I used to stay in London regularly about 10 years ago, when I was doing research at the Public Records Office
Anne Craig from the Public Records Office
of Northern Ireland said: "It might be easy to label it 'Dad's Army with pigeons' but the British Army used about 250,000 homing pigeons during World War Two.
By comparison, the UO public records office
is known statewide for its delays, high fees and heavy redactions, Harbaugh said.
The two blocks of six and seven storeys will be located between Belfast Metropolitan College s Titanic Quarter Campus and the Public Records Office
for Northern Ireland.
In preparing this work, Newell relied upon documents in the Public Records Office
in London, the Rhodes House Library in Oxford, and the Nigerian National Archives.
More should have been done and there is little in the way of an official public records office
, which both keeps a record of events and makes this record available to the public.
THERE ARE serious problems in the law regarding the freedom to access documents at the Public Records Office
(PRO), the House Human Rights Committee heard yesterday.
The organization, which counts SABMiller, Constellation Brands and Molson Coors among its members, paid the money to Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld in 2007, the Senate's public records office
said late last week.
The public records office
executive director should be appointed by the State Ethics Commission, which oversees the office, not by the governor.
The firm will advocate on prescription drug issues, including pricing, imports and safety, according to the Senate's public records office
Each analysis addresses the aircraft's war record, performance characteristics, and intelligence history--the latter reflecting the amount of actual information we had on German aircraft during the war, some of it just now declassified from the British Public Records Office
All the documents relating to the case were at the Public Records Office
, in Kew.