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Papers of the Faculty of Physics and Chemistry, 1964 - 1997

 Sub-Fonds — Container: PC
Reference Code: GBR/0265/UA/PC

Scope and Contents

From the Sub-Management Group:

The category - Teaching, learning and research records - comprises records relating to curriculum delivery and examination, further research and the award of degrees; also such adjuncts to study as laboratories, the Botanic Garden and University Library.

Dates

  • 1964 - 1997

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

This material is closed to scholars for 50 years from the date of creation as a condition of transfer to the University Archives. Additionally, Degree and Appointments Committees papers are closed for 80 years under data protection legislation. Restrictions are clearly indicated in catalogue entries.

Biographical / Historical

The Faculty was established under the new University statutes of 1926.

Extent

18 linear metre(s) : paper

Language of Materials

English

Immediate Source of Acquisition

PC 1/1-57; PC 2/1-62 transferred by Dr M. Ingham, Faculty Board of Physics and Chemistry, on 29 Aug. 1986; PC 1/58-144; PC 2/63-142; PC 3/1-74 transferred by P.M. Aslin, Faculty Board in Sept. 1997; PC 2/62A, 143-226; PC 4/1-2 transferred by Sian Owen, Faculty Board of Physics and Astronomy, Institute of Astronomy on 10 Sept. 2004.

Related Materials

For minutes of the Faculty Board and its predecessor, the Special Board, 1882-1973, see UA Min.V.83-7, 145-50; for Degree Committee minutes, 1937-74, see UA Min.V.88.151-7.

General

The online catalogue was completed in October 2005.

Originator(s)

Faculty of Physics and Chemistry

Repository Details

Part of the Cambridge University Library Repository

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