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Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Jean MCF01_01_0147

Jean MCF01_01_0147
A portrait or self portrait of a young woman believed to be Katherine Jean Macfee (1881-1952). In the negative index for the collection, the photographer has recorded the name of the sitter as Jean

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: A man figure skating in Kensington Gardens MCF01_01_0160

A man figure skating in Kensington Gardens MCF01_01_0160
A man ice skating in Kensington Gardens, London, with boys watching in the background. Photographed by Katherine J. Macfee, 17th January 1903

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: A line of boy scouts and their scout master MCF01_02_0251

A line of boy scouts and their scout master MCF01_02_0251
A line of boy scouts and their scout master standing on a road in Holmbury St Mary, Surrey. The scouts are carrying scout staffs and bedrolls for a camping or pioneering trip

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Oxford students MCF01_02_1021

Oxford students MCF01_02_1021
A group of males students wearing Oxford bags, standing beside two motorcars on Catte Street outside Hertford College, Oxford, Oxfordshire. Photographed by Katherine J. Macfee, 9th May 1928

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Dutch soldiers, The Hague, 1st August 1914 MCF01_02_0384

Dutch soldiers, The Hague, 1st August 1914 MCF01_02_0384
Soldiers from the Dutch army mobilising near The Vyver in The Hague (Den Haag), just 4 days after the start of the First World War, with two boys in the foreground watching soldiers marching by

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Root vegetable wagon MCF01_02_1352

Root vegetable wagon MCF01_02_1352
Slindon, Arun, West Sussex. Three horses pulling a wooden cart across a field in Slindon. The cart is owned by W Smart of Slindon and is laden with swedes or another type of root vegetable

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Coaching club meet MCF01_02_1319

Coaching club meet MCF01_02_1319
HYDE PARK, CITY OF WESTMINSTER, GREATER LONDON. A view of coaches starting off from a coaching club meet in Hyde Park with spectators watching

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Crowds gathered MCF01_02_1318

Crowds gathered MCF01_02_1318
HYDE PARK, CITY OF WESTMINSTER, GREATER LONDON. A view along a carriage drive in Hyde Park showing spectators, a policeman and a girl with a bicycle at a coaching club meet

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Coaching club meet MCF01_02_1317

Coaching club meet MCF01_02_1317
HYDE PARK, CITY OF WESTMINSTER, GREATER LONDON. A horse drawn coach arriving at a coaching club meet in Hyde Park. From the early 1800s, during the London Season

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Cheddar Gorge MCF01_02_1315

Cheddar Gorge MCF01_02_1315
CHEDDAR GORGE, CLIFF ROAD, CHEDDAR, SEDGEMOOR, SOMERSET. A view towards a man on horseback and two walkers at a bend in the road through Cheddar Gorge

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Cheddar Gorge MCF01_02_1314

Cheddar Gorge MCF01_02_1314
CHEDDAR GORGE, CLIFF ROAD, CHEDDAR, SEDGEMOOR, SOMERSET. A view towards two men on horseback riding along the road through Cheddar Gorge

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Cheddar Gorge MCF01_02_1313

Cheddar Gorge MCF01_02_1313
CHEDDAR GORGE, CLIFF ROAD, CHEDDAR, SEDGEMOOR, SOMERSET. A view towards a man walking along the road through Cheddar Gorge

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Cheddar Gorge MCF01_02_1312

Cheddar Gorge MCF01_02_1312
CHEDDAR GORGE, CLIFF ROAD, CHEDDAR, SEDGEMOOR, SOMERSET. A view looking east along the road climbing out of Cheddar Gorge towards a figure walking alongside a pony and trap

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Cheddar Gorge MCF01_02_1309

Cheddar Gorge MCF01_02_1309
CHEDDAR GORGE, CLIFF ROAD, CHEDDAR, SEDGEMOOR, SOMERSET. A view towards three women walking along the road through Cheddar Gorge

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Cheddar Gorge MCF01_02_1308

Cheddar Gorge MCF01_02_1308
CHEDDAR GORGE, CLIFF ROAD, CHEDDAR, SEDGEMOOR, SOMERSET. A view of a man on horseback riding along the road through Cheddar Gorge

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Cheddar Gorge MCF01_02_1307

Cheddar Gorge MCF01_02_1307
CHEDDAR GORGE, CLIFF ROAD, CHEDDAR, SEDGEMOOR, SOMERSET. A view of the photographer's father, John MacFee, walking along the road through Cheddar Gorge

