One of the first large-scale projects undertaken by the Crick History Society was the systematic collection and digitisation of as many old photographs, postcards, letters and other early visual records as possible. An appeal was launched, and the response was extremely good - many Crick people kindly allowed their treasured memories to be digitally scanned so that others could share in the village's heritage.
In order to keep track of the provenance of every image, they are grouped in a series of "image galleries", and each gallery corresponds to one of the donors.
New image galleries are regularly added, and a selection of the content may be browsed/downloaded via the links below:
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