Photographed by Chambré Hardman in a garden café on a visit to Provence, France in 1926. The image depicts three figures sitting around a café table on a sunny afternoon in a tree lined boulevard in Avignon. The figures are Harold Hinchcliffe Davies (well known Liverpool Architect) on the right, Nora Davies, his wife on the left, and (centre) Fred Jenkins (Liverpool Architect). They holidayed together, while a young Margaret Mills (later Hardman) looked after the photographic studio in Liverpool. The photograph was made using a Graflex camera, and was heavily retouched. Exhibited in The London Salon of Photography 1978. Displayed in the "Behind the Lens" Exhibition at the Picton Library, Central Library, Liverpool March-May 2004. Taken 1926
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