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CII puts 20th century online

The CII is putting over 1,000 documents from its archives onto its CII Library Online.

The online library contains documents delivered to the CII between 1926 and 1996, ranging from the case for and overhaul of the agency system in 1948, through automation in insurance in 1959 to the effect of mergers and large office units on staff and service to the public in 1964.

To date 300 documents have been put online, with another 700 to go live this year. The site is at www.ciilo.org

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