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The Iron Room, Birmingham Libraries. Recent Articles

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Master Barmmie
The Iron Room, Birmingham Libraries. Recent titles for 2019.

“In the last 12 months, we have continued to add a range of recently published titles to the Birmingham Collection, the Black History Collection and Serials. All these titles are available to view in the Heritage Research Area. We hope you enjoy the selection!”

 

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Master Barmmie
The email from Birmingham Libraries Iron Room features an article, plus links to other collections, connected to Black History in Birmingham.
AMERICAN SLAVERY TO ENGLISH MINISTRY: THE REVD. PETER THOMAS STANFORD (1860-1909)

 

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Master Barmmie
Short article on Wakelin’s Street Guides, remember them ?

 

PA739

proper brummie kid
Historic Birmingham patents...
A book was published some years ago illustrating and explaining all the patents taken out by Morris Commercial Cars Ltd.,
and I believe is still available from the publisher Lulu.com
I think this may be the only book ever published to deal exclusively with a company's patents.
PA739
 

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Master Barmmie
The lastest article from the Birmingham Libraries Iron Room, following the trail of the Slave Trade
 

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Master Barmmie
Birmingham Library article on old writing, Palaeography
 

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Master Barmmie
The Lost Arm of William James (Canals)...
 

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Master Barmmie
The Iron Room, Birmingham Libraries latest articles Roll Up, Roll Up! Birmingham 19th Century Circus Play Bills...

 

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Master Barmmie
For March 8th International Women's Day, the Birmingham Libraries Iron Room has posted an article about Birmingham and the Ladies Society for Relief of Negro Slaves.

The society had a strong presence in Birmingham, and the society's minute book has been transcribed.

 

Pedrocut

Master Barmmie
The Iron Room, Birmingham Libraries has an article on Eddystone Radio (Stratton and Co.)

 
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