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Entity Type:
Corporate
Name:
Plymouth and West Devon Record Office
Mountain Heritage collections:
Yonge family of Puslinch: 308/71/5-6 Correspondence re mountains and climbing, c.1850; Woollcombe of Hemerdon - 710 391 & 396/7 : correspondence re climbing local hills
URL:
http://www.plymouth.gov.uk/archives
Contact details:
City Archivist : Sam Johnson
Postal address:
Unit 3, Clare Place, Plymouth
Postcode:
PL4 0JW
Telephone number:
01752 305940
Fax number:
01752 223939
Email address:
pwdro@plymouth.gov.uk
Created:
2006-08-06 00:00:00
Creator:
Maxine Willett
Access Points:
Mountain
Plymouth and West Devon Record Office
Rock climbing
Woollcombe family of Hemerden
Yonge family of Puslinch
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