Posts Tagged: history

Why 404 Errors Have the Power to Traumatise – Nicola Laurent

For those whose history and heritage is uncertain, records provide a vital role in revealing and shaping identity. Nicola Laurent writes for us from Australia about her work in ensuring information about the Former Child Migrant scheme is made available to those who need it the most.

Why 404 Errors Have the Power to Traumatise – Nicola Laurent

For those whose history and heritage is uncertain, records provide a vital role in revealing and shaping identity. Nicola Laurent writes for us from Australia about her work in ensuring information about the Former Child Migrant scheme is made available to those who need it the most.

A Recent Volunteer Project – Northamptonshire WWI Military Tribunal Papers

In this feature post, the staff and volunteers at Northamptonshire Archives Service talk about an exciting project they have just completed with rare WWI Military Tribunal papers.

A Recent Volunteer Project – Northamptonshire WWI Military Tribunal Papers

In this feature post, the staff and volunteers at Northamptonshire Archives Service talk about an exciting project they have just completed with rare WWI Military Tribunal papers.

How I Started

How I Started – Dawn Sinclair

Information professionals recount their early career experiences. This time: Dawn Sinclair, Archivist for HarperCollins Having completed my Undergraduate degree in German and Russian, I was unsure where I wanted my future to lie. After much contemplation, I remembered a childhood ambition

How I Started

How I Started – Dawn Sinclair

Information professionals recount their early career experiences. This time: Dawn Sinclair, Archivist for HarperCollins Having completed my Undergraduate degree in German and Russian, I was unsure where I wanted my future to lie. After much contemplation, I remembered a childhood ambition