By Janet Foster
Since it was once first released in 1982 British documents has tested itself because the ideal reference paintings to holdings of data and manuscript collections during the united kingdom. The third variation has been widely revised and enlarged with greater than one hundred fifty new entries, extra widening the variety of the publication. Entries are established to teach the records of the service provider as distinctive from deposited collections and important non-manuscript fabric, and extra information of fax quantity and conservation provision are integrated for the 1st time. the entire current entries were considerably up-to-date, including the pick out bibliography and record of worthy addresses of varied enterprises thinking about the care and custody of documents. The advent presents a useful consultant to researchers utilizing documents, together with a precis of the suitable laws and an in depth description of the standard holdings of county and different neighborhood authority checklist offices.
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Tel. (0171) 412 7407; fax (0171) 412 7441. The association is the UK branch of the International Association of Sound Archives. It serves as a meeting ground for individuals and organisations involved in the making and preservation of sound recordings, in whatever form, and runs training courses on the xlviii Useful Addresses management of collections. , new technology and copyright law. British Records Association (BRA) Honorary Secretary: 18 Padbury Court, London E2 7EH. /fax (0171) 7291415. The association was founded in 1932 as a national organisation to co-ordinate and encourage the work of individuals, authorities, institutions and societies interested in the conservation and use of records.
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Lowry Archive, 993 Manchester Cathedral, 796 Manchester Jewish Museum, 797 Manchester Literary & Philosophical Society, 798 Manchester Local Studies Unit, 799 Manchester Metropolitan University, 800 --,see North West Film Archive Methodist Archives and Research Centre, 806B Middleton Area Central Library, 820 Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester, 801 National Archive for the History of Computing, 802 National Museum of Labour History, 795 Nazarene Theological College, 244 North West Film Archive, 803 North Western Museum of Science and Technology, 801 Portico Library and Gallery, 804 Rochdale Libraries, 820 Royal Northern College of Music, 805 Saddleworth Museum, 864 Salford Art Gallery, 993 Salford City Archives, 414 Salford Local History Library, 994 Stockport Archives Service, 1033 Tameside Local Studies Library, 1030 University of Manchester, 806 --,see also National Archive for the History of Computing University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, 807 University of Salford Library, 995 Working Class Movement Library, 996 Vaughan Williams Memorial Library, 765 Victoria & Albert Museum, 641 --,see also Theatre Museum Wallace Collection Library, 766 Waltham Forest, see London Borough of Waltham Forest Wandsworth, see London Borough of Wandsworth Warburg Institute, 767 Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, 768 Westfield College, see Queen Mary and Westfield College Westminster Abbey Muniments and Library, 769 Westminster City Archives, 770 Westminster Diocesan Archives (Roman Catholic), 771 Westminster Medical School, see Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School Westminster School Archive and Library, 772 Whitechapel Art Gallery, 773 Whitelands College, 774 Wiener Library, 572 William Morris Gallery Library, 775 Wimbledon College Archives, 776 Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum, 777 Wodehouse Library, Dulwich College, 531 Women's Art Library, 778 Woodard Corporation Archives, 779 Working Men's College, 780 Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths, 781 Gwent Gwent County Record Office, 238 Newport Libraries, 843 Gwynedd Anglesey County Library, 477 Caernarfon Area Record Office, 142 Gwynedd Archives and Museums Service, Caernarfon, 142 - - , Dolgellau, 245 - - , Llangefni, 477 Llangefni Area Record Office, 477 Merioneth Record Office, 245 University College of North Wales, see University of Wales, Bangor University of Wales, Bangor, 45 Young Men's Christian Association, 782 Zoological Society of London, 783 Greater Manchester Chetham's Library, 792 Co-operative Union of Great Britain and Ireland, 793 Greater Manchester County Record Office, 794 John Rylands University Library, 806 Labour History Archive Study Centre, 795 Lancashire Mining Museum, Salford, 992 Hampshire Ancient Order of Foresters Heritage Trust, 1019 Army Museums Ogilby Trust, 1082 Automobile Association, 50 xl List of Entries by County Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, 411 Queen's Own Highlanders Regimental Archives, 412 West Highland Museum, 335 BP Library of Motoring, 63 Beaulieu Archive, 62 Gilbert White Museum, 1001 Hampshire Archives Trust, 1084 Hampshire County Library, 941 Hampshire County Museums Service, 1083 Hampshire Record Office, 1084 Montagu Ventures Ltd, 62 National Motor Museum, 63 Oates Memorial Library and Museum, 1001 Portsmouth Central Library, 941 Portsmouth City Records Office, 942 Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps Museum, 19 Roman Catholic Records