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Alumni and Staff are invited to share their memories of Greenbank House for a new University project to record the 230 year history of the building.
Adrian Allan (Diploma in Archives & Record Management 1965), who served as University of Liverpool Archivist until his retirement in 2008, is keen to hear from former students and members of staff, who have memories of Greenbank House, the former home of the Rathbone family.
Perhaps you have stories from when the house served as an annex of Derby Halls of Residence between 1948 and 1962 or as a social centre for staff and students from 1964 until 1985?
Adrian hopes to include alumni recollections and photographs in a printed a history of Greenbank House to be published next year, once the major building conservation works have been completed and the house re-opens after years of closure.
If you would like to contribute your memories or photos of Greenbank House, please contact the Alumni Relations team via: email@example.com.
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