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That tower!

It wouldn’t be a trip to Paris without visiting the Eiffel Tower, so I walked there after class on Monday. It’s so pretty.

Will get you a picture of the full sized Statue of Liberty next weekend. 64 more words

Parisienne Peregrinations

Diana Dead (News of the World 6am Shock Issue)

Sunday 31st August 1997, Diana Princess of Wales died from injuries which she sustain in a car crash. Dodi Fayed and Henri Paul were pronounced dead at the scene in the Pont de l’Alma road tunnel in Paris, France. 378 more words

Diana the Exhibition

Diana, Princess of Wales died tragically in Paris on 31 August, 1997, but she still remains an icon.

Darryn Lyons was a paparazzi photographer living in London. 165 more words

Melbourne

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Diana Spencer

Diana, princess of Wales was the first spouse of the British prince Charles and the mother of the princes William en Harry. Born: July 1, 1961, Sandringham, UK.  17 more words

Documentation

Princess Di’s Dresses in the Archives?

At Cranbrook Archives, much of the work we do—processing manuscripts, arranging documents, scanning photographs—all have a rather similar procedure: repeat.

There is plenty of magnificence to be found in the mundane though. 300 more words

Archives

Courts and Legal System- Reflection

The Cats lecture about reporting on court cases of all kinds in courts such as Crown, Magistrates and Coroner’s Court began with talking about showing emotion like Graham Satchell showed on BBC Breakfast when reporting from Paris yesterday. 430 more words

CATS (John)