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Grace Rawlings Visual Archive

Set up in 1990, the Grace Rawlings Visual Archive collects, preserves and makes accessible visual images of individuals, groups and events pertaining to British psychology and psychologists. The collection is named the Grace Rawlings Visual Archive in memory of a bequest from former President of the BPS Grace Rawlings.

The archive contains material in different formats including: photographic prints, slides, VHS tapes and DVDs. It is housed in the History of Psychology Centre at the Society’s London office.

Images held in the visual archive may be viewed for private research and study purposes, but please note that current copyright law may prevent us from making copies of some images in the archive even for bona fide researchers." See also HoPC Services.

Search for images online in our archive catalogue.

Contact us with enquiries about reproduction and for further information on the collection.

Mystery photographs - Help us identify people in our photo archive.

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