The aim of the Scottish Archive of Print and Publishing History Records is to record the social, economic and cultural history of the Scottish printing and publishing industry in the twentieth century. Undertaken in partnership with a number of Scottish organisations, its results will provide a better understanding of an important and overlooked part of Scotland’s past heritage.
The Scottish Cultural Resources Access Network offers a wealth of visual resources relating to Scottish history and culture. Projects 59 and 60 relates to the history of printing and publishing with specific reference to the Edward Clark Collection.
The Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing provides a global network for those interested in the history of the book.
The Scottish Printing Archival Trust was founded in 1988 with the aims of:
Recording information, instituting research and acquiring material relating to the technological, social, educational and historical development of Scottish printing.
Conserving and making available knowledge and examples of Scotland’s printing heritage.provides a global network for those interested in the history of the book.