed woman in front of Pembroke College gateway, holding scales alluding to Robert George Livingstone's election of fellows of Pembroke]; in the lower scale ‘One Dense Wit’, in the higher, ‘Is Worth Many Rare Ones'. cf. The Harlequin, 5 May 1866] [John Johnson 47] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 47
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X177 mm

Photographs of Smalls under various aspects. I Paperwork; II Viva Voce, III Finale [undergraduates in various stages of exams: 10 (6 and 4) sketches in 2 prints with letterpress. cf. The Harlequin, 10 Mar. and 5 May 1866] [John Johnson 48-9] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fols. 48-9
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 110X178, 122X158 mm

Photograph of The P-----s and their 'Pro’s' en route to the Sheldonian at the 'Encaenia' as it would have been preferred by their friends the Undergrads of 1871 [4 undergraduates carrying effigies of masked proctors aloft on billiard cues. one of which bears the word 'Veto'] [John Johnson 50] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1871
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 50
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 172X122 mm

Photograph of Light Weight' (Wayte)!! [Samuel William Wayte, President of Trinity College: head on the top of a weight balanced with (the heavier weight of) Trinity College Chapel] [John Johnson 51] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 51
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 145X119 mm

Photograph of 'Medica manus'. Panacea- Two Tablespoonfuls to be taken every Five Minutes in Dubiis [Frederick Symonds, surgeon and University Coroner, head on top of medicine bottle] [John Johnson 52] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 52
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X150 mm

Photograph of Rivals of the Harmonomaniacs [Benjamin Parsons Symons, Richard Lynch Cotton, Richard Michell, James Norris, John Prideaux Lightfoot, Robert Bullock Marsham, James Edwards Sewell, Benjamin Jowett and Mark Pattison as musicians. Note: The 'Harmonomaniacs' gave concerts in Oxford. cf. Oxford Undergraduate's' Journal, Feb. 23, 1870, p. 541] [John Johnson 53] by F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 53
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 187X128 mm

Photograph of A scene before the battle of Dorking [Mark Pattison, Rector of Lincoln College, as member of the Oxford University Rifle Volunteer Corps receiving gun from his wife] [John Johnson 54] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 54
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X148 mm

Photograph of Alma Mater [2 images of undergraduates at play - women wearing mortar board taking centrepiece in each image] [John Johnson 55-56] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fols. 55-6
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X185, 125X180 mm

Photograph of Battle of Dorking. The University Eight. [Oxford University Rifle Volunteer Corps - Francis or Frank Henry Hall of Corpus Christi College, Capt. William Frederick Foxcroft Jones, late adjutant and others] [JJ version = 'The University Crew of 1871 at the Battle of Dorking'] [John Johnson 57] by F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 57
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 187X129 mm

Photograph of Wayte-ing' [Samuel William Wayte, President of Trinity College, sitting on top of horse-drawn hearse in the form of Trinity College Chapel] [John Johnson 58] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 58
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item

Photograph of The Martyrdom of Saint Benjamin [Benjamin Jowett, Master of Balliol College, tied up; Arthur Penrhyn Stanley and Richard Bethell (Lord Westbury) hovering above with crowns, with Edward Bouverie Pusey and Edward Stuart Talbot of Keble College below with bows and arrows pointed at him] [John Johnson 59] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 59
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X285 mm

Photograph of Oxford Black Brunswicker [Edward Moore, Principal of St. Edmund Hall and Senior Proctor, with fashionable woman in bar; dogs with collars respectively labelled 'Harvey' and 'Wells', presumably his beadles; Black Brunswickers were a military unit in the Naploeonic Wars, Brunswick black was a varnish] [John Johnson 60] by. C Pereira; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 4 November 1871
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 60
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X183 mm

Photograph of Seansational Fours entering the Gut [competing pair of coxed fours with Robert Bullock Marsham (standing) , Monier Monier-Williams, Edward Hawkins, Richard Michell, Drummond Percy Chase, Friedrich Max Müller (standing), James Norris, John Phillips, James Edwin Thorold Rogers and John Matthias Wilson] [John Johnson 61] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 61
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 182X135 mm

Photograph of [On the ice] [JJ versions = 'Dons skating'; includes extra identifications]; 'Francis Knyvett Leighton, Benjamin Jowett, John Prideaux Lightfoot, Edward Hawkins, James Norris, William Jackson, Monier Monier-Williams and James Edwin Thorold Rogers skating] [John Johnson 62] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 62
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 195X79 mm

Photograph of Dr. Liddell, as Vice-Chancellor shutting up the Sheldonian [Theatre] on account of the Undergraduate rows. On a notice board: 'May be used for Quakers Meeting. Apply to the D--n' [JJ versions = 'Dean with rod' and 'Pickles'] [Henry George Liddell, Vice-Chancellor, holding a birch rod with the words 'Pickle' on it, surrounded by jeering undergraduates. cf. Oxford Undergraduate's Journal, Jun. 8, 1870, p. 775)] [John Johnson 63] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 63
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 200X135 mm

Photograph of Birds of prey [William Ewart Gladstone, Granville George Leveson-Gower (Earl Glanville), George Joachim Goschen, Robert Lowe (Visct. Sherbrooke), and Edward, Lord Cardwell, as birds carrying endowments above the University] [John Johnson 64] by F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 64

Extent: 1 item

Photograph of The 'Commem[oration]', A.D. 1872. Under new regulations and patronage ... in Ebenezer Chapel; .'Active Police in attendance'. [crowds; in the balcony two men with forks, one with a (?) a long cane; elderly man asleep in foreground] [John Johnson 65] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1872
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 65
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 164X155 mm

Photograph of Art, faith and philosophy. [John Ruskin and Benjamin Jowett either side of 'The Temple of Truth'].[John Johnson 66] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 66
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 118X175 mm

Photograph of Lars Porsenna [towel-headed undergraduate indocrinated by Charles James Coverly Price (mathematics), Fellow of Exeter College, Henry Joseph Turrell (classics) and Robert Gandell (divinity). Note Lars Porsenna was a poem by Godfrey John Webb aka Alfred Blomfield, Bishop of Colchester, originally published in 1855 and subsequently republished by Thomas Shrimpton & Son in the early 1870s; a humorous poem about Adolphus Smalls, an undergraduate of Boniface aka Oxford University] [John Johnson 67] by F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 67
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 200X141 mm

Photograph of Lars Porsenna 2 [undergraduates drinking in college room] [John Johnson 68] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 68
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 203X140 mm

Photograph of The celebrated 'ot 'apenny trick' [JJ versions - 'The Penny Trick'; dons playing game, one with hot halfpennies on shovel] [John Johnson 69] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 69
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 175X130 mm

Photograph of Your Names and Colleges Ladies. 'Pretty were the sight, if our old halls could change their sex...' [JJ versions ='The Lady Proctor'] [academic-gowned woman with bulldog in tow, doffing mortar board to two fashionable ladies in High St. cf. Tennyson's poem 'The Princess', 1847] [John Johnson 70] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 70
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 138X187 mm

Photograph of Brown says 'This is the style, by Jove'. ..Where are the Proctors? [JJ versions = 'The Style'] [2 images: man and woman on stile, with his arm around her; man on stile alone] [John Johnson 71] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 71
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 117X194 mm

Photograph of Music [and] poetry [2 images: undergraduate playing trumpet seated on window sill; below undergraduate with finger in his ears] [John Johnson 72] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 72
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X185 mm

Photograph of The Orginal Grecian Bend [female student in Catte St., wearing fashionable bustle and mortar board, with a copy of Homer under her arm. cf. fashion trend of late 1860s, called the 'Grecian Bend'] [John Johnson 73] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 73
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X183 mm

Photograph of Take care she is fooling thee [Mgr. Thomas John Capel wearing Catholic vestments, sitting on knee of undergraduate; with quotation from 'Merlin and Vivien' in Idylls of the King by Tennyson] [John Johnson 74] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: February 1872
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 74
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 113X185 mm

Photograph of Passenger by 'Church of England Express'...'Barnabas Junction', Change here for Rome [Montague Noel, Thomas John Capel, Clement Harington Moore, John Henry Newman and Henry Edward Manning; St. Barnabas Church in backround] [John Johnson 75] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 75
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 137X165 mm

Photograph of Hullo Fred! Going in for smalls old fellow?' [JJ versions = 'Smalls'] [undergraduate in tailor's shop being shown knee length breeches; Note: smalls = exams] [John Johnson 76] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 76
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X136 mm

Photograph of This is the undergraduate who was found 'very deep' in a book. We presume it was 'Locke on the human understanding' [two images: undergraduate beneath huge book; lock and key balanced on upturned foot] [John Johnson 77] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 77
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 138X163 mm

Photograph of New Co-operative Stores [JJ versions = 'Pembroke Stores'] [Robert George Livingstone, Evan Evans, Bartholomew Price, all of Pembroke College, advertising wares to undergraduates. cf .Co-operative Wholesale Society (CWS), 1863; College in background] [John Johnson 78] by F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 78
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 185X137 mm

Photograph of How we treat non smokers [2 images: blowing smoke into room via keyhole and the result] [duplicate at fol. 418] [John Johnson 79] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 79
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 103X180 mm

Photograph of The Oxford 'Don Juan' [undergraduate with arm around fashionable woman on riverbank with Proctor [unidentified, but likely to be either Thomas Douglas Page, Senior Proctor of Pembroke College or William Walrond Jackson, Junior Proctor of Exeter College] looking down disapprovingly from bridge on River Isis nr. Iffley Lock] [John Johnson 80] by F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 80
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 185X 148 mm

Photograph of 'Vanity Fair': end of Summer Term. Show Sunday, Broad Walk [Christ Church] [(?) Benjamin Parsons Symons, William Ewart Gladstone, Robert Bullock Marsham, Richard Lynch Cotton, John Prideaux Lightfoot, Benjamin Jowett, Francis Knyvett Leighton, Benjamin Disraeli and Samuel Wilberforce] [John Johnson 81] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 81
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 195X130 mm

Photograph of Ancients preparing to give battle to the moderns. [Edward, Lord Cardwell on horse, Samuel William Wayte, Francis Knyvett Leighton, Robert Bullock Marsham, Richard Lynch Cotton and William Jackson in Roman attire, with Leighton in chariot; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 19] [John Johnson 82] by F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 82
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 206X111 mm

Photograph of London lawyer v. Oxford tradesman (a fact). [off licence with lawyer and tradesmen negotiating, with undergraduate, the lawyer's son, in background] [John Johnson 83] by F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 83
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 202X159 mm

Photograph of Going down for the 'Vac' [scene in High St., in front of Queen's College with undergraduates, fashionable women, tradesfolk and cabs] [John Johnson 84] by F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 84
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 182X146 mm

Photograph of Ghost of Cardinal Wolsey surveying the improvements (?) at Christ Church,. Subject for the Newdigate [appearing in clouds over fountain in Tom Quad. cf Newdigate Prize Poem] [John Johnson 85] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1873
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 85
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 204X152 mm

Photograph of During St. Giles Fair 'The Rivals' will be performed. Cheap Jack [ritualists] [Clement Harington Moore & Montagu Noel of St. Barnabas. cf. 'The Rivals', a comedy by Richard Brinsley Sheridan] [John Johnson 86] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1872
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 86
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 185X130 mm

Photograph of Varsity Coal Co. [Richard Michell, Principal of Magdalen Hall and Charles Williams, Principal of Jesus College as coal merchants, with Robert Bullock Marsham, Warden of Merton College, riding a horse in (?) Merton St.;] [John Johnson 87] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 87
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 207X136 mm

Photograph of The Bridge of Sighs [Henry Edward Manning as a spider and John Patrick Crichton-Stuart, Clement Harington Moore, Thomas John Capel, John Henry Newman, Archibald Cambell Tait and Anthony Ashley-Cooper as moths in imaginary web between St. Paul's Cathedral and St. Barnabas Church, with Samuel Wilberforce and Montague Noel as moths flying above] [John Johnson 88] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 88
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 202x126 mm

Photograph of Town and gown at Mitre Hotel [High St.] [brawl outside hotel between undergraduates and townsfolk, with Charles James Coverly Price, Fellow of Exeter College, Bartholomew Price and Robert George Livingstone, both of Pembroke College; Hotel Proprietor of the time, Mrs. Sarah Jane Venables, widow] [John Johnson 89] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 89
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item

Photograph of Fragment of an Early Fresco discovered near Stonehenge [Col. William Edward Sackville-West on horse with Oxford University Rifle Volunteer Corps on manoevres on Salisbury Plains. Note: the enemy running away] [John Johnson 90] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: September 1872
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 90
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 202X117 mm

Photograph of Darwin's Study on Emotions.[undergraduates playing football with Evan Evans of Pembroke College & James Edwards Sewell of New College, Richard Meux Benson and Frederick Symonds tending to unconscious player, Charles William Lloyd Bulpett of Trinity College, a Rugby Blue (1872) with Charles Robert Darwin as smoking monkey on goal crossbar. cf. Darwin's The expression of emotions in man and animals, 1872. Marginal note: Football became a common sport in Oxford c.1874. G.R.S.] [John Johnson 91] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 91
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 212X135 mm

Photograph of In the boxing ring. [JJ versions = 'Cloudy' or 'Clouded' Christianity] John William Burgon and Arthur Penrhyn Stanley boxing in Clarendon Quad, with Sheldonian Theatre in the backround: Edward Meyrick Goulburn, Frederick Temple, Thomas Henry Huxley and Mark Pattison looking on. Note: Burgon and Goulburn protested at the appointment of Stanley as a Select Preacher in 1872] [John Johnson 92] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Dec. 1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 92
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 212X136 mm

Photograph of Members of the Archaeological Society inspecting the Curiosities in the New Museum [John Fielder Mackarness, Edward Stuart Talbot, William Ewart Gladstone, Samuel William Wayte, Robert Lowe, Capt. William Fredrick Foxcroft Jones, Charles Algernon Swinburne and Samuel Wilberforce as exhibits (Talbot and Wilberforce in cases) in the University Museum] [John Johnson 93] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 93
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 207X127 mm

Photograph of The Naughty Boy. M-g-th; 'Now mind, Sir. Next time I'll send you down as well'.[John Richard Magrath and Thomas Francis Dallin, both of Queen's College; Dallin dressed in boy's tunic] [John Johnson 94] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 94
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 135X147 mm

Photograph of [Organ grinder in High St., outside Queen's College, High St.; (?) John Richard Magrath of Queen's College as a costumed monkey on a chair; orig at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 20] [John Johnson 95] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 95
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130Xc.150 mm

Photograph of [Muse and baby] [bewhiskered nanny with bewhiskered baby in pram; sniggering dons in background] [John Johnson 96] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 96
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 133X157 mm

Photograph of Quid Domini facient audent quum talia fures [Mr. Grant (? porter) of Christ Church pushing wheelbarrow close to water's edge; Henry George Liddell, Dean of Christ Church and Vice-Chancellor, James Edwards Sewell,Warden of New College and Charles Sandford of Christ Church in barrow, plus others in basket on his (Grant's) back] [John Johnson 97] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 97
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 185X135 mm

Photograph of Kitchin and Kitchen [George William Kitchin of Christ Church fighting in Tom Quad; Mr. Grant (? porter) being kicked by undergraduate. Quotation from Richard II, Act 1, Sc. 4, p. 4: 80-2. Marginal note: Rev. Kitchin made an effort to reform changes and arrangements of the Christ Church kitchen. G.R.S, 1921. Note 'Bread and Butter Reform' Oxford Undergraduate's Journal, Oct. 28, 1868, p. 321] [John Johnson 98] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 98
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 183X156 mm

Photograph of The Victor Vanquished (God forbid!) [Gladiatorial scene: Thomas Fowler of Lincoln College and Professor of Logic, holding shield with the words Deductive Logic [publ. 1867], looking down on the vanquished, Frank Willan of Exeter College and President of the Oxford University Boat Club (1868) with shield stating Winning Crews 1864-8 and dagger with the initials O. U. B. C.] [John Johnson 99] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [(?) 1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 99
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 133X82 mm

Photograph of Mr. Clarke as Paul Pry. 'I hope I don't intrude' [undergraduate playing at Loo; Richard Frederick Clarke of St. John's College peeping through window. Notes: Paul Pry is a farce written by John Poole and premiered in 1825, continuing to be popular until the early 1870s; Loo or Lanterloo is a 17th cent. card game] [John Johnson 100] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [early 1870s]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 100
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X117 mm

Photograph of Hard Lines - re-rowing [Frederick Symonds, surgeon and University Coroner, taking pulse of rower] [John Johnson 101] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [(?) c. 1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 101
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 90X110 mm

Photograph of Aeneas disturbed by the Harpy [tea party in Quad of Magdalen College New Building]. Note: is the harpy meant to be a proctor?] [John Johnson 102] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [(?) c. 1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 102
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 155X117 mm

Photograph of Circus [JJ versions = 'The Riding School ' or 'The Merton Caricature'] [horse training in college room with (?) William Carr Sidgwick, Fellow of Merton College] [John Johnson 103] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [(?) c. 1872]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 103
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 172X135 mm

Photograph of The Fight at Dame Europa's School [Napoleon III, Emperor (of Austria) Franz Joseph 1 and Otto von Bismark, Chancellor of the German Empire, in garden with gazebo and pond;.cf The Fight at Dame Europa's School by Henry William Pullen, illustrated by Thomas Nast, 1871] [John Johnson 104] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1871
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 105
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 178X145 mm

Photograph of The Royal Grace, Versailles, 1870 [Helmuth Karl Bernard, Graf von Moltke and Otto von Bismark, Chancellor of the German Empire at the dining table saying grace] [John Johnson 105] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Jan. 1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 106
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 177X128 mm

Photograph of The [Fire] Brigade supposed to be doing their duty [11 humorous sketches] [John Johnson 106] by B. B. ;Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 107
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 210X138 mm

Photograph of Ex Luce Lucellum.. registered & published by J. Guggenheim, 56 High Street, Oxford [Robert Lowe of Magdalen College and Chancellor of the Exchequer, prepared for burning at the stake; re William Ewart Gladstone's proposed tax on matches; Edward, Lord Cardwell and Benjamin Disraeli on the side with boys lighting the fire] [John Johnson 107] by F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 108
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 206X145 mm

Photograph of All's well that ends well [Francis Knyvett Leighton, Warden of All Souls and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford, as Henry VIII and Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil, Chancellor of the University of Oxford] [John Johnson 108] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 109
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 140X173 mm

Photograph of The Judgement of Paris. (Oxford, 1868). Paris (Oxonia).[pastoral scene - John Robert Mowbray (Venus), Roundell Palmer (Minerva), William Ewart Gladstone (Juno) and Edward, Lord Cardwell]; sheep 'MAs' in backbround. cf Greek mythology leading to Trojan War] [John Johnson 109] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1868
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 110
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 200X138 mm

Photograph of The Combat [after Landseer - stags fighting] [? John Robert Mowbray as one] [John Johnson 110] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1869
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 111
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 165X148 mm

Photograph of 'Gay Sceptic' [Sceptic and Ritualist] [altar scene with squabbling clerics; Henry Edward Manning, John Henry Newman and John Keble as heads in clouds above them. Quotation from Eccles. VII.10] [John Johnson 111] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 112
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 147X190 mm

Photograph of A-d-s-n contemplating his psuedo-successor [Joseph Addison, Fellow of Magdalen College with unidentified man]; Spectator, June 2, 1868. Note Addison was a co-founder of the Spectator] [John Johnson 112] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1868
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 113
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 182X147 mm

Photograph of Signs of the Times [JJ version 'University Election' or 'Contest'] [Election of the Member of Parliament for Oxford University; struggle between two opposing sides in Broad St. outside Sheldonian over Irish Church cf. Irish Church Act, 1869 which came into force on 1 Jan. 1871: the main protagonists being Mark Pattison, Samuel William Wayte and James Edwards Sewell on the one side and Henry Longueville Mansel and Richard Lynch Cotton on the other] [John Johnson 113] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Nov. 1868]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 114
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 173X147 mm

Photograph of The Shepherd vanquished or Cain and Abel. Wed., May 20, 1868. [victor ( ? Frank Willan) holding oar over vanquished in Brasenose College fountain; orig at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 33, fol. 12v] [John Johnson 114] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1868
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 115
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 134X187 mm

Photograph of The Pensive Greenwich Pensioner or the political 'Tom Bowling' [William Ewart Gladstone with peg leg and one arm, smoking pipe with painting of 'Hardy's victory off Oxford, A.D. 1866' in background. Note: 'Tom Bowling' is a character, a sailor, in Tobias Smollett's Adventures of Roderick Random. Note: (?) an illusion to Gathorne Gathorne-Hardy succeeding Gladstone as M.P. for the University of Oxford] [John Johnson 115] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1868]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 116
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 183X150 mm

Photograph of Reformed Lexicon ... and Reformed Bacon. Alma mater defends her throne [JJ Version = 'Abolition of Tests'] [Henry George Liddell and George William Kitchin. cf Greek-English Lexicon and Bacon's Novum Organum their respective works, possibly also alluding to Kitchin's kitchen reforms at Christ Church] [John Johnson 116] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 117
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 108X157 mm

Photograph of Am I not a man and his brother [John William Burgon, Goldwin Smith, John Prideaux Lightfoot, Charles Haddon Spurgeon, John Conington, Henry Wall and George Butler ? in counsel; Goldwin Smith and Spurgeon and Wall seated next to black man in front row on the left. Note: a reference to Josiah Wedgwood's 1787 medallion inscription as part of the anti-slavery campaign] [John Johnson 117] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1868]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 118
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 158X130 mm

Photograph of The Confessional [John Conington, Corpus Professor of Latin, as woman re (not) speaking in Latin in Convocation - see Oxford Undergraduate's Journal, May 13, 1868, pp.282-3] [John Johnson 118] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1868]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 119
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 190X156 mm

Photograph of 'S.P.G'. (Society for the Protection of Gulls) [3 birds with human heads being fed by don in Tom Quad, Christ Church, with allusion from The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. cf. The Society for the Propogation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts] [John Johnson 119] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 120
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 175X151 mm

Photograph of St. John's Theatricals (Much Ado about Nothing) [Richard Frederick Clarke, as 'Dogberry' and Philp Wynter, both of St. John's College, in theatrical dress outside by window] [John Johnson 120] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 121
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 145X114 mm

Photograph of Lieder ohne Worte [Oxford University musicians as musical instruments (?) Hill, Charles William Corfe, James Taylor, Frederick Arthur Gore Ouseley, John Stanier and a cellist, possibly Henry Deane of St. John's College] [John Johnson 121] by F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 122
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 205X120 mm

Photograph of The Harmonomaniac's Dream. May 1871. [in Sheldonian Theatre; elfin figure slumped on piano; solo flautist = spider; solo violinist seemingly floating; (?) Robert Ewing of St. John's College on left] [John Johnson 122] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1871
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 123
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 202X129 mm

Photograph of If the Cap Fits [Goldwin Smith, Fellow of University College, adjusting cap bearing the words '[so]cial [par]asite' in front of mirror, with Benjamin Disraeli portrait on wall and a map of the United States of America. cf. Disraeli's novel Lothair, 1870. Note: Smith moved to America in 1868] [John Johnson 123] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 124
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 161X139 mm

Photograph of The Relation of Art to Use - The Gurgoyle. The Seven Lamps of Architecture [with] 'Truth' [over an arch]. 'On the relation of art and Religion', Feb. 16, 1870] [John Ruskin as a gargoyle. cf. 'Ruskin's inaugural lecture', Oxford Undergraduate's Journal, Feb. 9, 1870, p. 541. Note: Ruskin published the Seven Lamps in 1849] [John Johnson 124] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1870
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 125
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 129X166 mm

Photograph of The invariable Effect of a Long Sermon... [Richard Lynch Cotton, Provost of Worcester College at lecturn in College Chapel; congregation asleep] [John Johnson 125] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 126
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 150X171 mm

Photograph of Look on this Picture - and on this [dons as artists; two images of Edward Bouverie Pusey, one as an angel, the other as a devil; Tom Tower (Christ Church) in background. Note: an allusion to Hamlet monologue] [John Johnson 126] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 127
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 167X139 mm

Photograph of A riding school under the distinguished patronage of the Sch[oo]l B[oard] [Montagu Burrows, George William Kitchin, Francis Knyvett Leighton, Edward Penrose Hathaway, Thomas Mallam, sometime Mayor of Oxford and John Richard Carr, Mayor, of Oxford on carousel horses. See The Oxford Undergraduate's Journal, No. 78, 9 Feb. 1871, p.[933]] [John Johnson 127] by F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [(?) Feb. 1871]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 128
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 210X145 mm

Photograph of Dons' Race [Heads of Colleges running 'for Oxford University Athletics Club prize': Henry George Liddell, Benjamin Parsons Symons, John Prideaux Lightfoot, Francis Knyvett Leighton, Richard Lynch Cotton, Frederick Charles Plumptre, and Robert Scott] [John Johnson 128] by Le Quin; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1868
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 129
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 200X142 mm

Photograph of For we are Jolly Good Fellows [JJ version = 'Queen's College Dons' [i.e. fellows] [senior members drinking in college; 3 unidentified (Queen's College) men] [John Johnson 129] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1869]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 130
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 141X95 mm

Photograph of [Rowing award: goddess placing laurel wreath on head of seated rower; James Capellan Tinnè of University College, President of the Oxford University Boat Club: winners of the Boat Race, 1869] [John Johnson 130] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1869]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 131
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 135X175 mm

Photograph of Commem. 1869 [honorary degrees to be conferred on Commemoration Day because of noisy undergraduates - nurse and child; Vice-Chancellor, Francis Knyvett Leighton as nurse, undergraduate as naughty child on opposing sides of table in domestic setting] [John Johnson 131] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1869
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 132
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 160X144 mm

Photograph of Strange effect of the discharge of a Ch[rist] Ch[urch] Can(n)on on St. Paul's [Henry Longueville Mansel, Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History and Dean of St. Paul's, 1868, and sometime Bampton Lecturer, exploding above St. Paul's cupola; orig at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 34] [John Johnson 132] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1868]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 133
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 154X195 mm

Photograph of Fashions for February 1869, Le Follet. 'Chief Commissioner of Police'[ Charles Humphrey Cholmeley of Magdalen College, Senior Proctor, with bulldog. Note: Le Follet was an influential Paris fashion-plate magazine] [John Johnson 133] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.

Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 134
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 103X192 mm

Photograph of Oxford à la Coleridge - Study of unattached undergrads. [one with pipe and pickaxe, a dandy smoking a cigarette and another smoking a pipe and reading Kant; in Catte St. with Sheldonian Theatre in background] [John Johnson 134] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1869]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 135
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 181X145 mm

Photograph of Angel Hotel [entrance] 'Facilis descensus Averni' [devilish dons outside; angel with olive twig emerging from window on right; site of new Examination Schools, High St. Note: allusion to Aeneid VI, the descent to the underworld] [John Johnson 135] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1869]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 136
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 147X191 mm

Photograph of On the Grass, March 1868 [James Lee Warner and Peter Goldsmith Medd of University College recumbent on grass. Marginal note: 'Warner said to have been maltreated by undergraduates of the College'. G.R.S., 1921] [John Johnson 136] by Cawl or CAWC; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1868
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 137
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 189X113 mm

Photograph of The (John Stuart) Mill-enniun, [JJ version= 'The Millinium Commemoration' [women in all manner of tradtional male pursuits: as undergraduates, sportswomen, causing a disturbance in the balcony of the Sheldonian Theatre, punching town boy in the eye on Nov. 5, etc., with Tennyson quotation from T'he Princess (prologue'). cf. Mill's The Subjection of Women first published in 1869] [John Johnson 137] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1869]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 138
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 151X179 mm

Photograph of Coriolanus (Goldwin Smith) [Goldwin Smith [JJ version = 'going to America'] [Smith, a Fellow of University College, in robes in a seascape with Francis Knyvett Leighton, Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University and Henry Longueville Mansel, both in tunics looking on. Smith moved to Cornell University in 1868; with Shakespeare quotation from Coriolanus Act. III, Sc. 3, 'You common cry of curs'] [John Johnson 138] by Cawl or CAWC; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1868]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 139
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 185X145 mm

Photograph of Parturiunt montes Mr. K's scheme is an utter failure... [re] lodgings [and] unattached students [George William Kitchin of Christ Church as an old man of the mountain looking down on clammering crowd. Note: allusion to Aesop's Fables 520] [John Johnson 139] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1869]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 140
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 145X190 mm

Photograph of Venus beseeching Jupiter not to let the Greeks have a bump supper] [Richard Frederick Clarke, S.J., of St. John's College as Venus and Philip Wynter, President of St. John's as Jupiter] [John Johnson 140] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1869]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 141
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 142X147 mm

Photograph of Notice this Establishment will be Reopened in January next, 1869 [JJ version = 'Shutting up shop'] [James Edwards Sewell, Warden of New College, boarding up wooden gateway. Marginal note: in Dec. 1868 [actually the 1st] all the New College undergraduates were suddenly sent down, a penalty for the bullying of one of their number. G.R.S., 1921. see also Oxford Undergraduate's Journal, Dec. 10, 1868, pp. 357, 362-3. Note: allusion to Sophocles, 'the place is deserted, nobody lives here'] [John Johnson 141] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Dec. 1868]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 142
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 133X201 mm

Photograph of Order of the Ships A.D. 1868 [Frank Willan of Exeter College as Father Thames/Gulliver figure surrounded by small cherubic, but mainly bewhiskered rowers. viz. Oxford University Boat Club. Notes: Willan rowed in 4 successive Oxford wins in the Boat Race; he was President of O.U.B.C. in 1868; allusion to the Iliad, 'I will list the leaders of the ships'] [John Johnson 143] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1868
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 143
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 205X122 mm

Photograph of Lent Term, 1868 [James Lee Warner, recently elected Fellow of University College, threatening to terminate his Fellowship at a Commom Room meeting with Peter Goldsmith Medd, James Franck Bright, Frederick Charles Plumptre, Master of University College, and (?) Albert Sidney Chavasse] [John Johnson 143] by Cawl or CAWC; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1868
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 144
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 200X125 mm

Photograph of Veto on Holding the Inter-University Sports at Oxford [Francis Knyvett Leighton, Warden of All Souls College and Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University, holding veto in one hand and in the other a scroll questioning the usefulness of sports at Oxford; contrasting images of an undergraduate on the wall. cf Oxford Undergraduate's Journal, Feb. 12, 1868, p. 221, Mar. 16, 1868, pp. 243-4, Mar. 25, 1868, p. 259] [John Johnson 144] by Le Quin; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1868]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 145
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 145X186 mm

Photograph of Past Practices & cumming events [Rev. Dr. John Cumming of Crown Court Church, Covent Garden, a judge and Cummings Jr. in classical tunic. Marginal note: Cumming foretold that the world would end in 1867. [G.R.S.]] [John Johnson 145] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1868]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 146
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 140X141 mm

Photograph of The Keble Eight coxed by the Principal [Henry Parry Liddon as cox, standing, with 4 rowers in Catholic vestments and William Bright on horse in background. Note as Liddon was not a member of Keble College, the head being a 'Warden', this must refer to followers of John Keble] [John Johnson 146] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 147
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 183X99 mm

Photograph of University Intelligence [JJ version = 'The University Stables' [horse racing banter in stables with Henry Longueville Mansel, John Bright, William Ewart Gladstone, Roundell Palmer and John Robert Mowbray viz. Standard Nov. 13] [John Johnson 147] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1868]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 148
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 195X155 mm

Photograph of Suggestion [4 men cycling including (?) Charles Lee Wingfield of All Souls, Senior Proctor, 3 wearing short top hats] [John Johnson 148] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1869]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 149
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 127X167 mm

Photograph of The Critic Act 2, Sc. 1 [William Ewart Gladstone as Leicester, Robert Lowe as Scrivener and John Bright as Master of House in Tudor dress; castle in background. Note: presumably Richard Brinsley Sheridan's satirical play on The Spanish Armada] [John Johnson 149] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 150
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 180X150 mm

Photograph of Cerberus haec ingens latratu regna tripanci. Virgil Aeneid VI. 417 [trio entwined with snakes; Francis Knyvett Leighton, Warden of All Souls College and Vice-Chancellor, with Walter Francis Short, Fellow of New College, Junior Proctor and Charles Lee Wingfield of All Souls College, Senior Proctor on either side] [John Johnson 150] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1869
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 151
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 132X166 mm

Photograph of Our Tutelary Deities - Latest Arrivals [classical statutes of gods and goddesses ((?) in Ashmolean Museum): Walter Francis Short, Fellow of New College, Junior Proctor, as 'Mars'; Charles Lee Wingfield of All Souls, Senior Proctor, as bearded 'Diana' with bulldog] [John Johnson 151] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1869]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 152
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 168X126 mm

Photograph of Ad Majorem Gloriam Dei [over doorway] [JJ version 'Candidates for honours'] [Edward Bouverie Pusey as a Proctor asking new candidate for honours in 'Divinity' whether he is a member of the Established Church. On receiving a negative response, he dismisses him] [John Johnson 152] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1869]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 153
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 150X170 mm

Photograph of Plucked [undergraduate seated in room with head in his left hand, bulldog by his side. Note: plucked = failed exam] [John Johnson 153] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 154
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 129X160 mm

Photograph of The 'Star Chamber' or 'Take away this Bauble' [in ? Convocation House] [Civil War setting and attire: Francis Knyvett Leighton, Warden of All Souls and Vice-Chancellor, as a Cavalier, pointing to mace with devilish head. Note: slight misquotation of Oliver Cromwell dissolving the Rump Parliament in April 1653 and perhaps alluding to John Leech's caricature of this title] [John Johnson 154] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1869]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 155
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 180X147 mm

Photograph of Innocence and 'Vice' or Ignorance v. Knowledge. Genesis. Chap. 1 [Adam and Eve beneath tree with entwining serpent with the head of a Proctor, probably Charles Lee Wingfield of All Souls and head of Francis Knyvett Leighton, Warden of All Souls and Vice-Chancellor, higher up the tree] [John Johnson 155] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1869]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 156
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X178 mm

Photograph of Battle of ye 'Battels' [dons as kitchen utensils, a steak and cheese: Drummond Percy Chase, John William Burgon, Richard Lynch Cotton, Charles James Coverly Price, Richard Michell, Thomas Kelly Cheyne] [John Johnson 156 & 117A] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1869]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 157
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 193X114 mm

Photograph of Through, you Beggar! Scout: Well Sir, if you is you need n't hit any one so hard [undergraduate in boxing stance with scout on ground with jug of water spilling over him] [John Johnson 157] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 158
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 180X124 mm

Photographs of One Mile Race - 'Ten yards from the winning post' and 'Subdued but a Conquerer' [2 views of undergraduates running cf. Reminiscences of Oxford Varsity Life, published by Shrimpton & Son c. 1862] [John Johnson 158-9] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fols. 159-60
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 185X120, 180X120 mm

Photograph of Final Heat [2 rowing images: the start and the finish cf. Reminiscences] [John Johnson 160] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 170
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 180X123 mm

Photograph of Your name and College Gentlemen? [JJ version 'Dog cart'; 'The Tandem' ] [referring to horses and trap and/or the local pub; two undergraduates driving two women, near Kennington, being hailed by Ingram Bywater, Fellow of Exeter and Junior Proctor] [John Johnson 161] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 171
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 203X120 mm

Photograph of The Ritualist Priest and the Ass: a fable [Richard Meux Benson, Vicar of Cowley St. John, founder of the Society of St. John the Evangelist and the 'Cowley Fathers', meeting an ass on the Cowley Road, with church in the background; two fashionable women wearing and holding crosses looking on admiringly. cf. fol. 213] [John Johnson 162] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 172
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 195X123 mm

Photograph of Was this the Original Purpose of the Tunnel [JJ version = Christ Church Tunnel'] [Henry George Liddell and Archdeacon Charles Carr Clerke in a weather house, 'dry and 'wet' respectively. cf. The George Gilbert Scott double-arch entrance to Christ Church Cathedral from Tom Quad] [John Johnson 163] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 173
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 150X190 mm

Photograph of A Drive for Six [game of cricket] cf. Reminiscences] [John Johnson 164] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 174
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 185X140 mm

Photograph of Waiting for the Verdict [game of cricket - near run out. cf. Reminscences] [John Johnson 165] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 175
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 164X121 mm

Photograph of Red's Dead [undergraduates playing and betting on game of billiards cf. Reminiscences] [John Johnson 166] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 176
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 188X120 mm

Photograph of Silent Revenge [game of real tennis, cf. Reminiscences] [John Johnson 167] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 177
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 182X138 mm

Photograph of Gown at Bay [undergraduate squaring up as if to box a gang of townsfolk. cf. Reminiscences] [John Johnson 168] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 178
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 190X131 mm

Photograph of Off! [the start of an undergraduate sack race. cf. Reminiscences] [John Johnson 169] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 179
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 170X128 mm

Photograph of Leaving Cambridge [Oxford University Rifle Volunteer Corps boarding London & North Western Railway carriages, bidding farewell to Cambridge counterparts. cf. Reminiscences] [John Johnson 170] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 180
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 168X133 mm

Photograph of Show Day [undergraduates and fashionable young women in the Broad Walk, Christ Church.cf. Reminiscences] [John Johnson 171] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 181
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 145X119 mm

Photograph of Great Anglo-Roman Contest [Edward Moore, Thomas John Capel, John Henry Newman, Henry Edward Manning, Pope Pius IX in one rowing boat and Alexander Heriot Mackonochie, Montague Noel, John Fielder Mackarness, William Thomson, Archibald Campbell Tail and another alongside; Richard Meux Benson, Samuel Wilberforce and (?) John Purchas in background] [John Johnson 172] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 182
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 203X123 mm

Photograph of Oh! Tis Sweet to think that where're we rove [poem by Thomas Moore; courting couples in graveyard; undergraduate and young woman in foreground; young ritualistic clergymen with women in the background] [John Johnson 173] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 183
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 205X130 mm

Photograph of Intense Excitement. Oh, well rowed, indeed [spectators crowding over bridge following rowing race. cf. Reminiscences.] [John Johnson 174] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 184
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 155X110 mm

Photograph of Notes on Smoking [9 vignettes with cigarettes and pipes, including 2 women.Note: previously published in The Harlequin, 24 Nov. 1866] [John Johnson 175] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 185
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X185 mm

