The British Institute of
Organ Studies


The British Organ Archive


Holy Trinity, Tottenham, London
  1838 John Gray/1860 Henry Willis

The British Organ Archive

(BOA) has joined other Special Collections in the new Cadbury Research Library on the Edgbaston campus of the University of Birmingham. The Cadbury Research Library is situated on the Lower Ground Floor of the Muirhead Tower. Entry is at ground-floor level with full disabled access throughout. Once inside the entrance hall press the lift button for the Lower Ground Floor [LG] and this will show you the correct lift to take you down to the Cadbury Research Library [there are no buttons within the lifts themselves].

Most of the Primary and Secondary source collections currently held by BIOS are available for research, many on fiche, film or disc. Full location and transport details can be found at www.special-coll.bham.ac.uk and information about the British Organ Archive and other Collections can be found at www.calmview.bham.ac.uk.

To contact the Cadbury Research Library, send an enquiry e-mail to special-collections@bham.ac.uk or telephone 0121 414 5839. A limited search facility is available through the Library should you wish to check that the information you are seeking is currently available within the British Organ Archive prior to making a visit.

Opening hours are from 09:00 until 17:00 from Monday to Friday with a later opening time on Monday morning of 10:00 and a later closing time on Thursday evening of 19:00. [The Library is closed on Saturday and Sunday]. In order to use the Cadbury Research Library you will need to be issued with a Special Collections Card which is specific to this establishment. On your first visit please bring with you two forms of identification which contain your name, printed address and signature [e.g a driving licence]. The blue County Archive Research Network Reader's ticket is not valid for use at the Cadbury Research Library.

University of Birmingham, Cadbury Research Library website

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