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Peter Mugridge Dec 2
47 341 at at 10.54 on 30th June 1990.
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Peter Mugridge Dec 2
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The Keep Dec 3
Our tree, complete with inspired decorations is up! Thank you Drew and Philippa for making us feel on reopening day!
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SSSA Dec 1
It's the first of December so we get to open our and share our collections with you throughout the month! Today's theme is . Hear how it was believed that fairies would rescue people from water and snow in SA1953.274
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Carbon Brief Dec 2
Mapped: How every part of the world has warmed – and could continue to warm |
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GalleryOldham Dec 3
We're off to the Circus for Day 3 of our . Charles Elphinstone and his circus toured the Northwest with his circus in the 1890s.
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Cohesity Nov 27
Q: Is the new tape? A: Yes, but it's also much more. Discover why:
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Garden Exposures Photography © Andrea Jones Nov 29
A dash of cheer! Solanum capsicastrum (winter cherry) have such vibrant fruits at this time of year to help lift the spirits. Another stock image from our by
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Peter Mugridge Dec 2
3469 at Waterloo at 14.32 on 29th June 1990.
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Peter Mugridge Dec 2
37 893 at at 10.46 on 30th June 1990. Looks like the annoying habit of leaving out the space between the class and the serial number started longer ago than we might think!
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Carbon Brief Nov 28
Explainer: Nine ‘tipping points’ that could be triggered by climate change |
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Tasha Swainston Nov 25
Next up for is ! I had a search in the collection and came across this example of an 'Opened by Censor' label stuck to a letter sent during the First World War
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Tasha Swainston Nov 28
For the penultimate theme it is . In collection, I came across this booklet of knitting patterns called 'How to Knit and Crochet Articles Necessary to the Health and Comfort of our Soldiers and Sailors'
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St Paul’s School Library and Archives Dec 2
Indra Lal Roy was born in 1898. He came to in 1911 and stayed until 1917.
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Tasha Swainston Nov 29
The last theme for week is . I decided to chose this image of Florence Nightingale, often referred to as 'The Lady with the Lamp', from collection
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Breda McCague Dec 2
Replying to @chrisandrews64
That scoreboard reminds me of the scandal. What kind of humans have we in power!
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Sinéad Brennan (Mitchell) Dec 1
Wolfe Tone Annual 1936, one of dozens at . Cover would make a great poster!
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Peter Mugridge 15h
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Colin Alexander Dec 2
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Carbon Brief Nov 29
Q&A: Why cement emissions matter for climate change |
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