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e-Book Public Record Office 1959-1969 download

e-Book Public Record Office 1959-1969 download

by John Davis M.D. Cantwell

ISBN: 1873162758
ISBN13: 978-1873162750
Language: English
Publisher: Natl Archives (July 1, 2002)
Pages: 194
Category: Military
Subategory: History

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The Public Record Office was established in 1838, to reform the keeping of government and court records which were being held, sometimes in poor . Cantwell, John D. (2000). The Public Record Office, 1959-1969. Richmond, Surrey: Public Record Office.

The Public Record Office was established in 1838, to reform the keeping of government and court records which were being held, sometimes in poor conditions, in a variety of places. Some of these were court or departmental archives (established for several centuries) which were well-run and had good or adequate catalogues; others were little more than store-rooms. Many of the professional staff of these individual archives simply continued their existing work in the new institution.

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The Public Record Office (abbreviated as PRO, pronounced as three letters and referred to as the PRO) was the national archive service of the United Kingdom .

The Public Record Office (abbreviated as PRO, pronounced as three letters and referred to as the PRO) was the national archive service of the United Kingdom from 1838 until 2003, when it was merged with the Historical Manuscripts Commission to form The National Archives. The office was sometimes incorrectly referred to in the plural form, as the Public Records Office.

Cantwell, John D. (1991). The Public Record Office, 1838–1958. Snooks, Graeme . McDonald, John (1986). Domesday Economy: a new approach to Anglo-Norman history. Oxford: Clarendon Press. Hamshere, J. D. (1987). Regressing Domesday Book: tax assessments of Domesday England".

John D. Cantwell, The Public Record Office, 1838–1958 (London: HMSO, 1991) . 33. Cantwell, The Public Record Office. Cantwell, The Public Record Office, 1838–1958 (London: HMSO, 1991), 5, 107–8, 183, 196, 253, 265–66, 277–81, 292–94, 317–18; Charles Johnson, The Care of Documents and Management of Archives (London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1919), 43–44. The motivation for writing this book comes from a conviction of the importance of records and records professionals in organizations and society, as well as the need to possess a stronger sense of the events, trends, people, debates, and controversies producing the modern records professions.

Book Description Public Records Office. Book Description Public Record Office, GB, 1998. Ex-library, so some stamps and wear, but in good overall condition. Published by Public Records Office (1999). ISBN 10: 187316260X ISBN 13: 9781873162606.

The years 1959-1969 saw the conversion of Britain's Public Record Office into the modern research facility it is today. The old PRO offices in Chancery Lane were increasingly inadequate but no agreement could be reached on a new facility. During the 1960s the PRO decisively shifted to meet modern demands for information. New quarters for the ever-increasing collection of documents were found in London's Kew Gardens. The organization also was modernized to meet the escalation in document processing caused by the reduction of the period before which documents could be viewed from 50 to 30 years. The modernization of the Public Record Office 1959-1969 makes for a fascinating story of the Information Age.
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