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Walter Leonard Frederick Bird (1903–1969) by Godfrey Argent, 1966 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Bird, Walter Leonard Frederick (1903–1969), photographer, was born at 141 Southampton Street, Camberwell, London, on 21 June 1903, the elder child and only son of Walter John Bird, letter sorter, and his wife, Charlotte Helena, née Richards. While both his parents hoped their son would become an engineer, ...

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Hardman, Edward Fitzmaurice Chambré (1898–1988), photographer, was born at Fox Rock House, Stillorgan, Rathdown, co. Dublin, on 25 November 1898, the second child and first son of Edward Chambré Hardman (1861–1917), a land agent for several landlords in co. Dublin, and his wife, ...

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Edith Tudor Hart (1908–1973) by Wolfgang Suschitzky, 1937 © Wolfgang Suschitzky

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Hart, Edith Tudor [née Edith Suschitzky] (1908–1973), photographer, was born in Vienna on 28 August 1908. Her father was the radical bookseller and publisher Wilhelm Suschitzky (1877–1934), a campaigner for a variety of progressive causes. Her mother, Adele Bauer (1878–1980), worked in the home. The two of them, together with her brother, ...

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Muspratt, Helen Margaret (1907–2001), photographer, was born on 13 May 1907 in India, the elder daughter and eldest of the three children of Lieutenant-Colonel Vivian Edward Muspratt (1875–1946), army officer, and his wife, Lily May, née Hope (1883–1952). With her sister, Joan, she was sent to school in ...

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Helen Margaret Muspratt (1907–2001) self-portrait, 1928 © estate of Helen Muspratt

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Raffles, Frances Rachel [Franki] (1955–1994), photographer and campaigner against violence against women, was born in Hope Hospital, Salford, Manchester, on 17 October 1955. She was the third daughter of four children, three sisters and a younger brother, of Gillian, née Posnansky (b...

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Ward, Henry Snowden (1865–1911), photographer and author, was born at Great Horton, Bradford, on 27 February 1865, the eldest of five sons of William Ward, stuff manufacturer, and his wife, Mary, the only daughter of Henry Snowden, manufacturer. He was educated at Great Horton national school...