It’s safe to say a lot has happened in the last 450 years since a charter was granted to John Lyon, a local farmer, to open a small school for 30 boys from the local parish of Harrow on the Hill. Tace Fox hopes to provide a whirlwind tour of events that have taken place during the last four and a half centuries as they are reflected through the Harrow School Archive Collections, shedding light on the School’s rich history and fascinating traditions.
About The Speaker
Tace Fox is the Archivist and Record Manager at Harrow School where she has worked for the last five years. Prior to this she worked in the Sound Archive at the British Library as a Metadata Specialist and began her career as an Archivist at the Southampton University Special Collections. Tace entered this profession after discovering a love of archives when studying for her history undergraduate degree which led her to completing her master’s degree in archive and record management in 2013.
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HMM Tuesday Talk - A Whistle Stop Tour of Harrow School’s History and Archives with Tace Fox
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