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monaghan county arts 6h
from my the passing of who left us on this day back in 1967. remembers me, words spoken do not
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Stef Dickers Nov 25
ARCHIVES & CUPBOARD CLEARANCE SPECIALISTS!! To anyone having (or thinking of having) a spring clean or recycling moment of all those old mags, books, papers or documents!! If they’re London, political or LGBTQ+ related, drop us a line in first! 😊👍
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Stef Dickers Nov 27
You wonderful amazing researchers!! We can’t wait to welcome you back in from Thursday 3rd December! Drop us a line at: library@bishopsgate.org.uk to book an appointment 🖤🖤
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Middle Temple 5h
Photograph of the Inn’s old Library, opened in 1861 and destroyed during the . Tennis Courts are visible in Middle Temple Garden to the left of the building.
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Wandsworth Heritage Service Nov 28
Looking at albums from K.L.G. spark plugs for an enquirer oversees, and rather enjoying my trip to the roaring twenties in the process. I am henceforth changing my job title from archivist to Time Traveller in Chief...
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Dundee City Archives Nov 29
And finally, we love this picture of the lights at the Caird Hall. We hope you have enjoyed our posts over the last week. It's St Andrews day tomorrow and then we are are on to the . Lots of fun to end 2020!
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Body Language Nov 28
Margaret Morris founder of a system of physical movement, advocate of the profound effects of movement on health, deeply inspired by Art. Accomplished artist. Pics courtesy (Ref: 2010.718.4.8.2.2)
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ARA Section for Archives & Museums 22m
💥 COVID-19 SURVEY 📢💻 Please take a few minutes to complete the below follow-up survey to show how the pandemic has, and continues to, impact the sector and all those professionals who work in it!
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Body Language Nov 26
dance- pioneer, qualified physio (1930) Margaret Morris developed Margaret Morris Movement Method - correct breathing/posture were critical to stamina/range of movement/health/vitality. pics courtesy 🙏 (Ref: 2010.718.4.8.2)
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Tyne & Wear Archives Nov 27
Friday's entry is this wonderful 1940s window display at Isaac Walton's shop, 105-115 Grainger Street, 7 October 1947.
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National Archives, Ireland Nov 25
Today's topic is and here in the NAI, we love labels in , especially these ones written by staff in 1922-23, which were later used to identify the contents of the record parcels .
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Nik McGrath 18h
Feels good to be back! It’s been a long 8 months Wearing my dinosaur mask felt appropriate, made by the talented 🦕🦖
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Helen Palmer Nov 26
My Hillside WFH Office is known as The Nest, because just outside is a holly bush full of and I feel as though I'm almost in it. Here are some of today's work colleagues.
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Sravani Nov 21
Some of my 😍 Missing my , , My , my , my everything😒 Want those days back❤️
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Lina Benabdallah 白 琳 哪 Nov 28
Saturday from the presents 1964 stamps 庆祝 非洲自由日。(Celebrating African Freedom Day) solidarity
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Julie Crowley Nov 28
I won a copy of Emma Dabiri's book from the Archives and Records Association Ireland online event.
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Herts Archives 43m
We are used to having music with us as we travel, on our phones or ipods, but this advert from 1928 shows portable music of days gone by - a suitacase which held a gramophone within it! It would have been the height of technology at the time
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Tyne & Wear Archives Nov 28
Bit of a different take on this week, with this gorgeous interior pic of the auditorium at the Paramount Theatre, Pilgrim Street, , September 1931.
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Dundee City Archives Nov 29
This photograph was taken by the City Engineer's Department and shows a traffic beacon which was used to control traffic at the Kings Cross Road junction on the Kingsway. Dundee was the first city in Scotland to have three beacons.
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Alex Hornby 23h
LBA Airlink... From the days before
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