Archives

Two watchdog groups have sued Donald Trump over White House records, accusing the president of illegally destroying communications
"I have only been queer since I came to London... before then I knew nothing about it" This surprisingly open expression
The struggle to establish Black Cultural Archives took over three decades. The NMAAHC in the United States has been 100 years in the making; however the feat has left me with an indelible mark of what is possible for Black-led organisations here; but there are some major lessons to learn to make our own mark...
They might have been the final words ever addressed by Queen Elizabeth II to her nation. With Britain on the brink of annihilation
Many emails now being created, and thus potentially archived by libraries, are the contemporary equivalent not of paper letters, but of phone calls - which, with few exceptions, were unrecorded, and really were lost to history.
For many students, the checklist of what gadgets to take to university will include laptops, televisions, iPods and cameras
A video has emerged on the internet of a university's fresher welcome video... from 1972. The video was made by the University
"Who Do You Think You Are" not only shines a light on an individual's family fortunes it also showcases the repositories of celebrities' secrets, the UK's network of libraries and archives. And the crown jewel in that network is the National Archives, in my book one of our greatest and yet unsung institutions.