Our collection of historic images taken by Phyllis Nicklin continues today.
The Post has teamed up with Brumpic, the nostalgia website and Twitter account, to showcase a series of photos taken by the former University of Birmingham lecturer during the 1950s and 60s.
David Oram, who founded Brumpic with Melanie Reid, says Ms Nicklin was a bit of an enigma.
"Little is known about Phyllis Nicklin - no images of her appear to exist - and we don't know why she decided to take the photographic images she did, or indeed the equipment she used," he said.
"We do know one thing for certain though, she has bequeathed us with a stunning visual photographic legacy of Birmingham and for that we are exceedingly grateful.
"It's safe to say that, even 45 years after her death, Ms Nicklin has been integral to the success of Brumpic.
"The stunning colour photographs she took of Birmingham during the 1950s and 60s are often the most engaged-with images that we share.
"They are visually stunning and of huge historical importance. Nicklin's work - to this day - stands its ground with that of many of her contemporaries such as Vivian Maier and Fan Ho."
The collection was discovered by David in a filing cabinet and the initial sorting of the archive revealed there were approximately 1,100 slides and more than 600 of these remain unseen by the general public.
Our second gallery of photos is above and click through to see what we published yesterday. Come back tomorrow for our third instalment.
All images © The University of Birmingham
The University of Birmingham owns over 450 photographs of Birmingham taken by Phyllis Nicklin between 1952 - 1969. These may be viewed online at epapers.bham.ac.uk.