Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
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.
The papers cover all Wolff's positions in the Conservative Party: his work in the Research Department, 1965-70; then as Special Adviser to the Government, 1970-74 (the files from this period are the most numerous, containing Government papers); then Director-General of the Party. Particular sequences in the papers include the reports of the Opinion Research Centre, a large number of subject files and files relating to the 1970 General Election, particularly speeches.
The files relate to research projects; students; Faculty relations; contacts with other similar bodies; outside funding sources.
This house and its art collections were presented to the University by H.S. Ede in 1966.
This was a committee of Council chaired by Lady Warnock, Mistress of Girton College.