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DAVSON, Hugh (1909-1996)

  • K/PP98
  • Collection
  • 1951-1980

The papers of Hugh Davson comprise correspondence, working papers and printed reports, 1950-1988; including correspondence with the Medical Research Council, notably project applications and progress reports, 1951-1978; concerning Davson's publications, with reviews, 1962-1978; with the Wellcome Trust, 1974-1980; descriptions of recent research on the eye, 1970-1978; correspondence between Davson and colleagues in the United Kingdom, Europe and North America, mainly on administrative and publishing matters, including grant applications, conference organisation and reviews of new articles and books, 1958-1980.

Davson, Hugh, 1909-1996, physiologist

FIELD, Maj Harry Gooding (1866-1946)

  • K/PP112
  • Collection
  • 1866-1946

Typescript copy of the memoirs of Harry Gooding Field entitled 'Adventures in Finance', 21 Oct 1942, detailing his accountancy career working in Canada, the United States, Malaysia and Singapore, with copies of birth, marriage and death certificate and other official documents relating to Harry Gooding Field.

Field, Harry Gooding, 1866-1946, accountant

DOUGLAS, Gordon Oxenbury (1914-1999)

  • K/PP157
  • Collection
  • 1934-1950

Papers of Gordon Oxenbury Douglas, 1914-1999, relating to his social life at King's College London, comprise a black and white photograph of Gordon Oxenbury Douglas, [1940]; letters from Katharine Dilley to Douglas, whom he later married, 1934-1935; dance card belonging to Douglas for the King's College London Commemoration Ball, 1935 showing all dances marked for Katharine Dilley. The collection also contains professional references for Douglas from W.G Shilling of the Aeronautical Inspection Directorate, Lilian F Haddakin, Assistant Lecturer in the Department of English at University College London, W. W. Willliams, Assistant Censor at Fitzwilliam House, Cambridge University and from J. E. Young, Senior Classics Master at Ipswich School.

Douglas, Gordon Oxenbury, 1914-1999, student of King's College London Faculty of Science

FARMER, Reverend George (1851-1925)

  • K/PP64
  • Collection
  • 1881-1923

Papers, mainly notebooks of Farmer, 1881-1923, mainly comprising notes by Farmer on books of the Bible, including notebooks entitled 'Conjectural emendation in the New Testament', 'Parallels between the Revelation and other Johannine books'; notes for sermons by Farmer, 1891-1908, including sermons by Farmer entitled 'The Patriarchate and Exarchate', 'The Psalter as a Christian manual', and outlines for sermons and papers on the Christian priesthood, ecclesiastical advertising, Christian unity, and missionary problems; other notes and papers , including A manual of confirmation for educated adults by Farmer, and printed sermons by the Very Reverend John Plumptre, Dean of Gloucester, and the Reverend George Croly, 1844-1874.

Farmer, George, 1851-1925, Reverend, Anglican clergyman

DIPLOCK, Arthur (fl 1903)

  • K/PP183
  • Collection
  • 1857

The collection comprises correspondence, British Library readers' book application slips, manuscript notes on the life and career of the poet, Ben Jonson, and press cuttings; notably including letters to Arthur Diplock concerning the poetry of Jonson and of William Drummond, 1903; manuscript notes, in particular extracts from Jonson's poems, reference to the work of John Selden, John Donne and Henry Holland, lists of various editions of the works of Jonson, [1903]; British Library book application tickets for books by Jonson, signed by Diplock, 1903; press cuttings on Drummond from Reynolds's miscellany and other journals, [1857].

