This meeting will be a talk by archivologist, genealogist, social historian and author David Scrimgeour about criminal lunacy in 19th Century Yorkshire. He last spoke to the Society in May 2018 on the subject of early asylum patient photography.
The ‘doors’ will open at 7pm but the meeting won’t start until around 7.30pm. This is to give people the chance to log in to the meeting and to make sure everything is working ok (plus time to chat before the meeting starts).
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This meeting is exclusively for Members
To be fair to Members, who paid 2020 subscriptions, and only benefitted from 3 meetings, some of the 2021 Zoom “Speakers Meetings” will require a Membership. If you paid in 2020 this will also cover 2021 Membership.
If you would like to become a Member, to enjoy ALL our 2021 “Speaker’s Meetings” it is really simple. If you follow this link Membership you will find all the details you require and the link to pay online.
At £10 per year, plus an small handling fee that we are charged, it is extremely good value.