61 Million Register Posts

A few weeks ago ArkivDigital reached a major milestone: 60 million newly photographed images in our online digital archive, a result of nearly 10 years of photographing. A relatively new feature for ArkivDigital is searchable name registers. Today, the number of register posts already exceeds the number of photographed images. Today, we have nearly 61 million searchable register posts divided among the following three registers:

  • Population of Sweden 1880-1920, 46.5 million posts (Sweden’s largest searchable name register!)
  • Population of Sweden 1950, 7 million posts
  • Population of Sweden 1960, 7.5 million posts

The Population of Sweden 1950 is available for all subscribers. The Population of Swedish 1880-1920 and the Population of Sweden 1960 are available to subscribers who have an All-in-one subscription. You can find more information about these registers in the following previous blog entries:

These three registers are only a beginning; more will be added in the future.

population of sweden name searchSearching in the Population of Swedish 1880-1920 Index example

Read the original blog entry in Swedish.

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ArkivDigital’s employees celebrate success in Lyrestad!

FestArkivDigital’s personnel outside the corporate headquarters in Lyrestad, Sweden.

This year ArkivDigital celebrated 10 years as a company. Naturally, we wanted to celebrate this event with all our employees!

Yesterday, Thursday, December 3rd, all our employees were invited to a meeting at our company headquarters in Lyrestad closing with a julbord (Christmas table) and festivities at the beautiful Norrqvarn Hotel and Conference Center next to the Göta Canal.

It was an extremely enjoyable gathering for all!

There was much mingling in the company headquarters. Colleagues who met for the first time got to know each other and there were many happy reunions between employees who work in different locations who seldom have the opportunity to meet. In the afternoon, Managing Director, Mikael Karlsson, and Chairman of the Board, Jan Aronson, presented to the group a summary of the past 10 years and the exciting plans for the company’s future. Then all proceeded to Norrqvarn for the evening festivities.

The elegantly prepared julbord included pickled herring, potatoes, Swedish meatballs, lutefisk and many other dishes that are associated with a traditional julbord. There was much eating, drinking and lots of laughter around the tables until the wee hours.

We wish to thank all our employees for a very special day and evening!

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