Sunday, 12 May 2019

Sunday Sundries

Miscellaneous items I found of interest during the week.

And in the Sky the Larks: 1930s Colour Footage of the Western Front & Northern France. WWI.



Dressing Up at Ottawa’s Fancy Dress Balls and Skating Carnivals (1876–1896)
Noy everything in the Library and Archives Canada vaults is dry government records. A blog post from LAC photo archivist Emma Hamilton-Hobbs uses William James Topley's photos to illustrate the social side of the Capital's life.

Tracing Your Doggerland Ancestors?

Sniffing glue and Scientology in the DrugScope archive
Wellcome Archivist Anthony Day talks about attracting readers of all kinds to a fascinating collection.

Jesus, Hitler and The Abolition of God
From Gresham College






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