These next few posts will complete our record of River Hull archive photographs from the Hull Daily Mail which we repaired and restored. They are published with many thanks to Angus Young, and used with permission.
This gallery of photographs contain images from 1885 to the 1990s. The following two posts will focus on the people detailed in the images we discovered when honing in digitally to the images during the restoration process.
Click on a photograph to see the big picture and scroll along.
A River Full of Stories
A River Full of Stories is getting a great response from the libraries. The book has been a labour of love to produce so we are delighted to find out how popular it is. There is still a chance to see the exhibition and films at Hull Maritime Museum this year, and we have news of future exhibitions coming up in the new year. Keep an eye on the website for details. And in the meantime, the book is available to borrow from Hull Libraries, East Riding Libraries, Museums & Archives, Hull History Centre, The Leeds Library, The British Library and to order from all UK libraries
Open Bridges: River Full of Stories Exhibition and Films
The free exhibition showcasing both the films made for Open Bridges and A River Full of Stories are on display at Hull Maritime Museum until the end of 2019. We’ll keep you posted about forthcoming exhibitions in 2020.
Rich and Lou