Northamptonshire Archives and Heritage at the Record Office
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Joan Wake was the "mother" of the Northamptonshire Record Office - without her work in the early-mid 20th century, we probably would not exist. We have an extensive collection of her papers, and these items are among them. First you can see her driver's licence from 1932. https://t.co/831dlUd7cy
A customer came across the word "stallage" in the context of being able to access woodland - can anyone give us some more background to the term please?
RT @WelshMSS: You never know where a Welsh manuscript might be hiding. Hitherto unknown important Welsh manuscripts have been discovered to…
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