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This tool and the data provided were funded by the Wellcome under grants 217755/Z/19/Z ‘Addressing Health: Morbidity, Mortality and Occupational Health in the Victorian and Edwardian Post Office’ and 217755/Z/19/A ‘Addressing Health: Morbidity, Mortality and Occupational Health in the Victorian and Edwardian Post Office, Research Enrichment, Public Engagement’. Thanks are due to the staff at the Postal Museum Discovery Room, our digitisation and transcription volunteers and Ancestry for help in digitising some of the sources used in producing these data.
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