Month: June 2017

Fever, flagstones, and flushing: an introduction to York’s health care records

Fever, flagstones, and flushing: an introduction to York’s health care records

The cataloguing strand of the Past Caring project has now reached an important juncture. In April I completed work on the records of York’s Poor Law Union and Workhouse. With the help of our magnificent project volunteers, we have created over 2700 entries, which will be available on our online catalogue next year. The Poor … Continue reading Fever, flagstones, and flushing: an introduction to York’s health care records

Call for Preservation Volunteers

We're currently looking for volunteers for the Past Caring Project! If you are interested in the Archives or enjoy doing practical work (no computers involved!) this is the role for you. No prior preservation experience is necessary. You will be handling original nineteenth and twentieth-century records: cleaning; relabeling; repackaging; with the potential for more in … Continue reading Call for Preservation Volunteers