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Helen Bamber, founder of the Medical Foundation for Care of Victims of Torture, London 1990

Gaston Berlemont, legendary proprietor of 'The French House' (officially The York Minster) in Dean Street, Soho, London, 1976

Susie Clark, paper and photographic conservator, at the BBC Hulton Picture Library in 1987

Dr Pauline Cutting, surgeon, celebrated for her humanitarian work in Beirut, at a charity event in London with Cecil Parkinson MP, 1987

Fred Dibnah, steeplejack, engineer, television personality and eccentric, c1995

Charlie Dimmock, television gardening presenter

The Muslim Imam, Dr Mohamed El Sharkawy seen taking a Justice Awareness Course with prisoners made up from all religious and non-religious groups, at The Mount Prison, Bovingdon, Hertfordshire.

Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II during a visit to Aberfan in 1973

Mary and Hilary Evans in the Mary Evans Picture Library, Blackheath, London, 1973

Derek Freeman, breeding manager for Guide Dogs For the Blind. 1960-1987

Martyn K Ginder, funeral director

Sir Alexander Glen, explorer, intelligence officer, businessman and (when this was taken) Chairman of the British Tourist Authority, 1973

Ellie Harrison, television presenter

Molly Hattersley, educationalist, when she was Head of Creighton School in North London, 1974

John Knowles, founder of Marwell Zoological Park

Mac MacDonald, the last keeper of South Stack Lighthouse before it was automated, Holy Island, Anglesey, 1977

Sir Robert Mark, Metropolitan Police Commissioner 1972-1977, at his home in Surrey, 1978

Lord Montagu of Beaulieu, historic car enthusiast and founder of the National Motor Museum.

Adel Rootstein, revolutionary mannequin designer and manufacturer, 1971 (She died in the early nineties but her company lives on)

Arthur Rowland, bottle collector and dealer

Lord Shackleton, geographer and explorer, President of Royal Geographical Society, at the RGS in 1992

Roger Smith, Director of the Royal Air Force Museum London, 1979

Lord Soper, preacher and orator

Malcolm Taylor, librarian at the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library

Dame Janet Vaughan, physician, haematologist, radiobiogilst, graduate and later Principal of Somerville College, Oxford, at her home in Oxford, 1981

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