Imogen Cox Oral History Interview - Loan Collection

Title

Imogen Cox Oral History Interview - Loan Collection

Subject

Museums, Education, Children, Schools, Loans

Description

An oral history interview from Imogen Cox, a learning officer for Leicester Museums. She talksabout how the loans system stopped in the 1990s and how it requires a lot of staff in order to put on. She also argues that it may be better to have no loans system in order to atract schools and repeat visits to the museum.

Creator

Imogen Cox

Publisher

The University of Leicester's Special Collections, East Midlands Oral History Archives

Date

29th August 2017

Rights

This source is copyright of the University of Leicester Special Collections, Imogen Cox and the East Midland's Oral History Archive and is digitised and published under the Creative Commons License : https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/

Format

.WAV

Language

English

Type

Oral History Interview

Interviewer

Charlotte Daynton

Interviewee

Imogen Cox

Location

United Kingdom -- England -- Leicester -- New Walk Museum

Duration

1 minute 34 seconds

Files

Collection

Citation

Imogen Cox, “Imogen Cox Oral History Interview - Loan Collection,” Leicester Special Collections, accessed June 25, 2018, http://leicester.omeka.net/items/show/492.

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