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Records of The Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland

  • GSAA
  • Collection
  • 15th century to early 21st century


  • Records of the Academic Council, 1973-2000
  • Audiovisual material, c1950s-2000s
  • Records of the Board of Studies, 1932-1950
  • Records of the Continuing Education Department, c1988-2000
  • Records of the Assistant Director and Company Secretary, c1986-2008
  • Records of the Deputy Director, c1946-1993
  • Records of the School of Design, c1979-2001
  • Records of the Development and External Relations Office, c1997-2004
  • Records of the Director, 1846-
  • Records of GSA Enterprises, c1991-2000

[b]Ephemera collection, 1890-[/b]

The School's collection of ephemera includes flyers, programmes and tickets for events at the School, such as plays, fashion shows, charities week events, exhibitions and performances.

  • Records of the Estates Department, c1964-2007
  • Records of the Exhibitions Officer, c1990-1994
  • Records of the School of Fine Art, c1978-1999
  • Records of the Finance Officer, 1870-2000
  • Records of First Year Studies, c1988-2000
  • Records of the Board of Governors, 1847-2007

Key records include:

  • Annual reports, 1847-2000 - The School's annual reports provide information on governors, staff and prizewinning students, and sometimes but not always, a headmaster's or director's report and annual accounts.
  • Building Committee papers, 1883-1949 - Minutes, correspondence, estimates, specifications and financial records relating to the erection of the Mackintosh Building, as well as the School's extension scheme.
  • Records of House for an Art Lover
  • Records of Liberal Studies/Historical and Critical Studies, c1992
  • Records of Information Services, c1900-2004
  • Records of the Mackintosh School of Architecture, c1957-2002

[b]Newspaper cuttings, 1864-[/b]

The School's press cuttings include articles relating to staff and students.

[b]Photographs, c1880s-[/b]

The School's photograph collection provides an excellent record of events at The Glasgow School of Art, its students and their work.

  • Records of the Personnel Office, c1987-2006
  • Records of the Planning Department, 1962-1964
  • Records of the Registrar, c1881-2000

Key records include:

  • Student records, 1881-1997 - The School's student registers can provide student's names, dates of birth, dates of admission, educational background, addresses, occupations, courses taken and marks and awards gained.

[b]Prospectuses, 1893-1995[/b]

  • The School's prospectuses provide information about staff and governors
  • the organisation and administration of the School
  • Summaries of the School's curriculum
  • individual courses and tutors
  • fees
  • Scholarships and bursaries.
  • Records of the School Council, 1969-1982
  • Records of the Secretary and Treasurer, 1853-1996
  • Records of the Senior Management Group
  • Records of the School of Simulation and Visualisation
  • Records of the Staff Council, 1909-1949
  • Records of the Student Support Service

The Glasgow School of Art

Ephemera collection

Includes catalogues, programmes, flyers and tickets for Glasgow School of Art exhibitions, pageants, lectures and theatrical events as well as posters from Activities Week events and student fashion shows, dating from 1890 to the present. Ephemera also includes a collection of postcards from c1900 to the present, as well as material relating to: Glasgow School of Art's involvement with the international exhibition scene; records of the Woman's Work Exhibition, London, 1900; records of the Glasgow School of Art participation in the Glasgow International Exhibition, 1901; the Exhibition of Modern Furniture, Budapest, 1902; the Brussels Exhibition, 1910; and papers documenting the organisation of the Scottish Pavilion at the Exhibition of Decorative Arts, Turin, 1902. Some of the material is in French and Italian.

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Includes collection of modern calligraphy teaching aids and examples as well as a collection of European and Turkish medieval manuscript fragments. Also includes a leather book cover with decorative gilding and Arabic lettering.

*Not available / given

Chinese Emperor ceramic figure

Cream coloured glazed ceramic Chinese figure in court dress. Some damage (repaired) to neck and missing hands. Old paper label with no. 629/20 and 'Sch 76' in red paint inside figure suggest that it was part of the School's handling collection.

*Not available / given

Animal prints

Collection of various animal prints including sheep, cows, horses, dogs, and deer with focus on different parts of the anatomy (full body, heads, horns, hoofs, tails, etc). Many prints with French labels. Some prints signed by Robert Hills (1769-1844).

