Series - Records Relating to Stonehenge

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Records Relating to Stonehenge

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  • [pre-1943] (Creation)

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3 cm of textual records and other material.

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Series consists of two monographs, posters (both finished posters and posters in preparation), drafts of diagrams and notes, two postcards, personal notes, diagrams, pictures, and photographs. It includes diagrams and photographs of Silbury Hill. Cotsworth used Stonehenge as an example of how time was measured in the past . He included the posters, diagrams, and pictures in his pamphlets on time and calendar reform.

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Newspaper clippings relating to Stonehenge and druids can be found in the Newspaper Articles series.

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Not all of the records are dated, therefore, a specific date range cannot be given for this series.

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