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PUBLICATIONS: King's College London printed material

  • K/PBN
  • Series
  • 1828-2015

King's College London publications including booklets, reports and essays on the history of King's, King's property, staff and particular departments, including early prize-giving, the King's Strand site, King's hostels, Reggie the College mascot and the College Chapel, with some few essays and books by King's staff on subjects unrelated to the College, 1828-2015.

King's College London, 1829-

HANDBOOKS: King's College London printed material

  • K/HAN
  • Series
  • 1915-2014

King's College London Handbooks including guides to College libraries, 1967-1997; King's Staff Manuals, 1987-1994; Accommodation and halls of residence guidebooks, [1915]-2001; welcome packs for new students, 1985-2000; Computing Centre guides, 1977-1996; handbooks for overseas students at King's, 1974-2000; Student services guides, 1985-1987; Departmental and School Handbooks for Life Sciences, Guy's, King's and St Thomas's School of Medicine and Dentistry and Language and Communications Centre, 1992-2001.

King's College London, 1829-

PRESS CUTTINGS: King's College London printed material

  • K/PC
  • Series
  • 1825-2001

King's College London press cuttings in bound volumes and loose folders describing the foundation of University College and King's, staff publications and honours, dinners and public engagements, examination results, and the work of individual researchers or departments, particularly in the scientific field, 1825-2001; cuttings by or about King's staff, including Times Higher articles on university restructuring, 1904-1998; circulated cuttings on a very wide range of King's and Higher Education news such as financial affairs, student numbers, university assessments and grants, 1991-2001; cuttings specifically relating to Higher Education including The Times' Good University Guide and league tables published by other newspapers, 1955-2001.

King's College London, 1829-

EVENTS: Queen Elizabeth College programmes

  • Q/PRG
  • Series
  • 1925-1986

Queen Elizabeth College programmes and events literature, including King's College for Women, King's College of Household and Social Science, and Queen Elizabeth College commemoration dinner menus, invitation cards and tickets, 1925-1972 (Ref: Q/PRG1-3); Queen Elizabeth College Film Society programmes and constitution, 1963-1964 (Ref: C/PRG4); Queen Elizabeth College Carol Service programmes, 1953-1965 (Ref: Q/PRG5); and programmes, papers and invitations for general College events, 1909-1986 (Ref: Q/PRG6-7).

Queen Elizabeth College, 1953-1985

EVENTS: Chelsea College programmes

  • C/PRG
  • Series
  • 1926-1985

South-Western Polytechnic, Chelsea Polytechnic, Chelsea College of Science and Technology, and Chelsea College Lectures programmes of events and orders of service covering advertisements for exhibitions, the opening of new buildings, the visit of royalty and open days, 1926-1983; prize-giving programmes, 1930-1976; sporting fixtures and entertainments programmes, 1936-1985 (Ref: C/PRG).

Chelsea College, 1972-1985

REPORTS: Chelsea College printed material

  • C/RPT
  • Series
  • 1909-1983

South-Western Polytechnic, Chelsea Polytechnic, Chelsea College of Science and Technology, and Chelsea College reports including Annual Reports summarising College business, including departmental summaries, finances, academic awards, appointments and retirements and notable events, with statistics and some higher degree and professional examination results in reports prior to the incorporation of the College into the University of London, 1896-1983; a collection of ad hoc reports addressing specific issues concerning Chelsea such as the evolution of the Higher Education sector in the United Kingdom, reports on scientific expeditions to the Azores, Arctic and other locations, and progress reports on research projects undertaken at Chelsea, 1909-1983 (Ref: C/RPT)

Chelsea College, 1972-1985

WILCOX, Rev John Bower

  • K/PP153
  • Collection
  • c 1974

Notes from sermons of Revd John Bower Wilcox, taken by Elsie Harding at Moorsholm Church, Redcar and Cleveland, North Yorkshire, [1974], including 'The Church Year' and 'Saints and subjects'.

Wilcox, John Bower, b 1928, Reverend, Anglican clergyman

WILLIAMS, William Samuel (fl 1895-1938)

  • K/PP105
  • Collection
  • 1934

Papers of William Samuel Williams, 1934, comprising a copy of his book The Case for the Lay Ministry of the Church of England: readers, evangelists and parish clerks, etc (Parrett & Neves, Chatham, 1934); papers originally enclosed in the book, 1934, comprising reviews from the Church Times , copy memoranda from Williams and others relating to the office of Reader, papers and correspondence relating to the Church Assembly Lay Readers Group.

