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Title: Public Lectures, Recitals and Exhibitions

Level: Series 

Classmark: LUA/ADM/012

Date: 1875-2001

Size and medium: 10 boxes

Persistent link: http://library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/4055 

Collection group(s): University Archive

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Box 1-4: GeneralBox 5-6: University Gallery ExhibitionsBox 7: Workshop Theatre posters and noticesBox 8: Public LecturesBox 9-10: Public Lectures (named)

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