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Europe at Work

We invite you to share your story - through objects like pictures, letters, postcards or recipes - to contribute to the story of Europe’s changing work history.
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Your contribution
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Object 1

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When was this object created?
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Who created this item?
For example: Who took this photograph, or who wrote this recipe? If you do not know, leave this blank.
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The object I am sharing is over 140 years old
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Anyone can share and reuse your object.
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I created this object, or I have permission from the person who created it to share it
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This object is shared under a licence that allows free reuse, by anyone, for any purpose.
Anyone using the object must provide clear attribution and share any modifications they make under the same terms.
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