Williams, William Samuel, fl 1895-1938, author

WINCH, Professor Peter Guy (1926-1997)

  • K/PP171
  • Collection
  • 1936-1996

Papers of Prof Peter Guy Winch, 1936-1996, including professional correspondence; teaching notes; lecture notes and handouts; draft and proofs of articles by Winch; proof copy of The Idea of Social Science and its Relation to Philosophy, 2nd edition; papers relating to the University of Swansea including minutes of departmental meetings, 1984; papers relating to Winch's time at King's College London including papers relating to publication of Winch's Ethics and Action, 1971-1972 and Winch's inaugural lecture for the Chair of Philosophy, 1968; papers, lecture notes, correspondence, handouts and student work relating to teaching at University of Illinois, 1990-1996 and research notes on topics including social science, ethics, Ludwig Wittgenstein, logic, Baruch Spinoza, epistemology and political philosophy.

Winch, Professor Peter Guy, 1926-1997, philosopher

ABBOTT, Very Reverend Eric Symes (1906-1983)

  • K/PP44
  • Collection
  • 1946-1995

Papers of Abbott, 1946-1995, mainly relating to theological training and including notes for lectures, [1946-1948, 1957, 1964], mainly given by Abbott at King's College London, on moral and pastoral theology; texts of broadcast sermons, 1947-1958, mainly on the BBC Third Programme , including three sermons broadcast from the Chapel of King's College in Lent 1958; texts of sermons, 1959-1974, delivered at Westminster Abbey, including a sermon on the occasion of Abbott's installation as Dean of Westminster, 30 Nov 1959; texts of discussion notes, meditations and lectures, 1960-1976, relating to discussions of the St Faith's Fellowship, Westminster, and other schools of prayer, including notes on forgiveness, Christ and the permissive society, the prayers of reparation and the Holy Spirit, atheists and agnostics; manuscript notes, [1959-1966], relating to discussions held by a group at occasional weekend retreats, on subjects including The life of prayer (J.M.Dent and Sons, London and Toronto, 1927) by Baron Friedrich von Huegel, The four loves (Geoffrey Bles, London, 1960) by Clive Staples Lewis (C S Lewis), spiritual direction, pain, temptation and intercession; papers, 1946-1965, relating to a retreat at Pleshey, Essex, mainly comprising manuscript notes; miscellaneous published and unpublished texts of lectures, broadcasts and sermons, [1947-1975], including notes for lectures on the theology of the Eucharist, given at King's College London in [1950], on the meaning of ordination, given to students at Gilmore House in [1955], on the problem of suffering, given to London Women Workers in 1964, and the dilemma of contemporary spirituality, given to Sion College in 1964; schedule of notes for classes, for use by clergy preparing young people for Confirmation, [1960-1969]; text of sermon by Canon Eric Arthur James at the Memorial Eucharist for Abbott at Lincoln Theological College in 1985, and correspondence, 1985-1987, of Dean Sydney Evans, King's College London, in preparation for the writing of an entry about Abbott for the Dictionary of National Biography including a draft entry and a copy of entries concerning Abbott in the Keble College Record ; list of Canon Abbott's papers compiled by Ursula Grundy, 1995.

Abbott, Eric Symes, 1906-1983, Very Reverend, Anglican clergyman, Dean of Westminster

DOUBLEDAY, Reverend Dr Frederic Nicklin (1885-1971)

  • K/PP27
  • Collection
  • 1922-1970

Correspondence and photographs, 1922-1970, mainly comprising holiday postcards, and including letters from Professor Edmund Charles Blunden, Professor of Poetry at Oxford University, 1965, and Frank Laurence Lucas, University Reader in English at Cambridge University, 1960.

Doubleday, Frederic Nicklin, 1885-1971, clergyman, dental surgeon and lecturer

MEEK, Brian Lawrence (1934-1997)

  • K/PP55
  • Collection
  • [1955-1997]

Correspondence, reports, agendas and minutes of the International Standards Organisation (ISO), 1977-1997, mainly on information processing systems and programming languages; correspondence and papers concerning the British Standards Institution, the 'Allvey Project', IBM Rauf Book, and the British Computer Society; past examination papers for BSc, 1955-1970, 1980-1987; computer programming publications; Meek's articles on computers and programming; notes on the Single Transferable Vote in elections; pamphlets on automated voting systems; photographs.

