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The following links and web resources have been identified as being of particular interest to, or relevance for, researchers using our collections.

University of Westminster Archive Serviceswebsite contains information on our opening hours and how to make an appointment, as well as links to our other online resources.

The Polytechnic Magazine 1879-1960 has been digitised and made available online free of charge.

The Magic Lantern Society comprises collectors, enthusiasts, students of film, visual media and popular culture, magicians, artists, performers and archival organisations from over 30 countries - all sharing the same enthusiasm for the magic lantern and its history.

Harold Beck, former pupil at the Polytechnic Secondary School has created a website detailing his experiences as an evacuee during World War.

The Polytechnic Football Club is based in Chiswick.

The Poly Netball Club is based in North West London.

The Quintin Boat Club is based in the University of Westminster's boathouse at Chiswick.

The Quintin Kynaston School, formerly the Polytechnic Secondary School established by Quintin Hogg, is now based in St John's Wood.

AIM25 (archives in the London and the M25 area) is a project funded by the Research Support Libraries programme. The AIM25 site provides networked access to descriptions of the archives of over 100 Higher Education institutions, royal colleges and societies of medicine and science in the M25 area.

The Archives Hub is a project funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee. The Archives Hub site provides a national gateway for access to archives and manuscript collections in the higher education sector.

The ARCHON Directory includes contact details for record repositories in the United Kingdom and also for institutions elsewhere in the world which have substantial collections of manuscripts noted under the indexes to the National Register of Archives

A2A is part of the UK archives network. The A2A database contains catalogues describing archives held locally in England and Wales and dating from the eighth century to the present day.

The National Archives is the UK government's official archive. Their website contains information about the records of central government and the courts of law as well as advice on Records Management and other archival issues.

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