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The papers of Agnes Hannah Tennant, nee Gairdner, 1864-1947, diarist: a blogpost by Alexandra Healey

There are few things more exciting than reading someone else’s diaries. It always feels a little clandestine – like you’ve snuck into someone’s room and are snooping through their desk. 807 more words

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Glasgow World War One Commemoration: a blogpost by Demi Boyd

On the evening of November 11th 2014 Glasgow’s experience of World War One was commemorated with a light show projected on to Glasgow City Chambers. The display, which lasted 27 minutes and was played on a loop at intervals from 7pm until midnight, featured audio, film, and still images and was aptly titled ‘Glasgow’s War.’ 313 more words

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El flujo mágico de Feng Shui

En una isla tan hermosa y fascinante como lo es Puerto Rico; ¿te imaginas la magia increíble que podría fluir en tu vida si supieras como aplicar el arte de feng shui? 921 more words

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Exploring the University's Historical International Connections by Susan Yule

My name is Susan Yule and I have just completed a work experience placement with the University of Glasgow Archive Services, through the University’s Club 21 internship scheme. 472 more words

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“Lonely Lost People Living in the Wasteland”: Exploring the archive of Thomas Ferguson Rodger

A blogpost by Phd student Sarah Phelan

Thomas Ferguson Rodger (1907-1978) was first Professor of Psychological Medicine at the University of Glasgow (1948-1973) and consultant psychiatrist at a number of Glasgow hospitals. 712 more words

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25 Years of Business Collections in Thurso Street

25 years ago in 1989, the collections of business records (that today form the Scottish Business Archive) held by the University were moved down to the University of Glasgow Archive Services here at Thurso Street. 1,022 more words

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Club 21: New Lanark Visitor Book transcription - by Michael Black

During this summer I had the chance to join the team at Archive Services to complete a Club 21 project. Following the recent conservation and digitisation of two Visitor Books from the New Lanark Mills collection, I worked on transcribing some of the original, handwritten entries in order to make them more legible for users. 333 more words

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