The London Metropolitan Archives (LMA) are the main archives for the Greater London area. Established in 1997, having previously been known as the Greater London Record Office, they are financed by the City of London Corporation.
Based at 40 Northampton Road, Clerkenwell, London, they are close to the Society of Genealogists. The archives attract over 30,000 visitors a year and deal with a similar number of written enquiries. The LMA's extensive holdings amount to over 72 miles of records of local, regional and national importance. With the earliest record dating from 1067, the archive charts the development of the capital into a modern day major world city.
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... The LMA library started as the library of the former members of the London County council. 100,000 volumes and specialises in all aspects of London life, the growth and development of the area, its history and organisation of Local Government ... A search of the archive's stock of records can be done online by accessing the LMA website and navigating the londonGenerations search tool ...
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