Photographers Index

Tappin, PercÚ, fl 1907-1922, photographer

Gender: Male
Active Dates: circa 1907 - circa 1922
Active Area: North and Central America (continent)
United States (nation)
Barbados (nation)
Saint Michael (parish (political))
Bridgetown (inhabited place)
New York (state)
Bronx (county)
Kings (county)
New York (county)
Queens (county)
Richmond (county)
New York (inhabited place)
Likenesses: None found.
Photographs: None known to be held within the collection
Publications: None found.
Related Entries: None found.
   
PercÚ Tappin was a commercial photographer based in Barbados. He established a photographic studio in Bridgetown in 1918 and in 1922 had a studio at 28 Broad Street. He had previously spent eleven years studying and practising in New York City and elsewhere in the United States. Tappin was a member of the International Photographers Association and represented Fox Film Corporation of New York City (Macmillan 1922, p.388).
Sources: Macmillan, Allister (1922), 'The red book of the West Indies: historical and descriptive, commercial and industrial, facts, figures, and resources'. London: W.H. and L. Collingridge.

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