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2022. April 25., Monday – 13:57
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Yolland Arthur (1874-1956) was a literary historian, Hungarian national champion tennis player, footballer, coach and football referee.
2022. April 11., Monday – 11:16
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The Eötvös family was promoted to baronhood in 1768 by Mária Terézia. In the family’s new coat of arms, the golden, standing griffin is a prominent element of the heart shield, which is a symbol of courage and speed.  There is a baron’s crown on top of the shield as a helmet decoration. The noble letter is on display at our exhibition „Under the spell of accuracy – The life and work of Loránd Eötvös”.
2022. March 28., Monday – 15:53
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In 1788, king József II. appointed Márton Schwartner to the Department of Diplomacy, who taught diplomacy and coats of arms and seals until his death in 1823. He was an excellent scientist, and through his work the teaching of auxiliary sciences at the University of Pest became of European standard.
2022. March 9., Wednesday – 12:49
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University curricula are available until 1995 at the Arcanum Digital Library
2022. March 3., Thursday – 10:16
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The most important legal insurance documents of the University were kept in the office of the current rector, locked in a metal box. Finally the documents were transferred to the University Library as a deposit in 1952, and after the Archives was established, the certificates were taken into its custody.
2022. February 21., Monday – 14:32
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The historian, Dániel Cornides (1732–1787) was appointed to the University of Pest in 1784 as a teacher of historical auxiliary sciences and guardian of the university library.
2022. February 14., Monday – 13:32
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In 2021, the Archives was expanded with the legacy of two prominent university professors.
2022. February 7., Monday – 15:12
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Our first special educators studied and practiced in the field of teaching deaf children in Vienna, the institute for deaf-mute people operating there since 1799. The first special education institutions in Hungary were established in the 1800s, called „philanthropic” institutions.
2022. January 25., Tuesday – 14:27
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Frigyes Dési, the meteorologist and university professor was born 110 years ago, on the 11th of January 1912.
2022. January 10., Monday – 14:11
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Ferenc Molnár was born on the 12th of January, 1878. His popular novel, The Paul Street Boys is laid in the Botanical Garden of the university. The plot takes place in 1889, although the novel itself was published in 1907. This year proved to be a turning point in the history of the Botanical Garden, as the Minister of Religion and Public Education ordered to hand over much of its territory to the buildings of the new clinics at the university. Pursuant to Article 48 of the 1908 Act the Margaret Island was designated as the new location for the Botanical Garden, and after the move, the former area of the Botanical Garden would have been given in its entirety to the Medical Faculty. Although plans were made to relocate the botanical garden to Margaret Island, the garden eventually continued to operate in its former location with a mutilated area. On the map made in 1901, the new border of the Botanical Garden was marked with a blue line and the location of the new buildings under construction was marked in red.
2022. January 3., Monday – 10:55
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The minutes of the Faculty of Humanities between 1889 and 1974 can be found on the Hungaricana portal.
2021. December 9., Thursday – 12:46
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We would like to inform our clients and researchers, that the Archive will be closed from the 20th of December, 2021 to the 3rd of January, 2022.
2021. December 1., Wednesday – 11:53
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The latest volume of our archive contains the data of the students attending higher education institutions located in Eger, the Archbishop’s Seminary and the Archbishop’s Law High School.
2021. November 8., Monday – 09:30
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On the 8th and 9th of November 2021, the sixth scientific conference entitled „Trianon and the Hungarian Higher Education” will be held.
2021. October 18., Monday – 09:40
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With the support of the National Cultural Fund of Hungary, the Eötvös Loránd University Library and Archives acquired modern storage bags for the photographs of the university history collection.
2021. September 24., Friday – 14:23
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On the 21st of September, 2021 the Hungarian Association of Higher Education Archives held a general meeting in Győr.
2021. September 20., Monday – 14:23
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Between the 24th and 25th of September, 2021 the Archival Picnic will be held for the forth time in the Budapest City Archives.
2021. September 13., Monday – 19:22
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The online services of the National Archives of Hungary and Budapest City Archives can be accessed through the Digital Archives Portal. The portal also provides a register of church and higher education archives, including our university archves. 
2021. July 13., Tuesday – 14:28
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The archives will be closed from 2nd to 19th August. From 23rd August, we look forward to welcoming our researchers and clients again. We wish everyone a good rest for the summer break! 
2021. June 30., Wednesday – 13:31
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On Friday, July 2, 2021, between 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm, the Hungarian National Archives (Budapest IX., Vágóhíd u. 7.) will hold the VII. Medieval Book Fair with the participation of nearly twenty book publishers.