One of the early dry plate, film & paper manufacturers, & a company descended from the original 1870 company & selling Ilford branded goods is still operating today.


BJP_1911_thumbThe British Journal of Photography was a weekly paper to the photo industry until the changed world of the new millennium forced it into a monthly of a different sort. But for more than a century of it’s unbroken run, the weekly was supplemented by an annual, the ‘Almanac’.  To give an idea of the size and scope of the photo industry in Great Britain, the pre WW1  Almanacs comprised about  1400 pages.

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