The institutional archive of Queen's University Belfast comprises records pertaining to the history and development of Queen’s from its foundation as a Queen’s College in 1845 through to its establishment as an independent university in 1908 to the present day. See below for links to the Archive's digital resources. Visit the Special Collections & Archives webpages for additional information.
The catalogue is structured to reflect the work of Queen’s College Belfast, the Queen’s University of Ireland, the Royal University of Ireland and the Queen’s University of Belfast.
Cataloguing of the Queen’s University Archive collection is ongoing and further descriptions of records in the collection will become available on a regular basis.
The impact of World War One on the Queen's University of Belfast was both significant and long-lasting. There were Queen's staff and students as well as members of the local community who joined the University's Training Corps and who fought in the war and Queen's buildings and playing fields were used for military training.
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