Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
The diary was written in Spain at the suggestion of Prof H Temperley. It covers 1934 February to June and 1935 January to April and is illustrated with sketches.
GCPP Parkes 1/1-4c. Including material on childhood and later life, including some diaries.
Verso of front endpaper: Ex Libris label: 'BIRDWOOD 183'.
a: 'Herbert M. Birdwood, Pet. Coll. Cambridge. 1858'.
b-d: 'Contents': chronological summary, with page numbers, of events evidently important to him, both personal and national.
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).
Including papers of Masters, Professors and Fellows of Downing College, and gifts from past members. Includes academic administrative records but not estates correspondence.
Typescript copy of a note / diary entry written by B R P in 1850 on the occasion of her turning 21 (just before and after midnight on 15/16 June), in which she prays for help and strength to ‘lead a good life’.
Typescript copies of what appear to be diary extracts (or possibly extracts from letters) dating from June 1906 - Dec 1907, probably written by Bessie Belloc, née Parkes. Mostly describing scenery, the passage of the seasons, the garden, and occasionally village events etc [probably written at Slindon in Sussex?]. A few entries were written in London and Buckinghamshire and a visit to Cambridge is mentioned on 9 November 1907.
A pencil note on the flyleaf in the hand of Susan Lowndes Marques reads 'Believed to be Mme Swanton Belloc's diary when she was in Richmond, Surrey during the Franco-Prussian War. S.L.M.'. The first page is headed 'Mon Journal 1870'. The volume is a little over half full. It also contains a press cutting, pasted in towards the end, concerning 'serviceable articles of food for besieged towns (no date, no source). It is presumably a continuation of GCPP Parkes 17a/2/2 above.
Notes made at the 8th International Historical Congress in Zurich. The notes are in a form akin to a diary and are illustrated with sketches.
The diaries consist of a series of records of specific events, rather than a daily record. Both volumes have contents lists at the front. Both volumes are liberally illustrated with postcards, sketches, sketch maps, photographs and leaflets pasted in. A few loose inserts found in the diaries have been extracted and filed separately.
Most of Margaret Anderson's diaries combine the functions of diary, scrapbook and photograph album. Volumes 1-4 are liberally illustrated with items pasted in relating to the diary entries, such as photographs, postcards, letters and tickets. There are also many sketches in pen and ink and watercolour, particularly of birds and wild flowers, often annotated with dates of sightings. The diaries are largely of a factual nature.
Personal diaries, 1897-1959, together with documents formerly contained loose in the diaries, 1868-1959., 1868 - 1959
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.
The collection comprises a diary of a field trip to Switzerland; photographs of the participants in the trip; and a bundle of geography notes.
These pages were sent to C.S. Kenny by his 'Uncle Rowland'. Kenny marked the envelope 'The Two Elections of me at Barnsley, 1885 and 1886'.
Transcription of Bessie Parkes' diary of a visit to Antwerp. The diary is written as a letter to Theodosia [Manton], 26 August 1859. The original diary is written in an album containing eighteen photogenic drawing negatives and prints made by Parkes in 1848. The diary takes up forty-one pages of the album.