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Articles in Kamera magazine 2021

A fire in Helsinki 1964. Photo: H. A. Turja, Historical Picture Collection, Finnish Heritage Agency

Kamera 1/2021

Hi-res photos of Finnish Heritage Agency made freely available

Free use of picture collections protects cultural heritage.

Tero Niva (Vanhala; on the left) and Pirkka-Pekka Petelius (Hietanen) filming the film The Unknown Soldier by Rauni Mollberg in Niinisalo on 6 June 1984 (cropped image). Photo: Kari Pekonen / Uusi Suomi – Iltalehti / Press Photo Archive JOKA

Kamera 2/2021

Young heroes

Black-and-white photos by Kari Pekonen documented Rauni Mollberg’s colour film adaptation of The Unknown Soldier.

Prince Abdullah of Jordan (on the left) and Prince Albert of Monaco received Peltonen skis and birch-bark horns as gifts on their visit to Vuorenkylä on 26 August 1988 (cropped image). Photo: Anja Halla / Itä-Häme / Press Photo Archive JOKA

Kamera 3/2021

Princes in the Kingdom of Hartola in 1988

Press photographer Anja Halla captured the moments.

The gate of Jussila farm in Hykkilä, Tammela, at the turn of the 1920s and 1930s (cropped image). Photo: Esko Aaltonen, Ethnographic Picture Collection, Finnish Heritage Agency

Kamera 4/2021

Local photos

Esko Aaltonen documented the villages and residents of the Suur-Tammela area.

Downstream of the River Lozva, on the way back from the Perm region (cropped image). Photo: Artturi Kannisto 1903 / Picture Collections of the Finnish Heritage Agency

Kamera 5/2021

In the lands of the Mansi

Linguist Artturi Kannisto in Siberia in 1901–1906.

A jump off a springboard (cropped image). Photo: Kaleva / Press Photo Archive JOKA / Finnish Heritage Agency

Kamera 6/2021

Two happy fairytale princes

Journalists visited the summer camp of female gymnasts in July 1933.

A lazy kate used in Bergö. National Museum of Finland, Ethnographic Collections, K4331:362. Photo: Matti Kilponen, Finnish Heritage Agency 2021

Kamera 7/2021

Lazy kates from around Finland

The photos of historical items of the Finnish Heritage Agency showcase Finnish folk traditions.

Studio Helander: Dance artist Martta Bröyer in Helsinki in 1933 (cropped image). Photo: Otava / Press Photo Archive JOKA / Finnish Heritage Agency

Kamera 8/2021

A total work of art

Artists’ portraits from the press photo collection of the Otava publishing company.

Conductor Georg Schnéevoigt and his cat in the 1930s (cropped image). Photo: Picture Collections of the Finnish Heritage Agency

Kamera 9/2021

Cats as family members

A cat’s life from rural cabins to the bourgeois homes.