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Ian, In Need of a Nap 7 Aug 10
Five years ago I suffered an HDD failure that cost me 3000 pages of written fiction work. Last night I found 1/8th of it.
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Abbie Garrington 24 Jul 17
Further research from Sir Chris Bonington, Nick Estcourt, and Kelvin Kent collections. & a pair of Whillans's boots. @MHT_Info
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Piston,Pen & Press ⛏️⚙️✍️📚 9 Oct 18
Today I'm at the Tameside Archives & have already discovered a Chartist poet previously unknown to me!
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Leila Kassir Jun 5
I'm researching as my Lebanese Dad was a waiter there, including in one of their 'London Steakhouse' outlets. I am thrilled therefore to find these 1960s Steakhouse menus written in Arabic, serving food such as Ful Medames (thanks to the late Peter Bird)
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Kyla Wazana Tompkins 19 Apr 17
If someone told me when applying to grad school that one day I'd thrill to reading C19 essays abt fermentation & rot? Disbelief.
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Elizabeth Darling 28 Jun 15
Enough gallivanting. Down to work in the State library of New South Wales.
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Jasmine Soliman 6 Jun 18
My afternoon improved drastically after opening layers of bubble wrap and tissue paper to lay eyes on this beauty.
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Dr Jo Hawkins 20 Feb 12
A must read! List written by 29 yr old Charles Darwin outlining pros & cons of marriage. via
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Dr. Sophie Coulombeau 7 Jul 14
BEAUTIFUL LETTER THAT IS EVERYTHING I'M LOOKING FOR, YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL.
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UoD Archives & RM 14 Feb 14
Freshers discovering for the first time preparing Age of Revolution exercise
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anna j. clutterbuck-cook 🏳️‍🌈 27 Jan 14
RT : Folder title of the day: "Peculiar spells of."
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Dr Freya Gowrley 29 Jul 14
Back at my hotel room now after a successful day researching and a lovely coffee break with Dr. Kate Rumbold.
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Janice Tullock 4 Aug 14
Replying to @wonitfrombrock
“@mikejgirling: Just found out chap who lived in my house was Captain in Lancs Hussars, died in WW1, 1918 aged 25 & got an MC.”
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Liette Gidlow Jan 3
! Today , tomorrow . TY, Ralph Bunche, for taking great notes. TY Schomburg admins, staff, donors for taking care of them.
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Alicia Peaker 9 Jun 14
...and later (mis)attributed to established poet opening up original author (a girl of 13) to claims of plagiarism.
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UoD Archives & RM 28 Feb 14
New display for you to come and see
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Kimberley Harsley 7 Dec 17
Being surrounded by boxes and mounds of paper genuinely brings me joy
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Dr. Sophie Coulombeau 16 Jun 14
YAY, diving head first into the letters of Matthew Montagu, adopted nephew of Elizabeth & name-changer extraordinaire!
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Nicholas Morris 24 Mar 12
another copy of which has recently surfaced in the Queen Elizabeth II library in Newfoundland
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Wgtn City Libraries 23 Apr 17
A unique copy of the American Declaration of Independence has been found; in a Sussex record office!
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