Answered By: Nazlin Bhimani
Last Updated: Aug 11, 2017     Views: 40

We have a number of resources that could be relevant for your research.  A quick search on the Library Catalogue lists the resources that are in the various collections.  When you click on an item of interest from the list, you will see the bibliographic or catalogue record.  If you click on the Catalogue Record, you will see the Subject headings.  These are useful as clicking on these will bring up other items in the collection that may also be relevant for your research: 

 

In addition to the materials in the Library, the Newsam Library's Archives also has primary sources of historical importance that may be useful for your research - see for example, the LibGuide on School Architecture and Design Archives and Photographic archive of the Architects and Buildings Branch, Ministry of Education, and its successors.  These guides will also direct you to other relevant collections in the Archives.

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