London Photographs 1957- 62 - Frederick Wilfred16. Jun - 8. Jul 12 / ended Museum of London
10am-6pm, 7 days a week
As part of The London Festival of Photography 2012, the Museum of London presents a collection of previously unseen photographs by Frederick Wilfred.
This archive, recently acquired by the Museum of London, paints a vibrant and engaging view of 1950’s post-war London, including days at the lido, street sweepers going about their business and iconic images of Battersea Power Station.
Frederick's son Russell undertook the enormous task of ordering and scanning his fathers archive, and so it is thanks to him that these evocative and historic images are now available for everyone to enjoy.
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