Angus Library & Archive, The

Regent's Park College, Pusey Street
Oxford OX1 2LB

Leading collection of Baptist history and heritage. The Angus Library and Archive has extensive archive collections including manuscript collections from key Baptist people such as William Carey, CH Spurgeon, Joshua and Hannah Marshman and William Ward, EA Payne, and JH Rushbrooke. It also holds manuscripts for leading Baptist families such as Angus, Steele, Whitaker, and Reeves.

Bodleian Library

Catte Street
Oxford OX1 3BG

The Bodleian Libraries of the University of Oxford form the largest university library system in the United Kingdom. They include the principal University library - the Bodleian Library - which has been a library of legal deposit for 400 years; major research libraries; and libraries attached to faculties, departments and other institutions of the University.

JTrails - National Anglo-Jewish Heritage Trail

c/o Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, Yarnton Manor
Yarnton, Kidlington OX5 1PY

The history of the Jewish community in England stretches back well over 1,000 years. JTrails, is working to raise awareness of this rich, but often unknown, history and heritage among both Jews and non-Jews alike, and to encourage individuals to understand their own roots as well as the fascinating origins of the community and its contribution to the history of England.

Museums Resource Centre

Cotswold Dene, Witney Road, Standlake
Witney OX29 7QG

The centre houses the county's major reserve collections of archaeology, social history, crafts and arts. It is a resource for new and changing exhibitions countywide, for private and academic research and local communities who are interested in their local heritage.

Oxfordshire Health Archives

The Warneford Hospital, Warneford Lane
Oxford OX3 7JX

Oxfordshire Health Archives selects and cares for the historic archives of NHS hospitals in Oxfordshire and provides advice on the management, care and disposal of recent records. We care for the archives of twenty two Oxfordshire hospitals, eight administrative bodies and several nurse training schools, as well as the collections of such related bodies as Leagues of Friends and Nurses' Alumni organizations.

Oxfordshire History Centre

St Luke's Church, Temple Road, Cowley
Oxford OX4 2HT

Oxfordshire Record Office, Oxfordshire Studies and Oxfordshire Health Archives are now all in one building where you will find a variety of resources for researching family history, house history and local history.

Soldiers of Oxfordshire

Access is via The Oxfordshire Museum, Park Street
Woodstock OX20 1SS

Soldiers of Oxfordshire - Conflict and County focuses on the experience of local people affected by war at home and abroad, with displays and activities to engage families, schools, life-long learners and social and military researchers alike.

Witney & District Museum

75 High Street
Witney OX28 6JA

The museum is situated in a traditional Cotswold stone building that was formerly the home of Malachi Bartlett, a prolific Victorian builder. The ground floor contains a large gallery containing local history displays, while the upper floor contains a large gallery used for temporary displays and two smaller rooms, one of which is furnished as a traditional Witney kitchen of circa 1953. Collections: The collections reflect the social, industrial and military history of the township of Witney and the surrounding area. Local industries such as blanket-making and brewing are represented, and there are, in addition, large archive and photographic collections.