Sheffield Archives

Sheffield Archives
52 Shoreham Street
Sheffield
South Yorkshire
S1 4SP
England

Website

Our Website

www.sheffield.gov.uk/archives

E-mail

archives@sheffield.gov.uk

Telephone

0114 203 9395

Fax

0114 203 9398

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Sheffield Archives
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Sheffield Archives collects, preserves and lists written and other records relating to Sheffield and South Yorkshire, and makes them available for reference and research.
The records date from the 12th century to the present day and include: - business records, ecclesiastical records, family and estate records, local government records, local public records and records from individuals.

Venue Type:

Archive

Opening hours

Mon-Thur 10.00-17.30
Fri Closed
Saturday 9.00-13.00 & 14.00-17.00

Closed Every Friday
Closed Bank Holidays

Extensive collections of manuscripts reflecting the history of Sheffield and South Yorkshire from the 12th century onwards.

Resources listed here may include websites, bookable tours and workshops, books, loan boxes and more. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all.

Children and families

Events and resources for children and families

Disability Access

All public facilities are on the ground floor. There are toilets for the disabled. There is an induction loop and magnifying/electronic microform viewers

Online Study Guides

Titles include:
First Labour MP for Sheffield
Hillsborough Stadium Disaster, 1989
House History
Influenza Pandemic, 1918
Lesbian and Gay History
Miners Strike 1984-1985
Sheffield Flood, 1864
Slave Trade and Abolition
Womens Suffrage
World War One

Research and Adult Learning

Teaching and resources available for HE/FE students.
Adult lectures and workshops are held.
Library.
Research Facilities

Schools Services and Facilities

Teaching and resources available for primary and secondary schools, including class viisits.

Victorian Voices

http://www.mylearning.org/overview.asp?journeyid=258

Thousands of children were employed in the steel and cutlery industries in Victorian Sheffield and in 1862 a Royal Commission investigated the conditions in the factories where children worked. This resource has children's exact words and phrases recorded for the Commission.

Publisher

  • This resource was produced as part of the MLA-funded My Learning project.
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