Yeoman's Eden Studios

From Ballarat and District Industrial Heritage Project
Jump to: navigation, search
Frank Wright and His Sister Laura by Eden Studio, 1920, Federation University Historical Collection (Cat. No. 11039)
Advertisement for Eden Studio, 1916. Federation University Historical Collection (Cat. No. 4692)



Yeoman and Co. <1903>


Eden Studio Stamp, 1920, Federation University Historical Collection (Cat. No. 11039)

In 1916 P. C. Thornton was the proprietor [1] Phone number was 855


Yeoman's Studios were at 44 Sturt Street Ballarat (opposite Ballarat Town Hall) 1910-1916, "Eden & Co" 1917-1919.[2]

Eden Photo Studios 44 Sturt Street (1914)

In 1920 the name 'Eden Studio' of Sturt Street was used.


Community Involvement

Works Produced

Workplace Relations

The People

P. C. Thornton


In the News

BALLARAT AND DISTRICT MEN - WARRANT OFFICER ALEC. WILSON. Mr P. C. Thornton, of Eden Studio, has received news of the death of his nephew. War-Officer Alec Wilson, of the 4th Light Horse. he was killed in action at Gaza last month. The deceased soldier was the eldest son of Mr and Mr. R. A. Wilson, of Traralgon, Gippsland. He left for the Front as a private in October, 1914; and look part in many big engagements. Although only in his 25th year, he was a splendid type of young Australian, being 6 feet 2 inches in height and strongly built. Profound sympathy is felt for his relatives, as, his genial and manly disposition made him very popular. Mr Thornton also has two married brothers and three other nephews at the Front, one of whom has been slightly gassed in France. The rest are still going strong.[3]

See also




  1. Ballarat Courier, Christmas Supplement, 1916.
  2., accessed 10 May 2014.
  3. Ballarat Courier, 16 November 1917.

Further Reading

External Links

--PMDonovan 15:16, 5 August 2016 (AEST)

Personal tools