Dating by correspondence 1950s
Following in the footsteps of the Barlaston Factory Archive project, the Wedgwood Museum has chosen to tell the story of the Wedgwood Company's famous Etruria Factory.The new Etruria Factory Archive section will explore the conception and initial evolution of Josiah I's Etruria Factory.The Mandeville Special Collections Library houses Gulick's Baja California-related papers, including his original travel journals, correspondence, map materials and, notably, his photographic slides.A selection of Gulick's Baja California images dating from the 1950s and 1960s here follows.However not all of the original records have survived.Due to a fire in the Estate Office in early 1900s a significant part of the original collection was lost.
The second, referred to as the 'Liverpool Collection', was originally purchased by Joseph Mayer, the Liverpool antiquarian, after having been disposed of by the Wedgwood Company on the death of Josiah Wedgwood II in 1843.
Another flight of stairs and another three filing cabinets, we stop at these and look at an orange manila folder.
It contains some correspondence between Giles and the Express Newspaper, dating from the early 1950s.
By the end of the 18th century the Whites held most of the land in Bantry and the Beara Pennisula, becoming the largest landowners in this part of Cork.
In 1796 Richard White was instrumental in alerting the English Army Headquarters in Cork to the appearance of French ships in Bantry Bay.