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The Hampstead Photographic Society (HPS) will be celebrating its 75th anniversary next year (est 1937). The HPS has been busy researching the society’s history, especially in the society’s early years, as much of their own documentation was mislaid back in the 1980s.

Writing in last week's Camden Journal, the Chairman, David Reed, would love to trace individuals who helped create the society back in the pre-war period, plus any information about what happened to it during the war and when it became active again after the war. The society was called the Hampstead and North West London Camera Club before the 1960s and members used to enter a regular competition called the North London Exhibition in the 1950s and 1960s.

So if you are able to help, or know of any former members, then please do contact the HPS via their website.

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