A Tweeted History of Minton (WHoM:6)

We’ve reached week six of our ongoing #WadsworthsHistoryofMinton mega-thread round-up, where we bring together the previous week’s @MintonArchive tweets from Philip and Zillah Wadsworth’s “Minton” manuscript.

If you’re new to this Archive-related endeavour we recommend checking out our very first blog on the topic as it covers the what, the why, and the how (but maybe not the how long for – it’s a 40,000 word document after all!). As always you can skip back to any of the previous WHoM instalments using the links below, and if you’re not on Twitter but would still like a more realtime feel to your updates you can follow our tweets via RSS instead.

Catch up with previous A Tweeted History of Minton posts using the links below:

WHoM:1
(01/04/20 – 07/04/20)

WHoM:2
(08/04/20 – 14/04/20)

WHoM:3
(15/04/20 – 21/04/20)

WHoM:4
(22/04/20 – 28/04/20)


WHoM:5
(29/04/20 – 05/05/20)