Photograph of Oxford Grand National Steeple Chase for Queen's Plate, Stars, Garters [Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil in the lead, Gathorne Gathorne-Hardy in the brook, Montague Noel about to fall in, followed by Mark Pattison, Robert Bullock Marsham, Frederick Temple, James Edwards Sewell, Richard Lynch Cotton and Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, with William Ewart Gladstone, John Fielder Mackarness placing bets] [John Johnson 176] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1869]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 186
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 207X123 mm

Photograph of Lars Porsenna 3 [undergraduate facing 3 Masters of Divinity at a viva voce: John William Nutt, Fellow of All Souls College, Thomas Leslie Papillon, Fellow of New College, Edwin Palmer, Fellow of Corpus Christi College and Corpus Professor of Latin] [John Johnson 177] by F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 187
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 195X121 mm

Photograph of [Edward Bouverie Pusey walking thoughtfully in Christ Church Tom Quad] [John Johnson 178] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1870]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 188
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 170X135 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 1: A Great P----c.O----r practising for a grand oration [Richard Michell, Principal of Magdalen Hall in the Sheldonian Theatre] [John Johnson 179] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 189
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 134X193 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 2: The latest specimen of Ritualistic Millinery [Luke Rivington of Magdalen College and member of the 'Cowley Fathers', in front of mirror] [John Johnson 180] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 190
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 152X176 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 3: Ye Bishope of ye oldene time [John Fielder Mackarness, Bishop of Oxford, with Christ Church Cathedral in background] [John Johnson 181] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 191
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 135X207 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 4: Low(e) 'doing the High' [Robert Lowe of Magdalen College and Chancellor of the Exchequer walking down High St. opposite University College, with cane in right hand.] [John Johnson 182] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 192
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X192 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 5: A very Select Preacher [Arthur Penrhyn Stanley in High St. with St. Mary's Church in background] [John Johnson 183] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 193
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X198 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 6: Simple Melody [Frederick Arthur Gore Ouseley of Magdalen College and Heather Professor of Music, playing violin in Broad St. with Emperors' Heads and Sheldonian Theatre in background] [John Johnson 184] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 194
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 123X193 mm

Photograph of Truth Versus Nonsense ...Are we unfaithful? Oh, no! [John William Burgon of Worcester College and Vicar of St. Mary's, holding sword of 'truth' in right hand with left hand on the head of (?) Robert James Wilson, Fellow of Merton College, holding sword of 'nonsense' with ritualistic priests as supporters. see Guardian, Oct. 29, 1873] [John Johnson 185] by F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Oct. 1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 195
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 210x145 mm

Photograph of A Good Old Custom Revived [JJ version = 'The men I refuted'] [William Bright about to flog John William Burgon, Vicar of St. Mary's, held on the shoulders of Montague Noel, Vicar of St. Barnabas, with a birch rod inscribed 'Are we unfaithful', with Frederick Temple, Bishop of Exeter, looking through window; also in room, Alfred Millard William Christopher, Vicar of St. Aldate's, Richard Meux Benson, Vicar of Cowley St. John, and Henry Linton, Rector of St. Peter le Bailey; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78. fol. 16] [John Johnson 186] by Vindex.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Oct. 1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 196
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 185X135 mm

Photograph of Sketches from Modern History - Harold Hardreda - Harold the Hard-Reader! [bearded and bespectacled man reading the [printed] Anglo-Saxon chronicle, reclining in armchair wearing Anglo-Saxon clothes] [John Johnson 187] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 197
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 180X125 mm

Photograph of Low Church Minstrels entertaining an enthusiastic audience at the Puritan School 'Penny Readings' [Henry Linton, Rector of St. Peter le Bailey, Alfred Millard William Christopher, Vicar of St. Aldate's, Edward Penrose Hathaway, Rector of St. Ebbe's, William Walter Merry, Fellow of Lincoln College, as minstrels] [John Johnson 188] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 198
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 186X125 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 8: 'All Men are good..' Pr-f-sr F-l-r is a wise Man [therefore] He is good [Thomas Fowler, of Lincoln College and Professor of Logic, with images of John Stuart Mill and Henry Longueville Mansel on placard promulgating books on logic] [John Johnson 189] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 199
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X193 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 7: Double Barrel Reconnoitre [Col. William Edward Sackville-West and Capt. William Frederick Foxcroft Jones of the Oxford University Rifle Volunteer Corps with swords and cannon barrels as bodies] [John Johnson 190] Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 200
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X167 mm

Photograph of When our Boat had done great wonders.....Gave a great and grand Bump-Supper [celebrations in common room: undergraduates drinking and smoking with several pet dogs] [John Johnson 191 - Note: 'end of Publisher's register', as in all 3 JJ versions of album 1] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 201
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 195X120 mm

Photograph of E. B. P - Ch. Ch. [Edward Bouverie Pusey, Canon of Christ Church in clerical robes] [John Johnson 192] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 202
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 96X160 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 9: An Eloquent Ritualist [Henry Parry Liddon in clerical robes in Christ Church gardens with Cathedral in background] [John Johnson 193] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 203
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X186 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 10: A Pattern Drawn out at Large. English priest from monumental effigies [Montague Noel of St. Barnabas Church in clerical robes] [John Johnson 194] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 204
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X185 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 11: 'Believe me 'tis the Nightingale' [Samuel William Wayte, President of Trinity College; in Trinity gardens. Marginal note: 'said to have deceived undergraduates in the gardens by imitating the sound of a nightingale'. G.R.S.] [John Johnson 195] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 205
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 131X187 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 12: A Sketch from Exeter [William Ince, Sub-Rector of Exeter College, standing in the Quad, wearing top hat and holding rolled umbrella] [John Johnson 196] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 206
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 131X191 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 13: Going to 'Compline' [Edward Stuart Talbot, Warden of Keble College, standing in the Quad wearing biretta and clerical robes, holding prayer book in both hands] [John Johnson 197] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 207
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X197 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 14: 'The Monarch of the Glen' [George Earlam Thorley, Sub-Warden of Wadham College, in classical robes standing on plinth with battel bill in hand; Quadrangle in background] [John Johnson 198] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 208
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X190 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 15: A Noble S-well reviving an old pastime [James Edwards Sewell, Warden of New College, in a garden wearing tunic and boots with bow and arrow pointed in opposite direction of target] [John Johnson 199] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 209
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X194 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 16: President of the 'Amateur Landscape Gardening Society' [John Ruskin, Slade Professor of Fine Art, wearing worker's clothes, holding pickaxe and shovel on shoulder in country setting, alluding to North Hinskey road improvement initiated by him. Marginal note: This image was placed on the wall of the Town Hall at a meeting at which Ruskin Hall was opened. G.R.S.] [John Johnson 200] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 412, fol. 210
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 127X190 mm

Shrimpton caricatures Volume 2
Date: c.1873 - c.1878
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 413
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 volume

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Photograph of The Woodstock Drag [W. Wootten of Christ Church, Mr. Pratt of Woodstock, Robert Armstrong Yerburgh of University College, Herbert Chase Green-Price of Brasenose College, Thomas Wodehouse Legh of Christ Church, Arthur William Rucker of Brasenose College, Edward Fraser Sandeman of Brasenose College and Mr. Barton of Oriel College, drag-hunting nr. Woodstock] [John Johnson 'D' between 533 and 534] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [? . c. 1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 211
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 245X182 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 17: [Herbert Salwey, Senior Proctor of Christ Church with bulldog in High St. outside Queen's College] [John Johnson 201] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 212
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X192 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 18: An Anglican Priest [Richard Meux Benson walking in Cowley Rd. near (?) his church, Cowley St. John. Note: Benson founded the Society of St. John the Evangelist in Cowley and the 'Cowley Fathers'. cf. fol. 172] [John Johnson 202] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 213
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X196 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 19: Recreations of a Celebrated Essayist [Mark Pattison, Rector of Lincoln College, playing croquet with mallet with the words 'Essays and Reviews'. Note: He contributed an essay to a publication of this title edited by John William Parker in 1860] [John Johnson 203] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 214
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 132X200 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 20: An Ex- P--f-s--r's return from a 'Rampage' [Goldwin Smith] wearing 'stars' waistcoat and 'stripes' trousers in High. St., outside University College, his college. Note: Goldwin Smith moved to Toronto, Canada, in 1871, having previously moved to Cornell University in Ithaca, U.S.A, in 1868] [John Johnson 204] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 215
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X197 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 21: A Chase seen by a Freshman suffering from Nightmare [John Wordsworth, Junior Proctor of Brasenose College as a bird of prey hovering over the Radcliffe Camera with bulldogs chasing disappearing undergraduate at night] [John Johnson 205] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 216
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X180 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 22: Dedication day Mag: Coll. June 24 [Frederick Bulley, President of Magdalen College, preaching from lofty outside pulpit] [John Johnson 206] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 217
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X191 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 23: A Royal 'Great Gun' [Prince Leopold standing in the Broad Walk, Christ Church, holding exam certificate, dated, 17 June 1874] [John Johnson 207] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Jun. 1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 218
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 132X196 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 24: Dressed for a 'Tea-fight' [Richard Lynch Cotton, Provost of Worcester College, dressed as elderly woman with large bonnet and holding a walking stick in Beaumont St., with Worcester College entrance in the background; orig. watercolour in Worcester College] [John Johnson 208] by I.N.O.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 219
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 117X164 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 25: A chip from a German workshop [Friedrich Max Müller, Fellow of All Souls College, standing in High St. outside All Souls] [John Johnson 209] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 220
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X193 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 26: A Church Historian [William Bright, Canon of Christ Church, standing outside college entrance] [John Johnson 210] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 221
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X179 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 27: A 'Ritualist' design for the 'Low Church Clergy' [Alfred Millard William Christopher, Vicar of St. Aldate's, standing in front of altar, wearing sandals] [John Johnson 211] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 222
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 122X184 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 28: The orthodox vicar of St. M--y's [John William Burgon, Vicar of St. Mary's, standing in church] [John Johnson 212] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 223
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X182 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 29: An Anatomical Demonstrator [George Rolleston, Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, standing outside the University Museum and Abbot's Kitchen, holding image of a black man under his left arm] [John Johnson 213] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 224
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X194 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 30: The Welsh Bard [Charles Williams, Principal of Jesus College, wearing traditional Welsh hat, playing harp with (?) Penrhyn Castle, Bangor, in background] [John Johnson 214] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 225
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 117X 190 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 31: Future K--- [Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, bowing, with cane in one hand and shiny top hat in the other] [John Johnson 215] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 226
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 135X198 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 32: A Noble Defender of Church and State [Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil, Marquis of Salisbury and Chancellor of Oxford University, standing in Divinity School] [John Johnson 216] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 227
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X189 mm

Photograph of Celebrated Sporting Men No. 1: The Father and Dictator of the Turf [Admiral Henry John Rous standing with horse racing in the background] [John Johnson 217] by S. Lawrence; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 228
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X194 mm

Photograph of Celebrated Sporting Men No. 2: The Death [Henry Charles FitzRoy Somerset, 8th Duke of Beaufort, holding a dead fox aloft, above baying hounds] [John Johnson 218] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 229
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X193 mm

Photograph of [Oxford Amusements or Oxford Sports: 7 vignettes of undergraduates 'at play' with dogs, drag hunt, ratting, hare coursing. cf. Reminiscences] [John Johnson 219] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 230
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X167 mm

Photograph of [Oxford Amusements or Oxford Sports: 10 vignettes of undergraduates playing sports, etc. cf. Reminiscences] [John Johnson 220] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 231
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 123X170 mm

Photograph of The Beauties of Oxford - The Rivals [contrasting images of two women dressed according to their allegiance to High and Low Church fashions and hence to Rev. Alfred Millard William Christopher, Vicar of St. Aldate's, and to Fr. Montague Noel, Vicar of St. Barnabas, both in background in front of their respective churches] [John Johnson 221] by S. Lawrence; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 232
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 182X136 mm

Photograph of Starting the Favourite [rowing eight on river in front of Isis Tavern with crowd of onlookers.cf. Reminiscences] [John Johnson 222] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 233
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 195X115

Photograph of High Church School clergy meeting in Oxford announced in Church Herald on Thursday, October 15 (newspaper cutting displayed in banner held by Canon Carter) [Edward Moore, Sabine Baring-Gould, Joseph Leycester Lyne (Fr. Ignatius), John Fielder Mackarness, George Anthony Denison, Edward King, William Bright, Richard Meux Benson, Thomas Thelluson Carter and Alexander Penrose Forbes] [John Johnson 223] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 234
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 198X132 mm

Photograph of A sketch at the 'Vic' [view of rowdy scenes in boxes in the Victoria Theatre [Theatre Royal], George Street while the band in the pit plays on] [John Johnson 224] by A.G.W; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 235
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 135X147 mm

Photograph of Fifth of November Bonfire at E----r C-----e [effigy of Ingram Bywater, Junior Proctor of Exeter College, burning at the stake to the delight of undergraduates; William Ince, Sub-Rector of Exeter College and Thomas Henry Sheppard, Fellow and Chaplain of Exeter College observing from the side; Exeter Chapel in background. Note: skirmishes between town and gown and undergradaute revelry in general were 'traditional' on Nov. 5] [John Johnson 225] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1873]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 236
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 172X134 mm

Photograph of The Repulse [and] The Welcome [opposing images of John Fielder Mackarness, Bishop of Oxford, turning John William Colenso, Bishop of Natal, away and Benjamin Jowett, Master of Balliol, welcoming him to preach in Balliol Chapel (instead)] [John Johnson 226] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 237
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 188X127 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 33: A fine old English gentleman riding his famous horse Bodley [Henry Octavius Coxe, Bodley's Librarian, riding horse over a stream] [John Johnson 227] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 238
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 127X195 mm

Photograph of The Latest 'Vatican Decree'. William kiss my toe !!! [Johann Joseph von Döllinger, William Ewart Gladstone, Mgr.Thomas John Capel, Cardinal Henry Edward Manning, Cardinal John Henry Newman with Pope Pius IX offering bare foot to Gladstone; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon a. 78, fol. 41] [John Johnson 228] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 239
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 190X137 mm

Photograph of The Challenge. Pus'-y-ite versus Ro'm-a ni--ht. See Letter to the Times [Canon Henry Parry Liddon and Mgr. Thomas John Capel as feuding cats 'guarding' Oxford Cathedral and Roman Arch of Titus respectively] [John Johnson 229] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 240
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 173X130 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 34: A worthy host [Henry Hubert Cornish, Principal of New Inn Hall, standing outside The Tavern in New Inn Hall St., dressed as the landlord] [John Johnson 230] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 241
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X177 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 35: An ascetic [Edward King, Canon of Christ Church, dressed as a monk, wearing sandals, holding a copy of Missale Romanum under his arm, with Tom Tower in the background] [John Johnson 231] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 242
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 118X183 mm

Photograph of I've been 'Rome'ing. Not by Francis Miles [cf. George Francis Miles, painter; fasionable woman in front of St. Barnabas Church] [John Johnson 232] [? by 'Scissors' ];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 243
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 137X154 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 36: A Platonic Philosopher [Benjamin Jowett, Master of Balliol College, as a Roman statue, standing on books by Plato] [John Johnson 233] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 244
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X194 mm

Photograph of The Ritualist [the name of a steamboat in the shape of St. Barnabas Church, moored at the wharf, advertising daily service to Rome] [John Johnson 234] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1874]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 245
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 190X130 mm

Photograph of The Wreck. Protestantism [shining out from lighthouse] - Romanism [on the rocks] [St. Barnabas Church as a ship being battered against the rocks] [John Johnson 235] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 246
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 200X132 mm

Photograph of In Consequence of the Abolition of Horse Racing and 'Grinds' 'tis proposed to have 'smoking tournaments' in own rooms [undergraduates riding smoking pipes as horses as if jousting. Note: a grind in University slang is a steeplechase] [John Johnson 236] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 247
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 195X127 mm

Photograph of Redress of Grievances at W-dh-m. Undergraduate to Sub-Warden: 'I wished to say, Sir, that my chimney smokes very badly'. Sub-Warden: .. Mine smokes too...[George Earlam Thorley, Sub-Warden of Wadham College, responding to undergraduate's complaint in the Quad] [John Johnson 237] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 248
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 117X118 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 37: The Butterfly [John Obadiah Westwood, Professor of Zoology, as a butterfly on a leaf] [John Johnson 238] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 249
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X191 mm

Photograph of [The Trinity Spoon] [Samuel William Wayte, President of Trinity College, chucking a diminutive townswoman under the chin in front of Trinity College Chapel, with 2 weeping or laughing men, Robert William Raper and Henry George Woods, Fellows of Trinity, with (?) a servant, in background] [John Johnson 240] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 250
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 190X129 mm

Photograph of [Detail of Trinity Spoon: Samuel William Wayte and woman] [John Johnson 239] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 251
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 135X182 mm

Photograph of The Theatricals, 1875' [in publisher's copy] [fun fair and acrobatic entertainment in Broad St. outside Sheldonian Theatre on 9 June 1875: James Edwards Sewell, John Ruskin, Monier Monier-Williams, William Stubbs, George Rolleston, Thomas Fowler, Bartholomew Price and Frederick Bulley] [John Johnson 241] by F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1875
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 252
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 171X120 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford 38: A gentleman (after Vandyke) [Frederick Symonds, surgeon and University Coroner, standing with horse and wearing Royalist clothing; orig. at MS. Eng. a. 2033, fol. 1] [John Johnson 242] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 253
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X202 mm

Photograph of En route to Cremation [James Coley, Vicar of Cowley St. John on horse in High St., holding notice (as title of caricature), surrounded by jeering children (one being apprehended by policemen) and townsfolk; George Granville Bradley, Master of University College, Francis Knyvett Leighton, Warden of All Souls and William Jackson, Provost of Queens College, peering down from their respective lofty college windows. Note; The Cremation Society of Great Britain was established in 1874; orig. at Bodl. MS. 12734; see also 'The Cowley Burial Case', a collection of letters, newpaper cuttings and photographs relating to this cause célèbre at G.A. Oxon. c. 9] [John Johnson 243] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Feb. 1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 254
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 202X138 mm

Photograph of High Church, Low Church [2 women praying, one standing, the other kneeling; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 8] [John Johnson 244] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 255
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 183X130 mm

Photograph of Coming events cast their shadows before them [corner of Brasenose Lane and Turl St.; Herbert Salwey of Christ Church, Senior Proctor and another spying on disappearing undergraduate with woman] [John Johnson 245] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 256
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 133X 190 mm

Photograph of Doses Given Away Every Sunday [St. Peter le Bailey Church on bottle label with the words 'The Rev. H. Lxxxxn's Sleeping Mixture'. [Henry Linton, Rector of St. Peter le Bailey] [John Johnson 246] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 257
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X204 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 40: A Commoner [Algernon Charles Swinburne of Balliol College, poet, seated at desk in study, writing with quill] [John Johnson 247] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 258
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 123X189 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 39: A most regular attendant at W----m Chapel [John Griffiths, Keeper of the Archives and Warden of Wadham College, walking outside chapel] [John Johnson 248] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1875
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 259
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 138X196 mm

Photograph of What an Undergraduate Dreamed after a Wine Party [mortar board as hot air balloon: head of Herbert Salwey of Christ Church, Senior Proctor, in the balloon; dog in basket] [John Johnson 249] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 260
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 134X180 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 41: A Retired Statesman studying theology [William Ewart Gladstone as a poor monk, standing, wearing sandals and reading in cell] [John Johnson 250] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 261
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 123X200 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 42: One of the 'Worthies of All Souls' [Montagu Burrows of All Souls, Chichele Professor of Modern History, as ferryman offering lift in punt; (?) Sandford (?) papermill in background. Note: Burrows was the first academic to lecture on naval history] [John Johnson 251] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 262
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X195 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 43: The boar's head in hand bear I ...[William Jackson, Provost of Queen's College, performing the Boar's Head Christmas ceremony] [John Johnson 252] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 263
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 127X200 mm

Photograph of Marston Grounds Grand Match between Celebrated Bulldogs and their Respective Owners [JJ version = 'Marston Bull Dogs Race'] [William Walter Merry, Fellow of Lincoln College, James Richard Thursfield, Fellow of Jesus College, Junior Proctor, and Robert George Livingstone, Fellow of Pembroke College, riding bulldogs in a race, with James Edwards Sewell, Warden of New College and Vice-Chancellor, flagging end of race] [John Johnson 253] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 264
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 198X120 mm

Photograph of The Head Keeper of 'Varsity Estates' [James Richard Thursfield, Fellow of Jesus College, Junior Proctor, wearing check suit and holding rifle under his arm, with children's wooden horse on wheels and bulldog also on wheels, on strings; University spires in background] [John Johnson 254] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 265
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 181X127 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 44: Peace and War. One of the 'Queens Own' [John Richard Magrath, Fellow, Chaplain and Bursar of Queen's College, dressed as a Hussar standing in Queen's Chapel] [John Johnson 255] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 266
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X189 mm

Photograph of A Nightingale in John's Gardens [James Bellamy, President of St. John's College, as bird perching on a twig] [John Johnson 256] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 267
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 90X160 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 45: An infinitesimal calculator [Bartholomew Price of Pembroke College, Professor of Natural Philosophy, standing at typesetting rack. Note: Price's Infinitesimal calculus published in 4 vols, 1852-60, long used as textbooks] [John Johnson 257] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 268
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X206 mm

Photograph of O.U.B.C. [Hewlett James Stayner of St. John's College and President of the Oxford University Boat Club] [John Johnson 258] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 269
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 117X174 mm

Photograph of Ecclesiastical History [William Bright, Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History and Canon of Christ Church, large head; holding cane and top hat behind him] [John Johnson 259] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 270
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 132X153 mm

Photograph of Commemoration Scenes - Pleasure and Pain [Edward Bouverie Pusey, Frederick Bulley, Edwin Palmer, Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil, James Edwards Sewell, Sir Henry Wentworth Acland, Benjamin Disraeli, Henry George Liddell, Edward Henry Stanley, Prince Leopold, Prince Arthur (Duke of Connaught), The Duchess of Connaught, Gathorne Gathorne-Hardy and William Alexander, Bishop of Derry] [John Johnson 260] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 271
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 135X181 mm

Photograph of Well Sculled [sculling with crowds in background.cf. Reminiscences] [John Johnson 261] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 272
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 181X130 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 49: A Leading Card [George Granville Bradley, Master of University College, as a 'King' playing card] [John Johnson 264] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 273
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 122X207 mm

Photograph of Jericho Theatricals [Montague Noel, Vicar of St. Barnabas and Rev. Edward Starkie Shuttleworth, as Roman gladiators in St. Barnabas Church, with Rev. William Duggan of Lincoln College and Vicar of St. Paul's, Rev. Henry Malme Price, Luke Rivington of Magdalen College and one of the 'Cowley Fathers' and Richard St. John Tyrwhitt, Vicar of St. Mary Magdalen, in background] [John Johnson 262] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 274
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 182X150 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 48: An Undergrad' of 1807 [Robert Bullock Marsham, Warden of Merton College, in frock coat and breeches standing in Merton St.] [John Johnson 263] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 275
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X186 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 47: An Ancient Briton [William Stubbs, Regius Professor of Modern History and Fellow of Trinity College, as a Stone Age man with cudgel; college in background; orig. at MS. Eng. a. 2033, fol. 4] [John Johnson 265] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 276
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X188 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 46: From the proud halls of Brasenose, Queen of the Isis wave ...Lars Porsenna [Edward Hartopp Cradock, Principal of Brasenose College, in boating attire. Note Lars Porsenna was a poem by Godfrey John Webb aka Alfred Blomfield, Bishop of Colchester, originally published in 1855 and subsequently republished by Thomas Shrimpton & Son in the early 1870s; a humorous poem about Adolphus Smalls, an undergraduate of Boniface aka Oxford University] [John Johnson 266] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 277
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X186 mm

Photograph of The Christ Church Quartette [Edward King, Canon of Christ Church, Henry Parry Liddon of Christ Church and Canon of St. Paul's Cathedral, William Bright, Canon of Christ Church, Edward Bouverie Pusey, Canon of Christ Church, as musicians playing in the Cathedral] [John Johnson 267] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 278
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 180X151 mm

Photograph of [Henry George Liddell, Dean of Christ Church standing in St, Aldate's St. with Tom Tower in the background; in style of 'Great Guns' caricature] [John Johnson 268] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 279
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 110X178 mm

Photograph of A New Broom Sweeps Clean [Robert George Livingstone, Fellow and Sub-Dean of Pembroke College, sweeping with a broom labelled 'Decanal Functions', instigating more chapels per week, with another college member] [John Johnson 269] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 280
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 206X160 mm

Photograph of St. Aloysius [Roman Catholic Church] Terminus [JJ version = 'Opening of St. Aloysius'] [Cardinal Henry Edward Manning offering 'indulgence' to two fashionable young women outside St. Aloysius Gonzaga Church ('Oxford Oratory'), Woodstock Rd., Oxford; William Bernard Ullatthorne (Bishop of Birmingham) in the background; 3 gawking boys on the side and top-hatted men in background] [John Johnson 270] by F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 281
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 140X177 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 50: A Political Economist [Bonamy Price, Professor of Political Economy, dressed as a workman, shovelling money and 'fees' into wheelbarrow of 'University Reform'; Old Bodleian Tower in the background] [John Johnson 271] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 282
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X183 mm

Photograph of [James Francis Ridley of St. John's College, cricketer, wearing cricketing attire and holding bat to ground] [John Johnson 272] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 283
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X201 mm

Photograph of [Robert Ewing, Fellow of St. John's College, wearing kilt, Scottish dancing] [John Johnson 273] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 284
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 124X187 mm

Photograph of [Robert Bullock Marsham, Warden of Merton College holding riding crop behind his back] [John Johnson 274] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 285
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 126X196 mm

Photograph of Oxford Notabilities [top-hatted man with Head of Emperor as in front of the Sheldonian Theatre and bowler-hatted man with large Brasenose College nose] [John Johnson 275] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 286
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X185 mm

Photograph of [Guy Fawkes Night, Nov. 5.: undergraduates lined up outside St. Mary's Church in High St. ready for confrontation with townsfolk, a longstanding tradition] [John Johnson 276] by (?)Th. F.....y; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 287
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 189X120 mm

Photograph of [Guy Fawkes Night, Nov. 5: undergraduates brawling with townsfolk on corner of Cornmarket St and Broad St, looking towards St. Mary Magdalen Church; two fashionable women with muffs looking decidedly worried] [John Johnson 277] [(?) by (?)Th. F.....y;] Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 288
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 184X121 mm

Photograph of Tulip (Vicecancellarius) from New Gardens [James Edwards Sewell, Warden of New College and Vice-Chancellor; head as flower in pot] [John Johnson 278] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 289
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 106X162 mm

Photograph of The Lily of Magdalene [Frederick Bulley, President of Magdalen College; head as flower in pot] [John Johnson 279] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 290
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 106X162 mm

Photograph of Protestant Ritual [2 clerics praying, one standing, the other kneeling, in austere church setting] [John Johnson 280] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 291
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 157X124 mm

Photograph of Oxford by Night [scene at the end of High St. with Magdalen Tower and Bridge in background: a Proctor on the ground, either Charles Lancelot Shadwell of Oriel College or (more likely) James Richard Thursfield of Jesus College, seemingly being boxed by a young woman with another woman glaring at him; decamping undergraduate followed by 2 men; horrified policeman in background] [John Johnson 281] [(?) by (?)Th. F.....y;] Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 292
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 182X130 mm

Photograph of Head of John the Baptist on a Charger [James Bellamy, President of St. John's College, on a horse riding through gateway in stone wall] [John Johnson 282] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 293
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 113X154 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 51: An Evangelical [Charles Abel Heurtley, Margaret Professor of Divinity and Canon of Christ Church, standing in St. Aldates St., with Tom Tower in the background, holding umbrella under his arm and poster in hand adversting a sermon in aid of mission (in Africa)] [John Johnson 283] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 294
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 123X188 mm

Photograph of Henry George Liddell, Dean of Christ Church, with monocle; large head; profile] [John Johnson 284] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 295
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X177 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 52: 'Buy Ima-gee Ima-gee' [Edward Conduitt Dermer of St. John's College and Vicar of St. Philip & St. James, Oxford, wearing biretta, with a tray full of papal figurines; standing in front of church] [John Johnson 285] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 296
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 119X183 mm

Photograph of [Charles Williams, Principal of Jesus College, wearing overcoat and holding walking stick] [John Johnson 286] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1875]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 297
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X201 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools No. 1: A Radleian [Charles Martin, Warden of Radley College, wearing mortar board and gown, wielding birch rod aloft; chapel in background] {John Johnson 287] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 298
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 132X184 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools No. 2: The Eton pet [James John Hornby, Fellow of Brasenose College and Headmaster of Eton College, in boxing attire and stance; glimpse of Eton College in background] [John Johnson 288] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 299
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 132X197 mm

Photograph of Our Stroke '76 [John Edwards Edwards-Moss of Balliol College, rowing; large head, wearing boater] [John Johnson 289] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1876
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 300
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X197 mm

Photograph of [John William Burgon, Dean of Chichester, with rolled umbrella under arm, wearing top hat and overcoat] [John Johnson 290] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 301
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 116X206 mm

Photograph of Convocation…Resignation…Pension, 16 Feb.76 [Friedrich Max Müller, Fellow of All Souls, holding notice of 'Resignation'] [John Johnson 291] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1876
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 302
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X202 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools [No. 3]: Leisure moments [George Ridding, Headmaster of Winchester College, seated on a high stool in (?) school hall, producing child-like sketch of a 'stick man' on writing slate] [John Johnson 292] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 303
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 134X205 mm

Photograph of Rural Dean [(George) Noel Freeling, Vicar of Holywell St. Cross, Oxford, standing humbly with hands clasping (?) prayer book, wearing surplice] [John Johnson 294] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol 304
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 118X186 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools No. 5: The Spelling Bee [Frederic William Farrar, Headmaster of Marlborough College, as bee on top of hive with image of the front of the college with surrounding Greek inscriptions referring to polymath, bee hive, drone, etc.] [John Johnson 295] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 305
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 136X200 mm

Photograph of Ethical Philosophy [crowd shouting from Pembroke College barge 'Out of his depth!' and 'He's shouting for a Bohn [(?) a book from 'Bohn's Libraries' publications] to capsized Alfred Thomas Barton, Fellow of Pembroke] [John Johnson 296] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 306
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 193X126 mm

Photograph of Comic Logic [13 comic vignettes of town and gown, beginning with 'Illicit process of the Major and ... the Miner' cf. syllogistic fallacies (logic); other images are based on logistical terminology; copy also at fol. i] [John Johnson 297] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 307
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 160X148 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools No. 6: A Harrow Swell [Henry Montagu Butler, Headmaster of Harrow School, standing, holding cane to the ground and wearing a top hat; school in background] [John Johnson 298] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 308
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X183 mm

Photograph of Lars Porsenna No. 4 [undergraduate, Adolphus Smalls of Boniface [University], with monocle; vignettes in form of branches of a tree: studying hard, socialising and ending with B.A. degree] [John Johnson 299] by F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 309
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 73X133 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools No. 7: Uppingham [Edward Thring, Headmaster of Uppingham School, seated at desk, wearing soft cap, with schoolboys holding notes (? school reports), some happy and some annoyed, all in a semi-geometric design] [John Johnson 300] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 310
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 122X199 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford [? No. 53 or 54 ]: 'Old Tom' [bell] ['General Moore, a well-known Oxford guide' and an undergraduate, (?) looking like Verdant Green in Cuthbert Bede's illustrations to his novel, either side of the great bell] [John Johnson 301] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 311
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 132X184 mm

Photograph of Cosmopolitan Oxford: or what shall we see next [overseas undergraduates: North American Indian, Chinese man, a (?) Sikh, with welcoming Don and (?) German in the background, in High St.] [John Johnson 302] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 312
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 162X133 mm

Photograph of The Varsity 'Tat-Too' [Thomas Francis Dallin, Fellow of Queen's College and John Richard Magrath, Senior Proctor of Queen's College following 6 bulldogs, standing on their hind legs and playing pipes and drums in St. Giles St. with Martyrs' Memorial in the background; at night; orig. in Queen's College] [John Johnson 303] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 313
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 192X133 mm

Photograph of Low Church Theatricals [3 styles, in 3 columns: 'Firstly', 'Secondly' and 'Lastly': sermon preached from pulpit to a young cleric with a monocle and an older man with spectacles and their respective reactions] [John Johnson 304] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 314
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 160X130 mm

Photograph of A Striking Resemblance [oarsman and fairground artiste, the former with an oar over his shoulder, the latter with jousting pole; Oxford University Boat Club barge and fairground tent in background] [John Johnson 306] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 315
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 173X119 mm

Photograph of Dedication of Keble College Chapel, 25 April 1876 [including Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil, Edward Stuart Talbot, William Bright, Edward Bouverie Pusey, John Keble, late Professor of Poetry on a banner, Archibald Campbell Tait, John Fielder Mackarness, Henry Parry Liddon, William Alexander, Frances Knyvett Leighton, Edward King, George Moberly, Richard Temple West, Louis George Mylne, Bishop of Bombay, (?) John Henry Mee, Fellow of Merton College and the silhouette of Cardinal John Henry Newman; procession outside Chapel; St. Mark's Day] [John Johnson 305] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1876
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 316
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 200X136 mm

Photograph of Donorum Dei Dispensatio Fidelis [Henry Montagu Butler, Headmaster of Harrow School, with tennis racquet]. Note the Latin words are those of Harrow's motto] [John Johnson 307] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 317
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 119X170 mm

Photograph of Remarkable Bird Recently Seen in W----m Gardens [Patrick Arkley Henderson, Junior Proctor of Wadham College as crow-like bird perched on branch, being viewed by an undergraduate] [John Johnson 308] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1876
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 318
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 122X179 mm

Photograph of Signs of the Times - High Church, Low Church, Broad Church, No Church [4 connecting images: priest wearing biretta; priest in pulpit; parson with hunting dog; family taking Sunday train excursion to Brighton ] [John Johnson 309] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 319
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 88X139 mm

Photograph of A College Dean [Robert William Raper, Fellow and Vice President of Trinity College, wearing check, 2-piece suit] [John Johnson 310] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 320
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X155 mm

Photograph of What think you of this habit, as his gown, surplice and tippit... 1674 - 1874 [priests' attire as illustrated in 17th cent. (?) woodcut with communion around table, contrasted with kneeling priests before altar] [John Johnson 311] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 321
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 135X150 mm

Photograph of A Sunday Night Debate [Trinity College interior: Arthur Francis Emilius Forman, Samuel William Wayte, President of Trinity College, plus many others] [John Johnson 312] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 322
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 201X135 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools [No. ? ]: A Wellingtonian [Edward Charles Wickham, Headmaster of Wellington School, sitting on children's wheeled horse, wearing cape and spurred boots] [John Johnson 313] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 323
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 140X204 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools No. 9: Whip Practice [Charles Broderick Scott, Headmaster of Westminster School, whipping a top] [John Johnson 314] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 324
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X208 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 56: [Edward Tindal Turner, Fellow of Brasenose College and Registrar, walking in the Quad, wearing top hat, monocle, rolled umbrella behind his back] [marginal note by Falconer Madan: 'This was at once suppressed, Turner threatening to get Shrimpton discommoned', (? ) possibly because of small nude statue on plinth behind him] [John Johnson 315] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 325
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 127X185 mm

Photograph of Oxford Races, 1876. Oxfordshire Stakes - Innishowen (sic) - Moatlands - Broadside [named horses racing on (?) Port Meadow; crowds, tents and grandstand in background] [John Johnson 316] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1876
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 326
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 200X118 mm

Photograph of Ye President his Slombre his vysions .May 23-24, 1876: Oxford University Musical Club 100th Meeting, Grand Blow Out [JJ = 'Musical'] [orchestra and pit; C. Deichmann, the conductor of Beethoven] [John Johnson 317] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1876
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 327
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 190X115 mm

Photograph of Banns of Matrimony between this Chapel and the Church of Rome [JJ = 'Keble Workmen'] [Archibald Campbell Tait, Archbishop of Canterbury and Edward Stuart Talbot, Warden of Keble College, as opposing workmen in Keble College Chapel; the Chapel being likened to the Church of Rome and hence 'forbid the banns' ] [John Johnson 318] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 328
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X192 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 55: 'Twinkle twinkle little star, How I wonder what you are' [Charles Pritchard, Savilan Professor of Astronomy, in the Observatory with Grubb 12.25 inch refracting telescope] [John Johnson 319] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 329
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X194 mm

Photograph of A Rugby Team [Frederick Temple, Bishop. of Exeter, Thomas William Jex-Blake, Fellow of Queen's College, Henry Hayman, Fellow of St. John's, Thomas Arnold, Fellow of Oriel College, all sometime Headmasters of Rubgy School, playing rugby; Rugby School in background] [John Johnson 320] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 330
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 182X135 mm

Photograph of [Henry Parry Liddon, Canon of St. Paul's Cathedral; head and shoulders profile] [John Johnson 321] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 331
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 126X162 mm

Photograph of [Edward Bouverie Pusey, Regius Professor of Hebrew; head and shoulders profile, wearing mortar board] [John Johnson 322] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 332
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X140 mm

Photograph of Good Old Times [at prayer - a hierarchy of priests on 3 levels of pulpit; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 23] [JJ version is hand coloured] [John Johnson 323] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1874
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 333
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 123X166 mm

Photograph of Alma Mater [University mother hen with mortar-boarded chicks recently emerged from eggshells imprinted with the names of colleges] [John Johnson 324] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 4 Oct. 1876
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 334
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121x!54 mm

Photograph of Coaching on the Isis! Coach of J.s.s Coll: Eight.'You're all rowin' badly...' [JJ = 'Jesus Eight'] [Jesus College Eight rowing in front of small group on the bank of the River Isis (Thames)] [John Johnson 325] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 25 Sep. 1876
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 335
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 165X86 mm

Photograph of The 'Smug' [unshaven (?) undergraduate, in profile, with prominent upper teeth, wearing gown and holding rolled umbrella, peering into Shrimpton and Sons shop window] [John Johnson 326] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 12 Oct. 1876
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 336
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X178 mm

Photograph of The Celebrated Master M-gr-th [John Richard Magrath, Senior Proctor of Queen's College, as greyhound in hot pusuit of undergraduate as a frightened hare in High St. outside Queen's; bulldog and smoking pipe on the ground, just behind] [John Johnson 327] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 337
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 165X118 mm

