Person record: TRANTER, Albert  (1865-1911)

Basic biographical summary of this person
NameAlbert TRANTER
Relevance of this personsolicitor's clerk; contributor to OMLJ, 1890 
Main period of activity1890s
1865born atNailsworth, Gloucestershire, England
1881-1891residentWatledge, Gloucestershire, England
3 April 1881~16census record1881 Census of England and Wales, RG11/2549.82.27
5 April 1891~26census record1891 Census of England and Wales, RG12/2027.69.9
1901residentNailsworth, Gloucestershire, England
31 March 1901~36census record1901 Census of England and Wales, RG13/2443.26.24
1911~45died atunknown location
Texts linked to this personArticles (12)

Albert Tranter, Another field for lantern slide work in OMLJ 11.132 (May 1900)

Albert Tranter, Chromo-litho slides in OMLJ 2.19 (December 1890)

Albert Tranter, Cycling and lanternising in OMLJ 11.128 (January 1900)

Albert Tranter, Fresh lantern slide work in OMLJ 7.86 (July 1896)

Albert Tranter, Fresh lantern slide work in OMLJ 7.90 (November 1896)

Albert Tranter, How I utilise gelatine in OMLJ 3.35 (April 1892)

Albert Tranter, Hymn slides, etc. in OMLJ 5.60 (May 1894)

Albert Tranter, Is the lantern played out? No in OMLJ 7.80 (January 1896)

Albert Tranter, Man and nature in OMLJ 12.145 (October 1901)

Albert Tranter, More fresh lantern slide work in OMLJ 8.95 (April 1897)

Albert Tranter, My art gallery in OMLJ 5.62 (July 1894)

Albert Tranter, The relation of man to the optical system of the human life of the universe in OMLJ 11.137 (October 1900)

Published correspondence (3)

‘ J.H.R.’, C. Goodwin Norton, ‘ Saturator’, Albert Tranter and Carey Coombs, Correspondence in OMLJ 2.19 (December 1890)  –  'Chromo-litho slides'

F.P. Cembrano, Albert Tranter, Albert W. Scott and ‘ Clericus’, Correspondence in OMLJ 3.37 (June 1892)  –  'Finger-marked slides'

Francis Partridge, James Jeffery, G. Hastings Philp, Albert Tranter and J. Doumer, Correspondence in OMLJ 7.89 (October 1896)  –  'Fresh lantern slide work'

Lucerna ID no. 6002843Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 October 2016