Victorian Bradford: portrait of a boom town

Munro Price
04 Aug 2020 6:00pm - 7:00pm
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Nineteenth-century Bradford was the fastest-growing town in Britain, a global city built on woollen textile production. Munro Price examines its distinctive civic ethos through one of its iconic public buildings, the Wool Exchange, and one of its most cherished ideals, Free Trade.

Talks start at 6.00pm each Tuesday and will be delivered by Zoom. There will be a short question and answer session at the end, using the Chat facility on Zoom.

Please register for a Tuesday Talk by noon on the day of the talk.

Zoom invitations will be sent out on the afternoon of the talk.

NB Start time: 6.00pm
Waiting Room open 5 minutes before.
Booking will close at 12 noon.