*Not available / given


Includes photographs collected by Alexander McGibbon, Charles Edward Whitelaw, and Eugene Bourdon. Also includes collection of cloud studies, copies of George Henry works, and miscellaneous photographs.

*Not available / given

Architectural prints

Includes two copies of architectural sketches for an early English doorway, entrance to Chapter House, Glasgow Cathedral. Sketch is dated 28 January 1903, supplement to The Builder's Journal and Architectural Record, measured and drawn by Charles Forsyth. Also includes collection of architectural lithograph prints, sketches, and watercolours of various locations including Paris, Rome, Cairo, and throughout the UK, some by E. Hildebrandt. Two have a stamp on corner of work, "Department of Science and Art, Specimen presented to schools". Also includes coloured prints of various rooms in the Great Kremlin Palace in Moscow, Russia. Views include halls, courtyard, indoor garden, holy vestibule, throne room. Labelled in Russian and French, some include English labels written in pencil. Also includes collection of printed architectural plans and designs including two ordinance surveys of Garnethill and City Centre/Sauchiehall St., three copies of a poster of "100 Years of British Architecture" by The Observer, a floor plan of the Great Kremlin Palace in Moscow, a poster of "James Caldwell & Co. Abbotsford Stained Glassworks" designs, and three small architectural sketches/plans/designs of Grey Friars Church in Edinburgh, Chartres Cathedral in France, and Candlish Memorial Church in Glasgow.

*Not available / given

Student Notebook, anonymous

  • DC 056
  • Collection
  • [19th century-20th century]

Student Art History notebook, contains mainly writings on Egyptian Art and Architecture, Medieval Christian Art, Flemish Art, English Art. Notebook also contains some illustrations.

Please note that this material is not yet fully catalogued and therefore some items may not be accessible to researchers.

*Not available / given

Papers of Henry Young Alison, artist and Interim Director of The Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland

  • DC 021
  • Collection
  • 1805-1972

This collection contains:

  • Family papers, 1805-1889;
  • Wartime records, 1914-1916;
  • Lectures and speeches, c1930-1950;
  • Photographs; c20th century;
  • Miscellaneous papers, c1930-1972;
  • Sketchbooks and drawings; c20th century.

This material may contain sensitive information about individuals that is protected by the Data Protection Act. Until this material has been checked for sensitive information, it will not be available for researchers. Once this Data Protection work is complete the collection will be open for access, however any sensitive information will be closed and inaccessible for 75 years from the date of creation.

Alison, Henry Young

Cloud studies

Collection of cloud and sky study photographs. Photographs are mounted on a supporting cardboard backing. Most have a stamp on the support that says "Glasgow School of Art and Haldane Academy".

*Not available / given

Charles Edward Whitelaw photograph collection

Collection of photographs of architectural exteriors and interiors of churches and other historical buildings in Ireland and France. Photographs are mounted on a supporting cardboard backing. Back of photographs have stamp "Chas. E. Whitelaw". Many photographs have handwritten titles on cardboard below the photograph.

*Not available / given

Miscellaneous photographs

Group of miscellaneous photographs that do not fit an existing theme and do not have any notes indicating a collector/tutor, except one photograph which has a handwritten note "J Keppie" (John Keppie). Includes architectural photographs and photographic prints of various artwork and ornamental details.

*Not available / given

Eugene Bourdon photograph collection

Collection of photographs of architectural exteriors and interiors of churches and other historical buildings in Italy and France. Photographs are mounted on a supporting cardboard backing. Back of photographs have stamp "Eugene Bourdon, Architecte, Diplome par le Gouvernement". Some photographs have handwritten titles on the cardboard below the photograph.

*Not available / given

Glasgow School of Art prospectuses

The prospectuses include lists of governors and staff, a brief history of the School, plans of the School, information on the organisation and administration of the School, the enrolment of students, courses, classes, lectures, fees, examinations, scholarships and bursaries, prizes, School clubs and lists of results, occupations of students and appointments.

The prospectuses frequently outline courses offered by GSA for the year, and so would have likely been published prior to this date so that prospective students could view relevant information and apply for the courses in advance.

