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Senate House Library, University of London: Senate House tower just prior to completion, March 1937.
Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives, King's College London: Sir Michael Howard Reading Room
University of the Arts London: London College of Communication: Costume design for Mask of Orpheus from Jocelyn Herbert Archive.
Royal Geographical Society: Invitation to David Livingstone's memorial service at Westminster Abbey. Copyright, Royal Geographical Society
Royal College of Psychiatrists: Royal College of Psychiatrists
University of East London: Photograph of Roland and Claire Muldoon, CAST and the Left Wing Teds dressed in their ‘Double Bill’ guises, protesting outside the Arts Council of Great Britain, .
Wellcome Library: Advertisement for Burroughs Wellcome showing various situations in which a Tabloid medicine chest would be useful
London Metropolitan Archives: Organised dancing in playground, Flint Street School, Southwark, 1908. From the London Metropolitan Archives Photograph Library. Ref SC/PHL/02/ 0205. Copyright City of London: London Metropolitan Archives. Not to be reused without permission.
Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine: Interior of the Imperial College searchroom. The Archives contain papers relating to the history of the College and research collections of international interest. Copyright Imperial College London.
World Rugby Museum, Twickenham: Rugby stadium. Copyright Rugby Football Union
University of the Arts London: London College of Communication: Archive Reading Room.
Trades Union Congress (TUC) Library Collections and University Archives at London Metropolitan University: 'The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists' by Robert Tressell
Royal Society of Chemistry: William Perkin (Royal Society of Chemistry)
Marylebone Cricket Club Library: Notification to MCC Committee regarding Bodyline, 18 January 1933
Wellcome Library: Gynaecological texts, Caesarean section, Circa 1420-30