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Steve Riedlinger – Roehampton Club

14/07/2020

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Steve Riedlinger, the Club Archivist at the Roehampton Club talks to Max about his work. Steve has been commissioned in the lead up to the Roehampton Club's 120th anniversary to investigate the wealth of historical material held by the club with the goal of bringing the club's heritage to the attention of members and potentially, in future, the wider public.

In this podcast he shares his unique insight into his approach to what was essentially setting up an archive from scratch. He tells us about some of the interesting and often unsung members from the club’s history. He also reveals how the club’s decision to ‘go digital’ with the commemorative materials makes them more readily available.

Steve Riedlinger – Roehampton Club

Steve Riedlinger, the Club Archivist at the Roehampton Club talks to Max about his work. Steve has been commissioned in the lead up to the Roehampton Club's 120th anniversary to investigate the wealth of historical material held by the club with the goal of bringing the club's heritage to the attention of members and potentially, in future, the wider public.

In this podcast he shares his unique insight into his approach to what was essentially setting up an archive from scratch. He tells us about some of the interesting and often unsung members from the club’s history. He also reveals how the club’s decision to ‘go digital’ with the commemorative materials makes them more readily available.

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