Miscellaneous secretarial and accounting papers of Cambridge University Film Society, 1947 - 1971
Scope and Contents
Include five modern reprints of photographs taken during the visit of the director Alfred Hitchcock who addressed the Society in Easter term 1966. The photographs show Alfred Hitchcock, Dr H.C. Porter, Fellow of Selwyn College, and various student members of the Society exiting i) Corpus Christi College and ii) King's College Chapel, iii) walking along King's Parade and iv) standing in front of an unidentified brick wall, Hitchcock scratching his chin.
- 1947 - 1971
- Cambridge University Film Society (Organization)
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
The papers were presented to the University Archives by A.G. Parker, 12 Mar. 1996. The photographs were transferred by the Footlights Dramatic Club on 15 Feb. 2005.
The online catalgue was completed in April 2005.
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