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RepositoryNational Resource Centre for Dance Archive
LevelFile
Ref NoNM/F/3/2/9
TitleUncredited photographs
Datec1920s-1930s
Description1. 1 x black and white photograph of two children. Appears to be by Thomas Longworth-Cooper. 330mm x 225mm; landscape

2. 1 x sepia photograph of four dancers, three of which carry urns. Appears to be by Thomas Longworth-Cooper. Annotated on the verso 'students 1920'. 200mm x 145mm; landscape

3. 1 x black and white and 1 x sepia photograph (one unique image) of Madge Atkinson and the statue that was kept in the Natural Movement School Studio. Appear to be by Thomas Longworth-Cooper. One is mounted on card and the other is printed on a post card. 160mm x 115mm; 135mm x 85mm; landscape. Also see number 10-11 below.

4. 2 x black and white and 1 x sepia photographs of Madge Atkinson and children. Appear to be by Thomas Longworth-Cooper and of 'Play'. One is mounted on card. 160mm x 110mm; landscape. 135mm x 85mm; landscape.

5. 2 x black and white photograph of an adult and a child dancer. Appear to be by Thomas Longworth-Cooper. One print is mounted on card and the other is printed ona postcard. 165mm x 120mm, 135mm x 85mm; landscape. Also one cut out of the adult in the photograph, also printed on a post card.

6. 1 x black and white photograph of Mary Thornley in a seated position wearing a flowing dress. 100mm x 70mm; landscape. This was taken from an image printing block NM/O/2/24

7. Photograph with the title "When Art Can Further Art". 1 x black and white photograph featuring three dancers in the Madge Atkinson Studio with the statue. Appears to be by Thomas Longworth-Cooper. 130mm x 75mm; landscape. This was taken from an image printing block NM/O/2/6

8. Photograph with the title "A Corner of the Studio". 1 x black and white photograph featuring two dancers in a studio and one lady in the background (possibly Atkinson) and a piano. 130mm x 75mm; portrait. This was taken from an image printing block NM/O/2/11

9. Photograph of Miss Ella Voysey standing wearing a plain tunic and holding a long scarf. The photograph is marked Davidson but this is in Anita Heyworth's handwriting. The image appeared in the Dancing Times in November 1927. 90mm x 145mm; portrait.

10-11. 5 x black and white photographs (two unique images) of Madge Atkinson and the statue that was kept in the Natural Movement School Studio. (See number 3). Appear to be by Thomas Longworth-Cooper. Four are printed on post cards. 135mm x 85mm; landscape. One print is framed and signed by J G Johnson 1920, it has a sketched effect and is mounted within thick card.

12. 1 x black and white photograph of ten children in a line wearing dyed tunics. March 1922 is marked on the verso. 135mm x 85mm; landscape

13. 1 x sepia photographic print of Madge Atkinson wearing a dress with a flowery pattern. The image looks like a sketch. Atkinson is written on the verso in pencil. 150mm x 250mm; portrait.

14. 2 x black and white photographs (one unique image) of Atkinson and four students. One of the students is standing on Atkinson's back as she sits of the floor. All are wearing elf/gnome costumes. 135mm x 85mm; landscape.

15. Madge Atkinson sitting on the floor wearing a long tunic. 130mm x 90mm; landscape.

16. A group wearing period costumes, featuring Madge Atkinson. The print is annotated on the verso 'Miss Eastman'. 130mm x 90mm; landscape.

17. Madge Atkinson in period costume in a play. Both prints are mounted on black card. 115mm x 165mm; portrait.
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1. 1 x black and white photograph of two children. Appears to be by Thomas Longworth-Cooper. 330mm x 225mm; landscape

2. 1 x sepia photograph of four dancers, three of which carry urns. Appears to be by Thomas Longworth-Cooper. Annotated on the verso 'students 1920'. 200mm x 145mm; landscape

3. 1 x black and white and 1 x sepia photograph (one unique image) of Madge Atkinson and the statue that was kept in the Natural Movement School Studio. Appear to be by Thomas Longworth-Cooper. One is mounted on card and the other is printed on a post card. 160mm x 115mm; 135mm x 85mm; landscape. Also see number 10-11 below.

4. 2 x black and white and 1 x sepia photographs of Madge Atkinson and children. Appear to be by Thomas Longworth-Cooper and of 'Play'. One is mounted on card. 160mm x 110mm; landscape. 135mm x 85mm; landscape.

5. 2 x black and white photograph of an adult and a child dancer. Appear to be by Thomas Longworth-Cooper. One print is mounted on card and the other is printed ona  postcard. 165mm x 120mm, 135mm x 85mm; landscape. Also one cut out of the adult in the photograph, also printed on a post card.

6. 1 x black and white photograph of Mary Thornley in a seated position wearing a flowing dress. 100mm x 70mm; landscape. This was taken from an image printing block NM/O/2/24

7. Photograph with the title "When Art Can Further Art". 1 x black and white photograph featuring three dancers in the Madge Atkinson Studio with the statue. Appears to be by Thomas Longworth-Cooper. 130mm x 75mm; landscape. This was taken from an image printing block NM/O/2/6

8. Photograph with the title "A Corner of the Studio". 1 x black and white photograph featuring two dancers in a studio and one lady in the background (possibly Atkinson) and a piano. 130mm x 75mm; portrait. This was taken from an image printing block NM/O/2/11

9. Photograph of Miss Ella Voysey standing wearing a plain tunic and holding a long scarf. The photograph is marked Davidson but this is in Anita Heyworth's handwriting. The image appeared in the Dancing Times in November 1927. 90mm x 145mm; portrait.

10-11. 5 x black and white photographs (two unique images) of Madge Atkinson and the statue that was kept in the Natural Movement School Studio. (See number 3). Appear to be by Thomas Longworth-Cooper. Four are printed on post cards. 135mm x 85mm; landscape. One print is framed and signed by J G Johnson 1920, it has a sketched effect and is mounted within thick card.

12. 1 x black and white photograph of ten children in a line wearing dyed tunics. March 1922 is marked on the verso. 135mm x 85mm; landscape

13. 1 x sepia photographic print of Madge Atkinson wearing a dress with a flowery pattern. The image looks like a sketch. Atkinson is written on the verso in pencil. 150mm x 250mm; portrait.

14. 2 x black and white photographs (one unique image) of Atkinson and four students. One of the students is standing on Atkinson's back as she sits of the floor. All are wearing elf/gnome costumes. 135mm x 85mm; landscape.

15. Madge Atkinson sitting on the floor wearing a long tunic. 130mm x 90mm; landscape.

16. A group wearing period costumes, featuring Madge Atkinson. The print is annotated on the verso 'Miss Eastman'. 130mm x 90mm; landscape.

17. Madge Atkinson in period costume in a play. Both prints are mounted on black card. 115mm x 165mm; portrait.

Persons
CodePerson NameDates
DS/UK/P3147Atkinson; Madge (1885-1970); dance practitioner1885-1970
DS/UK/P1348Heyworth; Anita Elizabeth M (1906-1991)1906-1991
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