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Museums and the handicapped

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Leicester: Leicestershire Museums, Art Galleries and Records Service , c1976. (Book) 069.1 LEI
Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Collection
Reference Collection
Type
Book
ISBN
0850220084
Call No.
069.1 LEI
Place of Publication
Leicester
Publisher
Leicestershire Museums, Art Galleries and Records Service
Publication Date
c1976
Physical Description
68p. : ill. ; 30 cm.
Subjects LoC
Museums and people with disabilities
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. 66-68).
Papers from a seminar held at College Hall, Leicester, 12-14 September 1975, organised by the Group for Educational Services in Museums, Departments of Museum Studies and Adult Education, University of Leicester.
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Repository
City of Burnaby Archives
Date
1977-1986
Collection/Fonds
Millway family fonds
Description Level
File
Physical Description
1 file of textual records
Item No.
MSS157-002
Storage Location
Bay 68 - Shelf 2
Scope and Content
File consists of documents relating to research on the Robert Burnaby family undertaken by Betty Millway and 1 booklet titled "Royal Leicester."
Repository
City of Burnaby Archives
Date
1977-1986
Collection/Fonds
Millway family fonds
Physical Description
1 file of textual records
Description Level
File
Item No.
MSS157-002
Storage Location
Bay 68 - Shelf 2
Accession Number
BHS999-11
Scope and Content
File consists of documents relating to research on the Robert Burnaby family undertaken by Betty Millway and 1 booklet titled "Royal Leicester."
Media Type
Textual Record
Notes
Title based on contents of file
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Repository
City of Burnaby Archives
Date
1959-1960
Collection/Fonds
Burnaby Historical Society Community Archives Collection
Description Level
File
Physical Description
1 file of textual records
Item No.
MSS006-001
Storage Location
Bay 68 - Shelf 5
Scope and Content
File consists of correspondence and newspaper clippings pertaining to research on the life of Robert Burnaby and the location of his grave site between Bessie Choate, Leicester Lord Mayor Sidney Brown and others, as well as Bessie Choate's papers pertaining to the St. Columbia's Anglican Church Wom…
Repository
City of Burnaby Archives
Date
1959-1960
Collection/Fonds
Burnaby Historical Society Community Archives Collection
Physical Description
1 file of textual records
Description Level
File
Series
Burnaby Historical Society Manuscript Collection
Item No.
MSS006-001
Storage Location
Bay 68 - Shelf 5
Accession Number
BHS2007-04
Scope and Content
File consists of correspondence and newspaper clippings pertaining to research on the life of Robert Burnaby and the location of his grave site between Bessie Choate, Leicester Lord Mayor Sidney Brown and others, as well as Bessie Choate's papers pertaining to the St. Columbia's Anglican Church Woman's Auxillary.
Media Type
Textual Record
Creator
Bessie Choate
Notes
Title based on contents of file
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Accession Code
BV004.28.3
Description
Postcard: black and white photo, glossy, white border; vertical; intricately-carved stone structures on stepped base in front of half-timbered building with sign "-LL & Co." "-ALES" "-OCKPORT"; printed across bottom in white, hand-lettered "ANCIENT CROSSES SANDBACH"; on reverse in black, "POST CARD…
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Accession Code
BV004.28.3
Description
Postcard: black and white photo, glossy, white border; vertical; intricately-carved stone structures on stepped base in front of half-timbered building with sign "-LL & Co." "-ALES" "-OCKPORT"; printed across bottom in white, hand-lettered "ANCIENT CROSSES SANDBACH"; on reverse in black, "POST CARD"; dotted line up centre with "Published by: A.W. Bourne, 32, Babingley Drive, Leicester"; to left, "CORRESPONDENCE", to right, "ADDRESS"; printed at bottom left, "Greetings from"; handwritten in blue ink, "July 4th" "We are here for lunch at Grandpa Bateman's village" [crossed out] "town where he spent his boyhood days" "Dad"; addressed to "Mrs. R H Blackwood 2435 Richter" "Kelowna BC CANADA"; brown King George VI stamp at upper right, "POSTAGE REVENUE" "2D"; cancelled by seven wavy lines; postmark "CREWE CHESHIRE" "815 5 JLY 1953"; note that stamp was used during reign of Elizabeth II; slight wear on corners
Marks/Labels
Ancient Crosses / Sandbach / Grandpa Bateman's town where he spent his boyhood days
Colour
black and white
Maker
A. W. Bourne
Country Made
England
Site/City Made
Leicester
Title
Ancient Crosses Sandbach
Publication Date
July 5 1953
Subjects
Documentary Artifacts
Documentary Artifacts - Postcards
Name Access
Bateman, Edwin W.
Bateman Family
Record Type
Artifact
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Accession Code
BV004.28.4
Description
Postcard: black and white photo, glossy, white border; horizontal; shows street and buildings, Wheat Hotel in right foreground, women with bicycles; printed in white at lower left is handlettered "HIGH TOWN SANDBACH"; on reverse in black "POST CARD", dotted line below, dotted line up centre with "P…
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Accession Code
BV004.28.4
Description
Postcard: black and white photo, glossy, white border; horizontal; shows street and buildings, Wheat Hotel in right foreground, women with bicycles; printed in white at lower left is handlettered "HIGH TOWN SANDBACH"; on reverse in black "POST CARD", dotted line below, dotted line up centre with "Published by: A.W. Bourne, 32, Babingley Drive, Leicester"; "CORRESPONDENCE" at left, at right "ADDRESS"; at bottom left, "Greetings from"; addressed in blue ink to "Mr and Mrs. E. W. Bateman 3896 - W. 25th Ave. Vancouver 8, BC Canada"; "July 4 - Here we are in Sandbach having our lunch. Ena & Raymond Slack are so hospitable & friendly. We had a fine day at the potteries yesterday - it was the first time Ena & Mrs Ludwig had been too. Thanks for air Mail letter received on arrival at Crewe" "Love Edna"; brown stamp at upper right with King George VI, "POSTAGE REVENUE" "2D", cancelled with wavy lines; postmark "CREWE CHESHIRE" "8-" "5 JLY 1953" [Related to BV004.28.3]; indentation down centre on front, some spotting and damage from liquid?, which took gloss off along indentation
Marks/Labels
High Town Sandbach / Mr. & Mrs. Bateman / Edna
Colour
black and white
Maker
A. W. Bourne
Country Made
England
Site/City Made
Leicester
Title
High Town Sandbach
Publication Date
July 4 1953
Subjects
Documentary Artifacts
Documentary Artifacts - Postcards
Name Access
Bateman, Edwin W.
Bateman Family
Corner, Edna Bateman
Record Type
Artifact
Images
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Book
Land of Promise
Type
Book Chapter
Publication Date
2002
their support of and participation in musical art. In her “Glimpses of Ancient Leicester”, Mrs. T. Eielding Johnson writes: The Burnaby family was a very musical one, and their enthusiasm and influence did much to promote the love of music in Leicester at this time (1785) and for a long time
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Burnaby Village Museum
Book
Land of Promise
Type
Book Chapter
Publication Date
2002
Original Book
Catalogue record for source book
Subjects LoC
Burnaby, Robert -- Correspondence
Name Access
Burnaby, Robert
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Yankees are a Jolly Lot (Letters 20-23) p. 126

