Documents and Publications

Books, magazines and ephemera are traditional mediums for information. There are also unpublished records such as manuscripts, literary manuscripts, typescripts, play scripts, private papers and thesis as primary materials which are valuable to future research efforts. These documents and publications help researchers understand a episode, movement or interpretation at any point of Singapore’s history, and provide opportunities to open up new fields of study. Find out more about these formats and make your contributions here.


Magazines and newspapers/ news media are valuable sources that offer information about the society. They carry information on consumer trends, gender roles, material culture, technological advancement, popular culture and so much more. If you own magazines published by Singaporeans or Singapore institutions that provides information about the nation’s history, arts and culture, do consider contributing them to us. Your contributions would help to enrich Singapore’s literary heritage so that they may be passed on to future generations. The magazine should be copyright free or owned by the contributor. For works in physical format, please convert them into digital format first by scanning. Upload your digital contributions here in PDF format with a resolution of at least 300 dpi.

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