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Helen Trompeteler commented on Michael Pritchard's blog post Resources: returns
"Fantastic news, thank you and to Anna for lobbying to make this available again as a listing."
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Helen Trompeteler replied to Kate Addleman-Frankel's discussion Miss G.C. Lazenby
"Hi Katie, I was interested to see your enquiry as I live in SE London near Sydenham Hill. Local historian Steve Grindlay would be a good person to ask, as he is so knowledgeable on local history and has historic photographs connected to the area. He…"
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Papers, photographs and collections of Prince Albert to be published for the first time

A major new digitisation programme announced by Royal Collection Trust will transform understanding of Prince Albert's role in national life and his profound influence on Victorian society. The Prince Albert Digitisation Project is supported by Sir Hugh and Lady Stevenson in honour of the late Dame Anne Griffiths DCVO, former…


Posted on April 6, 2018 at 14:30

Marilyn Stafford: Stories in Pictures 1950-1960

I recently spoke to Marilyn Stafford about her life in photography, and the background to some of the series of photographic works which are included in current exhibition ‘Stories in Pictures 1950-1960’ at Art Bermondsey Project Space until 9th July 2017. 

Marilyn's internationally published work spans from 1948-1980 and covers a broad scope of subjects and periods of modern history. I hope you enjoy discovering her work at the links…


Posted on July 3, 2017 at 9:01

Research: Ruth Snowman

As part of my ongoing research on the life and work of Josef Breitenbach, I am trying to locate further information on a very significant pupil, Ruth Snowman. Snowman studied with Breitenbach in Paris during 1934, and later in England worked as his agent, placing his work in a variety of British and American publications. (During this time she lived on Acol Road, West Hampstead, NW6) From 1935-1939 she ran her own photographic studio in London, under the trading name of Ruth Antoni.…


Posted on August 15, 2016 at 19:00

Olive Edis: The Record of a Journey

To mark the 97th anniversary of pioneer photographer Olive Edis' tour of Europe documenting the work of the British women's services in the First World War, and in celebration of Women's History Month, Cromer Museum will be sharing extracts from her journal over the next few weeks on their project blog. Looking forward to following Liz Elmore's work as she continues to research the Edis archive.

Posted on March 3, 2016 at 9:50

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