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Archives and Special Collections

The Archives holds a wealth of fascinating institutional, personal archives and rare prints, dating from the 17th Century to the present day. The collections document the rich history of the College, and provide vital evidence for research in the arts, humanities and social science. See the blogs below to find out more about our collections or follow us on Instagram qmarchives.

Neville Lyttelton with wife Katherine and children Hilda, Lucy and Hermione at Stocks Cottage c1890 TREASURES IN THE LYTTELTON FAMILY ARCHIVES
12 May 2014

Cataloguing the many thousands of letters in the Lyttelton family archive is underway in the Archives.

Illustration of wounded soldier by Jean Cummel 1915 TREASURES IN THE LYTTELTON FAMILY ARCHIVES
20 March 2014

Cataloguing of the archives of General Sir Neville Lyttelton is now underway, and many interesting items have already been uncovered.

Black and white image of a person sitting in front of a computer 8 FANTASTIC FACTS ABOUT COMPUTING AT QUEEN MARY
20 November 2013
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Abstract painting showing world war 1 battle site showing barbed wire, trenches and smoke THE MEANINGS OF MILITARY SERVICE PROJECT
24 October 2013

The Archives has been awarded a grant from the Centre for Public Engagement.

1974 Students in Rag Week pushing a wheeled bed with balloons RARE FILM FOOTAGE OF QM AVAILABLE ONLINE
24 October 2013

An alumnus has donated a rare film of Rag Week at Queen Mary College in 1974 to the Archives.

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