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PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY OF ARCH & ANTH AT CAMBRIDGE

February 23, 2015

You are invited to a talk by Pamela Jane Smith

A Photographic Early History of Cambridge ARCH & ANTH Tripos in Honour of its Centennial Year

Wednesday 25th February 2015, 4.00pm (drop-in, tea and cake from 4.00pm, talk 4.30-5.15pm) South Lecture Room, Division of Archaeology, Cambridge

https://map.cam.ac.uk/Museum+of+Archaeology+and+Anthropology#52.202590,0.121164,18

http://www.personalhistories.arch.cam.ac.uk/

All WELCOME!

Professor John Hutton’s retirement party with members of the Faculty of Archaeology and Anthropology dressed in museum artefacts, 1950 “The Anthropology and Archaeology Department was far more interesting than any primitive tribe,” (Mary Summers (m.1949), in conversation with Pamela Jane Smith, "A Splendid Idiosyncrasy: Prehistory at Cambridge, 1915–50")

Professor John Hutton’s retirement party with members of the Faculty of Archaeology and Anthropology dressed in museum artefacts, 1950 “The Anthropology and Archaeology Department was far more interesting than any primitive tribe,” (Mary Summers (m.1949), in conversation with Pamela Jane Smith, “A Splendid Idiosyncrasy: Prehistory at Cambridge, 1915–50”)

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