Dag Hammarskjöld Library: Digitization Update – SG Bulletins & Staff Rules

Dag Hammarskjöld Library: Digitization Update – SG Bulletins & Staff Rules. “In an ongoing initiative the Dag Hammarskjöld Library’s Digitization Unit has scanned over 160 memorable Secretary General’s Bulletins, including UN staff rules, from the 1940s, 50s, and 60s. These historical UN documents contain milestone communications including bulletins addressed to the “Members of the Staff of United Nations” by Secretaries-General Trygve Lie and Dag Hammarskjöld. Since many of the staff rules have numerous amendments one can follow the path of refining for each rule, and the evolution of the Organization’s human resource topics throughout the decades.”

State Archives of North Carolina: McCrory, Hunt, and Martin Papers added to Governors Papers, Modern

State Archives of North Carolina: McCrory, Hunt, and Martin Papers added to Governors Papers, Modern. “We have added new materials to the Governors Papers, Modern digital collection. The executive orders and proclamations of Governor Pat McCrory are now available, as are the executive orders of Governors James B. Hunt, Jr., and James G. Martin.”

UK National Archives: Prime Minister’s papers from 1993 released

UK National Archives: Prime Minister’s papers from 1993 released. “Today we have released files from the Prime Minister’s Office and Cabinet Office predominantly covering the year of 1993. The newly released Cabinet Office files (CAB and PREM) shed light on a range of subjects both at home and abroad under John Major’s leadership.” A selection of the files are available online.

Citizen Times: Grant backs project to digitally preserve slave deeds across North Carolina

Citizen Times: Grant backs project to digitally preserve slave deeds across North Carolina. “Just shy of $300,000 was awarded by the National Historic Publications and Records Commission to the University of North Carolina at Greensboro to fund the expansion of a project to digitize nearly 10,000 slave deeds and bills of sale from 26 counties across the state. Once digitized, the records will go into a searchable database accessible to the public.”

National Library of Medicine: Ephemera In The Dr. Leonidas H. Berry Collection

National Library of Medicine: Ephemera In The Dr. Leonidas H. Berry Collection. “The National Library of Medicine announces new public access to more than 1,600 letters, photographs, and other materials selected and digitized from the Leonidas H. Berry Papers, 1907–1982 manuscript collection, documenting the career and personal life of the trailblazing physician and civil rights advocate. His work is recognized in the NLM traveling banner exhibition For All the People: A Century in Citizen Action in Health Care Reform; the online adaptation of the exhibition features 1,686 digitized items in a digital gallery. “

British Library: Anglo-Saxon charters online

British Library: Anglo-Saxon charters online. “In anticipation of the British Library’s major Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms exhibition, which opens on 19 October, we are delighted to have added the vast majority of our Anglo-Saxon single-sheet charters to our Digitised Manuscripts site. A full list of the 203 charters currently available can be downloaded here; we plan to add the remaining 8 charters in due course.” This article has a good overview of what Anglo-Saxon charters are if you aren’t familiar.

State Archives of North Carolina: More Historical Governors’ Papers Added to North Carolina Digital Collections

State Archives of North Carolina: More Historical Governors’ Papers Added to North Carolina Digital Collections. “The Historical Governors’ Papers collection has been going strong. In the past year, we transferred papers from North Carolina’s colonial governors into the collection. Those were originally housed in MARS, the online catalog for the State Archives, but are now available in the North Carolina Digital Collections.”