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BOX 39

 H16397a – "Lowdell & Cooper Ltd. Interior shop" – 1935

39 - © Edward Reeves Photography
39 - © Edward Reeves Photography

Distemper is a form of whitewash made from chalk or lime mixed with glue. Soft and chalky to the touch, it was preferred historically because it would dry and fill small cracks in the walls. Still available today, modern distemper is considered to be an environmentally friendly, breathable paint.

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