In 1972, photographer James Ravilious took on a commission from Beaford Arts' founding director John Lane to make some images which would "show north Devon people to themselves". Seventeen years and more than seventy thousand images later, James' Beaford Archive had become what the Royal Photographic Society later called 'a unique body of work, unparalleled at least in this country for its scale and quality'.
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