Other library and archive catalogues
London Metropolitan Archives holds records and archives relating to London which, when taken together, constitute a history of the city and its surroundings over a period of almost 1000 years. Note: this should not be confused with the Archives of London Metropolitan University (which is one of this institution's Special Collections)
Library Hub Discover offers access to details of materials held in a number of UK national, university and specialist libraries. If it is realistic to do so, you could consider visiting another library to view your required item - be sure to look up their opening times and visitor policy first to be certain that the item is going to be available to you on the day of your visit. Alternatively, having checked first that this University does not hold the item, you could use the information from Library Hub Discover to place an Interlibrary loan request.
- The Association of Performing Arts Collections
(APAC) is the membership organisation for professionals, specialists, and other individuals working with or interested in performing arts heritage in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
- Black Cultural Archives
Black Cultural Archives collect, preserve and celebrate the histories of people of African and Caribbean descent in the UK and to inspire and give strength to individuals, communities and society.
- Women’s Library
The Women’s Library collection tells the story of the campaign for women’s rights and women’s equality from the beginnings of the suffrage movement to the present day.
- British Architectural Library
The Royal Institute of British Architects owns one of the largest and most diverse architectural collections in the world.
- Wellcome Collection
Major global resource for the study of medical history and a growing collection of material relating to contemporary medicine and biomedical science in society.