The #IndustrialHeritage campaign in collaboration with CAMERA and PENTESILEA was launched on the 5th of November. A list of published documents here

Every Monday and Wednesday we will post about the documents & records that tell the history of Europe at work on our social media channels.

We invite everyone to follow the hashtag #IndustrialHeritage and to contribute to the dissemination.

This is the list of all documents, in chronological order. They can also be accessed on our Pinterest page.

Royal decree by which the King will offer protection to artisans building in Valencia machines necessary to proceed against the king of Mallorca (Spain, 1343)

Book of the workers of the mint in Barcelona (Spain, 1441)

Coinage in the Toledo Mint (Spain, 1475)

The request of the shipowners and fishermen to keep a privilege granted by Fernando IV (Spain, 1480)

Libro de compras of Jaime Eimeric, Master of the mint of Barcelona (1482)

Licence to produce and sell soap as issued for the Council of Cáceres (Spain, 1501)

Manual on how to manufacture fabric (Spain, beginning 18th cent.)

Horrockses, Crewdson and Co, cotton manufacturers from Preston, Lancashire (UK, 1712-1965)

Freedman’s tags from Hungary (Hungary, 18th cent.)

Privilege from the tailor and cropper guild of Zilah (Hungary, 1797)

Wool example of the sheep living in Szatmár County on the demesne of the Károlyi family (Hungary, 1806)

The "Lady Isabella" - Records of the Great Laxey Mining Company Limited, Isle of Man (UK, 1840s-1910s)

Plan of the train tracks from Massiac à Murat (1861-1866)

The Schneider pavillion at the 1867 World Exhbition (France, 1867)

Achilles Kouppas Machine Manufacturer (Greece, 1882-1900)

Pulp and paper mill Skotfoss Bruk (Norway, 1893) 

Vallø Oil Refinery and storage facility outside Tønsberg (Norway, 1905)

Baptism of the first “Pourquoi-Pas?” (France, 1908)

View into the boiler house at C-mine in Winterslag (Belgium, 1910s)

The mining industry in Kings Bay (Norway, 1916)

Karl-Otte factory in the village of Niedersachswerfen (Germany, 1921)

Lithuania: changing everyday life (Lithuania, 1920s-1930s)

Albania: from the mines to luxury products (Albania, 1920s-1940s)

Design drawing of a steam ship of 1,000 ton deadweight built to serve as a cargo ship at Boelwerf in Temse (Belgium, 1930)

"Booklet for girls" as delivered by the Temse City Council to workers at the Jutespinnerij NV Dacca (Belgium, 1930s)

Fibra Comercial Lusitana (Portugal, 1934)

A view into the shoemaker workshop at the Industrial and Commercial Company of Caoutchouc (Albania, before 1944)

French civilians helping the U.S. Army engineers to repair the ties of a railroad (France, 1944)

Situation of the industry under German occupation (France, 1944)

Production of refridgerators at the factory K. Pettersens Sønner (KPS) in Sarpsborg (Norway, 1952)

Innovations at the "muba", the textile industry's fair in Basel (Switzerland, 1952)

Drying plant for tobacco leaves (Switzerland, 1953)

Working at the shipyards in Aker and Bergen (Norway, 1954/55)

Women in industry and science - from the production of margarine, candy, cigarette paper, yarn and stockings (Norway, 1950s)