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Once The Rothschild Archive was established, it began to attract deposits of papers from members of the Rothschild family. The Trustees of the Rothschild Archive London are particularly grateful to Sir Evelyn de Rothschild, the late Mr Edmund de Rothschild and the Rothschild family at the Exbury estate, the Rothschild family formerly of Rushbrooke Hall and the Rothschild family formerly of Ashton Wold for depositing important collections of family archives with the Archive.
The Named Collections are discrete large collections of family papers, photographs, publications and artefacts, usually relating to a number of family members, transferred from a particular location; they are named after the place from which they were transferred, or the person to which they relate.
Access to some of these collections is restricted at the request of the donors and depositors. All papers later than 1945 are currently closed to researchers; for further information please contact The Rothschild Archive »