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Historic England Archive: A history of England in 12m photographs and other items, from the 1850s to the present day. Home of , open to the public.
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Replying to @surfblue99
These days it's just me.
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That might explain why I thought when I first saw it.
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St Giles's church Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire. It was while living here, perhaps seeking refuge 'far from the madding crowd' that Thomas Gray wrote 'Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard' published in 1751.
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Which TV series does this photo remind you of? , , or ? From the fascinating Paul Barkshire collection.
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The London Pavilion Theatre on Piccadilly Circus in July 1923. 'Dover Street to Dixie' was a joint production between British artists and the cast of a successful African-American revue from New York called "The Plantation".
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Also have a fabulous portrait of her :
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You can find more about Florence Mills in this interesting blog from
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The London Pavilion Theatre on Piccadilly Circus in July 1923. 'Dover Street to Dixie' was a joint production between British artists and the cast of a successful African-American revue from New York called "The Plantation".
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We're looking for someone to join us in the Archive! It's a 12 month, part-time (4 days) role working in our Support Team. Could this be the role for you?
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Thank you.
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Which TV series does this photo remind you of? , , or ? From the fascinating Paul Barkshire collection.
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Replying to @Wuzmi
(Even-toed ungulate!)
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Westminster Abbey May 22
See if you can spot these two next time you're in our Chapter House: a horse and a donkey.
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Michel Wurtz 24h
There were pigs in my grandfather's farm, but I never saw them playing music and dancing like that... (St Margaret of Antioch, Suffield, )
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Durham Cathedral Library 24h
The foundation legend of tells of mikmaids & the dun cow guiding the St Cuthbert Community to 'Dun Holm' in 995. There's an C18th sculpture of the famous cow on the north wall of the Cathedral.
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HE South East May 22
Old street blighted by blitz features in nostalgic new book featuring images
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A fox preaching to a goose and a cockerel on a misericord in Ripon Minster.
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HE Archive May 22
A fox (not a ) preaching to geese, a man shoeing a goose (an old idiom meaning to attempt a futile task) and a (barn) owl on a misericord in Beverley Minster.
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HE Archive May 22
A misericord from St Laurences Church, Ludlow, Shropshire depicting a man warming himself by the fire and two pig carcasses :(
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