The run is incomplete (missing years are: 1894-95, 1895-96, 1896-97, 1897-98, 1898-99, 1899-1900, 1901-02, 1903-04, 1991-1994, 2012-2013). Prospectuses are kept in chronological order, bound in the following volumes: REG/1/1: 1893-1914 REG/1/2: 1914-1934 REG/1/3: 1934-1947 REG/1/4: 1947-1959 REG/1/5: 1959-1965 REG/1/6: 1965-1971

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Records of the Director of the Glasgow School of Art

Correspondence and Working Papers of the Directors of the Glasgow School of Art from 1846 to the present day. Material from DIR/14 onwards is currently uncatalogued and therefore not accessible for researchers. Papers are arranged by Director into the sub-series below, and each sub-series is catalogued in further detail: DIR/1: Henry MacManus, Headmaster from 1844-1848 DIR/2: Charles Heath Wilson, Headmaster from 1849-1863 DIR/3: Robert Greenlees, Headmaster from 1863-1881 DIR/4: Thomas C Simmonds, Headmaster from 1881-1885 DIR/5: Francis H Newbery, Director from 1885-1918 DIR/6: John Henderson, Director from 1918-1924 DIR/7: John D Revel, Director from 1925-1932 DIR/8: James Gray, Interim Director from 1932-1933 DIR/9: William Oliphant Hutchison, Director from 1933-1943 DIR/10: Allan Walton, Director from 1943-1945 DIR/11: Henry Y Allison, Interim Director from 1945-1946 DIR/12: Douglas Percy Bliss, Director from 1946-1964 DIR/13: Harry Jefferson Barnes, Director from 1964-1980

Greenlees, Robert

Records of the Board of Governors

Papers of the Board of Governors of the Glasgow School of Art. Includes: GOV/1: Annual reports, 1847-2016 GOV/2: Minutes, 1854-2017 GOV/3: Registers of attendance, 1943-1991 GOV/4: Foundational and Legal Documents, 1842-1999 GOV/5: Property Records, 1845-1949 GOV/6: School Committee and Finance Committee requirements book, 1899-1911 GOV/7: Inventories and Insurances, 1844-1976 GOV/8: Planning Documents, 1988-2001 GOV/9: Reporting Documents, 1893-2000 GOV/10: Correspondence and Working Papers, 1854-1932 GOV/11: Bursaries, Grants and Prize Funds, 1883-1993 GOV/12: Sub-Committees of the Board of Governors, 1987-2017 GOV/13: Other Committees, 1984-2017 GOV/14: Board of Governors Biographies, c2001-2003 GOV/15: Register of Interests, 2006-2009 GOV/16: Register of Directors, 1922-2002 Access Restrictions: Most records which are over 30 years old are available for public consultation. Records which are less than 30 years old can be accessed with the permission of the head of the relevant department of the school. Records containing sensitive information about individuals have been collected into separate folders that will be closed for 75 years, in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.

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Property Records

Records relating to the properties and premises of the Glasgow School of Art. The majority of these records relate to the construction of the Mackintosh Building: the premises of the Glasgow School of Art on Renfrew Street. The erection of the Mackintosh building is well documented, and the records cover all aspects of the creation of the building from early financial records from 1883 to receipts for fittings in 1912. The records of the Mackintosh Building are divided into ten sub-series (GOV/5/1-GOV/5/9): GOV/5/1: Building Committee Papers, 1896-1910 GOV/5/2: Financial Records, 1883-1912 GOV/5/3: Subscriptions and the Building Fund, 1894-1910 GOV/5/4: The Architectural Competition, 1896-1897 GOV/5/5: Contracts, Agreements and Tenders, 1897-1907 GOV/5/6: Estimates and Specifications, 1897-1912 GOV/5/7: Receipts, 1897-1912 GOV/5/8: Plans and Outsize Material, c1909-1918 GOV/5/9: Miscellaneous, 1897-1914 GOV/5/10: The property records also include those relating to the Glasgow School of Art Extension Scheme between 1926-1934 and these can be found at GOV/5/10. GOV/5/11: The earliest property records for the Glasgow School of Art are those relating to the Ingram Street property, dating from 1845-1869, and can be found at GOV/5/11 as a later addition to the finding aid. GOV/5/12: Copies of Dispositions, 2003

