A selection of Victorian and Edwardian photographs on glass plate negatives, showing historic buildings in Exeter including Exeter Cathedral, St Nicholas Priory and Cathedral Close.
A themed set of slides called “The Fifty Misericords of Exeter Cathedral” created by William Weaver Baker in 1911.
A set of 230 magic lantern slides of Exeter Cathedral, photographed and created by William Weaver Baker in the early 1900s.
A selection of magic lantern slides made for children to use with a toy projector.
Magic lantern slides containing photographs which have been hand-coloured. The slides were made by Charles Theodore Green and purchased for educational use by the museum in the 1930s.
A small collection of black and white photographs of Dartmoor, preserved as magic lantern slides. They are possibly associated with the Dartmoor historian TA Falcon.
Black and white photographs preserved as magic lantern slides which record a collection of ‘Exeter silver’ held by the local company Brufords. Photographed by William Weaver Baker in 1934.