Found in 136 Collections and/or Records:
This section includes school reports; certificates; photographs; biographical material; correspondence and papers concerning AD's entry to Girton and various appointments; and speeches. The section is arranged broadly chronologically. [NB: there is further correspondence relating to appointments etc in the general correspondence series at GCPP Duke 2/1.]
Veronica Forrest-Thomson's graduation pictures, taken at Selwyn College, Cambridge [spring / summer 1972]. Nine colour snaps showing variously V F-T, Jonathan Culler, Alison Duke [Praelector of Girton College], and John Pinsent [V F-T's former Greek teacher from Liverpool]. Inscription in Jean Forrest Thomson's hand on the back of one of the photographs of V F-T reads: 'A little girl - dressed up! (Reminds me of Hazel!)'.
This section includes some biographical materials, photographs, testimonials, some family papers, and papers relating to learned societies and professional bodies of which Norah Jolliffe was a member.
Arranged broadly chronologically.
This section includes Ena Burton's Girton year group photograph and scanned copies of family photographs.
Framed posed shot sent to David Holbrook in 1978 [used in Cambridge Review]; photo from presentation of £1000 cheque from the Arts Council of Great Britain [with copy of award letter and cheque, and comments on the presentation]
The papers include school records; biographical materials; photographs; notes on travel and excursions; some miscellaneous correspondence; and some papers of Bertha Blaxley (one of Bertha Jeffreys' maternal aunts).
This section contains chiefly Giles family photographs.
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).
1) two original photographs of Meta Muir (Mrs Hogg), dating from circa 1882 and ?1940s, together with a copy of the 1882 photograph;
2) photocopies of 5 photographs by F Hollyer of Kensington, London, showing the Muir sisters (Meta, Molly and Eva), the Alt sisters (Madge and Mabel), Bessie [Macleod], Nellie Sickert, and Margaret Burne-Jones, 1882.
The papers of Hilda Sebastian listed here consist essentially of letters written by her to her mother during her years at Girton College and letters written to her by her close friend Hurrion Rushmer from 1918-1921. The collection also includes some photographs; examination papers and degree certificates; and a few ephemeral items.
See also Aelfrida's diaries at GCPP Tillyard 1/1, many of which have photographs pasted in.
The drawings, papers and photographs listed here relate to Marion Wallace-Dunlop's writing and artwork as well as her suffragist activities and include original line drawings for 'Fairies, Elves and Flower Babies'.
This section contains photographs and other images chiefly of people and premises connected with the Cambridge Philosophical Society. It comprises a miscellany of images, including Sir Joseph Larmor (President of CPS 1898-1900); CPS staff late 20th century; and a visit by Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, in 1980.
Photographic proof of MBL (in cellophane envelope), together with print of same on a page torn from a book.
Anna Strong [AS's mother], 1892 (head and shoulders, profile); R. Gomperz?, undated (inscription in German on back); 1 unidentified, undated; 1 unidentified, undated (in clerical dress, taken in Oxford, possibly Thomas Strong, brother of AS).
2 x colour snaps.