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Opening of the historical archives of the European Communities to the public.
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Opening of the historical archives of the European Communities to the public. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities ; [Washington, D.C.]: [European Community Information Service, distributor], (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book.
Legal Basis and History. The Historical Archives of the European Union was established in following the regulation by the Council of the European Communities and the decision by the Commission of the European Communities to open their historical archives to the public.
A subsequent agreement in between the Commission of the European Communities and the. Access to the EU's historical archives is subject to the year rule, which means that the files are opened to the public 30 years after they were produced. European University Institute – Historical archives of the EU.
The Historical Archives of the EU are administered by the European University Institute of Florence. European Communities, later European Union (). Recent EU General Reports are available online. Subject-specific annexes to the General Reports (social policy, agriculture, competition, etc.) EU Bulletin, chronicling the main activities of the EU's various institutions (ECSC, EEC, Communities).
The Historical Archives of the European Union is part of the European University Institute. In fact, the HAEU’s establishment in Florence was closely linked to the EUI’s own founding research mission to study the history and development of Europe.
The EUI was set up in a convention by the founding members of the European Communities. Contact +32 (0)2 99 66 [email protected] Planning your visit Before coming, contact us so we can make your visit as convenient as possible: If you already have the references of the files that interest you, please send them to us at least 3 working days ahead of your visit, so we can make sure those files are available for you on-site (not all documents are kept on-site.
The history of our Library dates back to the middle of the 18th century, when the abbot Carlo Giuseppe Vespasiano Berio () opened his private library to the public. In the 19th century the volumes of the abbot’s private library were donated to the City of Genoa; this marked the opening of the first public library of the City ().
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The process of opening up the Agency's historical record began in the s when then Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) William Casey authorized the declassification and transfer of nine million pages of OSS records to the National Archives and established the Historical Review Program.
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The book plate collection received by the West Chicago Public Library District was the result of Ms. Anthony's effort of collecting book plates over a year time period.
Her book plate collection consists of approximat book plates, is international in scope, and was at one time considered by many librarians to be second only to that. These Archived Collections are stored in a climate controlled archives room and arranged in these categories: Personal, Congregation, Conference, Institution, and Miscellaneous.
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“For the first time in history we have the opportunity to do transnational comparative. It brought the construction and opening of the first underground shaft-mine in southeast Kansas near the present-day village of Scammon, in the north-central portion of Cherokee county.
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13 Cf. Alexandrina Buchanan, ‘Strangely Unfamiliar: Ideas of the Archive from Outside the Discipline’, in Jennie Hill (ed.), The Future of Archives and Recordkeeping.
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The Historical Archives of the European Union: "The Historical Archives of the European Union (HAEU) were opened on 13 December as part of the European University Institute in Fiesole/Italy.
Since then, the European Communities' files, produced in Brussels and Luxembourg, have been deposited centrally in Florence and are kept here in their. The mantra of CDL: “Own one, loan one.” The idea is that a library can make a choice of lending either a physical copy or a digital version of a book.
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Date Created: April Date Modified: September The author of this article is solely responsible for its content. Beginning in Decemberthe online platform Europeana will host about one million historical images coming fresh from the archives of nine European news agencies participating in the EURO-Photo project: ANSA in Italy, belga in Belgium, dpa in Germany, EFE in Spain, Lusa in Portugal, MTI in Hungary, PAP in Poland, Scanpix in Denmark and epa worldwide.The history of European archives or the development of the European archival profession can only be discussed superficially as single entities.
Nevertheless, there is a tendency recently to harmonize European archival legislation and practices, if not to unify them.European Economic and Social Committee logo. Jacques Delors building, which houses the EESC and the European Committee of the Regions. Abbreviation: EESC: Motto: United in Diversity: Formation.