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BALL Edna Florence (1906-1984)

  • K/PP10
  • Collection
  • 1927-1931

Examination question papers and marked scripts for BSc General, together with question papers for the non-theological Association of King's College for Women, 1927-1929; various ephemera, 1927-1931, including notes and ticket for presentation ceremony and ticket for the unveiling of the war memorial tablet at Mitcham Athletic ground in London.

Ball, Edna Florence, 1906-1984, teacher

BELGRAVE HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN

  • BH
  • Collection
  • 1874-1948

Records of the Belgrave Hospital for Children, 1902-1948, comprising minutes of the medical sub-committee, 1902-1921 (1 volume); case notes, 1904-1948 (216 volumes); admissions register, 1929-1931, including an index (1 volume). Two bound volumes of out-letters, 1874-1875, minutes of a meeting of the hospital’s General Council, 1901, and printed items including fundraising leaflets, 1899-1902, a pharmacopoeia, 1937, and an annual report, 1946.

Belgrave Hospital for Children, London, 1866-1985

NURSING: Belgrave Hospital for Children Nursing School student records

  • BH/FP
  • Collection
  • 1903-1950

The collection comprises three registers of student nurses at Belgrave Hospital for Children, including details of name and address of nurse, rank, location of previous training, age, date of entering, date of leaving, description of work undertaken, reasons for leaving, and comments on suitability of candidate, 1903-1950.

Belgrave Hospital for Children Nursing School

BIOPHYSICS: King's College London departmental records

  • KDBP
  • Collection
  • 1945-1992

Partially indexed slides and prints relating to research conducted in the Biophysics Unit, 1949-1962, and Department of Biophysics, 1962-1992, and associated journal articles and other papers, comprising: glass and acetate slides, 1949-1984 (approx 1990 items), notably x-ray diffraction photographs of DNA, also graphs and other data, illustrations of equipment and illustrations for journal articles (ref: KDBP 1/1-8); index books for the slides, 1949-1964, listing date, subject and sometimes name of researcher (ref: KDBP 2/1-7). Photographic prints, 1949-1992 (approx 490 items), including x-ray diffraction images of DNA and x-ray spectrometer diffraction patterns (ref: KDBP 3/1/1-10); photographic prints, 1959-1984, relating to work by individual named researchers, including x-ray diffraction images, microscope images, graphs, diagrams, and equipment (ref: KDBP 3/2/1-24); photographs, 1950-1992, of the staff and premises of the Biophysics Unit and later Department of Biophysics, including the construction of the Wheatstone Physics Lab, c 1950, a staff cricket match, c 1952, new laboratories at 26-29 Drury Lane, c 1963 (ref: KDBP 3/3); journal articles, 1945-1976, written by staff of the Biophysics Unit/Department of Biophysics (ref: KDBP 4/1-71). Also other papers relating to the work of the Biophysics Unit, notably the PhD thesis of Raymond Gosling, 'X-ray diffraction studies of Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid', 1954 (ref; KDBP 5/1-3).

King's College London Department of Biophysics

BOTANY: King's College London departmental student records

  • KDBT
  • Collection
  • 1967-1978

The records of the King's College London Department of Botany consist of a series of mark books detailing the performance of students in the department, 1967-1978.

King's College London Department of Botany

CHAPMAN, Frederick Cecil (fl 1900-1970)

  • K/PP208
  • Collection
  • 1937-[1970]

Papers of Frederick Cecil Chapman, 1937-[1970], notably comprising University of London extension lecture notes, covering psychology, welfare, accounting, secretarial and administration, commerce and society, [1937-1942]; notes, specimen papers, syllabus, County Hall courses and University of London Degree and Postgraduate courses on bookkeeping, commerce, vocational pedagogy and business economics, 1937-1942; notes and draft lectures on energy, government, aircraft production, post-war rehabilitation, hospitals and mental health, 1946-1947; notes used for teaching, commentaries on world events and quasi diary notes, 1947-1956; notebooks entitled 'Personal Copyright and Official Minutes including Provisional Legislation concerning the Royal Commission of Tribunal, Enquiries and Inquiries, 1958-1970', relating to the functioning of a variety of administrative and legislative authorities and boards; pamphlets by Chapman, entitled Random Papers and Reminiscences and Progress within the Empire .

Chapman, Frederick Cecil, c 1900-1970, management consultant and lecturer

PRESS CUTTINGS: Chelsea College printed material

  • C/PC
  • Collection
  • 1895-1984

South-Western Polytechnic, Chelsea Polytechnic, Chelsea College of Science and Technology and Chelsea College Press Cuttings, 1895-1984, comprises one box of loose press cuttings, 1895-1903, and nine volumes of cuttings covering news on the strategic and academic development of the College, on the effects of major events such as the two World Wars, advertisements for Chelsea courses, features on the College with occasional photographs, and relating to individual students and staff, including announcements of prizes and obituaries, 1903-1984.

