The below links provide relevant information about the National Archives of Cameroon in Buea. British scholars (Edwin and Shirley Ardener), founded the archives in the 1960s. The archives includes maps, newspapers, photos and documents related to British colonial administration.
EAP506: A project that seeks to help endangered archives in western Cameroon
“The National Archives of Cameroon in Yaoundé and Buea” by Alois Maderspacher
Buea Archives To Be Digitalized
Ama Muna To Breathe Life Into Buea Archives
Cameroon: Buea – Experts Begin Digitalization of Archives
Arrey Ivo interviews Enanga Njie, a representative from the National Archives in Buea:
British colonial administration founded The Cameroon Press Photo Archive (CPPA) in Buea in 1955. The archive includes photographs of government events.
Endangered Archives Programme: The project focused on digitizing material in Cameroon’s archives.
Conference participants visiting the Buea National Archives in January 2015. The African Photography Initiatives organized the conference, “Validating Visual Heritage in Africa: Historical Photographs and the Role of the “Archive.”
Click here to learn more about the National Archives in Yaoundé
Video Projects on Daily Life in English-Speaking Cameroon: