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'Down the Bay'

£14.99

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Down the Bay - subtitled "Picture Post, Humanist Photography and Images of 1950s Cardiff." This celebrated and now rare softback book published by Butetown History & Arts Centre in 2001, is a collection of images by Bert Hardy who was a principal photographer for Picture Post magazine. His images are seen as both powerfulk and tender, brilliant and empathetic. Although he often dealt with serious topics - poverty, racism, war, Belsen - his photographs are always concerned with the human side of the story. This soft back book was published in 2001. It is in very good condition. Not ex-library. One inscription and date by a previous owner.

Item details

Author(s):
Glenn Jordan
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
28x23cms
Edition:
2001
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1898317089
ISBN-13:
9781898317081
Number of pages:
76
Publisher:
Butetown History & Arts Centre
Title:
'Down the Bay.'

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Down the Bay - subtitled "Picture Post, Humanist Photography and Images of 1950s Cardiff." This celebrated and now rare softback book published by Butetown History & Arts Centre in 2001, is a collection of images by Bert Hardy who was a principal photographer for Picture Post magazine. His images are seen as both powerfulk and tender, brilliant and empathetic. Although he often dealt with serious topics - poverty, racism, war, Belsen - his photographs are always concerned with the human side of the story. This soft back book was published in 2001. It is in very good condition. Not ex-library. One inscription and date by a previous owner.

Author(s):
Glenn Jordan
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
28x23cms
Edition:
2001
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1898317089
ISBN-13:
9781898317081
Number of pages:
76
Publisher:
Butetown History & Arts Centre
Title:
'Down the Bay.'

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