He was then an editor for Picture Post and running the picture-agency Report.
By the early 1940s, he was a caption writer for the Picture Post.
Picture Post thought the young refugees would be a credit to Britain:
When Picture Post closed in 1957, he went to work in television.
Barton picked up the Picture Post and tried to straighten the torn page.
Barton bent down and picked up the torn piece of Picture Post.
Chambers sat down in a long arm-chair before the fire with a copy of Picture Post.
The final section includes a series of vintage copies of "Picture Post."
Timothy Raison had been on the staff of Picture Post.
He then became feature writer and foreign correspondent for Picture Post (1952-54).