Chelsea College, 1972-1985

CHEMISTRY: King's College London departmental records

  • KDCH
  • Collection
  • 1906-1986

The records of the Chemistry Department, King's College London, comprise minutes, correspondence, cash books, student progress reports, laboratory experimental reports, syllabuses, photographs and publications, 1906-1985. These notably include committee and staff minutes, 1952-1982; correspondence relating to staff appointments and pay awards, 1951-1972; correspondence and photographs relating to alumni, 1924-1979; grant application reports for proposed projects, 1976-1980; working party reports of a joint committee of chemistry departments in the University of London, 1979-1982; cash books, 1923-1931, 1959-1967; mark books for students' laboratory experiments, 1919-1960; laboratory reports of chemistry experiments carried out by students, 1906-1983; syllabuses and course unit synopses, 1960-1985; photographs of students, staff and laboratories, [1910-1980]; printed publications on chemical laboratory apparatus, 1947-1953; student files, 1946-1986 (Ref: KDCH/FP); student record cards, [1910-1928] (Ref: KDCH/FPC); class files, 1972-1984 (Ref: KDCH/1-9); and tutee reports, 1976-1979 (Ref: KDCH/10-13).

King's College London Department of Chemistry

SMITH, Professor George Charles Moore (1858-1940)

  • K/PP145
  • Collection
  • c1896-c1924

George Charles Moore Smith's undated transcripts, first lines and titles of 17th-century poems before 1660. The sources include British Library Additional MSS, MSS Sloane, Lansdowne, Dyce, Harleian and Egerton; Oxford University, Bodleian Library, MS Ashmole, MS Malone, MS Rawlinson Poet; Corpus Christi Library, Oxford, MS 32B; Cambridge University Library, Add MS 4138; manuscripts at St John's, Emmanuel, Jesus and Corpus Christi Colleges, Cambridge; commonplace books including those by Anthony Scattergood and W E Preston; poets including Anthony Sleep, Thomas Coriat, Peter Hausted (Halstead), Edward Forset, John Eliot, Henry Molle and Thomas Masters. Much of the material is written on the reverse of examination scripts in English (some identified as University of Sheffield).

Smith, George Charles Moore, 1858-1940, Professor of English

SPANISH AND SPANISH-AMERICAN STUDIES: King's College London departmental student records

  • KDS/FP
  • Collection
  • [1960-1990]

King's College London Department of Spanish and Spanish-American Studies undergraduate and postgraduate student files, [1960-1990] (Ref: KDS/FP/FPPG). File information typically consists of correspondence and references. Some may also include examination entry forms, giving papers taken, record sheets with course marks, and application for admission forms giving name, address, date of birth, nationality, previous education, interests and activities.

King's College London Department of Spanish and Spanish-American Studies

NURSING: St Saviour's Infirmary Nursing School register

  • SSH/FP
  • Collection
  • [1890]-1931

St Saviour's Infirmary Register of Assistant Matrons, Night Superintendents, Head Nurses, and Staff Nurses, [1890]-1931, including details of name, address, age, religion, date of entry, name and type of ward worked on, previous experience, remarks.

St Saviour's Infirmary Nursing School

NATURAL SCIENCE: King's College London Registry student record cards

  • KAR/FPC
  • Collection
  • 1948-1969

Record cards for BSc (Special) degree students, 1948-1969 (Ref: KA/R/FPC). This series contains students of the Faculty of Natural Science where the BSc (Special) Degree was offered as an alternative to the BSc (General) Degree. Information typically contained on the cards includes name, date of birth, address, session, course, other subjects taken, special subjects, essay titles, terminal results, degree taken, previous education and attached course notes.

King's College London Faculty of Natural Science

PANKRATIEN, Nicodemus (fl 1773)

  • K/PP186
  • Collection
  • 1773

Manuscript transcription of Johann David Lembke's Compendium Physicæ theoreticoexperimentalis, in usum auditorum concinnatum , 1740 by Nicodemus Pankratien, 1773.

