Europe and meYoMem - Young Messengers of European Memory
I explored the history of Sutton and Sons a company that produced seeds and plants for horticulture for over one hundred years. In particular how they worked in Europe and across the world, linking Reading to the continent and beyond.
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The idea came about by working with the Royal Horticultural society on a project about their collection of seed catalogues.
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