They designed modestly priced good quality women’s clothes from the 1950s to the late 1970s.Mrs Ann Robinson purchased this dress to wear at functions.As the collection relates to plans of mines abandoned after the 1872 Act, the holdings are fairly complete after this date.Over the last week, I’ve spent quite a bit of time interviewing people affected in various ways by last month’s Boxing Day floods.These have ranged across the spectrum from flooded homeowners to senior Environment Agency staff…Take the following clip, for example, pirated from BBC North’s programme on the floods…
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She was a friend of Tullie House and collected costume and textiles, several examples of which are in the museum collection.
The dress is made from woven synthetic fabric printed with blue and black roses.
This staff member should revert to the IPR Section ([email protected]) for advice, should the position not be clear.” The collection comprises photographic half plate black & white negative and 35mm colour transparency copies of plans of mine workings for haematite, gypsum, limestone, baryte and metalliferous minerals for Cumbria dating from 1872 onwards.
The plans were originally deposited in compliance with the Coal and Metalliferous Mines Regulation acts.