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Land of Promise
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Publication Date
2002
Leicester folks are as good a Court circular, so short and graphic. I do hope Mr. D’Vaughan may come to Leicester, his work and sermons in London marked him as a man of just that intellect and character you wold be likely to appreciate and from whose earnestness you would derive much comfort. My letter
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Land of Promise
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2002
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Burnaby, Robert -- Correspondence
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Burnaby, Robert
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Columbia and yet, in his time, he played several important roles. He was born on November 30, 1828, at Misterton, Leicester, a small parish approximately 12 miles south of Loughborough in northern Leices- tershire, in England, and was the fourth son of the Reverend Thomas Burnaby and the former Sarah
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2002
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Burnaby, Robert -- Correspondence
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Burnaby, Robert
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Colonial Stumping (Letters 30-38) p. 142

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Land of Promise
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2002
COLONIAL STUMPING Tell my dearest Mother, I shall write to her next Mail. Give my best love to all friends, and tell them of my well being. Bye the Bye how astonished the Bishop of all Leicester must have been to find that you actually were not thrown upon the Parish (but rather into one
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2002
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Burnaby, Robert
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well as other property in the county and had become clergymen in the Church of England. Thus they became “squarsons” - part squire, part parson, and as was the fashion of the day, held other livings in plurality. Several of them were also Prebends of Lincoln, Vicars of St. Margaret’s Leicester, and
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2002
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A Voyage Unequalled (Letters 1-7) p. 48

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Land of Promise
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2002
of knew Leicester well and used to visit the Douglas’ of Harboro’. I shall not soon forget the thrill of delight on getting up last Thursday morning and seeing Sandy Hook, blue and quiet in the morning mist. It was real luxury to look again on something substantial, just as a man goes at a mutton
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Burnaby Village Museum
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2002
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Secretary and Confidential (Letters 8-15) p. 63

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2002
, a farmer’s wife out here, was Miss Lowdham, niece of old Mr Lowdham of Leicester, of whom I had often heard. I dined with them the other day. People in their way live most comfortably, but he does a good deal in the whisky toddy line. We dined at three, our party consisting of the purser of the
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2002
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Secretary and Confidential (Letters 8-15) p. 67

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Land of Promise
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2002
friend of mine, George Heaton whom I have spoken of before, who has been appointed Sheriff of Vancouver Is., was some years at the Collegiate Leicester, and afterwards at Sydney Col. Oxford. Begbie was at college with you, and so was Crease a Cornishman, a thickset black haired man getting plenty of
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2002
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Yankees are a Jolly Lot (Letters 20-23) p. 125

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Burnaby Village Museum
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2002
nearly drunk, and very tired, struck for more liquor. You will be glad to hear that I have made the acquaintance of Messrs. Pringle and Dundas, Rev. Cents of energy and zeal, the former talks much about you, and of Leicester, he is stationed at Fort Hope up the Fraser, and is doing a great deal in
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2002
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To Burnaby and Blankets (Letters 24-29) p. 129

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Land of Promise
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2002
head. I hope by this time, that Tom has got settled. But I don’t like to think of it. Kindest love to all at home, L’pool. Kelso and Leicester - not forget- ting sweet Dublin city. Your loving Bro R. Burnaby ~ LETTER NO. 25 ~ Victoria 23’'^' December 1859 My dearest Mother, Christmas comes
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Burnaby Village Museum
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Land of Promise
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2002
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Burnaby, Robert -- Correspondence
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Burnaby, Robert
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Never Better or Happier (Letters 47-50) p. 173

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Land of Promise
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2002
it. Many of them are fine young fellows and are sure in the long run to do well. Barber and Fry from Leicester have had a very rough summer of it, they started on a gold chase to the Stickeen river in the Russian possessions near Sitka, rumours came down that they and all their party were drowned
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Burnaby Village Museum
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Land of Promise
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2002
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Burnaby, Robert
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