Lecture slides    (updated: 14.2.2021)


Lina Bo Bardi glass exhibition design system at São Paulo Museum of Art, c.1970



Carlo Scarpa moving display system at Museo di Castelvecchio, Verona, Italy, 1957–1975



Bust of Gentlewomen, Carlo Scarpa exhibition design, Palazzo Abatellis, Palermo, Italy, 1953–54



Movable planes in the Picture-Room at 13 Lincoln’s Inn Fields (Sir John Soane’s Museum), London




Scholars attending a lecture in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 1823



Drawing of the Ashmolean Museum in construction, J.M.W. Turner, c.1792



Public Record Office, Chancery Lane, London, 1838 to 2003



3D printed scan of Nefertiti Bust taken from Neues Museum Berlin 



Multispectral imaging of rare books and manuscripts at the British Library



Photograph from Evidence, Larry Sultan & Mike Mandel, 1977



North arrow and centimeter scale set






Photograph cuneiform tablet by Roger Fenton at British Museum, c.1854



Amature archaeologist photographic document



Pitt-Rivers Museum Benin acquisitions catalogue, depicting Brass Leopard



Pitt-Rivers Museum illustrated and annotated Benin acquisitions catalogue



R.R.IV.78 A.L.F.48 1884.30.7, Pitt-Rivers Museum catalogue card



Josephine Cobb examining records at the National Archives, US, 1940



Ceramic tile from Castle Hill, Folkestone, Kent, excavated by Pitt-Rivers, 1878



Neolithic polished stone axe (Lancing, West Sussex) with multiple labels, from the Pitt Rivers Museum



Film: Toute la Mémoire du Monde, dir. Alain Resnais, 1956



US National Archives Catalogue Division workflow chart, 1935



Archivist Josephine Cobb holding Mathew Brady’s negative of Abraham Lincoln, 1945



President Abraham Lincoln at Gettysburg amonst soldiers and citizens, 19 November 1863


Sir Hilary Jenkinson’s visiting the National Archives, US, March 1950



A Manual of Achive Administration, Hilary Jenkinson, 1922



Sir Thomas Browne’s skull



Clay figurines found during excavations at Karkemish, c.1911–20



Leonard Woolley & T.E. Lawrence at Carchemish, Turkey, 1913




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