The Army Museum has a researchers’ service department that aims to assist researchers, scholars, and general public interested in the learning aspects related to pieces from the Museum’s collection, Archive documents and bibliographic collections preserved in the Library. Although most of the documentary and bibliographic items are available in the Archive and Library databases, the researchers service department also serves the requests related to graphical and textual data of the pieces in the Museum.
The Researchers Service Department, the Historical Scientific Archive and the Library make up the Documentation Center of the Army Museum which aims to collect and organize all documentation related to the pieces preserved in the Army Museum or with their history, both to be used by the Museum’s staff (professionals) and the public concerned (researchers, curators, teachers, artists, university students, collectors, etc.).
- Attention and guidance to the researches interested in knowing the Museum’s collections.
- Handling all requests for information authorized by the Museum Management
- Museographical, documentary and bibliographical information of the collections.
- Consultations in the hall of the Documentation Center according to the conditions and criteria set for the collection type.
Researchers who wish to study the collections must forward their request to the address of the Army Museum Management in writing, fax or e-mail email@example.com .
Documentation Center. Consultation hall.