Mackintosh, Charles Rennie

Ingram Street Properties

Records relating to the Glasgow School of Art's first properties on Ingram Street: GOV/5/11/1: Copy Offer letter from the Union Bank of Scotland to sell the Ingram Street property, on the corner of Ingram Street and Montrose Street, to the Glasgow School of Art for £3,500, 1845 GOV/5/11/2: Letter from Thomas Binnie and William McCall, surveyors, to the Glasgow School of Art about a valuation of the Ingram Street property at £3,870, 31 Jan 1861 GOV/5/11/3: Mutual Discharge by The Union Bank of Scotland and The Glasgow School of Design, 1869

*Not available / given

Records of the Secretary and Treasurer

Material in SEC/5 onwards is currently uncatalogued and therefore not accessible for researchers. Includes:

SEC/1: In letters, 1904-1944 In-coming letters on all aspects of the administration of the School. The series includes letters to the Director of the School as well as to the Secretary and Treasurer. The material is organised by year and then by surname.

SEC/2: Copy out letters, 1853-1944 Copies of out-going letters on all aspects of the administration of the School. The series includes letters from the Director of the School, in particular from Charles Heath Wilson, 1853-1855, as well as from the Secretary and Treasurer. The material is organised chronologically.

SEC/3: Letters to The Department of Science and Art and The Scotch Education Department, 1882-1925 Letters from the Secretary and Treasurer to the Department of Science and Art, 1882-1897, and to the Scottish Education Department, 1898-1925 relating to the administration and curriculum of the School.

SEC/4: Letters from The Scotch Education Department, 1900-1925 Letters from the Scotch Education Department to the Secretary and Treasurer relating to the administration and curriculum of the School.

SEC/5: Correspondence and subject files, 1925-1946 Subject files on staff appointments 1928-1946, students on active service 1939-1943, the School materials store 1940-1944, refectory invoices 1942-1943, and correspondence with the Scottish Education Department 1925-1944.

SEC/6: Subject files, c1933-1993 Papers and correspondence relating to all aspects of the administration of the School. Subjects include governors, staff, students, courses, scholarships, finance, bequests, exhibitions, buildings, conferences, the Academic Council and correspondence with the Scottish Education Department.

SEC/7: Subject files, 1944-1984 Papers and correspondence relating to all aspects of the administration of the School. Subjects include governors, staff, students, classes, examinations, scholarships, finance, bequests, exhibitions, buildings.

SEC/8: Income and expenditure accounts, 1899-1955

SEC/9: Estimates of income and expenditure prepared for The Scotch Education Department, 1906-1929 Estimates of income and expenditure and related papers including abstracts of income and expenditure, balance sheets, lists of salaries, lists of bursaries and scholarships, correspondence and reports from bursary holders.

SEC/10: Balance sheets, 1931-1955

SEC/11: Shop accounts, 1897-1926 Profit and loss accounts, 1901-1914: statements of accounts, 1902-1904; ledgers 1897-1926.

SEC/12: Special accounts, 1899-1902 Cash book, 1899-1902; statements of income and expenditure, 1900-1902; receipts, 1900-1902; vouchers, 1899-1900.

SEC/13: Cash books, 1897-1904

SEC/14: Class fees cash books, 1907-1946

SEC/15: Life models cash books, 1919-1934

SEC/16: Invoice books, 1897-1926

SEC/17: Returns book, 1900-1921

SEC/18: Annual subscriptions book, 1900-1935

SEC/19: Salaries books, 1900-1973 Salaries books for general staff, 1900-1969; office staff, 1934-1973; technical assistants, 1958-1969; visiting staff, 1941-1970. There is also an index of staff, 1901-1935.

SEC/20: School fee books, 1902-1935 Details recorded are registered number, name, fees for day classes, afternoon classes and evening classes. SEC/21: Receipt books, 1904-1915

SEC/22: Correspondence on accounts, 1902-1905 Letters from accountants to Edward R. Catterns, Secretary and Treasurer. Includes list of accounts referred to in 1904 audit.

SEC/23: Records relating to Prize Fund, 1896-1935 Financial records, 1896-1903; subscription book, 1900-1935.

SEC/24: Records relating to James Fleming Panel Fund, 1897-1903 In 1897 a proposal was made to mark the zeal and untiring devotion to the service of Glasgow School of Art of James Fleming, chairman of the Board of Governors. Subscriptions were obtained and a marble presentation panel was commissioned from George Frampton, R.A., sculptor. The panel was placed in the entrance hall of the new building of the School and unveiled in 1903. Includes: subscriptions book, 1897-1903; papers and correspondence relating to subscriptions, 1897-1903; receipts, 1898-1902; payment vouchers, 1897-1903.

