Answers to the following FAQs appear below:
- What exactly is the Baker Street Irregulars Trust?
- Who may donate to the BSI Trust and Archive?
- Do I get any benefits from making a donation?
- Does this website show everything in the archive?
- How do I find things on this website?
What exactly is the Baker Street Irregulars Trust?
The BSI Trust is the part of the BSI focused on preserving the BSI's history and making this material available for study. The BSI Archive is located in the Houghton Library at Harvard University. For more details, see About the BSI Trust and our BSI Archive page.
Who may donate to the BSI Trust and Archive?
Anyone may donate to the BSI Trust and Archive. Please see our gifts of materials page for details on what the Trust collects. Everyone can help the Trust through monetary donations to our 501 (c)(3) organization.
Do I get any benefits from making a donation?
Besides helping to preserve the history of the BSI, donations may be tax deductible. Please see our pages about monetary donations and gifts of materials for more details. Contributions to the BSI Trust may be publicized in The Baker Street Journal, the Trust newsletter, and this website.
Does this website show everything in the Archive?
No, this site only shows a sample from the BSI Archive. Harvard's Houghton Library website shows additional material, and has an online finding aid that lists many of the items in the archive. See the BSI Archive page for more details.
How do I find things on this website?
Our Finding Information page describes how this site is organized. See also our Getting Started page for tips on using this website.