Leiston in the 1960s: Images from an American's perspective

A customer drinking at The Engineers Arms in Leiston in 1966 Image copyright Libby Hall
Image caption The photographs were taken by American-born Libby Hall in the 1960s when she worked at Summerhill School as she attempted to capture small-town life

A set of photographs taken 50 years ago will make their way home as a Suffolk museum takes a trip down memory lane.

The images were captured in Leiston by American-born Libby Hall.

They are going on display at the Long Shop Museum until 11 September as part of an exhibition hosted by PhotoEast.

The company's director, Jo Bexley, said: "We are thrilled to bring them back to Leiston. The people there will be able to see those photos and reflect on life there."

Image copyright Libby Hall
Image caption The "beautiful" collection features images of workers drinking at the Engineers Arms in Leiston which is still at the heart of its community today
Image copyright Libby Hall
Image caption Photographer Libby Hall will be at the exhibition herself
Image copyright Libby Hall
Image caption The Engineers Pub is opposite the Long Shop Museum where the exhibition is being held

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