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EVENTS: King's College London centenary records

  • K/CEN
  • Series
  • 1928-1933

King's College London material including Centenary Appeal Fund reports, leaflets, programmes, services, dinner menus for special events marking the Centenary of the College in 1929

King's College London, 1829-

EVENTS: King's College London anniversary records

  • K/SES
  • Series
  • 1978-1982

King's College London Anniversary material including 150th and 175th Anniversary commemoration donors' lists, reports, leaflets, programmes, services, dinner menus for events marking College anniversaries in 1979 and 2004.

King's College London, 1829-

KING'S COLLEGE LONDON: Associate of King's College (AKC) Prize Lists

  • AKC/PL
  • Collection
  • 1992-1999

Associate of King's College (AKC) prize lists, 1992-1996, 1999. Information consists of the names of all prize winners for all schools and departments and the names of all students achieving passes and distinctions for either the Theological or Non-Theological AKC examination.

King's College London, 1829-

KING'S COLLEGE LONDON: Associate of King's College (AKC) Slip Books

  • AKC/SB
  • Collection
  • [1923]-1977

Five slip books containing applications for registration as a graduate and/or Associate of King's College for all faculties, [1923-1975], three slip books of Non-Theological AKC students, 1974-1977. The application for registration slip books contain both graduates and/or Associates and include name, faculty, years at the College, degree, date elected Associate, permanent address, sum received and date. The Non-Theological AKC slip books include name, attendance of lectures, faculty and card number.

King's College London, 1829-

CATALOGUES: King's College London catalogues, lists and directories

  • K/CAT
  • Collection
  • 1829-2006

King's College London Catalogues and Lists, 1829-2001. This collection consists of various printed or typescript catalogues, notably including College Library catalogues, and significantly catalogues of constituent named collections of books and records like the King George III Museum and consolidated lists of accessions in the Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives, 1894-1988; lists of King's College London (KCLA) Members, lists of registered students at King's, academic staff, War Memorial names, and internal telephone directories, [1840]-2001; catalogues of various mail order and other suppliers of equipment and materials to King's, and of external and interior fittings of houses demolished to make way for King's, 1829-2000.

King's College London, 1829-

FINANCE OFFICE: King's College London records

  • KAF
  • Collection
  • 1828-1990

Financial records of King's College London, 1828-1990, comprising bills, 1828-1895 (Ref: KA/BB); ledgers, 1829-1980 (Ref: KA/L, KFT/L, KHP/L); journals, 1829-1977 (Ref: KA/J, KHP/J); cashbooks, 1829-1983 (Ref: KA/CB, KA/CBD, KA/MF, KFT/CB, KH/CB, KHV/CB, KHP/CB, KHW/CB, KHH/CB); account books, 1828-1959 (Ref: KA/AB, KAF/WPB); bursary and trust account and scholarship books (Ref: KA/BT); salaries and wages books, 1849-1981 (Ref: KA/SAB, KA/WSB); fees books, 1831-1972 (Ref: KA/SAB, KA/WSB, KA/PFB, KA/SFB, KA/MFB). Financial records were usually compiled by the College clerks under the direction of the College Secretary.

King's College London, 1829-

INVENTORIES: King's College London stock books

  • K/INB
  • Collection
  • 1831-1914

King’s College London inventories, 1831-1914, including inventories regarding donations to the College museums, 1831-1887, (K/INB1); inventories of equipment in the College Laboratories and departments, 1865-[1900], (K/INB2); King’s College London stock books, listing the value of various stock held by the College, 1852-1914, (K/INB3).

King's College London, 1829-

OBITUARIES: King's College London records

  • K/OB
  • Collection
  • 1903-2000

King's College London obituaries: this series contains notices and information on King's staff, students and events, both academic and non-academic, from around the inception of the College to the present day, and notably includes obituaries of King's staff and alumni in the form of press cuttings, memorial texts and letters, 1903-2000 (Ref: K/OB)

King's College London, 1829-

STUDENTS: King's College London report books

  • KA/RPT
  • Collection
  • 1842-1969

King's College London student report books including General Literature and Science registers, 1842-1911, Military and Civil Service Departments, 1849-1856, Engineering students, 1843-1912, Science register, 1903-1912, Science sessional reports, 1917-1921, medical registers, 1849-1885. The later series consists of sessional reports for the Arts Faculty, 1913-1959, Science Faculty, 1921-1969, and all faculties, 1953-1959. Information contained typically includes the careers of individual students and leaving dates.

King's College London, 1829-

EVENTS: King's College London social programmes

  • K/SOC
  • Series

King's College London Social Programmes including Commemoration Week leaflets, tickets and menu cards, 1913-1983, Chaplaincy programmes, leaflets and diaries, 1958-2001, Prize Giving events' material including invitations and booklets listing winners, 1875-1990, College dinners' menu and table plans including for the Fellows' Dinner, anniversary and Annual Dinners, 1885-2000, general functions leaflets and information for open days, schools liaison and alumni events, 1900-2001, programmes for entertainments such as Music and other Society events, talks, recitals, staff parties, 1887-1999, Sports events material, mainly notices of athletics meetings, 1912-1930, receptions including conversazione, 1879-2014 .

King's College London, 1829-

REGULATIONS: King's College London printed material

  • K/REG
  • Series
  • 1867-2015

King's College London rules and regulations of internal students of the College and various professional bodies such as engineers, architects, barristers, University of London rules and regulations, regulations for individual departments and disciplines, 1867-2015.

King's College London, 1829-

PRESS RELEASES: King's College London printed material

  • K/PR
  • Series
  • 1989-2001

King's College London press releases published by King's External or Public Relations Department for the information of the media and public, 1989-2001.

