The National Library of Wales houses over 950,000 photographs connected to Wales. These range from works by pioneering photographers from the earliest days of photography to portfolios by contemporary practitioners of the art.
22 postcards by the photographer W. Benton, recording the explosion at the Universal pit, Senghennydd on Tuesday, 14 October 1913 when 439 men and boys were killed.
The land and people of Wales through the lens of John Thomas (1838-1905), Liverpool.
The immense archive of the photojournalist Geoff Charles (1909-2002).
View digital versions of some of the Library's photographic collection.