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  • Archives of Queen Mary College and predecessor bodies, East London College, East London Technical College, People's Palace Technical Schools, People's Palace, c1887-1989 (Ref no: QMC).

  • Archives of Queen Mary, University of London, formerly known as Queen Mary and Westfield College, 1989-Present (Ref no: QMW).

  • Archives of the People's Palace, c1885-1939, (Ref no: QMC/PP).

  • Personnel records of Queen Mary College, c1952-1990, (Ref no: QMC/HR).

  • Principals' records of Queen Mary College, c1910-1990, (Ref no: QMC/PS).

  • Archives of Westfield College, early 16th century - 2010 (Ref no: WFD), WFD catalogue.pdf

  • Archives of Westfield College Association, 1900-1901, (Ref no: WFD/WCA) WFD-WCA catalogue.pdf.

  • Prints and artwork dating between the early 16th century - 1968, collected by Westfield College, (Ref no: WFD/PRINT), WFD-Print catalogue.pdf

  • Records of the Westfield Trust, 1908-2010, (Ref No: WFD/WT), WFD Trust catalogue.pdf

  • Provides electronic access to collection level descriptions of the archives of over one hundred higher education institutions, learned societies, cultural organisations and livery companies within the greater London area, including the archives of Queen Mary, University of London.

  • A national gateway to descriptions of archives in UK universities and colleges.

  • A2A is part of the UK archives network. The A2A database contains catalogues describing archives held locally in England and Wales and dating from the eighth century to the present day.

  • The hospital museums tell the stories of these renowned institutions, and the archives consist of records that need to be permanently preserved for legal, financial and historical purposes. They include the Archives of St Bartholomew's Hospital Medical College, London Hospital Medical College and Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry.

  • 14 million books, 920,000 journal and newspaper titles, 58 million patents, 3 million sound recordings, manuscripts and archives and much more.

  • Latest news, exhibition reviews, links, listings and education resources from thousands of UK museums, galleries, archives and libraries.

  • Genesis supports research into women's history. It consists of a database with descriptions of women's history collections from museums, libraries and archives in the UK and a guide to international web resources on women's history.

  • London Metropolitan Archives (LMA) is the largest local authority record office in the UK. It holds archives, modern records, plans, audio-visual and printed material, dating from 1067 to 2006 and is part of the History of London Collection.

  • The NRA contains information on the nature and location of manuscripts and historical records that relate to British history.

  • Contributes to the broader mission of the University of London, by providing resources to support research, to the highest international standards, and to support undergraduate and postgraduate learning in a research environment. Collections include archives and manuscripts concerning the history of the University of London.

  • Collections concern history of Tower Hamlets from 16th century to present, including over 20000 books and pamphlets, photographs and illustrations, newspaper cuttings, digital picture gallery, maps and plans, local authority records, deeds, and documents relating to institutions.

  • The Women's Library is a cultural centre housing the most extensive collection of women's history in the UK.

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