This is an overview of new sources, projects, and websites that were announced last month.
- The town records of Baarle-Nassau, Chaam, and Diessen before 1811 have been scanned and are availble via the finding aids at the Regional Archives of Tilburg website (see links at bottom).
- The Regional Archives of Tilburg has made several old movies of the Tilburg region available via their image bank.
- Two Frisian newspapers are now available via the Súdwest-Fryslân municipal archives: the Bolswarder Nieuwsblad 1962-1975 and Sneeker Nieuwsblad 1962-1970.
- The complete population registers of the city of Utrecht (1850-1912) have been digitized and indexed. You can search them at the Utrechts Archief website.
- Abstracts of notarial records of Alblasserdam 1813-1925 are now available via GeneaScript.
- The index of proclamation books (announcements of real estate transactions) for Dokkum, 1582-1645 are now available via the Historical Society for North-East Friesland.
- The Groninger Archieven have digitized announcement posters from World War II. They are accessible via the finding aid.
- The Atlas of Mutual Heritage has a new website, providing information about the Dutch East India Company and the West India Company. You can click on places to get maps or topographical information.
- The Rotterdam City Archives have expanded their free scanning-on-demand service. This service is now available for 177 collections, via the finding aids. See Dutch Archives that provide Free Scanning on Demand for instructions.
- The Gelders Archief has expanded their free scanning-on-demand service. Scans of government records that are more than 90 years old can now be ordered via the finding aids. This used to be 110 years. A list of archives available after 90 years is available (PDF).
- The Royal Library has acquired a medieval book of hours with 14 miniatures, created in Zwolle. The manuscript will be digitized and presented on the Royal Library website. [Source: Collectie Overijssel]
- Volunteers are working on indexing the death records of North-Holland 1961-1970. See Vele Handen.