At the end of an exhausting but productive week of fundraising, we bring you even more New Content!
At the end of an intense campaign of diving into and bringing material out of the archives, PETT Executive Director Richard Rollinson goes on a journey and asks:
"What is the *Most Valuable Treasure in the Archives?"
It's his choice. After all, he's the boss. But is it the right choice?
2. "Report on visit to Barns School, Peebles & Dunnow Hall, Cheshire", by Frank Mathews: Transcribed!
The magnificent Bob Lawton takes our offering of Day One and gives back Frank Mathews' 1944 Report fully transcribed and fully accessible through text search. Crowdsourcing at its best. Many thanks through Bob to all our volunteers.
3. "Crowdsourcing Constance Masefield's handwriting: Update!"
This is excellent! Two people have already taken the leap of creativity and imagination into the chaos and voids of Constance Masefield's handwriting, and returned with offerings of what she might have been writing. We look forward to more, but in the meantime, thanks to Judith Stinton and Francis Wardale; and to check your detective powers and imagination against theirs.
4. "Thanks, Stats, Feedback and Correction"
Exactly what it says - And well worth reading!
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