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Archive Awareness Campaign

October 21, 2004

Last night, I attended the launch of this year's Archive Awareness Campaign at The Guardian's Newsroom.

Speakers included Tony Benn, who spoke of his own personal archive; detailed diaries, papers and audio recordings spanning his long career in politics.

This year's campaign sees a range of events across the country, as well as popular programming in association with the BBC.

Posted by Oliver Smith-Toynes at 08:22

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