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Bobbie Carnegie commented on Michael Pritchard's blog post Obituary: William 'Bill' Barnes (1920-2019)
"Do we know if the brother's museum was 'broken up'? What aspect of the collection was 'stolen away' to Turin? Thanks"
Dec 2, 2019
Bobbie Carnegie commented on Michael Pritchard's blog post John Thomson's grave restored
"This post reminds me of 'rich pickings to be delved out of cemeteries'. The Friends of Brockley & Ladywell Cemeteries (FOBLC), of which I’m a founder member, has a historian in the group regularly researching interred notables…"
Jul 15, 2019
Bobbie Carnegie commented on Michael Pritchard's blog post John Thomson's grave restored
"This post brings to mind 'rich pickings to be delved into and out of cemeteries'. I'm a founder member of Friends of Brockley & Ladywell Cemeteries (FOBLC) A historian of our group is continually…"
Jul 15, 2019

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Barnardo's magic lantern slides for sale on eBay?

A few days ago a batch of Barnardo's magic lantern slides were listed for sale on Ebay. I shared this sad fact on another conversational site. So much archive potential turns up on Ebay as to make one weep. Sellers with a bit of archival sensitivity could well inquire to borough and other archives and offer their sellable treasures in the first instance 'to the nation' either…


Posted on January 29, 2018 at 17:30 — 2 Comments

A 100 year old RP postcard picture dissolved before my eyes?

I thought that immersing a 100 year old+ RP (real photo) postcard in water would assist me to soak off marring patches stuck to the postcard that obscured a particular collectable photo postcard's right side edge. Once satisfactorily soaked 'marring bits' stuck to the photo could be picked off - thus, enabling restoration of my old RP postcard of the famous early 1900s…


Posted on February 21, 2017 at 20:00 — 1 Comment

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At 5:36 on July 29, 2013, Michael Pritchard said…

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