'A Scene at the Course'

'A Scene at the Course'
3 4 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 26cm

Description

Horace Nicholls was born in Cambridge in 1867 to his mother Charlotte and photographer father Arthur. Aged 19 he worked as a studio photographer in Chile for three years. In 1892 he first went to South Africa and in 1899 he was appointed war correspondant for the London-based periodical 'South Africa' during the Boer War. In 1902 he returned to England to pursue his career as a freelance photographer. Nicholls became an offical photographer of the Home Front during the First World War. His brief was to produce suitable material on industrial and military activity.

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10669987

© Royal Photographic Society/National Museum of Science & Media/Science & Society Picture Library

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