Repositories of records in the United Kingdom.
A2A database contains catalogues of archives held across England and dating from the 900s to the present day.
A major national gateway to archive collections held in UK universities and colleges, forming part of the National Archives Network.
An online searchable catalogue of document collections in record offices, universities, museums and libraries in Wales.
Portal to an electronic directory of repositories holding manuscript sources for British history and Web based information on archival resources.
Archives of the London institution founded in 1247 as a priory, but which has been for most of its history a hospital for people with mental illness.
The national repository of manuscripts and private papers and archives. They contain material of outstanding research importance for all periods, countries and disciplines. Online catalogue.
Preserves the historical information of British Telecommunications plc and its predecessors from the early part of the nineteenth century up to the present day.
The historic library of the archbishops of Canterbury, and the principal library and record office for the history of the Church of England.
Aims to conserve and document the heritage, artefacts, history, traditions and records of the people connected with Britain's mountainous areas.
Houses the UK's most important collection of documents relating to the history of computing, and encourages interest and study in the history of computing more generally.
PRONI is the official place of deposit for public records in Northern Ireland. Includes location, visitor information, virtual tour, publications and indexes to records held.
Provides access to many valuable resources for those interested in Scottish history.
A forum for users, owners and custodians of Scottish historical records; the provider of conferences, training events and publications about Scottish history and archives.
Visitor information, details of collections and exhibitions, online catalogue, and educational resources. Located in Camden.
Promotes and manages the UK's archival collections. Details of collections and services, information for visitors, and an online search.
A statutory body which offers advice to Ministers on matters relating to the keeping of public records in Scotland and on issues of importance to the archive community. News, meetings, members and publication scheme.
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