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collection of newspaper cuttings relating to London, 1888-1924

collection of newspaper cuttings relating to London, 1888-1924

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Written in English


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StatementCompiled by W.E. Havart).
The Physical Object
Pagination(74) p. ;
Number of Pages74
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21157495M

Newspaper cuttings relating chiefly relating to Wilkins, including: Genetic bomb fears grow, Evening Standard, 24 Nov ; From molecules to man, interview with Wilkins, New Scientist, 9 Aug , with additional photocopies; Third man of peace,' The Times, ; Interview with Maurice and Emily Wilkins (daughter) in Relative Values, The Sunday Times Magazine, . There are a few other debts to acknowledge; the Classics Faculty Library in Cambridge kindly allowed me to continue borrowing even though I was based in London, Paul Taylor of the Photographic Collection at the Warburg Institute was extremely helpful with finding illustrations; I am grateful to Paul Cartledge for starting my collection of.

The material held in this collection are minute books and miscellaneous correspondence relating to the London Clarion Fellowship and National Clarion Fellowship. Clay, H. () boxes. Clay was an Economist, academic and . Newspapers from August 15 containing reports of the surrender are valued collectibles in the newspaper world. Finding that special WWII newspaper for your own collection, or to give as a gift, is a rewarding experience. You are sure to find what you are looking foron our website or the Rare Newspapers' eBay store.

If you want to search the London Gazette it’s always best to look on The Gazette website first, but The National Archives also holds an archived copy () in ZJ 1. Transport-related newspapers. The National Archives also has a large number of transport-related newspapers, magazines and journals.   This poster one of the items in the archive of the aerialist and variety performer Pansy Chinnery (). She carefully collected a wide range of items relating to her career including posters, playbills, newspaper cuttings, hooks and pulleys, printing blocks and costume.


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Related Entities\/h3>\n. Our objects form part of the huge collection of John Edmund Gardner (), a lamp and chandelier maker who had a passion for the history of London and, over a period of 50 years, amassed aro prints, drawings and watercolours, plans and surveys, photographs, newspaper cuttings, trade cards and other ephemera relating to the city.

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The press cuttings and advertisements series contains scrap books created from newspaper clippings, catalogues and leaflets, all relating to the company. Please note the collection is stored off site, so please contact us at least five working days in advance of your visit. 4 million newspaper cuttings; Related pages.

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