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Video of a man talking about his memories of the industrial area before the cultural quarter was established.
|title||Video of a man talking about his memories of the industrial area before the cultural quarter was established.|
|description||A colour video (duration 2 minutes 1 second) of a man recalling his time when he was seventeen spent working at Leicester Hide and Skin in the bad working conditions. He also recalls seeing the Odeon cinema, International Hotel and other industrial buildings in the area at that time. Poor sound quality, beginning and end of video cut off.|
|place||Leicester -- Rutland Street; Leicester -- Queen Street;|
|Digitisation note||Video recorded at the LCB in the Affective Digital Histories video booth on 11/03/2015. The sound quality of the recording is the best that could be obtained from the original file.|
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|Modified||Wed, 05 Aug 2015 11:52|