Miss Bradbury

Miss Bradbury, Scarborough

This unusual walkie came amongst a clutch of snapshots I purchased at the local flea market last week.  There was an entire box full of photographs from a house clearance, all from the same family, but very little to identify them.  My guess is the teenager in the middle is a Miss Bradbury, flanked by her parents.  It looks like she cut their heads out to mount into some sort of oval frame, but kept the rest of the print.  The Bradbury’s lived in the Huddersfield area – all the snapshot wallets were from the town – and holidayed across the UK.  On this occasion it was Scarborough, where they were snapped by a walkie photographer down by the harbour at a place known as Sandside (which has featured here before) probably in the early Fifties.

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