Meek, Brian Lawrence, 1934-1997, computer scientist

MORRISON, George Ernest (1862-1920)

  • K/PP140
  • Collection
  • 1668-1685

Papers, 1668-1685, from George Ernest Morrison's collection relating to the activities of Jesuit missionaries, principally in the Far East, including a legal document on Roman Catholic martyrs in Flanders, Japan, England and elsewhere, signed by the notary Hermanus Bex and others and with the great seal of the City of Liege, 1668, and correspondence and other documents concerning missions including transcripts of petitions protesting against the activities of the Vicars Apostolic, and in favour of the Jesuits, of Christians in Cochin China (Annam) and Indochina, 1681-1682.

Morrison, George Ernest, 1862-1920, foreign correspondent of The Times

MILLER, Professor William Allen (1817-1870)

  • K/PP5
  • Collection
  • 1848-1852

Out letter book, 1848-1852, containing copy letters relating to applied chemistry, in particular to the role of Professor William Allen Miller as a consultant retained by the Western Gaslight Company, and charged with improving the efficiency of its manufacturing facility at Vauxhall, Surrey, and in a similar capacity to undertake the analysis of particulate residues and other by-products of incomplete combustion in an industrial setting; the experimental analysis of various phosphates and salts; commentary upon the telegraph and upon suggestions that the earth itself could act as a substitute electrical conductor over distances. Chemistry teaching and research notes, c 1845

Miller, William Allen, 1817-1870, Professor of Chemistry

SOUTER, Professor Alexander (1873-1949)

  • K/PP118
  • Collection
  • 1889-1930s

Working papers of Alexander Souter, 1889-1930s and undated, comprising 20 notebooks, 1889-1913, on his studies in Aberdeen and Cambridge and on classical and patristic sources for his later work in Oxford, Aberdeen and Italy, and also including a diary for 1890, with entries noting work completed, news cuttings relating to his interests, and a book containing short publications such as Souter's The Predicative Dative Especially in Later Latin (1926) and A fragment of an unpublished Latin text of the Epistles to the Hebrews with a brief exposition (1924); manuscript texts for articles and lectures, mostly annotated with the dates and places of delivery, 1911-1936, including 'Classical Studies in the United States of America', 'Four Great Scholars', 'The Latin Bible', The History of Latin Lexicography', 'Statius: the Poet of the Silvae', 'Statius Silvae, with special reference to the manuscript tradition', 'Pelagius's Commentary on the Epistles of St Paul', 'Recent Advances in Palaeography', 'St Augustine', 'Recollections of a Travelling Scholar' and 'Beginnings of Christianity in Africa'; manuscript catalogue of editions of Latin authors in Souter's collection (1918).

Souter, Alexander, 1873-1949, Professor of New Testament Greek and Exegesis, Regius Professor of Humanity

SCULLARD, Professor Howard Hayes (1903-1983)

  • K/PP35
  • Collection
  • [1890-1900]