Pankratien, Nicodemus, fl 1773

POTTER, William (fl 1936-1997)

  • K/PP150
  • Collection
  • 1937-1939

Scrap album compiled by William Potter, Hon Secretary and President of the Students' Union at KCL, c. 1938-39; including Conversazione programmes, invitation cards to student association and other dinners and events, with designs by the war artist, Kenneth Cyril Bird, (Fougasse) for The Universities' Federation for Animal Welfare (UFAW), Dec 1938; Commemmoration Week programmes, KCL Musical and Dramatic Society programmes, menus, newspaper cuttings on rags, sporting events and national student meetings, copy of Bring's News , journal of the King's and Bristol University Student Unions, all notably reflecting the relocation of King's faculties to Bristol and Birmingham during World War Two.

Potter, William, fl 1936-1997

EXAMINATIONS: Queen Elizabeth College question papers

  • Q/EX
  • Collection
  • 1923-1985

Queen Elizabeth College examination question papers, 1923-1985, constituting an incomplete series of bound BSc examination question papers, 1923, 1970-1985; MSc Nutrition question papers, 1969-1984; undergraduate and postgraduate Manpower Studies examination question papers, 1977-1985; a timetable for BSc exams, 1940.

Queen Elizabeth College, 1953-1985

REGISTRY: Queen Elizabeth College student records

  • QAR/FP
  • Collection
  • 1918-1987

Household and Social Science Department, King's College for Women, King's College of Household and Social Science and Queen Elizabeth College student files, 1918-1987 (Ref: QAR/FP), Queen Elizabeth College student record cards [1960-1985] (Ref: QA/FPC). The level of information contained varies, but undergraduate files typically give the name and address of students, student number, transcript printout, 'A' Level results, description of course, course units and examination results for each session, value and grades, title of course, notification of student grant, total awarded and amount paid each term. Later files also include UCCA (Universities Central Council on Admissions) forms. Information contained in postgraduate files includes enrolment form, letter of acceptance, admission form, transcript information, Federal Government Scholarship form and correspondence. The record cards supplement the file series and generally include name, student number, photograph, nationality, date of birth, dates of entry and leaving, address, previous education, course units, values, grades and final degree result.

Queen Elizabeth College, 1953-1985

EDUCATION: Chelsea College Schools Council Integrated Science Project records

  • C/SC
  • Collection
  • 1968-1984

Records, 1968-1984, of the Schools Council Integrated Science Project (SCISP), created by the senior members of the SCISP team, comprising papers of the SCISP consultative committee, 1969-1981, including minutes and other meeting papers, correspondence, comments on the trials course material, and publicity; papers relating to Phase 1 and Phase 2 trials schools, 1970-1979, largely correspondence with and feedback from individual schools; correspondence files concerning implementation of the scheme in schools participating in Phase 3 of the Project, 1970-1983, including correspondence of the Project Co-ordinator with the Area Co-ordinator, Area Local Education Authorities, and Area Schools; papers relating to Area Co-ordination, 1970-1982, including minutes and other meeting papers; correspondence and papers, 1968-1982, including material relating to the SCISP Advisory Group, financial and administrative matters, personnel files, the preparation of the course and teaching material, apparatus, correspondence with individual colleges of education requesting information and material, publicity, participants, the acceptability of the qualification, and SCISP overseas; papers relating to SCISP and other conferences, 1971-1979; papers relating to SCISP publications on Patterns (pupils' and technicians' manuals and teachers' guide), background books, Exploring Science and others such as SCISP leaflets and Newsletters , 1970-1983, including trial versions and supporting papers; papers on assessment, 1968-1984, including meeting papers of the SCISP Assessment Working Party and correspondence with the Associated Examining Board; papers on SCISP in Northern Ireland, 1969-1975, including feedback; papers on evaluation and feedback, 1970-[1982], including feedback from schools and pupils, data on their performance, and evaluation of course content; correspondence on acceptability of the SCISP O-level with professional and educational organisations, 1970-1984; papers on Mode 3 CSE based on SCISP, 1974-1982, including planning and reports; reports, 1977, of the Schools Council Syllabus Steering Groups on various subjects, relating to proposals for reform of sixth-form curricula and examinations and the replacement of A-levels with N- and F-levels; miscellaneous Schools Councils publications, 1971-1983, some including sections on Nuffield Science Projects; publications of the Schools Council's Project Technology, 1969-1971, offering guidance to schools wanting to include technology studies in their curriculum; publications, 1968-1973, and reports, 1971-1973, of Science 5/13, a project sponsored partly by the Schools Council and the Nuffield Foundation to assist teachers in helping children aged between five and thirteen to learn science; publications, 1965-1974, of miscellaneous bodies, including the British Petroleum Company Ltd, Nuffield Foundation Science Teaching Project, the Peak Park Planning Board and Unilever Ltd, on various scientific topics.

Chelsea College, Schools Council Integrated Science Project

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