Museum of London
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|Material Conditions of Writing||Bernardine Evaristo||
This book resulted from time BE spent as Poet in Residence at the Museum of London , which at the time was working to replace the misconception that Londinium was ethnically homogenous with a more...
She left these papers to her nephew Sidney John Ward (her sister Annie's son), and his daughters donated them to Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives in New York City. Other papers...
|Textual Production||Constance Lytton||
CL 's letters and papers are mostly at institutions in London. Her manuscript account of her prison experiences, with other papers, is in the Museum of London . Her letters to Arthur James Balfour
7 October 1999
Conservationists from the Museum of London opened a Victorian time capsule found in building the new home of the Women's Library in East London.
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