Found in 173 Collections and/or Records:
Programme for test and inspection of the Inglis Bridge at the Cambridge rifle range, Grange Road, initialled: 'RESB' [Royal Engineers and Signals Board], 26 Apr. 1940
Includes correspondence with Lt-Col. A.G. Gadd, and others (1-98) and publicity and information pamphlets (99-101). Unless otherwise stated, all items are in typescript.
Roll: `Plan of communications in area of 4 Cambs Bn H.G. (excluding G.P.O. telephones)', 1939 - 1945
Samuel Sandars: Transcribed extracts from British Library manuscripts concerning the town and University of Cambridge
Secretary, University Engineering Dept, to Gadd, confirming that five sets of launching trolley parts will be ready for inspection by 5 December, [Cambridge], 3 Dec. 1940
A series of drawings in watercolour, sepia and pen-and-ink of views in Great Britain and Ireland, 32 folios. The drawings are of locations in Ireland, Scotland, the Lake District, Cambridge and Fen Ditton, and Alderley Park (possibly in Cheshire).
Typescript autobiographical memoir 'The ivory tower', with a prefatory notice by Mena Lethbridge in which the work is described as 'a picture of Cambridge Academic life between the two World Wars'.
To an unnamed young minister, advice not to exert himself beyond his strength, Cambridge, 25 Apr. 1830
Typed transcript of letter to Rev. C.B. Elliott, describing recovery of health, purchase of Corporation Livings, and situation in Cambridge, Cambridge, 2 May 1836
Case stated and Counsel's opinion, given and signed by 'J. Raby'
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