The way we were, as glimpsed through a photographer's lens

Niamh Griffin
October 2012
Mail on Sunday;10/28/2012, p34
life illus life children's TOGETHER they form an extraordinary archive of the changing lives of children, whether they are the buttoned-up, starched and strictly posed portraits of the wealthy, or the grimy, barefoot and half-starved figures of the poverty stricken.


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