The Cromwell Association Library
The Cromwell Association over may years acquired by gift and bequest a small library of about 500 volumes that relate to Cromwell and the Protectorate in one way or another. As the Association has never had premises of its own the library was difficult for members to use or browse in any meaningful way.
The opportunity to develop this collection was taken when the offer of depositing it in the new Cromwell Collection at Huntingdon was received. The new Collection, created with funding support from the Wolfson
British History Fund, enabled Cambridgeshire Libraries Service to work
jointly with the Cromwell Museum and the County Record Office in
Huntingdon, to build up its collection of books and printed materials
and make them more widely available.
Full details of the holdings of the Cromwell Collection
in Huntingdon can be found at:
The Collection is open for all to use and is located in Huntingdon Library, only 300m from the Cromwell Museum.
The Collection will grow over time as new material is purchased, but there are many gaps that it would like to fill. If you have a collection of books that you think might be of interest, and that you are prepared to offer to the Collection please contact in the first instance
with full details of what you may be prepared to offer.