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Unique ID Number: DOC_CEPS_2_1
Description: Thirty one loose leaves of Newspaper clippings from the 1880s generally re-appraising the activities of Richard Trevithick and the importance of his work (Cuttings from Cornish Telegraph, Western Morning News, Cornish Guardian, The Mining Journal) and proposals for a Memorial to the man.
Record Number: 753200

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Subject: Communications

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Creator: Cornish Engine Preservation Society
Format: TIFF image
Source: CEPS historical records
Date: 1882-1884
Coverage: Trevithick, Cornwall,
Publisher: Trevithick Society
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