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Prominent British architect Joseph Emberton filmed his family and travels during the 1930s and early 1950s. The collection includes family life at their Surrey home and holidays abroad as well as glimpses of Emberton's modernist style architecture.
Joseph Horowitz was a London based businessman who made films in the 1930s and 1940s documenting his travels, on business and pleasure across Europe, the Middle East, the United States, parts of Africa and India
A small collection of films by Solicitor, Mr Lancelot (Lance) House, showing scenes featuring family and friends in the South East, from the 1930s to late 1940s.
Kent Publicity Films
The archive holds a range of films advertising the county of Kent and its seaside resorts, dating from the 1930s to the early 1980s.
H A Voss
H. A. Voss filmed his family life at home in Coulsdon, Surrey, as well as documenting his holidays and business trips around the world. His daughter later also filmed her family and trips abroad
The Wistrand Family Collection, filmed by Swedish diplomat Tor H. Wistrand and his wife date from the 1930s to the 1950s, charting their travels to the Far East, the United States of America, and Sweden.
A collection of films by John Midderigh featuring his local area and travels abroad in the 1960s and 1970s using unusual film stock and anamorphic aspect ratio (2.66:1).
Lewis Stanley Dudkin (known as Stanley) filmed his family, regular trips abroad, weddings and local events from the 1930s through to the 1980s.
A collection of films by Wilfred Green showing his travels through Communist Eastern European and Russian countries. The collection also includes domestic family scenes and outings across the Home Counties and the South East of England - Kent, East and West Sussex.
A collection of amateur films from the Simpson family, featuring the Bradford Dyers Association, Shanghai, with additional views of Beijing, Canton and rural towns and villages in China, from ca. 1927 to 1935.
Wallis / Collingridge
A collection of travelogue films from a 1930s female amateur film-making duo - Maud Wallis and Ruth Collingridge. The pair captured a series of travelogues and cultural anthropological scenes in around the world and across the United Kingdom.
A collection of travelogues and family films taken in the UK and abroad made by the Tomes family in the 1950s and 1960s; featuring, among other events, the Festival of Britain and 'Atoms for Peace' conference.
This collection of family films created by Eric Norman provides a portrait of family and working life from the 1930s to late 1940s.
Jocelyn and Gillian Emberton Oral History
This collection includes a series of oral history interview recordings with sisters Jocelyn Emberton-Underwood and Gillian Farwell (nee Emberton). Edited extracts from the interviews have been combined with home movie footage filmed by their father, prominent British architect Joseph Emberton, in the 1930s and 1950s.
Between the 1950s and early 1990s Alan Stingemore made a considerable number of films covering a wide variety of subjects with a particular emphasis on railways and cinemas. His films often capture memorable events and last 'glimpses' of subjects that were about to disappear forever. During the 1980s Alan travelled throughout the region and beyond filming old cinemas, particularly if they were about to be demolished.These films form a fitting tribute to the memory of these buildings, often designed in the 'Moderne' or Art Deco style, which are now lost forever.
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