Articles in the category museum library archive

Freud Museum, London

The Freud Museum celebrates the life and work of Professor Sigmund Freud and his daughter Anna Freud. By the time Freud fled his native Vienna on the eve of World War Two he was known across the world as the father of psychoanalysis. The movement had long since fractured into numerous competing schools, but most accepted […]

Northampton Museum

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Nuneaton Library

Nuneaton Library is important for its relation to the novelist George Eliot (real name Mary Anne Evans).  Eliot was born in Nuneaton, Warwickshire where the library is located. Many items, including photos, over 60 facsimiles of letters from her friends and family and first editions of her work can be found in the library.  These […]

Kelmscott Manor, London

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Victoria and Albert Museum, London

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William Morris Gallery, London

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