List of Objects

Telling a history of our world through objects

Click on the titles in the blue bar below [Location, Theme, Contributor Type, etc.] and then choose a category to see a list of objects - e.g. click Theme and then click War. (All objects have been classified by their contributor.)

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Colour / White / BBC Area / England - Cambridgeshire

  1. WSPU hunger strike force feeding medal WSPU hunger strike force feeding medal Contributed by Individual
  2. EG Bates - Racing/Touring Bicycle EG Bates - Racing/Touring Bicycle Contributed by Individual
  3. First World War trench map First World War trench map Contributed by Individual
  4. WW2 Last message parents to daughter. WW2 Last message parents to daughter. Contributed by Individual
  5. slide rule slide rule Contributed by Individual
  6. Vocabulary book Vocabulary book Contributed by Museum
  7. Memorial Hall domed ceiling murals Memorial Hall domed ceiling murals Contributed by Museum
  8. Medieval tiled floor Medieval tiled floor Contributed by Museum
  9. Fabric from Wright Brothers' aircraft Fabric from Wright Brothers' aircraft Contributed by Museum
  10. Old Garret Hostel Bridge Cambridge Old Garret Hostel Bridge Cambridge Contributed by Individual
  11. Plastic Baton Round Plastic Baton Round Contributed by Individual
  12. BBC Cambs - Andie Harper's Hymn Book BBC Cambs - Andie Harper's Hymn Book Contributed by Individual
  13. British Thornton Slide Rule British Thornton Slide Rule Contributed by Individual

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