- Long live the Art School!: the development in Art Schools and Technical Institutes, War time art education, and Art Schools and activism, from the University for the Creative Arts.
- Sentimental journey: a focus on travel in the archives.
- The Hornung Papers the administrative records of Hornung & Co Ltd, empire builders and sugar estate owners.
- London South Bank University: collections held at the London South Bank University Archives Centre.
- Lloyds Banking Group: key corporate and historical records of the Group and the brands it brought together.
- Tessa Boffin: a photographer who specialised in LGBT issues, including work in response to HIV/AIDS and to cross-dressing.
- Women and Education: resources on Women and Education, from the Institute of Education Archives.
- Christmas at the Co-op: images of how Co-operative Societies prepared for the festive season.
- Firefighters: the records of fire and rescue and civil defence services, with an empasis on descriptions for the papers of men and women working for these services during the Second World War.
- Designs on Delivery: GPO Posters from 1930 to 1960: University of the Arts London Archives and Special Collections Centre, in collaboration with the British Postal Museum and Archive, presents the online version of the exhibition at the Well Gallery.
- The Spanish Civil War: papers of political campaigners, historians, and International Brigades volunteers, the records of aid organisations, and descriptions for collections of posters, photographs, and interviews with veterans of the Spanish Civil War.
- Pubs and Inns: breweries, licensed premises, and trade associations, plus pub users and temperance campaigners.
- Charles Darwin and the Beagle Collections in the University of Cambridge: a Voyage Round the World
- Forensics: a partial print of the history of forensic science
- Steve Cohen: lawyer and anti deportation campaigner who dedicated his life to anti-racism and anti-Semitism
- Tuberculosis: the epidemic disease tuberculosis, once known as 'consumption'
- Special feature: Manchester Histories Festival: this month sees the very first Manchester Histories Festival, an exploration of Manchester’s unique and fascinating past
- Charles Darwin and Evolution: the 200th anniversary of the birth of naturalist Charles Darwin, and the 150th anniversary of the publication of On the Origin of Species
- The Welsh in Patagonia: a Welsh-speaking settlement was founded in Argentina in the mid-19th century
To Grace Your Shelves: book design and illustration
- Shaggy Dog Stories:
writers and artists inspired by dogs
med dagen!: collections with a Norwegian flavour, to
mark the centenary of Norway's independence
us for a spin around the new Hub!: improvements and new developments in 2005
- What's in
a place-name?: linguists, geographers, and historians who have
researched place-names in the British Isles
twelve previous Collections of the Month features, plus Cyclists' Touring
- Prize Draw
Questionnaire: Archives Hub user survey
- X: general elections
in the UK.
Britain's maritime heritage
- Botany: botany
- Cor, Blust, Squit!:
dialects and vernacular culture.
- Visions of
the Future: Science Fiction authors.
- The Nobel Prizes:
awarded each December for achievements in physics, chemistry, medicine,
literature, peace, and economics.
- Dig for Victory!:
National Archive Awareness Campaign.
- Think Positive:
October 10th, 2004, is World Mental Health Day.
- The Great War:
September 1914 marked the beginning of trench warfare in Europe.
The Edinburgh Festival and other summer events.
- Cold Comfort:
Lady Jane Franklin's search for her husband's lost Arctic expedition
- Railway history: 200 years of the steam engine:
marks the 200th anniversary of the first steam locomotive to run on rails
- History of textiles: Scottish textile heritage: Scotland's textile industry
- Bicycle Clips:
bicycles, cycling clubs, and road safety
- Mass Observation
star to the right and keep on flying: A celebration of Peter
Pan and the du Maurier family
& Chief Secretaries - the Bodleian Library highlights a
group of collections relating to the British government of Ireland
- we invited visitors to complete our prize draw questionnaire.
- The Big Draw
- highlighting descriptions with artistic content, as part of "The
Big Draw", October 16th - 23rd, 2002.
- Dirty Linen
- domestic science and women's education; the exhibition at the Women's
Library ran from 26th September to the 21st December 2002.
- A Cabinet
of Curiosities - some of our more curious collections
- Collections relating to Sport;
the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony was July 25th 2002
- Science Year;
Science Year ran from September 2001 to August 2002
and Galleries Month
Brewing Archive, celebrating its 20th anniversary
- World Book Day;
Unesco's World Book Day is on March 14th
- Collections relating to the scientist Solly
- Collections relating to Scottish poet Robert
Burns (1759-1796); Burn's Night is January 25th
- Collections relating to novelist and poet D
H Lawrence (1885-1930); exhibition at the University
of Nottingham's new D H Lawrence Pavilion
- Papers of Manchester-born, Oscar-winning actor Robert
Donat (1905-1958); exhibition at the John
Rylands University Library of Manchester
Emperor penguin with the steam yacht Discovery. British National Antarctic Expedition 1901-1904.
Image copyright Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge