The collection has c.5844 black and white film and glass negatives which date from 1941-1972. Around 1700 images have been catalogued between the years 1941-1942, with c.1637 prints available on England's Places. They focus on architecture around England during the Second World War, looking specifically at areas in the north of England which were at-risk of bombing during air raids. The collection documents buildings lost and damaged during air raids and architecture of local and national interest, such as stately homes and parish churches.
This is part of the Collection: WOO02 George Bernard Wood Collection
This Series contains the following materials:
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