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Images for this Thematic Issue have been kindly provided by:
Moving Here, a NOF digitisation programme project
Cover: A young woman teacher photographed with her pupils
at the Margaret McMillan First School in Bradford during a
computer lesson, 1994. © Bradford Heritage Unit (Moving
Here catalogue ref. 316148)
Pages 1 and 4/5: Newsboys waiting to collect their copies on
'News' - a Barbados daily paper, November 1960. ©The National
Archives (Moving Here catalogue ref. INF10/39/009)
Pages 6/7: Playtime at Trench Town Comprehensive School,
Kingston, Jamaica, May 1965. ©The National Archives (Moving
Here catalogue ref. INF10/147/001)
Page 8:The Fruit and Vegetable Market in Busby Alley, Bridge-
town, March 1955. ©The National Archives (Moving Here
catalogue ref. INF10/39/016)
Page 9: Chapman Lane, adjoining Emerton Alley, where the
houses are small and close together. Barbados, March 1955. ©The
National Archives (Moving Here catalogue ref. INF10/50/001)
Page 9:The bus station at Mandeville, Jamaica, January 1961.
©The National Archives (Moving Here catalogue ref.
INF10/148/002)
Page 12: Lifeboat drill. Lascars, or Asian sailors, lined up on one
of the decks of the ship Viceroy of India wearing lifejackets for
a lifeboat drill in 1929. In 1942 during World War Two the ship
was torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine. ©National
Maritime Museum (Moving Here catalogue ref. P85288)
Page 13: Passenger/cargo liner Circassia manoeuvring off landing
stage with tug, North Quay, assisting, 1963. ©National Maritime
Museum (Moving Here catalogue ref. N33608(2S)B Apr 1963)
Page 13: Getting ready for a family outing at the home of a Sikh
family in Pudsey,West Yorkshire, 2001. ©Bradford Heritage Unit
(Moving Here catalogue ref. 81 Boys Turban)
Page 14: A young Sikh boy and girl walk along a London street of
terraced houses. From a series of images showing cultural diversity
in London, 1973-1983, taken by Henry Grant. ©Museum of
London (Moving Here catalogue ref. HG2826A/13)
Pages 14/15:Three adolescent boys sit deep in conversation on
the front steps of a house in London. From a series of images
showing cultural diversity in London, 1973-1983, taken by
Henry Grant. ©Museum of London (Moving Here catalogue
ref. HG2826F/32)
Page 15: A boy lines up to play a shot in a snooker game at the
Bangladeshi Youth Organisation in the Manningham district of
Bradford, 1990.The mural on the wall behind shows the journey
of people from rural Bangladesh to urban Britain. ©Bradford
Heritage Unit (Moving Here catalogue ref. 22 Snooker at BYO)
Page 26: A demonstration in Trafalgar Square in 1970 or 1971
against the Colour Bar Immigration Bill which restricted the
right of Commonwealth citizens to remain in Britain. ©Museum
of London (Moving Here catalogue ref. HG2123/18)
Page 27: A dressmaking class at an Asian Women's Centre in
Bradford, 1994. ©Bradford Heritage Unit (Moving Here
catalogue ref. 316128)
Page 27: An Urdu class taking place at a Bradford school, 1994.
Urdu is the official language of Pakistan and one of the 15 official
languages of India. It developed in the Punjab in India about
thousand years ago and uses words borrowed from Arabic, Persian
and Turkish. ©Bradford Heritage Unit (Moving Here catalogue
ref. 316156)
Page 28: A typical black wedding in Brixton, 1968. ©Black
Cultural Archives (Moving Here catalogue ref. Photograph
14 Wedding)
Page 29:Washing a Sikh groom with yoghurt the night before
his wedding in Huddersfield, 2002. ©Bradford Heritage Unit
(Moving Here catalogue ref. 67 Sikh Mendhi)
Page 29: A West Indian couple on their wedding day. From a series
of images showing cultural diversity in London, 1973-1983, taken
by Henry Grant. ©Museum of London (Moving Here catalogue
ref. HG2826F/16)
Page 32: Mas cafe, a West Indian shop where you can obtain fry
fish, dumpling, soups and other meals. Ma standing behind the
counter in her shop in 1980. A photograph from the Vanley Burke
Collection. ©Birmingham City Archives (Moving Here catalogue
ref. MS2192/4/41)
Page 33: Playing bingo at the Subco Elders Day Centre in Upton
Park, London, 1998. ©Bradford Heritage Unit (Moving Here
catalogue ref. 78 Bingo)
Page 38: Desmond's Hip City, Brixton's first black record shop;
shop front c.1973. ©Black Cultural Archives (Moving Here
catalogue ref. Photograph 17 Desmond Hip City)
Page 39: Afro-Caribbean teenagers playing at an open-air concert.
From a series of images showing cultural diversity in London,
1973-1983, taken by Henry Grant. ©Museum of London
(Moving Here catalogue ref. HG2826D/21)
Page 39: Dancing to celebrate the festival of Navaratri at the
Shree Hindu Temple in Bradford, 1994. Navaratri is a major
Hindu festival and lasts nine days. ©Bradford Heritage Unit
(Moving Here catalogue ref. 316106)
Page 42: Members of the Leeds Carnival Committee
photographed outside Cowper Street School in Chapeltown,
Leeds, 1974. ©West Yorkshire Archives Service (Moving Here
catalogue ref.WYL5041/2/3/2)
Page 45:The Main Street, Mandeville, Jamaica, January 1961.
©The National Archives (Moving Here catalogue ref.
INF10/143/006)
Courtesy of The National Archives
Used with permission
Este Court Archive, a Culture 2000 project
Page 20: Hydra, a silver coin minted by Ercole I d'Este in 1493
Page 21: ECA virtual collection, entry for the artist Battista Dossi
Page 23: ECA virtual collection, entry for 'Justitia', oil on canvas,
1544, by Battista Dossi
©Este Court Archive
Used with permission
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