The Angus Library and Archive are closed to researchers for the moment.
The internationally important and unique Angus Library and Archive is home to over seventy thousand printed books, pamphlets, journals and other artefacts covering the history of Baptists and nonconformists in Britain and the wider world, from the late fifteenth century to the present day.
Although Baptist history is an obvious reason for people to use The Angus Library and Archive, it is only one of many subjects that people research. The collection has also been used to research slavery, human rights, women’s rights, missionary work, geography, linguistics [we have documents in over 100 different languages], family history and so much more.
The archive of Regent's Park College is also housed here and includes some wonderful photographs of the College's early years in London, through its transfer to Oxford and its establishment as a Permanent Private Hall in 1957.
Please visit the Angus Library and Archive website to search the Collection and to find out more information about our resources and access.
There is a stair lift down to the Angus Library and Archive. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org in advance of your visit, should you need to use the stair lift.
There is no charge to access the Angus Library and Archive, but please note the following:
Many of the Angus Library's antiquarian and modern printed books have been catalogued and can be found by searching the Oxford Libraries SOLO catalogue.