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Unique ID Number: TS_1998_0034
Description: Album, marked JB on the cover, of loose papers of 19th century and early 20th century engineering drawings in ink including rock drills and related mining and quarrying equipment, some made by Holman Brothers.
Record Number: 750038

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Subject: Engineering Drawings

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Creator: nk
Format: TIFF
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Date: 1890s
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Publisher: Trevithick Society
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Additional Information: Held by Cornwall Record Office, Accession 7160

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