Monthly Archives: January 2016

Charles Morrison’s Diary, 1 to 11 January 1863

The United Presbyterian Church, James St., Stornoway, built 1860 Thursday 1st January The year 1862 is numbered among the things that were. I ought to be very thankful to my Maker for his preserving care over me during the year … Continue reading

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C&A Modes Part I: Getting Established

Despite adding a bright splash of primary colour to British high streets, with its rainbow logo and blue/red oval badge, C&A gained a reputation for selling rather dowdy clothes. An association with cheap polyester haunted the company from the 1970s, … Continue reading

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