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BALH 19h
Our summer publications of The Local Historian and Local History News are now available to view on our website
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oxonmuseum Aug 10
🎀There's nothing like the smell of ribbon in the morning. it is not, but it's a traditional , so give it a go. 📷Children clutch the maypole's ribbons @ fete, 1923.
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Steve Dyke Aug 10
Never knew this memorial stone existed - just down the river from Rochester at Burham. Commemorates a major battle in the Roman invasion of Britain.
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Sev Gomez-Aspron Aug 4
is about education and realising what we can change. I’m proud of for putting this together on our Heritage Trail Website to educate on how prominent people in the town’s history played key roles in both slavery abolitionism.
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Jeremy Hopkin Aug 10
On this day in 1920, (Aug. 10) it was reported that possibly the first airplane ambulance service had recently been put into action.
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BALH 18h
Would you like to share a ten-minute talk on ? We are welcoming contributions to publish on our website. See details
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Wythenshawe History Aug 10
Lovely image of the old post office on Wythenshawe Road, Northenden, JB Nield postmaster, 1910📮💌
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Mark Bery 19h
11 August 2018 VS Naipaul- Nobel Prizewinner for Literature died- lived in Wyatt Park Road while writing a House for Mr Biswas which won him the prize
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Museum of Richmond 14h
We are so delighted to be open again! Here is our Curator Esme ready to welcome you to our wonderful museum. Please book a ticket online on our website or follow the link for your free timed entry slot:
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Dulwich Local History Aug 10
1917 Charles Gooch Core, Royal Fusiliers, died at Ypres , aged 27. This photo taken with his brother Cecil at the family home, 57 Dulwich Village. Charles is on the right. Cecil, died October 1917.
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Dulwich Local History Aug 8
Vintage image: Goose Green complete with trams and horse trough.
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The Urbana Free Library Aug 10
Ever wondered about the history behind The Urbana-Lincoln Hotel? Wonder no more. Join Brian Adams for a presentation about the hotel’s beginnings, its construction, and renovations. This program will air this Thursday at 3 pm on our Facebook page.
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Victoria County History Aug 10
These look *amazing* - internal publications like these provide insights and details of peoples' working lives, industrial development and decline, buildings, workplace culture and technological change. Great sources for and
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MrSporty Aug 10
All ready to tell Fin about the Childe of Hale and it turns out he knows way more than I do.
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Lyn Aug 10
Got given 2 bricks today from a friend. These were fired at a local brickworks
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Brent MuseumArchives Aug 10
Happy ! We've completed our series of PDFs showing then and now images!! They show how buildings have changed over time. Click here to view:
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Clark County Historical Museum Aug 10
Our research library may be closed but our website includes many digital resources for you to explore from home! Check it out this and find out what you can learn about from your livingroom!
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MK Museum 🎈 Aug 5
Look at our lovely new Victorian schoolroom...just waiting for a class of eager pupils! We are so pleased with our new education hub and can't wait to welcome you inside. Have you done your homework?
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Dulwich Local History 18h
1897 Enid Blyton, children's writer, was born. She sold more than 600 million books and was translated into 90 languages. She was born at 354 Lordship Lane, Dulwich (now a postwar shopping parade).
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Bury Libraries + Archives Aug 3
During lockdown, Wendy was busy working on a number of digitisation projects for . One of these was the Graham Cooper Archive. For more information on this fascinating collection of Kodachrome Slides visit Wendy’s blog post👉.
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