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Ivor Castle showing Queen Mary and the Prince of Wales round the exhibition at the Grafton Gallery. The largest picture in the world!
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It would be good to discuss our large collection of Bassano whole-plate negatives covering the 1914-18 period
in connection with your plans and also our NPG great war show. Although most are catalogued on line we still have a few hundred not yet catalogued or printed from 1917-19.
Certainly. I'll get it to you after Easter.
Would it be a good idea, if not too much trouble, to send me a synopsis of what you have on my grandfather Ivor, the I can see if I have anything you have not.
You probably know about the flight in Claude Grahame-White's plane with his camera. Family tales had it that he was the first cameraman to take aerial pictures.
Thanks for sharing this Lesley. I am Head Curator at the IWM Photograph Archive. You might be interested to know that IWM is working on a major new exhibition and digitisation project to mark the WW1 centenary in 2014. Ivor's work, and that of other WW1 photographers & film cameramen, will be central. In this connection, I would very much like to check that the Museum's information regarding Ivor's life and work is accurate and up to date. Any advice appreciated!
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