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Mark Hole Cottage MCF01_02_1305

Mark Hole Cottage MCF01_02_1305
MARK HOLE COTTAGE, THE CLIFFS, CHEDDAR, SEDGEMOOR, SOMERSET. Looking across the mill pond near Cox's Mill towards Mark Hole Cottage and Lion Rock on the hillside above

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Lily Cottage MCF01_02_1304

Lily Cottage MCF01_02_1304
LILY COTTAGE, CLIFF ROAD, CHEDDAR, SEDGEMOOR, SOMERSET. Mrs Main standing in the front garden of Lily Cottage with the house behind her and Lion Rock on the hillside above

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Mill pond MCF01_02_1299

Mill pond MCF01_02_1299
CHEDDAR, SEDGEMOOR, SOMERSET. A view across the mill pond near Cox's Mill in Cheddar looking towards Mark Hole Cottage, Lily Cottage and Lion Rock from the south-west

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Edwardian childhood MCF01_02_1298

Edwardian childhood MCF01_02_1298
CHEDDAR, SEDGEMOOR, SOMERSET. Three young girls in pinafore dresses playing on a road in Cheddar

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Staddle stone rick MCF01_02_1294

Staddle stone rick MCF01_02_1294
Draycott, Rodney Stoke, Mendip, Somerset. A thatched cottage and a thatched haystack on staddle stones in Draycott

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Strewberry field MCF01_02_1292

Strewberry field MCF01_02_1292
CHEDDAR, SEDGEMOOR, SOMERSET. Farm labourers with spades working in a strawberry field in Cheddar. There also appears to be an orchard on the hillside above the strawberry field

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Edwardian childhood MCF01_02_1279

Edwardian childhood MCF01_02_1279
CHEDDAR, SEDGEMOOR, SOMERSET. An informal portrait of four children. The photograph was taken on a track beside the Cheddar Yeo river towards the south of the town

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Flock of sheep MCF01_02_1277

Flock of sheep MCF01_02_1277
The Cliffs, Cheddar, Sedgemoor, Somerset. A shepherd with a flock of sheep on the road next to the mill pond near Cox's Mill, with a ladder propped up in the foreground

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Mark Hole Cottage MCF01_02_1271

Mark Hole Cottage MCF01_02_1271
MARK HOLE COTTAGE, THE CLIFFS, CHEDDAR, SEDGEMOOR, SOMERSET. A view across the mill pond near Cox's Mill towards the cottages at the head of the pond now known as Mark Hole Cottage

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: In the bishops chair MCF01_02_1256

In the bishops chair MCF01_02_1256
Wells Cathedral, Cathedral Green, Wells, Mendip, Somerset. The photographer's father, John MacFee, sitting posed in the bishop's chair in Wells Cathedral

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Collecting water MCF01_02_1269

Collecting water MCF01_02_1269
The Cliffs, Cheddar, Sedgemoor, Somerset. A view along The Cliffs showing Mrs Main collecting water from a spring at the side of the road

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Wells Market Cross MCF01_02_1250

Wells Market Cross MCF01_02_1250
MARKET PLACE, WELLS, MENDIP, SOMERSET. A view looking east across the Market Place past the Market Cross, showing pedestrians walking past buildings decorated with Union Jack flags and bunting

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Resting MCF01_02_1245

Resting MCF01_02_1245
CHEDDAR, SEDGEMOOR, SOMERSET. An elderly man resting against a stone wall on a bridge in Cheddar

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Cheddar Cliffs MCF01_02_1240

Cheddar Cliffs MCF01_02_1240
The Cliffs, Cheddar, Sedgemoor, Somerset. A view of houses on the road known as The Cliffs with Cheddar Gorge beyond, seen from west across the pond near Cox's Mill and the sluice

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: New Inn MCF01_02_1234

New Inn MCF01_02_1234
NEW INN, NORTHGATE STREET, GLOUCESTER, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. The exterior of the New Inn showing a set of steps leading up to the first floor gallery from the courtyard

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Lower Slaughter MCF01_02_1089

Lower Slaughter MCF01_02_1089
LOWER SLAUGHTER, COTSWOLD, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. A view looking east along the River Eye, showing a young boy sitting on a clapper bridge known as Up Stream Bridge with houses beyond

