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Trondheim kommunes arkiv befinner seg rent fysisk i lokalene etter den tidligere ubåtbunkeren DORA 1. Arkivmaterialet favner både vidt og smalt, som seg hør og bør i en norsk storby. Alt i alt har vi over 20.000 hyllemeter med dokumenter, protokoller og papirer som spenner over en periode helt fra ca. 1760 og fram til i dag.

 

Her presenterer vi noe av det vi har i arkivet, og inviterer herved publikum til å komme med for eksempel kommentarer, forklaringer, transkriberinger, notater og tags (søkeord).

 

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The municipal archives of Trondheim are located in the former submarine bunker DORA 1, where we store over 20.000 shelf meters of documents, protocols and papers documenting the municipality and it’s inhabitants history in a wide variety of ways; ranging from the 1760s until today.

 

Here we present some of our material from the archives, and hereby invite the general public to investigate, comment, explain, transcribe and tag what we publish.

 

You are free to use our photos in your own projects like a website, in articles, a publication and in other relevant matters. Our photos are available in high quality and you can download directly from Flickr. All we ask in return is for you to put us as a reference, and if possible a link back to our Flickr page.

 

You might also be interested in seeing some of our material which is already available at the Digital Archives (Digitalarkivet), which perhaps is most known to be one of the best resources in Norway when it comes to genealogical research. Some of the series we have available at the Digital Archives are:

 

- The fire court of Trondheim’s income and expenses (1768 – 1828).

This source shows the fire court’s rulings as to who would receive fines; for instance by irresponsible building of chimneys, and also who would receive rewards for spotting fires and bringing water to the fire site.

 

- Searchable register showing who was vaccinated against smallpox in Trondheim (1802 – 1820)

 

- Searchable register showing the prisoner transport through the former municipality of Leinstrand (1823 – 1845); since 1964 a part of Trondheim municipality.

 

- Forced labourers in Trondheim (1850 – 1867)

 

- Searchable register showing the students and their grades at Trondhjems tekniske Læreanstalt (1870 – 1914) – this school is the direct predecessor to the Norwegian Institute of Technology (est. 1910); which in 1968 merged with the Norwegian College of General Sciences and became the University of Trondheim. In 1996 the University of Trondheim transformed into the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

 

- The municipal census 1925

 

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