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The Scotichronicon and the Goblin Ha’ – witchcraft and hobgoblins in our manuscripts! TAGS: In popular culture, archives sometimes have a cryptic reputation: if some filmmakers were to be believed, in the middle of dust and darkness would rest ancient manuscripts and parchments containing …Continue reading →

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Cataloguing the correspondence of Thomas Nelson & Sons (cont.) Cataloguing the correspondence of Thomas Nelson & Sons (cont.) Our intern Isabella has now finished her 10-week placement at the CRC, during which she was box-listing part of the records …Continue reading →

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Cataloguing the correspondence of Thomas Nelson & Sons TAGS: | Cataloguing the correspondence of Thomas Nelson & Sons Last January, our intern Isabella started a 10-week placement at the CRC, as part of her MSc in Book History and Material …Continue reading →

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Re-discovering a forgotten songwriter: the archive of Louisa Matilda Crawford TAGS: Re-discovering a forgotten songwriter: the archive of Louisa Matilda Crawford. Daisy Stafford, CRC intern who catalogued the papers of Louisa Matilda Crawford, talks about her experience. This summer I was …Continue reading →

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D-Day anniversary: Norman memories in the archives TAGS: | | | A more personal take on our archives… As any archivist knows, you can sometimes stumble upon archives with an unexpected and personal connection: this was the case for me when …Continue reading →

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An insight into Joseph Joachim’s life and work – Sarah and Devon’s experiences as CRC interns TAGS: | | | | Earlier this year, our two interns Sarah and Devon spent a few months re-housing and listing the papers of the Hungarian violinist Joseph Joachim (1831-1907), recently donated to the CRC. …Continue reading →

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