Glasgow City Archives

Mitchell Library, North Street
Glasgow G3 7DN

Glasgow City Archives is part of Culture and Sport Glasgow which delivers cultural services on behalf of Glasgow City Council.

Glasgow University Archive Services

Archive Services, University of Glasgow, 13 Thurso Street
Glasgow G11 6PE

Glasgow University Archive Services is a unique learning and corporate heritage resource that is an inspiration for all. We hold the records that document the history of the University and its management, staff and students from its foundation in 1451 to the present day. We also have one of the largest collections of historical business records in Europe and it includes much of the archive of Scottish industries such as banking, retail, distilling and shipbuilding.

Glasgow Women's Library

23 Landressy Street, Bridgeton
Glasgow G40 1BP

Glasgow Women's Library is a provider of information by and about women. The library collection comprises information broadly in the following sections: reference, reports, work, education, politics, feminist theory, history, violence against women, abuse, pornography issues, prostitution, lesbian lives and cultures, young women, women of colour, women in global contexts, myth, goddesses and religion, travel, peace and war, sport, fiction, poetry, literary theory, autobiographies and biographies, drama, art, architecture and older women.

Maryhill Burgh Halls

10-24 Gairbraid Avenue
Glasgow G20 8YE

The restored Burgh Halls recaptures the splendid historic beauty of this treasured building, and now provides the local community with a modern public hall, a cafe and heritage exhibition space.

Mitchell Library Family History Centre

Family History Centre, Level 3, The Mitchell Library, North Street
Glasgow G3 7DN

We can help you discover and learn lots of information and skills to help you trace your family history.

Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Glasgow Library & Archives

Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, 232-242 St Vincent Street
Glasgow G2 5RJ

Founded in 1599, the RCPSG enjoys a history spanning four centuries. Collections: The collection spans the 15th to the 20th Centuries, and includes many of the key medical, anatomical and surgical texts of the 16th and 17th centuries, being particularly strong in the areas of anatomy, medicine, surgery, botany and materia medica in the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries.

Scottish Screen Archive

1 Bowmont Gardens
Glasgow G12 9LR

The Scottish Screen Archive was established in 1976 and is a department of Scottish Screen, a publicly funded organisation. The main purpose of the archive is to locate, preserve and provide access to Scotland's moving image heritage. Collections: Principally non-fiction, the collection comprises some 32,000 reels and videotapes. The nature of the holdings includes topical, documentary, educational, promotional, industrial and amateur material as well as Gaelic language productions.