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‘A most proper verdict’ exhibition

The exhibition A most proper verdict, focusing on attitudes to crime and punishment in 19th-century Antrim, is currently on display

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Ken Saro-Wiwa with his hand in the air

Ken Saro-Wiwa Exhibition

To mark Black History Month, QUB Special Collections & Archives is delighted to host a travelling exhibition on the Ken

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Corr Collection MS 65

The Corr Collection MS 65 is a small collection of documents and artefacts from the Corr family archive. It was

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Trees of Ireland Display

This spring, Special Collections is celebrating the trees of Ireland by displaying a selection of books on the subject from

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Conflict Textiles at the McClay Library

Library Services is delighted to host the Conflict Textiles exhibition in the McClay Library. The exhibition was launched on the 24th of March

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George Benjamin Fentum, organist at Shanghai

Researcher, Keith Robinson has written this blog on the music programme’s of Sir Robert Hart. Saturday 29th May 1886 Shanghai.

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Studio portrait of Walter and Clare Hillier and Harry and Annie Hillier, England 1882

Music-making in the Customs Service

The following guest blog is by Dr. Andrew Hillier, Honorary Research Associate, University of Bristol. A personal letter from Robert

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Sir Robert Hart Brass Band

Hart’s Music Programmes

Researcher, Keith Robinson has written this blog on the music programme’s of Sir Robert Hart. Hart’s Music Programmes Online There

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Music in Hart’s China

The Sir Robert Hart Collection MS 15 includes many music programmes and handbills for public recitals and private soirées with

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Letters from Eva Price to Sir Robert Hart

We are pleased to add a new collection of correspondence from the Hart Collection MS 15 to Digital Special Collections

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