[Bride Park House] [photograph].

[Bride Park House] [photograph].

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Donaldson's Camera House.
1 photograph : black and white ; 12 x 16 cm
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T.G. Hawkes & Co. archive, Range 11, Bay 5, Shelf 6, Box 156, Photograph of Bride Park House folder
Photograph is of two story home covered in ivy; one story addition is partially visible at right. Bushes and flowers are in foreground with wooded area at left. Photograph is housed within tan cardboard album frame.
This was probably the home of John Pim Penrose Hawkes, Jr., a nephew of T. G. Hawkes; in 1916, he came from Ireland to join the firm. The Hawkes family are also descendants of a family by the suname of Penrose from Waterford, Ireland.
This item is in the T.G. Hawkes & Co. archive.
T.G. Hawkes & Co. archive.
Sent to photography April 2015 (photography no. 1000145298).
"Enlargement by Donaldson's, Camera House, Metropole Buildings, Cork" engraved on album cover.