Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
This is an incomplete series.
The category - Assets records - comprises records relating to property and personnel. Accounting material is in this category, alongside records of endowments, charitable trusts, buildings and employees.
The correspondence includes items inherited by Power from his predecessors and added by Vice-Chancellors Cookson (1848, 1863-4, 1872-3), Porter (1881-4) and, perhaps, others.
A reference-list of the exercises for the Degrees of Bachelor and Doctor of Music between the years 1875 and 1910, arranged in columns as follows: 1) name of recipient of degree; 2) degree; 3) date; 4) reference number of exercise. The names are in alphabetical order. The reference numbers are those of the University Library, where the exercises are kept. There are 22 folios.
Many compositions are accompanied by envelopes, letters, cover sheets and associated items, and a few bear examiners' comments.
The papers include, variously: copy minutes of the Standing Advisory Committee on Honorary Degrees; correspondence in support of candidates; correspondence relating to arrangements for the Congregations at which the degrees are conferred and such associated events as lunches, visits and entertainments, lists of invitees, press releases, drafts of orations and orders of proceedings, guides for officiating staff, Secretary's concluding evaluation reports.
Among other amounts recorded are those for matriculations and 'University dues'. This is not a complete series.
Summary accounts of degree and examination fees paid over by the Registry to the Financial Board, 1894 - 1910
This volume is mostly blank.
Records in this category relate to curriculum development, delivery and appraisal, examinations and the award of degrees, research contracts and Faculty publication. They include the notes of a student of the Mechanical Sciences Tripos in the late 1940s and background papers assembled in connection with a history of the Department.
The records comprise chiefly lists of student matriculations and degrees. There is a smaller quantity of records relating to unmatriculated and degrading students and to the examining and issuing of degrees to women in the years before admission to full membership of the University.
The category - Teaching, learning and research records - comprises records relating to curriculum delivery and examination, further research and the award of degrees; also such adjuncts to study as laboratories, the Botanic Garden and University Library.
University letters were exchanged with the Crown, ministers of state and dignitaries. They covered a wide range of subjects, including the University's rights and privileges, internal governance, religious observance and legal disputes. Also included in this category are letters of royal patronage, or 'mandates', for the award of degrees and offices and, in lesser quantity, formal orations delivered on celebratory occasions.