Thomas Nevin’s funeral notice 1923

Thomas Nevin’s funeral notice appeared in The Mercury 12th March 1923. This record also omits the middle initial “J” in his name which appeared on his government contractor stamp enclosed by the Royal Arms insignia. He was buried at the Cornelian Bay cemetery, now called the Southern Regional Cemetery Trust. He was buried with the rank of “photographer”. … More Thomas Nevin’s funeral notice 1923

Marcel Safier Collection

This full-length studio carte-de-visite portrait of an unidentified woman in a hat, holding her umbrella and bag in gloved hands, was taken by Thomas J. Nevin ca. 1871 at his studio, the City Photographic Establishment, 140 Elizabeth St. Hobart, Tasmania. The cdv gives a clear view of his studio decor at that time: the lozenge-patterned carpet; the shiny leather-covered slipper chair; the table with griffin-shaped legs; and the painted wall hanging featuring a patio terrace, balustrade, and meandering river disappearing into the distance. Thomas Nevin did not include the middle initial “J” in his stamp on the verso of these earlier 1870s cartes.  “T. J. Nevin Photographic Artist” was printed on  his government contractor stamp bearing the Royal Arms colonial warrant insignia from late 1872 to 1876 to signify that he was a government contractor while still operating as a commercial photographer from his Elizabeth Street studio. … More Marcel Safier Collection