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With more than 250 stunning photographs of people and places throughout 1920's London, this portrait of a city charts a decade of change and progress in England's capital. From children playing at the Blackheath village fete to bankers milling around Threadneedle Street and flapper girls leaving Mayfair clubs in the early morning, this charming collection documents all walks of life.
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Elizabeth Drury has contributed to several books on the Victorian period, including the Encyclopedia of Victoriana. She is the co-author of The Victorian Garden Album and the author of The Butler's Pantry Book. Philippa Lewis is an author, picture editor and photographer. Her publications include The Dictionary of Ornament and Details; A guide to House Design in Britain.
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Book Description Batsford, 2011. 1-82. Condition: New. London in the 1920s was a contrasting mixture of bright young things and down-and-outs, motor cars and horse carts, new mansion blocks and old slums. This fascinating collection of archive photographs is selected from the publication Wonderful London which included images by some of the best photographers working in the city at the time, including EO Hoppé and Donald McLeish, and the book records the working life of the metropolis as well as public events and entertainments. Seller Inventory # 224812
Book Description Batsford, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1906388989