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Working on Archive Collections: A Volunteer Reflects

One of our Speak Out volunteers, Jill Allbrooke, shares some thoughts on what she has discovered in the pages of some magistrates court records held at London Metropolitan Archives. 417 more words

On visiting the London Metropolitan Archives on the last day of the vacation instead of doing necessary tasks to prepare for my return north.

There is no better way to go out with a bang.
How many ways does it need to be said?
Let’s embrace LMA and let admin go hang: 52 more words

Lines of Dissent at London Metropolitan Archives: Finding and Creating LGBTQ Histories

By Claire Hayward

On Saturday 6 December, historians, archivists and activists joined together at London Metropolitan Archives (LMA) to discuss ‘Lines of Dissent’. The 12th LGBTQ History and Archives Conference at LMA chose queer inheritance as its theme this year, which was run in collaboration with the… 852 more words

History Of Sexuality

clairelhayward reblogged this on exploring public histories and commented:

Here's my write up of the Lines of Dissent (LGBTQ History and Archives) conference, which took place at London Metropolitan Archives on 6 December.

A Queer Will: Exploring Queer Inheritance at the London Metropolitan Archives

On 6 December, I will take part in Lines of Dissent: The Twelfth LGBTQ History and Archives Conference at the London Metropolitan Archives. Co-organised with the Raphael Samuels Centre and open to everyone – you can get tickets… 436 more words

Article on 1723 oath rolls in London Metropolitan Archives

I have written a short article on the 1723 oath returns to be found in London Metropolitan Archives which has now been posted on the… 32 more words

Busy leafing through ancient texts

I feel I should apologise for the slightness of recent blog posts. The past two days have been mostly been taken up with researching the history of mile stones in Surrey Heath. 225 more words

Surrey Heath

Hidden Treasures from the Archives

We are launching our brand new series on ‘Archives and Collections’ with a piece by Howard Benge about the theme of women in construction as portrayed in an Inner London Education Authority film, part of the London Metropolitan Archives’s film collection. 880 more words