Late 1970s London Counter Culture
A collection of portraits taken in the 1970s of people living an alternative lifestyle in London
THanks Bob. Email on it's way to you.
posted at 08:58AM Jul 16 PST
stu9000, my e.mail is email@example.comBob
posted at 08:48AM Jul 16 PST
Hi Bob, thanks for getting back to me so quickly, and sorry to hear about that. How do I contact you via email? I can see how to PM you, maybe because I'm new here. Stu
posted at 08:04AM Jul 16 PST
STU9000,I'm happy to say that Joyce is still with us (though in poor health) Hi stu9000, I'm happy to say that Joyce is still with us ( though in poor health) I would be glad to pass on any request if you would like to contact me via e-mail
posted at 07:23AM Jul 16 PST
Hi. I'm looking to get in touch with the copyright holder of Joyce Edward's photography as I would like to use some of it, as a template which I would like to vectorise. Would I be correct in assuming that she has now passed? I can't find her anywhere on the internet. Can anyone help?
posted at 04:14AM Jul 16 PST
posted at 04:13AM Jul 16 PST
Have just come across this beautiful book. Very nostalgic. I hadn't seen the photograph of myself in the book since the 70s It was taken when I was living in a squat on Albany St, NI, in a house belonging to the Crown Properties, no less. Those were the days of Tolmers Square, Centrerpoint. We set up a group called the Cambridge Terrace and Albany Road Action group and produced plans for a community of artists workshops and reasonably priced accommodation in opposition to the Crown Property's plans for expensive homes. The Crown won, of course, but we at least forced it to a planning appeal. Happy Days !
posted at 07:09AM Jan 22 PST
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