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Unique ID Number: TS_1998_0057 Acc 7160
Description: Camborne School of Metalliferous Mining Calendar for sessions 1957 to 1960. Seventy page prospectus, with B/W photographs, describing aspects of the courses offered, syllabus, attendance and conduct, books instruments and excursions, the school buildings and mine.
Record Number: 750061

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Creator: Camborne School of Mines
Format: TIFF
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Date: 1957
Coverage: Cornwall, Camborne School of Mines
Publisher: Trevithick Society
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Additional Information: Held by Cornwall Record Office, Accession 7160

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