The current state of the project is that all images have been scanned, tidied up
where necessary, and archived in a database. This makes them searchable and allows
attaching data and information to the pictures where available.
We are making this accessible over the internet freely to people who are interested
in the subject or are doing research. The database is kept on a Filemaker server,
and access is through this link:
You can access this by logging in as a “Guest Account” - there is no account registration
or password needed.
Navigation through the database is largely self-explanatory - the start page gives
the 5 main sections, and within each section you can leaf through the pages or use
the find, list and sort functions.
The images made directly accessible are not in full resolution due to space restrictions
and for quicker loading. But we are willing to share full-resolution pictures on
request. The same applies to the literature we have in the archive. Please use the
If the link doesn’t work please also get in touch - we are trialling this and are
keen to learn how you get on with the service.