to their disposable nature and in many cases considerable age, extensive
digital repair-work needed to be carried out on most of the images
before they could be considered for the book. Burns, tears, holes,
creases and the general effects of aging all required many hours
of painstaking photo retouching and recolouring.
These are just a few examples of the kind of damage encountered
in the course of assembling the image collection. Sadly, some items
proved too far gone and could not be repaired in time for publication.
Hopefully some of these other images will be made available either
here, or in future printed works.