A guide to the archives and manuscripts of the Royal Society

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StatementKeith Moore ; with additions by Mary Sampson.
ContributionsSampson, Mary., Royal Society (Great Britain)
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LC ClassificationsCD1069.L76 M66 1995
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 73 p. :
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Open LibraryOL562607M
ISBN 100854035001, 0854035001
LC Control Number96146761

Manuscripts. The Society’s manuscripts cover all branches of the sciences, as well as some non-scientific material. The chronological range is from the 15th century onwards.

Some of the material can be viewed in Turning the Pages, an online gallery of some of the most important and beautiful manuscripts in our collection. Get this from a library. A guide to the archives and manuscripts of the Royal Society.

[Keith Moore; Mary Sampson; Royal Society (Great Britain)] -- The archives and manuscripts of the Royal Society provide an excellent record of the development of science in Britain since the 17th century. This work sets out in detail the archival resources. A guide to the archives and manuscripts of The Royal Society.

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You can use the search for archives option for: manuscripts. correspondence. personal papers. administrative records of the Royal Society. pictures (paintings, prints, drawings and photographs) objects. video recordings and other audio visual material.

Guide to the archives and manuscript collections of the American Philosophical Society Author: Whitfield J Bell, Jr.

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; Murphy D Smith ; American Philosophical Society. For the Royal Archives [email protected] For any other enquiry: [email protected] By post: Royal Library Windsor Castle Windsor sl4 inj By telephone: +44 (0) This is a guide to the history of the Royal Library and Royal Archives and their holdings.

First published by Royal Collection Trust York House St James’s Palace London sw1a File Size: 2MB. Information for visitors. The Library and Archives of the Royal Society are open to researchers and members of the public.

Access is free of charge. Open: 10am - 5pm Monday to Friday. Archives exist both to preserve historic materials and to make them available for use. This guide addresses the second purpose by outlining the functions and procedures of archives, and is designed both for first-time archives users and scholars who have already conducted research in archives.

The content covers: How archives function. Archives and Manuscripts is the Australian Society of Archivists' scholarly journal. It is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles about the theory and practice of archives work, or relating to archives and recordkeeping.

Inthe Australian Society of Archivists entered into a publishing partnership with Taylor & Francis. Examples: The Wisconsin Historical Society, the National Railway Historical Society, the San Fernando Valley Historical Society. Museums and archives share the goal of preserving items of historical significance, but museums tend to have a greater emphasis on exhibiting those items, and maintaining diverse collections of artifacts or artwork.

Manuscripts and archives. Sources for the world’s stories. You can access ancient, medieval, modern, and contemporary manuscript and archive material from around the world. Our collections include historical, literary, political, scientific, and religious papers as well as maps, charters, seals, rolls, and papyri.

Arabic manuscripts Our Arabic manuscripts date from the early eighth to the nineteenth century AD. Archaeological Survey of India collections A major resource both for the study of Indian architecture and archaeology. Artists’ Books & Fine Press A collection page about our fine press and artists' books.

The Royal Historical Society has a long and proud tradition of publishing across a wide range of subjects and formats. Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, our annual flagship volume, publishes RHS papers by senior and early career historians alike, covering all periods and a wide range of subject areas.

Our New Historical Perspectives (NHP) series, launched inis our new Open. • Types of Materials: Archives can hold both published and unpublished materials, and those materials can be in any format.

Some examples are manuscripts, letters, photographs, moving image and sound materials, artwork, books, diaries, artifacts, and the digital equivalents of all of these things.

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A Guide to the Papers of British Cabinet Ministers is the revised and expanded edition of a volume published by The Royal Historical Society in Up-to-date information on the papers of ministers from the first edition is provided and its scope increased to include all Cabinet ministers until the resignation of Sir Alec.

The British Library’s collection includes books, journals, manuscripts, maps, stamps, music, patents, photographs, newspapers and sound. Many of our digital collections provide material for free online.

Please come to our Reading Rooms to access material that isn’t available online. Read our subject guides to find out more about our core research areas. Guide to the manuscript collections of the New England Historic Genealogical Society Item Preview remove-circle [email protected] Scandate Scanner Scanningcenter shenzhen Worldcat (source edition) Pages: Guide to African American Manuscripts.

In the Collection of the Virginia Historical Society. A [Abner, C?], letter, 1 p. Mss2Aba1. Written at Charleston, S.C., to E.

Kingsland, this letter of 18 November describes a visit to the slave pens in Richmond. The traveler had stopped there on the way to Charleston from Washington, D.C.

Get this from a library. A guide to the manuscripts and special collections in the archives of the Falmouth Historical Society. [Charlotte S Price; Falmouth Historical Society.].

Manuscripts of Royal Society of Victoria government prize essays, ; miscellaneous files relating to the history of the society and activitities of members; scrapbook compiled by F.

Cudmore, the Society's librarian, aroundincludes news clippings relating to Society matters, copies of letters, annual reports, and invitations to. A beginner's guide to medieval Europe. Introduction to the middle ages. Christianity, an introduction for the study of art history.

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Save time writing and submitting manuscripts. 28 September by John Hammersley. developments at the Royal Society, and news and discussion pieces from across the world of scholarly communication.

Find out more about the Royal Society's journals. Subscribe to RSS. Subscribe by. This is by far the largest grouping in our archives and manuscripts collection, and dates back to the founding of the Institute in Covering all aspects of RIBA’s work, from exams to exhibitions, this is an indispensable resource for the study of the architectural profession and architectural education worldwide.

Welcome to the Internet Archive Books collection. Some books can be freely read and downloaded. Others can be borrowed and read in our online book reader. The Voynich Manuscript is a document that is notable for its strange text, that to date hasn't been decyphered.

Theories range from a secret language or code to an old sort of joke or hoax. The Manuscript Collection, which exce items, holds a rich archive of documents, private papers, research articles and memorabilia donated to the Society.

Letters from the goldfields, the log-book of the Oliver Lang (Liverpool to Melbourne ), and the diary of Rev. Francis Hales (), are examples of references which can be used.

Cambridge University Library is pleased to present the first items in its Foundations of Science collection: a selection from the Papers of Sir Isaac Newton. The Library holds the most important and substantial collection of Newton's scientific and mathematical manuscripts and over the next few months we intend to make most of our Newton papers.

This category is located at Category:Books and manuscripts in the Library and Archives of the Royal Society Note: This category should be empty. Any content should be recategorised.Search the Special Collections A to Z list. [Archive/Manuscript] Nantwich Parochial Library [Printed] National Medical Union Archive [Archive] Royal Botanical and Horticultural Society of Manchester and the Northern Counties Archive [Archive] John Ruskin Papers [Manuscript].Colonial Latin American Manuscripts in the Rich Collection by Edwin Blake Brownrigg (New York: The New York Public Library, ) Guide to the Budke Collection by John H.

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