Wallace's Houses
Dec 5, 2010Public
Photo: Wallace's birthplace Kensington Cottage (centre) near Usk, Wales probably c. 1900. The image is in postcard format. Photographer: H. Dunning, Usk. First published by the A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni in 2010. Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan and owner of Publication Right: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Kensington Cottage, near Usk, Wales probably around c. 1900. Photographer: ? First published in Wallace's My Life (1905) and scanned from this publication. Copyright of scan: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Kensington Cottage, near Usk, Wales probably around c. 1900. Photographer: H. Dunning, Usk. Scanned with permission from an old print owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: 11 St Andrew's Street, Hertford in 2008. Copyright G. Beccaloni.
Photo: Lantwit (Llantwit) cottage in Neath, Wales, an engraving from an unidentified book. Wallace lived here with his mother, sister and brothers from c. 1845 until early 1848, when he left for his trip to the Amazon with Henry walter Bates. Copyright of scan: James Williams.
Photo: Treeps, Wallace's wife's family home in Hurstpierpoint, Sussex. Wallace and Annie lived here for a year from mid 1867, and Wallace wrote "The Malay Archipelago" here. A watercolour painting by Annie Wallace. First published: Raby (2001). Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund.
Photo: Treeps, Wallace's wife's family home in Hurstpierpoint, Sussex. Wallace and Annie lived here for a year from mid 1867, and Wallace wrote "The Malay Archipelago" here. A watercolour painting by Annie Wallace. First published on this website in 2010. Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan and owner of Publication Right: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund.
Photo: Treeps, Wallace's wife's family home in Hurstpierpoint, Sussex. Wallace and Annie lived here for a year from mid 1867, and Wallace wrote "The Malay Archipelago" here. Date of photograph unknown. Photographer: Unknown. Scanned with permission from an old print owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: The Dell, Grays, Essex. Wallace built this house and lived there between 25 March 1872 and July 1876. Photographer: ? First published in Wallace's My Life (1905) and scanned from that publication. Copyright of scan: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: 12 Rose Hill, Dorking, Surry. The house Wallace rented on the Rose Hill residential estate from July 1876 to March 1878. Copyright George Beccaloni
Photo: Nutwood Cottage, Godalming, Surrey. Wallace built this house and lived there between May 1881 and June 1889. Photographer: ? First published by the A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund  & G. W. Beccaloni in 2010. Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan and owner of Publication Right: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Nutwood Cottage, Godalming, Surrey. Wallace built this house and lived there between May 1881 and June 1889. Photographer: ? First published in Wallace's My Life (1905) and scanned from that publication. Copyright of scan: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Corfe View, Parkstone, Dorset, where Wallace lived from June 1889 until December 1902. A watercolour painting by Annie Wallace. First published: Raby (2001). Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund.
Photo: Corfe View, Parkstone, Dorset, where Wallace lived from June 1889 until December 1902. A watercolour painting by Annie Wallace. First published on this website in 2010. Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan and owner of Publication Right: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund.
Photo: Corfe View, Parkstone, Dorset, where Wallace lived from June 1889 until December 1902. A watercolour painting by Annie Wallace. First published on this website in 2010. Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan and owner of Publication Right: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund.
Photo: Corfe View, Parkstone, Dorset, where Wallace lived from June 1889 until December 1902. Photographer: ? Copyright of scan: The Natural History Museum, London.
Photo: Corfe View, Parkstone, Dorset, where Wallace lived from June 1889 until December 1902. Photographer: ? First published by the A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund  & G. W. Beccaloni in 2011. Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan and owner of Publication Right: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Old Orchard, Broadstone, Dorset being built in 1902. Wallace built this house and lived there from December 1902 until his death on 7 November 1913. Photographer: ? First published by the A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni in 2010. Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan and owner of Publication Right: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Old Orchard, Broadstone, Dorset in 19?? Wallace built this house and lived there from December 1902 until his death on 7 November 1913. Photographer: ? First published by the A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni in 2010. Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan and owner of Publication Right: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Old Orchard, Broadstone, Dorset in 19?. Scanned from a poor quality copy of The Revolt of Democracy (1913). Copyright of scan: Public domain.
Photo: Old Orchard, Broadstone, Dorset in 19?? Wallace built this house and lived there from December 1902 until his death on 7 November 1913. Photographer: ? First published: Raby (2001). Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Old Orchard, Broadstone, Dorset in 19?? Wallace built this house and lived there from December 1902 until his death on 7 November 1913. Photographer: ? First published by the A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund  & G. W. Beccaloni in 2010. Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan and owner of Publication Right: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Old Orchard, Broadstone, Dorset in 1909. Photographer: Reginald Haines. First published in Rann (1909). Scanned with permission from an original print owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Old Orchard, Broadstone, Dorset on 2nd August 1905. Photographed for My Life. Photographer: ? First published in Wallace's My Life (1905). Scanned with permission from an original print owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.