March 6, 2018

Mozart’s Diary Filled With His Famous Compositions Is Available Online For Free

With an online collection that features everything from prints to patents, the British Library is at the forefront of today's digitization trend. Through a virtual gallery, the library lets book lovers and history buffs leaf through its one-of-a-kind treasures, including the world's biggest atlas, Leonardo da Vinci's notebook, and, now, Mozart's manuscript. The classical composer compiled his pieces in this thematic catalogue from February 1784 until his death in December 1791.

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February 7, 2018

Collection of Women’s Suffrage Posters Is On View for First Time in 100 Years

In 1918, Parliament passed the Representation of the People Act—a pivotal piece of legislation that granted certain women the right to vote. To commemorate this important centenary, the University of Cambridge Library will exhibit a selection of recently rediscovered women's suffrage posters that have not be on view in 100 years. The one-of-a-kind collection of posters dates back to 1910, when they were sent to the library by Dr.

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