Photograph of The Roman Candle & the Clerical Moths [Pope Pius IX as candle on top of the St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, Fr. (?) Thomas Douglas Page of Pembroke College, Thomas Chamberlain, Hon. Canon of Christ Church, Rev. Sabine Baring-Gould, Fr. Luke Rivington of Magdalen College, Thomas Thelluson Carter, Canon of Christ Church, Rev. Alexander Heriot Mackonochie of Wadham College, as moths attracted to the light of the candle] [John Johnson 328] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 338
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 127X194 mm

Photograph of Donni Convivales or College Grog-Blossoms [JJ version = 'The Bottle'] [common room port bottle as vase with flowers with heads of dons: orig at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 12] [John Johnson 329] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Sep. 1876
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 339
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 117X180 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 57: A Bombay Shepherd [Dr. Louis George Mylne, Bishop of Bombay, in dramatic pose holding crosier, wearing exaggerated puffy sleeves and standing on chair] [John Johnson 330] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 340
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 126X190 mm

Photograph of [Benjamin Jowett, Master of Balliol; head and shoulders, face-on; cf. Julia Margaret Cameron portrait photograph of 1864] [John Johnson 331] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 341
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X159 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 57[a] [JJ version changed to No. 54]: Doing Poonah [Reginald Stephen Copleston, Bishop of Colombo, wearing mitre, siiting on elephant] [John Johnson 332] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 342
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X175 mm

Photograph of A New Butterfly - Genus philologium [Rev. Thomas Leslie Papillon, Dean and Tutor of New College, as a butterfly on a twig of 'original speech'] [John Johnson 333] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 343
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 118X164 mm

Photograph of Oxford to London [JJ = 'Down the Thames'] [rowing, etc. - 5 images: The Start, a Nice Breeze, Preparing for Dinner, Taking it Easy, A Night Cap: 4 men in a boat; see also 350-2] [John Johnson 334] by A.G.W; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1876
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 344
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 126X156 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools No. 11: Flying Trapeze [JJ = 'Flying'] [George Charles Bell, flying on a trapeze as if from Christ's Hospital to Marlborough as Headmaster from the former to the latter] [John Johnson 335] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 345
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 132X171 mm

Photograph of [Henry Parry Liddon of Christ Church and Canon of St. Paul's Cathedral: head and shoulders, face-on] [John Johnson 336] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 346
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X183 mm

Photograph of The Missing Link [JJ = 'Darwin'] [Charles Robert Darwin, naturalist and biologiist, wearing smock, with ape's feet, arms and tail] [John Johnson 337] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1875
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 347
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 131X182 mm

Photograph of Gown and Town - A Drive in Turl Street [undergraduates brawling with townsfolk. cf. Reminiscences] [John Johnson 338] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 348
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 172X121 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools No.10: The Half-Holiday [William Haig Brown, Headmaster of Charterhouse, wearing bowler hat, flying a kite in the grounds in front of the school] [John Johnson 339] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 349
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 123X183 mm

Photographs of Oxford to London [enlargements of fol. 344] [John Johnson 340-2] by A.G.W; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1876
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fols. 350-2
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 165X120, 118X187, 115X192 mm

Photograph of The Play Hour [public school headmasters at play: sports, gymnastics, horse riding: Henry Robert Huckin, Headmaster of Repton School, Rev. Edward Mallet Young, Headmaster of Sherborne School, Dr. George Charles Bell, Headmaster of Marlborough School, Dr. Henry Montagu Butler, Headmaster of Harrow School, Rev. Harman Chaloner Ogle, Headmaster of Magdalen College School, Dr. Edward Henry Bradby, Headmaster of Haileybury School, Rev. Sebastian Elijah Nichols of Christ Church School, Rev. John Percival of Clifton College, Rev. Charles Broderick Scott of Westminster School, Thomas Jex-Blake of Rugby School and Rev. James John Hornby of Eton College] [copy also at G.A. Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 967] [John Johnson 'C', between 533 and 534] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 353
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 243X191 mm

Photograph of [The Cherwell Water Lily] [young woman with basket of flowers by the River Cherwell with overhangling, split, pollarded willow tree and water lilies in the background, cf The Cherwell Water-Lily by Frederick William Faber, 1840] [John Johnson 343] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 354
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 107X134 mm

Photograph of A Stroll in Worcester College Gardens] [young woman by lake with parasol by her side] [John Johnson 344] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 355
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 104X139 mm

Photograph of A Weighty Question. Will you accept my h--d [(?) Samuel William Wayte, President of Trinity College, and young woman seated opposite each other] [John Johnson 345] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 356
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 127X148 mm

Photograph of The Clerical Meet - Stow Wood [hunt meeting with William Walter Merry, Alfred Millard William Christopher, Richard Meux Benson, (? ) Robert Knox, Bishop of Down, Edward King, Canon of Christ Church, Drummond Percy Chase, Montague Noel, George Noel Freeling, Edward Conduitt Dermer, Henry Parry Liddon, William Duggan, Thomas Chamberlain, John Fielder Mackarness] [John Johnson 346] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 357
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 184X135 mm

Photograph of Suadens placides Nox humida somnos [humid night urges peaceful sleep, Ovid Fasti 2, 635] [Rev. Edmund Arbuthnott Knox mopping brow while preaching to sleepy congregation] [John Johnson 347] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 358
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 160X128 mm

Photograph of Time they say will wait for no man. Yet here it's Wayte in(g) for a wo-man [Samuel William Wayte, President of Trinity College, and woman in Trinity College gardens. cf. quotation by Geoffrey Chaucer] [John Johnson 348] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 359
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 143X132 mm

Photograph of 120 Yards Hurdle Race [athletics meeting with crowd of spectators in background. cf. Reminiscences.] [John Johnson 349] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 360
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 196X120 mm

Photograph of Lodging House Keeper [John William Burgon wearing female servant's lace bonnet with bucket and mop outside Oriel College with St. Mary's Church in background - re rule concerning lodging house keeper. Note: Burgon thought young female servants in lodging houses might corrupt undergraduates. Orig. at MS. Eng. a. 2033, fol. 2] [John Johnson 350] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 361
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X197 mm

Photograph of How I found it out [John William Burgon as woman being (?) chucked under chin or pointed at by young man with monocle and cigarette in mouth] [John Johnson 351] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 362
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 142X128 mm

Photograph of Nice pair Sir? [JJ = 'Keble Dons'] [John Richardson Illingworth, Fellow of Jesus College, vendor of busts of Edward Stuart Talbot, Warden of Keble College, Col. William Edward West, Bursar of Keble College, Francis John Jayne, Fellow of Jesus College, Walter Lock, Fellow of Magdalen College, Frederick William Spurling, Tutor of Keble College, James Ridgway of Lincoln College & Hon. Canon of Christ Church and John Keble, late Professor of Poetry] [John Johnson 352] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 363
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 175X119 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools No 14: 'On my life my lord a Bubble' (Shakespeare's All's well that ends well, Act 3, Sc. 6) [William Baker, Headmaster of Merchant Taylor's School, dressed as a schoolboy, blowing bubbles of 'Greek, 'Latin' and 'Maths' (?) outside school] [John Johnson 353] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 364
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 131X193 mm

Photograph of A Regular Attendant [Richard Lynch Cotton, Provost of Worcester College, with candle in one hand and prayer book in the other by gravestone at night] [John Johnson 354] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 365
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 150X125 mm

Photograph of [T]he Fact-is-Mr……you-must-attend-chapel-more-regularly [Thomas Watson Jackson, Fellow of Worcester College standing; orig. is at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol.6 which states 'T[homas]H[ill] Green'. Note: the crest on the fireplace in the image is that of Worcester College, so it must be Jackson] [John Johnson 355] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 366
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X165 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 58: 'You gentlemen of England, That live at home at ease ...' [traditional sea song dating from 1686]. Sir Henry Wentwoth Acland, Regius Professor of Medicine, at the helm in stormy weather] [John Johnson 356] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 367
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 191X126 mm

Photograph of First Results of the Public Worship Act [JJ = 'Brook St. van'] [Regulation Act of 1874] Father Pooth carried off to prison in the Church Association Black Van under the Fatherly (!) protecton of the two Primates [Archibald Campbell Tait, Archbishop of Canterbury and William Thomson, Archbishop of York, at front and back of van respectively; cf. case against Rev. Arthur Tooth at Lambeth Palace, 13 July 1876] [John Johnson 357] by M.C.V; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1876
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 368
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 139X100 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools No. 12: Lessons in 'Reduction' [Henry Robert Huckin, Headmaster of Repton School, wearing check suit and bowler hat, hands clasped together, as if to dive into stream in front of him, with 2 hounds] [John Johnson 358] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 369
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 123X178 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools 13: 'Bis dat qui cito dat' [Edward Henry Bradby, Headmaster of Haileybury School, playing tennis, wearing kilt; school in background] [John Johnson 359] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 370
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X177 mm

Photograph of The Ten Plagues of Egypt. Hint to candidates in Rudimentis Religionis [JJ = 'The Plagues of Egypt'] [10 related images in contemporary, humorous or horrifying settings] [John Johnson 360] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 371
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X175 mm

Photograph of Dears-talking. [JJ = 'Deer stalking'] [2 men in bold, check coats and bowler hats clambering onto the roof of building slightly below the adjoining one with 2 women on balcony; Oxford skyline in background] [John Johnson 361] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 372
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 122X178 mm

Photograph of [Oxford University Rifle Volunteer Corps marching in countryside setting] [John Johnson 362] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 373
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 170X104 mm

Photograph of Clerical Fashions: Evangelical [JJ = 'Clerical Vestments Stair Carpet'] [3 images of] the Black Vestment, known as the Evangelical Staircarpet [John Johnson 363] by M.C.V; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1876
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 374
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 211X134 mm

Photograph of An Episcopal Function [back view of 5 priests at prayer: 4 kneeling, one standing] [JJ version partly hand coloured] [John Johnson 364] by M.C.V; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 27 Nov. 1876
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 375
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 145X125 mm

Photograph of A Fox hunting Parson riding to Cover [wearing suit and top hat, with monocle, cigar and riding crop under arm; church spire in background] [John Johnson 365] by M.C.V; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 376
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X148 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 60: A College Tutor 'cramming' Pupils [Thomas Watson Jackson, Fellow of Worcester College, feeding biscuits to swans on college lake; St. Barnabas Church tower in background; orig. in Worcester College] [John Johnson 366] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1876]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 377
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 124X182 mm

Photograph or print of Buckling to again (an Allegory) [JJ = 'Ploughing'] [ploughing a field of university studies with allusions to associated hard work leading to exams, compared to the pleasures of the vacation] [John Johnson 368 (367 'removed')] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Jan. 1877
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 378
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 165X188 mm

Photograph of Oxford Valentine [5 images of couples in roundels, 1, a game of chess, 'Mated', and 2-5 in local settings: Godstow Nunnery Ruins, (?) Addison's Walk, punting on the River Cherwell, boating at Nuneham Courtenay ; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 27] [John Johnson 369] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 379
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 105X150 mm

Photograph of Winchester College. Portion of a design for restoration of Altar Screen [Winchester Dons] [JJ = 'Winchester Altar Screen'] [John Trant Bramston, William Andrewes Fearon, Charles Halford Hawkins, George Richardson, Godfrey Bolles Lee (Warden), George Ridding, Edmund William Sergeant, Frederick Morshead in reredos niches; orig at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 22] [John Johnson 370] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 380
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 183X110 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 61: 'Which I wish to remark and my langauge is plain' [James Legge, Professor of Chinese, dressed in Chinese clothes, with a long plat, performing tea ceremony. Note: quotation by Bret Harte (1836-1902)] [John Johnson 371] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 381
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 118X193 mm

Photograph of Extracting an obstinate 'Tooth' [Archibald Campbell Tait, Archbishop of Canterbury, extracting tooth from Rev. Arthur Tooth, ritualist priest. cf. Tooth's imprisonment in violation of the Public Worship Regulation Act of 1874, 22 Jan. 1877] [John Johnson 372] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Jan. 1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 382
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X187 mm

Photograph of [Eights Week; river scene with rowers and capsized boat] [John Johnson = 'A spill in front of Varsity barge'] [John Johnson 373 by (?).R. (?) Davidson; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 383
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 160X116 mm

Photograph of A 'Proper' Sort of 'Coach' [Rev. Edwin Pinder Barrow, Bible Clerk of Oriel College, driving a coach and four in the form of a wheelbarrow, with the words ' Pass and Class', carrying undergraduates sounding post horns, at E. end of Broad St., corner of Catte St., with Clarendon Building steps in foreground [appended letter of 1965 from R.H. Barrow, son, confirming identity] [John Johnson 374. Note: 'end of Publisher's 2nd vol.', corresponding to JJ version] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 384
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 195X131 mm

Photograph of Ball[iol] Coll[ege], Jan. 16 1877 [JJ = 'Opening of Balliol College Hall'] [Edwin Hartopp Cradock, Principal of Brasenose College, James Edwards Sewell, Provost of New College, George Granville Bradley, Master of University College, Robert Browning, Edwin Palmer, Archdeacon of Oxford, Frederick Temple, Bishop of Exeter, Benjamin Jowett, Master of Balliol College, Arthur Penryn Stanley, Dean of Wesminster, Archibald Campbell Tait, Archbishop of Canterbury, Matthew Arnold, Viscount Cardwell, Algernon Charles Swinburne, George Ridding, Charles Broderick Scott, Thomas Kelly Cheyne, Rev. James John Hornby, all as 'stick' men, but with real heads in Hall] [John Johnson 375] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 16 Jan. 1877
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 385
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 190X130 mm

Photograph of [Edward Bouverie Pusey in pulpit with canopy] [JJ = 'Dr. Pusey Preaching'] [John Johnson 377] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 386
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X164 mm

Photograph of Aristotle's Remonstrance from the Tomb [ghostly figure in undergraduate's room, referencing Edward Moore's Aristotle's Ethics] [John Johnson 376] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Feb. 1877
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 387
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 150X137 mm

Photograph of The Sub [William Ince , Sub-Rector of Exeter College, as a Hussar and/or member of the Oxford University Rifle Volunteer Corps standing with left foot on shield of Exeter College] [no copy in John Johnson album, where '378' is blank'] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 388
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 122X198 mm

Photograph of Against the Wall [Eton College masters playing Wall Game] [JJ = 'The Eton Masters'] [John Johnson 379] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 389
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 180X133 mm

Photograph of The Guardian Angel [Hugo Daniel Harper, new Principal of Jesus College, as angel, hovering over Sherborne School where he was previously Headmaster, playing harp] [John Johnson 380] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 390
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X177 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools No. 15 [Herbert Kynaston, Principal of Cheltenham College, as a cello]; College in background] [John Johnson 381] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 391
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X191 mm

Photograph of Winchester Cathedral 'Pulpiteers' . Extracts from sermons, etc.[5 priests in stone pulpits] [John Johnson 382] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 392
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 122X155 mm

Photograph of Winchester Dons: this figure is called Anaphora [Henry Edward Moberly standing on plinth looking up towards the moon] [John Johnson 384] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 393
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X179 mm

Photograph of Winchester Dons: [Edmund William Sergeant standing in profile, with monocle, in classroom] [John Johnson 385] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 394
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X174 mm

Photograph of Winchester Dons: [William Andrewes Fearon, Headmaster, standing in study with map of Athens on banner in his hands, with other illusions to Greece] [John Johnson 386] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 395
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X155 mm

Photograph of Winchester Dons: Here endeth the portion of the scriptures appointed for the epistle [unidentifed priest, standing] [John Johnson 387] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 396
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 126X153 mm

Photograph of Winchester Dons: The Ridiculous. Sharp wits and a sharp pencil are all you require here. [Robert George Kensington Wrench standing next to a figure dressed as a joker] [John Johnson 388] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 397
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X167 mm

Photograph of W-nch-st-r Cathedral: A study. During the arch-deacon's sermon [unidentified, grim-faced priest, seated on wooden throne] [John Johnson 383] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 398
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 110X182 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 59: A Reverie past & present [John Matthias Wilson, President of Corpus Christi College, standing in front of Fellows Building, with top hat, smoking cigar, with Henry Octavius Coxe, Edwin Palmer, Archdeacon of Oxford, Reginald Pole, late Fellow of Corpus Christi College in the 'clouds', with John Keble, Thomas Arnold, and John Conington, all late of Corpus Christi College in the cigar smoke; college in background] [John Johnson 389] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 399
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X191 mm

Photograph of Let them go Messenger [Henry George Woods, Fellow of Trinity College and Senior Proctor, on a horse at Trinity College gate, plus man ('Messenger') with 3 bulldogs] [John Johnson 390] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 400
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 197X134 mm

Photograph of Study of Cocker and Bull Dog after L------r, compliments to Master Magrath] [Henry George Woods of Trinity College, Senior Proctor, as a cocker spaniel, with a decamping and defiant hare round the corner. Note: allusion to Edwin Landseer, painter] [John Johnson 391] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1877
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 401
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 192X197 mm

Photograph or print of The House, 1877: Coming events [large group of unidentified, but real, bowler-hatted men, plus one with crown, in Christ Church Tom Quad, discussing horse racing] [John Johnson 392] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1877
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 402
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 252X190 mm

Photograph of Fancy Portrait of the Rev. Boanerges Holdforth, the great anti-ritualistic Preacher [in the pulpit] [John Johnson 393] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1877
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 403
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X171 mm

Photograph of Herod Out-Heroded: Latin Church - English Church. The Present Day [2 opposing interior views] [JJ = 'Two Churches'] [John Johnson 394] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 404
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 201X135 mm

Photograph of Deformation - Reformation No. 1: House of God [2 opposing church interior views] [John Johnson 395] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 405
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 140X116 mm

Photograph of Deformation - Reformation No. 2: The Table [2 opposing views of altars] [John Johnson 396] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 406
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 148X123 mm

Photograph of Deformation - Reformation No. 3 [The Singers] [2 opposing views of church choirs] [John Johnson 397] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 407
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 143X100 mm

Photograph of Deformation - Reformation No. 4. Ringers [2 opposing views of bellringers] [John Johnson 398] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 408
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 143X121 mm

Photograph of Deformation - Reformation No. 5. Spiritual Pastors and Masters [2 opposing views of clergy in a series of vignettes] John Johnson 399] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 409
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 154X118 mm

Photograph of Deformation - Reformation No. 6. The Decent Font of Stone[2 opposing views of fonts] [John Johnson 400] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon 4o 413, fol. 410
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 143X124 mm

Shrimpton caricatures Volume 3
Date: c.1877-c. 1879
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 volume

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Photograph of Deformation - Reformation No. 7 [God's Acre] [2 views of churchyards] [John Johnson 401] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 411
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 150X114 mm

Photograph of Deformation -Reformation No. 8 Confirmation [2 views of confirmation] [John Johnson 402] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 412
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 150X116 mm

Photograph of Deformation - Reformation No. 10 [Christian Burial] [2 views of funeral service] [John Johnson 403] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 413
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 148X102 mm

Photograph of Deformation - Reformation No. 9 [Domestic Worship] [2 views of family prayers] [John Johnson 404] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 414
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 170X125 mm

Photograph of 'Baptismal Regeneration' [congregation sleeping through long sermon of 30 years ago] [John Johnson 595] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [?c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 415
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 124X133mm

Photograph of 'Evangelical Divine', Rev. Mephibosheth Bugsnorter and wife, Jemima Ann, on 'holiday' by the seaside [observing with contempt seated ritualistic clergyman reading prayer book] [John Johnson 405] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: May 1877
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 416
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 112X145 mm

Photograph of [Church vestments] Churchwarden Sparks and Mr. Snivelgrass [the former questioning the latter's choice of a 'comely surplice only ' as approved by the 'highest Ecclesiastical Court' in relation to his lack of shoes] [John Johnson 406] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: May 1877
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 417
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 140X108 mm

Photograph of How we treat non smokers [JJ = 'The Smoking Party'] [2 images: blowing smoke into room via keyhole; duplicate of fol. 79] [John Johnson 407] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 418
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X185 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 62: 'e Coll: Exon:' [John Prideaux Lightfoot, Rector of Exeter College, standing in the Quadrangle with Chapel as his body (Chapel built during his tenure)] [John Johnson 408] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 419
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X195 mm

Photograph of Guide to Cricket [8 humorous, mainly University-orientated scenes with allusions to cricket terminology] [John Johnson 409] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 420
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 170X143 mm

Photograph of [Oxford University [Rifle] Volunteer [Corps] Review No. 1] [4 mounted horses in countryside setting] [John Johnson 410] by [R.] [Da]vidson; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 421
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 198X100 mm

Photograph of [Oxford University [Rifle] Volunteer [Corps] Review No. 2] [another, more distant view of 4 mounted horses in countryside setting] [John Johnson 411] [by R. Davidson]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 422
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 184X92 mm

Photograph of Bobastes Furioso [JJ = 'Umbrella'] [borrowing or substituting of umbrellas at the [Oxford] Union causing complaints; standing man inspecting two umbrellas] [John Johnson 412] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 423
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X176 mm

Photograph of Trump Card [card game in Christ Church Hall with Henry Parry Liddon, Charles Abel Heurtley, Edmund Bouverie Pusey and Charles Carr Clerke, with Edward King and William Bright on the side, plus apparitions of Henry VIII and of Cardinal Wolsey] [John Johnson 414] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 424
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 195X129 mm

Photograph of The Exponent of Cricket and Aristotle [Thomas Case, Fellow of Brasenose College and former county cricketer for Middlesex, carrying heavy pile of books under his arm] [John Johnson 413] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 425
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X129 mm

Photograph of Honest John's [John Phelps, waterman] Dead-Heat, 1877 [The University Boat Race] [both crews: Cambridge: George Latham Davis, Charles ('Ottiwell') Duncombe Shafto, Thomas Edmund Hockin, Charles Gurdon, Leonard Gaskell Pike, William Brooks Close, Joseph Cyprian Fenn, Thomas William Lewis, President and Benedict George Hoskyns; Oxford: Francis Montague Beaumont, Henry Peter Marriott, Tom Cottingham Edwards-Moss, Alfred John Mulholland, Hewlett James Stayner, William Henry Grenfell, Herbert Pelham, John Melville Boustead, Denis Jacob Cowles; Mortlake Bank in background; the only dead heat to date] [John Johnson 415] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1877
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 426
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 187x133 mm

Photograph of Hint to 'Varsity and other Coaches' [JJ = 'Coaches'] [rowing: coaching from the towpath while under flood, using small boats for each foot] [John Johnson 416] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Mar. 1877
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 427
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 133X163 mm

Photograph of Bachelor's Arms [coat of arms contrasting the free and happy bachelor with the unhappy married man with child and chains of wedlock] [John Johnson 417] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 428
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 173X121 mm

Photograph of The Oriel Fathers [Henry Edward Manning, Edward Bouverie Pusey, John Henry Newman, John Keble and Samuel Wilberforce standing in line] [John Johnson 418] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 429
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 173X120 mm

Photograph of Essayists Reviewers, etc., etc. [Benjamin Jowett, Mark Pattison, Frederick Temple, Charles Kingsley, Arthur Penrhyn Stanley in Old Bodleian Quadrangle. cf. Essays and reviews published in 1860] [John Johnson 419] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 430
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 160X114 mm

Photograph of 'I request you My Lord Archbishop to Consecrate this Church' [JJ = 'Consecration'] [Vicar beseeching sceptical Primate] [John Johnson 420] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 431
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 158X120 mm

Photograph of Preachers: Broad [and] Moderate Evangelical [2 opposing images of preachers] [John Johnson 421] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 432
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 154X115 mm

Photograph of Rev. Marmaduke Tallboys …Rev. Ignatius Shorthorn [JJ =' Lecturn'] [tall and short preacher using same lecturn to advantage and disadvantage] [John Johnson 422] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 433
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X156 mm

Photograph of Rev. Elijah Sluggezzle [dissuading children to attend church practising 'Puseyism'] [John Johnson 423] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 434
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X164 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools No. 16: Diffusing Light [John Percival, Headmaster of Clifton College, standing, bent over at the waist, holding lantern bearing subjects taught, his shadow appearing more erect] [John Johnson 424] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 435
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X180 mm

Photograph of The Hoax at the House [JJ = 'Ch. Ch. Hoax'] [marginal note: hoax letters from Mills's friends using his name to call in numerous tradesmen for orders: (?) Barton Reginald Vaughan Mills and Hon. James Granville Adderley both of Christ Church with 3 unidentified friends, plus a multitude of tradesmen, including man with penny-farthing and chimney sweep. cf The Ch. Ch. hoax: a poem by an eye witness publ. by T. Shrimpton & Son, 1877] [John Johnson 425] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 436
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 195X128 mm

Photograph of Evangelical Churches - The Sermon [distracted or sleeping congregation in stalls and balcony] [John Johnson 426] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1877
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 437
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 148X117 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 63: The Début, 1877 [JJ = 'Public Orator'] [Thomas Francis Dallin, Fellow of Queens College, the newly appointed Public Orator, bowing and doffing mortar board in the Sheldonian Theatre] [John Johnson 427] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1877
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 438
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 119X178 mm

Photograph of 'Take a glass of wine, Peter'. See Little Mr. Bouncer [by Cuthbert Bede] [undergraduate observing his scout/servant drinking port from the former's decanter] [John Johnson 428] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 439
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X175 mm

Photograph of [The University Barge. Show up: University barges and boating crews being presented] [John Johnson 429] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 440
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 178X115 mm

Photograph of [The University Barge. Show up: University barges and boating crews being presented; another more distant view] [John Johnson 430] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 441
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 191X82 mm

Photograph of Benjamin Jowett, full profile, standing in study with Greek text (Plato) on table; Balliol College Chapel seen through window] [John Johnson 431] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 442
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 111X142 mm

Photograph of M.A. - D.D. [Edward Cholmely Jones of Magdalen College in a dress, with halo; holding crosier, mitre on floor by his feet with 'Venables' printed below and jug with 'A.H.' on it. cf. Sarah Jane Venables, widow, proprietor of the Mitre Hotel, High St.] [John Johnson 432] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 443
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 114X145 mm

Photograph of [Walter Hume Long of Christ Church on hunting horse with hound in countryside setting] [John Johnson 433] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 444
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 160X115 mm

Photograph of A Canon of St. Paul's [Henry Parry Liddon, full length, robed, standing, slightly bowing, with prayer book in hand] [John Johnson 434] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 445
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X178 mm

Photograph of [Unveiling of King Alfred's statue at Wantage] [John Johnson 435] by [R.] Davidson; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [14 Jul. 1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 446
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 133X92 mm

Photograph of [Richard Armstrong Yerburgh of University College as mounted polo player, with stick held aloft] [John Johnson 436] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 447
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 127X170 mm

Photograph of The Reformers [Benjamin Disraeli and Bishops John Jackson, William Jacobson, William Connor Magee, William Thomson, Archibald Campbell Tait, Charles John Ellicott, Edward Harold Browne, John William Burgon, plus 2 others in 'ecclesiastical court'] [John Johnson 437] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 448
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 170X115 mm

Photograph of Our Tutors No. 1: Aula St. Albani [William Charles Salter, Principal of St. Alban Hall, a 'stick' man with 'real head' and the Hall as his body] [John Johnson 438] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 449
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X185 mm

Photograph of Our Tutors No. 2: Aula St. Edmund [Edward Moore, Principal of St. Edmund Hall, a 'stick' man with a 'real head' and Hall as his body] [John Johnson 439] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 450
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X195 mm

Photograph of Poets of the Present Day [Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, William Morris, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Robert Browning, Matthew Arnold, Algernon Charles Swinburne (with flag of 'Song of the Standard' [a poem by him]), Alfred, Lord Tennyson] [John Johnson 440] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 451
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 163X110 mm

Photograph of [Edward Bouverie Pusey in the pulpit] [John Johnson 441] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 452
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 106X163 mm

Photograph of Philosophers of the Day [Herbert Spencer, Charles Robert Darwin, John Tyndal, John Stuart Mill, Thomas Henry Huxley, each displaying an image to represent their particular ideas] [vacant in John Johnson album, though caption and item number (442) present] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 453
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 153X106 mm

Photograph of Our Tutors No. 3: Ade Christi [Thomas Vere Bayne, Censor of Christ Church; a 'stick' man, but with 'real head', with books under each arm] [John Johnson 443] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 454
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X182 mm

Photograph of Our Professors No. 2: 'God save the Queen' [music] [Charles William Corfe, Choragus at Christ Church, conducting, baton held aloft; organ as his body] [John Johnson 444] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 455
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 114X176 mm

Photograph of Our Professors No. 4: [Henry James Maine, Corpus Professor of Jurisprudence, with sword in one hand and scales in the other] [John Johnson 445] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 456
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 122X173 mm

Photograph of Our Professors No 3: James Bowling Mozley, Regius Professor of Divinty, standing on chair with birds coming out of top hat] [John Johnson 446] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 457
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 117X173 mm

Photograph of Grand Polo Match Ch. Ch. v. BNC [JJ = 'The Polo'] [Julian Russell Story, Arthur William Rucker, Herbert Chase Green-Price and Edwyn Francis Scudamore Stanhope of Brasenose College; Walter Hume Long and John Edward Stocks of Christ Church playing polo on Merton Field; orig at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 42] [John Johnson 447] by F.L.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 458
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 239X163 mm

Photograph of St. John's College in ye olden time [King Charles I, Queen Henrietta, Prince Charles, and Archbishop William Laud in the Garden Quad] [John Johnson 448] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 459
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 176X124 mm

Photograph of 'There was a little man And he had a little gun…' [Thomas Henry Sheppard, Fellow of Exeter College, hunting with gun in the countryside. cf Mother Goose rhyme] [John Johnson 449] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 460
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X173 mm

Photograph of Our Tutors No. 4: [Robert William Raper, Fellow of Trinity College, on rocking horse] [John Johnson 450] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 461
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 109X162 mm

Photograph of In Memoriam [young woman in graveyard, placing wreath of flowers on gravestone with the letters 'SA…'] [John Johnson 451] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 462
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 116X150 mm

Photograph of Magdalen Worthies [Bishop George Horne, Bishop William Waynflete, Joseph Addison, Edmund Gibbon, Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, plus 3 unidentified individuals in Quad; chapel in background] [John Johnson 452] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 463
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 175X120 mm

Photograph of Our Tutors No. 5: [Henry Fanshawe Tozer, Fellow of Exeter College, on a white horse] [John Johnson 453] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 464
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 109X155 mm

Photograph of Our Tutors 6: [Charles James Coverly Price, Fellow and Mathematics Tutor of Exeter College, fencing] [John Johnson 454] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 465
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 111X157 mm

Photograph of A Love Feast: He enter'd a house in the midst of a crowd… [church interior scene with couples embracing; a devilish man with arm on shoulder of young woman wearing a bonnet; clerk in the pulpit being ignored. Perhaps an illusion to The love-feast, a poem, 1778] [John Johnson 455] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 466
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 152X120 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools No. 17: The Playhour [Harman Chaloner Ogle of Magdalen School playing (?) shinty; school in background] [John Johnson 456] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 467
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 122X166 mm

Photograph of Our Professors No. [ ] [Henry John Stephen Smith, Savilian Professor of Geometry, with top hat, bushy beard, clutching scroll] [John Johnson 457] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 468
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 98X162 mm

Photograph of 'Ritualistic Church of S. Sylvanus': Rev. Mephibosheth Bugsnorter and wife, Jemima, visit a' Temple of Baal' for instructive purposes to the astonishment of the congregation] [John Johnson 458] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Oct. 1877
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 469
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 118X161 mm

Photograph of The Postman's Mistake (after a well known picture) [Rev. Mephibosheth Bugsnorter at breakfast reading with horror the 'villainous' Church Times (delivered instead of the Rock)] [John Johnson 459] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Oct. 1877
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 470
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 108X142 mm

Photograph of It was a Dream [sketches of undergraduate fears regarding their studies and exams] [John Johnson 460] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 471
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 126X146 mm

Photograph of Night Before Smalls 'Arable Land' about to be Ploughed [undergraduate asleep at midnight having been drinking and reading 'Mr. Brown at the seaside', being rocked in chair by ghost of Edward Moore, Principal of St. Edmund Hall. Note; 'smalls' are examinations and 'ploughed' means failed] [John Johnson 461] by (?) G. White; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1877
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 472
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 154X110 mm

Photograph of Ploughed [undergraduate sitting in darkened room in front of fireplace, head in hands in abject failure] [John Johnson 462] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 473
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 132X128 mm

Photograph of The Vic [The Victoria Theatre, George Street; interior with 2 top-hatted men singing, one dancing woman, pianist in background; view of boxes and stalls] [John Johnson 463] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 474
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 132X117 mm

Photograph of A Modern Art Professor [John Ruskin blowing 2 hunting horns (trumpets), proclaiming self and Joseph Mallord WilliamTurner. Note: The caricaturist drew this cartoon while attending a Ruskin lecture, disliking the adoration with which he was held, especially by young women. He then promptly sold the pen-and-ink drawing to Shrimpton's [orig. in Morgan Library, New York] [John Johnson 464] [by Reginald Theodore Blomfield]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1877
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 475
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 113X141 mm

Photograph of A Ruskin 'A Rushin' [John Ruskin as a knight on a horse, sitting on a banner 'Fors Clavigera', 'charging' portrait by James Abbott McNeill Whistler 'A Symphony [Nocturne] of Black and Gold'; Fors Clavigera was a series of pamphlets published by Ruskin; Ruskin severely criticised Whistler's painting, resulting in a court case] [John Johnson 465] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 476
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 148X177 mm

Photograph of Mad Dogs (City of Oxford notice 'signed' by Robert S. Hawkins, dated 9 Nov. 1877, concerning uncontrolled dogs) [5 images of dogs controlled and uncontrolled] [John Johnson 466] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1877
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 477
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 141X113 mm

Photograph of Must request you Sir to return to your College and put your Dogs 'under prop[er] control' [policeman, plus Hugh Edward Pigott Platt, Junior Proctor of Lincoln College and Henry George Woods, Senior Proctor of Trinity College, and 4 bulldogs outside Parson's robe makers, No. 129, Carter's fish shop, No. 130, High St.] [John Johnson 467] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 478
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 155X110 mm

Photograph of We don’t want to fight but by jingo if we do…[John Bull on cliff top with money bags and ships moored on the coast, looking out towards 2 military men in a struggle overseas beneath leaden skies. Note: (?) a reference to the 'Great Eastern Crisis', 1875-8] [John Johnson 468] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 479
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 172X89 mm

Photograph of 'Our Life in the Highlands' [Henry George Liddell, Dean of Christ Church, wearing feathered bonnet with (?) wife and daughter being driven by Scotsman in a horse and cart] [John Johnson 469] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 480
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 155X109 mm

Photograph of Bicycling Sketches, 1877 [&] 1869 [11 images of cycling, penny-farthings and one 'boneshaker'] [John Johnson 470] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1877
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 481
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 123X115 mm

Photograph of [WIlliam Randall Lee of Trinity College, full length, dressed for tennis and holding racket to ground] [John Johnson 471] by 'B'; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 482
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X148 mm

Photograph of Ploughed [(back of) man looking towards ploughed field and leaden skies. Note: ploughed means failed exams] [John Johnson 472] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 483
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 138X101 mm

Photograph of A Protestant Clergyman at S. Albans, Holborn [with opposing image of] another Protestant clergyman listening to Father Stanton [with some dismay. Note: perhaps alluding to Alexander Heriot Mackonochie, the so-called 'Martyr of St. Alban's'] [John Johnson 473] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 484
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 136X111 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools No. 18: My First Love [Charles Henry Grundy of Magdalen College School, wearing sailor suit, holding model yacht, by the River Cherwell with Magdalen Tower in background] [John Johnson 474] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 485
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 118X170 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 64: Stepping Stones to History [James Franck Bright, Fellow of University College, on the middle of 3 steps to closed gateway of College, the steps recording historical periods] [John Johnson 475] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 486
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 112X165 mm

Photograph of Smalls on the brain [undergraduate's nightmare of 'Greats' exams while sleeping with steam engines on his bed and images of Greek and Latin authors as well as fiendish sprites. Note: smalls are exams] [John Johnson 477] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 487
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 135X110 mm

Photograph of Latest Thing in Ritualistic Millinery [bearded clergyman wearing new-style vestments (almost like a dress) with low, wide-brimmed hat; a follower behind and a traditional, dismayed (?) clergymen to the left] [John Johnson 476] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 488
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 124X162 mm

Photograph of Oxford University Cricket Club. [Alexander Josiah Webbe of Trinity College, cricketer, at the crease with exaggerated, wide stance] [John Johnson 478] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 489
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 154X119 mm

Photograph of A Good Old Sportsman [JJ = 'Tommy'] [Thomas Henry Sheppard of Exeter College, hunting in the countryside with gun and hound] [John Johnson 479] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 490
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 164X125 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools No. 19: A Young Arrival [Edward Mallet Young, Headmaster of Sherborne School; wearing shorts, holding books and writing slate; school in background] [John Johnson 480] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 491
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 116X167 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 65: 'Palmam qui meruit ferat' [Edwin Palmer, Corpus Professor of Latin, later (1878) Archdeacon of Oxford, in Christ Church Tom Quad] [John Johnson 481] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 492
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X165 mm

Photograph of Mr. G....e and the 'Dissipated Undergraduate' [William Ewart Gladstone standing with angry expression and James Edwin Thorold Rogers, Drummond Professor of Political Economy, seated at table with bottles, glasses and clay pipes, with arms held high as if in rage] [John Johnson 482] by T.R [monogram];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 493
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 126X161 mm

Photograph of Doing the Schools by Telephone [examinee at one end of phone, casually seated in his room; examiner seated at desk in study at the other end] of the line ('electric wire'). Note: Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone in 1876. Note: 'Schools' are examinations; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 15] [John Johnson 483] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 494
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 179X124 mm

Photograph of Comic War Map of Europe [JJ = 'Military'] [multiple images depicting unrest in Europe and the Near East with heads of state, etc., placed in their respective countries, many with speech bubbles indicating their stance, including Benjamin Disraeli and Otto von Bismarck], though William Ewart Gladstone is in Siberia!] [John Johnson 484] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 495
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 188X136 mm

