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émigrés

Damaged by water but surviving remarkably well despite being ninety years old and having travelled ten thousand miles, this walking picture of a lady out shopping in… 59 more words

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Colwyn Bay

These two small walking pictures are from strips which have been later cut up.  They were both taken by Cine Snaps in Colwyn Bay, Wales, in the 1930s.   162 more words

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St. Annes

Walking picture cameramen were keen to get a pitch on or near one of our piers for a couple of reasons. They were often busy spots, and people who chose to visit the piers were perhaps more likely to want to spend a bit of money on a photo alongside the other attractions. 497 more words

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On the prom

This is a good example one of the earlier style walking pictures, taken with a large reflex camera on a glass plate in the early 1920s I would imagine. 229 more words

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Cromer?

I’ve never been to Cromer but this family have, back in 1924.  And by the looks of their happy sunburnt faces suncream hadn’t yet been invented!   283 more words

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West Pier

This is another street photo from the firm of Speedisnaps, who operated out of Medina Works in Hove.  It shows Martin Honor’s maternal grandparents, Frank and Elsie.  157 more words

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Do you know?

I thought this card would be quite easy to identify but the location eluded me.  It looked an early walking picture, but once you study the other people in the scene, they are dressed in twenties fashions. 230 more words

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