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vintage everyday: London of 1973 and 1974 in Color (photos by Jonathan Barker)

Organise Against The National Front poster, created in support of the British anti-racism movement of the late 1970s and early 1980s in conjunction with organizations such as the Anti-Nazi League and Rock Against Racism, featuring a photograph by Syd Shelton, England, United Kingdom, 1977-81, by See Red Women's Workshop.

Organise Against The National Front poster, created in support of the British…

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Elevated view looking down onto a roadway leading out of Paddington Station. The pavements are busy with pedestrians heading away from platform 9, which can be seen in the distance 60's

Elevated view looking down onto a roadway leading out of Paddington Station. The pavements are busy with pedestrians heading away from platform which can be seen in the distance

The Virgin Records store in Notting Hill, 1971

Branson's first successful business venture came in 1976 when, aged he set up Student magazine. In he founded a mail-order record retailer and within a year had opened his first shop on Oxford Street, London – Virgin Records.

“I went to South London and I saw, in the distance, a bombed building with a lot of children playing in it, so I thought that might be an interesting subject. So I walked towards this building and when the children saw somebody with a camera they immediately stopped this fascinating thing, whatever they were doing which intrigued me, so they all came out and wanted their photograph. You used to get this cry, ‘please take my photo Mister’.” Children in bombed building Bermondsey 1954

Roger Mayne -street photographer

Killer shot of this character filled Brooklyn shopfront by @americansquares. by thevinylfactory

Killer shot of this character filled Brooklyn shopfront by by thevinylfactory

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