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UA Saarinen captured reporter Matti Jämsä’s stunts on film.
Aukusti Tuhka’s colour photographs take us back to 1950s aviation.
Folk music scholar A.O. Väisänen photographed Border Karelia.
The family Pietinen captured the nation’s age of transition in pictures.
The first Ruisrock festival was held in 1970.
The Public and the hidden Finland is on display at the National Museum.
Wiki Loves Monuments is collecting pictures of our cultural heritage sites.
The propaganda company’s photographer István Rácz documented the Continuation War.
In war-time photos, the women are running the home front.
In 1957, Matti Jämsä tested the asbestos suit belonging to Suomen Mineraali. He remained in the flames for so long that the assistants began to fear for the worse. Photo: UA Saarinen / Press Photo Archive JOKA / Finnish Heritage Agency (JOKAUAS2_3728:9)
A photograph montage of the neon signs of cinemas in Helsinki in September 1934. Photo: Aarne Pietinen Oy / Picture Collections of the Finnish Heritage Agency / Image editing: Keijo Laajisto (HK19670603:13594)