An Edwardian photographer

PUBLISHED: 16:40 17 February 2006 | UPDATED: 09:40 06 May 2010

A fascinating exhibition of Letchworth Garden City scenes and people by a local photographer, Ebenezer Housden, who had a photographic studio and café in Station Road many moons ago. The exhibition runs at the Heritage Museum, Norton Way South, until Marc

A fascinating exhibition of Letchworth Garden City scenes and people by a local photographer, Ebenezer Housden, who had a photographic studio and café in Station Road many moons ago. The exhibition runs at the Heritage Museum, Norton Way South, until March 25. The photographs date from 1906 to 1910 and document some of the town's Pioneer years, including many beautiful images of streets, shops, people - and even the May Day celebrations. 30 framed photographs from original glass negatives will be for sale. The museum is open Monday- Saturday from 10am to 5pm. Admission charges including into the exhibition are children under16 free; town residents/students, 50p; non-residents, £1.


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