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Internationally significant archives are on your doorstep – explore 19th and 20th century social, political and economic history through primary sources at the Modern Records Centre.


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Archives exhibition

Here to Stay

20 May – 12 July 2019

Archives which highlight some of the experiences and contributions of BAME people to British life across the 20th century – with a particular focus on Britain's health services, family and home, and the arts.


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For access to primary sources for social, political and economic history please contact the MRC


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