Footprints: The Journey of Lucy and Percy Pepper Simon Flagg and Sebastian Circuillo 2008 National Archives of Australia and Public Record Office of Victoria, Melbourne, 132pp, ISBN 9781920807610 [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] This recently published book is another fine example of a 'demonstrative' publication often produced by museums, archive authorities and public record offices, and libraries and institutions of a similar ilk.
What does PRO stand for?
PRO stands for Public Record Office (British Archives)
This definition appears very frequently
See other definitions of PRO
We have 177 other meanings of PRO in our Acronym Attic
- Progressive Rate Optimal
- Prohibition Party
- Project Residence Office (US Coast Guard)
- Proline (Amino Acid)
- Proper Ram-air Orientation (parachute packing method)
- Propuesta Republicana (Spanish: Republican Proposal; Argentina)
- Prospect Research Online (Canada)
- Protracted Refugee and Displaced Person Operations (until May 1998; see PRRO)
- Provo (Amtrak station code; Provo, UT)
- Public Relations Officer
- Public Relations Organization (various organizations)
- Publication Requirement Officer
- Atrial Natriuretic Factor Prohormone
- Pro Tempore (Latin: For the Time Being)
- Before, in Front of (Prefix)
- Presence or Absence of Coexistent Vasopressin Precursor
- Prospective Drug Utilization Review
- Progetti Emiliani (Italian marketing agency)
- Pre-OCONUS (Outside the Continental United States) Travel File (US Army)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland could swap its old Balmoral Avenue site for a new building in the Titanic Quarter by 2010.
Liz Bregazzi is conducting an introduction to the work of the Public Record Office, at 6pm, on Thursday at County Hall.
Cheshire county council record office and the National Archives, previously the Public Record Office, also use DeepStore CAPTION(S): SAFE: Winsford rock salt mine
She started her career as a museum curator and subsequently trained and worked as an archivist at the Public Record Office (national archives of the U.
As a continuation of its role in preserving the nation's heritage, the Public Record Office today announced new measures to preserve digital material.
Documents released by the Public Record Office yesterday show pounds 527 (pounds 7200) was spent on food and pounds 719 (pounds 9850) on flowers as hundreds of guests celebrated the princess's marriage to Antony Armstrong-Jones - later Lord Snowdon.