William Hayes (photographer)

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William Hayes (1871–1940) was a Victorian photographer in York[1]

He moved to the small village of Hutton-le-Hole in the North York Moors in 1911, and his studio is now erected there in the Ryedale Folk Museum. (The museum is an open-air museum with other re-erected North Yorkshire buildings.)[1] The Hayes photographs include some of the family in the studio, which was built of corrugated aluminium with large glass windows. Many other photographs are of farm workers around Hutton-le-Hole.



  1. ^ Buchanan, Terry (1986) William Hayes, 1871-1940: York Photographic Artist. Beverley: Hutton Press, ISBN 978-0-907033-39-4 ISBN 0907033393

External links[edit]

  • His photos in York City Archives[2]