|Language||Polish / English|
|Year of Publication||2013|
|Published by:||Archeology of Photography Foundation|
Forgotten portraits of Dołęga, the village in Lesser Poland, from the beginning of the 20th Century, from the archive of Jadwiga Wolska.
Wolska, an amateur photographer, was taking fascinating portraits of the visitors in the manor-house of Dołęga and inhabitants of the surrounding areas. She was documenting the most important moments of their lives. The pictures, taken by Wolska with tenderness, are often the only record of the histories of the people photographed, the only trace of their presence.
The publication is co-financed by the Lesser Poland Voivodeship.