“Man’s Greatest and Most Glorious Triumph”: A Visit to the Royal Air Force Museum London

July 28 to the July 30 was the one free weekend of William and Mary’s Summer Study Abroad Program at Cambridge. The timing was perfect, as the Royal Air Force Museum Reading Room is only open Monday through Friday. So while everyone else was boarding trains and planes to go to their weekend destinations on Friday, I boarded a 7:15 am train to London to head to the Royal Air Force Museum. Although my reading room appointment was not until 1 in the afternoon, I got to the Museum right after it opened so I could give myself plenty of time to look around at all the exhibits.

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An Afternoon with Audubon – Winterthur Week 9

Most of this last week was spent playing the print block matching game – figuring out which blocks create each print, and updating Registration’s records of those prints. Going through the prints took up most of my time, to the point where looking at prints left me feeling slightly sick, because they were all I ever saw, day in, day out.

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