GB3451/OC/D/2001/16/2 : Digital File: 'Why Do you want to work for Chinese Arts Centre.doc'



Archival Record



Other Identifiers

OC-D-2001-16-002 (local reference number)


2009-11-26 15:14:00 (was creation date of)
2009-11-26T16:36:44 (was last modification date)

Record Resource Extent

24.5 KB

Scope and Content

Statement by David Hancock, Residency Coordinator, on why he worked for the Chinese Arts Centre.

Documentary Form Type

Information Form (hierarchy name) ➔ documentation ➔ correspondence ➔ memorandum

Language Information

English (has or had language) Latin (has script)


This document was formerly stored in OLD SERVER UP TO OCT 2013\DAVID on the legacy server (ACC/2021/01). 

Access and Use

Access status


Representation Type

mediated ➔ digital


machine-readable carrier ➔ magnetic disk ➔ hard drive

Media Type

application ➔ application/msword (Microsoft Word Document 97-2003)

Conditions on Access

This document has been closed under the Data Protection Act as it contains personal data. It has been retained as as it contains information of historical importance. The record is closed for 80 years after its last modified date (2089/11/26)

Use status

Restricted under Data Protection Act (2018)

Conditions on Use

Digital File: 'Why Do you want to work for Chinese Arts Centre.doc', David Hancock, 2007 Nov. Courtesy of the CFCCA Archive & Library, (GB3451/OC/D/2001/16/2). Copyright of David Hancock. This item is currently not available for use.

Related Content

Related People and Organisations

Hancock, David, artist (has creator)

Related Terms

Restricted under Data Protection Act (2018) (has use status)
Closed (has access status)
text (has content type)
memorandums (has documentary form type)
Originals (has record state)
hard drives (has carrier type )
digital (has representation type)
application/msword (has media type)
Microsoft Word Document 97-2003 (has file format)
English (has or had language)
Latin (has script)

Descriptive Notes


This document was processed 2021 as part of the 'Multicultural Heritage at the Crossroad: Organisational Resilience, Institutional Archive and Multicultural Voices' project with support from London Metropolitan University.

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