Articles in Kamera magazine 2020
In 2015, the Picture Collections of the Finnish Heritage Agency received a donation from the Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Mission.
Anja Halla’s street photos document 20 years of life in Heinola’s wooden house district.
Suomen Kuvalehti invited its readers to submit their photos as early as 1917.
Kalevi Keihänen offered a photo journalist a trip to Australia.
Eero Sauri, a young reporter, became familiar with the life and people of the Torne Valley in the 1950s.
UA Saarinen leads the viewers to mysteries.
Count Louis Sparre took photos in Kainuu and Russian Karelia over 120 years ago.
The photos of photo journalist UA Saarinen promote recycling.
Museums document the events and phenomena of today.
A wife herding cows at Kajaani Town Hall Square in 1894. Photo digitised from a glass plate negative. Photo: Louis Sparre / Kaleva / Press Photo Archive JOKA / Finnish Heritage Agency (JOKAKAL3B2643B:18)
Children playing at a scrap metal vendor’s location in Helsinki in 1958. UA Saarinen documents recycling with nearly cinematographic photos. An awareness-raising campaign may be in progress. Photo: UA Saarinen / Press Photo Archive JOKA / Finnish Heritage (JOKAUAS2_4675:8)