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New catalogues at Cambridge and Huntingdon

Here you will find some of our recently completed archival catalogues from Cambridge and Huntingdon.  Our collections are continually growing so check back for new additions.


Records of Fulbourn Hospital


This collection documents the history of Fulbourn Hospital (formerly Fulbourn Asylum) from its inception in 1848 to the early days as part of the National Health Service. The collection is extensive and contains administrative, financial, staff, property and patient records. This material is held at our Cambridge office.
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Records of the Cambridge Federation of Women's Institutes

This collection comprises the records of the Cambridge Federation of Women's Institutes (established in 1919) and seventy-four of its current and defunct branches. The Federation records include meeting minutes of various committees, yearbooks, annual reports and newsletters. Branch records often contain meeting minutes, financial papers, annual reports and membership registers. This material is held at our Cambridge office.
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Records of the Croxton Estate


This collection was donated by the Trustees of the Estate of Lady Fox. The primary places mentioned in the records are Toseland, Yelling, Eltisley and Croxton. This collection primarily documents Croxton and Eltisley manors. The earliest records are copies of sixteenth century documents. The latest record in the collection dates to 1848. This material is held at our Cambridge office.
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Records of the Cambridge Campaign for Homosexual Equality, the Cambridge Gay Group and other Cambridge LGBT organisations

These records document a variety of LGBT organisations operating in Cambridge between the 1970s and early 1990s. Most of the records relate to the Cambridge Campaign for Homosexual Equality, a campaigning organisation, and the Cambridge Gay Group, a social organisation. The collection consists primarily of meeting minutes, correspondence and newsletters. This material is held at our Cambridge office.
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