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Collection Summary

Collection Title
Biology Collection
Description
The Trust has a small collection of British lepidoptera
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Strength(s)
The Trust has a small collection of British lepidoptera
Date range of collection
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Accumulation Dates
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Suggested Audience
Not Specific
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Location Details

Shakespeare's Birthplace And The Shakespeare Centre
Henley Street Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6QW
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DOMUS
WM000029 
Email
museum@shakespeare.og.uk
Telephone
01789 204 016
Fax
01789 296 083 
Building Information
A 16th.C. house with strong documented connections with William Shakespeare. It also has a long history as a literary shrine.
Collections Overview
The purpose of the Trust's collecting is to assemble material which relates to the family, life, times and works of William Shakespeare. The material in the collection covers most disciplines. The Trust is also responsible for the care and general management of the renowned archive of the Royal Shakespeare Company (see entry for that institution).
Display Overview
The display objective is to present the house as a middle-class family home of the 1570s. Currently the displays include material that falls outside this time parameter; the Trust aims to achieve more consistent displays in the near future.
Star Objects
Portrait of Shakespeare by Gerald Soest The High Cross market cross base The birthplace building itself
For details of other collections held at the same location: See the location record

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