What Special Collections do we hold?
Special Collections are items of a related topic that have been gathered together and held in special conditions because they may be rare or fragile
||News cuttings and some (little) ephemera related to the Middlesbrough iron and steel industry and Edwards’ career in local politics, 1930s–1950s.
|Cleveland Child Abuse
||Transcripts and scripts from local and national media reporting of the event and its aftermath – Recent additions to this material include statements from the enquiry (some of these records remain closed). 1987-
|Fascism Literature Collection
||Much of this is freely available on the library shelves, some is in store and some very fragile material is held in the Archive strong room, 1927-1971.
|Illustrated London News
||These volumes, due to their fragile condition, are kept in the Archive strong room
|19th & 20th Century periodicals
||Due to their fragile condition the Girls Own Paper, Boys Own Paper, Sunday at Home, The Quiver, Pearson’s Magazine, Cornhill Magazine are held in the Archive strong room.