Diplock, Arthur, fl 1903, writer on Ben Jonson, poet

INSTITUTE OF PSYCHIATRY: Schedules for clinical assessment in neuropsychiatry (SCAN) records

  • IOP/SCAN
  • Collection
  • 1986-1995

The Schedules for Clinical Assessment in Neuropsychiatry (SCAN) were developed under the auspices of the World Health Organization (WHO) and its International Classification of Diseases as a common set of standards to assess, measure and classify psychiatric disorders. The prototype was devised in 1980 and subsequent components such as training manuals, schedules, results of field trials and glossary were published up until 1998. SCAN is used as a classification and reference tool by psychiatrists and comprises a structured interview, encoding and computer programme to produce a standard diagnostic presentation. The records of the Schedules for Clinical Assessment in Neuropsychiatry (SCAN) at King's College London Institute of Psychiatry are made up of editorial committee papers, data tables, statistical data, notes of meetings and other correspondence and papers, 1986-1995. These include correspondence with Geoff Der of the Social Psychiatry Unit at the Institute, 1988-1995; editorial committee papers, 1986-1994; notes on international meetings arranged by Geoff Der relating to SCAN, 1989; field trial data in hard copy and floppy disks, [1989]; training manuals, reviews of statistics and other supporting literature, 1987-1991.

King's College London Institute of Psychiatry

HALL, Stuart George (b 1928)

  • K/PP91
  • Collection
  • 1970-1980

The papers of Professor Stuart George Hall comprise correspondence, journals and papers, 1967-1980; in particular a draft typescript paper on the origins of Easter, 1976; correspondence relating to lectureships in ecclesiastical history, the training for the ministry at King's and student assessment, 1978-1979; correspondence and papers relating to Hall's diocesan work in Nottinghamshire and as a Nottingham University Theology Faculty representative on various committees, 1970-1978; printed conference proceedings for conferences on patristic and biblical studies, 1971-1973.

Hall, Stuart George, b 1928, Professor of Ecclesiastical History

GRAHAM, Professor Ilse (b 1914)

  • K/PP23
  • Collection
  • 1974

Offprints of Schiller's drama: talent and integrity , (Methuen, London, 1974), and Goethe: portrait of the artist (de Gruyter, Berlin, 1977), both by Graham.

Graham, Ilse, b 1914, Professor of German

GERMAN: King's College London departmental student records

  • KDG/FP
  • Collection
  • 1918-1992

King's College London Department of German register of students, 1918-1937 (Ref: KDG/RG), record cards, [1950-1952], 1966-1982 (Ref: KDG/FPC), postgraduate student files, 1997-1998 (Ref: KDG/FPPG), student correspondence in the administrative series, 1955-1992 (Ref: KDG). The record cards cover all pass students and are subdivided into those taking German as part of a general degree or subsidiary subject, and German Honours students. Information contained typically includes photograph, name, college number, addresses, date of entry, honours course, subsidiary course, general degree subject, age, date of birth, previous education and examinations passed, National Service, proposed occupation, and scholarships. The Honours students' records include some details on the degree examination, higher degrees taken and studies abroad. The postgraduate series contains only a few files for PhD and research students. Information includes an application for admission as a postgraduate student, correspondence, awards application, details of previous degree, supervisor's report, dissertation/thesis outline and submission. The administrative series includes correspondence with and concerning students, 1955-1984, correspondence concerning awards and prizes to students, 1973-1992, correspondence regarding the registration of postgraduate students, 1969-1988, which includes whether the students were full or part-time, the name of their supervisor and date of registration.

King's College London Department of German

GEOGRAPHY: King's College London departmental records

  • KDGG
  • Collection
  • 1930-1996

The records of King's College London Department of Geography include staff committee minutes, correspondence, working papers and publications, 1930-1996; most notably departmental staff committee minutes, 1980-1993; papers relating to the organisation and reorganisation of the department and the implications for geography of the merger of King's with Queen Elizabeth and Chelsea Colleges, 1967-1988; papers relating to the Faculty of Arts, King's College London, 1987-1989; papers relating to research income in the department, 1983-1996; correspondence on appointments to the staff and concerning personnel in general, 1990-1994; staff-student committee minutes, 1969-1990; correspondence with the London School of Economics, 1981-1989; correspondence and statistics relating to the Board of Examiners and examination results, 1980-1987; correspondence concerning proposals for new Domesday survey, 1982; papers including correspondence, typescript reports and printed pamphlets on overseas field expeditions, 1982-1984; minutes, correspondence and safety guidelines relating to the Management Committee of the Rogate Field Centre, the biological, geographical and geological study centre opened in West Sussex in 1968, 1968-1993; working papers and enrolment forms concerning the European Community ERASMUS programme to facilitate co- operation between European universities, 1991-1996; teaching schedules, course information and syllabuses, 1967-1990; minutes, correspondence and printed reports of the King's College and London School of Economics Joint School Society, 1980-1992; MSc thesis by David Linton, lecturer in Geography at King's College, on drainage in Wessex, 1930; typescript copy of a draft of book by Professor John Thornes and Professor Denys Brunsden entitled Geomorphology and time (London, 1977); offprints of articles by David Linton and other members of staff including in the Scottish geographical magazine and Geographical journal on topics ranging from glaciation and drainage to human populations, 1932-1971; printed reports and bibliographies concerning Geography departmental expeditions and the published work of Sidney William Wooldridge, Professor of Geography, King's College, 1964-1966.

