1. In the Usual Manner


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    "In the Usual Manner" was made in conjunction with The Huntington's Civil War photography exhibition, "A Strange and Fearful Interest: Death, Mourning, and Memory in the American Civil War," which…

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    • East Belfast: Past, Present and Future - Part One


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      Northern Visions begins its east Belfast trilogy with a look at the historic industrial past of the area. Historian, Charles Ludlow discusses its very beginnings and former shipyard workers, Inglis…

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      • Market Memories


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        St George's Market was built between 1890 and 1896 and is one of the best markets in the UK and Ireland. Older traders of the market who have long generational connections and some younger traders…

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        • A Hole In Tiger Mountain


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          *Official Selection: Sun Valley Film Festival 2013* In the spring of 1899, two cousins have been instructed to take a local bartender into the hills and shoot him. CAST: Paul De Sousa, George…

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          • Introducing...Hennepin County Library's Special Collections


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            Discover rare and original documents and artifacts anyone may access through the library, including the Minneapolis Collection, , the History of Books & Printing Collection, the Kittleson World War…

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            • Jesse O'Neill, Merewether Scholar 2010


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              Mr Jesse O'Neill, Merewether Scholar 2010, for his project Print culture in New South Wales: 1795-1835, an early history. This project will explore the development of a print culture and printing…

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              • Three Nineteenth-Century Guidebooks at the New York Public Library


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                Developed for "Visualizing Nineteenth-Century New York," a digital exhibit with the Bard Graduate Center and the New York Public Library. http://resources-bgc.bard.edu/19thcNYC/ Made in May 2011…

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                • Cottage Beethoven


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                  • Students of architecture and audiovisual film an architecture-nineteenth-century bourgeois decor in a natural setting (French Pyrenees). Bagneres de Luchon, in May 1988. A trip in the Pyrenees architectural…

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                  • Amanda Kaladelfos, David Scott Mitchell Memorial Fellow 2010


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                    Amanda Kaladelfos, David Scott Mitchell Memorial Fellow 2010, for her project, Citizens of Mercy: Bushrangers, Punishment and Public Opinion in colonial NSW, which examines popular conceptions of…

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                    • A Strange Place


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                      The Williamson Tunnels under Edge Hill, Liverpool have been described as "the largest underground folly in Britain". Joseph Williamson made a fortune in the tobacco trade, before retiring in the early…

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