Richard Dykes Alexander R.D.A. President Robert Seager with R.M. Duxbury Temperance Minister Burgess, a Reformed Drunkard, and Two Other Members

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Ref.# 2307

Medium Salt Print

Mount mounted

Photo Date 1857  Print Date 1857

Dimensions 7.25 x 5.75 in. (184 x 146 mm)

Photo Country United Kingdom (UK)

Photographer Country United Kingdom (UK)

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Printed below image "Ipswich" and "R.D.A." Full title written in ink on mount recto. The Ipswich Temperance Society was founded by Richard Dykes Alexander in 1836/37. He was the first President of the Society, in 1840. Alexander is shown here with other Temperance Society figures: Robert Seager, Ipswich, Suffolk;

Robert Worsley Duxbury, Oldham, Lancashire; Robert Reeves, and

Burgess, A Reformed Drunkard.

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Photo Detail | Richard Dykes Alexander - R.D.A. President Robert Seager with R.M. Duxbury Temperance Minister Burgess, a Reformed Drunkard, and Two Other Members