Papers, [1909] and 1930-[1975], relating to Scullard's published work, notably lists of contributors and articles for the first edition, [1938], and correspondence with contributors to the second edition, 1964-1965, of the Oxford classical dictionary (Clarendon, Oxford, 1949 and 1970); annotated photocopy of typescript of The elephant in the Greek and Roman world (Thames and Hudson, 1974), [1973-1974], with notes especially relating to illustrations, [1973-1974], and various offprints of articles on elephants in the ancient world, [1948-1950]; proof copies of Scipio Africanus in the Second Punic War (University Press, Cambridge, 1930), and Scipio Africanus: soldier and politician (Thames and Hudson, London, 1970), with a manuscript of the former, [1930], and notes, [1930-1970] on Scipio and Spain; incomplete typescript of a work entitled 'Scipio Africanus: politics and reform', [1970]; offprints of articles written by Scullard for the Encyclopedia Britannica (Encyclopedia Britannica Company, London and New York), 1967 and 1974; correspondence and notes relating to Roman history articles written by Scullard for Collier's Encyclopedia (P.F. Collier and Son, New York), 1960; school essay by Scullard on 'The comic element in the literature of Greece and Rome', [1909], and incomplete annotated typescript [on the same subject], [1930-1940], possibly part of Scullard's History of the Roman world from 753 to 146 BC (Methuen, London, 1935); papers, 1954 and [1973-1975], relating to Scullard's revision of A history of Rome down to the reign of Constantine (Macmillan, London, 1954) by Max Cary, including typescripts, annotated proofs, and a printed copy of the original work; a printed copy of the 3rd edition of A history of the Roman world from 753 to 146 BC (Methuen, London, 1963). Papers, [1925-1970], relating to Scullard's teaching career, including teaching and lecture notes on Greek and Roman history, [1926-1970]; typescript book lists and study schemes for courses on Ancient History and Ancient Political Ideas [at King's College London], [1958-1960]; notes taken by Scullard from lectures by Professor Frank Ezra Adcock, Professor of Ancient History at King's College, Cambridge, [1925-1951]; memorabilia, 1938 and 1976-1977, relating to New College, London, including programmes, menu, and reports relating to its closure in 1977. Publications by, or relating to, Scullard's father, the Reverend Herbert Hayes Scullard, Free Church Minister at Howard Congregational Church, Bedford, and Professor of Church History at New and Hackney College, London University, mainly comprising copies of Life of John Howard the philanthropist (1911), 1907-1911. Three photograph albums, containing photographs of a tour in Norway, British and French towns and cities, and views of the Lake District and Scottish Highlands, [1890-1900].

Scullard, Howard Hayes, 1903-1983, Professor of Ancient History

SHARROCK, Professor Roger Ian (1919-1990)

  • K/PP50
  • Collection
  • [1940-1989]

Correspondence, [1940-1989], about his texts, mainly in regard to the work of William Wordsworth and John Bunyan, including one photocopy of a letter from Professor Clive Staples Lewis about Bunyan, 1963; proofs, offprints and typescript texts, reflecting Sharrock's own literary work (including poems), and literary criticism including Spiritual autobiography in the pilgrim's progress , Keats and the young lovers , preface for Classic English short stories 1989; copy of a booklet by Sharrock The chemist and the poet: Sir Humphry Davy and the preface to lyrical ballads (Reprinted from Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, vol 17, no 1, May 1962).

Sharrock, Roger Ian, 1919-1990, Professor of English

SHEARING, Edwin Albert (b 1915)

  • K/PP11
  • Collection
  • 1937-1953

Personal correspondence, 1937-1952, between Shearing and Samuel Smiles, Daniell Professor of Chemistry at King's College London, relating to the publication of Shearing's research, and Shearing's work and career; letters, 1938, from Arthur John Allmand, Daniell Professor of Chemistry at King's College London, requesting information on Shearing's career and the Samuel Smiles Prize Fund; 'Report of the Samuel Smiles Prize and Presentation Fund Committee', [1939]; dinner menu and photographs of a chemists' gathering at the Waldorf Hotel, London, 1937.

Shearing, Edwin Albert, b 1915, chemist

DUGMORE, Rev Clifford William (1909-1990)

  • K/PP97
  • Collection
  • 1956-1978

The papers of Clifford William Dugmore contain correspondence relating to the Journal of Ecclesiastical History , and printed booklets, 1956-1978; notably including correspondence with a number of leading historians such as Professors Murray Tolmie and Alfred Cobban, William Cargill-Thompson, and Geoffrey Nuttall, relating to Dugmore's editorship of the Journal of Ecclesiastical History , remarking upon aspects of publication, proofs and the chasing-up of contributors, 1956-1978; correspondence concerning senior staff appointments, 1958-1977 (closed); press cuttings describing the career of Professor Dugmore, 1957-1971; text, reviews and correspondence concerning Professor Dugmore's inaugural lecture in the Chair of Ecclesiastical History, 'Ecclesiastical History. No Soft Option', 1959-1960; copies of printed booklets entitled 'Rome and the Churches', the inaugural lecture of Professor Stuart Hall of King's College, delivered in 1979; Grace Abounding. A Comparison of Frederick Denison Maurice and Karl Barth by Dr Ellen Flesseman-Van Leer (1978).

Dugmore, Clifford William, 1909-1990, historian

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