On 4 March 2019, Pope Francis announced the opening of the archives of the pontificate of Pope Pius XII (1939-1958) within the Vatican Archives.
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The Guardian has just released a story concerning the discovery of Hernando Colón's long-lost catalogue, the Libro de los Epítomes in the Arnamagnæan Collection in Denmark. The 2,000 page manuscript had been in the library of Árni Magnússon who had left his collection to the University of Copenhagen library as a bequest on his death in 1730.
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The Military Collection at the State Archives of North Carolina is excited to announce the recently-completed digitization effort to place all of the World War I-period press releases issued by the U.S. Food Administration online. The U.S. Food Administration--North Carolina office kept copies of the complete set (with minor gaps for some press releases that were not retained at the time of the war) of the press releases, which provide the Food Administration's rules, advice, and announcements of wartime programs.
a long and helpful blog post on "How can you help archivists to help you? Reference service from our side of the desk"
from the Peel Region Art Gallery, Museum and Archives in Ontario can be found at
here is an excerpt:
The Wiener Library for the Study of the Nazi Era and the Holocaust, at Tel-Aviv University, is pleased to launch the "Wiener TAU Online Archive:” a digitization project that gives worldwide free access to thousands of documents kept in the library’s archive.
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