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Explore Your Archive ambassador Miranda Gore Browne discusses the personal meaning behind a Beatrix Potter biscuit tin from the Huntley & Palmers collection at Reading Museum
The sample records contain 212,000 names of injured soldiers
Rosemary Collins talks to Catherine McIntyre of Milton Keynes City Discovery Centre about plans from the 1970s for a City Club... including a 'mad scientist area'
Rosemary Collins talks to Helen Swainger of Kingston History Centre about a poignant record to the men from the borough who died in the First World War
Rosemary Collins talks to Paul Stebbing of Barnsley Archives about a document from the aftermath of the Civil War
Rosemary Collins talks to Molly Fennelly of the Royal College of Nursing Library about a First World War nurse's scrapbook
Plus: Appeal for family stories of those killed in the Somme; Findmypast and BNA to publish Trinity Newspaper Archive; Ancestry adds seamen’s hospital records
Rosemary Collins talks to Kate Maisey of Gloucestershire Archives about a document in their collection which sheds a unique light on the horrors of slavery
The pictures and stories will be displayed online as part of the Shrouds of the Somme project to commemorate the end of the First World War
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