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Lower Slaughter MCF01_02_1087

Lower Slaughter MCF01_02_1087
The Square, Lower Slaughter, Cotswold, Gloucestershire. Looking across the River Eye towards the drinking fountain and houses on The Square, with horses and people opposite

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Bourton-on-the-Water MCF01_02_1078

Bourton-on-the-Water MCF01_02_1078
Sherborne Street, Bourton-on-the-Water, Cotswold, Gloucestershire. A horse-drawn cart crossing a ford on the River Windrush at the north-east end of Sherborne Street, with a mill building

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Donnington Brewery MCF01_02_1076

Donnington Brewery MCF01_02_1076
Donnington Brewery, Donnington, Cotswold, Gloucestershire. A view of Donnington Brewery and mill from north-west across the mill pond

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Stow Horse Market MCF01_02_1065

Stow Horse Market MCF01_02_1065
MARKET SQUARE, STOW-ON-THE-WOLD, COTSWOLD, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. An amusement fair held in Market Square during the Stow Horse Fair

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Gypsy camp MCF01_02_1069

Gypsy camp MCF01_02_1069
MAUGERSBURY MANOR, MAUGERSBURY, COTSWOLD, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. A group of gypsies with their caravans camped by the boundary wall of Maugersbury Manor

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Stow Horse Market MCF01_02_1068

Stow Horse Market MCF01_02_1068
MARKET SQUARE, STOW-ON-THE-WOLD, COTSWOLD, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. An amusement fair held in Market Square during the Stow Horse Fair, showing a crowd of people amongst fairground stalls

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Stow Horse Market MCF01_02_1064

Stow Horse Market MCF01_02_1064
MARKET SQUARE, STOW-ON-THE-WOLD, COTSWOLD, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. A dappled horse and gypsy caravan attending the Stow Horse Fair, standing near the Market Cross in Market Square

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Caravans arriving MCF01_02_1062

Caravans arriving MCF01_02_1062
STOW-ON-THE-WOLD, COTSWOLD, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. Two gypsy caravans arriving in town for the Stow Horse Fair

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Caravans arriving MCF01_02_1063

Caravans arriving MCF01_02_1063
STOW-ON-THE-WOLD, COTSWOLD, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. A steam-powered vehicle pulling gypsy caravans to the Stow Horse Fair past a row of houses, with a young boy watching from the foreground

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Unicorn Hotel MCF01_02_1061

Unicorn Hotel MCF01_02_1061
Unicorn Hotel, Sheep Street, Stow-on-the-Wold, Cotswold, Gloucestershire. A small crowd of people gathered outside the Unicorn Hotel, looking at agricultural implements for sale at the Stow Horse Fair

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Unicorn Hotel MCF01_02_1060

Unicorn Hotel MCF01_02_1060
Unicorn Hotel, Sheep Street, Stow-on-the-Wold, Cotswold, Gloucestershire. A group of men and two horses at a gypsy horse sale held on the main road at the Stow Horse Fair

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Stow Horse Fair MCF01_02_1058

Stow Horse Fair MCF01_02_1058
FOSSE WAY, STOW-ON-THE-WOLD, COTSWOLD, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. A group of men looking at horses in a gypsy horse sale held on the main road at the Stow Horse Fair

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Stow Horse Fair MCF01_02_1055

Stow Horse Fair MCF01_02_1055
FOSSE WAY, STOW-ON-THE-WOLD, COTSWOLD, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. A group of men looking at horses in a gypsy horse sale held on the main road at the Stow Horse Fair

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Stow Horse Fair MCF01_02_1057

Stow Horse Fair MCF01_02_1057
FOSSE WAY, STOW-ON-THE-WOLD, COTSWOLD, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. A white horse being shown in a gypsy horse sale held on the main road at the Stow Horse Fair

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Stow Horse Fair MCF01_02_1054

Stow Horse Fair MCF01_02_1054
FOSSE WAY, STOW-ON-THE-WOLD, COTSWOLD, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. Two horses and their colts being led by two men along the main road at the Stow Horse Fair

Background imageKatherine MacFee Collection (1902-1951) Collection: Stow Horse Fair MCF01_02_1053

Stow Horse Fair MCF01_02_1053
STOW-ON-THE-WOLD, COTSWOLD, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. A crowd and an auctioneer in a white coat gathered on a road at the Stow Horse Fair



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