Alex. R. Hogg

Alex. R. Hogg

Alex Hogg was a professional photographer in Belfast until his death in 1939. Hogg established a body of work which represents a unique record of many working class areas in the city, including the years before World War I when social services were provided officially for the first time – in 1911 Belfast Corporation embarked on a major redevelopment programme to improve the city’s housing. Some of his work is in the Ulster Museum.  Click here to find out more about this important collection.

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  2. Bill Corr says:

    Very interesting subject matter and the story behind the discovery of the slides.

  3. castleto says:

    Thanks for the comment. I’m very excited to be working on the project! I’ll be posting more up soon.

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