Archives, ToCs and Abstracts


ARCHIVES: AUTUMN 2020 ISSUE: TOC AND ABSTRACTS

CONTENTS ARTICLES Emma Markiewicz, Foreword Jeff James, The Historical Manuscripts Commission: Celebrating 150 years and looking to the future (1869-2019) Philip Gale and Elizabeth Lomas, The Historical Manuscripts Commission: An Archival Evolution Arike Oke, The Historical Manuscripts Commission at 150 Alice Prochaska, The Civic Importance of Archives OBITUARY Sonia Anderson, Felicity Strong (1935-2019) REVIEWS  A Biographical Register of the Franciscans in the Custody of York, c.1229-1539, ed. Michael J.P. Robson – reviewed by Bronach Kane, Cardiff ...

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ARCHIVES: SPRING 2020 ISSUE: TOC AND ABSTRACTS

CONTENTS ARTICLES Mandy Banton, History concealed, history withheld: the story of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office ‘migrated archives’ and the decades-long international search for redress Julia Sheppard, ‘Facts are sacred’ Penelope Baker, Preserving the BRA: Cataloguing the Association’s archives at London Metropolitan Archives NOTES AND DOCUMENTS Seumas Macdonald and John Saillant, An 1815 Latin dissertation on hysteria by ‘coloured’ Trinidadian John-Baptiste Philip OBITUARIES Richard Olney, with contributions from Robin Harcourt Williams, ...

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ARCHIVES: SPRING 2019 ISSUE: TOC AND ABSTRACTS

CONTENTS Marianne Wilson, ‘Reformation on the record’: Developing the Reformation programme at The National Archives Stephanie Thomson, What have wills got to do with it? Women’s religious patronage in early Reformation England, c.1530-1558: Evidence from the PCC David E. Thornton, The prosopography of English monastic orders at the dissolution: evidence from The National Archives assessed Simon Lambe, The dissolution of the monasteries in Somerset: The records of the Court of Augmentations at The National Archives, Kew (E 321) Sylvia Gill, ‘… for the ...

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