This archive contains parts from British literary annuals ranging from the early to mid 1800’s, mostly between 1823-1835. There seems to be a lot of different genres in these literary annuals. Some of it is historical, some seem to be short stories, there are a few articles on art and music, and there were even a few comics. On the home page of the website, there is a large picture. You get to the archives by clicking on this picture. Once you enter the archive, there is a table of contents permanently on the left side of the screen, which you can use to navigate through the archive. The contents will show up on the right side of the screen.
The Werner/Voss article states that an archive “confers order on its contents and creates a system whereby an official record of the past may be preserved and transmitted intact.” This is a very good description of the forget-me-not archive. It preserves the contents of nineteenth century British literary annuals and lets anyone see them today, which otherwise might have been difficult to find. It also organizes the contents based on what literary annual it was originally in, and based on the year that the literary annual was published.