As we publish the indexes of the early admission registers for Harris Academy, find out more about some of the pupils who attended the school.
Dundee's celebrations to mark the end of WW1 in November 1918 and on National Peace Day on 19th July 1919
We found this unusual mysterious looking photograph in one of our collections. Join us as we consider who it could be.
We take a look at an organisation set up in Dundee to help women become better citizens after they were given the vote in 1918.
In the 19th century life was hard. When times got hard the last resort was going into the Poorhouse. Read the story of one woman who appears in the Poorhouse Admission Registers.
In this lunchtime talk, Morag Allan Campbell, a PhD student at the University of St Andrews, will explore how case notes and records from Dundee Lunatic Asylum can help us to hear the voices of nineteenth century women. This talk is based on Morag's research into the records of the Dundee Lunatic Asylum held at... Continue Reading →
Go behind the scenes at the Archives on Saturday 9th March, for a chance to see some unique and interesting records relating to the history of Dundee and the women who have lived and worked here. Ranging from missionaries to shop workers and councillors to dressmakers all sorts of women and their voices are recorded in... Continue Reading →