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Rough Trade Records

Rough Trade Documents and Eyewitness starts with an epigraph from Pandaemonium (a stunning example of the use of literary and historical source material in the construction of a narrative) and moves on to cite Mass Observation, the seminal 1930’s British … Continue reading

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In order to do the needful with the ladys

  Josiah Wedgwood on the value of celebrity endorsements In early 1765, through Lady Chetwynd, a lady in waiting with Staffordshire connections, an order came for a tea-set for Queen Charlotte …. He (Wedgwood) followed it up by sending a … Continue reading

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