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I am extremely grateful and indebted to the following staff at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge:

Mrs Carol Humphrey (Honorary Keeper of Textiles, Applied Arts); Dr Victoria Avery (Keeper, Applied Arts); Dr David Scruton (Documentation Manager); Mr Shaun Osborne (ICT Manager); Mr Dave Gunn (Computer Associate); Mrs Amy Jugg (Documentation Photographer); Mr Nik Zolman (Senior Chief Technician, Applied Arts); Mrs Margaret L. P. Clarke (Senior Technician, Applied Arts); Mr Andrew Maloney (Technician, Applied Arts); Mrs Anna Lloyd-Griffiths (Secretary to the Keepers) and Mrs Rachel Sinfield (Head of Education).

I would also like to thank the following:

Dr Alana Jelinek (AHRC Creative Fellow in the Creative and Performing Arts, Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge); Mrs Susan Snell (Archivist and Records Manager, The Library and Museum of Freemasonry, London); Mrs Louise Pichel (Assistant Archivist, The Library and Museum of Freemasonry, London); Mrs Lorna Cowburn (Former Librarian, Royal Masonic School for Girls, Rickmansworth); Mrs Marty House, Mr Michael Horne, Mr Tony Turner (Volunteer, Historian and Archivist, Haverhill and District Local History Group, Cambridgeshire); Mr Alan Jessopp (Missions Administrator, George Müller Foundation, Bristol); Ms Dawn Dyer (Bristol Local Studies Team), Ms Liz Wigmore (Archivist, Bury Record Office, Suffolk); Mr Peter Maplestone (Author of St Clement Danes School); Mrs Alison Kenney and archivists at London Metropolitan Archives; Mrs Wendy Graham (Archivist, The Finchampstead Society, Berkshire); Archivists at Cambridgeshire Record Office; Mrs Anne Chandler (Archives Assistant, Dudley); Mrs Linda Hadden (Founder, The Sampler Guild); Dr Aimee Newell (Director of Collections, Scottish Rite Masonic Museum and Library) and Dr Mary Brooks (Lecturer in Archaeology, Durham).