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  • Collection: Serena Wadham Archive

SWA.312.tif
Written on the back by Serena Wadham:
'H.G.S.
Forum......discusses passionately how to field their cricket team. The tall boy seems to see that the small group got a fair hearing.(part of a sequence - see contacts OJ 8/32//OJ8/36//OJ9/10 or…

SWA.EX.029.tif
Written on the back of the print by Serena Wadham:
"Furnished" accommodation in Notting Hill. 1968

SWA.181.tif
Written on the back by Serena Wadham
'Mrs Pauline Doyle drives a taxi'.
Part of Serena's 'changing role of women' series.

SWA.183.tif
Written on the back of the print by Serena Wadham
'Vivian Young apprentice aircraft engineer'
Part of the documentation of the changing roles of women.

Helder Camara, BrazilianCatholic Archbishop visiting Manchester.

Anti Vietnam War demonstration London 1968

SWA.364.tif
Written on the front of the print by Serena Wadham:
'Anti Nixon Demo'

Duong Thi Duyen

SWA.365.tif
Written on the back of the print by Serena Wadham:
'Duong Thi Duyen (Journalist? negotiator at peace Talks?)
N. Vietnamese women talking to anti-Vietnam war women at Boulogne. She is married with two children'

Miss Ramnie Dadoo, daughter to Ghandi's adopted son. Krishna Menon, Dr Y Dadoo President of the South African Indian Congress.

SWA.368.tif
Written on the back of the print by Serena Wadham:
'L to R, with the text as above

Womens' Peace Rally about Northern Ireland Trafalgar Square 1976.

SWA.362.tif
Written on the back by Serena Wadham: 'Womens' demo about N. Ireland'

SWA.EX.056.tif
Written on the back of the print by Serena Wadham:
'A boys' gang in Islington"

SWA.EX.44.tif
Islington
During the time that Serena Wadham lived there, from the late 1960s to 1987, the borough became increasingly mixed, with a large white working-class population rubbing shoulders with incoming young professionals and increasing numbers of…
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