John Nichols and the county history of Leicestershire, 1775-1815 – a talk by Dr Julian Pooley
16 October 2014
A special talk by Dr Julian Pooley to mark the 200th Anniversary of the completed publication of John Nichols’ landmark work.
Julian Pooley is an Honorary Visiting Fellow of the Centre for English Local History at the University of Leicester, an archivist at Surrey History Centre and runs the Nichols Archive Project, a database with calendars of over twelve thousand letters and papers of the Nichols family including those from private collections.
7.30 pm – Thursday 16th October 2014.
The Victorian Gallery, New Walk Museum, Leicester.
Hosted by Leicester Archaeological and Historical Society, the talk is open to the public but seats must be reserved in advance.
For more information, see the Leicester Archeological and Historical Society website – http://www.lahs.org.uk/