The death of Andrew Pringle at the age of 77 was
reported in the British Journal of Photography on 18 January 1929
He was described as a veteran photographer who,
since 1898, had been a director of Kodak.
A brief biography was given
[differing a little from that given above]. In his obituary,
Andrew Pringle was reported as having been born at Kirkcudbright,
Scotland, 1851, educated at Harrow, Cambridge and Sandhurst, then
served in the 8th Hussars.
He was a keen politician, an amateur photographer
with a particular interest in micro-photography and active experimenter.
He wrote many leading articles for the weekly paper,