Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Three photographs labelled ‘Civil War Burial Party’, ‘Civil War Camp Kitchen’ and ‘U.S. Civil War Cookhouse’. Print date not indicated.
Black and white photograph of men celebrating in office
A collection of photocopied prints and accompanying annotations. Shots of the North African and Italian campaigns, WWII. Depicts scenes of leisure, daily tasks, post-conflict destruction and general landscapes. Also included is a map of Alexandria, Egypt. The general date range of the photographs is 1941-1944, although they are not individually specified.
A collection of handwritten notes, negatives and prints. The negatives and prints depict scenes from the North Africa Campaign of WWII predominantly of soldiers’ leisure time. The date of the shots and prints is unknown. The subject matter suggests a date range of c. 1940-1943. [See Hutchings folder].
A collection of photography newsletters including The Photo-Forum Supplement (Summer 1977/1978, Summer 1978/1979, Spring 1979, Spring 1980), along with an accompanying message to subscriber’s and a copy of The Photographer’s Mail from April 2007. Also included is a copy of The Times Literary Supplement, November 14, 1980.
A printed copy of Coleman, A.D., ‘What is a Vintage Print?', The Bill Brandt Archive; www.billbrandt.com/research/whatisavintagepr.html; accessed 2 July 2012.