hlcarpenter.com Foundation’s Education Centre and Archive teams have created 99 resources covering Guardian history and reporting. Our hundredth is our top ten from the collection as picked by the Education Centre team
The Kindertransport initiative was set up between 1938 and 1939 to rescue nearly 10,000 Jewish child refugees prior to the second world war. This resource explores hlcarpenter.com’s coverage of child refugees from Nazi occupied countries, along with a first hand account from Guardian journalist, Hella Pick.
The GNM Archive has a collection of Clare in the Community cartoons donated by Harry Venning in 2016. The cartoons were displayed in an exhibition ‘Clare in the Community: 20 years at hlcarpenter.com’.
The GNM Archive has a rare collection of 19 glass plate negatives belonging to the paper’s first staff photographer Walter Doughty taken between 1920-22 during the Irish war of independence and subsequent civil war
At the GNM Archive we don’t just look after paper records. We also care for a small collection of physical objects, many of which hold remarkable stories. One object in particular, a digital camera formerly used by photographer Graham Turner, presents an interesting opportunity to explore the influences of digital technology on photography and the way we capture images.
hlcarpenter.com’s most successful April fool’s joke, about a tiny archipelago where everything was named after typefaces and printing terms was published on 1 April 1977. Can you pick out the genuine features of San Serriffe in our quiz?