Covid-19 Update

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Barbara Jones – Lloyd’s Register Foundation

27/11/2020

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Barbara Jones, Curator of Maritime History and Heritage, has spent most of her career working for Lloyd's Register Foundation. She is currently in midst of an ambitious project to digitize their large collection of survey reports and plans of maritime vessels, estimated to be around 1.25 million documents.

As well as providing an in-depth catalogue of the minute details of shipbuilding since the 19th century, there are some treasures to be found in the stacks, including intricate plans, early photos of damaged vessels, and top-secret Soviet records.

Links

Website: www.lr.org

Twitter: @LRFHEC

Instagram: @LRFHEC

Facebook: @LRFHEC

Barbara Jones – Lloyd’s Register Foundation

27/11/2020

Barbara Jones

Curator of Maritime History and Heritage Lloyd's Register Foundation

Barbara Jones, Curator of Maritime History and Heritage, has spent most of her career working for Lloyd's Register Foundation. She is currently in midst of an ambitious project to digitize their large collection of survey reports and plans of maritime vessels, estimated to be around 1.25 million documents.

As well as providing an in-depth catalogue of the minute details of shipbuilding since the 19th century, there are some treasures to be found in the stacks, including intricate plans, early photos of damaged vessels, and top-secret Soviet records.

Links

Website: www.lr.org

Twitter: @LRFHEC

Instagram: @LRFHEC

Facebook: @LRFHEC

To be notified as new recordings are released, please subscribe using the button below.