Our True Intent is all For Your Delight. This edition of Butlin's photographs, collated by Martin Parr, coincides with Butlin's 75th anniversary.

Our True Intent is all For Your Delight,

Our True Intent is All for Your Delight: The John Hinde’s Butlin’s Photographs, Photography by Elmar Ludwig, Edmund Nägele and David Noble, Introduction by Martin Parr

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Fulani youth Lafia, Northern Nigeria John Hinde Collection (1960s-1970s) Vintage Nigerian photos

Fulani youth Lafia, Northern Nigeria John Hinde Collection (1960s-1970s) Vintage Nigerian photos

john hinde, butlin's skegness, the empress ballroom, c late 60s - early 70s, david noble

john hinde, butlin's skegness, the empress ballroom, c late - early david noble

This book Our true intent is all for Your Delight: The John Hinde Butlin's Photographs is truly a delight! What a great find

This book Our true intent is all for Your Delight: The John Hinde Butlin's Photographs is truly a delight!

John Hinde, Butlin's Ayr: Lounge Bar and Indoor Heated Pool (Ground Level), circa 1970

John Hinde, Butlin’s Ayr: Lounge Bar and Indoor Heated Pool (Ground Level), circa 1970

John Hinde postcard

John Hinde, On The Road To Keem Strand, Achill Island, Co, Ireland John Hinde Archive John Hinde Collection Ltd

john hinde, butlin's bognor regis, the boating lake, c late 60s-early 70s, david noble

john hinde, butlin's bognor regis, the boating lake, c late david noble

Battersea Park fairground. John Hinde postcard, 1969.

Battersea Fun Fair, opened in was part of the Festival of Britain celebrations.

British postcard, John Hindle

Bobby on the job: "A policeman directs traffic near St Paul's Cathedral in front of an iconic London Routemaster bus in the Photo: John Hinde.

"A Fire Guard", by John Hinde (1944). Hinde was employed by the British government as an official war photographer, covering the Blitz and the home front. This posed portrait was published in his book "Britain in Pictures".

"A Fire Guard", by John Hinde Hinde was employed by the British government as an official war photographer, covering the Blitz and the home front. This posed portrait was published in his book "Britain in Pictures".

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