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An annual event co-hosted by the IHR Wohl Library and Senate House Library that allows students, writers and researchers to learn more about history collections.
History Day will be on Tuesday 19 November 2019. Book your free place.
If you are interested in attending or in sponsorship opportunities, get in touch!
History Day is a great opportunity to talk to researchers, meet colleagues and showcase your collections. Register for a stand today.
History Day 2019 will be on Tuesday 19 November. Book your free place.
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