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Photograph (Cyanotype) of the Draughton Anticlinal Fold in Yorkshire, by Washington Teasdale, Probably 1880s

Inventory Number: 17898
Object Type:
Persons: Washington Teasdale (Photographer)
Date Created:
Accession Number: 1949-10
Brief Description: Cyanotype (blueprint) positive. Geological features exposed in a quarry at Draughton, West Yorkshire, chiefly the tight anticlinal fold in the conspicuously bedded limestone (part of the Skipton Anticline); with several figures.
For fuller descriptive and historical commentary see narratives.
Primary Inscriptions: Inscribed on back: 'The Draughton - (nr. Ilkley Yorks) Anticlinal See Green's Geology for Wood's Sketch of it'.
Provenance: Presented by the Executors of G. H. Gabb in 1949. From the collection of Richard Inwards.
Collection Group: Gabb Collection
Material(s): Paper
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
74 97 mm


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