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Heritage Open Days 2014 – FREE to explore
Heritage Open Days returns this autumn for its fifth year, with this year’s events scheduled for Friday 3th – Sunday 5th October and Friday 10th – Sun...
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Choose from over 100 works by Archibald Knox (1864-1933).

First World War

In remembrance from now till 2018 we'll be revealing the Island lives caught up in the First World War, through service records, photographs, objects and biographies.

First World War Biographies

First World War Internment Photographs

First World War Memorials

This Terrible Ordeal Exhibits

First World War Library & Archive Collection Guide

Canon Kermode's First World War Biographies (St George's, Douglas)

First World War Photographs

We need your help to reveal more of these Isle of Man stories, whether in uniform or on the home front.

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Knox Online

2014 is the 150th anniversary year of the birth of the Manx artist Archibald Knox (1864-1933)

Archibald Knox Biography

The Deer's Cry (St Patrick's Hymn)

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Designs for Liberty & Co

Designs & Sketches

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Supported by the Isle of Man Arts Council and Island of Culture

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