Our home-based volunteer project, FindersKeepers, came to a conclusion at the end of 2016.  That means that our entire stock of catalogue lists is available online.  Or to put it another way, there are no remaining archive collections with catalogue lists that you can only check by looking at a paper copy in our searchroom.


This project has added over 100,000 entries to our online catalogue, opening up Derbyshire’s history to the world.  Our heartfelt thanks go to all the volunteers who have helped this project in any way.

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