Projeto Angola Open Day @ Powell-Cotton Museum
The Powell-Cotton Angolan collection was made in 1936 and 1937 when two women from the museum travelled south from Lobito to the Namibian border (then called South West Africa). The collection features 6,000 objects and photographs and 4 hours of film. The film may be the only film of its kind in the world.
The collection will be made available to view at the Powell-Cotton Museum on Saturday 17th September for a special open day. The museum is in Kent yet the event is completely free! Transport from London has been arranged and food will be provided on the day, making it a very inexpensive day out!!
For enquiries regarding the transport:
You can find out more about the project at itv.com/meridian-east/hidden-snaps-on-display71648
Saturday 17th September, FREE