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Introduction


Archive IntroductionThe Hamilton Kerr Institute holds a number of conservation archives relating to materials, practice and images as well as a personal archive of Sir Hamilton Kerr, MP.

Unfortunately, unless otherwise specified, these archives are not all accessible for research at the present time and we apologise that we are unable to answer queries on these materials.

Funding is being sought in order to both digitise these records and to establish an Archive Centre.

The links to the left provide more information on each archive.

Enquiries should be sent to the Administrator, Sara Harrop, at: hki@fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk

 

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