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Archive opening: The Pauline Heathcote Archive

Bromley House Library, Nottingham, is opening The Pauline Heathcote Archive at Bromley House Library on 29 July at 2.30pm. Bromley House was the home of the first commercial photographic studio in Nottingham and was in use from 1841 until 1955. Eric Butler has been working with Bernard Heathcote and Bromley House to set up a research centre for the history of photography based on Pauline Heathcote’s extensive and thorough research notes. There is also a small photographic museum celebrating the important photographic heritage of Bromley House.

The main archive and other exhibits are housed on the third floor. The reception will be held on the first floor where some examples from Pauline’s Archive together with some exhibits will be displayed. There is, unfortunately, no lift access.

If you are interesting in attending the opening RSVP by 22 July 2015 to Bromley House Library, Bromley House, Angel Row, Nottingham, NG1 6HL. t: 0115 9473134 w:

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