A professional archivist was first appointed to administer the archives in 1960. Tom Ingram was responsible for cataloguing the Nineteenth Century Correspondence Archive which he completed in the early-1970s. His detailed catalogue remains the primary finding aid. Subsequently many twentieth century archives were catalogued using traditional methods. In the 1990s this latter material, together with additional archives, was catalogued using a purpose-designed computer-based cataloguing application. Some material still awaits cataloguing.
No part of the catalogue of The Baring Archive may be reproduced without the permission of the archivists.
Note that only part of the catalogue can be viewed below. Further extracts will be added in due course. If you cannot find what you are looking for, please contact the archivist.
Click to view an overview of the House Correspondence (HC) in the Guide to The Baring Archive.
- HC1 General *Digitised*
- HC2 Statistics of General Trade *Digitised*
- HC3 British Isles
- HC4 Spain and Spanish and Portuguese Latin America *Digitisation in progress*
- HC5 North America
- HC6 Indian Sub-continent, Far East & Australasia
- HC7 France
- HC8 Netherlands
- HC9 Germany & Austria
- HC10 Russia
- HC11 Scandinavia & Baltic
- HC12 Italy
- HC13 Belgium
- HC14 Portugal
- HC15 Africa
- HC16 Reports on Business Houses *Digitised*
- HC17 Proposals for Commercial Credits and for Other Business
- HC18 Ships' Papers
- HC OS House Correspondence Old Series *Digitised*
- Northbrook Papers (Business Papers) *Digitised*
Click to view an overview of the Accounting records in the Guide to The Baring Archive.