02/09/2018 | News release | Distributed by Public on 02/09/2018 20:37
February 9, 2018
The stories that form the collective history of BC's Capital City are now more accessible through a new City of Victoria Archives Online Search, a searchable database containing over 10,000 digitized archival photos and records.
For the past 50 years, the City of Victoria Archives has been the caretaker of these unique records, carefully stewarding the stories of Victoria's past. Now through the Archives Online Search these stories are even easier to find and access.
The Archives Online Search uses AtoM, an open source, standards-based application. AtoM is an acronym for Access to Memory. AtoM is used by many other Canadian archives and international institutions, including BC Archives, The World Bank, NATO and UNESCO.
The City of Victoria Archives continues the legacy left by Ainslie Helmcken, who became the City's first archivist in 1967. The Archives continues this stewardship of the City's historical records and enabling open access to this material.Go to Top
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