- the web site of Daphne Carter's photographic collection
Friends of Ventnor Library, c/o Ventnor Library, High Street, Ventnor. PO38 1LZ.
The Friends of Ventnor Library's project, 'Ventnor Remembered' entails archiving the remarkable photographic record left to the Island by Ventnor resident Daphne
Carter who died in 2017. The collection comprises almost fifty albums, containing thousands of her photographs of the people, buildings and landscape in and around Ventnor taken between the 1980s and early 2000s. Once complete, the
photographic collection will be accessible to the public on its own website and will provide an invaluable record of the social history, local architecture and natural landscape of the Ventnor area. It will be of interest to residents in the area, new and old and an important educational and research resource for scholars and students.
The 'Ventnor Remembered' project is supported by the Ventnor and District Local
History Society, and has been awarded a grant by 'Down to the Coast', a
landscape partnership scheme supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Enter the photo gallery by clicking on the button below to learn more about Daphne Carter and the 'Ventnor Remembered' project,
and to browse the images from Daphne's collection.
Enter the Gallery
Some Pictures from Daphne's collection
If you are interested in helping with our project, please email the Friends of Ventnor Library or leave your contact details at the Library in person or by phone on 852039.
The Friends of Ventnor Library acknowledge with gratitude:
|The Executors of Daphne Carter's Estate for their permission to use the images|| ||The Isle of Wight Library Service for loan of the photographic collection|
|Ventnor & District Local History Society for helpful advice and the use of their scanning equipment|| ||The Ventnor Library Steering Group for their encouragement and support|
This page last updated January 31st 2020
All images © The Executors of Daphne Carter's Estate