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Rob Anderson in HSR 2h
Stumbled across this yesterday evening - essential, fascinating, amusing . The really was and is the most inspirational force for and . Great soundtrack too! Thanks and
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DaveShootsBookseller 20h
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Gordon K Tozer 19h
- A great man and innovator. A modernist of his time. Mr Samuel Hitch of the Wotton Asylum, Gloucester.
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Adrian Sung 9h
Replying to @ADRIANSYSNET
Morony, Michael. "The ". Journal of the and of the Orient 62.1: 166-221. … Web.
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Megan Kilvington Apr 23
A box of joy. 19th century infant shoes.
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book_souk 4h
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Pamela Cox Apr 24
For decades thousands of Irish mothers were confined in homes and had their babies taken from them. Will the full truth ever be revealed?
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Esther Robinson Wild Apr 24
Replying to @ERobinsonWild
Great example of interaction of & - children would walk around the grnd with a sheet & ppl would throw coins onto it. Some would miss and these were excavated. Interviewed ppl who remembered doing this.
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Kim Woods Vintage Apr 25
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yourdailyenergy Apr 21
Show m the boy when he is 8 - you will see the man - 1940s
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Giulia Nicolini Apr 24
A question for of : what books would you recommend on post-independence Ireland? Especially on topics of church-state relations and socio-economic change
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New Books Network 📚 16h
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assuntanicolini 20h
A conversation on curatorial practices in migration contexts and social issues in general -
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punctum🍸books Apr 19
COMING this SUMMER: the MEDIEVAL DISABILITY SOURCEBOOK, edited by : Go HERE for detailed Table of Contents:
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Family Roots Revealed Apr 21
When he wrote his will in 1724 Clement Hobson of Eltham left his grandson lands in 3 counties and One thousand pounds. To the poor of Eltham he left five pounds.
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SimonTierney Apr 22
These were Louis XIV's shoes [1701]. With a 10cm heel and a red bow, they were considered the height of masculinity in the 18th century. Stuff that Changed the World, today @ 3.05pm w/ myself & on
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Panacea Museum Apr 19
Open Good Friday 11.00-16.00, come and see us!
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Peterborough Museum Apr 17
Anyone feeling chesty this morning? This Victorian ceramic inhaler was used to relieve chest symptoms. Nelson's Inhalers fell out of use around the mid 20th Century
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Broadmeadow Creative Apr 23
Ramblings of an old Tamworthian: : Bitterscote Books, Jeannie Gibson: 9781093285994: Books
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Rachel Davies Apr 21
Only a short way into this, just starting 1961, but I love it already. If you’re interested in the topic, I highly recommend it. Also a cup of tea, because it’s never too hot for tea.
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