The Love That Dare Not Speak its Name

Freelance archivist Jane Speller writes:

History, and by that token the archive, is full of gaps. Often the names that are remembered are those of the great and the good. Queer histories, women’s histories and BME (Black, minority and ethnic)… Continue reading

Happy Anniversay Sahir House!

January 18th is the 30th anniversary of Sahir House! With this mind we thought you might like to take a walk through the archives with us. This post looks at the early days from 1985-1995.
Historically, the local and national… Continue reading

What the Papers Say

Freelance archivist Jane Speller writes:
Two collections of scrapbooks immediately intrigued me when I began  cataloguing the Sahir House Archive. Meticulously put together by Bob Silcock, and Michael Egerton, the press and magazine cuttings chart the coverage of HIV… Continue reading

Sahir House hands over history

Monday the 12th of January 2015 saw the start of an important project to catalogue the Sahir House Archive.  This highly significant archive evidences the vital support provided by Sahir House to people living with and affected by HIV… Continue reading