King's College London Department of Geography

JAMESON, Professor Alexander Hope (1874-1952)

  • K/PP24
  • Collection
  • 1935

Presentation volume of signatures of past and present members of the Engineering Faculty, University of London, presented to Jameson on his retirement from the Chair of Civil Engineering, Dec 1935; menu and ticket, Dec 1935, for the 38th Annual Dinner of the Engineering Society, where the above presentation was made.

Jameson, Alexander Hope, 1874-1952, Professor of Civil Engineering

LEETE, David L (b 1918)

  • K/PP42
  • Collection
  • 1929

Two scrapbooks, 1938-1940, relating to student life at King's College London and at Bristol University during the evacuation of the College there, containing photographs, newspaper cuttings, programmes and Christmas cards; material relating to a 1990 reunion and a special degree presentation ceremony in 1992; bound copies of The King's Engineer , 1937-1941, and the King's College Review , 1937-1941; mounted photographs showing the Engineering finalists, 1940-1941, and the Engineering students returning from a parade to the Daily Herald offices with Reggie [the lion and King's College mascot], 1938, with a medallion presented to Leete for rescuing Reggie from kidnap by Bristol students during a Union Society debate, Nov 1940. Books relating to the history of King's College, namely King's College Engineering Society, 1847-1957 (Private, London, 1957), by William Oswald Skeat, and The Centenary history of King's College London, 1828-1928 , 1929, by Fossey John Cobb Hearnshaw.

Leete, David L, b 1918

McCLARE, Dr Colin William Fraser (1937-1977)

  • K/PP137
  • Collection
  • c1957-1981

Papers of Colin William Fraser McClare, c1957-1981, comprising biographical and autobiographical material; laboratory notebooks c1964-1976; 'ideas' diaries; drafts for lectures and papers (not all published) c1959-c1976; teaching material, in particular for a course on the 'Social Impact of the Biosciences' which started in 1973, with which McClare had been closely involved; a set of McClare's publications including his major papers on bioenergetics and the correspondence arising; correspondence, 1964-1976 (mainly early 1970s), includes letters exchanged with the philosopher Sir Karl Raimund Popper, who offered considerable encouragement to McClare's early attempts to formulate and publish his scientific ideas, and whose philosophy McClare acknowledged as a profound influence.

McClare, Colin William Fraser, 1937-1977, biophysicist

LISHMAN, William Alwyn (1931-2021)

  • IOP/PP1
  • Collection
  • [1980-1997]

The papers [1980-1997] of William Lishman, comprising material relating to 3rd edition of Organic Psychiatry , an interview with Lishman and papers relating to a training pack on neuropsychiatry. The collection includes inserts, galley proofs and a copy of the 2nd edition of Organic Psychiatry all used in Lishman's rewriting for the 3rd edition of Organic Psychiatry , published in 1997 with several drafts of a section on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), the largest addition to the 3rd edition. Also includes interview with Lishman on his life and career and papers relating to the Neuropsychiatry training pack including the pack itself and papers of its writer, Dr Steven Church, relating to its creation.

