Since it was founded in 1935, Atria has collected the archives of women and their organisations. It now manages more than 700 different archives of both individuals and groups, which occupy around 1,500 linear metres. The oldest archive dates from 1870 and new ones are still being added. In these archives, you will find diaries, letters, manuscripts, drawings, photo albums, etc.


Consulting an archive

Atria has an extensive collection of interesting archives. There is plenty of space to consult the archives in our library and study hall. There is a description or inventory available of every archive on our website. Over 60 archives are accessible digitally. Do you want to come to Atria to consult the archives? Please fill in the form below.

Some archives are located in external depot. Processing a request for consultation of these archives takes a few days.

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