Sakari Pälsi photographed Finns in Canada in the 1920s.
The intensely atmospheric photographs taken by Ahti Rytkönen supplemented the gathering of vocabulary.
Erkki Voutilainen photographed the rural change.
Photographer Jarmo Kontiainen participated in a staged trial in Sodankylä.
Atelier Daniel Nyblin had no shortage of customers.
Post-war Finland through the eyes of Matti Poutvaara.
News photographs followed the construction of the Helsinki Metro from the 1960s to the 1980s.
Back in the day, a printing plate was first prepared of each press photograph for the printing process.
Samuli Paulaharju photographed the everyday life of peasants at the beginning of the 20th century.
At a lumbermen’s cabin near Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada, 1927. Photo: Sakari Pälsi / Picture Collections of the National Board of Antiquities (VKK158:38)
The Misses Lilli Törnudd and Vivia Törnudd. Lilli Törnudd worked as a teacher in art and crafts and was one of the educational reformers of the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. Post-processed digital archive image. Photo: Daniel Nyblin / Picture Collections of the National Board of Antiquities (HK19321130:549-1878)