Office, 20 Royal Marines Museum, 1024 Royal Naval Museum Archive, 943 St Michael's Abbey, 330 Southampton City Record Office, 1020 University of Southampton Library, 1021 Wessex Film and Sound Archives, 1084 Winchester Cathedral Library, 1085 Winchester College Archives, 1086 Humberside Beverley Library, 85 Brynmor Jones Library, University of Hull, 403 Hull Literary and Philosophical Society, 402 Hull Local Studies Library, 400 Hull Maritime Museum, 402 Humberside County Archive Office, Beverley, 86 - - , Grimsby, 364 Humberside Libraries, 400 Kingston upon Hull City Record Office, 401 Scunthorpe Borough Museum and Art Gallery, see South Humberside Area Archive Office South Humberside Area Archive Office, 364 Town Docks Museum, 402 University of Hull, 403 Hereford and Worcester Bromsgrove Library, 135 Elgar Birthplace Museum, 1093 Evesham Public Library, 321 Hereford and Worcester Record Office, Worcester, 1094 --,see also Worcester (St Helen's) Record Office Hereford Cathedral, 386 Hereford Record Office, 387 King's School, Worcester, 1095 Stanbrook Abbey, 1096 Worcester Cathedral Library, 1097 Worcester (St Helen's) Record Office, 1098 Worcestershire and Sherwood Foresters Regiment, 1099 Isle of Man General Registry, Isle of Man, 251 Isle of Man Public Record Office, 252 Manx Museum Library, 253 Isle of Wight Isle of Wight County Record Office, 844 Ruskin Galleries, 83 Isles of Scilly Isles of Scilly Museum, 987 Kent Bergman Osterberg Archives, 240 Bethlem Royal Hospital Archives and Museum,64 Bexley Libraries and Museums Department, 87 British Institute for Cartoon Research, 191B Bromley Public Library, 133 Canterbury Cathedral Archives, 187 Canterbury College of Art, 188 Centre for Kemish Studies, 789 Danford Central Library, 241 Gillingham Central Library, 340 Hythe Town Archives, 406 Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies, 189 Institution of Royal Engineers, 202 Kent Archives Office, Maidstone, see Centre for Kemish Studies - - , Ramsgate, see Thanet Archive Office - - , Rochester, see Medway Area Archives Office Hertfordshire Boys' Brigade, 385 Haileybury and Imperial Service College, 388 Hatfield House Library, 379 Hertford Museum, 389 Hertfordshire Record Office, 390 Rothamsted Experimental Station, 372 Royal Caledonian Schools, 141 St Albans Abbey, 976 St Albans Central Library, 977 St Albans Museum, 975 Youth Hostels Association, 978 Highland Clan Donald Centre Library, 27 Cromarty Courthouse, 232 Highland Health Board Archives, 409 Highland Regional Archive, 410 xli List of Entries by County - - , Sevenoaks, see Sevenoaks Archives Office - - , South East Kent Branch, Folkestone, 331 Kent Biological Archives and Records Centre, 790 Kent Institute of Art and Design, 188 King's School, Canterbury, 190 Lord's Day Observance Society, 134 Lydd Town Council, 788 Margate Central Library, 810 Medway Area Archives Office, 966 Ramsgate Library, 948 Raymond Mander and Joe Mitchenson Theatre Collection, 65 Rochester Bridge Trust, 964 Rochester Diocesan Registry, 965 Rochester-upon-Medway Studies Centre, 966 Royal Engineers Library, 202 Sevenoaks Archives Office, 1003 Thanet Archive Office, 948 Tonbridge Cental Library, 1055 University of Greenwich, 240 University of Kent at Canterbury, 191 Walpole Library, Canterbury, 190 Lancashire Barnoldswick Library, 224 Blackburn Central Library, 103 Blackburn College Library, 104 Blackburn Museum, 105 Blackpool District Central Reference Library, 106 Bolton Archive and Local Studies Service, 109 Bury Archives Service, 139 Colne Library, 225 Edge Hill College, 867 Haslingden Library, 377 Lancashire Central Library and Museum Service, 830 Lancashire Record Office, 944 Lancaster District Library Local Studies Department, 438 Lancaster University Library, 439 Myerscough College Library, 945 Nelson Library, 830 North West Sound Archive, 214 Oldham Archives Service, 863 Preston District Library Local Studies Collection, 946 Rawtenstall District Central Library, 949 Rochdale Libraries, Local Studies Collection, Heywood, 391 --,Local Studies Library, 963 Rossendale Collection, 949 Salford RC Diocesan Archives, 865 Stonyhurst College, 215 University of Central Lancashire, 947 Wigan Archives Service, 45 Leicestershire British Gas, 450 John Doran Gas Museum, 450 Leicestershire Record Office, 451 Loughborough University of Technology, 785 University of Leicester Library, 452 Lincolnshire Belvoir Castle, 360 Bishop Grosseteste College, 462 Boston Borough Council, 110 Lincoln Record Society, see Lincolnshire Archives Lincolnshire and Humberside Film Archive, 1026 Lincolnshire Archives, 460 Lincolnshire County Library, 461 National Primary Education Archive, 462 Royal Air Force College Archives, 1015 Spalding Gentlemen's Society, 1027 Tennyson Research Centre, 461 Co.
Tel. (01744) 22766; fax (01744) 616966. The association aims to assist all independent museums with advice and liaison with other bodies and to raise standards in the museums, many of which hold archives. British Association for Local History Secretary: 24 Lower Street, Harnham, Salisbury, Wilts SP21 BEY. Tel. (01722) 320115. Established in 1982 to supersede the Standing Conference for Local History, it promotes knowledge and understanding of local history. A quarterly journal, The Local Historian, is published as well as a Local History Newsletter, and a full publications list is available on request.