Although not one of Brighton’s more famous photographers, such as William Constable and Edward Fox, nevertheless Thomas Donovan had along established photographic business at 1c, St James’s Street, a well positioned studio. Started in the 1890s, it was known as Donovan’s Studies [sic] when it closed in 1922. We are indebted to Mr Donovan for many interesting photographs of Brighton.

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