- Created by
- Stuart Brisley born 1933
- Board with text about the ‘Artist Project Peterlee’, and three images of Peterlee and surrounding area taken during the 1940s
- Photograph, black and white, on paper, and printed paper mounted on board
- 293 x 443 mm (photograph and printed paper), 403 x 481 mm (mount)
- The text gives an overview of the 'Artist Project Peterlee' and the '2nd Peterlee Report'. The images are of: a Victory in Europe or Victory in Japan party, 1945-46, at Old Street, Holden; a coal miner working in a pit; and three women in service, at Castle Eden. Text and images are mounted on board.
- Document - miscellaneous
- Tate Archive
- This project was relocated from the APG archives (TGA 20045), date of entry 2004 to Stuart Brisley's archives (TGA 201114), date of entry 2013.
- TGA 201114/4/17
- Personal papers of Stuart Brisley TGA 201114 (137)
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