British Library

The British Library was founded in 1972 and opened in 1973. The British Library is actually consortium of institutions united under one title: British Museum Library (St. Pancras), the National Central Library, the National Lending Library for Science and Technology, the Office for Scientific and Technical Information, and the British National Bibliography. With a collection of well over 150 million items and nearly three million new items being added each each, the British Library's collection is almost unsurpassed. The British Library has an impressive online archive that provides access o manuscripts, sound recordings, newspapers, and much more.

Type: 
Libraries and Archives
Location: 
London, UK