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Manchester Polytechnic Library newsletter.

a personal chronicle of the Bolshevik Revolution, 25 November 1917--4 March 1918

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        StatementManchester Polytechnic
        PublishersManchester Polytechnic
        LC Classifications1977
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        Paginationxvi, 99 p. :
        Number of Pages44
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        ISBN 10nodata

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The box of newsletters contains valuable stories and hidden histories. Today it is known as the Bellhouse Building and operates as a university campus building, with a number of academics from the Manchester Centre for Gothic Studies based there.

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You can reach out about their research at or can follow their PhD research, stories of archive visits, and get pictures of their cat on twitter at. In 1973, while studying at Manchester Polytechnic, Daniel teamed up with British documentary photographer Martin Parr after hearing that would soon stop filming on location. However, by 1820 large houses had started to be constructed around the edge of the gardens at the heart of Grosvenor Square.

"Running free portrait sessions seemed to provide the solution. Moving images - captured on all film gauges and videotape formats - are extremely fragile and unstable.