Linda Harding Oral History Interview - Exhibitions

Title

Linda Harding Oral History Interview - Exhibitions

Subject

Community, Exhibition, Collections

Description

An oral history interview from Linda Harding, Outreach Officer at Leicester Museum.She talks about the temporary exhibitions that are put on in the museum and how they try to represent the community as much as possible.

Creator

Linda Harding

Publisher

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

Date

30th August 2017

Rights

This source is copyright of the University of Leicester Special Collections, Linda Harding 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

Linda Harding

Location

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

Original Format

Oral History Interview

Duration

5 minutes 15 seconds

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Linda Harp

It is nice to see such exhibitions where people show the real cultures and creeds of one nation. I visited an old civilization where they had this ritual to greet a guest giving coconut water. The people there were really generous and loving but they were poor. So i ordered some groceries for them from walmart coupons at Reecoupons

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