B J P
Notes from the North
Announcement of the death of
"There are many, both at home and
abroad, who will hear with deep regret of the death of Mrs Tunny of
Edinburgh, which occurred on the 25th inst.
She was a 'helpmeet' to Mr Tunny
in the true sense of the term, an enthusiastic love of the art, and on of
the most artistic photographers that ever laid paper on a negative..
Mrs Tunny possessed a refined and
cultivated taste, and a thorough knowledge of the requirements of
photography - a lasting memorial of which may be seen in the recently
erected establishment in Maitland Street, which is one of the most elegant
and perfect in the country, and which we hope we are committing no breach
of confidence in saying was principally the work of the deceased lady.
Mrs Tunny, while ever diligent in
business, displayed at all times an open-handed friendship, and gave a
hearty welcome to all connected with the art. She never seemed so
happy as when exercising a genuine hospitality to the numerous strangers
who came 'within her gates'."