The Affective Digital Histories archive comprises open and publicly accessible data, including images, press cuttings, audio and video clips, and creative commissions. The materials have been digitised and catalogued by researchers at the University of Leicester and can be accessed here via the Explorer, or through the University of Leicester's own Special Collections Online.
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Video of a man talking about his memories of the Leicester United Caribbean Association
|title||Video of a man talking about his memories of the Leicester United Caribbean Association|
|description||A colour video (duration 1 minute and 7 seconds) of a man talking about his memories of the Leicester United Caribbean Association Centre, which used to be where Curve now stands. Poor sound quality.|
|place||Leicester -- Rutland 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|