ColorPhotographs of 1920’s England
It’s rare that you see color photos from the 1920s. In 1928, under George V’s reign, National Geographic photographer Clifton R. Adams traveled throughout England to capture everyday life in both the countryside and towns. Luckily for us, he used some cutting-edge technology (at the time), called Autochrome, which captured color photos on dyed potato starch. Rare England
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