UPDATED 19 July 2021
As national restrictions begin to be lifted, we are pleased to announce that our Reading Room will re-open for registered researchers from Monday 19 July 2021.
Registered members of the Rothschild Research Forum may book an appointment with us. We will endeavour to accommodate all requests for appointments, but we do not expect our offices to be fully staffed again until later in the Autumn.
Making a research visit booking
Researchers may request an appointment by emailing us here. Our usual opening times of 10 am to 4.15 pm will apply, as will our usual arrangements for document production. To avoid disappointment, it would be helpful if researchers could supply as much information as they able to about the documents they wish to request and the nature of their research interest.
Researchers intending to visit should note that some precautionary measures are still in place; these will be reviewed on 16 August.
- You should not attend in person if you: a. Have been in direct contact with anyone who has tested positive for the virus in the last 10 days; b. Display the symptoms of the COVID-19 virus;
- Track & Trace: The Rothschild Archive will need to store your name, company and contact number for 21 days for track and trace purposes; you are asked to inform us if you test positive for Covid-19 (within 10 days) after visiting us;
- Your temperature will be tested upon arrival at New Court;
- Masks: please note that New Court is considered ‘COVID Secure’ and staff and visitors are not obliged to wear a mask within the New Court building but you may if you wish.
Guide to the Archive
Researchers are strongly advised to consult The Guide to the Collections of The Rothschild Archive for detailed information about our collections.
The Rothschild Research Forum
Researchers may submit their enquiries to us via email. Contact The Rothschild Archive here »
The collections of The Rothschild Archive held in France
Records of de Rothschild Frères are held by the Archives Nationales du Monde du Travail, Roubaix, France. Please visit the website of the ANMT for further information about access to these collections here »
19 July 2021