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Photographs

Our growing line of photographic books includes work by the Titshall brothers, Peter Boulton and Carl White from the 1920s to the 1990s in Suffolk. Eric Guy records the Wiltshire Downs and outstanding old photographs from the Imperial War Museum show agricultural work and forestry behind the Front Line and trenches during the First World War.

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  1. Bells Beneath the Sea: photographs of the Suffolk Heritage Coast

    Bells Beneath the Sea: photographs of the Suffolk Heritage Coast - Carl White

    Legend has it that if you put your ear to Dunwich cliff on a stormy day you can hear the long-submerged bells of the town?s churches ringing under the waves. Such is the rich, haunting quality of this coastline, whose past resonates strongly in its present. Learn More
    £19.95
  2. Farming and Forestry on the Western Front 1915-1919

    Farming and Forestry on the Western Front 1915-1919 - Murray Maclean

    This fine collection of photographs from the First World War shows how the British army tried to reduce its imports of forage, food and timber by supplying itself from the French land... Learn More
    £17.95

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  3. Hadleigh: the Portrait of a Suffolk Town

    Hadleigh: the Portrait of a Suffolk Town. The photographs of Peter Boulton - Selected by David Kindred

    Commercial photographer and film-maker Peter Boulton recorded Hadleigh and its people in the 1940s and ?50s. This thriving country town, ten miles west of Ipswich, gave him scope to photograph the activities that were typical of so many towns at that time. Learn More
    £12.95

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  4. In a Long Day: the Titshall photographs of farm and village life (2nd edition) (Paperback) - David Kindred & Roger Smith

    In a Long Day: the Titshall photographs of farm and village life (2nd edition) - David Kindred & Roger Smith

    From 1925 to 1935 commercial photographers Leonard and Ralph Titshall toured Suffolk recording farm workers, tradesmen and villagers... Learn More
    £9.95
  5. Ipswich: the changing face of the town

    Ipswich: the changing face of the town - David Kindred

    Ipswich, the county town of Suffolk, has hosted famous engineering companies and major insurance groups; it is a progressive town which has transformed itself over the past hundred years Learn More
    £19.95
  6. Just a Moment (Paperback) - David Kindred and Roger Smith

    Just a Moment - David Kindred and Roger Smith

    The photographs in this collection were taken in Suffolk between 1925 and 1935. The majority of the shots are of workmen paused for a moment in the course of their normal days... Learn More
    £9.95
  7. Suffolk Steam Railways (Paperback) - David Kindred

    Suffolk Steam Railways - David Kindred

    The 200 photographs in this book reflect the diversity and importance that steam once had in East Anglia. For a hundred years it was the main carrier of people and freight, and a major employer, even though Suffolk was a mainly agricultural county with relatively few lines. Learn More
    £12.95
  8. The Rural World of Eric Guy

    The Rural World of Eric Guy - Jonathan Brown

    From the 1930s to the 1960s commercial photographer Eric Guy captured the rural world from his base at Basingstoke and Reading. His intimacy with this area enabled him to draw out the character and pattern of farm work and the variety of landscapes in these counties. Learn More
    £9.95

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