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The Archives holds a wealth of fascinating institutional, personal archives and rare prints, dating from the 17th Century to the present day. The collections document the rich history of the College, and provide vital evidence for research in the arts, humanities and social science.
 
 
 

Use for front page WOLFGANG HELD'S PAPERS COME TO QUEEN MARY
11 February 2018

For our second guest post of the year, Professor Rüdiger Görner, Director of the Centre for Anglo-German Cultural Relations at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), has written about an exciting new accession to the Archives - the personal papers of the German born novelist, translator, musician and visual artist Wolfgang Held (1933-2016).

ST BARTS CATERING - "TO FEED US OR TO ANNOY US?"
5 January 2018

In a special guest post, Amanda Engineer, Project Archivist at St Bartholomew’s Hospital Archive, looks to newly catalogued material to answer the question posed by one unhappy customer, “Does the Catering Company exist to feed us or to annoy us?”

Two surviving Complaints books, 1885-1954, and a minute book of the College Catering Company, 1936-1953, available to researchers at St Bartholomew’s Hospital Archive and Museum, provide a vivid insight into the eating experience and expectations of student doctors at Bart’s during this period.

 

130 YEARS – CELEBRATING THE HISTORY OF QUEEN MARY UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
8 August 2017

Visit our exhibition exploring the defining moments and significant individuals who have contributed to the changing face of the university in the 130 years since Queen Victoria officially opened the People’s Palace.

QMUL Archives: Summer closure period
8 August 2017

The Archives of Queen Mary University of London will be closed from Monday 19th June to Friday 14th July 2017, inclusive, reopening on Monday 17 July.

1968 french uprising REBELS AND RADICALS: VOICES OF PROTEST
8 August 2017

Visit our exhibition exploring the stories where traditions were broken, where new thoughts or ideas were expressed, where voices of difference or protest were heard. Open until 19 May 2017.

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