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"Hi Tony I recall the course well! But my recollection that this would have been mid-60s soon after I returned from a Kodak Colour Scholarship in Rochester, NY and I would have been teaching at Leicester College of Art at the time. And I had a shared…"
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"Sandy has to renovate his home as well as revive what he can of a once great collection that was not insured nor was his house as it was in a previously flooded area. He will continue to throw his time into research such as continuing to chronicle…"
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"My heart goes out to Mr Barrie. You see and hear about it on British TV, but it is only when a first-hand account is given of the disaster, the enormity of the flood and its effect on the people and the destruction their personal (and cherished)…"
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Photographic disaster in Australian floods

PHOTOGRAPHIC DISASTER IN BOOVAL (IPSWICH), QUEENSLAND, JANUARY 2011-- I received an email on Friday 14th January from Ian Parker of the Club Rollei in Jersey (Channel Islands) telling me of the tragedy that had just overtaken Sandy Barrie the well-known camera and image collector. I then heard from Ian Carron in Melbourne with the same news. I then contacted one of Sandy’s friends, Marcel Safier in Brisbane, to make some arrangements, packed a few essentials, got straight in my car and drove…See More
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Photographic disaster in Australian floods

PHOTOGRAPHIC DISASTER IN BOOVAL (IPSWICH), QUEENSLAND, JANUARY 2011-- I received an email on Friday 14th January from Ian Parker of the Club Rollei in Jersey (Channel Islands) telling me of the tragedy that had just overtaken Sandy Barrie the well-known camera and image collector. I then heard from Ian Carron in Melbourne with the same news. I then contacted one of Sandy’s friends, Marcel Safier in Brisbane, to make some…

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At 9:43 on July 9, 2012, Richard Morris said…

Hi Tony. Great to hear from you. Must say I like your vehicle! We are fine here and about to celebrate our 50th wedding anniversary on the 28th. We had an all day Dillwyn Symposium recently in Swansea and I did a talk on his photography. We had a load of professors talking on aspects of the family including one on William Dillwyn who was a leading light in the abolition of the slave trade. Not sure if this is OK by the group but might I have your direct e-mail address.  Ours is now r.morris210@btinternet.com    We changed it about 2 years ago.

We spent a month in Oz last July and stayed in 9 different hotels and 11 flights. Went from east to west and south to north including the Ghan train which was an experience.

Regards Sue and Richard

regards to you all and do get in touch. 

At 19:56 on July 6, 2012, Michael Hallett said…

Hi Tony

I recall the course well! But my recollection that this would have been mid-60s soon after I returned from a Kodak Colour Scholarship in Rochester, NY and I would have been teaching at Leicester College of Art at the time. And I had a shared pad in Chiswick Village for part of the week...

Hope al is well with you. I guess you can catch up with my more recent activities at www.michaelhallett.com.

All good wishes, Mike

 
 
 

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