Monthly Archives: September 2016

About the APML

APML logoFounded in 2004 the Association of Pall Mall Libraries grew out of an informal gathering of librarians working in the gentlemen’s clubs of London, but has grown to incorporate other club libraries, and also a number of independent and subscription-based professional libraries, both at home and abroad.

The APML aims to promote the sharing of skills, knowledge and resources between members, and to increase knowledge of the collections held by their respective institutions and, in doing so, to develop its potential as a lively, multi-talented and innovative group.

You can join in discussions of a professional nature, by applying to join our JISCMail group.

Upcoming meetings

Meeting dates for 2017

Thursday 13th July – Chatham House, 10.30 – 12.00

Talk: Kate Wilcox of the Institute of Historical Research Library and Jordan Landes of Senate House Library will be talking about the annual event, History Day. History Day brings together dozens of libraries, archives and research organisations to promote their collections and research to a mixed crowd of postgraduates, undergraduates and private researchers. Additionally, Kate and Jordan will talk about the blog they curate, History Collections, and other tools to help libraries and archives promote their collections.

Thursday 12th October – The Travellers Club

Previous meetings