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I googled Miss Benjamin's book and appreciated her efforts in documenting the first book on the history of The Black Press in Britain. I would like to add a comment in relation to page 43. My late father, Lloyd Enright Campbell, opened the travel agency in Vining Street, Brixton called L.E. Campbell and Sons. He also opened an agency in north London in Harlsden. The company secerety was my late mother Adelaide Albertha Campbell. They also ran a photography studio and for residents during the 60's it was the place to have your photo professionally taken. I knew Uncle Theo well and he encouraged me to join the RAF, as he had served in the air force, but I ultimately did not do so. He retired to Holmewood Gardens, in Brixton, but is sadly no longer with us. Gary Campbell.
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