SEC/25: Records relating to William J Anderson Fund, 1899-1901 This fund was set up for the widow and family of William J. Anderson.

SEC/26: Records relating to War Memorial Fund, 1919 In 1919, two dramatic performances were produced by Miss Dorothy Carleton Smyth in order to raise funds to provide a memorial to the men of the School who fell at the front.

SEC/27: Records relating to John Keppie Scholarships, 1923-1937 In 1923, John Keppie, an architect in Glasgow, endowed two scholarships at Glasgow School of Art, in architecture and sculpture, in order to encourage the arts of architecture and sculpture. The scholarships were worth GBP100 each and were to be awarded in alternate years to the best student of the year. The architecture scholarship was to be spent in the study of architecture in Great Britain, Europe or elsewhere or in the measuring and laying down of some building of outstanding excellence. The sculpture scholarship was to be spent on the study of sculpture in the Schools of London, Paris, Brussels, Italy or elsewhere. Includes: Deed of constitution, 1923; correspondence, 1923; financial records,1923-1937.

SEC/28: Correspondence with Carnegie Trust, 1911-1930 Correspondence on grants by the Carnegie Trust to Glasgow School of Art.

SEC/29: James Brough Memorial Prize, 1929-1936 James Brough of Jamaica Plain left a legacy in 1929 to provide a prize or prizes for the best designs for interior decoration, furniture or decorative composition. Includes: cash book, 1929-1936.

SEC/30: Records relating to Belgium Tryst Fund

SEC/31: Records relating to the Bourdon Memorial

SEC/32: Advert books

SEC/33: Diaries

SEC/34: Article 55 correspondence

SEC/35: Reports to the Scotch Education Departments (SED) Includes, amongst others, a report on GSA by Robert Anning Bell on behalf of the SED, 1903.

SEC/36: Records relating to the Centenary Fund

SEC/37: Correspondence files

SEC/38: Records relating to the appointment of the Director

SEC/39: Visitors' book

SEC/40: Fire fighters' logbook

SEC/41: Illness and accident book

SEC/42: Correspondence from students on active service

SEC/43: Records relating to staffing

SEC/44: Functions book

SEC/45: Refectory cash book and journal, 1935-1981

SEC/46: Prizes, 1890s Contains information on students who have won prizes (including National Competitions) in the 1890s. Alphabetically listed.

SEC/47: Bursaries book, 1911

SEC/48: Materials store cashbook, 1935-1947

SEC/49: Correspondence with Jordanhill, 1943-1969

SEC/50: SMS cashbook, 1947-1955

SEC/51: School notices, 1946 Further unlisted and uncatalogued material includes: correspondence and admin relating to education endowments; gifts to the School; leases of let property; receipt books; copyright and insurance. There is also general department correspondence and working papers of Frank W. Kean (Secretary and Treasurer 1968/69-1992/93). Committee papers held within this department include - Evaluation Committee, Financial Control Committee, Refectory Committee/Refectory Users' Advisory Committee, Students' Material Store Committee.

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Minutes of the Committee of Management, 1854-1892, and of the Board of Governors, 1892-2002. The minute books also contain minutes and some correspondence of a large number of committees of the Board of Governors including: the Chairman’s Committee; Finance Committee; Staff and School Committee (Human Resources Committee); Estates Committee; Audit Committee; Business Committee and a number of sub committees that change from year to year. Appendices: The minute books also contain appendices or supporting documents and papers including correspondence, reports, financial statements and press clippings. Until 1995 appendices tend to be stored pasted or interleaved within the minutes however from 1995-2002 surviving appendices have been collected and stored in a separate folder(s), labelled accordingly.

From 2003 onwards Board of Governors meeting papers, or appendices, are stored within the minute books. Minutes of Board of Governors meetings from 2003 onwards will be found amongst the papers of the next Board meeting, during which they were approved e.g. Minutes for the Board meeting of 03 Dec 2002 and found within the papers for the meeting of 06 Feb 2003.

