Monthly Archives: January 2011

Digitising Blyton – what to choose?

Now that the Blyton collection has been fully catalogued and numbered, we can start work on digitising some of the material.  As with most of the material in the Seven Stories archive, the Blyton typescripts are all still protected by … Continue reading

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Boxes of boxes

This morning, we took delivery of several boxes of folders and melinex sleeves for repackaging the Enid Blyton typescripts.  These are all conservation grade materials, and will hopefully ensure it’s easy for researchers to access the typescripts, while also providing … Continue reading

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A milestone reached

I am delighted to announce that I have now completed the cataloguing of the Enid Blyton Collection!  There have been quite a few challenges, and exciting discoveries, along the way and it feels like quite an achievement to have reached … Continue reading

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Noddy on television

My first day back at work after the Christmas holiday, and I’ve spent the afternoon watching episodes of Noddy.  It is work, honestly!  We acquired a large number of Noddy videos as part of the collection, and in order to … Continue reading

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