Tuesday 5 November 2013

Formation of the Archive of St. Etienne

Unto the people of the northlands, again, greetings from THLaird Colyne Stewart,

In a further effort to preserve our kingdom's rich history I implore anyone thinking of throwing away old copies of kingdom, baronial, canton, shire, stronghold, principality or guild publications to instead consider donating them to the Archive of St. Etienne*.

All publications will eventually be scanned (though not posted to the internet, so as not to violate any copyrights). Scanned copies will be made available to readers upon request. Print copies will be made available for perusal at events, but this will need to be set up in advance with our archivists.

If you are interested in donating newsletters or other publications, please contact me via email or through Facebook.

If you are interested in becoming an Archivist, please contact me and let me know!

Yours in service,

Colyne Stewart

* The Archive is named after Etienne de l'Isle (a pen name of Duke Sir Finnvarr) who wrote the first Chronicle of Eoforwic.

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