Annual Reports and Accounts, Strategic plans, Press Clippings, and Annual Reports to Senate have been removed from the meeting papers of 2003-2014. Annual Reports and Accounts can be found at GSAA/GOV/1; Strategic plans at GSAA/GOV/8/1; Press Clippings at GSAA/NEW; and Annual Reports to Senate at GSAA/AC.

Format: From 1845-March 1909 minutes are handwritten in bound volumes. From May 1909-Jun 1955 minutes are typed in bound volumes (with the exception of GOV/2/16 which is loose). Thereafter minutes are typed and loose in folders.

The minutes up to 2002 have separate index books, and many are indexed by committee and/or subjects. From Oct 2014 Board of Governors minutes and papers are stored digitally as PDF files.

Data protection and sensitivity: Minutes over 30 years old are available for public consultation. Permission from the Board of Governors is needed for access to those which are less than 30 years old. However, minutes from 2012 onwards are published online at:,-papers-and-minutes/ please note, these may be redacted. Records containing sensitive information about individuals have been collected into separate folders that will be closed for 75 years, in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.

Volumes are as follows:

GOV/2/1: Apr 1854-Mar 1882

GOV/2/2: Apr 1882-Mar 1890

GOV/2/3: Apr 1890-Mar 1895

GOV/2/4: Mar 1895-Jun 1901

GOV/2/5: Aug 1901-Jun 1907

GOV/2/6: Sep 1907-Mar 1909

GOV/2/7: May 1909-Jun 1911

GOV/2/8: Aug 1911-Mar 1913

GOV/2/9: Mar 1913-Jun 1914

GOV/2/10: Jun 1914-Jul 1916

GOV/2/11: Oct 1916-Jun 1920

GOV/2/12: Jul 1920-Dec 1924

GOV/2/13: Jan 1925-Dec 1927

GOV/2/14: Jan 1928-Dec 1929

GOV/2/15: Jan 1930-Aug 1931

GOV/2/16: Oct 1931-May 1934

GOV/2/17: Oct 1934-Jun 1937

GOV/2/18: Aug 1937-Jul 1945

GOV/2/19: Sep 1945-Jul 1949

GOV/2/20: Aug 1949-Jul 1952

GOV/2/21: Sep 1952-Jun 1955

GOV/2/22: Sep 1955-Jun 1956

GOV/2/23: Jun 1956-Jan 1958

GOV/2/24: Feb 1958-May 1959

GOV/2/25: Aug 1959-Jan 1962

GOV/2/26: Feb 1962-Dec 1963

GOV/2/27: Jan 1964-Jun 1966

GOV/2/28: Sep 1966-Jul 1968

GOV/2/29: Oct 1968-Nov 1969

GOV/2/30: Jan 1970-Dec 1970

GOV/2/31: Dec 1970- Dec 1971

GOV/2/32: 1972

GOV/2/33: 1973

GOV/2/34: 1974

GOV/2/35: 1975

GOV/2/36: 1976

GOV/2/37: 1977

GOV/2/38: 1978

GOV/2/39: 1979

GOV/2/40: 1980

GOV/2/41: 1981

GOV/2/42: 1982

GOV/2/43: 1983

GOV/2/44: 1984

GOV/2/45: 1985

GOV/2/46: 1986

GOV/2/47: 1987

GOV/2/48: 1988

GOV/2/49: 1989

GOV/2/50: 1990

GOV/2/51: 1991

GOV/2/52: 1992

GOV/2/53: 1993

GOV/2/54: 1994

GOV/2/55: 1995

GOV/2/56: 1996

GOV/2/57: 1997

GOV/2/58: 1998

GOV/2/59: 1999

GOV/2/60: 2000

GOV/2/61: 2001

GOV/2/62: 2002

GOV/2/63: 2003

GOV/2/64: 2004

GOV/2/65: 2005

GOV/2/66: 2006

GOV/2/67: 2007

GOV/2/68: 2008

GOV/2/69: 2009

GOV/2/70: 2010

GOV/2/71: 2011

GOV/2/72: 2012

GOV/2/73: 2013

GOV/2/74: 2014 (Feb-Jun are paper records, Oct-Dec are digital files)

GOV/2/75: 2015 (digital)

GOV/2/76: 2016 (digital)

GOV/2/77: 2017 (digital)

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