Archiverdict aims to be a reference guide to research archives and libraries, and their holdings. Read more.
Brief details of countries (and links to the relevant Wikipedia pages etc) are included for reference, and will be developed to include lists of the various archives and libraries.
The emphasis is on accessible archives and libraries - whether public or private, national, local, university, online, transport, art, industry... - but mention can also be made of more specialist-access archives.
Topics welcome here
(Apart from descriptions of particular archives)
- Lists of archives within particular categories and regions/countries etc.
- Links to other related wikis and websites.
- Descriptions of specific archival research (overview with links, or more detailed).
- Advice on doing and organising archival research.
- How to create, develop, and look after personal and other archives (including for individuals such as authors and researchers) .
- Lists with links.
- Anything else within the broad remit of the wiki.
Original Research (as defined by Wikipedia) etc is allowed.
Rules for the Wiki
The standard rules of engagement here apply: contributions should also be relevant to the wiki.
Find an archive
To read or update an existing entry, search by keyword using the box to the left, or browse by location:
Describe an archive
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