Photograph of Down charge Jowler [Benjamin Jowett in Scottish hunting attire, with gun and hound] [John Johnson 485] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 496
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X149 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools No. 20: 'Want to shee wheels go round - see Helen's Babies [by John Habberton, 1876] [Charles Thomas Cruttwell, Fellow of Merton College and Headmaster of Bradfield School, with hoop and stick; school in background] [John Johnson 486] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 497
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 117X169 mm

Photograph of It did so tickle my fancy [Thomas Chamberlain, Vicar of St. Thomas, full length, laughing at sight of 'turnip-head' kneeling before priest in mirror] [John Johnson 487] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 498
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 124X172 mm

Photograph of Greats [undergraduate, seated, dreaming of ghostlike, encircling figures extolling the classics] [John Johnson 488] by (?)T.R [monogram];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 499
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X120 mm

Photograph of [JJ = 'The Coach'] [(?) wrongly captioned as Oxford-London stagecoach. Mr. Mansell proprietor; laden coach and four; 2 dogs in foreground; Radcliffe Camera and St. Mary's Church in dim distance] [John Johnson 489] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 500
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 192X123 mm

Photograph of 1st Oxford University Rifle Volunteer Corps [JJ = 'Parade on Green'][Martin Holdich 'Creeper' Green, Fellow and Librarian of Trinity College reclining, 'Gulliver-like' in front of Trinity Chapel with Volunteers, one on Green's back] [John Johnson 490] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 10 Mar. 1878
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 501
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 170X115 mm

Photograph of Bugsnorter at the Temple of Baal 2:… first sniff of Incense [choking in church his wife beside him] [John Johnson 491] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Mar. 1878
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 502
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 111X123 mm

Photograph of Bugsnorter at the Temple of Baal 3: flight of the Great Champion of Protestantism [leaving smartly with handerchief on nose, his wife retrieving his top hat] [John Johnson 492] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Mar. 1878
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 503
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 106X113 mm

Photograph of Treaty of Peace a la Russe [image representing Treaty of San Stefano between Russia and Turkey; also represented, Austria and Britain with Benjamin Disraeli] [John Johnson 493] by Spero.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Mar. 1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 504
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 157X126 mm

Photograph of The Oxford Proctors [Henry George Woods, Senior Proctor of Trinity College, saying 'No Popery' in front of St. Barnabas Church, with bulldogs (Proctors' men), one in hot pursuit of undergraduate. Note: newspaper cutting referring to 'evangelical' nature of the Proctors at the top of the image; orig. at University College] [John Johnson 494] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 505
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 102X148 mm

Photograph of Popular Preachers: Evangelical and Ritualistic [2 opposing images] of priests in the pulpit] [John Johnson 495] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Mar. 1878
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 506
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 103X148 mm

Photograph of The Celebrated Three Card Trick [8 leaders of Europe: Benjaimn Disraeli (England) , Otto von Bismarck (Prussia), Franz Joseph I (Austria) , Victor Emmanuel II (Italy) , Patrice de MacMahon (France) , Abdul Hamid II (Turkey), William 1 (German Emperor), playing cards, with Alexander II of Russia dealing] [John Johnson 496] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 507
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 171X 121 mm

Photograph of Peace at any Price - We will Fight for our Colours (re. Paris Treaty) [2 opposing images of the Bear and the Lion, with William Ewart Gladstone fleeing and John Bright standing firm on the one hand and Benjamin Disraeli and Gathorne Gathorne-Hardy ready to fight the Russians on the other] [John Johnson 497] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 508
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 176X123 mm

Photograph of A Distinguished Spouter [William Ewart Gladstone as spout on pump, issuing forth speeches into a lake of 'eloquence' with Benjamin Disraeli waiting on the bank for the flow to end] [John Johnson 498] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 509
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 160X123 mm

Photograph of Pleasing Episodes in Clerical Life 2 [finding the Easter Day sermon in one's pocket on Good Friday] [John Johnson 499] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Mar. 1878
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 510
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 87X154 mm

Photograph of Pleasing Episodes in Clerical Life 1 [a tall man preaching from new-fashioned, low, stone pulpit] [John Johnson 500] b]y M.C.V].; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Mar. 1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 511
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 105X123 mm

Photograph of Captain Fudge of the Royal North Wales Militia [admiring himself in mirror in a new helmet replacing old shaco] [John Johnson 501] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 512
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X145 mm

Photograph of Sunt hic quoque piae mia laude [John Henry Newman and Henry George Woods, Senior Proctor of Trinity College, on opposite ends of balustrade; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 13] [John Johnson 502] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 513
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 113X137 mm

Photograph of The Eights: A Block On The Bridge [bridge thronging with spectators following the rowers] [John Johnson 503] by R.P.P.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: May 187[8]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 514
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 178X88 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools No. 21: The Rossall Athlete [Herbert Armitage James, Headmaster of Rossall School, balancing on top of pathway iron railings as if tightrope walking; school in background] [John Johnson 504] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 515
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X122 mm

Photograph of The Beginning of a Good Story [George Noel Freeling offering (?) snuff to Edmund Arbuthnott Knox; respectively carrying a copy of the Church Times and The Rock ; Magdalen Tower in background] [John Johnson 505] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 516
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X175 mm

Photograph of An Amusing Confession [John Henry Newman and Edmund Bouverie Pusey in easy chairs, (?) laughing; a portrait of John Keble on wall; coal skuttle full of works of the saints] [John Johnson 506] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 517
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 165X135 mm

Photograph of [Eights Week] [6 images of rowing, some or all of which have appeared individully elsewhere in this collection] [John Johnson 507] [by R. Davidson]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 518
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X175 mm

Photograph of Gro(u)se Shooting In Scotland [Thomas Hodge Grose, Fellow of Queen's College, hunting grouse with gun and dogs, wearing tam o'shanter; orig. in Queen's College] [John Johnson 508] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 519
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 179X116 mm

Photograph of [Eights Week] [another 6 images of rowing, some or all of which have appeared individually elsewhere in this collection] [John Johnson 509] by R. Davidson; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 520
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 135X146 mm

Photograph of The Mystery Pole [re. Cyprus, with Benjamin Disraeli on top of the pole, wearing crown and waving flag, with John Bull grabbing William Ewart Gladstone's ear, casuing him to drop axe (to cut down pole). cf Cyprus Convention, June 1878] [John Johnson 510] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [June 1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 521
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 105X151 mm

Photograph of King Richard III. Act 1, Scene 1, Line 13 ['To the lascivious pleasing of a lute'] [Robert Ewing of St. John's College with 3 (numbered) chins, striking a funny, possibly dancing pose] [John Johnson 511] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 522
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 95X143 mm

Photograph of Sketch in the Schools [2 images of undergraduates, one with head in hands, one labelled 'Stumped'. Note: 'Schools' = Examination Schools] [John Johnson 512]
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 523
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 159X108 mm

Photograph of Toby [Albert Watson, Fellow of Brasenose College; profile of head; cf.Toby jug [see also no. 557] [John Johnson 513] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 524
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 60X95 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools [? No. 22]: Pole Jump [Algernon Barrington Simeon, Warden of St. Edward's School, Oxford, pole vaulting; school and chapel in background] [John Johnson 514] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 525
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X169 mm

Photograph of The Reverend Manasseh Scrabblesnakes giving his congregation a good 'shaking over the Pit' [preaching from the pulpit] [John Johnson 515] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 19 Sep 1878
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 526
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 113X148 mm

Photograph of In for a Ducking: A Sketch during The Eights [sinking of spectator's punt during rowing competition] [John Johnson 516] by R.P.P.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1878
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 527
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 183X104 mm

Photograph of A well fed Anglican [and] a half starved Ritualist [2 opposing images] [JJ album has hand coloured version as well] [John Johnson 517] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Sep. 1878
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 528
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 119X167 mm

Photograph of The Church [a cliff edge] [Fr. Montague Noel, Vicar of St. Barnabas, with Church Times under his arm and pulling wheeled model of St, Barnabas Church off the cliiff edge: 'A Roma' with the Dome of St. Peter's Basilica, and Alfred Millard William Christopher, Vicar of St. Aldates, with The Rock as rocks (stoppers) for each foot, preventing his falling off the cliff edge] [John Johnson 518] by A.H.S.B.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1878
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 529
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 184X120 mm

Photograph of Astronomy [Charles Pritchard, Professor of Astronomy, in front of The University Observatory in the University Parks] [John Johnson 519] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 530
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 110X151 mm

Photograph of Harvest Thanksgivings: Farmer Bubblestalks 'Confound these decorations' [re. decorations and especially sharp, protruding nails in his seat in the pews causing his 'pious wrath'] [John Johnson 520] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Sep. 1878
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 531
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 111X143 mm

Photograph of The Archiepiscopal Mitre - Scene: House or Lords [2 clergymen (backs of) discussing poor health of Archbishop Tait and 'the bill for closing Public Houses' on the Lord's day'] [John Johnson 521] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 532
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X154 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford [No. ? ]: Old King Cole was a merry old soul [Christian Frederick Cole of University College, playing banjo, wearing academic dress, in front of the Mitre Hotel in High St. (Sarah Jane Venables, widow, proprietor)] [Marginal note in Madan's hand: 'Christian Frederick Cole, B.A., Univ. Coll. Oxford, of the Inner Temple, native of Sierra Leone, West Africa and member of the Royal Asiatic Society' from 'Note in publisher's copy' (Madan). This note is recorded in the John Johnson copy, plus 'Oct. 29, 1879'; 'Old King Cole' is a English nursery rhyme dating back to at least 1708; orig. at MS. Eng. a. 2033, fol. 3] [John Johnson 522] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Oct. 1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 533
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 123X178 mm

Photograph of Punch and Judy booth [William Ewart Gladstone as Punch, Benjamin Disraeli as Judy] [John Johnson 523] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 534
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 117X169 mm

Photograph of Distinguished followers of S Peter fishing for souls [Frs. (?) Charles Meredith Octavius Parkinson, (?) William Barnard Humphrey and (?) James Black Gray fishing for goldfish (undergraduates) in 'Protestant Waters' with rods and net despite notice to members of the Romish Church to desist from such practices] [John Johnson 524] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 535
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 182X128 mm

Photograph of Oxford of the Future. Oxford Tramway Comp[any] [open-topped horse tram full of undergraduates in High St. in front of University College gateway. Note: Oxford Tramway opened in 1881] [John Johnson 525] by R.P.P.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1878
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 536
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 181X115 mm

Photograph of That Pass Examination did so well for me [undergraduate wearing mortar board, holding out pass slip: 'Ita Testamur'. Note: a 'testamur' was a certificate obtained from the Clerk of Schools to confirm the candidate had satisfied the examiners] [John Johnson 526] [by A.H.S.B].; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 537
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 122X156 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 66: Oriel Don Quixote [David Binning Monro, Fellow of Oriel College, surrounded by floating images of John Henry Newman, John Keble, Samuel Wilberforce, Richard William Church and Edward Bouverie Pusey, plus that of Edward Hawkins, Provost of Oriel College, in the waste paper basket below] [John Johnson 527] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 538
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X188 mm

Photograph of [George Granville Bradley, Master of University College; full length; in High. St., outside College front, holding top hat and umbrella] [John Johnson 528] by Bib.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 539
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 103X165 mm

Photograph of Pleasing Episodes in clerical life - to forget one's spectacles when taking duty in a dark old Church…[clergyman trying to find new lessons] [John Johnson 529] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 19 Sep 1878
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 540
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 113X143 mm

Photograph of The Challenge - the Fight - The Retreat [3 images of town and gown skirmishes, ending with townsfolk running away] [John Johnson 530] by R. Davidson; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Nov. 1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 541
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 176X119 mm

Photograph of [Nov. 5: town and gown skirmish outside Exeter College in Broad St.] [John Johnson 531] by R. Davidson; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Nov. 1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 542
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 138X99 mm

Photograph of Winner of the Queen's Prize (1878). [John Richard Magrath, newly appointed Provost of Queen's College, as a horse riden by William Thomson, Archbishop of York, who promoted him, being Provost himself, 1856-62, in front of The College on High St., looking NE; orig. in Queen's College] [John Johnson 532] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1878
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 543
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 180X119 mm

Watercolour of [Warden of Keble College, Edward Stuart Talbot; full length profile; wearing clerical vestments in Keble College Quad] [JJ version is also coloured, with a monochrome copy between items 922 and 923] [John Johnson 533] [Not known, but (?) commissioned by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.]
Date: 1878
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 544
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 116X191 mm

Photograph of Theology - Last Shot! Ploughed!! D..n!!! [angry undergraduate with mortar board impaled by right foot. Note: 'ploughed' means failed] [John Johnson 534] by A.H.S.B.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 545
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 127X158 mm

Watercolour of An Aesthetical Racquet Player [John Richardson Illingworth, Fellow of Jesus College and Tutor at Keble College; full length profile; holding racquet on shoulder] [JJ copy is also a watercolour] [John Johnson 535] [Not known, but (?) commissioned by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.]
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 546
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X176 mm

Photograph of Prize Birds [John Percival, President of Trinity College as of 1879 and Henry George Woods, Fellow of Trinity College and Senior Proctor, 1877-8, as cockerel and hen respectively atop and below wrought iron gate, looking towards Trinity College Chapel] [John Johnson 536] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 547
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 126X187 mm

Photograph of A Nocturne [John Ruskin with easel and paint brush, painting a scene on the River Isis (Thames), nr. Iffley, in the moonlight; barges in background; allusion to feud with James Abbott McNeill Whistler over the review of his painting, 'Nocturne in Black and Gold'] [John Johnson 537] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 548
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X174 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 67: Pembroke Worthies, Past and Present [Evan Evans, Master of Pembroke College and Vice-Chancellor with mace-bearer and Dr. Samuel Johnson outside College in Pembroke Square] [John Johnson 538] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 549
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 122X180 mm

Photograph of 'I will Remove your Gates' [Alfred Thomas Barton, Fellow of Pembroke College, on hands and knees, with wooden gate on his back with padlock, wearing smoking hat] [John Johnson 539] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 550
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 141X120 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools No. 23: The Early Bird [Arthur Henry Faber of Malvern College, climbing tree with bird's nest full of eggs; school in background] [John Johnson 540] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 551
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 108X191 mm

Photograph of Viva Voce [diminutive undergraduate reading Vergil ('his hair stood on end, with lump in his throat', Aeneid III.48) to 3 large and frightening examiners at the other end of the table] [John Johnson 541] by R.P.P.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1878
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 552
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 170X128 mm

Photograph of Rev. Wilford [John] Richmond [of] Keble College [standing, full length profile, against wall with hands in pockets] [John Johnson 542] by. E.G.C[oney];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 553
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X162 mm

Photograph of The Rev. F[rancis] J]ohn] Jayne [Fellow of Jesus College; head and shoulders; preaching from ornate pulpit] [John Johnson 543] by. E.G.C[oney];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1879
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 554
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 129X160 mm

Photograph of King Cole's Return. 'Home sweet Home' [Christian Frederick Cole in academic dress, holding rolled umbrella aloft back in native Sierra Leone, surrounded by excited indigenous peoples] [John Johnson 545] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 555
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 160X124 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford No. 67[a]: A (?) Native Production [JJ = 'Our boys'] [Hugo Daniel Harper, Principal of Jesus College, being held aloft under his arms by Queen Elizabeth I outside his College in Turl St.] [John Johnson 546] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 556
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 123X178 mm

Photograph of Toby [Albert Watson, Senior Bursar of Brasenose College; full length profile: orig at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 33, fol. 14] [cf. 'Toby jug' and no. 524] [John Johnson 547] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 557
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X163 mm

Photograph of Our (Oxford) Boys or Pillars of the Church [Pope Leo XIII holding hands with John Henry Newman on one side and Henry Edward Manning on the other; St. Peter's Basilica in Rome in background] [John Johnson 548] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 558
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X192 mm

Photograph of The Parson of the Period [William Bottomley Duggan, Vicar of St. Pauls, Oxford, with long beard, holding open umbrella in left hand, wearing flat, low-brimmed hat and cassock, held up daintily by right hand] [John Johnson 549] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 559
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 105X154 mm

Photograph of [Walter Lock, Tutor at Keble College, standing on chair in order to reach high, wooden lecturn] [John Johnson 550] by. E.G.C[oney];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1879
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 560
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 118X164 mm

Photograph of A Sketch in 'The High' [Brian Piers Lascelles of Magdalen College, 6 foot 10 in height; exaggerated full length portrait outside Queen's College, with boy with advertsing placard 'Trowsers to measure'] [John Johnson 551] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 561
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X183 mm

Photograph of [(?) William George Henderson, Fellow of Magdalen College; full length profile; standing with rolled umbrella, wearing top hat] [John Johnson 553] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 562
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 122X159 mm

Photograph of Hurrah! Ships-a-sailing [Alfred Berry, Principal of King's College, London, in sailor's clothes, sailing a 3-masted boat (cf. a clipper) in a tub] [John Johnson 554] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 563
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 177X122 mm

Photograph of Ye Ancient Mariner. Reginae erunt nutrices tuae [Queen's College motto] [John Richard Magrath, Provost of Queen's College, held like a child in the arms of a Queen Caroline under The Dome of the College; orig. in Queen's College] [John Johnson 552] [by A.H.S.B].; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1879
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 564
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X158 mm

Photograph of The Cherwell: 'Here are cool mosses deep …'[from The Lotos-Eaters by Alfred, Lord Tennyson); 2 men punting on the River Cherwell, near (?) Magdalen College School 2; dog on far bank] [John Johnson 555] by R.P.P.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 565
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 165X103 mm

Photograph of Pretty Souls! [2 'Cowley Fathers'] with arms beneath cloaks, dressed indentically, wearing flat, low-brimmed hats and flowing capes] [John Johnson 556] by F.T[ebbutt of Hertford College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1879
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 566
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 106X155 mm

Photograph of Vicars of St. Mary's - Past and Present [Edmund Salisbury Ffoulkes standing in front of St. Mary's with John William Burgon, John Henry Newman and Drummond Percy Chase as winged 'creatures' hovering around St. Mary's spire] [John Johnson 557] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: May1879
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 567
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X162 mm

Photograph of Reminiscences of Choir Lunch [John Henry Mee, Fellow of Merton College, musician, pouring drink into glass, with fish on platter] [John Johnson 558] [by A.H.S.B].; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1879
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 568
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 96X110 mm

Photograph of A Ride on the Brighton Sands [Charles Bigg, Principal of Brighton College on a donkey, boater blown off] [John Johnson 559] Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 569
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 152X115 mm

Photograph of Your Name & College Sir! [4 'bulldogs' and Proctor confronting the 'giant', Brian Piers Lascelles of Magdalen College; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78. fol. 1] [John Johnson 560] by F.T[ebbutt of Hertford College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1879
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 570
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 150X105 mm

Photograph of Mr. Zephaniah Tymidsmug of University College [praying prostrate under chaise longue 'on the 5th November last on hearing distractions in the 'High'] [a reference to the 'traditional' town and gown skirmishes on Bonfire Night] [John Johnson 561] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 571
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 157X128 mm

Photograph of [smoking undergraduate approached after dark on corner of street by Proctor and 2' bulldogs' cf. No. 609] [(?) corner of St. Mary's Passage and High St.] [John Johnson 562] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 572
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 114X115 mm

Photograph of Notes of Virgil Lectures (No.1) : 'Arma virum que cano…' [first line in Vergil] [Thomas Francis Dallin, Fellow of Queen's College and Public Orator at lecturn] [John Johnson 563] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 573
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 107X136 mm

Photograph of Aesthetic Culture (from a gross point of view). [Thomas Hodge Grose, Fellow and Tutor of Queen's College, standing, hands crossed on chest, looking down on small statue of a 'Venus'] on small display table [marginal note: 'suppressed'] [John Johnson 564] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 574
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 127X129 mm

Photograph of Church Portrait Gallery: The Reverend Sophronius Grizzlegourd S.S.C.[full length profile, holding pince nez in right hand] [mariginal note: 'end of publisher's 3rd vol.' at this point which corresponds with JJ album] [John Johnson 565] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 575
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 110X142 mm

Photograph of P. Ratt & Co, Clerical Milliners. Mrs. Dovedale (newly married) to Mr. D. [wearing wide-brimmed hat] 'do buy that lovely crimson chasuble...' [in shop window] [John Johnson 566] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 576
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X160 mm

Photograph of Aristotle's Poetics No. 2 [Edward Moore, Principal of St. Edmund Hall, weeping at lecturn, bemoaning loss of Greek heroes] [John Johnson 567] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 577
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 116X114 mm

Photograph of Lions of the O. U. M. C. [Walter Parratt, organist and William Frederick Donkin, violinist, (both) of Oxford University Musical Club and both of Magdalen College, playing piano and violin respectively] [John Johnson 568] by. E.G.C[oney];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1879
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 578
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X155 mm

Photograph of Don’t Bucket. Bow. Hands Out. Seven. Keep it Long. Look Ahead Sir!!! [William Leonard Courtney, Fellow of New College, coaching on the towpath] [John Johnson 569] by. E.G.C[oney];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1879
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 579
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 117X160 mm

Photograph of Henry The Eight's Theatre S[t.] Barnabas - Comedy of Errors - Behind The Scenes [two boys giggling on seeing Fr. Montague Noel checking back of his vestments in mirror] [John Johnson 570] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 580
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X133 mm

Photograph of A Tragedy of ye Antient Tyme [1] [Wadham College row over the refusal of a concert during Eights Week, 19-23 May: a line of angry dons and 4 undergraduates in front of College, all with humorous countenances. See Oxford & Cambridge Undergraduate's Journal, 29 May 1879, p. 434] [John Johnson 571] by F.T.[Francis John Tebbutt of Hertford College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [May 1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 581
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 155X118 mm

Photograph of A Tragedy of ye Antient Tyme [2] [Wadham College row: undergraduates threatening to deface books with jam and pouring mint sauce over the sub-warden, plus the punishment promised for spies] [John Johnson 572] by F.T.[Francis John Tebbutt of Hertford College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [May 1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 582
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 156X118 mm

Photograph of A Tragedy of ye Antient Tyme [3] [Wadham College row; porter ringing bell in fear of his life; 3 undergraduates being 'sent down'] [John Johnson 573] by F.T.[Francis John Tebbutt of Hertford College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [May 1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 583
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 165X128 mm

Photograph of [George Rawlinson, Fellow of Exeter College and Camden Professor of Ancient History; full length profile, holding a copy of his Herodotus under right arm] [John Johnson 574] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 584
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 96X164 mm

Photograph of Philology [Archibald Henry Sayce, Fellow of Queen's College; full length profile in front of his College, with copy of 'Revision Committee, Westminster' (viz. revising the King James version of the Bible) under left arm and cat at his feet] [John Johnson 575] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 585
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X156 mm

Photograph of [Bicycles: 6 images of penny-farthing rider, ending in an accident; (?) George Anthony King of Corpus Christi College] [John Johnson 576] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 586
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 162X 121 mm

Photograph of 'The Book before me' [Robert Lowes Clarke, Fellow of Queen's College, reading Greek text at desk] [John Johnson 577] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 587
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X97 mm

Photograph of A Plump un-pleasing Person' - H.M.S. Pinafore [Robert Ewing of St. John's College, in maid's clothes, holding mortar board in left hand, dropping DCL admission ticket with right. Note: Gilbert & Sullivan operatta first performed in 1878. cf. Captain Corcoran's comment about Little Buttlecup, a Portsmouth 'bumboat woman'] [John Johnson 578] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1879
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 588
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 112X191 mm

Photograph of Zealous Curate [(?) Edward Conduitt Dermer; re- non baptism of child, to which his mother replies that he has been 'Waccinated'] [John Johnson 579] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 589
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 111X146 mm

Photograph of Gentle Curate [?) Edward Conduitt Dermer; questioning youngsters on the Sacraments relating to baptism] [John Johnson 580] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 590
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X146 mm

Photograph of 'Where are you going to my pretty maid' ['Puss in Boots' addressing female cat in maid's clothing about to attend a lecture on the 'total extinction of man' …'Advanced women don't marry...she said.']. Note: title is a popular nursery rhyme] [John Johnson 581] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 591
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 109X132 mm

Photograph of Presented to Keble [John Archibald Shaw Stewart of Keble College at the table with food and drink presented to College, along with clock] [John Johnson 582] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 592
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X137 mm

Photograph of a 'Friar of Orders Grey' (see 'Rock') [ritualistic priest posting a letter to Malvern House, Buxton] [John Johnson 583] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 593
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 109X142 mm

Photograph of [Edward Bouverie Pusey preaching in St. Mary's Church with Henry George Liddell, Edward King, William Bright, Charles Abel Heurtley, Thomas Fowler, Edwin Palmer, Henry Parry Liddon, Francis Knyvett Leighton, Robert Bullock Marsham, William Jackson, Sir Henry Wentworth Acland, Edward Hartopp Cradock, Richard Lynch Cotton, George Granville Bradley, John Prideaux Lightfoot, Frederick Bulley, Benjamin Jowett, James Edwards Sewell, John Richard Magrath, Montagu Burrows, Mark Pattison, Drummond Percy Chase, Edward Stuart Talbot, Edward Moore, Monier Monier-Williams, Bonamy Price, Charles Henry Olive Daniel, James Bellamy, Evan Evans, Richard Michell, Charles Williams, Samuel William Wayte, Henry Hubert Cornish, Batholomew Price, William Stubbs, James Edwin Thorold Rogers, John Obadiah Westwood, Thomas Leslie Papillon, Gathorne Gathorne-Hardy, Matthew Arnold, William Ewart Gladstone, Edward Henry Stanley, Friedrich Max Müller, John Ruskin, all in congregation]. [see also 984; orig at MS. Top. Oxon a. 78, fol. 43] [John Johnson 'A', between 533 and 534] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [?1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 594
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 250X197 mm

Photograph of [Radcliffe Square: Radcliffe Camera, Brasenose College and St. Mary's Church in the background; assembled University worthies: Archibald Henry Sayce, James Legge, Friedrich Max Müller, John William Burgon, William Walter Merry, George Rolleston, Henry Boyd, William Ince, Henry Fanshawe Tozer, John Fielder Mackarness, William Archibald Spooner, George Rawlinson, Charles Henry Olive Daniel, John Archibald Shaw Stewart, Hugh Edward Pigott Platt, William Inge, Henry George Woods, Hugo Daniel Harper, George William Kitchin, Robert Bullock Marsham, Robert George Livingstone, William Frederick Foxcroft Jones] [John Johnson 'B', between 533 and 534] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [?1877]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 595
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 189X248 mm

Photograph of What Is Profit [Bonamy Price of Worcester College and Professor of Political Economy, and Edward Purcell of Lincoln College questioning undergraduate, at opposite end of table] [John Johnson 586] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 596
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 138X108 mm

Photograph of Pleasing Episodes in Clerical Life [upsetting ink bottle on large volume above wardrobe onto surplice just before service] [John Johnson 587] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 597
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 111X159 mm

Photograph of Glimpses of Ritualistic Life, 'The Puseyite Poke' [2 ritualistc clergymen in pious, bowed procession] [JJ album also includes hand coloured version] [John Johnson 588] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Oct. 1879
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 598
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X133 mm

Photograph of A Benediction! [young clergyman bowing on knees before haughty bishop] [John Johnson 589] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Oct. 1879
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 599
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X148 mm

Photograph of 'Pinafore' as acted at the Sheldonian Theatre, June 1879 [degree ceremony with Arthur Henry Spens-Black and Bernhard Ringrose Wise (both) of Queen's College and Robert Ewing of St. John's College in the gallery, Ewing holding banner with the words 'Chorus - And so say his sisters' (allusion to Gilbert & Sullivan's operetta, H.M.S. Pinafore, Sir Joseph Porter's song); orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 25] [John Johnson 590] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1879
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 600
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 181X133 mm

Photograph of Great Guns of Oxford [unnumbered new style; in JJ version entitled 'Select Preachers'] [James Fraser, Anthony Wilson Thorold, Brooke Foss Westcott, John Charles Ryle, George Salmon and William Walter Merry as winged creatures hovering around Henry Parry Liddon in pulpit in the centre; all 'Select Preachers' at Oxford University; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 33, fol. 12] [John Johnson 596] [by (?) Sheldon]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879] [(?) c. 1884]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 601
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X159 mm

Photograph of A Word Picture [drawing room, richly decorated; recitation by lead figure to 4 disinterested men] [JJ version is entitled 'Aesthetic'] [John Johnson 604] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 602
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 162X118 mm

Photograph of The War-Don [Edward Stuart Talbot of Keble Collgee; full length profile; in military uniform] [no copy in John Johnson album] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 603
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 123X191 mm

Photograph of Humble Pie [Robert Ewing of St. John's College on a children's high chair, dressed like a child, eating 'humble pie'; orig at. MS. Top. Oxon. a.78, fol. 26] [John Johnson 591] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 414, fol. 604
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 124X183 mm

Shrimpton caricatures Volume 4
Date: c. 1878 - c. 1881
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 volume

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Photograph of Oxford Sketches [canvas on easel, with pallets, etc. in the form of an advert. cf. S. P. Hall's 'Oxford Sketches'] [John Johnson 725] by (?) J.G. Sparrow; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1881
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 605
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X152 mm

Photograph of Like Father like Son (?) [2 men walking, the older with rolled umbrella holding onto younger with walking stick; iron railings in background] [John Johnson 605] by F.T[ebbutt of Hertford College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1879
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 606
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 154X115 mm

Photograph of Ye Freshere [undergraduate walking with (?) mother and father on either side] [John Johnson 606] by F.T[ebbutt of Hertford College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1879
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 607
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 154X114 mm

Photograph of [Hunting scene in the countryside; Henry Ramsden Bramley, Fellow of Magdalen Collgee, on horse, top hat blown off, hound in front] [John Johnson 607] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 608
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 190X118 mm

Photograph of The Course of True Love etc. [a couple: (?) undergraduate smoking with his arm around young woman's waist, outside house No. 59, (location not identified, possibly Longwall St., corner of High St.), being watched by disapproving Proctor around the corner of the lamp-lit street at night cf. No. 572] [John Johnson 608] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 609
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X145 mm

Photograph of A hint to all freshmen etc. who wish to be taken for senior men!!! N.B. Only a pair of scissors wanted [back of undergraduate with torn gown and mortar board] [John Johnson 609] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 610
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 110X144 mm

Photograph of Dame Oxford's Dream of the Future ['nightmare' scene in billowing clouds, depicting seated woman in (?) Jacobean chair and wearing Jacobean clothes, surrounded by images of laden Oxford tram; undergraduate couple, the woman being an undergraduate herself; (?) St. Mary's spire; and devilish figures pronouncing vices and subjects studied] [John Johnson 610] by (?) T. B.;Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 611
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 201X129 mm

Photograph of Harvay's Sleeping Draught [re Henry Auber Harvey, Vicar of St. Mary Magdalen and medicine bottle 'sold at 'Martyrs' Memorial Dispensary', the church being adjacent to it] [Joh Johnson 611] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 612
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X200 mm

Photograph of [The 'giant,' Brian Piers Lascelles of Magdalen College, yachting, with legs overhanging bow of yacht, fishing line attached to left shoe] [John Johnson 612] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 613
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 155X128 mm

Photograph of The 'Union' of the Future. The ladies have the last words as of old. 'Dixitque novissima verba'. Virgil. Aeneid, iv, 1.650 [ 'she spoke her final words' - Queen Dido] [almost empty debating room but including female speaker, a woman sitting next to President, another woman shouting 'divide' ] [John Johnson 613] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 614
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 165X107 mm

Photograph of The Keble Pussy(Pusey)ite [Arthur Temple Lyttleton, Tutor at Keble College, as a cat with sandwich board bearing George Augustus Selwyn's portrait; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 39] [John Johnson 614] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 615
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X181 mm

Photograph of A Canon of St. Paul's [Henry Parry Liddon: full length profile; head slightly bowed] [John Johnson 615] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 616
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 117X173 mm

Photograph of [Miss Gilchrist; head and shoulders; face-on, hair tied back, oval pendant over lace collar. (?) Constance ('Connie') MacDonald Gilchrist, artist's model and actress] [JJ album also includes hand coloured version] [John Johnson 616] by. E.G.C[oney];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1879
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 617
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X154 mm

Photograph of [JJ title 'Lascelles on ice'] [The 'giant', 6 foot 10, Brian Piers Lascelles of Magdalen College, skating on frozen river with others between and around his legs] [John Johnson 617] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 618
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 131X180 mm

Photograph of 'Canon of the Mass' [3 images of ex-Roman Catholic, Mr. Walsh, Oxford correspondent to The Rock: inspecting (? ) St.Paul's Church, Oxford, exterior; then interior; and writing to The Rock at a desk] [John Johnson 618] by C.J.S.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 619a
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 180X109 mm

Photograph of Don Imagining Himself a Sanguinary Mushroom. A Fact!! [Ingram Bywater of Exeter College, seated under his umbrella in College Quad] [John Johnson 619] by F.T[ebbutt of Hertford College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1879
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 619b
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 158X117 mm

Photograph of An Attack In the Rear [Oxford University Rifle Volunteer Corps; volunteer on manoevres in countryside, suspended from branch by seat of his trousers] [John Johnson 620] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 620
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 143X120 mm

Photograph of The 'Militaire' Style much affected by youthful Divines in our day [clergyman with monocle and 'handle-bar' moustache at lecturn] [John Johnson 621] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Dec. 1879
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 621
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 118X173 mm

Photograph of [Clergy in Christ Church Cathedral choir stalls: Charles Abel Heurtley, William Bright, Edwin Palmer, Evan Evans, John Fielder Mackarness, William Ince, Edward King, Edward Bouverie Pusey, Henry George Liddell] [John Johnson 622] by F.L.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 622
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 230X156 mm

Photograph of Oxford Nincompoopiana [2 aesthetes seated in high back chairs opposite each other, drinking tea in room with flowered wallpaper, discussing the colour of fields, trees, the sky (peacock blue) and a nightingale, etc. cf. George du Maurier's cartoon on aestheticism in Punch, 20 December 1879, p. 282] [John Johnson 623] [by Herbert Delaval Astley of Christ Church];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 623
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 172X134 mm

Photograph of Scientific Frontier - vide Suez Canal [Benjamin Disraeli as blacksmith, having forged swords and rifles into a square and William Ewart Gladstone with a pail of 'Midlothian' water. cf. the Urabi Revolt, 1879-82] [John Johnson 624] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 624
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 131X160 mm

Photograph of Good day friend Benjamin! Hard times these! [Benjamin Disraeli on donkey meeting William Ewart Gladstone on a horse, who greets him 'Got notice to quit I hear' Note: Gladstone became Prime Minister for the second time on 23 April 1880] [John Johnson 625] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 625
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 170x125 mm

Photograph of [Henry George Liddell, Dean of Christ Church in University gown, wearing mortar board and Mrs. Liddell in billowing dress - full length, back view] [marginal note: 'suppressed'] [John Johnson 626] [by Herbert Delaval Astley of Christ Church];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 626
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X166 mm

Photograph of [John Percival, President of Trinity College, with sandwich board announcing 'schools'; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 32] [John Johnson 628] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 627
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X206 mm

Photograph of [Alfred James Green, University Marshal, as a bulldog, with real bulldog, both tethered to the Clarendon Building railings at the corner of Catte St.] [John Johnson 627] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 628
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 123X180 mm

Photograph of The handsome Ritualistic Priest arrayed in purple and fine linen, irresistible with the 'Devout woman' [standing, at prayer, before altar] [JJ album also includes hand coloured version] [John Johnson 629] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 629
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 124X154 mm

Photograph of Fee Fo Fum I Smell the Blood of a Univ Man [JJ has 'Little Shaver Poem' next to image] [Albert Sidney Chavasse, Fellow of University College and Senior Proctor, with cut throat razor, chasing undergraduate with 2 bulldogs down alleyway [(?) Logic Lane] next to University College. Note: title from the nursery rhyme, Jack the Giant Killer or from Shakespeare's King Lear, Act 3, Sc. 4, p. 8; orig. at University College] [John Johnson 630] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 630
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 164X137 mm

Photograph of The Cherub Choir (after Sir Joshua Reynolds) [Henry Philpotts, Alexander Penrose Forbes, Walter Farquhar Hook, Isaac Williams, Robert Milman, in a circle of heads; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 35] [John Johnson 631] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 631
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 134X185 mm

Photograph of Duty Before Decency [(?) Torpids rowing scene: encouragement from spectators in barges and from 2 men with trousers rolled up, running in the foreground at and in the water's edge] [John Johnson 632] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 632
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 175X117 mm

Photograph of Agit Ipse Furentem in Somnis Ferus Examinator [dream of savage examiner] [JJ version entitled 'Plough'] [undergraduate in bed dreaming of iron plough being worked by winged, grotesque examiners; others in exams in background with a Viva Voce taking place. Note: 'plough' alludes to failed exam] [John Johnson 633] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 633
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 166X136 mm

Photograph of The Modern Resurrection Man and Forms of Ancient Life [George Rolleston, Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, as Hamlet holding skull - re Roman remains recently discovered on the site of Oxford Sewage Farm at Littlemore] [John Johnson 634] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Mar. 1880
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 634
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 118X196 mm

Photograph of O.U.B.C. 1880 [George Duncan Rowe of University College., President of Oxford University Boat Club, wearing cap, blazer, etc.; full length; Quad in background] [John Johnson 635] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1880
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 635
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X174 mm

Photograph of Homer Lecture [Frederick William Spurling of Keble College at his desk, lecturing on Homer and referring to a donkey (small images above). Note: a reference to a braying donkey outside his window while lecturing] [cf. no. 776] [John Johnson 636] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 636
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X160 mm

Photograph of Almost good enough for the 'Vic' [Henry Irving in dramatic pose with curtains behind]. Note: Presumably the Victoria Theatre, George Street, as opposed to the Royal Victoria Hall in London [John Johnson 637] [by Herbert Delaval Astley of Christ Church];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 637
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 99X161 mm

Photograph of He explained how writing begins with pictures and objects…' see The Times, Feb. 13 [Archibald Henry Sayce of Queen's College lecturing at the London Institution on the development of language, using a blackboard; 3 children mimicking him on their blackboards below]; orig. at MS Top. Oxon. a. 33, fol.1 - see also Oxford & Cambridge Undergraduate's Journal, 19 Feb. 1880, p. 255] [John Johnson 638] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Feb. 1880
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 638
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 135X202 mm

