Virtual archives or musuems are online collections of memorabilia, often including personal reflections and memories.
University of Sussex
Fifty voices: fifty faces
is an oral history and photography project that captures the personal memories and reflections of
50 staff and students across the five decades since the University of Sussex's
opening in 1961.
The oral histories tell the individual stories behind
the institution's history and provide a fascinating account of people's
relationship with the University and what Sussex meant - and means - to
Friends of St Francis
St Francis Psychiatric
Hospital, Haywards Heath, West Sussex opened its doors to patients for
the first time in 1859. Built to house 400 patients at a cost of £46,
531. 16s. 10d, it carried on its work uninterrupted for 136 years until
November 1995, when it closed to make way for modern advances in the
community based care of the mentally ill.
The Friends of St Francis website aims to assist in
keeping alive the longstanding relationships between staff at the hospital built up over many years.
British Association of Urological Surgeons
The BAUS Virtual Museum
is devoted to the history of urology and features sections on: diseases and procedures, famous urologists, instruments, the history of BAUS and a living witness programme.