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Geoff Browell – King’s College London

14/07/2020

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With his customary authority, Geoff Browell discusses the ins and outs of managing a large, eclectic archive. Divided into two, the Military Archive and Kings College’s own records, it contains many notable artefacts including ‘Photo 51’, the photograph used to discern the double helical structure of DNA and the original ‘Green Line map’.

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Geoff Browell – King’s College London

With his customary authority, Geoff Browell discusses the ins and outs of managing a large, eclectic archive. Divided into two, the Military Archive and Kings College’s own records, it contains many notable artefacts including ‘Photo 51’, the photograph used to discern the double helical structure of DNA and the original ‘Green Line map’.

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