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Great stuff! Carry on the good work. How about starting on pre-1920 student records, especially the matriculation albums? And Henderson’s Donations Ledger?
(‘Carthago delenda est’)
Thanks Peter! I think the Donations book has been done, see http://images.is.ed.ac.uk/luna/servlet/s/w3455m is this the one you mean? I’ll pass on your suggestion about the student records.