Found in 309 Collections and/or Records:
"A Balanced Economy": source material, 1952-01 - 1953-02
Source material on the economies of South Africa, Central Africa, Ceylon [later Sri Lanka], India and Pakistan.
Admiralty printed papers: uncovered prints, 1906
Subjects include: the new system of entry, training and employment of Royal Marine officers; entry and training of naval officers; the transfer of Gibraltar from the War Office to the Admiralty; the defence of colonial and Indian ports.
AFA's India file, 1940-06 - 1945-11
Alfred Lyttelton: papers, 1885 - 1911
Includes certain papers relating to his post as Colonial Secretary, 1903-5.
Andrews: the papers of Charles Freer Andrews
Articles, 1940-08 - 1946-12
Texts and cuttings of articles by LSA, with related correspondence, on subjects including: the political deadlock in India; the visit to India by members of the Cabinet; India and the Empire; the Empire and the Navy; Cecil Rhodes; walks on Dartmoor [Devon]; the United States and Imperial Preference; the leftward trend in Europe; the [?] 1940 Budget of Sir John Simon.
Bengal Land Revenue Commission, 1940
The collection is made up largely of press cuttings, speeches and papers relating to Floud's 33 years at the Board of Agriculture (later the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries) and his time as High Commissioner in Canada (1934-1938).
Birds-124 Note, 1809-01-01 - 1882-04-30
Note; by Charles Robert Darwin
Books and journalism aborted, 1990-03 - 1995-07
Books, articles and pamphlets, 1950
"La Europa de Estrasburgo" by Ernesto Caballero and "L'Idée Européene" by Edouard Bonnefous, inscribed to JA.
Bowater Sanderson: Naval Journal
The journal (c. 305 pages) begins in September 1747, describing the voyage out to India, and concludes with the return of Royal Duke to England on 5 June 1750. The volume includes navigational exercises, transcribed sailing directions and pencil landfalls, and a sketch of the British settlement at Oriocopong.
Briefings for meetings, 1988-11 - 1988-12
Briefings for meetings with individuals including: the new Israeli Ambassador, Yoav Biran; John Edmonds, General Secretary of the GMB union and Tom Burlison, Regional Secretary; Maharajkrishna Rasgotra, the new Indian High Commissioner; members of the British karate team. Also includes note on NK and the Enniskillen Memorial service.
Broadcasts, 1931-11 - 1952-07
Burma-India separation, 1933-02 - 1935-09
Cassia glauca / Cassia pubescens / cotyledons, 1878-11-13 - 1878-11-21
Note; by Charles Robert Darwin
"Clementine Churchill": Central Women's Advisory Committee Conference India debate, 1933, 1967-11
Notes, transcripts and copies of cuttings on CSC's speech to the Conservative women's conference on India.
Colour slides, mainly of overseas visits by Harold Macmillan, 1957-03 - 1960
Commonwealth relations, 1948-02 - 1950-11
Commonwealth Tour, 1958-01 - 1958-02
Spare slides from the tour of [Maurice] Harold Macmillan, Prime Minister [later 1st Lord Stockton], including: the Khyber Pass and massed pipers and bands rehearsing for the Independence Day parade, India; the Dunedin festival, Old Crocks’ Race and departing from Christchurch, New Zealand; Sydney and Queensland, Australia; house in Ceylon [later Sri Lanka].
Copy of an unpublished memoir, 1922-46, 1926 - 1946
Copy of the log book of 'the Mountegue'
Comprises 261 copies of photographic prints taken from the original log, collected by Dr J.G. Gubbins in 1932, as part of efforts to restore the University of Witwatersrand Library which had been destroyed by fire in 1932. The log book relates to a voyage from London to Surat in Gujarat, India, between 1699 and 1702.