Special Collections & Archives provides access to books, maps, photographs and manuscripts from the twelfth century on, and the institutional archive of Queen's University Belfast. All items held are considered to be of lasting research value.
TEMPORARY CHANGE IN ACCESS TO SOME COLLECTIONS
Due to on-going preservation work, only materials from the Hibernica collection and boxed manuscripts are available for consultation at present. Items from the Hibernica (Henry) collection are indicated on the catalogue by the prefix h/. Urgent requests for other materials will be dealt with on a case by case basis and we must be given 24 hours-notice. Please contact us at email@example.com regarding these requests.
Rare, largely unpublished material, dating from the twelfth century on.
Papers relating to politics, music and language in eighteenth century Ireland contrast with politics, culture and business in nineteenth and early twentieth century China.
The University Archive
The institutional archive of Queen's University Belfast.
Comprises records pertaining to the history and development of Queen's from its foundation as a Queen's College in 1845 through to its establishment as an independent university in 1908 to the present day.