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Classic Photography Of The 1950s 1950 to 1968
The 1950s, as seen through the eye of a lens. If you were there, then we'll wager that you'll remember some of these iconic scenes...
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Princess Anne in the arms of Princess Elizabeth,...Keep
Actress Joan Collins prepares for filming at the...Keep
Actress Elizabeth Taylor arrives at the premiere...Keep
Mr P Sharp, a boiler-maker, takes his seat in the...Keep
Captain M.G.Harvey, MC, who duped the Chinese and...Keep
Choir boys Beating the Bounds at the Tower of...Keep
Arthur Bond (right), football referee, in his...Keep
23 year old Albert george Stokes of Corrie Street,...Keep
Telegraphist Bernard Elton and Drummer John...Keep
Oyster fishing starts at the Colchester Oyster...Keep
The devastated village of Lynmouth, North Devon,...Keep
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