Lincoln Record Society partner with PastView for digital access & discovery (Preview)



Lincoln Record Society provide access to records dating back to 1072 AD 

Lincoln Record Society was founded in 1910 with the primary objective of printing records and documents pertaining to the ancient diocese of Lincoln, which stretched from the Humber to the Thames. The society has seen a total of one hundred and fourteen volumes published during its time, benefiting the society’s worldwide individual and institutional members who, amongst them, consist of leading university and national libraries. Their material is of specific appeal to amateur and professional scholars and research students alike.  

We are, of course, absolutely thrilled that the PastView publishing platform offered Lincoln Record Society exactly what they were looking for as they boldly made the move to digital, monumentally opening up their archive and broadening the scope for access and discovery.


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