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Copy of a black and white photograph of Arnold Bennet. C.1907-1911.
Photograph of Arnold Bennett on an American tour. Black and white photograph, 1911.
Copy of a black and white photograph of a view of pottery kilns. Possibly Burslem, captioned Arnold Bennett.
Black and white photograph of Arnold Bennett. 4 July 1907. (Same photo as 1954.SH.223)
Black and white photograph of the villa Des Nefliers. 20 Rue Bernard Pailissy, Aveon- Fontainbleau, home of Arnold Bennett, 1908-1912. Part of 'The Old Wives' Tale' was written in the house.
Three copies of a black and white photograph of the drawing room at Comarques, Thorpe-le-Soken, Essex, 1921
Three copies of a black and white photograph of the drawing room at Comarques, Thorpe-le-Soken, Essex, 1921.
Black and white photograph of 15 St John's Square, Burslem. Formerly run as a draper's shop by Robert Longson, Arnold Bennett's maternal grandfather. The Shop appears as 'Barne's Draper's Shop' in ...
Copy of a black and white invitation to a Christmas party at Hatfield House on 23 Dec 1905. Hatfield House was in James Street, Stoke and was the home of Francis Beardmore, a potter married to Arno...
Stoneware bowl on foot with celadon glaze. Incised pattern on the interior has been obscured by the celadon glaze. Glaze is crazed, rim has been damaged and then painted with gold lacquer.