Photograph of The Society for the Suppression of Vice [Proctor with 3 'bulldogs' walking along leafy pathway at night] [John Johnson 639] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 639
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X168 mm

Photograph of Oxford Twenty Years Hence [3 female undergraduates in High St., one with copy of John Stuart Mill's Logic, the second smoking and the third holding tennis racquet; glimpse of Queen's College in the backgound. cf. 'Oxford in 20 years' time ('Shrimpton's window'), Oxford & Cambridge Undergraduates' Journal, Jan. 29, 1880] [John Johnson 640] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1880
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 640
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 117X127 mm

Photograph of The Venerable Martyr of Clewer [Editor of the Rock preparing Thomas Thelluson Carter, Vicar of Clewer, to be 'burnt at the stake'; the Editor of the Church Times taking notes; Dr. Frederick Julius, a parishoner of Clewer lighting the stake in the background, following House of Lords judgement on 22 March 1880 against him (Carter), thus forcing him to resign. See aslo Oxford & Cambridge Undergraduate's Journal, 5 June 1879, p. 459] [John Johnson 641] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Mar. 1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 641
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 117X163 mm

Photograph of Orpheus, when a youth, shews his taste for music to the great delight of his father King Oeagrus [flute-playing Orpheus about to be struck by mace-bearing King] [John Johnson 642] by F.T.[Francis John Tebbutt of Hertford College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1880
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 642
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 179X128 mm

Photograph of Orpheus by his sweet minstrelsy charmeth ye birds, beasts, & trees, and causeth ye stones to build themselves into a wall [banjo playing Orpheus on stile using his magical powers] [John Johnson 643] by F.T.[Francis John Tebbutt of Hertford College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1880
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 643
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 172X129 mm

Photograph of Orpheus with some shades, is conveyed across ye Styx by Charon. Ye wyndes contrarie [Orpheus with banjo in small steamer negotiating stormy seas] [John Johnson 644] by F.T.[Francis John Tebbutt of Hertford College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1880
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 644
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 178X133 mm

Photograph of Orpheus seeking of Pluto admittance to Hades [banjo playing Orpheus with steamer moored in distance and (?) his father King Oeagrus scowling from window above] [John Johnson 645] by F.T.[Francis John Tebbutt of Hertford College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1880
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 645
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 175X129 mm

Photograph of [Oxford by-election hustings, 8 May 1880] [2 opposing images with portraits: 'Vote for [Alexander William] Hall', Conservative, with George Herbert Morrell, in High St., outside The Mitre Hotel; and 'Vote for [Sir William] Harcourt and Joseph William Chitty', Liberals] [John Johnson 646] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [May 1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 646
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 226X127 mm

Photograph of [Alexander William Hall; M.P. for Oxford; full length; on boarded, wooden floor/stage; same portrait as in fol. 646] [John Johnson 647] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [May 1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 647
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 134X194 mm

Photograph of [Benjamin Jowett: head and shoulders; face-on] [John Johnson 648] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 648
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 103X153 mm

Photograph of A new use for Liddell and Scott (By the aid of S. Hall). Mr. S. Spooner…reads with Ladies & Gentlemen for Classical Moderations..[Spooner and female student in very close contact - presumably a play on the word 'spooning', rather than illusion to the Warden of New College (William Archibald Spooner); (?) allusion to S. P. Hall, caricaturist] [John Johnson 649] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 649
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 165X119 mm

Photograph of Old Clo' [Benjamin Disraeli as rag-and-bone man carrying 'rags of foreign policies, ministers' breeches and cow tails from Zululand' in sack over shoulder. Note: Anglo-Zulu Wars in 1879] [John Johnson 650] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 650
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 122X185 mm

Photograph of [William Ewart Gladstone on a bench with his (adult) son Herbert, a lecturer at Keble College, in children's clothes on his knee, Gladstone senior holding birdcage with birds labelled 'Leeds' and 'Midlothian'. Note: Gladstone was elected M.P. for Midlothian and adopted as a candidate for Leeds. As lawfully he could only serve one constituency, his son, Herbert became M.P. for Leeds] [John Johnson 651] by. E.G.C[oney];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1880
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 651
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X181 mm

Photograph of Theatre Royal Westminster…Liberal Government! [spoof poster proclaiming various acts to be performed by members of the government: Gladstone, Derby, Bradlaugh, Bright, Parnell, Hartington, organised by John Bull and 'totally regardless of consequences' and 'nothing to pay'] [John Johnson 652] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 652
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 78X196 mm

Photograph of Wanted - More Proctors [Henry Francis Pelham of Exeter College and Senior Proctor, 1879-80, holding notice with the afore-mentioned words] [John Johnson 653] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 653
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 103X176 mm

Photograph of A Roman Triumph [chariots, horses, legionnaires, bulls, elephant, brass band, processing in multitudes around arena] [JJ album also has one of a larger size, as Madan noted as being in 'publisher's copy'] [John Johnson 654] by F. Anstey; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1880
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 654
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 180X122 mm

Photograph of The Union [Smoke Room; members drinking tea, playing chess, reading papers ( Standard, Sportsman and Church Times, copy of Punch on the floor] [John Johnson 655] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 655
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 192X122 mm

Photograph of A Divinity Lecture: a sketch in the Cathedral [William Ince, Canon of Christ Church, in the pulpit overseeing bored/sleepy undergraduates in the pews] ]John Johnson 656] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1880
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 666
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 149X115 mm

Photograph of The Reverend Aloyoius Gulloolly (Priest of the Society of the Holy Cross) [pointing 'plump and pretty' female Puseyite to confessional] [JJ album also includes hand coloured version] [John Johnson 657] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 667
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X166 mm

Photograph of 'Under Grads'. Little Maggs (Wadham [College]): I quite expected that you would have got a first class …Honbl. Spynks (Magdalen [College]: I prefer taking a gentlemanly third [on Magdalen Bridge] [John Johnson 658] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: May 1880
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 668
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X149 mm

Photograph of A Choice between two evils [2 opposing images: priest in very long and very short surplice] [John Johnson 659] by M.C.V.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 669
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 146X118 mm

Photograph of [Henry George Liddell; Dean of Christ Church full length; large head] [John Johnson 660] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 670
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X161 mm

Photograph of [Albert Sydney Chavasse, Fellow of University College and Senior Proctor, up a ladder, perforce returning to his room at night via the window as his front door had been 'screwed' tight by undergraduates; (?) view along Magpie Lane; 'bulldog' in distance with glimpse of St. Mary's Church; orig. at University College] [John Johnson 661] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 671
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 127X165 mm

Photograph of [University College; rooms to let] [Albert Sydney Chavasse, Fellow and Senior Proctor and George Granville Bradley, Master of University College, outside College with sandwich boards advertising bed and breakfast and lodgings, but no 'screws' admitted. Viz. the rustication of the whole College following the screwing up of an oak (front door) of the tutor, Chavasse. See Oxford & Cambridge Undergraduate's Journal, 20 May 1880, p. 426] [John Johnson 662] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [May 1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 672
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 185X133 mm

Photograph of The Senior Proctor was obliged to return to his rooms by the window with the aid of a ladder. Standard May 14 [Albert Sydney Chavasse of University College; orig. at University College] [John Johnson 663] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [May 1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 673
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 129X192 mm

Photograph of Were determined to treat the matter with the utmost clemency and there-fore have decided to send the whole College down. [JJ version entitled 'going away'] [George Granville Bradley, Master, and James Franck Bright, of University College, sending away undergraduate in Cape of Good Hope horse and cab. cf. rustication of all University College undergraduates; orig. at University College] [John Johnson 664] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [May 1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 674
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 174X122mm

Photograph of Tale of a Screw [7 images relating to incident at University College re closing down/rustication: Albert Sydney Chavasse, Senior Proctor, James Franck Bright and George Granville Bradley, Master, clutching The Times, publishing his letter, dated May, 19, 1880] [JJ album also includes larger version as does the publisher's copy according to Madan's note] [John Johnson 665] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [May 1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 675
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 176X133 mm

Photograph of Strange Appearance of University College on Saturday Evening, May 15, 1880 [locked gateway to College with 'rooms to let' notices] [John Johnson 666] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [May 1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 676
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 186X119 mm

Photograph of University College May 15th 1880 [details of 'rooms to let' notice on College wall - terms moderate] [John Johnson 667] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [May 1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 677
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 162X136 mm

Photograph of [JJ version entitled 'The welcome back again'] [University College gateway; James Franck Bright, George Granville Bradley, Master, and Albert Sydney Chavasse, Senior Proctor, with Lilliputian undergraduates crowding outside gateway; orig. at University College] [John Johnson 668] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [May 1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 678
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 185X124 mm

Photograph of The University S[ca]veng[e]rs. [Albert Sydney Chavasse of University College, Senior Proctor, Robert Ewing and Frederick Edward Warren, Junior Proctor, both of St. John's College, sweeping and mopping up of bad habits: rustication, fines, immorality, vice, billiards, tandems; orig. at University College] [John Johnson 669] by. E.G.C[oney];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [May 1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 679
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 187X132 mm

Photograph of Portrait of the Revd. Mellowflute who is so devoted a Ritualist that he cannot even say grace at dinner without turning his back to the congregation [his family in domestic setting] [John Johnson 670] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 680
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 126X143 mm

Photograph of A Fact. Bishop (to newly-ordained Deacon who has been staying at the Palace) .. remember the Butler…Butler's Analogy [not the Palace butler!] [John Johnson 672] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 681
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 111X182 mm

Photograph of Mr. Politian Mirandel [playing lute] with his friend, Desideius Synton, reciting a ballad 'Laus Mortis' (last stanza) [aesthetes (? Oscar Wilde being one) in room with large flower pot, flowered carpet and wallpaper with images of angelic figures in wall panels] [John Johnson 673] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 682
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X199 mm

Photograph of May Morning at Magdalen [College], 1880 [Walter Parratt, organist on top of Tower, the 'giant', Brian Piers Lascelles with elbow on Magdalen Tower; throng below in front of College] [John Johnson 674] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [May 1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 683
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 126X192 mm

Photograph of Dog-carts and Tandems [re the forbidding of undergraduates to hire carts and carriages, April 19, 1880] [countryside scene with tandem occupied by undergraduates, Albert Sydney Chavasse, Senior Proctor and Alfred James Green, University Marshall, as a 'bulldog', with two bulldogs between the legs of the horses] orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 33, fol. 5] [John Johnson 675] [by '(?) Shaver of University College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [April 1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 684
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 172X130 mm

Photograph of Awful Appearance of a Sea Serpent at a Watering Place during the Silly Season [seaside scene with huge serpent rearing up over boats, the military and crowds of onlookers -see Oxford & Cambridge Undergraduate's Journal, 10 June 1880, p. 482, where copies could be purchased for a shilling for the standard size and 18 pence the larger size] [JJ album also has a larger version as 'in publisher's copy' (Madan)] [John Johnson 676] by F. Anstey, 1878; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [May 1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 685
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 190X131 mm

Photograph of Look on this picture - and on this [2 opposing images: re the Philothespian Society - undergraduates not allowed to produce play by Shakespeare or Sheridan in contrast to acceptance of entertainment at the 'Vic' [Victoria Theatre, George Street] being enjoyed by a Don. Note title alludes to Hamlet monologue, Act 3, Sc. 4, p. 3 or to Christina Rossetti's poem of this title] [John Johnson 677] by Elliott Lees of Christ Church; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 686
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 185X124 mm

Photograph of [Walter Lock, Fellow and Tutor of Keble College: full length, with rolled umbrella held in both hands behind back] [John Johnson 678] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 687
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 111X164 mm

Photograph of Shepherd of Hermas [Francis Henry Woods, Fellow of St. John's College playing hornpipe as the shepherd; full length. Note: the title refers to a 2nd cent. Christian literary work] [John Johnson 679] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 688
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 129X184 mm

Photograph of The First Fiasco (as yet) [re 'Peace and Honour': William Ewart Gladstone polishing boots of Alexander II, Emperor of Russia; John Bull and Benjamin Disraeli looking on disapprovingly in background, the mention of 'Peace and Honour' referring to the Treaty of Berlin signed in his Premiership in 1878] [John Johnson 680] by A.G.W.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1880
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 689
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 127X148 mm

Photograph of 'Whip' of the O.U. Bulldogs [Robert Ewing of St. John's College with bulldog, 'Whip'] [John Johnson 681] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 690
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X178 mm

Photograph of Here we see a clever and Novel arrangement invented by that eminent Ecclesiastical photographer, Mr. Swanker …ritualistic patron [posing with back to camera in 'Eastward Position', using mirror for face-on image] [JJ album also has hand coloured version] [John Johnson 682] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 691
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X154 mm

Photograph of A Suggestion for the Schools, Michaelmas Term 1879 [boiling pot below chair of freezing undergraduate at desk, wrapped in heavy clothing. Note: 'Schools' are examinations] [John Johnson 683] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1879
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 692
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 144X127 mm

Photograph of [Life of John Henry Newman;10 images of important Oxford and Rome locations in his life, young and old] [JJ album also has larger version, as does publisher's copy according to Madan] [John Johnson 684] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 693
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 187X136 mm

Photograph of Brunswick Black [Commemoration/Encaenia, 9 June 1880 in Sheldonian Theatre with Edward Conduitt Dermer, John Everett Millais (head and shoulders profile in 'Brunswick Black' pot on lowered banner), Frederick Edward Warren, Evan Evans, Albert Sydney Chavasse, Robert Ewing, Thomas Francis Dallin; 'Richmond Gem' cigarettes advertised in lowered banner. Note: Brunswick black was a black varnish] [JJ album also includes larger version, as does publisher's copy according to Madan; orig. at University College] [John Johnson 685] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [June 1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 694
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X178 mm

Photograph of The Drama In Oxford In 1880 [William Leonard Courtney, Francis 'Frank' Robert Benson, William Napier Bruce of Balliol College and George Patrick Charles Lawrence of Corpus Christi College, actors in the Agamemnon performed at Balliol College on 3 June 1880; Benjamin Jowett, Walter Parratt, Robert Browning in the audience; Lawrence Alma-Tadema and Edward Burne-Jones appear at the bottom of a painting of the play in the lower foreground] [JJ album also includes larger version] [John Johnson 686] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [June 1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 695
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 161X133 mm

Photograph of Sublimi Fugies Tristis Anhelitu Non Hoc Pollicitus Tibi [misquotation of Horace's Odes I, 15: 31-2] [3 cyclists on penny-farthings: a Proctor challenging a non-member of the University, wearing smoking hat, for his name and college, 'Not a member of the University' [his retort], plus 'bulldog', 7 miles outside City towards Abingdon, at night [John Johnson 687] by R.P.P.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: May 1880
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 696
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 158X125 mm

Photograph of An attached Student of Somerville Hall [male and female undergraduates, both wearing gowns, his arms around her waist, in leafy dell - see also fol. 974]. Note: Somerville Hall (later College] was founded in 1879] [John Johnson 688] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 697
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X162 mm

Photograph of Your Name and College Miss!' [female 'Proctor' addressing female student, wearing University gown strangely wrapped around her neck on top of fashionable dress; with lap-dogs in tow] [John Johnson 689] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 698
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X160 mm

Photograph of A Student of Somerville Hall gains a Fellowship [fashionable female student getting married, wearing her mortar board, with bridesmaids also wearing mortar boards, together with other students, similarly dressed; 2 female 'dons' look on] [John Johnson 690] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 699
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 147X136 mm

Photograph of 'Brother Umbrella' [Fr. Luke Rivington with umbrella under cloak; wearing wide-brimmed hat; full length profile; Cowley Fathers' church in background] [John Johnson 691] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 700
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X156 mm

Photograph of The Sheldonian Show, 1880 [heads of dons, etc. in Sheldonian Theatre, incl. Bernhard Ringrose Wise of Queens College, Robert Ewing of St. John's College, Thomas Leslie Papillon of New College, Albert Sydney Chavasse of University College ('never screw'd but once'), Thomas Francis Dallin of Queens College, Evan Evans of Pembroke College, Archibald Henry Sayce of Queens College, plus Frederic, Lord Leighton ('absent artist'), Lord Aberdare, John Everett Millais, (painting with 'Brunswick Black', a black varnish), Henry Fawcett and 4 women (sisters and cousins of Papillon); orig. at University College] [John Johnson 692] [by R.P.P]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [June 1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 701
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 171X129 mm

Photograph of [Bewhiskered don with comical face and 'red' nose, with woman on his arm (full length), standing in front of closed wooden door] [John Johnson 693] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 702
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X163 mm

Photograph of Zoological Studies No. 1: 'Angelicus Reverendus' ['Rev. Angel Smith of Christ Church', (flying) with wings of an angel; possibly William Henry Payne-Smith ] [John Johnson 694] by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 703
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 177x130 mm

Photograph of The Ritualistic Martyr (?) [2 opposing images: in chains and 'In Retreat', in Holloway Gaol, the one deprived of comforts and light, compared to home comforts of armchair, open fire, pipe and port respectively, enjoyed by the other. cf. Church Times] [John Johnson 695] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 704
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 171X113 mm

Photograph of The Reverend Tomkyns being very small… [2 opposing images; in pulpit with and without height-adjustable platform] [John Johnson 696] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 705
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 139X105 mm

Photograph of 'How Utter' [Oscar Wilde of Magdalen College as aesthete; full length; contemplating lily stalk; held in hand; decorative border to image in neo-classical style on all 4 sides; the border containing a series of vignettes, two having roundels of a fair, long-haired youth with 'O.W' pendant] [John Johnson 697] [by John Bowyer Buchanan Nichols]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 706
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 118X173 mm

Photograph of And in thy Soul the Sense of all the Sea.- ACS [Algernon Charles Swinburne of Balliol College, as Roman figure with laurel headress and lyre; full length] [cf. Thalassius, 1880] [John Johnson 698] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 707
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 113X173 mm

Photograph of Ye Antient Passtyme of Lawne Tennys [tennis being played in medieval times in sight of Norman church and castle] [John Johnson 699] by E[dward] P[rioleau] W[arren]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 708
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 152X125 mm

Photograph of [Zoological Studies?] No. 2 Vestitor Barbatus or Beared T..l.r - Varty. Conductor Desperatus [James Taylor, organist at New College and for Oxford University with enormous beard, knocking down music stand while conducting] [John Johnson 700] by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 709
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X181 mm

Photograph of Feast of S[t.] Valentine - Oxford Trysting Places [8 locations, including Medley (Rainbow) Footbridge, Botanic Gardens river walk near Magdalen Bridge and Tower, (?) New College gardens, River Cherwell rope ferry from Mesopotamia to (New) Marston, (?) Joe Pullens Tree, Addison's Walk; short quotation from Tennyson's 'Gardener's daughter': There we sat down upon a garden mound] [John Johnson 701] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 710
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 105X150 mm

Photograph of Innocents [Benjamin Jowett, Master of Balliol College, embracing George Granville Bradley, Dean of Westminster dressed as a child] [John Johnson 702] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 711
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X139 mm

Photograph of 'Merry-making at Oxford…' [William Walter Merry of Lincoln College, the new Public Orator; full length; in harlequin outfit in Sheldonian Theatre] [John Johnson 703] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 712
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 119X175 mm

Photograph of Balliol Theatre Now Closed - Company Performs in London [Balliol College gateway with image of Benjamin Jowett - re performance of Agamemnon] [John Johnson 704] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Dec. 1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 713
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 161X131 mm

Photograph of 'Ad-Varsity' [Frederick Edward Warren of St. John's College and Junior Proctor; advertising indulgences, with a (?) bulldog on a lead; image 'after Mr. [James] Sant, R.A; full length, leaning against wall] [John Johnson 705] by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 714
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 105X184 mm

Photograph of A Study, a very considerable way After Vandyke [3 poses , full length of William La Vane Robert Roxby Beverley of Pembroke College, wearing bowler hat, in a foppish stance with cane] [John Johnson 706] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 715
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 114X168 mm

Photograph of [Back view of William La Vane Robert Roxby Beverley of Pembroke College, full length, leaning against table with tankard] [John Johnson 707] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 716
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 99X161 mm

Photograph of The Day was Well nigh done when that Strange Shape Draye suddenly betwixt us [and the sun] [back view, with shadow, of William La Vane Robert Roxby Beverley of Pembroke College, full length against sunset; a short quotation from Samuel Taylor Coleridge's Rime of the Ancient Mariner] [JJ album also includes hand coloured version] [John Johnson 708] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 717
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 49X200 mm

Photograph of [James Edwin Thorold Rogers, Professor of Political Economy, wearing top hat, with cane in one hand and clutching speeches [by John] Bright in the other, with Houses of Parliament in the background] [John Johnson 709] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 718
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 127X175 mm

Photograph of Bobby, a fancy portrait [Robert Ewing of St. John's College, as a policeman or a (?) fire brigade man; St. John's College in background] [John Johnson 710] by Arthur Smyth Flower of New College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 719
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X164 mm

Photograph of [Drawing in the style of Dürer, whose monogram appears alongside 1517, depicting Benjamin Jowett in medieval armour on horse and heads of John Henry Newman and Edward Stuart Talbot] [John Johnson 711] by Philip Burne-Jones; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 720
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 124X160 mm

Photograph of Imaginary Portrait of the Editor of W[aif]s & S[tray]s [with rejected writings by Oscar Wilde, Lord Tennyson, Robert Browning, William Morris, Matthew Arnold and Andrew Lang in bin and on floor] [Editor with laurel crown, long hair with shocked expression;Tennyson in background, a room with flowery decorations. Note: Waifs and Strays was an Oxford poetry magazine, published by Thomas Shrimpton & Son, 1879-82, reflecting especially the vogue for aestheticism; the magazine published Oscar Wilde's poem 'Easter Day' for the first time in the very first issue] [John Johnson 712] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 721
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X156 mm

Photograph of 'Some asked me where the Rubies grew, And nothing I did say, But with my finger pointed to…' ['Bruce', otherwise 'Loafer', in heavy overcoat and top hat. Marginal note: 'He used to hang about Merton [College] in hopes of getting jobs as an amateur messenger' G.R.S; quotation from The Rock of Rubies, and the Quarry of Pearls by Robert Herrick - see also nos. 912-14] [JJ album also includes hand coloured version] [John Johnson 713] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 722
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 97X135 mm

Photograph of Ritualistic Solemn High Jinks [4 priests: 2 prostrated in front of altar, one on knees, and the other genuflecting before altar] [John Johnson 671] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 723
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X159 mm

Photograph of 'Lo, Here Is Love…' Lying asleep between the strokes of light, I saw my love lean over my sad bed ...' [ Love and Sleep by Algernon Charles Swinburne] [head with halo; closed or blank eyes] [John Johnson 714] by William Parkinson of Oriel College, aka Togs; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 724
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 108X172 mm

Photograph of Aesthetics v. Athletics. Torpid Week, 1881 [athletics (runners) scene, with rowing in the background and Oscar Wilde with arms aloft in dismay in the foreground, uttering the words 'This is indeed a form of death, and entirely incompatible with any belief in the immortality of the soul'] [John Johnson 715] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1881
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 725
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 161X110 mm

Photograph of 3 Miler. Clytemnestra [2 Greek women, one unnamed, with laurel and 'crown' held above held of Francis ('Frank') Robert Benson of New College, winner of the [inter-university] 3 miles cf. Balliol College's performance of Agamemnon] [JJ album also includes hand coloured version] [John Johnson 716] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 726
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 161X127 mm

Photograph of Ego et Rex Meus ['I and my king'; John Richard King, Fellow of Oriel College, wearing top hat, arm-in-arm with Cicero. cf. his published 'Oration' of 1881] [John Johnson 718] by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 727
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 124X160 mm

Photograph of Solemn Conclave of the 'Church and Stage Guild' Committee. Rev. Skittletail, F.J. Puncheon, S. D. Bedlam, etc. considering the propriety of the postures, dress and demeanour of female ballet dancers] [John Johnson 719] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 9 Dec. 1880
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 728
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 169X118 mm

Photograph of Imaginative Design Suggested by a Decorative Paragraph in V[anit]y F[ai]r of March XII [Percy Bysshe Shelley's bust admired by 3 aesthete acolytes as mentioned in 'Vanities' in Vanity Fair, 12 March 1881, p. 149] [John Johnson 720] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Mar. 1881
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 729
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 114X145 mm

Photograph of I think I must leave off here - I-I-I want to catch a train [monocled Samuel Henry Butcher, Fellow of University College, full length profile, standing by flat-topped lecturn or pedestal table] [John Johnson 721] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 730
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X164 mm

Photograph of The time now &, The Place, - this Spot !! [Henry Irving in woodland setting with (?) rapier sword pointed to ground with insert detail holding sword outstretched; (?) in the Corsican Brothers] [John Johnson 722] by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 731
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 105X168 mm

Photograph of A Reminiscence of the Agamemnon [Francis ('Frank') Robert Benson of New College; profile of head; holding axe (I stand where I dealt this blow...', Aeschylus's Agamemnon); oil lamp leading his way being held by another behind] [John Johnson 723] by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 732
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 110X164 mm

Photograph of Design for a picture to be published at the Graphic Gallery of Beauty. By a yearning follower of Mr. B[urn]e J[one]s - [entitled 'This is perfect loveliness, Ye true ideal of ye'.[female figure, full length, with peacock feather, wearing long, loose flowing dress after Edward Burne-Jones] [John Johnson 724] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 733
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 102X173 mm

Photograph of The Child Is the Father to the Man [child observing/admiring a 'lily' in a pot, wearing 'Little Lord Fauntleroy' clothes; quotation from the 1807 poem 'My heart leaps up' by Wordsworth] [John Johnson 726] by Christopher Cash of Trinity College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 734
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 112X163 mm

Photograph of A passionate pilgrim [long-haired, monocled aesthete on his knees holding pot with lily aloft] [John Johnson 727] [by ? Christopher Cash of Trinity College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 735
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 131X163 mm

Photograph of The 'Intense Costumes' of the Future. Miss E. Terry & Mr. Irving in ''The Cup'' [in classical attire, holding lyre and goblet respectively in Tennyson's The Cup; Henry Irving as Synorix and Ellen Terry as Camma, as perfomed at the Lyceum Theatre] [John Johnson 728] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 736
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 117X152 mm

Photograph of Blow Gentle Gales [Dr. Henry Robinson of St. Alban Hall, seated, reading Daily News, sitting on a copy of The Times, with The Standard, Morning Post and Telegraph on the floor; surrounded by the heads of winged cherubs with classical, Latin names of winds] [John Johnson 729] [by (?) John Bowyer Buchanan Nichols of Balliol College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 737
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 113X132 mm

Photograph of Ye Aesthete to Ye Primrose [man kneeling and admiring flower in woodland setting; doggerel below] [John Johnson 730] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 738
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 142X116 mm

Photograph of 'The Senior Proctor will receive the names of Candidates for the Second Public Exam…May 13' [undergraduates gathering outside Hertford College before exams] [John Johnson 731] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 739
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X130 mm

Photograph of Trin[ity] Coll[ege] Debate, 1880-81 [JJ version entitled 'Trinity Sunday night'] [interior view with assembled debaters, sitting, standing or reclining, including Joseph Henry Pollock Chitty, Henry Feilden Rawstorne, Cholmeley Austen Leigh, Bernard John Seymour, Lord Coleridge, Walter Rayner Shirley, James George Walker, William Ernest Ripley, Frederick Osborne Fitzherbert Bateman] [John Johnson 732] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 740
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 189X119 mm

Photograph of Two of the Best Abused Phantoms In England. Stat magni nomins umbra ['he stands, the shadow of a great name' (Lucan's Pharsalia 1. 135); woman with peacock feather and man with lilies in button hole, both full length, on balcony: parodying aesthetes or perhaps an allusion to Percy Bysshe and Mary Shelley] [John Johnson 733] [by (?) John Bowyer Buchanan Nichols of Balliol College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 741
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 118X161 mm

Photograph of 'O Clap your hands all ye people' [Dr. Henry Robinson of St. Alban Hall; full length profile; with top hat and rolled umbrella in left hand] [John Johnson 717] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 742
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X167 mm

Photograph of 'Tom' OUBC [Tom Tims of Oxford University Boat Club; full length; big head; with oar over left shoulder; presumably a member of the ancillary staff] [John Johnson 734] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 743
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X189 mm

Photograph of 'Daniel' [Daniel Harvey; full length; big head; in uniform with bosun's cap; (?) a member of the Oxford University Boat club ancillary staff] [JJ album also includes a hand coloured version] [John Johnson 735] ] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 744
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 126X183 mm

Photograph of To a Snowdrop [male aesthete; full length; holding snowdrop aloft; poem below, but not that of Wordsworth; (?) perhaps a parody of Algernon Charles Swinburne or Oscar Wilde] [John Johnson 736] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 745
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 76X189 mm

Photograph of Aede Christi. [man with right arm in sling, wearing bowler hat, and clutching document with the words 'Honbl [ ]ton, Ch. Ch.; (?) Christ Church messenger] [JJ album also includes a hand coloured version] [John Johnson 737] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 746
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X178 mm

Photograph of Messenger [bewhiskered Mr. W. Jennings, messenger of Trinity College; full length; big head; holding mortar board in left hand] [JJ album also includes a hand coloured version] John Johnson 738] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 747
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X189 mm

Photograph of The World, The Flesh & The Proctor [Clement Nugent Jackson, Senior Proctor of Hertford College, approaching two young women with two dapper, moustachioed men with a cane, about to greet them. cf. 'the world, the flesh and the devil', the Christian allusion to temptation] [John Johnson 739] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 748
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 141X109 mm

Photograph of On the Track [2 contrasting images: horse tandem with 2 men and 2 women dashing through countryside; overhead power lines in evidence; Charles Buller Heberden, Junior Proctor of Brasenose College, and two bulldogs on penny-farthings near Radley] [JJ album has separate image of penny-farthings (740B) and includes larger version of the double image] [John Johnson 740A] by F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 749
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 135X164 mm

Photograph of ['Tandem' image as above only; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 28] [John Johnson 741] by F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 750
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 181X103 mm

Photograph of [Fashionable woman; three quarter length; with large scarf and 'floppy' hat] [John Johnson 742 [A]] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 751
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X146 mm

Photograph of Fashionable female student; three quarter length; with mortar board, rolled umbrella pointing to ground; right hand on hip] [John Johnson 743 [B]] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 752
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X152 mm

Photograph of Utterlie Esq. (an aesthete) [foppish man, with hat and neckerchief, admiring one of the Emperors' Heads outside the Sheldonian Theatre] [John Johnson 744] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 753
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 142X130 mm

Photograph of Gladstone Vindicating his Authority, March 24th 1881 [William Ewart Gladstone as a woman with plumed bonnet, flag pole in one hand, flag dragging on floor, a lion on a lead on the other, crossing Vaal River, South Africa, with wild boar calling 'Bye Bye Suzerain'. Note: Anglo-Boer War and withdrawal of British forces] [John Johnson 745] by J.R or R.J; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1881
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 754
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 173X115 mm

Photograph of An Aesthetical Ecstasy [aesthete, languishing on a chair with elbow on table, talking to 'lily-flower' held in hand] [John Johnson 746] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 755
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X160 mm

Photograph of A Sketch from Tom Quad [Henry Parry Liddon; full length; big head; holding umbrella in left hand and a copy of 'Bampton Lectures' in the other; Tom Tower in background]. Note: Liddon was the Bampton Lecturer in 1866] [John Johnson 748] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 756
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 124X171 mm

Photograph of The Athletic Proctor [Clement Nugent Jackson, Senior Proctor of Hertford College; full length profile ; big head; 'hurdling' wooden gate in field] [John Johnson 747] by. E.G.C[oney];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1881
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 757
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 127X164 mm

Photograph of [Genevieve; head and shoulders; profile; with poem beneath trancribed from 'publisher's copy'] [cf. poem entitled 'Love' by Samuel Taylor Coleridge in Lyrical Ballads] [JJ album has poem written in psuedo-gothic script] [John Johnson 749] by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 758
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 104X134 mm

Photograph of Colonial Bishop and famous art-critic [bishop In frock coat and hat with rolled umbrella in right hand and a bewhiskered John Ruskin with flowers (? lilies) under left arm; both full length; a caption alludes to deceptive appearances] [John Johnson 750] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 759
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 151X127 mm

Photograph of [Female student; half length; head in profile; with large, 'floppy' hat; papers under right arm] [John Johnson 751 [C]] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 760
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 117X169 mm

Photograph of Female student; full length; head in profile; wearing mortar board and gown; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 44] [John Johnson 752 [D]] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 761
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 126X168 mm

Photograph of [Fashionable woman; full length; head in profile; wearing dress with striped collar and hem, with bold triangular motif with tassles, large floppy hat and (?) university gown] [John Johnson 753 [E]] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 762
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 126X163 mm

Photograph of [Fashionable female student: three quarter length profile; with long flowing hair down her back and wearing 'floppy' hat and gown] [John Johnson 754 [F]] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 763
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 124X177 mm

Photograph of 'Was ums hungry then?'' [décolleté woman having picnic on grassy bank with leering lizard-like animal crouching on all fours behind her] [John Johnson 755 [G]] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 764
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 156X110 mm

Photograph of Love's Token [décolleté woman offering (?) sunflower to stork-like bird] [John Johnson 756] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 765
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 111X164 mm

Photograph of The Cherwell [woman wearing classical clothes; full length; punting] [John Johnson 757] by R.P.P.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1880
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 766
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 118X162 mm

Photograph of Scene suggested to the Artist by recent events in Cambridge [JJ version entitled 'Female exams'] [3 male dons at the end of a table listening intently to seated female student reading; other women in background. Note: Newnham College founded in 1880 and the Senate of Graces, granting titles of degrees (not yet the degree itself) and the right of sitting for university examinations and being placed on the lists, 24 February 1881] [John Johnson 759] by R.P.P.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1881
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 767
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 160X112 mm

Photograph of 'George'. The Vice Principal's Compliments, and you are to attend either Roll or Chapel [Brasenose College porter, George Vincent; full length; full beard; top hat lowered in right hand] [John Johnson 758] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 768
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 134X175 mm

Photograph of Oxford Sketches [boating party; 3 men and dog relaxing on barge; capped rower in boat in foreground. Note: perhaps an homage to Sydney Prior Hall's 'Oxford Sketches'] John Johnson 760] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 769
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X148 mm

Shrimpton caricatures Volume 5
Date: c. 1878 - c. 1883
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 volume

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Photograph of An Ancient Carolle [Henry Ramsden Bramley, Fellow of Magdalen College and Vicar of Horspath, digging up bones in graveyard apparently on the SE side of Magdalen Bridge (Old St. Clement's churchyard, where The Plain now stands); MagdalenTower on left; Magdalen Bridge before widening in 1882. cf. Bramley's Christmas Carols, New and Old] [John Johnson 761] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 770
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 169X120 mm

Photograph of The Aeditors of 'Waists & Stays'[female students in discussion around table; one carrying a Greek lexicon; another holding a illustration of a corset. Note: Waifs and Strays, an Oxford magazine of poetry, 1879-82, promoting especially the vogue for aestheticism] [John Johnson 762] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 9 Aug. 1881
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 771
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 175X113 mm

Photograph of 'Rags & Bones' [(?) ritualistic, thin, grim-faced priest with wide-brimmed flat hat; prayer book under right arm and rolled umbrella held in left; full length] [John Johnson 763] by 'Scissors' ;Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 772
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 104X177 mm

Photograph of 'Old Friends with New Faces' supposed to be portraits of Proctors of the last century [grotesque masques (cf. gargoyles) above and below Schools Tower; George Parker, Clerk of the Schools, in bottom foreground] ['end of publisher's 4th vol.' ( Madan) = end of JJ album 4 also] [John Johnson 764] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 773
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 109X164 mm

Photograph of 'Gated, Ploughed & Sent Down' [sporting don on horse, hunting in ploughed field, but having been thrown off his horse is hailing an undergraduate of his college to catch it for him. The title words uttered by the undergraduate are precisely those the don used to predict what would happen to the undergraduate] [John Johnson 765] [by Elliott Lees of Christ Church]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 774
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 170X124 mm

Photograph of [Evan Evans, Master of Pembroke and Vice-Chancellor; seated in armchair; arms folded; full length; big head] [John Johnson 766] by Bib.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 775
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 114X161 mm

Photograph of The Dean of Keble (donkey braying outside this window) [Frederick William Spurling; full length profile; big head; at low lecturn, with Gladstone bag on floor; orig. at. MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 9] [cf. no. 636] [John Johnson 767] by Bib.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 776
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X163 mm

Photograph of [(?) Canon Thomas Thelluson Carter seated on stool before altar; full length; left hand raised, right holding text] [John Johnson 768] by R.D.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Oct. 1881
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 777
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 123X169 mm

Photograph of [(?) Canon Thomas Thelluson Carter reading from eagle lecturn; three quarter length profile] [John Johnson 769] by R.D.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Oct. 1881
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 778
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X163 mm

Photograph of 'Yes, I'm smoking, But don't put yourself in a fume, I've got Asthma, & my doctor says I must!' ('Let's hope she has ast Ma') [smoking female student addressing shocked don] [John Johnson 770] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 779
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 145X113 mm

Photograph of China and Glass [dons entering and leaving Spiers shop at No. 102, High St.. on the corner of Oriel St.; exterior view, with onlookers, including a couple on the left and 2 sporty men on the right with large dog] [John Johnson 771] by Thomas Bonnemer; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 780
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 170X116 mm

Photograph of [Torpids or Eights Week] [panoramic view of crew in full flight, with supporters dashing along towpath; man with dog in small boat in foreground; billowing clouds] [John Johnson 772] by Thomas Bonnemer; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1878
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 781
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 188X108 mm

Photograph of [Eights Week; panoramic scene: 'showing' in front of the crowds on barges and riverbank] [John Johnson 773] [by Thomas Bonnemer]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [?1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 782
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 185X92 mm

Photograph of [Eights Week; panoramic view looking towards Folly Bridge; crews, barges, crowds on barges and riverbank] [John Johnson 774] by Thomas Bonnemer; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [?1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 783
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 185X93 mm

Photograph of [Torpids; panoramic view: supporters running along towpath with horse and dogs] [see also fol. 982] [John Johnson 775] [by Thomas Bonnemer]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [?1878]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 784
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 178X109 mm

