The playwright George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) was an avid amateur photographer at a time when the art was developing. In his lifetime he was known as a photographer but his collection has been largely left untouched since his death in 1950. Man & Cameraman aims to give his images back to the public.
This feature is illustrated with twelve photographs from the George Bernard Shaw Photographs collection at the London School of Economics. There is an introduction by Karyn Stuckey, Man & Cameraman Archivist at LSE, some suggested links, and some suggested reading (with links to Copac and Zetoc records).