Eveleen Tennant

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Eveleen Tennant Myers (21 November 1856, Russell Square, London – 12 March 1937, London) was an English photographer.[1]

Tennant was the third daughter of Charles Tennant (1796-1873) and Gertrude Barbara Rich Collier (1819–1918). She married the classicist and psychical researcher Frederic William Henry Myers (1843-1901) in 1880. They had two sons, the elder the novelist Leopold Hamilton Myers (1881–1944), and a daughter.

Tennant took up photography in 1888, taking pictures of her family and visitors.


  1. ^ Crompton, Sarah (6 May 2016). "She takes a good picture: six forgotten female pioneers of photography". London: The Guardian. Retrieved 9 May 2016. 

Further reading[edit]

  • Hamilton, Trevor (2009). Immortal Longings: F.W.H. Myers and the Victorian search for life after death. Imprint Academic. ISBN 978-1-8454-0248-8. 

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