King's College London, 1829-

PLANS: King's College London estates records

  • K/PLAN
  • Series
  • 1895-1972

King's College London Plans include plans, elevations and architects' drawings of King's College buildings and hostels and proposed buildings including at Strand site and Bloomsbury, 1895-1972.

King's College London, 1829-

ADDRESS BOOKS: King's College London records

  • KA/RAD
  • Collection
  • 1831-1930

King's College London student address books, 1831-1930. Departments covered include Medical School, Senior Department, 1831-1842; Medical, 1851-1907; General Literature and Science, [1859]; Applied Sciences, 1843-1870; Theological Department, 1860; ‘Student Rooms’, 1873-1907; unidentified addresses, [1890]-1900; Associates and Theological Associates, 1904; register of Associates, [1912-1930]; register of graduates, [1912-1930]; former students, pupils and officers, [1900-1910]. Information typically includes name, address and date of matriculation. Some volumes also contain staff details.

King's College London, 1829-

ARTEFACTS: King's College London objects

  • K/ART
  • Collection
  • 1792-2013

King's College London Artefacts, 1792-2013. This collection comprises various diverse material objects relating to King's College London, notably including printing blocks bearing the impression of College interiors and its exterior, a silver King's brooch, various King's prizes and sporting and academic medals, the Common Seal of King's, Associate of King's College costume, the College's arms on various surfaces, Library stamps and quills, embroidered badges, and various items found behind a fireplace in Somerset House East Wing, 1792-2013.

King's College London, 1829-

EXAMINATIONS: King's College London student results and prize records

  • KA/ER
  • Collection
  • 1860-1996

King's College London prize lists for all faculties, 1866-1922, examination results for all faculties, 1897-1911 (Ref: KA/ER), examination results for all faculties, 1910-1923 (Ref: K/ER), examination results and prizes for Evening Classes, 1860-1868 (Ref: KA/ER/EV), examination results and diplomas for Science and Engineering students, 1902-1924 (Ref: KA/ER/S), examination results for Medical students, 1903-1919 (Ref: KA/ER/M), examination results and diplomas for Arts students, 1903-1914, intermediate results, 1919-1931 (Ref: KA/ER/A), examination results for Music students, 1994-1996 (Ref: KA/ER/FM). Information contained typically includes lists of prize-winners, names, marks, grades, degree, subject, passed/failed, class gained.

King's College London, 1829-

PHOTOGRAPHS AND ILLUSTRATIONS: King's College London records

  • K/PH
  • Collection
  • [1720]-2004

King's College London photographs and illustrations constitute an invaluable record of students, staff, College buildings and events from the opening of the College until the present day, 1829-2000. They consist of loose, framed and mounted, or album portrait photographs of a number of academic and non-academic staff, including Principals, Deans, College Secretaries and senior teaching staff such as Heads of Department of most departments and faculties, with some additional support staff such as porters, [1850-2000]; colour and black and white photographs of interior and exterior views of King's College London Old Building in the Strand, including entrances to King's in the Strand and Embankment, Great Hall, Main Entrance Hall, Engineering, Wheatstone and Biological Laboratories with equipment, anatomy dissecting rooms, departmental libraries, Common Rooms, Lecture Halls, King George III Museum, Council Room, individual floors of Old Building and floor plans, [1880-1980]; mainly black and white photographs and slides of the interior and exterior views of Halls of Residence including Halliday Hall, Lightfoot Hall and Wellington Hall, [1970-1990]; mainly black and white photographs and slides of sights around the Strand and King's College, including frontage of houses adjacent to the Strand entrance to King's, the Old Watch House, Somerset House, river Thames, St Clement Danes and St Mary-le-Strand churches, Westminster and Waterloo Bridges, aerial views of King's and surrounding buildings, [1890-1990]; photographs of Day Training College including laboratories, teaching and common rooms, [1917]; photographs, drawings and postcards of the College Chapel including organ, stained glass, altar, entrances and services, 1859-[1980]; photographs showing redevelopment at King's including post- World War Two repairs and extension to Wheatstone Laboratories into car park, various stages of the construction of the Strand Building, [1949-1972]; photographs of the College Library (Strand site) including the Skeat and Furnivall Library, showing issue desks and individual rooms, 1954-1987; photographs and drawings of other buildings connected to King's, principally the Hospital in Portugal Street, Macadam Building, Chelsea scenes such as Lightfoot Hall and Chelsea College, and Cornwall House, [1850-1980]; mainly photographs but also some drawings of events at King's, notably including a cartoon of the duel between the Duke of Wellington and the Earl of Winchilsea in Battersea Fields, 1829, visits by dignitaries including Prince Albert and Queen Elizabeth II, College outings, sporting events, inspections of troops, anniversary events, exhibition displays, dinner engagements, leaving parties, graduations, Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives Annual Lectures, launch of new institutes and departments, portrait painting unveilings, with some Chelsea College events, 1829-2000; photographs of King's during World War Two, notably air raid preparations, students and staff, including during the relocation of King's to Bristol University, 1939-1943; group photographs of students and staff in various departments and faculties, mainly King's College for Women, Theology, Laws, Science and Arts, with some few cricket, football, rowing, hockey and other sports' teams, 1906-[1977]; student rags and events involving the College mascot, Reggie the Lion, [1920-1939]; roll of honour for World War One, with photographs of war memorial, 1914-1918; drawings and photographs of College seal, plaques and coats of arms; negatives of King's illustrations and photographs, with portraits, letters, cartoons, some staff and interior shots, 1929-1980

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