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Free lunchtime lectures - Friends of Dundee City Archives

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Enjoy a free history lecture on the first Thursday of the month, at Dundee City Archives.

The Lunchtime Talks take place in the Glasite Hall, St. Andrew’s Church, King Street, Dundee, usually on the first Thursday in the month. Talks commence at 1.00 p.m.

Doors will be open from 12.30 p.m. onwards when tea, coffee and biscuits will be available at a cost of £1.50. These talks are open to non-members. They are free of charge although donations to the Friends are appreciated.

Lunchtime lectures programme

Upcoming lectures will run as follows:

1 March 2018, Researching the history of your house (Sarah Aitken)

5 April 2018, Shops and shopping in Dundee (Jack Searle)

3 May 2018, D.C Thomson Archive, David Powell.

For more information, and for dates later in the year, visit the lectures website.

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