Brazil's Constitution

National Archives of Brazil

The National Archive of Brazil deposited historical documents such as the first Constitution of the Monarchy from 1824, the first Constitution of the Republic from 1881, and historical photos of the law abolishing slavery in 1888. “We are proud to create history for Brazil by being part of this important moment; to deposit in the Arctic World Archive the most important documents from the 16th century until the 20th century. By doing this, we ensure that future generations will have access to this information.” Mr. José Ricardo Marques, Director of National Archives of Brazil

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Other collections

Vatican Library

Ancient manuscripts from the Vatican

The Vatican Library built on its previous deposit with more ancient manuscripts, making it the Archive’s largest contributor. The 60...

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Felipe Gónzalez Foundation

Spanish political memories

Fundación Felipe Gónzalez deposited important political memories, including transcripts of secret meetings, photographs, letters and handwritten notes by the sitting...

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Utah Valley University

Collections from National Archive of Namibia

Utah Valley University (UVU) is a public university in Orem, Utha that is engaged in digital preservation education and activities....

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