The Great Depression marked the bitter and abrupt end to the post-World War 1 bubble that left America giddy with promise in the 1920s. These rare photographs are some of the few documenting the iconic years that are in colour.
Tatty washing lines on backstreet terraces, natty Oxford students on bikes, and a man blowing bubbles for the joy of it – foreign photographers best capture British idiosyncrasies on the evidence of a new exhibition curated by Martin Parr
Ellis Island was the gateway for more than 12 million immigrants who passed through its doors seeking a better future in America, from 1892 to 1954. The rich tapestry of cultures and nationalities who entered...
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