Collection of the week: David Lewis Hodgson
Dr David Lewis Hodgson is a renowned psychologist who, during the 1960s, worked as a photojournalist on Fleet Street. His archive, represented exclusively by Mary Evans Picture Library, provides a fascinating and alternative insight into a decade of British history with significant social, technological and political change.

The jewels of Hodgson's collection are the images that document the unconventional lifestyles and eccentric groups in British society during that time, with hippies, stunt troops, contortionists, North Sea trawler fishermen, nude magic acts, a hairstylist who experiments with vegetables and a witch's coven all included. Hodgson's photographs also chart many of the scientific and technological advances; from the construction of Concorde to more kooky inventions such as the 'Cube Car' and Britain's first underwater house. Another noteworthy set of images within the collection are the amassed archive photographs and sketches relating to the Jack the Ripper murders… definitely not for the faint of heart.

Delve into the quirkier side of 1960s Britain by taking a look at our hand-picked image selection, or explore the entire collection here. The photographs of 1960s Britain are also the subject of Hodgson's latest book; 'The Way it Was' - a signed copy of which you can purchase here. If we can also help with a tailored search or assist with any projects you currently have in the pipeline, please contact us either by email at or by telephone on 020 8318 0034.

Mary Evans Picture Library Ltd.  59 Tranquil Vale  Blackheath  London  SE3 0BS. United Kingdom.
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