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Institute of Engineering and Technology Library and Archives

Savoy Place
London, WC2R 0BL

United Kingdom

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Web site: http://www.theiet.org/about/libarc/

Description: The IET Library is a world-class collection of digital and printed resources on all areas of engineering and technology. We specialise in electrical, electronic, control and manufacturing engineering, telecommunications, computing and IT. Our collection contains 65,000 printed books and 3,500 journals and magazines on these subjects.

The IET Archives collects and preserves the IET’s records since its foundation in 1871, also holding collections related to the history of science, engineering and technology (SET) since the fourteenth century. It holds a range of media covering manuscripts, printed materials, films, photographs, technical drawings, maps and plans. The highlights of the collections include the papers of Michael Faraday, Sir Francis Ronalds and Oliver Heaviside. There is also a large corporate archive recording the activities of a number of engineering businesses since the early nineteenth century and the archive of the Women’s Engineering Society (WES).

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