Saturday, 27 July 2019

National Records of Scotland head interviewed in Broadsheet

The latest issue of Broadsheet (49) carries an interview with the new Chief Executive of the National Records of Scotland, Paul Lowe, and Laura Mitchell, Deputy Keeper of the Records of Scotland.

Amongst othjer articles there is also an indepth piece reflecting on the commemorations of the Iolaire disaster of 1919 by Seonaid McDonald, archivist at Tasglann nan Eilean, and a focus on thirty years of work by the Ballast Trust in preserving business and technical records.

Broadsheet is freely accessible at https://www.scottisharchives.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Broadsheet-49.pdf

Chris

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