For the University of Oxford, see Bodleian Library. The University of Cambridge has a Department of Manuscripts and University Archives. The older colleges of these universities have their own archive collections, which are of interest to local historians of places where the colleges were landowners. See, for instance, the use of Trinity College, Cambridge, maps, surveys, and correspondence in David Hey and John Rodwell, ‘Wombwell: The Landscape History of a South Yorkshire Coalfield Township’, Landscapes, 7/2 (2006). Nuffield College, Oxford, and the University of Warwick have collections on †labour history. Some other universities have special collections; for example, the University of Sheffield houses the 17th‐century collection of Samuel Hartlib's papers (see also Museum of English Rural Life). For addresses, details of access, etc., see Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, Record Repositories in Great Britain: A Geographical Directory (9th edn, 1992).