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Exhibition: the University Chapel as a war memorial - by Rebecca Roper

Over the past few months, I have been working with Archive Services for a Club 21 internship researching, curating, and installing an exhibition on the… 643 more words

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The real life story behind The Slab Boys through the A. F. Stoddard Carpet factory Archive

This was originally posted on the Citizen’s Theatre blog during The Slab Boys run in Glasgow. While the run is finished in Glasgow, you can now catch the play in the King’s Theatre, Edinburgh from 10th-14th March! 1,081 more words

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Through conservation keyhole: Letter from James Carlin Outlining Issues on Ship Procurement

Published on behalf of Colin Vernall.

151 years ago, on the 10th February 1864 Captain James Carlin (UGD 3/34/14) concerning the building of three ships for blockade running purposes to William Bee & Co, South Carolina, 1864. 1,063 more words

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Through conservation keyhole: The William Simons Ship Plans Preservation Project

Last week we have heard from Colin about his project experiences and now it’s time to share some conservation experience. It will be a difficult challenge to describe our project and about 125 conservation treatment hours in just one blog post, but let’s try! 948 more words

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“What I Wish I Knew Before I Started”…some thoughts from the Digital Preservation Coalition event at The British Library

Since starting my Traineeship in Digital Preservation at the University of Glasgow Archive Services, I’ve been fortunate enough to attend two events organised by the… 651 more words

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Advice Pousada das guas Claras

Harris was trained by Joe Savoldi after meeting him at matches at the Naval Armory. Originally, Harris was to be known as “Boo-Boo Brazil”, but a Promoter (entertainment) misprinted his first name as “Bobo” in an advertisement and it stuck. 188 more words

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In Hotel Paraso das guas

Brazil was inhabited by numerous tribal nations prior to the landing of explorer Pedro Álvares Cabral in 1500, who claimed the area for Portugal. Brazil remained a Portuguese colony until 1808, when the capital of the Portuguese Empire was Transfer of the Portuguese Court to Brazil after French forces invaded Portugal. 311 more words

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