Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
The bulk of the material charts nine months in the life of Agnes Lake from her arrest in April 1913 to her release from prison in December 1913, including an account of her imprisonment and correspondence with Christabel Pankhurst. The collection also includes three suffrage sashes and miscellaneous pamphlets and cuttings relating generally to the campaign for women's suffrage.
Diaries, writings on the history of music in Cambridge and the history of the Vatican library, correspondence and papers on Ximénès Doudan, Caspar von Kinschot and Reyner Wolfe.
Comprising extracts from his Boer War diary.
Comprising correspondence with Adolphus George Charles Liddell, including a diary, 1880 (218).
Very small pocket diary printed by Stone and Co. Limited. Dougall has written regularly in the diary in pencil recording training, military movements, food and conditions and other activities.
Small pocket diary printed by Charles Letts and Co. Dougall has written regularly in the diary in pencil and ink up until 13 April [the day before he was killed]. He records training, military movements, food and conditions and other activities. Also includes 2 advertisement flyers for insurance (they are the same advertisement), the announcement of the engagement of Major C. F. Rodewald and Miss R. M. Boult torn from an unidentified newspaper and a pink sheet of blotting paper.
Gives a general account of Bagnold's movements during the Second World War, including desert patrols and operations. Events covered include: Bagnold's arrival in Egypt (1939); Turkey reconnaissance (1940); tour of Aden Gulf area (1940); visit to Fort Lamy (1940); journey to Kufra proclamation ceremony (May 1941); journeys to Gaza, Brummana and Jeruslaem (Oct 1942), Sudan and Eritrea (Dec 1942) and Turkey (May 1943 and Aug 1943); and his return to England (Mar 1944).
The diary reflects the life of a young girl whose horizons were limited by social and religious constraints. She was eager for self-improvement and created for herself a series of routines and good intentions, which are inserted into the end of the diary. In the daily entries she often refers to these programmes by a system of capital letters and Roman numerals.
The papers include personal diaries; photographs; and some of Agatha's writing, including poetry and short stories.
The papers include personal diaries; poems; a few personal and biographical items; photographs; and some letters written to Alethea (chiefly those written to her by her spiritual 'adviser', Father O'Brien).
The papers listed here include a miscellany of personal and biographical items, together with personal diaries, sketchbooks, photographs, and some correspondence, including transcripts of correspondence between Elspeth Giles and Julian Lathrop, an American officer who spent 3 months at St John’s College, Cambridge just after the end of World War I.
The papers listed here comprise diary extracts from 1947-1951 (Joan Garrod's last year at school and her three years at Girton); autobiographical notes compiled in 2013; and photographs and sketches.
Margaret Smith's surviving papers comprise a series of 17 diaries dating from 1900 to 1963, a 1950s/60s record of share dividends and income tax, and some of her published articles, together with 3 diaries written by Florence Smith, one of her six sisters, 1905-07.