Scope and Content

The photographs are mainly of Twyford and other villages in southern England, but also show archaeological subjects from across England. The images include: Albourne (Wilts), Aldermaston , Aldworth, Alfriston (Sussex), Aborfield, Ashampstead, Ashbury, Assendon (Oxon), Aston Tirrold (Oxon), Aston Upthorpe, Avebury (Wilts), Avington (Hants), Aylesford (Kent), Baulking, Baydon (Wilts), Bearwood, Benson, Binfield, Bisham, Blewburton, Blewbury, Blowing Stone, Bourton-on-the Water (Glos), Bowsey Hill, Boxford, Bradfield, Bramley (Hants), Brandon (Suffolk), Bray, Breamore, Breckland (Norfolk), Bridgerule (Cornwall), Brightwell, Broadway (Worcs), Bucklebury, Burford (Oxon), Caversham, Cerne Abbas (Dorset), Chalfont, Chalgrove (Oxon), Charvil, Checkendon (Oxon), Childrey, Chilton Foliat, Chipping Camden (Glos), Chipstead (Kent), Cholsey, Churchill (Oxon), Clifton Hampden (Oxon), Coate Swindon (Wilts), Cockpole Green, Coleshill, Cookham, Cookham Dean, Cookley Green (Oxon), Cotswolds (Glos), Coxwells, Cumnor, Cuxham (Oxon), Danesfield (Bucks), Dorchester (Dorset), Dorchester (Oxon), Dorset, Dunwich (Suffolk), East Challow, East Garston, East Shefford, Easthampstead, Elsing (Norfolk), Eton (Bucks), Eversley (Hants), Ewelme (Oxon), Faringdon, Farnborough, Fawley, Fotheringhay (Northants), Futters Lake, Gallowstree Common (Oxon), Goosey, Goring (Oxon), Great Hampden, Great Tew (Oxon), Guiting Power (Glos), Hambleden (Bucks), Harlech, (Merioneth), Hartfordbridge (Hants), Hartwell (Bucks), Heath and Reach (Beds), Heidelberg (Germany), Henley (Oxon), Highworth (Wilts),. Hurley, Hurst, Ibstone Turville (Bucks), Icknield Way, Inkpen, Isle of Wight, Jordans (Bucks), Kennett and Aldbourne (Wilts), Kingston Lisle, Kingston , Kintbury Lambourn, Lane End, Lavenham (Suffolk), Letcombe Bassett, Letcombe Regis, lewknor (Oxon), London (Smithfield), Long Wittenham, Little Wittenham, Lower Slaughter (Glos), Loxley (Warwicks), Maidengrove (Oxon), Maidenhead, Malvern Hills (Worcs), Marlow (Bucks)Medmenham (Bucks); Mill End (Bucks); Monmouth (Mon); Moreton-in-Marsh (Glos); Mount Shippett, Witney (Oxon); Netley (Hants); Newnham Hill (Oxon); Norwich (Norfolk); Nuffield (Oxon); Oxford (Oxon); Pamber (hants); Parmoor (Bucks); Penn (Bucks); Pitstone (Bucks); Ranworth (Norfolk); Reading; Remenham; Rheims (France); Ridgway, Rollright (Oxon); Ruscombe, Russells Water (Oxon); Saintbury (Glos); Salisbury (Wilts); Selborne (Hants); Shebbear (Devon); Shillingford (Oxon); Shinfield; Silchester (Hants); Sindlesham; Sonning; Sotwell; Southampton, Hants and Continental trip; Spain; Sparsholt; Stanford-in the Vale; Stonehenge (Wilts); Stonor (Oxon); Stow-on-the-Wold (Glos); Streatley; Sulham; Swallowfield; Swindon (Wilts); Swyncombe (Oxon); Tadley (Hants); Tar Pit; Tewkesbury (Glos); Thames River; Thatcham; Theale; Tilehurst; Turville; Twyford; Turville (Oxon); Uffington; Upton-on-Severy; Upton; Wallingford; Wargrave; Warren Row; Watlington (Oxon); West Challow; Wickham; Wiltshire; Winchcombe (Glos); Windsor Castle; Winter Hill; Wittenham; Wokingham; Woolhope (Herts); Woolstone; Wormsley (Herts); Wycombe Hill (Bucks); Unidentified churches, views, buildings, streets; Swords and Spearheads; Ogilvy's map; Treacher family

Administrative / Biographical History

Llewellyn Treacher came from one of the leading families of Twyford, involved in building and market gardening. His interests were in geology and local history.

Conditions Governing Access

Open for consultation

Acquisition Information

Accession number DX320


Compiled by Caroline Gould, 18 December 2002

Other Finding Aids

A detailed catalogue is available at the Museum of English Rural Life

Conditions Governing Use

Please contact the Archivist

Related Material

Other records of Treacher's are held at Berkshire Record Office; geological specimens are in the University of Reading; paleeoliths are in the Pitt-Rivers Museum, Oxford.