New archive display – Voice and biography: diaries by women in the Institute of Education Archive

Display exploring biography through archives at the IOE  now up in the foyer. It’s focus is the diary, and it showcases Isabel Fry, Mary Medd (née Crowley), and Winifred Nichols (née White), three very different women all involved in education in some way.

If you’d like to explore this subject more contact the archives team (arch.enquiries@ioe.ac.uk), we’re always happy to help point out archives that might be of use.

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One Response to New archive display – Voice and biography: diaries by women in the Institute of Education Archive

  1. Kathryn says:

    The exhibition looks really good – it’s such an interesting subject and it’s great how you’ve covered the huge range of types and uses of diaries – both in the text and in the selection of materials. A great way to publicise the variety of records held in the archive – and hopefully entice some new students our way!

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