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Books

TitleThe Catalogue of Additions to the Manuscripts: The George Bernard Shaw Papers
Editors(s)Anne Summers, William Frame
Publication detailsLondon, British Library, 2005. ISBN:
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Chapters, essays or articles in books

TitleEntries including 'Balfour Committee on Trade and Industry', 'Sir John Brunner', 'ICI', 'Industrial De-Rating', 'Land Settlement', 'Macmillan Committee on Finance and Industry', 'May Committee', 'Mosley Memorandum' and 'the National Grid'
Author(s)William Frame
Published inThe Oxford Companion to Twentieth-Century British Politics, pp. 39-40, 78, 318, 326, 365, 416, 429, 445, 458
Editor(s)John Ramsden
Publication detailsOxford, Oxford University Press, 2002. ISBN:
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Title'Places Without A Future' The Jarrow March and the Great Depression
Author(s)William Frame
Published inYou're History: How People Make the Difference, pp. 207-218
Editor(s)Michelle Brown, Richard Kelly
Publication detailsLondon, Continuum, 2005. ISBN:
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Journal articles, published lectures, reviews

Title'Sir Stafford Cripps and His Friends': The Socialist League, the National Government and Reform of the House of Lords 1931-1935
Author(s)William Frame
Published inParliamentary History, 24/3, pp. 316-331
Publication detailsEdinburgh, 2005
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Exhibitions

Title of exhibitionQueen Caroline's Library
Organiser(s)William Frame, Barry Taylor, Geoff West
LocationRare Books and Music Reading Room, pp.
Date(s)October-December 2004
DescriptionExhibition to accompany the 2004 Panizzi Lectures


Title of exhibitionModern Historical Documents 1700-2000
Organiser(s)William Frame
LocationTreasures Gallery, pp.
Date(s)Permanent exhibition cases
DescriptionA selection of iconic historical documents from the British Library's collections. Current exhibits include Captain Cook's journals, the logbook of The Victory, and Robert Falcon Scott's diary.


Title of exhibitionThe Magic of Russia
Organiser(s)William Frame, Katya Rogatchevskaia, Chris Thomas
LocationRare Books and Music Reading Room, pp.
Date(s)October-December 2005
DescriptionExhibition to accompany the 2005 Panizzi Lectures


Title of exhibitionGeorge Bernard Shaw 1856-1950
Organiser(s)William Frame
LocationTreasures Gallery, pp.
Date(s)July-September 2006
DescriptionExhibition celebrating the 150th anniversary of Shaw's birth and based upon the extensive archive of his papers held at the British Library


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