Photograph of [Boating party: 5 men, 2 wearing a combination of stripey tops, caps and boater, with a dog; picnicking on riverbank in front of a tent; 2 moored boats; pollarded willows in background] [John Johnson 776] [by Thomas Bonnemer]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 785
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 181X112 mm

Photograph of [Street scene with men, women, undergraduates, dogs (one held in arms of man) and tandem emerging from Catte St. into High. St.; SE end of St. Mary's Church on left] [John Johnson 777] by Thomas Bonnemer; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 786
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 174X104 mm

Photograph of [Turl Street; outside Exeter College looking N towards Trinity Chapel; 'town and gown' brawl with police apprehending local resident] [John Johnson 778] by Thomas Bonnemer; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 787
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 161X102 mm

Photograph of [River scene; man reclining in punt, reading, in slow Christ Church backwater with overhanging willows] [John Johnson 779] by Thomas Bonnemer; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 788
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 110X148 mm

Photograph of Ploughed!! [angry, failed undergraduate in his study, wearing check 3-piece suit, scratching his head, with begging dog at his feet] [JJ album includes another, happier, view of the same undergraduate entitled 'Through' (781)] [John Johnson 780] by Thomas Bonnemer; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1879
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 789
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 111X150 mm

Photograph of ['Commem. Sunday'] [crowds in Broad Walk, Christ Church] [John Johnson 781A] by Thomas Bonnemer; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 790
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 180X110 mm

Photograph of [Eights Week: crowds on barges cheering; men running knee-high in water's edge in foreground; sunken barge in background; billowing clouds] [John Johnson 782] by Thomas Bonnemer; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 791
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 191X108 mm

Photograph of [Medley, River Thames: sculling, yachting, etc. Medley Footbridge aka Rainbow Bridge (opened 1865) on right; horses and swans on left; City spires in background] [John Johnson 783] by Thomas Bonnemer; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 792
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 183X111 mm

Photograph of [Torpids: scene with barges (almost empty) and bare trees; rowers and supporters in foreground, one on horse] [John Johnson 784] by Thomas Bonnemer; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 793
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 183X112 m

Photograph of This is old McFinigan …[asleep in the pews] at the end of Rev. Dr. Toadspool's …discourse on the ' Lost Ten Tribes' [sexton waking him]. 'Copyright' [John Johnson 785] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 794
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X140 mm

Photograph of And Here is to be Noted. The Rev. Theodoret Dovedale, ritualistic priest of S. Julian [swinging incense before altar with boy and girl acolytes lifting candles aloft] [John Johnson 786] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 795
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X132 mm

Photograph of The High: Old Style - New Style [2 images: the dandy and the contemporary undergraduate; both full length; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 21] [John Johnson 787] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 796
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 113X132 mm

Photograph of Key to ye mysterie or how ye Dons spend ye Long Vacation [Edmund Arbuthnott Knox of Merton College on large-wheeled tricycle, mopping brow with the effort; full length profile] [John Johnson 788] [by Charles Edmund Waller Dalison of Merton College];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 797
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 135X181 mm

Photograph of 'To-night he doth inherit the Varsity halls of death' [William Reynell Anson reading to ghostlike figures with twin towers of All Souls College in background]. Quotation from Aeneid VI as caption. cf Matthew Arnold's poem 'Requiescat'] [John Johnson 789] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 798
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 122X159 mm

Photograph of Why not? [2 women yachting: one standing with pole, the other reclining holding sail] [John Johnson 790] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 799
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X149 mm

Photograph of [Female student wearing mortar board and gown, standing, (?) writing notes; full length] [John Johnson 791] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 800
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X149 mm

Photograph of Fashionable female student wearing mortar board, standing and reading: three quarter length profile] [John Johnson 792] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 801
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X142 mm

Photograph of Twenty see-sick maidens we [re H.M.S. Pinafore [Gilbert & Sullivan operetta] - 2 images on ship: top row = women in classical style clothes; bottom row ('20 years hence', 5 having been 'captured by Pirates') = the backs of women in billowing dresses, mainly bent over the side of the ship] [John Johnson 793] [by Herbert Delaval Astley of Christ Church];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 802
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 174X110 mm

Photograph of Pooh! Pooh! To you - Fading is the taper waist !!!! [the words and dress of Lady Jane played by Alice Barnett in the original production of the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta 'Patience'] [John Johnson 794] [by Herbert Delaval Astley of Christ Church];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 803
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 113X174 mm

Photograph of Can Verdant Green be yet amongst us? A Sketch Novr. 1881 [2 undergraduates in rowing boat; one in a smaller boat in the background; 3 men on riverbank with 2 poplar trees behind. cf. The Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green by Cuthbert Bede] [John Johnson 795] [by Herbert Delaval Astley of Christ Church];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1881
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 804
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 173X 128 mm

Photograph of 'Unless above himself he can erect himself, how poor a thing is man' [quotation by Samuel Daniel] [George Granville Bradley, Dean of Westminster: full length; standing in front of Westminster Abbey] [John Johnson 796] [by Miss E.C. Cholmondeley (? Eleanor 'Nellie' Caroline Cholmondeley)]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 805
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 133x131 mm

Photograph of The Church: 1781 [&] 1881 [2 opposing images: bewigged man with glass of ale sitting on stout chair and monocled man drinking tea on very low chair] [John Johnson 797] [by Herbert Delaval Astley of Christ Church];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 806
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 182X115 mm

Photograph of Love is an House, The Householder Whereof is either Life in Death or Death in Love [Dante Gabriel Rossetti holding book, pallet with brushes; full length; cf. Rossetti's poem, 'The House of Life'] [John Johnson 798] [by ? John Bowyer Buchanan Nichols of Balliol College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 807
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 90X181 mm

Photograph of [Woman wearing bowler hat, narrow-waisted jacket and ruched skirt, both hands leaning on walking stick, with dog at her feet] [John Johnson 799] [by F.G.];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 808
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 104X180 mm

Photograph of Alma Mater in the Winter [female student sitting, as a giantess on island of Oxford's dreaming spires; full length profile] [John Johnson 800] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 809
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 172X131 mm

Photograph of With the Bicester [Hunt] [hunting man; full length profile] on reverse of image is pencilled 'meant to be Lord Dungannon', presumably Arthur Hill-Trevor, 3rd Visct. (1798-1862)] [John Johnson 801] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 810
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X144 mm

Photograph of Aesthetic [(?) James Edward Graham of Oriel College leaning forward with hands behind back holding rolled umbrella; wearing bowler hat] [John Johnson 802] [by Herbert Delaval Astley of Christ Church];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 811
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X142 mm

Photograph of Ch. Ch. [(?) Edward William Berkeley Portman; wearing mortar board and gown (? surplice); full length] [John Johnson 803] [by Herbert Delaval Astley of Christ Church];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 812
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X159 mm

Photograph of The Tow Path [rowing coach running along towpath; full length profile] [John Johnson 804] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 813
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 102X148 mm

Photograph of Lotus Club [smart man with bowler hat, cane under left arm, cigarette in right hand, tight-fitting jacket and trousers, with spats] [John Johnson 805] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 814
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 97X138 mm

Photograph of Golf [man with flat-topped hat, spectacles, an exaggerated stance, bending at knees with golf club addressing the ball; full length] [John Johnson 806] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 815
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X145 mm

Photograph of Oh Que j'aime les Militaires! [man in uniform with tassled cap and cane in left hand; full length profile] [John Johnson 807] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 816
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X144 mm

Photograph of Football [young man with cap and muffler, jacket and breeches, trudging along; full length profile] [John Johnson 808] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 817
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X144 mm

Photograph of The Clerical Seesaw: High Church [&] Low Church [seesaw of ' public opinion' with crusader at one end tipping the balance with 'imprisonment' and contemporary clergyman at the other] [John Johnson 809] [by Herbert Delaval Astley of Christ Church];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 818
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 172X119 mm

Photograph of L.M.H.F.C. [Lady Margaret Hall Football Club (female) football player, clutching ball, wearing stripey shirt and flowing skirt; full length. Note LMH was founded in 1878] [John Johnson 810] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 819
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X179 mm

Photograph of The Captain [woman on barge, wearing wide-brimmed hat, tight-fitting jacket and skirt; full length] [John Johnson 811] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 820
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 105X162 mm

Photograph of Waiting to be Coached [woman with cap, tight-fitting jacket and ruched skirt, reclining on chaise longue (? in a barge); full length profile] [John Johnson 812] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 821
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 108X158 mm

Photograph of High Life & Low Life. 'One touch of Nature makes the whole world Kin' ([Shakespeare's] Troilus & Cressida [Act 3, Sc. 1: 169]) [2 opposing images: (?) Senior Proctor, Clement Nugent Jackson of Hertford College, apprehending smoking, monocled undergraduate in St. Aldate's St. outside Christ Church and 2 policemen apprehending brutish felon outside police station (Kemp Hall, High. St.), with (?) accomplice fleeing round the corner] [John Johnson 813] by. E.E.H.;Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 822
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 182X99 mm

Photograph of Grassy Corner, Cambridge [eights crew, man in punt, coaches running along towpath, one on horse, onlookers, including boy with dog] [John Johnson 814] [by. Thomas Bonnemer]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1880
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 823
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 165X114 mm

Photograph of Oxford Types 1: Ch. Ch. [Henry Bell Cosier of Christ Church with monocle and unidentified man holding top hat behind his back; both holding canes and wearing spats; full length] [John Johnson 815] [by (?) Philip Burne-Jones of University College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 824
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 106X171 mm

Photograph of Oxford Types 2: Exeter [College] [unidentified man with bowler hat, monocle, spats, striped waistcoat, with bulldog on lead; full length] [John Johnson 816] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 825
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 104X168 mm

Photograph of Oxford Types 3: Keble [(?) William Charles Edmund Wheeler of Keble College with mortar board, spectacles, stubbly chin, smoking pipe, wearing shabby gown; full length profile] [John Johnson 817] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 826
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 105X160 mm

Photograph of Oxford Types 4: Balliol [College] [6 cosmopolitan undergraduates (unidentified); full length] [John Johnson 818] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 827
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 156X125 mm

Photograph of Oxford Types 5: Magdalen [College][unidentified man wearing bowler hat, two-piece suit, starched collar and spats; full length profile] [John Johnson 819] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 828
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 119X179 mm

Photograph of Oxford Types 6: Queens [College] [unidentified man wearing mortar board, large check suit and short gown, with spectacles and droopy moustache; full length profile] [John Johnson 820] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 829
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 116X117 mm

Photograph of Oxford Types 7: Hertford [College] [unidentified man in hunting attire with riding crop under arm; full length profile] [John Johnson 821] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 830
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 99X164 mm

Photograph of Oxford Types 8: B.N.C. [(?) Robert Hugh Wallace of Brasenose College, with bowler hat, striped waistcoat, spats, cane, stiff collar and puffed-out cheeks; full length] [John Johnson 822] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 831
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 95X150 mm

Photograph of Oxford Types [9]: Unattached [mature student] [unidentified man with mortar board, spectacles, short gown, beard and moustache; full length profile; big head] [John Johnson 823] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 832
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X152 mm

Photograph of Oxford Types 10: St. John's [(?) George Musgrave of St. John's College with monocle, bowler hat, cane, spats, stiff collar, waistcoat with large buttons and moustache; full length] [John Johnson 824] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 833
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 108X164 mm

Photograph of Oxford Types 13: A Union Orator [unidentified, clean shaven man in 2-piece suit, in expressive stance; full length] [John Johnson 825] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 834
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 103X169 mm

Photograph of Oxford Types 11: Responsions [2 opposing images: bowler-hatted man; full length profile: 'Hallo Father, I'm Through! Are You?' ; and man with mortar board, moustache and beard; full length profile: 'No!'. Note: 'Responsions' was the first of 3 (required) examinations taken by Oxford University undergraduates] [John Johnson 826] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 835
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 171X135 mm

Photograph of Oxford Types [ ]: Dons [don in frock coat, with mortar board, monocle and side whiskers; full length profile] [John Johnson 827 (A)] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 836
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 108X169 mm

Photograph of Oxford Types [ ]: Dons [don with mortar board, side whiskers and frock coat; full length half-profile; big head] [John Johnson 828 (B)] by (?) Per. Wilson; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 837
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X163 mm

Photograph of Oxford Types [ ]: Dons [George Rodney Scott of Merton College , with full beard and mortar board; full length profile] [John Johnson 829 (C)] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 838
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 106X169 mm

Photograph of Oxford Types [ ]: Dons [(?) Henry Anstey of St. Mary's Hall in clerical attire, including low-brimmed hat; full length profile] [John Johnson 830 (D)] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 839
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X160 mm

Photograph of [Open window viewed from outside: older woman reading to younger woman who is slipping letter to outstretched hand of man with frilly neckerchief and 'Quaker' hat below window out of sight] John Johnson 831] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 840
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 99X139 mm

Photograph of 'Some things are of that nature as to make fancy chuckle, while his heart doth ache' [tall man in guardsman's uniform lifting short woman off the ground]. Note: quotation from John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress] [John Johnson 832] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 841
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101x149 mm

Photograph of The Cox. If you were but the Cox love, And I myself were Stroke.. [female rowing cox with verse parodying Algernon Charles Swinburne's The Match; half length profile] [John Johnson 833] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 842
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 103X138 mm

Photograph of To win his love I lie in wait (Tennyson [from The Sisters]) [woman punting; half length profile] [John Johnson 834] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 843
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 96X140 mm

Photograph of 'Land me she says, where love Shows but one shaft, one dove, One heart, one hand…' [female rowing (?) cox reflecting on a rose.cf. Love at sea by Algernon Charles Swinburne; half length profile] [John Johnson 835] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 844
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X153 mm

Photograph of [Female student wearing fashionable, fur lined coat, muffler, muffs and mortar board; three quarter length] [John Johnson 836] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 845
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X149 mm

Photograph of [Female student wearing gown and mortar board, lighting cigarette; half length profile] [John Johnson 837] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 846
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 102X144 mm

Photograph of [Female student with mortar board and ruched dress; three quarter length profile] [John Johnson 838] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 847
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 92X138 mm

Photograph of [Female student with monocle adopting haughty pose; half length] [John Johnson 839] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 848
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X148 mm

Photograph of [George Charles Brodrick, Warden of Merton College, wearing top hat and holding rolled umbrella in right hand, behind his back; full length; big head] [John Johnson 840] [by Charles Edmund Waller Dalison of Merton College];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 849
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 109X183 mm

Photograph of Ye Quagger Indians, Their Canoe or Toggere [Queen's College Torpid crew as North American Native Indians in silhouette, with (?) Smith at 5 and (?) Lynch at 8; eagle as cox; boar's head as figure head on prow. Note: Togger rowing = 8-man boat in Torpids, Oxford University rowing competition, usually early March; Quagger = a word meaning Queen's College] [John Johnson 841] [by Charles Gregory Fagan of Queen's College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 850
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 169X129 mm

Photograph of Oxford Types [ ]: The [Rowing] Coach [running along towpath, looking breathless; full length; winter scene suggesting Torpids] [John Johnson 842] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 851
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 83X139 mm

Photograph of Oxford Types [ ]: The Doggy Man [man with bowler hat, suit and cane with dachshunds behind him; country setting] [John Johnson 843] [by (?) Philip Burne-Jones]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 852
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 155X104 mm

Photograph of Oxford Types [ ]: Dons [man in 3-piece suit, wearing mortar board, with droopy moustache; full length profile; big head] [John Johnson 844] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 853
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 96X153 mm

Photograph of Loves first whisper [cherub or cupid wearing mortar board hovering and whispering into pensive woman's ear, her arms crossed on chest; full length. Note: possibly quoting from Nathaniel Parker Willis] [John Johnson 845] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 854
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X149 mm

Photograph of [Love's telephone: woman wearing 'Bo-Peep' bonnet, with (?) shell to ear, cherub or cupid hovering above] [John Johnson 846] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 855
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X148 mm

Photograph of Dedicated (with all Apology to Mr. Tadema) to the Oxford Browning Society [a squat statue of a (?) winged Robert Browning with prostrated, smoking man on stone bench looking wistfully at him cf. Lawrence Alma-Tadema's 'Pleading'] [John Johnson 847] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 856
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 174X112 mm

Photograph of 'Where shall we land you, sweet?' (Swinburne) [woman in boating attire, facing viewer; half length; verse from Algernon Charles Swinburne's Love at sea] [John Johnson 848] by William Parkinson of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 857
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X141 mm

Photograph of Over the Garden Wall! [undergraduate on top of ladder chucking under the chin a woman wearing décolleté upper garment on top of ladder on the other side of wall; back of man with gun in foreground] [John Johnson 849] Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1882
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 858
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X147 mm

Photograph of Eyes in the Boat! [2 women on river bank, eights crew rowing beyond, all looking towards the women] [John Johnson 850] by (?) Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 859
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 145X104 mm

Photograph of Memorial against the persecution of the Russian Jews signed by 1579 undergraduates [back of seated, hirsute 'Rawlinson' of Keble College having one half of his hair cut off by fellow undergraduates wearing grotesque masks, one brandishing oversize pair of scissors. Note: anti-Jewish pogroms in Russia were rife in the 1880s] [John Johnson 851] [by Charles Edmund Waller Dalison of Merton College];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 860
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 123X145 mm

Photograph of We go to carry Culture to a Continent/We are 'disappointed' in the Atlantic Ocean/The sympathetic nature of Modern Poetry can be better realized in Private than in Public Lectures [3 images of an aesthete, probably Oscar Wilde: by train door with sunflower; on board ship leaning over the side; interior scene, wearing velvet suit, with a woman and an older man peering from behind door. Note: Wilde went on a lecture tour of North America in 1882] [John Johnson 853] [by (?) John Bowyer Buchanan Nichols of Balliol College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 861
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 190X117 mm

Photograph of [Philothespian: Charles Vincent Wilks of Christ Church as Baron Boski Bumble (cf. 'Villikins and his Dinah') with long finger nails, moustache and 'goaty' beard, wearing pantaloons, plumed hat, revealing shock of hair, wearing tailcoat; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 7 where entitled 'An Apparition lately seen at the Philothespian performance at Bicester' - see Oxford and Cambridge Undergraduates' Journal, Feb. 1882] [John Johnson 852] [by Elliott Lees of Christ Church]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Feb. 1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 862
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 114X143 mm

Photograph of 'A Dream of the Torpids' [gale blowing oars, bells, etc. and horn bellowing instructions to sweating rower above dreamer in torment under bed covers] [John Johnson 854] by (?) TWYG; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 863
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 134X112 mm

Photograph of History for ever [bewhiskered Charles Plummer of Corpus Christi College. walking, holding cane; full length profile] [John Johnson 855] [by Miss E.C. Cholmondeley (? Eleanor 'Nellie' Caroline Cholmondeley)]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 864
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 95X150 mm

Photograph of Arry all there [man with monocle, cane, bowler hat, cigar, striped waistcoat and spats; swaggering gait; full length] [John Johnson 856] by Twig; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1882
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 865
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X141 mm

Photograph of Revd. Father Skoggs [to] Revd. Horatio Morphiamoses [wearing biretta] 'in a saintly attitude': 'No women come to me for confession…' [but 'flock' to HM's confessional; both full length] [John Johnson 857] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 866
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X158 mm

Photograph of John Bull's advice to the Driver of the 'Church and State' Coach [pulled by horses labelled 'Liverpool', 'Manchester' and 'Ritualist', outside Cross Keys [Inn], 'Leo Popo' [proprietor]] [John Johnson 858] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 867
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 162X127 mm

Photograph of S.H.B.C. [Somerville Hall Boat Club oarswoman posing, seated on rock with University arms on a shield leaning against it and with overhanging osier reeds] [John Johnson 859] [by (?) Pat]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 868
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X155 mm

Photograph of G.C.B.C. [Girton College Boat Club (Cambridge) oarswoman posing, seated on rock with Cambridge University arms on a shield leaning against it and with overhanging lilies] [John Johnson 860] by (?) Pat; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 869
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 131X175 mm

Photograph of How we may expect to see the Inter-University Boat Race rowed in the Future [Women's coxed eights: rowing with countryside background]; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 24] [John Johnson 861] by (?) Pat; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 870
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 178X103 mm

Photograph of Stroke [oarswoman, posing with hands on oar, wearing boater, jacket and ruched skirt] [John Johnson 862] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 871
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X160 mm

Photograph of [2 female single scullers with men in steamer in pursuit; boater of more distant woman blown off; one man using binoculars at close range] [John Johnson 863] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 872
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 175X118 mm

Photograph of The Union [woman in ruched skirt, waisted jacket, standing next to table with glasses, seemingly tabling a motion at the Oxford Union; full length] [John Johnson 864] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 873
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 91X173 mm

Photograph of 'Jack' [tradesman with (?) wicker basket under right arm, looking down disconsolately; full length] [John Johnson 865] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 874
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 85X152 mm

Photograph of To the Warden and Fellows of New College this picture of their Dean upon a recent occasion is respectfully dedicated [William Archibald Spooner cavorting in garden quad with revellers around bonfire] [John Johnson 866] [by (?) Philip Burne-Jones];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 875
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 151X113 mm

Photograph of Oxford Nuisances: the newspaper sellers [boys and men ringing bells and shouting outside 123-5 High. St., Foster & Co, tailors and outfitters, selling Oxford Times and Oxford Chronicle] [John Johnson 867] [by (?) Philip Burne-Jones];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 876
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 139X122 mm

Photograph of The Classics Illustrated [head and trident of Neptune above water in sunset setting; with Latin text from Vergil's Aeneid 1, 126-7] {John Johnson 868] Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 877
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 135X95 mm

Photograph of The Classics Illustrated [3 men in dinner suits, 2 with monocles; with Greek text from Homer's Odysseus VI: 63-5] [John Johnson 869] [by (?) Philip Burne-Jones];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 878
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 127X100 mm

Photograph of Oxford Dances and Conversation 1892 [2 opposing images of 10 years ahead: earnest woman with spectacles] 'Can you specify the logical criteria by which we distinguish between History and Myth' [man wearing dinner suit and monocle] [cf. Oxford Types] 'No, Can You?'] [John Johnson 870] [by (?) Philip Burne-Jones];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 879
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 154X117 mm

Photograph of Oxford Types [ ]: Merton [College] [bowler-hatted, pipe-smoking man with short gown and cane; full length profile] [John Johnson 871] [by (?) Philip Burne-Jones];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 880
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 102X156 mm

Photograph of University Life at Oxford 1: The Proctor [7 captioned sketches by an undergraduate published in The Graphic, 25 March 1882, p. 305 - see also fol. 903] [John Johnson 872] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1882
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 881
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X161 mm

Photograph of [3 fashionable women punting, 2 reclining ; with reed beds and birds in background] [John Johnson 873] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 882
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 174X102 mm

Photograph of [Female student wearing mortar board; head and shoulders profile] [John Johnson 874] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 883
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 109X157 mm

Photograph of [Female student wearing mortar board and flower on left collar; head and shoulders] [John Johnson 875] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 884
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X145 mm

Photograph of Men of Belial 1892 [4 cosmopolitan undergraduates: 2 in foreground linking arms; 2 in background, one with tennis racquet under arm cf. 'Balliol Types' (fol. 827). Note: 'Belial' was an amusing allusion to Balliol [College]] [John Johnson 876] by Zigzag; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 885
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X155 mm

Photograph of One deep sob of the crowd…and a Lion's roar. Museum, Oxford, 22 April [(?) Augustus Frederick Westmacott of Merton College with glasses and outstretched hand lecturing at the laboratory table] [John Johnson 877] by (?) C.W.;Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 886
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 131X156 mm

Photograph of Logic …Novum Organum [Prof. Thomas Fowler as a pelican perched on orb with the Latin text alluding to his being the President of Corpus Christi College and his 1878 publication on the work by Francis Bacon, 1620] [John Johnson 878] [by Charles Edmund Waller Dalison of Merton College];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1882
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 887
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X159 mm

Photograph of Tit. X. (XIV) 1 [female student in riding clothes, standing, being scrutinised by attentive, seated dons re University dress code] [John Johnson 879] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 888
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 79X124 mm

Photograph of Tit. XI. (XV) 7.2 [2 women in ruched skirts, one with rifle, the other with crossbow, walking with a dog in front - re University rules about carrying weapons] [John Johnson 880] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 889
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 81X128 mm

Photograph of Tit. XI.. (XV) 15.5 [woman with bowler hat and 4 dachshunds, 2 on a single leash re University rules about dogs] [John Johnson 881] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 890
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 80X128 mm

Photograph of Tit. XI. (XV). 5.1 [3 women: one with bowler hat, standing; one with cap, seated, both with frilly edged skirts; third woman standing behind counter of 'The Gurl Cigar Emporium' re selling and smoking of tobacco] [John Johnson 882] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 891
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 78X125 mm

Photograph of 'Play' [female tennis player with racquet; back view with flat hat, long plat and large bow; full length] [John Johnson 883] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 892
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X153 mm

Photograph of [Female tennis player with racquet, wearing ruched dress with bow at back and bonnet; full length] [John Johnson 884] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 893
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X155 mm

Photograph of [Female tennis player with racquet held over shoulder, wearing ruched dress with bow at back and large-brimmed bonnet with serious expression; full length] [John Johnson 885] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 894
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X165 mm

Photograph of 'Practice' [female cricketer about to swing the bat in the nets, wearing flowing dress and large-brimmed bonnet; full length] [John Johnson 886] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 895
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 102X153 mm

Photograph of 'Played out' [female tennis player, holding racquet, reclining in wicker chair beneath tree, wearing pinafore and fashionable hat; full length] [John Johnson 887] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 896
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 154X115 mm

Photograph of [Fashionable, blonde female student with tiered skirt, wearing mortar board; full length profile] [John Johnson 888] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 897
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X148 mm

Photograph of [Female canoist, wearing dress and bonnet, relaxing, moored by reed beds] [John Johnson 889] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 898
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 154X101 mm

Photograph of Reading Signals [Arthur Lionel Smith, Junior Proctor of Trinity College, in railway signal box with string to 'Espionage' bird trap to catch 2 young, bird-like 'couples'] [John Johnson 890] by Tommy; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 899
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 139X132 mm

Photograph of May Morning at Magdalen with the Giant High Jinks [Brian Piers Lascelles of Magdalen College standing on top of Magdalen Tower above the choristers; one chorister holding string to corner of his mortar board, while other mortar boards are being thrown down] [John Johnson 891] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 900
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 105X144 mm

Photograph of [Edward Bouverie Pusey wearing top hat, shaking hands with Henry Parry Liddon, also wearing top hat; full length] [John Johnson 892] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 901
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 162X118 mm

Photograph of Eastern Sages [Archibald Henry Sayce (Assyrian); Friedrich Max Müller (Sanskrit); James Legge (Chinese); full length; dressed in clothes associated with the regions they represent; pyramids and pagoda in background; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 33, fol. iiv] [John Johnson 893] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 902
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 160X112 mm

Photograph of University Life at Oxford 2: The Schools [6 sketches published in The Graphic 1 April. 1882, p. 320 - see also fol. 881] [John Johnson 899] Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1882
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 903
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 119X166 mm

Photograph of The Master of University [College] will lecture on Social History of England [6 women, all with hats, on benches sitting opposite each other; lone man on right] [John Johnson 900] [by Miss E.C. Cholmondeley (? Eleanor 'Nellie' Caroline Cholmondeley)]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 904
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 152X100 mm

Photograph of Annexation [of St. Alban Hall] or a proud day for Merton. [Edmund Arbuthnott Knox, George Charles Brodrick, George Noel Freeling and Dr. Henry Robinson, called the 'DoDo' ('A real D.D.') outside Merton College and St. Alban Hall, now part of Merton College] [John Johnson 901] [by Charles Edmund Waller Dalison of Merton College];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 905
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 156X124 mm

Photograph of [William Haig Brown, Headmaster of Charterhouse, with mortar board and pince nez as a cherub hovering above school. cf. fol. 1024] [John Johnson 902] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 906
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X142 mm

Photograph of Medio tutissimus Ibis'. Ovid Metamorphoses [Book 2], 137. [Robinson Ellis with ibis on a string striding towards college, as directed by sign post which points to the Bodleian in the opposite direction; cf. Robinson Ellis's edition of Ibis by Ovid.; full length profile] [John Johnson 903] by Twig; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 907
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X177 mm

Photograph of Well Rowed Univ! [James Franck Bright, Master of University College, up to his chest in the river with folded umbrella held aloft; Unversity barge in background; Latin text from Virgil's Aeneid V: 181-2, 'Trojans laughed at him..' ] [John Johnson 904] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 908
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 149X116 mm

Photograph of A Neo-Platonic Realization of the Philosopher- King [Benjamin Jowett, Master of Balliol College ('The Plato of Modern Oxford becomes the head of the Oxford Academy' is made Vice- Chancellor: The Times, Oct 10, 1882) on corner of Balliol College and Broad St., carrying 2 heavy books, one by Plato; backs of 2 mace-bearers and Sheldonian Theatre in background] [John Johnson 905] by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1882
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 909
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X178 mm

Photograph of What does the Inner Brotherhood recommend for cramp? Why not extend the 'Church Stage Guild' to Oxford? A suggestion for an Ecetera Performance at the re-opening of the 'Vic'. [William Walrond Jackson, John Prideaux Lightfoot, Rector, and Henry Fanshawe Tozer, all of Exeter College, as aesthetes on stage holding lily, peacock feather and sunflower respectively. Notes: 'Vic' = Victoria Theatre, George Street; the Inner Brotherhood was the name the Pre-Raphaelites often called themselves and here alludues to Gilbert & Sullivan's operetta 'Patience' premiered in 1881] [John Johnson 906] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 910
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 153X135 mm

Photograph of Truro - Canterbury [Edward While Benson, Bishop of Truro in women's clothes, perched precariously on the peninsular 'rock' of Truro looking over the seas, seemingly about to 'test the water', prior to becoming Archbishop of Canterbury] [John Johnson 907] by Henry S.D. Gill of Keble College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 911
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 106X159 mm

Photograph of College Order - Any Person found speaking to B….. will be subject to instant dismissal [George Charles Brodrick, Master of Merton College; Edmund Arbuthnott Knox, Fellow and Dean of Merton College; and 'Loafer ' aka 'Captain' or 'Major' Bruce,' the 'amateur messenger' who used to hang about Merton College lodge, proffering hat for gratuities - see also fol. 722] [John Johnson 908] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 912
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 162X129 mm

Photograph of Captain Bruce his own valet ['Major', or 'Loafer' Bruce with brush and mirror at home; beer bottle hidden behind dressing table] [John Johnson 909] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 913
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 108X141 mm

Photograph of ['Loafer' Bruce with pronounced 'grog blossom' of a nose, restraining dog with teeth in boy's trouser seat] [John Johnson 910] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 914
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 158X100 mm

Photograph of Mathematics [seated, barefooted, décolleté female student counting on her fingers, with abacas against her stool; full length profile] [John Johnson 911] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 915
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 102X168 mm

Photograph of Science [female student, wearing sandals and classical style dress/chemise under gown, with long plat, in science laboratory with scull, specimen jars, test tubes chemical symbols on blackboard:HK/O + CO = CHKO2 [= potassium formate]; full length] [John Johnson 912] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 916
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 114X166 mm

Photograph of Theology [décolleté female student, seated on pile of books, smoking; full length profile] [John Johnson 913] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 917
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X149 mm

Photograph of Jurisprudence [bewigged female student, seated, looking coy, wearing sandals, 'showing a leg' out of split dress; full length, half profile]; volume of Contract by Sir Willam Anson on lecturn] [John Johnson 914] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 918
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 103X153 mm

Photograph of The Night Before the Viva Voce - A Freshman's Dream [back of shock-haired undergraduate in bed facing George Rodney Scott and Edmund Arbuthnott Knox (both) of Merton College at the bottom of the bed as decorative finials, surrounded by Greek texts and the names of writers, plus 'Them New Schools need to be paid for' on a small banner near Scott] [John Johnson 915] [by Walter Alison Philips of Merton College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 919
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 114X147 mm

Photograph of Sabbath Studies. Dominical Aesthetic No. 1 [man with top hat, cane, gloves, flower in button hole, long hair; full length; in languid pose] [John Johnson 916] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 920
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X150 mm

Photograph of Sabbath Studies. The Sunday Caller [man wearing frock coat, with top hat, gloves, rolled umbrella under left arm, moustache, holding calling card; full length] [John Johnson 917] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 921
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 103X159 mm

Photograph of Sabbath Studies. Over-Blown [man with top hat, high collar, big nose, button hole, wearing gloves, cane in left hand, loping forward; back of another man dressed similarly walking away] [John Johnson 918] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 922
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 104X155 mm

Photograph of Sabbath Studies. Intellectual Arrogance [man (?) Philip Burne-Jones) with bowler, pince nez, 3-piece suit, clean shaven, hands in pockets, peering down; full length; don and mace-bearer in background] [John Johnson 919] [? by Philip Burne-Jones]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 923
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 104X164 mm

Photograph of Sabbath Studies: Misdirected Aims [Septimus Ernest Luke Spooner-Lillingston of Hertford College as aesthete, wearing large brimmed hat, starched collar, button hole, spats, gloves and cane, lighting cigarette; full length profile] [John Johnson 920] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 924
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 107X160 mm

Photograph of Sabbath Studies: Dominical Aesthetic No. 2 [young man with short top hat, rolled umbrella in left hand, high collar, button hole, pince nez in right hand; full length] [John Johnson 921] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 925
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X150 mm

Photograph of [Show Sunday: crowds in (?) Broad Walk, Christ Church] [see also 983] [John Johnson 922] by Thomas Bonnemer; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 926
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 172X106 mm

Photograph of Without Doubt He Shall Perish Everlasting[ly] [cf. Athanasian Creed] [unidentified priest with robes and banner with the words as stated; full length] [John Johnson 923] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 927
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 110X187 mm

Photograph of The Stubbins Farm Yard. A Don's dream [St. Alban's Hall, Merton College, exterior: nightmare vision of all manner of noisy activities, many musical, disturbing George Rodney Scott's sleep; with George William Clements beating bath, George Pelham Thomas as a pig, Graham Simmons playing the whistle, and shadowy figure of Edmund Artbuthnott Knox; list of associated fines delineated by Scott. Note: extra details supplied by G.R.S.'s note, pasted into Madan's album, 1921] [John Johnson 924] [by Walter Alison Philips of Merton College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1883]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 928
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 123X155 mm

Photograph of This would be very nice, I must confess, but I suppose I had better stick to Shakespere…must ask H-ll-nd [Henry Scott Holland] what he thinks [back of Benjamin Jowett in woman's party dress with reflection in full length mirror] [John Johnson 925] [by Charles Edmund Waller Dalison of Merton College];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 929
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 126X188 mm

Photograph of The Rivals - Presenting Colors [JJ version = 'Boat Race'] [2 opposing images: 2 oarsman with oar [held high, (?) of Oxford and Cambridge respectively], each being presented with a rosette by a (different) woman; full length] [John Johnson 926] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 930
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 180X129 mm

Photograph of [Edward Bouverie Pusey wearing scull cap; head and shoulders; profile] [John Johnson 927] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 931
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 123X155 mm

Photograph of [Oxford University Rifle Volunteer Corps - George Rodney Scott in uniform; full length profile] [John Johnson 928] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 932
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X161 mm

Photograph of [Pembroke College: crowds; furore in Quad, with Evan Evans (Master), Hartwell de la Garde Grissell of Brasenose College and Robert George Livingstone of Pembroke College; Grissell being pelted by missiles on account of his perceived leanings towards the Romish church] [John Johnson 929] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1883]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 933
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 172X113 mm

Photograph of [Alfred James Green, the Marshall, in winter tree tops, clambering over roof or wall with 2 bulldogs; full length; big head] [John Johnson 930] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 934
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 152X118 mm

Photograph of Protestant zeal of Pembroke College; an episode of the 19th century. 'No Popery! Down with all Papists!' [Evan Evans, Master and Robert George Livingstone, Fellow, escorting Hartwell de la Garde Grissell of Brasenose College off the premises, being jeered by bottle-throwing crowds in the Quad, 24 February 1883 - see Oxford Review & Undergraduates' Journal March 1, p. 285 and March 8, 1883, p. 313] [John Johnson 931] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1883]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 935
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 154X116 mm

Photograph of Design for a stained glass window... in honour of the Pembroke martyr [Hartwell de la Garde Grissell of Brasenose College in doublet and hose, with halo, surrounded by bottles and jam jars, holding flower; full length - see nos. 933 & 935] [John Johnson 932] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1883]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 936
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 114X154 mm

Photograph of Follow my Leader [Arthur Templeton Lyttelton, Master of Selwyn College, Cambridge (late of Keble College) and Edward Stuart Talbot, Warden of Keble College, walking in procession with respective college banners; full length profiles; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 5] [John Johnson 933]
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 937
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 154X108 mm

Photograph of Putting the Weight [woman, wearing (?) classical style dress with hair tied back, putting the shot; full length profile] [John Johnson 934] [? by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 938
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X151 mm

Photograph of High Jump [woman in (?) classical style dress, hair tied back with ribbon, high jumping; full length action pose; another woman standing by] [John Johnson 935] [by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 939
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X151 mm

Photograph of Throwing the Hammer [woman in (?) classical style dress about to throw the hammer; full length] [John Johnson 936] [? by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 940
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X164 mm

Photograph of Winning in a Canter [2 women in (?) classical style dress running; full length] [John Johnson 937] [? by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 941
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X151 mm

Photograph of Golden Fleece - … I must fine you [George Rodney Scott, Dean and Fellow of Merton College with bag of fines in left hand and 5 bags on the floor by his feet, fining student 5 shillings; full length profiles; 'Golden fleece' banner supporting sheep, with Merton Chapel Tower in background] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 942
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120x153 mm

Photograph of Ye Solemne Enthronization and Adoration of Ye Blessed Edward Benzoni, or what we are fast coming to (alas!) in Protestant England…A.D.1884 [Archbishop Edward White Benson, seated, overseeing Catholic rites at Canterbury Cathedral, with acolyte kissing his foot, another kissing his robes, a nun and others kneeling before him, a choir singing behind] [John Johnson 939] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 943
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 165X117 mm

Photograph of Reminiscences of the Royal visit [1] May 1883 [a collage of images, including of portrait with Benjamin Jowett, a man leaning out of Vincent's Club and a 'town and gown' brawl] [John Johnson 941] [by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: May 1883
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 944
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 145X110 mm

