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Geoff Browell – King’s College London

14/07/2020

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Geoff Browell, Head of Archive Services at King's College London talks to Max about the challenges of managing a large and eclectic archive. The archive is divided into two sections - the Military Archive and Kings College's own records and contains many notable artefacts including 'Photo 51', the photograph used to discern the double helical structure of DNA, the original 'Green Line map', original photographs of T.E. Lawrence, otherwise known as 'Lawrence of Arabia' and photography by Jacques Cousteau.

Geoff tells us about Kings College's history of supporting diversification in the student body and shares anecdotes about the interests of world famous guitarists and why the line in the Green Line Map is, in fact, green.

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Geoff Browell – King’s College London

Geoff Browell, Head of Archive Services at King's College London talks to Max about the challenges of managing a large and eclectic archive. The archive is divided into two sections - the Military Archive and Kings College's own records and contains many notable artefacts including 'Photo 51', the photograph used to discern the double helical structure of DNA, the original 'Green Line map', original photographs of T.E. Lawrence, otherwise known as 'Lawrence of Arabia' and photography by Jacques Cousteau.

Geoff tells us about Kings College's history of supporting diversification in the student body and shares anecdotes about the interests of world famous guitarists and why the line in the Green Line Map is, in fact, green.

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