Landsarkivet for Nordjylland
- Provincial Archives of Northern Jutland
Ll. Sct. Hans Gade 5
The Archives have a collection of about 60 kilometres of records. Comprising material from state and local authorities and institutions, as well as from private individuals. The Archives were built and opened as an archival repository in 1891, following the Danish Public Archives Law of 1889. The Archives cover an area from Skagen in the north, to the old frontier at the Kongeåen – including Ribe – to the south.
Since their inception the archives have built a collection of about 60 kilometres of records, comprising material from state and local authorities and institutions, as well as from private individuals, associations and organisations, including the landed estates located in Northern Jutland. The collection covers the period from 1389 until the present day.
State authorities such as the Police, the Courts, the Supreme Administrative Authorities of the counties and the Clergy are required by law to submit records of archival value. At the Archives, the records are arranged according to the same principles as those used by the authorities that produced them.
use of database Daisy.
Tuesday to Thursday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Document ordering: Tuesday to Thursday: 9 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
The Reading Room accommodates 98 people. It is divided into two sections: the main Reading Room and the film Reading Room. Additionally there are two separate research rooms which can be used by appointment. Users are allowed to bring papers, laptops and other research aids.
All records at archival storage have been catalogued and numbered, and can be ordered using the inventories found in the Reading Room. Records are taken out by members of the staff – during weekdays, on the same day they are ordered. However, if the records requested are located in remote storage, ordering may take 2 days.
The records has to be ordered via Daisy.
In the film Reading Room you will find records of land registration, fire insurance registers and draft lists. There is a large collection of handbooks at the Archives, of which the most important are readily accessible. The staff in the Reading Room will assist you to use the records. Photocopies can be ordered in exchange for payment of a small fee.