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Sarah Broadhurst – Zoological Society London

11/12/2020

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Sarah Broadhurst, Archivist for the Zoological Society London, talks about the challenges that come from working as part of a small team looking after the archive of one the largest zoological collections in the world.

Those who have visited London Zoo since its foundation in 1828 may not be aware that their ticket also goes towards funding the care of the working Society's archive. Sarah talks about the impressive collection of zoological research and the Society's historic records and also discusses the importance of an Archivist's role in valuing and retaining commonplace items that provide insight into everyday life.

Photo: Jumbo the elephant with Keeper Matthew Scott and small girl, 1870. © Photograph by Frederick York, from ZSL collections.

Links

Website: www.zsl.org/about-us/zsl-library-collection

Twitter: twitter.com/ZSLLibrary

Sarah Broadhurst – Zoological Society London

Sarah Broadhurst, Archivist for the Zoological Society London, talks about the challenges that come from working as part of a small team looking after the archive of one the largest zoological collections in the world.

Those who have visited London Zoo since its foundation in 1828 may not be aware that their ticket also goes towards funding the care of the working Society's archive. Sarah talks about the impressive collection of zoological research and the Society's historic records and also discusses the importance of an Archivist's role in valuing and retaining commonplace items that provide insight into everyday life.

Photo: Jumbo the elephant with Keeper Matthew Scott and small girl, 1870. © Photograph by Frederick York, from ZSL collections.

Links

Website: www.zsl.org/about-us/zsl-library-collection

Twitter: twitter.com/ZSLLibrary

To be notified as new recordings are released, please subscribe using the button below.