Tag Archives: "archives"

Bradford University Charter
4 Oct, 2018

Celebrating Archives: Bradford University Archives

University of Bradford Special Collections has over 100 collections over 1.5 kilometres of shelves: archives, rare books, photographs, maps, drawings and digital media, offering a wonderful range of primary sources for both study and enjoyment. The University of Bradford became a home for a new chair in Peace Studies in 1973.  The department thrives to […]

Southampton University archives
27 Sep, 2018

Celebrating Archives: Southampton University Archives

Celebrating your archive With 6.5 million manuscript items and 50,000 printed books, the University of Southampton’s Special Collections provide a resource of remarkable richness and depth. Southampton is also home to one of the largest Jewish archives in Western Europe; the Division has more than 850 collections of manuscripts of Anglo-Jewish archives. This makes Southampton an important […]

Crest of the Schools of King Edward VI
20 Sep, 2018

Celebrating Archives: King Edward School Archives, Birmingham

RQG member Linda Newey approached The Schools of King Edward VI in Birmingham (KES) several years ago, when researching a former pupil.  She states “My first enquiries were answered by email, when the archivist Alison provided me with copious information including a pupil record card and digitalized copies of the school journal.  A few years […]

St Bartholomew’s Hospital archvies
13 Sep, 2018

Celebrating Archives: St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London

Barts Health NHS Trust is one of the largest acute healthcare Trusts in the UK, and is made up of 5 hospitals serving a population of over 2 million people across the City and East London. The archives held by the Trust reflect a tradition of caring for patients spanning nine centuries, from the foundation […]