Hertfordshire Postcard Artists, Photographers, Publishers, etc.


Abbots Langley


First World War Photographs

This page is being used to collect links to pictures by this photographer or post card publisher.

If you can help to identify him s0 much the better.

Tell Me

 if you can supply details (and possibly scans) of other Hertfordshire post cards he produced.


A very faded picture of soldiers (Royal Field Artillery cap badges) line dup for Church Parade on the High Street outside Abbots Langley Church, and probably taken from an upstairs room of the Kings Head Public House


Other very faded but restorable photographs by Calvert from the First World War period are known, such as this picture in the school garden, and one of soldiers with a horse & cart. A faded picture of a fishmonger may also be by him.


I have not yet identified Calvert, but George Edward Calvert (47, private means) and Alfred Thomas Calvert (27, private means) were living with Gibbs relatives in Abbots Langley in 1911.

September 2016   Page created