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The Narvesen kiosk at St. Hanshaugen was a Tyrihans kiosk. 1939, unknown photographer. PA-1522 Narvesen. Gamle kiosker fra hele Norge, Ud_ 139

The Narvesen kiosk at St. Hanshaugen was a Tyrihans kiosk. 1939, unknown photographer. PA-1522 Narvesen. Gamle kiosker fra hele Norge, Ud_ 139


The kiosks became a window to the world where people could be updated on what went on both abroad and in Norway. Bertrand Narvesen thought that the kiosk was a fantastic means of communication because it met a common need: people's demand for the newspaper. Before radio, the kiosk was the only news provider. The Narvesen kiosks' look and range have changed in time, but they are still a part of our collective memory that everybody in Norway in some way have a relation to.

Kiosk lady from Drammen, unknown photographer. PA-1522 Narvesen . Gamle kiosker fra hele Norge, Ud_134

Kiosk lady from Drammen, unknown photographer. PA-1522 Narvesen . Gamle kiosker fra hele Norge, Ud_134



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