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The late 1920s and early 1930s, photographer Clifton R. Adams (Clifton R. Adams) held in England, which went on behalf of National Geographic to capture its farms, towns and cities, as well as residents at work and leisure. Adams in those days managed to make colored frames, using AVTONOMNYY process issued by the lumi?re brothers to the market in 1907. The main component of autochrome (Autochrome) served with potatoes. The smallest grain of sand colored starch, about 4 000 000 to 2.5 square inches, covered with a glass plate. And the space between the grains are filled with soot. In 1928 an important role in the life of England played agriculture, which were occupied by both men and women. In the same year resident of Britain reached full electoral equality with men. Prior to the law (Equal Franchise Act), only women over 30 could vote in England. Clifton R. Adams took these photos at the age of 38. He has photographed in many other European countries, and Central and North America, working for National Geographic from 1920 until his death. Died photographer in 1934 at the age of 44. Traffic control stops the buses in Trafalgar square in London English proudly points to a farm wagon in Cambridgeshire. Wicks of Wisbech built horse drawn wagons on which the Gypsies roamed across the UK Portrait of a farmer near his wagon in Crowland, Lincolnshire Police and farmers gathering hay in Lancashire Lunch in the Hayfield in Lancashire Girl playing in the sand in Sandown, Isle of Wight Actors in knight costumes for competition in Britain Heroes of Britain and her colonies in Southampton, Hampshire Two women buying ice cream from the seller converted to stall the car in Cornwall. Kelly`s ice cream is produced to this day A woman looks out of the window of a stone house in Ambleside, the lake district (lake district), Cumbria, England A war veteran is selling matches on the street in Canterbury, Kent A young girl sells artificial flowers for charity event in Alexandra Day in Kent The first time Alexandra Rose Day Roses Alexandra) held in 1912. Thus celebrated the 50th anniversary of the arrival in Britain of the Princess of Schleswig-Holstein-sonderburg-Glucksburg from Denmark. In 1862 she became engaged to Prince Edward (later king Edward VII), and the following year they were married. The fans wanted to celebrate the anniversary of her arrival, and Alexander proposed to do this by selling paper roses in aid of charities. This day has been celebrated annually. Girl, selling paper flowers in the charity event in Alexandra Day, Seaford, East Sussex Two drivers standing in front of a tourist bus in Ulverston, Cumbria In Oxford at the corner of high street and Cornhill View of the liner "Mauretania" company Cunard dock in Southampton, Hampshire House with vines on the street Stratford-upon-Avon in the County of Warwickshire A young woman sends a letter in Oxford The tea party in Buckinghamshire The little boy throws the letter in the mailbox in the hedge, Sussex Double Decker London bus picks up passengers.


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