Photograph of Mother Church and the new Ecclesiastical Squeers - The New E.S. (to Mother C) [Archbishop Edward White Benson offering advice to 'Mother Church' and 'children' of the Anglican Church concerning behaviour; bottle of Benson's soothing syrup nearby; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 29] [John Johnson 938] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 945
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 116X177 mm

Shrimpton caricatures Volume 6
Date: 1877 -1892
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 417
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 volume

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Photograph of [Edward Bouverie Pusey, seated, with scull cap and spectacles, writing at his study desk surrounded by books, many on the floor; full length profile -see also no. 985] [John Johnson 895] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 946
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 173X243 mm

Photograph of The New Broom [Oriel College: Arthur Gray Butler, John Richard.King, Lancelot Ridley Phelps and Francis Henry Hall, Fellows, using broom with head (as brush) of the new Provost, David Binning Monro, to enter the College; John Cook Wilson, Fellow, looking on. Letterpress at the top referring to refurbishment of college chapels] [John Johnson 942] [by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 947
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 152X128 mm

Photograph of A Brasenose College tutor discussing 'Democratic Propaganda' [Reginald Walter Macan of University College; half length profile with left hand in pincer-like hand gesture] [John Johnson 943] [? by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 948
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X155 mm

Photograph of Mary Collett in John Inglesant [head and shoulders profile in medallion. cf. the beautiful and pious niece of Nicholas Ferrar in John Henry Shorthouse's novel of 1881, John Inglesant. Copy of photographic reproduction registered with Copyright Office, Stationer's Co., by Alfred Shrimpton, TNA COPY 1/364/323 29 May 1883] [John Johnson 944] [by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: May 1883
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 949
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 105X153 mm

Photograph of Wreck of the 'Church' on the Reformation Rocks. Differences of opinion on the Anglican raft with sail pronouncing 'Established Church' [Church ass struggling with Roman Catholic priest, with the back of Benjamin Jowett nearby on a raft carrying barrels and boxes of dogma, doctrine and tithe, surrounded by a sea of atheism, pantheism, deism, agnosticism, and socinianism; dissenting gulls flying overhead] [John Johnson 945] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 950
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 148X121 mm

Photograph of The Archer Costume [woman in riding attire, with peaked cap, buttoned down, waisted jacket, frilly edged skirt, and boots, holding (?) riding crop; full length profile] [John Johnson 946] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 951
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 108X161 mm

Photograph of [The Football Costume: woman with tight curly hair, wearing frilly edged skirt, holding a rugby ball in left hand and flag pole in right; full length] [John Johnson 947] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 952
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 96X150 mm

Photograph of [The Nautical Costume: woman wearing anchor and chain about her body, fancy 'sailor suit' top and socks, and boater; full length] [John Johnson 948] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 953
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 105X157 mm

Photograph of The Naturalist Costume [woman covered with 3 large butterflies, holding net; full length] [John Johnson 949] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 954
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 110X158 mm

Photograph of The Stuart Costume [woman wearing costume of the Stuart period, holding a parasol over her right shoulder; full length] [John Johnson 950] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 955
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 109X160 mm

Photograph of The Prince's Visit [procession from Clarendon Building looking towards the NE end of Catte St., showing old buildings before demoliition ahead of the building of the Indian Institute, with Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, at the head with Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil, Monier Monier Williams, Benjamin Jowett, Henry George Liddell, William Reynell Anson, Henry Wentworth Acland, James Franck Bright, William Ince, Edwin Palmer, John Percival, Evan Evans, Edward Stuart Talbot, Walter Lock, George Charles Brodrick, John Richard Magrath, William Walter Merry, Montagu Burrows, John Obadiah Westwood and George Herbert Morrell. 1 May 1883; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 33, fol.3] [John Johnson 951] [F.L. Hill, RA]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [May 1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 956
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 181X123 mm

Photograph of Elijah's Mantle. The naughty little boys mocking at Elisha (but where are the Bears!) [Lord Randolph Churchill ascending hill with banner for 'Tory democracy', being mocked by Sir Stafford Northcote of Balliol College and Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil, Chancellor of the University cf. article of this title in Fortnightly Review, May 1883] [John Johnson 952] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [May 1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 957
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 112X142 mm

Photograph of At The Theatre [woman; head and shoulders; dark hair tied back with band/ribbon; in classical style dress] [John Johnson 953] [by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 958
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 126X155 mm

Photograph of [The Bicycle Costume: woman in tight tunic, frilly edged skirt, gloves, boots and 'helmet]' [John Johnson 954] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 959
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 99X160 mm

Photograph of 'Out for a run' [Walter Lock, Senior Proctor of Magdalen College, taking bulldog for a walk in the countryside; mortar board blown off; full length; large head] [John Johnson 973] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 960
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 164X125 mm

Photograph of A Star in the East [Charles Pritchard, Professor of Astronomy and Fellow of New College, riding a donkey near the Pyramids, mopping his brow; full length -see also fol. 992] [ = first item in JJ album 6] [John Johnson 961] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1883
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 961
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 161X130 mm

Photograph of An Interpreter of Isaiah [Archibald Henry Sayce, Professor of Assyriology, at work, writing, surrounded by images relating to Isaiah texts ; half length profile] [ = last item in JJ album 5] [John Johnson 960] by R.P.P.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1883
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 962
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X180 mm

Photograph of The Noble Captain sallies forth ['Loafer' Bruce, amateur messenger, doffing bowler with right hand, left hand in pocket with cane; full length] [John Johnson 959] [by ? Bags]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 963
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X150 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools No. 4: The Rugby Kick [Thomas William Jex-Blake, Headmaster of Rugby School and of University College, Oxford, in cap and stripey sporting attire, kicking football] [John Johnson 293] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1884, really ? 1876]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 964
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 117X162 mm

vacant page labelled '407 Smoking Party; copy at fol. 418 (John Johnson 407)

Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 965
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item

Photograph of Our Professors No. 1: [Henry Parry Liddon with dome of St. Paul's Cathedral as body, 'matchstick' arms and legs] [no copy in John Johnson album] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884, really ? 1877]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 966
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 118X171 mm

Photograph of The Play Hour [Public School headmasters at play - duplicate of copy at G.A. Oxon. 4o 413, fol. 353] [between 533 and 534 in John Johnson album] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1877]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 967
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 255X195 mm

Photograph of One of the Common objects of the Isis [unidentified man in stripey top and shorts punting on River Isis (Thames) though not actually portrayed] [John Johnson 584] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1884, really ? c. 1879]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 968
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X154 mm

Photograph of Anson On Contract [William Reynell Anson speaking at lectern; full length] [John Johnson 585] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884, really ? c. 1879]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 969
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 102X161 mm

Photograph of 'Town & Gown' of the future [undergraduates, mainly 3 women in dresses wearing mortar boards, attacking townsfolk] [John Johnson 592] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884, really ? c. 1879]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 970
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 162X113 mm

Photograph of Chaunting ye Gospel [priest reading from large book of the Gospels held aloft by young acolyte] [JJ album also includes hand coloured version] [John Johnson 593] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Oct. 1879
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 971
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X127 mm

Photograph of Oxford: Present & Future: Sweet girl graduate, the fond undergraduate, the Lady (?) Deane, the elderly Don [all full length] [John Johnson 594] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1879
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 972
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 162X116 mm

Photograph of 'A Fair Plough of a (?) Somerville (?) Fresher' [(female) student of Somerville Hall, sitting at desk, studying; gothic windows in background; full length profile] [John Johnson 597] by H.W.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 973
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 106X168 mm

Photograph of An Attached Student of Somerville Hall [male and female students wearing mortar boards, holding hands in leafy glade; book cast on floor; full length - see also fol. 697] [John Johnson 688] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1880]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 974
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 95X167 mm

Photograph of An Attached Student of Somerville Hall [male and female students wearing mortar boards, the man with right arm around the woman; book cast on floor; looking lovingly at each other] [John Johnson 688A] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1880]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 975
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 117X162 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools [ ]: 'Speak out Sir, speak out' [unidentified master in the class room requesting passages of Homer to be read] [John Johnson 599] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 976
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X171 mm

Photograph of The Men of Oxford in the University of that Name are Raised by Emulation to Higher Spheres [undergraduate climbing the rocky path to 'Honours' behind female student with 'Wings of Learning'; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 2] [John Johnson 600] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 977
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 103X163 mm

Photograph of That saintly young man The Revd. Spoonbill Scroggans, Assistant Priest of St. Mullgrins, Diocese of Truro [standing piously before low lectern; full length profile] [JJ album also includes hand coloured version] [John Johnson 598] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 978
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 122X150 mm

Photograph of What we are coming to or Somerville undergraduates in the Vacation [female students at Somerville Hall in evening dress extolling virtues of their erudition to men at party] [John Johnson 601] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 979
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 160X125 mm

Photograph of Kettle v. Pot [head of Joseph Renner Maxwell in a kettle, head of Christian Frederick Cole wearing pince nez, in a pot on an oven range with fire grille labelled 'School for Scandal'- cf. Oxford & Cambridge Undergraduate's Journal. 30 Oct. 1879, p. 49 ('Correspondence' re reviews in OCUJ, 23 Oct. 1879)] [John Johnson 602] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Oct. 1879
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 980
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 177X135 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools No. 27: Jimmy's Innings [James Maurice Wilson, Headmaster of Clifton College, with full beard and cricket bat in right hand pointing in the direction of a ball with a profile image of the head of (?) John Percival, who preceded him as Headmaster; full length; big head; orig at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 31a] [John Johnson 603] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [ c.1879]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 981
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 132X192 mm

Photograph of [? Torpids or Eights Week] [panoramic view: supporters running along towpath with horse and dogs -see also fol. 784] [John Johnson 775] [by Thomas Bonnemer]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [ c.1881]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 982
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 171X110 mm

Photograph of [Show Sunday: crowds in (?) Broad Walk, Christ Church- see also fol. 926] [John Johnson 922] [by Thomas Bonnemer]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [ ? 1882]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 983
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 182X117 mm

Photograph of [Edward Bouverie Pusey preaching in St. Mary's Church - smaller version of fol. 594 [John Johnson 'A' between 533 and 534] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1877]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 984
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 102X135 mm

Photograph of [Edward Bouverie Pusey, seated, with scull cap and spectacles, writing at his study desk = duplicate of fol. 946] [John Johnson 895] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1882]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 985
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X167 mm

Photograph of [Edward Bouverie Pusey, in his study, seated, with scull cap and spectacles, writing at his desk, surrounded by books on 2 cabinets of drawers, on 3 walls and on floor; chandelier hanging from ceiling] [no copy in John Johnson album] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 986
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 242X197 mm

Photograph of [as fol. 986 but centre detail only] [no copy in John Johnson album] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1882]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 987
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 148X101 mm

Photograph of [Magdalen College Quad: backs of crowds, some in Elizabethan dress, looking towards priest in outside corner pulpit at the entrance of the Chaplain's Quadrangle, giving the sermon on St. John the Baptist's Day (24 June), a practice discontinued in 1766, but revived in 1896; after a painting by Joseph Nash] [John Johnson 955] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 988
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 228X170 mm

Photograph of [Magdalen College Hall: interior; Christmas carols; with backs of dons looking towards head of table; Christmas tree and decorations in background]; (?) after a painting by John Nash [John Johnson 956] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 989
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 232X165 mm

Print of Home Sweet Home [Alfred James Green, the University Marshall, seated, smoking a long-billed pipe; bulldog at his feet, one on his lap and in pictures on the wall. Marginal note: 'dismissed for peculation, [25] April 1888'] [John Johnson 957] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 990
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 132X77 mm

Print of [Mesopotamia rope ferry over the River Cherwell to (New) Marston; Proctor with bulldogs on ferry boat (punt) , absconder in distance running on path between 2 ditches cf. vignette in fol. 710] [John Johnson 958] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 991
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X 77 mm

Photograph of A Star in the East [Charles Pritchard riding a donkey near the Pyramids = duplicate of fol. 961] [John Johnson 961] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1883
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 992
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 180X150 mm

Photographs of [Bust of Edward Bouverie Pusey: 2 images: profile and half full-face] [John Johnson 962 A&B by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fols. 993-4
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 127X163 mm, 127X168 mm

Photograph of Our Great Gun [Charles Cannan, Fellow of Trinity College, as if encased in a cannon, standing, with open book in right hand; full length profile] [John Johnson 963] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 995
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 110X156 mm

Photograph of [Bust of Benjamin Jowett; half full-face] [John Johnson 964] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 996
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 105X158 mm

Photograph of Outside the 'Vic' - the Ideal [undergraduates in academic dress in the Victoria Theatre (George St.) lobby] [John Johnson 965] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 997
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 169X132 mm

Photograph of Outside the 'Vic' - the Real [men, woman and child in normal day clothes walking past the Victoria Theatre, George Street] [John Johnson 966] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 998

Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 171X125 mm

Photograph of 10 Triumphans! In memoriam. Merton College, Nov 5, 1883 [Walter Scott, Fellow of Merton College, with beard and spectacles, carrying boxes of fireworks, rain dripping off his hat; full length profile; probably alluding to the weather reducing the excesses of Bonfire Night] [John Johnson 967] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1883
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 999
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X164 mm

Photograph of 'Mashed' - 3 a.m. - Amatus. 'Smashed' - 10 a.m - Aratus [2 opposing images: young man descending staircase with woman with fan; solitary, disconsolate undergraduate descending staircase alone] [John Johnson 968] [by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1000
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 191X125 mm

Photograph of [John Percival, President of Trinity College, in pulpit; upper body] [John Johnson 969] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1001
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 108X163 mm

Photograph of Alarming Reappearance of the Chimney Epidemic at Merton College (as seen from the Broad Walk)] George Charles Brodrick and Edmund Arbuthnott Knox aloft on opposing chimneys, brandishing chimney brushes; Thomas Bowman clinging onto chimney in distance; William Esson sitting on roof; George Rodney Scott by right- hand chimney, reciting aloud; with 'shades' of Bishop Walter de Merton and Roger de St. Alban re 'University improvements' - 'The work has been entrusted to Messers Symm & Co...'; orig at. MS. Top. Oxon. a. 33, fol. 4 - see xford & Cambridge Undergraduates' JournalO, 18 October 1883, p. 14 ] [John Johnson 970] [by Walter Alison Philips of Merton College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Oct. 1883
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1002
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 170X129 mm

Photograph of Coach of the Trials or Trials of the Coach? [Reginald Saumarez de Havilland of Corpus Christi College and President of the Oxford University Boat Club for the 1884 Boat Race, on bucking horse with Eights crew on the River Isis (Thames) in background. Quotation from Horaces Odes 2. III, 1-2 re keeping horse under control] [John Johnson 971] [by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1003
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 176X122 mm

Photograph of The Trial Scene as Lately Enacted at Oxford. Dedicated with all respect to the Philothespians [scene from the Merchant of Venice with William Leonard Courtney, Fellow of New College and Benjamin Jowett, Master of Balliol College, on throne, 4-8 Dec. 1883 - see Oxford & Cambridge Undergraduates' Journal, 6 Dec. 1883, pp. 148-9. Notes: Jowett had just passed a decree permitting Shakespeare plays to be performed by students; the Oxford University Dramatic Society was founded in 1885] [John Johnson 972] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Dec. 1883
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1004
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 171X123 mm

Photograph of Love's Labour Lost [John Ruskin: head and shoulders profile; 3 undergraduates walking in background set against Oxford skyline of spires, railway lines, one at rooftop level, commercial buildings and lots of smoke. Quotation from Eccles. 1.1, 'Vanity of vanities'] [John Johnson 974], 'removed to 'Railways Folder'] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1883
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1005
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 158X133 mm

Photograph of Examination in lieu of Responsions [man in lounge suit and woman with fan sitting on steps of stone staircase. Note: Responsions was the first of three University examninations] [John Johnson 975] [by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1006
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 144X131 mm

Photograph of Viva 'Immoderations' Voce [6 undergraduates drinking at a table and raising glasses. Note: Moderations are examinations at the end of the first part of some degree courses at Oxford University] [John Johnson 976] [by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1007
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 123X152 mm

Photograph of Herr Schottermärten [(?) George Rodney Scott of Merton College playing the violin with gusto; full length; big head, face-on] [John Johnson 977] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1008
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 110X167 mm

Photograph of [Bust of Canon Henry Parry Liddon on volumes of his works] [John Johnson 978] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1009
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X149 mm

Photograph of 'Oh, the little more and how much it is, And the little less and what worlds away' [quotation from Robert Browning's 'By the Fire-side'] [young woman back-to-back with older woman with an expression of disapproval - see also fol. 1032, the same young woman alone] [John Johnson 979] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1010
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 110X176 mm

Photograph of Santa Nicotina del Cigaretto, blowing her own Halo [barefooted woman wearing classical style dress, reclining and smoking, producing smoke ring like an halo] [John Johnson 980] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1011
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 107X162 mm

Photograph of Fashionable woman with fur edged shoulder wrap, pleated skirt and hat] [John Johnson 981] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1012
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 111X164 mm

Photograph of Female student with mortar board and gown, standing, pensively, with hand under chin] [John Johnson 982] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1013
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 98X148 mm

Photograph of [Young woman with hair tied back with band; head and shoulders] [John Johnson 983] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1014
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 108X160 mm

Photograph of [Young woman with short hair, headband and frilly collar; head and shoulders profile] [John Johnson 984] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1015
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 110X161 mm

Photograph of Jealousy [mermaid embracing walrus, while another walrus looks on disapprovingly] [John Johnson 985] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1016
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 162X111 mm

Photograph of An Allegory [kneeling, naked goddess holding cupid whose arrow has impaled a male undergraduate, being one of two male undergraduates held on a string, like a puppet, by a kneeling, ancient god] [John Johnson 986] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1017
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 190X121 mm

Photograph of [Robert Ewing of St. John's College, seated, with sleeves rolled up, plucking a goose] [John Johnson 987] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1018
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X185 mm

Photograph of [Fashionable female student with mortar board, fur edged jacket and pleated skirt; back view] [John Johnson 988] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1019
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 105X159 mm

Photograph of [Bust of Edward Bouverie Pusey] [John Johnson 989] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1020
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X162 mm

Photograph of John Fielder Mackarness, Bishop of Oxford; head and shoulders medallion] [John Johnson 990] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1021
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 111X163 mm

Photograph of Bodley Vivesection: not in The Blue Book. Sheldonian Laboratory. 5 Jan. 1884 [re anti-vivisection: Prof. John Burdon-Sanderson, seated, leaning forward, brandishing knife to throat of Bodley's Librarian, Edward Williams Byron Nicholson, while on an 'operating table'. Marginal note: Nicholson had proposed a motion against vivisection in the University [G.R.S.]] [John Johnson 991] by Tommy; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Jan. 1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1022
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 160X120 mm

Photograph of 2 opposing images: 'country yokel' leaning against fence, with flying bird on a string, eggs and nest at his feet; backs of decamping (?) bird-like dons carrying dogs] [John Johnson 992] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1023
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 198X103 mm

Photograph of [William Haig Brown, Headmaster of Charterhouse as cupid flying above school. cf .fol. 906] [John Johnson 994] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1024
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X187 mm

Photograph of [Advice to the Studious] [6 images: undergraduate receiving, reading and comprehending his 'testamur'. Note a 'testamur' was a certificate from the Clerk of Schools, proving the candidate had satisfied the examiners. This was discontinued in 1893] [John Johnson 994] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1025
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 132X137 mm

Photograph of Canon William Bright; holding top hat by his side with left hand; full length; big head; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 38] [John Johnson 995] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1026
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X186 mm

Photograph of Christmas at the Sheldonian Theatre under the Experienced Management of Mr.B. B. J.w.tt [Elizabethan setting with John Richard Magrath. Provost of Queen's College, Benjamin Jowett, (Heralds) James Legge (2nd Ugly Sister) and Robert Forman Horton (1st Ugly Sister), a Nonconformist divine of New College enacting a scene from Cinderella (Ecclesia Anglicana). Reference is made to Horton's speech in Bradford] [John Johnson 996] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1027
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 175X136 mm

Photograph of The Old Greek… [John Ruskin holding top hat and walking stick in front of him; with Greek captions; full length; big head. Quotation from (New Testament) Acts 14, v. 17, 'filling our heart with food and gladness'] [John Johnson 997] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1028
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X179 mm

Photograph of [JJ = 'Method of Residues'] [Woman with long hair and headband; head and shoulders profile. Note: JJ tiltle refers to a method of scientific induction devised by John Stuart Mill, an early advocate of women's rights] [John Johnson 998] [by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1029
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 112X170 mm

Photograph of Juggernaut [horse-drawn tram, face-on (largely obscured) thundering past Magdalen College, with don sitting on track in front saying his prayers: orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol.11a] [John Johnson 999] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1884
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1030
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 112X200 mm

Photograph of Varsity v. Yorks: rugby ground with surrounding images of the game; Augustus Gordon Grant Asher of Brasenose College seemingly driving horse and cab in sky line. Marginal note: 'a pointless draw after Henry Vassall's University rugby team had been unbeaten for 2 years. This marginal note appears to be incorrect as the report on the game on 20 Feb. in the Oxford & Cambridge Undergraduates' Journal, 21 Feb. 1884, p. 254 says Oxford University won] [John Johnson 1000] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1031
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 181X124 mm

Photograph of Young woman with muff and boater-type hat with sprig of flowers on top. cf. fol. 1010] [John Johnson 1001] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1032
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 102X171 mm

Photograph of [Athletes - 'jumper': Gerald Frederick Hornby of Corpus Christi College wearing cap, spectacles and long top coat, with man kneeling at his feet attending to his stockings] [John Johnson 1002] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1033
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X135 mm

Photograph of [Athletes: Augustus Gordon Grant Asher of Brasenose College in shorts and striped vest, holding (?) ball in right hand; full length] [John Johnson 1003] [by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1034
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 99X162 mm

Photograph of [Athletes: John Hubert Ware of Brasenose College., wearing cap, jacket over vest and shorts; small ball at his feet] [John Johnson 1004] [by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1035
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 98X144 mm

Photograph of [Athletes: Marshall Harcourt Paine of Merton College, running, wearing vest and shorts; full length] [John Johnson 1005] [by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1036
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 104X109 mm

Photograph of [Athletes: Lawford Andrews of Christ Church, high jumping, wearing vest and shorts; action pose] [John Johnson 1006] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1037
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 107X152 mm

Photograph of 'What's the next Article?' The Inquisition [Joseph Hooper Maude, Fellow of Hertford College, Edwin Hatch of Pembroke College and Robert Baker Girdlestone, Principal of Wycliffe Hall, all wearing academic dress, seated in line at a table, with menacing countenances, ready for the interrogation] [John Johnson 1007] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1038
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 192X124 mm

Photograph of Archbishop Archibald Campbell Tait; engraved portrait; head and shoulders profile] [John Johnson 1008] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1039
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 112X142 mm

Photograph of John William Burgon in the Daily News [Burgon sitting up in bed, horrified at the sight of female undergraduates surrounding him; admonished in the press cf. Vote on female undergraduates in Convocation, 29 April 1884] [John Johnson 1009] [by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1884
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1040
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 181X121 mm

Photograph of I will wear no clothes to distinguish me from my Christian brethren [Robert Forman Horton of New College, Congregationalist minister, removing shirt to reveal bare chest: re speech in Hampstead and his being elected as an Examiner in respect of 39 Articles on 6 Dec. 1883 (see Oxford University Gazette, 1883-4, p. 179) ] [John Johnson 1010) by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1041
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X162 mm

Photograph of A dream of fair women: 'I, blinded with my tears, Still strove to speak: my voice was thick with sighs' [quotation from Alfred, Lord Tennyson from poem with this title, but adding a parody of the next 3 lines; female student under examination by 6 attentive dons, all rather strange, bar one handsome and admiring young don] [John Johnson 1011] [by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1042
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 160X128 mm

Photograph of [Black Labrador sitting opposite Jack Russell, both on chairs and wearing subfusc; direct photo] [John Johnson 1012] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1043
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 159X109 mm

Photograph of Convocation, 29 April: 'Placet' - 'Non Placet' [2 opposing images: clerical don holding girl in his left arm, another girl standing before him; bespectacled, bearded, solitary don with rolled umbrella and muffler, looking on. re vote on honorary examinations for women. cf. Oxford & Cambridge Undergraduates' Journal, 1 May 1884, pp. 339, 346-7] [John Johnson 1013] by. W.G.R; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Apr. 1884
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1044
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 188X125 mm

Photograph of The Tree of Knowledge. A 'New Version' by Dean [John William] Burgon [don offering female student an apple, 'Class 1' beneath tree; serpent at foot of tree; dons entering Convocation in background. re vote of female undergraduates on 29 April 1884] cf. fol. 1044] [John Johnson 1014] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [May] 1884
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1045
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 148X127 mm

Photograph of Observation - Experiment [2 opposing images: page boy following maid with tea tray; page embracing maid and kissing her by surprise, causing her to drop tray]. Note: title probably taken from a maxim in science teaching] [John Johnson 1015] [by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1046
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 165X107 mm

Photograph of Out of College [drawing room scene with 2 seated men and standing woman presenting tea on a tray; John William Burgon peering in disapprovingly through window, with hansom cab behind] [John Johnson 1016] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1047
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 156X124 mm

Photograph of The ill fated Angler…confounded Dingey [fisherman on bank with rod and line, disturbed by man rowing dinghy on the River Isis (Thames); (?) Iffley Mill in background] [John Johnson 1017] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1048
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 155X126 mm

Photograph of A drive from Otmoor [unidentified, bowler-hatted man with post horn, driving horse and trap] [John Johnson 1018] by Bags; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1884
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1049
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 115X154 mm

Photograph of Shrimpton & Sons Publishers [Benjamin Jowett looking at the backs of beadles as sandwich men advertising books on the classics, aids to the 'Schools' and latest publications; identifiable Shrimpton caricatures in shop window] [John Johnson 1019] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1884
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1050
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 180X136 mm

Photograph of Oxford Dons coming back October Term. Semper Voluptates Sunt Mortales [Erasmus, Opuscula graecorum veterum sententiosa et moralia, p. 146-9] [horse-drawn tram at Carfax with dons, inlcluding Henry George Liddell, Sir Henry Wentworth Acland, Monier Monier-Williams, Evan Evans, Bartholomew Price, Benjamin Jowett, Archibald Henry Sayce, Edmund Salusbury Ffoulkes, Montagu Burrows, William Ince, James Edwards Sewell, Friedrich Max Müller, James Legge; Charles Pritchard, Edwin Palmer, Bonamy Price, Henry Fanshawe Tozer, James Franck Bright, George Noel Freeling, George Charles Brodrick, Henry George Woods, Robinson Ellis, Henry Parry Liddon, Alfred Millard William Christopher, Edward King, William Sanday, Edward Williams Byron Nicholson, Edward Stuart Talbot, Alfred James Green and Robert Ewing, with children and street vendors in foreground, including one adversiting 'Oxford Caricatures' and another 'The Philothespians, October Term'; 'looking down St. Aldates' St.; Carfax House on left] [John Johnson 1020] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Oct. 1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1051
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 177X147 mm

Photograph of How our Colleges are regulated [Merton College: 3 undergraduates proffering 'decrements' to Edmund Arbuthnott Knox, Fellow of Merton College, with cross-legged George Charles Brodrick, Warden of Merton college, as his puppet on a string and cross-legged George Rodney Scott, Dean of Merton College and William Esson, Fellow of Merton College, as eastern gods] [John Johnson 1021] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1052
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 168X131 mm

Photograph of [Lime Walk, Trinity College: trees with grotesque heads in branches and heads of Oxford University worthies (mainly members of Trinity College] on the trunks, including Edward Bouverie Pusey, Isaac Williams, Charles Gore, John Henry Newman, Samuel William Wayte, Robinson Ellis, Edward Williams Byron. Nicholson, Henry George Woods, Henry Whitehead, W. Jennings (messenger), Alfred Millard William Christopher, William Stubbs, Hugh Edward Pigott Platt, Archibald Robertson, John Percival and Sir Thomas Pope (founder); orig at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 33, fol. 8] [John Johnson 1012] [by F.H. Hill]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884] [(?) c. 1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1053
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 186X136 mm

Photograph of The Past [barefooted, demure female student in classical dress standing in front of Greek statue, pulling curtain to reveal or conceal 'The Past', with globe and books on floor in the foreground] [John Johnson 1023] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1054
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 109X160 mm

Photograph of Cicero Pro Roscio XLVI: 133-4 'crib' [translations of texts with accompanying humorous sketches, including cooking, drinking, singing, dancing and playing musical instruments, including a minstrel group, otherwise in a psuedo-classical setting] [John Johnson 1024] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1055
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 182X115 mm

Photograph of Cicero Pro Roscio XLVI: 135 'crib' [translation of text with man wearing toga with black boy holding umbrella over his head and following group of men in togas] [John Johnson 1025] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1056
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 170X110 mm

Photograph of Cicero II Phil. XXXI: 77 'crib' [translation of text with 2 men in horse and cab being pursued by Roman bulldog, the man on top with the reins, turning to 'thumb his nose'] [John Johnson 1026] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1057
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 172X100 mm

Photograph of Cicero II Phil XXXI: 77 'crib' [horse and cab: occupant falling onto floor; driver looking down on him; being greeted by porter with keys, lantern and trident; night setting] [John Johnson 1027] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1058
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 170X109 mm

Photograph of Scene in the Quad of a College ['when the dog's away the rat may play' -re rescinding of prohibition of admission of dogs into college, with the result that the quad is overrun with them] [John Johnson 1028] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1059
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 159X122 mm

Photograph of Fashion Plate No. 1: the 'Mastadon Masher' or 'Negro Minstrel' evening costume ... Originally designed for the 'Magdalen Liquorers' [banjo playing man in dinner jacket with tails; full length] [John Johnson 1029] by Fabyan; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1060
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 122X149 mm

Photograph of The Tug of War. Exciting Contest for the Hebdomadal Council [including Edward King, Ingram Bywater and Edward Tindal Turner on one side, John Richard Magrath, William Reynell Anson and Hugo Daniel Harper on the other, with William Walrond Jackson presiding and the head of Benjamin Jowett with wings hovering above; outside the Examination Schools ('the New Schools Building'); orig. at MS. Top. Oxon a. 78, fol. 40] [John Johnson 1030] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1061
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 182X124 mm

Photograph of Roll Call [University College Quad; undergraduates hurrying into College, with dons, including James Franck Bright, Albert Sydney Chavasse, Alexander Chetwood Hamilton and Arthur Dendy; orig at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 33, fol. 9] [John Johnson 1031] [by F.H. Hill]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884] [(?) c. 1883]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1062
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 188X127 mm

Photograph of Back of female (?) student, with 'off-the-shoulder' gown; full length, seated on edge of bed; (?) tinted light-brown hair] [John Johnson 1032] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1063
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 107X170 mm

Photograph of The Genius of the Schools [seated, barefooted female student with light-coloured hair tied up, wearing (?) fashionable décolleté dress with 'bat wings' off the shoulders; full length profile] [John Johnson 1033] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1064
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 104X155 mm

Photograph of [Fashionable woman with bustle and 'Bo-Peep' bonnet; full length, standing with haughty pose] [John Johnson 1034] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1065
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 102X156 mm

Photograph of 'Methinks they should not wear our (?) ugly Gowns' [back view of female student wearing mortar board and flowing, off-the-shoulder gown] [John Johnson 1035] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1066
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 107X160 mm

Photograph of [Fashionable female student wearing mortar board and flowing, décolleté patterned dress, in dramatic pose; full length profile] [John Johnson 1036] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1067
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 109X157 mm

Photograph of The Careless indifference to appearance that we like to see [back view of undergraduate with gown, back-to-front or split, over check suit; full length] [John Johnson 1037] [by Charles Edmund Waller Dalison of Merton College];Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1068
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 103X157 mm

Photograph of Reminiscences of Professor Ruskin's Lectures [man (nothing like John Ruskin!) lecturing to mixed audience] [John Johnson 1038] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1069
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 160X132 mm

Photograph of Universities Mission to Central Africa for the Evangelization of the Natives and the Suppression of the Slave Trade - meeting to be held in Keble College, Tuesday, Nov. 18 [Edward King, Montagu Burrows, Montagu Noel, William Ince, Edward Stuart Talbot and (?) Vincent Stuckey Stratton Coles in yoked column in African savannah setting - see Oxford & Cambridge Undergraduates' Journal, 20 Nov. 1884, p.86] [John Johnson 1039] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1070
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 134X144 mm

Photograph of Edward Augustus Freeman, Regius Professor of Modern History, wearing mortar board and gown, holding papers on lectern; surrounded by images of St. Augustine, St. Dunstan, King Alfred, William the Conqueror and two scenes from the Bayeux Tapestry] [John Johnson 1040] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1071
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X151 mm

Photograph of [(?) Douglas Macleane of Pembroke College, with mortar board and gown, standing with disdainful expression; full length profile] [John Johnson 1041] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1072
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X178 mm

Photograph of 'The M.A. of the Future'. Dedicated to Dean Burgon [pretty, female student wearing mortar board and gown; head and shoulders. Note: Burgon was against women becoming students] [John Johnson 1042] by T.P.B.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1073
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 110X159 mm

Photograph of [Entrance to London and North Western Railway Station, Oxford, Rewley Rd, with Edmund Arbuthnott.Knox of Merton College and 'Loafer' Bruce carrying baggages; Bicester House, Rewley Rd. and Jones Railway Hotel, Park End. St. in background]; advertisement to Shrimpton's Gossiping Guide on railings in left foreground] [John Johnson 1043] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1074
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 144X134 mm

Photograph of A Suggestion for the Pantomime Season [William Leonard Courtney, Junior Proctor of New College, Benjamin Jowett, Master of Balliol College and Vice-Chancellor, and Francis ('Frank') Robert Benson of New College in a harlequin outfit; Jowett leapfrogging over Alfred James Green, the University Marshall] [John Johnson 1044] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1885]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1075
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 175X131 mm

Photograph of High Life [woman on stilts with tambourine outstretched; full length profile] [John Johnson 1045] by W.S.W; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1885]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1076
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 100X162 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools [ ]: Manners makyth Man. Billy's innings [William Andrewes Fearon, Headmaster of Winchester College with cricket bat over shoulder, wearing mortar board and gown; in front of the College. Note: the title is the motto of the College and of New College with which it is connected] [John Johnson 1046] by W.W; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1885]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1077
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X155 mm

Photograph of Bablockhith Ferry. Returning from S. Johns Grind, Northmoor [men on horses, in a cab, on foot, on chain ferry and on riverbank in front of inn; spring setting. cf. 'The Scholar Gypsy' by Matthew Arnold. Note: grind means steeplechase] [John Johnson 1047] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1885]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1078
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 239X167 mm

Photograph of The Crab Catcher. The Fly Catcher [rowing types; 2 humorous images of young, male rowers] [John Johnson 1048] [by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1885]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1079
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 180X108 mm

Photograph of John Inglesant, Wadham College ['Arthurian' portrait of man with long flowing hair and moustache, wearing armour; head and shoulders half profile. Note: John Inglesant a novel by Joseph Henry Shorthouse (1881)] [John Johnson 1050] [by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1885]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1080
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 102X149 mm

Photograph of Our Public Schools [ ]: Out for a spin [Edmond.Warre, Headmaster of Eton College, in rowing boat; College in background] [John Johnson 1049] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1885]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1081
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 117X147 mm

Photograph of The Vice Chancellor in Openining (sic) Convocation said that in Granting Permission to speak in English, he would take the opportunity of saying One Word of English himself [Benjamin Jowett, Master of Balliol College and Vice-Chancellor, with Richard William Massy Pope, Senior Proctor of Worcester College and William Leonard Courtney, Junior Proctor of New College] [John Johnson 1053] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1885]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1082
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 176X121 mm

Photograph of A Conspicuous Temple [Frederick Temple , Bishop of London, standing on top of St. Paul's Cathedral with 'First Sermon in the City' in hand; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon a. 78, fol.37] [John Johnson 1051] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1885]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1083
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 121X164 mm

Photograph of A Collection for Vivisection [Sir Henry Wentworth Acland, Regius Professor of Medicine, John Burdon Sanderson, Professor of Physiology, Henry George Liddell, Dean of Christ Church in the University Museum with exhibits and undergraduate being 'vivisected in the Schools' exhibition case ( = viva voce) by Walter Lock, Fellow of Magdalen College, Robinson Ellis, Edward Stuart Talbot, Warden of Keble College and (?) Joseph Hooper Maude; orig at MS. Top. Oxon a. 33, fol. 6] [John Johnson 1052] [by F.H. Hill]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1885]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1084
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 183X125 mm

Photograph of Cicero Pro Roscio: 27 & 147 ['crib' translations of texts re. Caecilia with humorous sketches with animals] [John Johnson 1054] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1885]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1085
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 172X109 mm

Photograph of Cicero Pro Roscio 2? ['crib' translations of texts re. L. Sulla and the writing of scrolls and papers] [John Johnson 1055] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1885]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1086
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 172X107 mm

Photograph of Cicero Pro Roscio ['crib' translation of text re. Chrysogonous making the 'Arrangement': murder by poisoning, etc.] [John Johnson 1056] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1885]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1087
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 181X115 mm

Photograph of Cicero Pro Roscio: 18 ['crib' translation of text re. murder at the Pallacine Baths] [John Johnson 1057] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1885]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1088
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 185X121 mm

Photograph of Illicit process of the Major [maid being propositioned by bewhiskered, balding elderly man; domestic interior. cf. syllogistic fallacies (logic)] [John Johnson 1064] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1885]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1089
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 97X149 mm

Photograph of 'In one who is to make a good guardian it is required that his character should be philosophical' (Plato's Republic. ii, 'the watchful philosopher') [John Cook Wilson, Junior Proctor of Oriel College, with bulldogs; full length. Annotation on the back 'Long Vacation, 1885'] [no copy in John Johnson album] [by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1885]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1090
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X164 mm

Photograph of The British Workman [bearded Herbert Jackson, Non-Collegiate B.A. with small boater, umbrella over right shoulder, baggy trousers rolled up, smoking a pipe; Oxford tutor or 'crammer' for failing undergraduates, given this name or 'Britter', (?) as a result of this caricature; buried in St. Sepulchre's Cemetery, Oxford, with this nomenclature. cf. H.E. Counsell, 37 The Broad, the memoirs of a Oxford doctor (London, 1943), pp. 42-3] [John Johnson 1059] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1885]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1091
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X173 mm

