Edward Reeves Archive: Stories Seen Through a Glass Plate II – 1914-1918: Lewes Remembers, 19th Aug – 24th Sept 2017

An Exhibition of 80 lightboxes in 65 windows throughout Lewes – with new online tour

Another chance to see this nationally acclaimed exhibition, now enhanced with additional images and audio/visual online trail.

This exhibition draws on images in the Edward Reeves Archive that cover the WW1 period. These include individual and group portraits of soldiers and their families, as well as civilian life during the war and photographs of the thousands of men billeted in the town.

The Online Tour

As you follow the lightbox trail you can now listen to period letters, stories and newspaper reports presented in fascinating audio clips. There are also many added images from the Edward Reeves archive.

A key to the trail

There will be a window display in the Lewes Tourist Information Centre from 1 to 15 September 2017, where a map of the trail is available free of charge. For information call 01273 483448.

Image at http://www.reevesarchive.co.uk/events/index.php




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