Lishman, William Alwyn, 1931-2021, Professor of Neuropsychiatry

LIFE SCIENCES: King's College London faculty records

  • KFLS
  • Collection
  • 1976-1998

Faculty of Life Sciences/School of Life Sciences material at King's College London comprises minutes, correspondence, memoranda and personnel files, 1976- 1998. These notably include the School general files, 1990-1994; Divisional Executive Committee minutes, 1989-1996; papers relating to the strategic direction of the Faculty and School including the Subject Area Review Committee (SARC); typescript Strategic Plan, 1989-1993; minutes of the King's College London Academic Policy Group, 1990-1994; minutes of the King's Planning and Resources Committee, 1989-1994; papers relating to the merger of King's with the United Medical and Dental Schools, 1991-1993; minutes of the Academic Committee of the School of Biological Sciences, 1976- 1984; papers relating to the Interdisciplinary Research Centre, 1988-1989; correspondence concerning the establishment and function of the Centre for Mental Health Services Development, 1992-1993; correspondence on the International Centre for Underutilised Crops, King's College, 1991; research funding memoranda, correspondence and reports, notably with the Science and Engineering Research Council, 1988-1994; correspondence concerning student prizes in the Faculties of Natural Science and Engineering, 1978-1990; papers relating to a legal case involving the Department of Biochemistry, 1987; Divisional staff appointments, 1987; some staff personnel files, 1979-1998.

King's College London Faculty of Life Sciences

OWEN, Huw Parri (1926-1996)

  • K/PP95
  • Collection
  • [1961-1981]

The papers of Huw Parri Owen comprise typescript notes by Owen on the Creeds, [1961-1981].

Owen, Huw Parri, 1926-1996, theologian

PHYSIOTHERAPY: King's College London departmental records

  • KCPR
  • Collection
  • 1978-1990

The records of physiotherapy research at King's College consist of correspondence, minutes and research survey material, 1978-1990. These notably include correspondence with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy regarding grants, conferences and comparisons between the international provision of physiotherapy services, 1985; relating to the tenth anniversary celebrations of the Society for Research in Rehabilitation, hosted by the King's College Centre for Physiotherapy Research, and also comprising invitations, abstracts of conference papers and copies of the booklet entitled The first decade, 1978-1988 (London, 1988), 1988; correspondence concerning the content of the journal, Physiotherapy practice and its publisher, Churchill Livingstone, 1985-1988; minutes of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Electrotherapy sub-committee, 1988-1989; completed survey material relating to the National Survey of Equipment in Physiotherapy Departments, set up by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and co-ordinated by the Centre for Physiotherapy Research, with correspondence, tables of statistical data and questionnaires completed by health authorities and equipment manufacturers, 1986-1988; completed questionnaires for the related survey of electrotherapy equipment among private practitioners, 1986; completed patient questionnaires concerning mobility and disability for the Care of Elderly project; completed survey questionnaires and statistics for the project entitled 'The Role of Physiotherapy in the Care of Adults with Learning Difficulties (Mental Handicap)'; bibliographies of physiotherapy publications, 1982-1986.

King's College London Department of Physiotherapy

PARK, Professor John James (1795-1833)

  • K/PP76
  • Collection
  • [1832-1833]

Volume entitled 'Questions for Debate', [1832-1833], being legal questions devised by Professor John James Park, with some references to cases.

Park, John James, 1795-1833, Professor of English Law and Jurisprudence

WAR STUDIES: King's College London departmental student records

  • KDW/FP
  • Collection
  • 1960-1995

King's College London Department of War Studies, undergraduate and postgraduate student files, 1960-1995 (Ref: KDW/FP). The majority of files to date are for postgraduate MA, MPhil/PhD and research degrees, with BA files dating from 1992. Information typically includes application for admission, notification of title of thesis, application for fellowship, letters of reference, interim progress report and correspondence.

King's College London Department of War Studies

WHITE, Errol Ivor (1901-1985)

  • K/PP19
  • Collection
  • 1985

Volume entitled Errol Ivor White, 1901-1985, elected FRS 1956, by Sir James Stubblefield, FRS, (Reprinted from biographical memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society, volume 31, November 1985).

White, Errol Ivor, 1901-1985, Geologist

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