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Movember with the Empress Rainbow Follies

2 November 2015 by Sarah Starkey

Men in formal dress with large moustaches

Detail showing some of the fine moustaches sported by the Empress Rainbow Follies. Archive reference PR/652

Every year we mark Movember, the charity moustache growing month, with our gallery of maritime men with impressive facial hair found in the collections of the Maritime Archives and Library.

Moustaches from the past is a selection of elegantly turned out men who embraced the moustache and wore it with pride – and could shave at sea in a gale. Hopefully these will inspire and encourage Movember participants in their efforts to grow their own moustaches.

This year’s two new additions to the gallery of  are the nattily dressed members of the Empress Rainbow Follies.  Read more…

Dr Richard Benjamin’s New Year wish: “A world free from discrimination and hate…”

23 December 2013 by Dickie

A photo of famous Black faces on a wall at the Museum

Nelson Mandela is on the Museum’s Black Achievers Wall. Photo copyright Lee Garland

The Long Walk continues.  Hello, it is always hard to write the final blog of the year.   Like previous years for the Museum, 2013 has been a bit of a whirlwind.   Read more…

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