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The Business Archives Council is an organisation based in London that exists to promote the preservation of business records of. .Lesley Richmond & Alison Turton. Business Archives Council, 1996.

The Business Archives Council is an organisation based in London that exists to promote the preservation of business records of historical significance. It was founded in 1934 and publishes a journal Business Archives, a newsletter, and books in conjunction with Manchester University Press and Ashgate  . Lesley Richmond and Alison Turton. Ed. The Brewing Industry: A Guide to Historical Records. Manchester University Press, Manchester, 1990.

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Lesley Richmond and Bridget Stockford, Company archives: a survey of the records of 1000 of the first registered companies in.

Lesley Richmond and Bridget Stockford, Company archives: a survey of the records of 1000 of the first registered companies in England and Wales(Aldershot, 1986). LA Ritchie, The shipbuilding industry: a guide to historical records (Manchester, 1992). Alison Turton & John Orbell, British Banking. A Guide to Historical Records (Aldershot 2001). This publication updated a previous survey.

The Business Archives Section (BAS) comprises of archivists active in the work of the Society of American Archivists .

The Business Archives Section (BAS) comprises of archivists active in the work of the Society of American Archivists (SAA) with common interests in business archives management. The conduct of business for this section is guided by the standing rules maintained on this site.

King’s Meadow Campus Ref HD2713. Manuscript Sources for British History (London, 1995).

Content covering business archive and business history initiatives . Alison Turton has been Head of Archives at The Royal Bank of Scotland Group, UK, for over 28 years.

Content covering business archive and business history initiatives around the world. Practical advice combined with thought-provoking discussion on issues hitherto little addressed. This book contains the wisdom of some of the world’s best specialists in the field of business archives. They have arduously assembled a wealth of information which makes it easy to set up a new business archive and to nurture it to becoming a useful asset for its sponsors.

Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences 'A good guide to the records of the pharmaceutical industry, this volume will be of considerable value to historians of the pharmaceutical and chemical industries.

Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences 'A good guide to the records of the pharmaceutical industry, this volume will be of considerable value to historians of the pharmaceutical and chemical industries

Lesley Richmond and Bridget Stockford, Company archives: a survey of the records of 1000 of the first registered companies in England and Wales (1986).

Lesley Richmond and Bridget Stockford, Company archives: a survey of the records of 1000 of the first registered companies in England and Wales (1986). LA Ritchie, The shipbuilding industry: a guide to historical records (1992). Peter Scott, ‘Sources on communities of British manufacturing plants and their activities’ in Business Archives Sources and History (2004). Alexis Weedon and Michael Bott, British book trade archives 1830-1939: a location register (1996).

a guide to British businesses which maintain archive facilities. 4th ed. by Lesley Richmond

a guide to British businesses which maintain archive facilities. by Lesley Richmond. Published 1997 by Business Archives Council in London.

The book, Modern Archives: Principles & Techniques, was initially published in Australia but was reissued by the . Without neglecting the traditional aspects of the administration of archives it directs special attention to the new problems which face archivists everywhere.

The book, Modern Archives: Principles & Techniques, was initially published in Australia but was reissued by the University of Chicago Press in 1956.