- Author:Philip Bradley
- Publisher:New Era Publications,Tweedale (January 1, 2000)
- Pages:72 pages
- Subcategory:Performing Arts
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- Formats:lit azw lrf mbr
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Fairground Photographs and Notes, Jan 1932-Dec 1938. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780953509720 (978-535097-2-0) Softcover, New Era Publications,Tweedale, 2000. Find signed collectible books: 'Fairground Photographs and Notes, Jan 1932-Dec 1938'.
The late Philip Bradley began taking fairground photographs in 1936, and continued to do so for over sixty years. This book is a selection of photographs and the accompanying notes up to the end of 1938. He began making notes on fairs at the age of twelve in 1932, and built up one of the most comprehensive archives of photographs and notes in the country. The book covers an interesting period when the London area fairs still had switchbacks and scenic railways alongside the many modern electric machines which were becoming more popular.
Bradley took photographs of the fairs he visited and developed all his . Philip Bradley, Fairground photographs and notes January 1932-December 1938.
Bradley took photographs of the fairs he visited and developed all his own photographic prints. His data books record the development and changes in many fairground machines between 1943 and 1998 and he wrote many articles on the subject, including a series of articles entitled "Some notes on the development of fairground machinery" published in The Engineer in 1954 (see 6790/2/1-4).
PHILIP BRADLEY FAIRGROUND PHOTOGRAPHS & NOTES Written by Kevin Scrivens; Stephen Smith. January 1932-December 1938. Stock no. 1816701 Published by New Era Publications. Collection of captioned b/w photos together with selected notes from Philip Bradley's notebooks. Pictorial card wraps.
Title: The Philip Bradley Collection . Scope: Black and white prints of early rides and shows copied with permission from Surrey History Centre. Administrative, biographical history: Philip Bradley was a passionate and dedicated fairground enthusiast, whose thorough documentation of his journeys enabled him to build a detailed knowledge of fairground machinery. Philip developed a vast collection of photographs documenting developments of fairgrounds and machinery from pre-war fairgrounds, to the blackout fairs and the more modern machinery of the nineties.
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