Photograph of High Church Ornament [Edward King, new Bishop of Lincoln, wearing mitre and holding crosier in right hand in front of Lincoln Cathedral; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78. fol. 36] [John Johnson 1060] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1885]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1092
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 135X189 mm

Photograph of Types of O. U. R. V. [6 members of the Oxford University Rifle Volunteers [Corps] standing to attention in a rather humorous pose] [John Johnson 1061] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1885]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1093
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 183X144 mm

Photograph of Yesterday Today and - [unidentified, bewhiskered clergyman in front of (?) a cathedral; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon a. 78, fol. 33] [John Johnson 1062] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1885]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1094
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X184 mm

Photograph of Oxford Almamack (sic) [roundel of the head of Benjamin Jowett encircled by roundels of heads of dons representing the signs of the zodiac: Henry Fanshawe Tozer (Aquarius), Hugo Daniel Harper (Capricorn), James Edwards Sewell (Sagittarius), Bartholomew Price (Scorpio), John Obadiah Westwood (Aries), Charles Pritchard (Taurus), Edward Hartopp Cradock (Gemini), Robert Ewing (Cancer), James Franck Bright (Leo) and Sir Henry Wentworth Acland (Libra); Oxford skyline at the top and scenes of rowing, skating, hunting and running or tumbling down a hill; orig at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 33, fol. 7] [John Johnson 1063] [by F.H. Hill]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1886] [(?) c. 1884]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1095
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 120X178 mm

Photograph of The Challenge - 'The Start' ['Loafer' Bruce, cigarette in hand and man with bowler hat and arm in sling, 'toasting' their mugs of beer at 11.05; seated at table] [John Johnson 1065] b. F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1886]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1096
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 161X129 mm

Photograph of The Finish -'Beaten' ['Loafer' Bruce and bowler-hatted man slumped on chairs after drinking session at 2.00] [John Johnson 1066] by F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1886]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1097
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 168X127 mm

Photograph of Brasenose Ale [Albert Watson, Principal of Brasenose College, leading dray horses, pulling cart of Brasenose ale barrels (with 'large nose' trade mark) outside college] [John Johnson 1067] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1886]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1098
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 160X115 mm

Photograph of G. O. M. I have the Country at my Back [William Ewart Gladstone aka 'Grand Old Man' being kicked by numerous boots off the English cliff towards Ireland. Note: Gladstone intoduced an Irish First Home Rule Bill in 1886, subsequently defeated] ] [John Johnson 1068] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Oct. 1886]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1099
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 158X111 mm

Photograph of The Queer Old Man of Harwarden Looking for his Majority [William Ewart Gladstone reading the Daily News at the foot of two trees with faces in trunk; axe in foreground; full length profile, seated] [John Johnson1069] by F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1886]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1100
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 172X124 mm

Photograph of Caesar on top of a 'diligence' crossed the Alps [Julius Caesar's De Bello Gallico [2 'Roman' men on stagecoach behind driver in contemporary dress. Note: play on the Latin word 'diligentia', a diligence being a large stagecoach] [John Johnson 1070] by Foxy; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1886]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1101
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 172X124 mm

Photograph of Aristotle's Gymnasia for eldermen. Politics Bk 4 [elderly men engaged in all manner of exercises in a gymnasium. Note: (Archibald) Maclaren's Oxford Gymnasium in Alfred St. was a famed institution] [John Johnson 1071] by Foxy; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1886]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1102
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 173X125 mm

Photograph of 'Good Heavens! What a bustle'. Terence: Andria [woman with extremely large bustle followed by piper, drummer and black servant children in classical attire and in classical setting. Note Andria or the Roman girl from Andros is a comepdy by Terence] [John Johnson 1072] by Foxy; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1886]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1103
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 183X132 mm

Photograph of Lord Randolph Churchill: 'Ah. Bruce is that you?….' (offering a 'sou') ['Loafer' Bruce] 'Thank you my Lord, congratulate you on being Chancellor of the Exchequer [outside Merton College lodge gateway. Note: Churchill became Exchequer in August 1886] [John Johnson 1073] by F.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Aug. 1886]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1104
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 125X152 mm

Photograph of Parody of 'Harmony' [(?) chapel interior: John Stanier, Heather Professor of Music, playing the organ, listened to by an admiring, reclining Benjamin Jowett , Master of Balliol College, behind him], Ryman's, March 1887 [cf. Stanier's Treatise on Harmony, 1880] [no copy in John Johnson album] by 'Ges' or 'Pes'; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Mar. 1887
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1105
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 133X2104 mm

Photograph of Mutat Terra Vices: Vicisti, Balliolensis [Benjamin Jowett , Master of Balliol Collge, lounging in front of fire, smoking cigar, puffing smoke cloud with the words of subjects concerning him, e.g. Indian Institute, vivisection, admission of women, Oriental studies. He stepped down as Vice-Chancellor in 1886; orig. in Balliol College] [John Johnson 1074] [by Ralph St. John Ainslie of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1887]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1106
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 180X128 mm

Photograph of Cicero Pro Lucius Murena VI.13 ['crib' translation of text re Marcus calling the Consul of the Roman people a 'bounder'; men in togas on street corner in front of shop window in modern setting] [John Johnson 1075] by Foxy; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1887]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1107
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 185X127 mm

Photograph of Horace Satires Bk. 1.VI ['crib' translation of text 'I attend divine service': old woman in bath chair attended by black children and beadles on way to temple] [John Johnson 1076] by Foxy; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1887]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1108
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 176X129 mm

Photograph of A few supporters of Women's Rights [12 heads of women, many with hats or bonnets, with less than flattering expressions] [John Johnson 1077] by John Musgrave Harvey of Keble College; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Dec. 1887]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1109
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 171X141 mm

Photograph of The Lecture [female student wearing mortar board and gown, left hand outstretched touching (?) lectern; three-quarter length] [John Johnson 1078] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1887]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1110
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 110X166 mm

Photograph of Torpids 1888. The Seventh Bump: Merton Boat [George Charles Brodrick, Warden of Merton College and George Noel Freeling, Vicar of Holywell and of Merton College on towpath beyond boat, each holding top hats in outstreched left hand; full length, exaggerated size; with a crowd of supporters; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 33, fol. 11] [John Johnson 1079] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Mar. 1888
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1111
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 184X133 mm

Photograph of Merton Torpid 1888. [George Charles Brodrick, Master, George Rodney Scott, Dean and George Noel Freeling, all of Merton College, lighting torches; bonfire with crowds encircling it in background] [John Johnson 1080] by F.L. Hill; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Mar. 1888
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1112
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 159X117 mm

Photograph of [Young female boating person wearing blazer and cap; three-quarter length; face-on] [John Johnson 1081] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1888]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1113
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 108X151 mm

Photograph of The Barge [demure young woman wearing boating blazer and cap, reading paper; three-quarter length profile] [John Johnson 1082] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1888]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1114
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 122X175 mm

Photograph of A Distinguished Churchman Passing from One See to Another [Bishop William Stubbs tightrope walking with angels above Chester and Oxford Cathedrals; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 33, fol. 2] [John Johnson 1083] by F.L.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1889]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1115
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 208X136 mm

Photograph of E. S. T. [Edward Stuart Talbot, Warden of Keble College, running with baggages addressed to Leeds, leaving the Wardenship of Keble to become Vicar of Leeds), top hat flying off] [John Johnson 1084] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1888]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1116
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 131X168 mm

Photograph of [Arthur Sidgwick standing, arms outstretched in front of (?) lecture table; 'pelican' (viz. Corpus Christi College) in frame or mirror looking down on him] [John Johnson 1085] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1888]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1117
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 123X192 mm

Photograph of [Robert James Wilson, new Warden of Keble College walking outside College, hands clasped on waist] [John Johnson 1087] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1888]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1118
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 111X171 mm

Photograph of Design for a Window In Mansfield College [Andrew Martin Fairbairn, President of Mansfield College, in centre of 3-light Gothic window; unidentified individuals either side] [John Johnson 1088] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1888]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1119
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 138X171 mm

Photograph of The coming Proctor-ess. 'Sister Mary walked like that, pit pat, pit à pat ' [young woman wearing mortar board and exaggerated bustle, followed by 3 bulldogs on tiptoes, all walking in a humorous way. cf. musical hall song by Gus Levaine & A. Message, publ. 1886] [John Johnson 1089] by F.H.L.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1888]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1120
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 144X200 mm

Photograph of Victory and the Varsities or a new Version [worried young man wearing laurel leaf crown, seemingly led, arm-in-arm with 2 young attentive women, all in classical style clothes, walking in pastoral setting] [John Johnson 1090] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1888]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1121
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 108X164 mm

Photograph of [Female student languishing in chair against wall, quill in right hand; three-quarter length] [John Johnson 1091] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1888]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1122
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 108X150 mm

Photograph of [Female student in fashionable clothes with flouncy scarf, plus mortar board; three-quarter length] [John Johnson 1092] [by William Parkinson of Oriel College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1888]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1123
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 105X 150 mm

Photograph of Frederick William Bussell, Fellow of Brasenose College, doffing bowler hat, wearing monocle, with (?) riding crop under left arm; full length profile] [John Johnson 1093] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1888]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1124
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 123X167 mm

Photograph of Come round Varsitee!' [3 men in Oxford University Rugby Club kit (with crown on shirt), the middle of the 3 with animated gesture] [John Johnson 1094] by Balbus; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1891
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1125
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 149X189 mm

Photograph of 'Balliol Concerts' [John Farmer, organist at Balliol College, conducting at music stand, arms held aloft] [John Johnson 1095] by Balbus; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1891]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1126
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 151X188 mm

Photograph of O. U. D. S. 1891 'Doth Arthur Live' [character of King John shouting in Oxford University Dramatic Society's production; Henry Broadribb Irving; full length] [John Johnson 1096] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1891
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1127
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 135X195 mm

Photograph of O. U. D. S. Performance of King John, Feb. 1891 [the Oxford University Dramatic Society players in cameo sketches, named, including Henry Broadribb Irving as King John, Mrs. Charles Sim as Constance and Hon. S. Pleydell-Bouverie as Prince Henry with Miss Fortescue, Arthur Bourchier, S. Bancroft and G. Alexander 'at the Matinee'] [John Johnson 1097] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Feb. 1891
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1128
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 141X187 mm

Photograph of The Pillars of Society No. 1: The Sporting Man [man with top coat, bowler hat, check trousers, cigarette in mouth, hands in pockets; full length profile] [John Johnson 1098] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1891]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1129
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 137X187 mm

Photograph of The Pillars of Society No. 2: O. U. D. S. [male Oxford University Dramatic Society thespian, wearing suit and cravat, with dangling monocle; full length profile, leaning forward [? Henry Broadribb Irving] [John Johnson 1099] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1891]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1130
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 138X137 mm

Photograph of The Pillars of Society No.3: The Union Debater [young man in suit with papers in left hand, gesturing downwards with right hand; full length] [John Johnson 1100] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1891]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1131
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 132X182 mm

Photograph of The Pillars of Society No. 4: The Serious Man [= (?) don; bespectacled man wearing gown and mortar board; full length] [John Johnson 1101] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1891]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1132
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 142X190 mm

Photograph of The Pillars of Society No. 5: The Average Man [man wearing blazer and boater, smoking, hands in pockets; full length profile] [John Johnson 1102 by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1891]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1133
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 142X189 mm

Photograph of The Pillars of Society No. 6: Non-Collegiate [man in everyday suit, with hands in pockets] [John Johnson 1103] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1891]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1134
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 132X183 mm

Photograph of The Pillars of Society No. 7: The Frivolous Undergraduate [undergraduate wearing mortar board and gown with cigarette in right hand, left in pocket; full length] [John Johnson 1104] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.

Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1135
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 132X185 mm

Photograph of The Pillars of Society No. 8: The Backward Undergraduate who hopes to celebrate his 80th birthday by passing Smalls [white-bearded man, wearing mortar board and gown, leaning on stick in right hand. Note: 'smalls' are exams] [John Johnson 1105] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1891]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1136
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 141X188 mm

Photograph of The Pillars of Society No. 9: The Athlete [back view of robust man with small head, wearing shorts] [John Johnson 1106] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1891]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1137
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 132X187 mm

Photograph of The Pillars of Society No. 10: The Man of Letters [man with large forehead with hair swept back, hands in pockets; full length profile] [John Johnson 1107] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1891]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1138
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X192 mm

Photograph of [Keble Dons (Eights) rowing after the style of 'The Ancient Mariners', including Robert James Wilson, Walter Lock, Dudley Julius Medley, Edward Stuart Talbot, Henry Offley Wakeman] [John Johnson 1086] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1888]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1139
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 211X135 mm

Photograph of A Sketch at the O. U. A. C. sports. NB. This is not Sir John Astley [Oxford University Athletics Club; old man with cigar, low-brimmed hat, beard, overcoat, using rolled umbrella in right hand as walking stick. Note: Sir John Dugdale Astley died in 1894] [John Johnson 1108] by Balbus; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1891]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1140
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 118X184 mm

Photograph of Mark! [rugby player making 'mark'; full length profile] [John Johnson 1109] by Balbus; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1891]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1141
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 139X218 mm

Photograph of O. U. D. S. Smoking Concert [sketches of Oxford University Dramatic Society characters, including one peering at paper with 'Gounod' on it] [John Johnson 1110] by Balbus; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1891]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1142
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 144X208 mm

Photograph of 'Raising the Standard' by order of the Pope, with apologies to Hon, J. Collier [painting of scene in crypt with monks and nun after John Maler Collier] [John Johnson 1111] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c. 1891]
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1143
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 167X139 mm

Photograph of Broke!, but with pleasant recollections! [undergraduate, sitting astride a chair, puffing pipe-smoke images depicting his social activities, including theatre, gambling, racing, women] [John Johnson 1112] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1892
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1144
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 136X208 mm

Photograph of Musical Box [Sir John Stainer (according to caption) standing on plinth, wearing overcoat and scarf, smoking a cigarette, rolled umbrella under right arm, music under left; Note: (?) really John Farmer, organist at Balliol College] [John Johnson 1113] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1891
Shelfmark: G.A.Oxon. 4o 417, fol. 1145
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 225X132 mm

Shrimpton caricatures Volume 7
Date: 1891 -1901
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 volume

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Photograph of Over The Books: The Beginning; On The Books: Full Swing; Off The Books : The End [3 scenes: undergraduate in study; undergraduates in a bar; undergraduate in library being kicked out by (?) Vice-Chancellor standing on outsize copy of University Statutes] [John Johnson 1114] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1892
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1146
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 225X105 mm

Photograph of [Magdalen College New Buildings: excited group of undergraduates in building and on the ground - 'socialist being ejected', on knotted sheets from second floor with room on fire; chimney sweep running in foreground; close by a man held by 2 men, being revived with drink by another. Socialist meeting in [Sir Thomas A.V.] Best's room in Magdalen attended by George Bernard Shaw and William Hine, herbalist and college sweep, 20 Feb. 1892. Shaw to speak on socialism, but forced to leave hurriedly under duress - see Oxford Times, Feb. 2, p. 5 and Shaw's Diaries, 1885-1897 ed. S. Weintraub (1986), ii, p. 796] [John Johnson 1115] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Feb. 1892]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1147
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 158X227 mm

Photograph of What a difference in the morning! What a jolly evening I did have! [undergraduate in his dressing gown sitting on edge of unmade bed in his room, reflecting on excesses of previous evening] [John Johnson 1116] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1892
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1148
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 164X153 mm

Photograph of 'Lux Mundi' [Charles Gore of Balliol College at lectern; head and shoulders; alluding to the controversy of his editorship of Lux Mundi (1889) and especialy his essay 'The Holy Spirit and Inspiration'. He then asserted his postion while providing the 'Bampton Lecture' in 1891] [John Johnson 1117] by Balbus; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1891
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1149
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 153X196 mm

Photograph of [Humorous sketches of the Oxford University Dramatic Society's production of 'The Frogs' by Aristophanes, 24-9 Feb. 1892, including bust of Dionysus, frog chorus and leaping frogs, including John Edward Talbot of Magdalen College as Aeschylus, Arthur Augustus William Harry Ponsonby of Balliol College as Euripides and Lionel Helbert Helbert of Oriel College as Dionsyus] [John Johnson 1118, larger version 1118B] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Feb. 1892
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1150
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X189 mm

Photograph of The Isis Oct. 29, 1892 [p.28]. Fire, Water, Row! [sketches of bonfire and Brasenose College rowing eight, following William Ewart Gladstone's visit to the Sheldonian Theatre, the associated crowds and his subsequent 'Isis' interview held there. Note: Isis is an undergraduate magazine] [John Johnson 1119] by J.C.R. 'Spider'; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Oct. 1892
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1151
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 138X205 mm

Photograph of The Two Gentlemen of Verona [Oxford University Dramatic Society's production: sketches of named characters, including Arthur Harold Browne of Balliol College as Proteus, Arthur Augustus William Harry Ponsonby of Balliol College as Launce, Alfred John Bonnin of Trinity College as Speed and Mrs. Charles Sim as Julia, posing with advertisement for Hills & Saunders] [John Johnson 1120, larger version 1120A] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Feb. 1893
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1152
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 144X198 mm

Photograph of Notes at the Performance of The Two Gentlemen of Verona [sketches of named characters, notably Arthur Harold Browne of Balliol College as Proteus II, Arthur Ellis of Trinity College as Panthino and Thomas Alexander Vans Best of Magdalen College as Thurio] [John Johnson 1121] by Balbus; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Feb. 1893
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1153
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 146X210 mm

Photograph of Rev. Father Ignatius, O.S.B. [Joseph Leycester Lyne slumped over pulpit; head and shoulders profile] [John Johnson 1122] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1893]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1154
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 193X144 mm

Photograph of ['Curius Dentatus': George Charles Brodrick, Warden of Merton College, wearing top hat, holding rolled umbrella and gloves in left hand, raising right hand in apparent anger at notice on wall; upper teeth prominent (hence allusion to Roman Consul, Manius Curius Dentatus); full length profile] [John Johnson 1123] by (?) Max Beerbohm; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1893]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1155
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 153X187 mm

Photograph of On the March [George Rodney Scott in Oxford University Rifle Volunteer Corps uniform with rifle on shoulder marching to Egypt] [John Johnson 1124] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1893]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1156
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 152X200 mm

Photograph of Rough sketch of Victor Herbert Veley of University College with moustache and short beard, wearing 3-piece suit, standing with arms slightly raised at side] [John Johnson 1125] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1893]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1157
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 126X195 mm

Photograph of The O.l..g Nucleus or some Indigo Related Bodies [William Odling, Professor of Chemistry, in 7 humorous sketches; orig. at MS. Top. Oxon. a. 78, fol. 4] [John Johnson 1126] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1893]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1158
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 131X188 mm

Photograph of A Prehistoric Peep. A Bumping Race [2 primitive rowing boats, each with 3 hirshute rowers in animal skins] [John Johnson 1127] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1893]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1159
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 202X151 mm

Photograph of Wadham Trials [unidentified man with waxed moustache and pince nez, wearing Oxford University Boat Club cap, blazer and shorts] [John Johnson 1128] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1893]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1160
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 134X201 mm

Photograph of Magdalen Barge, 1894 [backs of 2 rowers, one, the taller, with shorts, the other, the shorter, with long trousers; Magdalen College barge in background] [John Johnson 1129] [by (embossed) (?) H.C.H.;Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1894
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1161
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 136X207 mm

Photograph of Jesus College Election, Feb. 18th, 1895 [John Rhys, new Principal of Jesus College in the Quad on bended knee, holding quill in right hand, before a vision of Queen Elizabeth I] [John Johnson 1130] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Feb. 1895
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1162
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 207X153 mm

Photographs of O.U.D.S. The Merchant of Venice [sketches of Oxford University Dramatic Society (unnamed) characters in full costume] [John Johnson 1131-2] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: "[Feb. 1895]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fols. 1163-4
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 137X205, 137X177 mm

Photograph of O.U.D.S. The Merchant of Venice [sketches of named characters in Oxford University Dramatic Society's production, including Emily Bass as Portia, Philip Comyns-Carr as Antonio, James Hearn as Launcelot, Alfred John Bonnin as Shylock, Alexander Norwich Tayler as Tubal and Percy Lee as Old Cobbo; also incudes rendition of the actual programme cover] [John Johnson 1133] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Feb. 1895
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1165
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 152X193 mm

Photograph of [Unidentified clean shaven man in brimless bowler hat and very long overcoat, with right hand holding cane, touching the floor; charcoal or crayon drawing] [John Johnson 1134] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1895]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1166
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 152X204 mm

Photograph of W.W.R.' [? ( the) caricaturist or the subject: clean shaven artist with hair combed back off forehead, holding palette in right hand, standing, right foot on step] [John Johnson 1135] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1895
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1167
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 133X205 mm

Photograph of The Manchester School. Now little boys and girls you're very naughty I know, but do try and be good and don't tease the new master [plus Greek caption]. [4 head-and-shoulders sketches of unidentified bearded man (? John Edward King, High Master of Manchester Grammar School and Fellow of Lincoln College, with above words spoken by clean shaven man with large nose. (?) Or referring to the Manchester History School, Manchester School of Art or Manchester College, Oxford] [John Johnson 1136] by E.S.J.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1895
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1168
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 135X189 mm

Photograph of Theology [Canon William Bright at lectern with candles on each side; ink drawing] [John Johnson 1137] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1895]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1169
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 152X204 mm

Photograph of The Dress Circle at The Oxford Theatre. This is not an imaginary sketch [seated man wearing cap, smoking; man with curly hair with weary expression, sitting next to him] [John Johnson 1138] by Balbus; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1893
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1170
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 145X193 mm

Photograph of All Souls [finger signpost] [unidentified male tennis player wearing cap, blazer and flannels, holding tennis racquet in left hand; profile; walking in the direction of All Souls College] [John Johnson 1139] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1895]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1170a
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 130X202 mm

Photograph of [Arthur Dendy, Stowe Civil Law Fellow of University College, astride horse, with riding crop, boots and top hat; full length profile] [John Johnson 1140] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1895]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1171
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 206X155 mm

Photograph of Wein [2 middle aged men with long black hair meeting in street, one holding mortar board in right hand and wearing flower in button hole, the other with fob with '3/6' on it; both with crossed fingers; drawing in style of Aubrey Beardsley cf. Wein, Weib und Gesang (Wine, Women and Song), a Viennese waltz by Johann Strauss II] [John Johnson 1141] by T.F or F.T; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1895]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1172
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 206X154 mm

Photograph of Weib [similar burlesque characters: foppish man and woman (?) hiding around the corner of street from man (? Proctor) with mortar board standing between bowler-hatted apes ('bulldogs'); again in style of Beardsley] [John Johnson 1142] by T.F or F.T; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1895]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1173
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 216X150 mm

Photograph of Gesang. Par les Dieux Jumeaux tous les Monstres ne sont pas en Afrique [scared (?) young person in heavily draped bed, with grinning cat on tiptoes on roof outside window; in style of Beardsley and very similar to his self-portrait of the same title, 1894] [John Johnson 1143] by T.F or F.T; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1895
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1174
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 215X149 mm

Photograph of Master J in his first year from an Old Painting - Age 10 years - I am the Master of this College and What I don’t know is not Knowledge [4 images of the late Benjamin Jowett throughout his life; with inset drawing of the façade of Balliol College] [John Johnson 1144] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1895]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1175
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 210X154 mm

Photograph of Beaumont Street [back view of man with top hat; full length; (?) Horatio Percy Symonds, Clinical Lecturer in Surgery] [John Johnson 1145] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1895]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1176
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 141X200 mm

Photograph of [Horatio Percy Symonds wearing tails, with pair of scissors in right hand and (?) roll of bandage in left; full length profile] [John Johnson 1146] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1895
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1177
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 139X190 mm

Photograph of [Arthur Annesley, Lord Valentia, sitting on horse, wearing (?) jockey's clothes and cap] [John Johnson 1147] by Bags; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1895
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1178
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 165X138 mm

Photograph of Patient Penelope [or The Return of Ulysees, a burleseque] as performed at Corpus Christi College, Nov. 29, 1895. [various characters: Charles Martin Blagden, Louis Maurice Hawkins, William Sanger, Harold Ethelbert Haig-Brown, Reginald Norman Scotney, Dudley William Carmalt Jones and Philip James Griffiths Pipon, all in costume, partially mock-classical - see The Pelican Record III, 2 (Dec. 1895), p.43] [John Johnson 1148] by D.W.B; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Nov. 1895
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1179
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 183X152 mm

Photograph of Ye verdant Freshman. Ye freshman declared that he thought it a great insolence on the Bursar's part to intefere. vide Popular (?) Report [view outside Exeter College with inset, U. R. B. C on flag being waved: freshman on a donkey in procession and associated mêlée, in jousting mode, going to Port Meadow, as supposedly an old Exeter custom demands, according to note by G.R.S., 1921. Note: an obvious alllusion to Cuthbert Bede's The Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green] [John Johnson 1149] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1895]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1180
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 152X190 mm

Photograph of Dorothea Baird. Rubbing of an old brass recently discovered by Mr. Tree and George du Maurier at the Haymarket. Probably moved from Oxford [mock brass of Dorothea Forster Baird, actress, as Trilby O'Farrell, the lead role in Herbert Beerbohm Tree's stage adaptation of the novel, Trilby, by George du Maurier, 30 Oct. 1895: woman wearing military jacket and striped skirt, with pipe in outstretched right hand, seen as if through key-hole] [John Johnson 1150] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [Nov. 1895]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1181
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 128X198 mm

Photograph of Fortis Est Veritas [Canon Charles Gore as a bull with the City motto on its body, demolishing St. Martin's ( 'Carfax') Church, Oxford to allow road-widening; policeman looks on aghast] [John Johnson 1151] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1896]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1182
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 198X145 mm

Photograph (slightly coloured) of Mr. Charles Croker-King [of Lincoln College] as 'Slender'. O.U.D.S., 1896 [in costume in the Oxford University Dramatic Society's production of the The Merry Wives of Windsor, 12-17 Feb. 1896] [John Johnson 1152] by Touchstone; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Feb. 1896
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1183
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 144X191 mm

Photograph of Mr. W.M. Woodward [of Keble College] as 'Doctor Caius'. O.U.D.S., 1896. [in costume in the Oxford University Dramatic Society's production of the The Merry Wives of Windsor, 12-17 Feb. 1896] [John Johnson 1153] by Touchstone; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Feb. 1896
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1184
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 145X183 mm

Photograph of He smelleth the Battels from afar [Thomas Bowman, Fellow of Merton College, Junior Bursar, etc., portrayed like a monumental brass with shield and clutching a bag of money in his right hand] [John Johnson 1154] by (?) Lemon; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1896
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1185
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 134X195 mm

Photograph of Ghost of the Towpath or The Nightmare of a Togger Stroke who broke his Training Rules [scared man 'rowing' in bed with figure of trainer with bicycle above. Note: Togger rowing = 8-man boat in Torpids, Oxford University rowing competition, usually early March] [John Johnson 1155] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1896]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1186
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 143X182 mm

Photograph of Theology in the Chapter-House. Regius Professor: 'A question which has perplexed many eminent divines is' - Voice from Back Row 'What are trumps?' [Canon William Ince at lectern with hands on hips; half length; backs of 3 joking undergraduates below] [John Johnson 1157] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1896]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1187
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 140X184 mm

Photograph of New Photography [eights rowing team on river with trainer on bank; all as seen as if by X-ray, that is, they are seen as skeletons with body outline. Note: X-rays were discovered in 1895 and radiography used in laboratories from 1896] [John Johnson 1156] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1896]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1188
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 207X148 mm

Photograph of I spent all my time with a crammer and only could use to a [gamma]. But the girl over there with the flaming red hair got [alpha] + easily! [undergraduate lamenting his lower mark to that of female student sitting opposite] [John Johnson 1158] by W.H.N.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1896]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1189
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 172X151 mm

Photograph of Prehistoric Blues or Footer In The Parks of Paleolithic Oxford [sketches of primitive men with bows, arrows and spears, violently attacking each other; rugby post in background and pterodactyl attacking men above] [John Johnson 1159] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1896]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1190
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 138X174 mm

Photograph or print of An Isis Incident [sketches of amusing University scenes: undergraduate about to drop mortar board from his room to fellow undergraduates below; undergraduate thrown into Christ Church Tom Quad frozen pond (-15C); undergraduate standing on chair as if in Oxford Union debate; dripping wet undergraduate; hansom cab with throng of undergraduates in St. Aldate's Street outside Christ Church; suggestions for an 'Isis Crest' with motto: 'Be though familiar but by no means vulgar' . Notes: Isis is an undergraduate magazine; quotation from Hamlet Act 1, Sc. 3, p. 3] [end of JJ album 6] [John Johnson 1160] by D.W.B; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1896]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1191
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 190X225 mm

Photograph of Wild Oats. One Soweth [undergraduate wearing gown and mortar board 'sowing' images of social dissipation (gambling, drinking, women, overspending); Merton Field in background] [John Johnson 1161] by (?) J.H.W.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1896
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1192
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 131X201 mm

Photograph of Another Reapeth. University Chest [back of (?) Proctor scything ears of corn topped with money bags; bulldog in foreground; Merton Field in background] [John Johnson 1162] by (?) J.H.W.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1896
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1193
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 133X197 mm

Photograph of Audi alteram partem. Mercury. With apologies to Mr. [William] Holman Hunt [cf. 'The Scapegoat', 1854]. The Isis Scapegoat bearing the sins of the 'unavailable'. In the distance are the remains of the victims of former 'rags' [goat walking across ice-covered Tom Quad in Christ Church., wearing mortar board on which appear the words 'Sins of Isis, Editors'; scull of Censor and skeleton of Dean in background. Note: Isis is an undergraduate magazine] [John Johnson 1163] by (?) C.G.H or G.C.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1896
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1194
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 184X142 mm

Photograph of [Jesus College: railings around Quad lawn being (?) removed or (?) installed; undergraduates processing in sombre fashion behind 2 hansom cabs with dog at the very front] [John Johnson 1164] by C.V.W.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1896
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1195
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 205X152 mm

Photograph of Eyah! I dornt like it ! These gaiters are very indecent!' [John Percival, Bishop of Hereford, late President of Trinity College, seated, holding gaiters in outstretched right hand; cf. nickname 'Percival of the knees' acquired while Headmaster of Rugby School] [John Johnson 1165] by W.H.N.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1896
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1196
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 152X204 mm

Photograph of The Scholar Gipsy vide Matthew Arnold [man standing, wearing smock, trousers tied with string below the knee, boots and mortar board, reading book in outstretched right hand; river and bridge in background] [John Johnson 1166] by William H. Nicholls of Hertford College. Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1896]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1197
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 152X205 mm

Photograph of How an Anti-socialist left Trinity College, May 10, 1897 [large crowds encircling horse-drawn hearse in Broad Street outside Trinity gateway. Note a Trinity undergraduate was rusticated for smasing the windows of a known Socialist, Hines, following an anti-socialist 'riot'. The undergraduate was treated like a hero, leaving Oxford for the railway station in a mock hearse followed by cabs, See the Oxford Review, May 10, p. 3 & May 11, p.3] [John Johnson 1167] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: May 1897
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1198
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 204X152 mm

Photograph of 'We have made rapid progress in Oxford' - extract from letter to Headquarters [2 men running away from bombardment of missiles, including bottles, canes, rocks and cat. Note: presumably relating to the ant-socialist riot above] [John Johnson 1168] by T.F or F.T; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: May 1897
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1199
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 205X152 mm

Photograph of Olympus in Oxford. Herakles, Phoibos Apollon, Pallas Athene. 'What do you think of our Votarie's (sic) today? Not much!! [3 classical figures, plus the backs of 3 modern men, one wearing gown and mortar board, all against Oxford skyline] [John Johnson 1169] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1897]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1200
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 201X135 mm

Photograph of The Story of a Reading Party. Messers Green, Bloge, Jones [8 sketches of 3 undergraduates indulging in social pleasures, including tennis, shooting and meeting women, resulting in being sent down , 'ploughed'] [John Johnson 1170] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1897]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1201
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 117X201 mm

Photograph of [Back of James Edwards Sewell, Warden of New College, wearing top hat, holding umbrella behind his back with both hands, looking at portrait painting of himself by 'Hitkomer' [cf. Herkomer] on easel] [John Johnson 1171] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1897]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1202
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 135X187 mm

Photograph of The Burden of Nineveh re (?)…'Ah! what is here that does not lie, All strange to thine awakened eye' [Archibald Henry Sayce with Assyrian anthropomorphic statues with inscriptions on their bases; cf. 'The Burden of Nineveh' by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1870] [John Johnson 1172] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1897]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1203
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 194X132 mm

Photograph of [Greek and Latin texts ( Odyssey VI. 135. 6; Horace's Sermonum Lib. I. IX: 1-3; set against 3 modern scenes, including women playing tennis on seashore watched by naked and hirsute Odysseus hiding in the rushes, and man punting, then losing his punt] [John Johnson 1173] by (?) F.C.C.;Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1897]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1204
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 101X194 mm

Photograph of 'There is a drunken cad in Albanus' garden. Horace Odes II, Book IV cf. Pickwick [Papers by Charles Dickens, Capt. Boldwig]: 'he's a drunken plebeian, wheel him away' [classical scene: 2 men observing reclining man with bottle, leaning against base of stone staircase] [John Johnson 1174] by Foxy; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1897]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1205
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 184X134 mm

Photograph of [4 sketches of undergraduate with monocle at exam desk, at first struggling, then completing his paper] [John Johnson 1175] by R.P.P.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1897]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1206
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 127X192 mm

Photograph of 'A vision of the night' [2 undergraduates playing billiards with silhouettes of Proctor and 'bulldogs' outside window] [John Johnson 1177] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1897]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1207
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 205X150 mm

Photograph of Union Types No. 1 [large, bald, bearded man sitting, reading (behind) newspaper. ['The British Workman' (Herbert Jackson B.A., unattached); full length; pen-and-ink drawing] [John Johnson 1176] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1897]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1208
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 144X192 mm

Photograph of Dream of an over-taxed boating man [ghostly images screaming rowing instructions to undergraduate 'bow' in bed] [John Johnson 1178] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1897]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1209
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 157X184 mm

Photograph of Eadgar Rowed by Eight Vassal Kings on the Dee [ 'Eights' crew with King Eadgar as standing cox screaming orders to eight Crowned-King rowers; coaches on towpath on bicycle and horse, similarly attired, rowing towards 'Deva' [River Dee]. cf. Eagdar, The 'Peaceful' Saxon King of England and the associated legend] [John Johnson 1179] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1897]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1210
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 200X122 mm

Photograph of More Oxford Types: Cicero [Francis de Paravicini, Fellow of Balliol College, in toga, holding scroll in right hand] [no copy in John Johnson album] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1897]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1211
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 150X197 mm

['Mr. Forbes' writen in pencil on a blank page and no copy in John Johnson album either]

Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1212
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item

Photograph of [Partick Arkley Wright-Henderson, Fellow of Wadham College and Sub-Warden, walking, wearing mortar board and gown, papers and book in right hand] [John Johnson unnumbered] by (?) T.H.H.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1897]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1213
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 117X197 mm

Photograph of Periodic Law [Percy Elford, Fellow of St. John's College, in everyday wear, smoking pipe, with small case in left hand and (?) shooting stick in right hand. Note he later became Oxfordshire's first Chief Education Officer and creator of an Oxfordshire school (photographic) Domesday survey, 1903-14] [John Johnson unnumbered] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1897]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1214
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 132X195 mm

Photograph of 'Those that are Set in Authority over us' [Balliol members: John Farmer, William Henry Forbes, Arthur Lionel Smith, John Alexander.Smith, James Leigh Strachan-Davidson, Edward Caird, Edwin James Palmer, Sir John Conroy (3rd Bt.), Francis Fortescue 'Sligger' Urquhart, Francis de Paravicini; pen-and-ink. Note: quotation possibly from A History of the Holy Bible by Thomas Stackhouse, 1767, p. 641] [John Johnson unnumbered] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1897]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1215
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 255X210 mm

Photograph of A Stray Lamb to be Slaughtered à la Fillingham [Francis Paget, of Christ Church and Bishop of Oxford, as a lamb being observed by 2 cab drivers in front of Christ Church East entrance] [John Johnson unnumbered] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [1901]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1216
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item

Photograph of 'Pillars of the Church' [Frederick Cyril Nugent Hicks of Keble College, Arthur Foley Winnington-Ingram of Keble College and Bishop of London and Edwin James Palmer of Balliol College; University skyline in background; pen-and-ink] [John Johnson unnumbered] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: 1901
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1217
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 259x195 mm

Photograph or print of [Lewis Richard Farnell, Fellow of Exeter College; full length] [John Johnson unnumbered] by J.M.; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: Oct. [? 1901]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1218
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 165X192 mm

Photograph or print of [Lewis Richard Farnell, Fellow of Exeter College; head-and-shoulders] [John Johnson unnumbered] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1901]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1219
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 166X188 mm

Photograph or print of [Cyril Bailey, Fellow and Librarian of Balliol College; head and shoulders profile; outline drawing] [John Johnson unnumbered] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1901]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1220
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 161X188 mm

Photograph or print of [Cyril Bailey, Fellow and Librarian of Balliol College; three-quarter length profile; outline drawing] [John Johnson unnumbered] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1901]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1221
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 165X184 mm

'British Workman' written in pencil on blank page [blank page at this precise point in John Johnson album]

Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1222
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item

Photograph of 'I must to the barbers, monsieur, for methinks I am marvellous hairy about the Face' (Midsummer Night's Dream Act IV Sc. 1) [Arthur Hibble Higgs of Balliol College, Private Tutor in Classics, wearing bowler hat and shabby clothes, smoking pipe, unshaven; full length profile] [John Johnson unnumbered] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1901]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1223
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 112X191 mm

Photograph of Glimpses of unrecorded History of Oxford No. 1: In the time of the Roman occupation, the races between natives & conquerors were very popular [Romans and hirsute Britons rowing against each other, with supporters on far bank] [Note: end of Madan vol. 7 & end of JJ vol. 7] [John Johnson unnumbered] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ.
Date: [c.1901]
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. 4o 418, fol. 1224
Language(s) of Material: English
Extent: 1 item
Dimensions: 198X165 mm


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