Photographer Harry Penhaul (1914 - 1957) dedicated his life to documenting the events and everyday lives of local people. After the war, he worked as a freelance press photographer for The Cornishman newspaper, earning the affectionate nickname of 'Flash Harry'. This selection of work from the archive of Penhaul's work at Penlee House shows what life was like for people on the Penwith Peninsula in the 20th century. There is still plenty more to discover and we're hoping that visitors to the exhibition can help! This is a chance for everyone to learn more about this historic collection and to shed new light on these wonderful images.
Please Note: From 9 January to 3 February 2017, the Gallery and Museum will be partially closed while we line and repaint the walls in the hall, stairs and landing areas. The Orangery Cafe and the Shop are open as usual. Free admission to 'Penhaul Undiscovered' Exhibition.
Drop-in workshops every Saturday from 2.30pm-3.30pm
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