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“Our Letters Keep Us Very Busy.” 19th-Century Family Newspapers and How to Make Your Own

“Our Letters Keep Us Very Busy.” 19th-Century Family Newspapers and How to Make Your Own

The mainstream news circles endlessly around the covid-19 pandemic. Our own movements, interactions, and activities are severely limited. Sometimes the days just seem to roll into one. So how can we find ways to delineate the hours and keep track of them? Is there a way to share our news with friends and family beyond … Continue reading “Our Letters Keep Us Very Busy.” 19th-Century Family Newspapers and How to Make Your Own

York Panorama: A Few of my Favourite Panels!

Those of you who follow us on Twitter and Facebook will know that we've been counting down the days to Christmas with an archive advent of different panels from our new public art installation. But if you don't follow us on social media then fear not! I'm going to highlight a few of my favourite … Continue reading York Panorama: A Few of my Favourite Panels!

Update: Explore’s Art Project!

Back in August, Sarah published a blog post telling you all about our exciting art installation that will soon be in place on the archives landing here at Explore. We thought it was about time we posted an update on this project that's got all of us here at Explore on the edges of our … Continue reading Update: Explore’s Art Project!

Finding inspiration in the archives…

A nice part of my job is when I feel inspired by an archive collection that I am working on. This happened most recently when I was cataloguing the Ebor Cycling Club collection (ECC), and what a gem their archive collection turned out to be! I have enjoyed cycling ever since I was a child- … Continue reading Finding inspiration in the archives…