Tuesday, 1 September 2015

Hammersmith and Fulham records now held at LMA

From London Metropolitan Archives:

Which records of Hammersmith and Fulham are now at LMA and why?

Hammersmith and Fulham Archives, based for many years in the Lilla Huset building on Talgarth Road, is now offering public access from the refurbished Hammersmith Library. In preparation for this move, a review of the archival holdings was carried out to help the service make some important decisions such as identifying holdings that would be more appropriately held in other collections. Following a public consultation, it was agreed to implement the recommendations of the review which included the move of certain classes of records to LMA. Nicola Avery describes the records transferred to LMA and explains how they fit into the LMA collections.

Nicola's article is accessible at www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/things-to-do/london-metropolitan-archives/the-collections/Pages/which-records-of-hammersmith-and-fulham-are-now-at-lma-and-why.aspx

(With thanks to LMA)


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