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The Kartini Letters and Archive: the struggle for gender equality

  • ID 15032 ID-ANRI Kartini
  • Collection
  • 1879 - 1904

The documents in these collections form an integral basis for understanding the life and ideas of Raden Ajeng Kartini (1879-1904). Kartini's letters, which are kept in Dutch institutions, represent the source and foundation of her ideas, while the impact of those letters on education, emancipation and the struggle for gender equality can be found in the Kartini archive in Indonesia.
Already during her short lifetime until the present day, Kartini has been a major inspirational force in Indonesian and international debates on education, feminism, and gender equality

Indonesian Sugar Research Institute’s Archives 1887-1986 Period: The Role of ISRI’s Research Activities to the World Sugar Industry

  • MOWCAP 2024
  • Collection
  • 1887-1986

The Indonesian Sugar Research Institute (ISRI/P3GI) is a research institute founded in Pasuruan City by sugar industrialists on July 9 1887. It was first established under the name Proefstation Suikerriet Oost Java. ISRI is the spearhead in the development of the sugar industry, especially in the Asia Pacific. ISRI has played a big role in the development of sugar dynamics in the world,
one of which is the discovery of POJ 2878 which is worldwide. The Indonesian Sugar Archive describes the process of building a scientifically based sugar industry. The existence of sugar archives in Indonesia and elsewhere shows the importance of scientific research as a pillar of the world sugar industry, especially since the last decades of the 19th century.
Until now, this institution is called The Indonesian Sugar Research Institute (ISRI). ISRI has an important role in supporting the sugar industry in the Dutch East Indies and the world. The archives of the proposed sugar research institute are kept by the East Java Provincial Government through the Library and Archives Service and partly by the Indonesian Sugar Research Institute
(ISRI/P3GI).
Several stored archives contain information on the results of long-standing international collaboration between sugar research institutions, which has become the scientific basis for world commercial sugar production, sugar research, technological developments, international cooperation, and the latest discoveries related to the world sugar industry.
The ISRI’s archives proposed in MOWCAP are in the form of textual archives with a total of 174 archive numbers stored at the East Java Province Library and Archives Service. The total number of archives is 108 in the form of textual archives about research and 68 are archives about administration and 67 are photo archive numbers. Besides that, there are 18 textual archive
numbers and 2 photo albums stored in the ISRI’s Library.

Arsip Jaringan Dagang Batik Lasem Awal Abad 20 (1900 - 1942)

  • Collection
  • 1900 - 1942

Arsip Jaringan Dagang Batik Lasem Awal Abad 20 (1900-1942) berjumlah 192 lembar arsip tekstual dalam 3 Bahasa (Melayu-Tionghoa, Belanda, Mandarin), berisi informasi jaringan dagang batik Lasem yang terkenal dengan julukan Tiongkok Kecil menjadi salah satu produsen batik terbesar di Hindia Belanda bersama Pekalongan dan Solo. Jaringan dagangnya meliputi Sumatera, Jawa, Kalimantan, Sulawesi hingga Banda serta negara jajahan Inggris seperti Singapura dan Malaysia. Koleksi ini memiliki nilai penting sejarah, kebudayaan, ilmu pengetahuan, pendidikan, dan jati diri bangsa yang berkaitan erat dengan:

  1. Keberadaan arsip tekstual di Museum Nyah Lasem menggambarkan pergerakan ekonomi, politik dan sosial mikro di kawasan Lasem (Kabupaten Rembang) yang berhubungan dengan pemerintahan, pemangku kepentingan rantai nilai batik Lasem dan hubungan kemanusiaan.
  2. Tempat spesifik yang memiliki nilai penting, yaitu Lasem kota bersejarah yang saat ini sedang berproses sebagai Kawasan Cagar Budaya Nasional sejak 2019.
  3. Hubungan dengan negara atau komunitas lain, antara daerah dan antar provinsi: hubungan terutama dagang dengan komunitas lain, antar daerah dan antar provinsi terekam dalam arsip surat-menyurat beberapa perusahaan batik Lasem.

Indarung I, The first cement plant in Southeast Asia (1910-1972)

  • MOWCAP 2024
  • Collection
  • 1910-1972

The Indarung I Plant (Now PT Semen Padang) which was established in 1910 has hold pivotal event in the physical development of Southeast Asia region. It enabled massive infrastructure developments as buildings, ports, bridges, roads, and more factories. Since 1910, the plant had grown consecutively from 1 up to 5 kilns in total creating a vast industrial landscape as big as 68,000m2 site. It is as big as a small town, as complex as a megastructure. Four important aspects that signify Indarung I archives to be MOWCAP Inscription register are, namely, for its high quality cement in Asia by High Quality raw materials from Bukit Karang Putih, best Quality Coal as fuel from Ombilin, Modern cement processing technology, gender inclusivity for the presence of women as employees and land owners of the lorry route, multicultural Employees from Europe (Netherland), China and Indonesia, and contribution for the development of vital infrastructure in Asia, including Ports in Singapore and Railway in Ceylon (Srilanka).

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