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At 9:04 on February 16, 2010, Meir Berk said…
Hello Michael,
Thanks for your kind words about my blog on photo montages.I wanted to insert pictures separately, but the system did not allow me to.
I thought you might like to see one of them in more detail, since I believe the couple to be John Dillwyn Lwellyn (excuse the spelling) and wife.I saw the image in an auction catalog ,identified as such.
I also enclose a photo of the house in the same album. you might be able to identify it.
Kind regards,

At 17:51 on January 4, 2010, Lorraine Anne Davis said…
Thanks so much -

The Photograph Collector's Guide will be published in Autumn 2010 by Marquand books -

I write for B&W - is anyone interested in submitting an article on the history of Britsh photography (or an aspect of it?) I can run the suggestion by my editor.
At 6:48 on December 8, 2009, John Paul Spooner said…
HI Michael,

My PhD is a practice-led project examining new towns and modernism in architecture...Part of that involves looking into how photography techniques in this area have changed over the last 100 years...


At 21:36 on April 30, 2009, Mike Allen said…
Michael: Forgive me if this is old news off radar but I stumbled across this exhibition in London and wondered if it might interest anyone:-
At 15:16 on April 20, 2009, Bob, Editor – Photographic Canadiana said…
Michael: you've got a typo in the Bamford slide item:
" a serachable DVD"
At 5:13 on February 4, 2009, Anne Lacoste said…
Hi Michael,

It is indeed very nice to meet you again after all these years. After my experience at South Kensington I decided to start a career in the field of Photography (and I should thank you for your support!). I went back to university and just get my Ph.D. in Art History (my dissertation was about photography and archaeology in the Orient in the second half of the 19th Century). I have been working as assistant curator in the department of photographs of the J. Paul Getty museum for more than three years now. Your website is a really good idea and my congratulations for such an achievement! I hope you are doing well too and looking forward to hearing from you,

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