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Research resources for the First World War era

Special Collections and Archives has launched its new Resource Guide for the First World War era.

While the library’s circulating book collections relating to the First World War cover about 10 shelves, in Special Collections and Archives we have another 10 shelf metres of contemporaneous reference sources: printed, ephemeral, and archival material produced in the period 1914-1920. 247 more words


weekly roundup 20 // 2015.

weekend outlook:

hopefully a lot of sleep. belated birthday brunch on sunday. and celebrating evika’s 2nd birthday.

my favourite photo from the week:

interesting things from around the interwebs: 552 more words

Weekly Roundup

RIFT News Tidbits 2nd July 2015

RIFT news tidbits for 2nd July 2015.


  • PTS Update for 1st July 2015. PTS was updated yesterday with a large 1.9GB patch. Includes Nightmare Saga quests, Planetouched Wilds quests, chronicle randoms, Tarken Glacier IAs and a ton of other stuff.
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British Museum Central Archives and Royal Geographic Society

This morning at the British Museum the archivist, Francesa Hillier, took us on a tour of the Central Archives. She is the only qualified archivist employed at the British Museum and she led us to the archives below the main floor of the museum. 408 more words

Study Abroad

Napa Porchfest: Coming to a Neighborhood Near You

By Evy Warshawski

Photo Credit: Aileen Savage


n Sunday, July 26, from 12noon-6pm, hundreds of local musicians from throughout Napa County will play their hearts out in and around downtown Napa. 586 more words