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Coventry City Record Office: 1994 Accessions

Go to contact details in the ARCHON DirectoryCoventry City Record Office

  • 1654: Papers of Hopkins family of Coventry, 1671-1809 (18 items), including letters re the 1708 Parliamentary election in the town. List available.
  • 1669: West Orchard Congregational Church register of graves, 19th century. List available.
  • 1673: Records of Coventry Scout County organisation, c1903- 1980. List available.
  • 1674: Amalgamated Engineering Union Earlsdon Branch records, 1930s-1960s. List available.
  • 1684: Records of Coventry Section of the Institution of Production Engineers, 1970s-1980s. List available.
  • 1690: Correspondence, financial and production records of Rootes Securities Ltd, including predecessor companies, early 20thc-1980s (mostly 1940s-1960s). Approximately 100 boxes. List being prepared.
  • 1691: Historical notes of Albert Edward Wilson, local antiquarian (including extensive notes re public houses in Coventry), compiled 1940s-1994. List available.
  • 1692: Letters of Joan Thornton from Coventry, 1939-1942, including first hand accounts of the Blitz. List available.
  • 1693: Engineering machinery catalogues and operators manuals for A C Wickman Ltd, 1950s-1960s. List available.
  • 1694: Minutes of Coventry Peace Pledge Union, 1941-1945. List available.
  • 1700: Papers of Coventry and District Branch of Standing Conferences of Womens Organisations, 1970s-1980s. List available.
  • 1712: Coventry rate books, 1850-1853. List available.
  • 1714: Records of Bonds and Fords hospitals, Coventry, c1860-1974. List available.
  • 1716: Armstrong Siddeley, Coventry - mostly technical memoranda and publications re engines and aircraft production; some personnel and wages records; photographs. 20th century. 400 boxes, Index prepared by Rolls Royce Heritage Trust but no archive list available.
  • 1720: Records of Radford Congregational Church, 19th-20thc. List available.
 
 
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