Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
The collection includes notes and drafts of published writings, texts of speeches given to the House of Lords and to other institutions, reference notes, subject files, engagement diaries, and personal papers.
Fos 1, 61-4: mutilated. Inside front cover: 'No. 253', and bookplate of E. Knight. On fly-leaf: 'Dr Routh's sale of MSS at Sotheby's 1855.'
Box containing bits of pottery, clay pipes and coins found in West Lodge garden when it was dug up to grow vegetables, 1939 (during the war), 1939
With note on the lid signed by H Hazeltine, December 1939.
This collection brings together items by and about Rupert Brooke from a variety of sources. It includes manuscript and typescript copies of Brooke's poetry and prose, correspondence between Rupert Brooke and others and a number of photographs. A limited amount of biographical and supplementary material, concentrated on items originating after Brooke's death, can also be found in this collection.
Consists of slips numbered 1-44 and pasted into the volume, 36 folios. The slips are preceded by a letter from Tilley to the Librarian, A.F. Scholfield, 19 April 1933.
'Mes Souvenirs depuis mon enfance 1782 jusqu'Ã la presente annee', 108 folios. The main text is written in English.
(1) 'The narratives of Prince Rupert and the duke of Albemarle concerning the miscarriages in the late warr'; (2) 'Orders of the committee appointed to inquire into the miscarriages of the late warre', [13 February 1668; see MS Mm.05.11, no. 3]; the last leaf contains the summary of matters discussed under seven principal heads.
Written in an early nineteenth century hand, and possibly a translation, 182 folios. Fos i, xi, 169, and the verso throughout are blank.
'Delle historie memorabili contiene le Guerre d'Italia de' nostri tempi', possibly in the author's own hand.
'Congiura dei Spagnuoli contro la republica di Venezia' and other writings relating to Venice in 1618.
Letter of Colonel Murdoch to his wife, 1942, on conditions in Malaya before its fall to Japan, 31 Dec. 1942
Typescript letter extract.
Personal papers of Sir Lionel Whitby, Regius Professor of Physic at Cambridge University (1945-56) and Master of Downing College, 1916 - 1964
Includes original articles, diaries, photographs and other papers, plus copies of originals held by the family of Sir Lionel Whitby. Also includes other items such as his undergraduate gown, copies of published books and secondary material donated by his family.
Various ration cards for different commodities and family members, including Muriel Kenny.
Includes copies of matriculation photograph of 1913 and sports teams photographs, tennis and cricket 1914 - on display in Ann's Court administration building, outside Tutorial Office, from Remembrance Day, 11 November 2009
This was designed as a permanent display for the College Library in 2010 featuring photographs of students and sports teams from 1913 and 1914 including those students who were killed in the First World War: Matriculation 1914, Cricket team 1914, May Boat 1914 and Football team 1914. The display was taken down before the Library was refurbished in 2020.
Printed war list for First World War with additional typed list of names; Also further list of names from the Roll of Honour compiled by Archivist with details of year of matriculation and membership of any sports photographs; with copies of photographs of 1913/1914 sports teams used for the permanent Library display and based on the Remembrance display (2009); electronic copies of the roll of honour
Photocopy of an autobiographical paper by Barocas concerning his internment during World War II and his subsequent employment at the Royal Greenwich Observatory.
Whittle : file of papers relating to dealings with Frank Whittle's company, Power Jets. BT-H 'Special File no. 14750. Power Jets. Quantity Production'
Letters, blueprints, drawings, orders, memoranda, telegrams.