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ANDERSON, Lt Gen Sir Charles Alexander (1857-1940)

  • ANDERSON, CA
  • Collection
  • 1877-1920

Letters home, reports, official correspondence and related papers concerning Anderson’s military career, including: letters home, 1877-1885, relating to the operations of the Jowaki-Afridi expedition on the North West Frontier, India, 1877-1885; letters relating to his service with the Peshawar Valley Field Force, Afghanistan, 1878-1880, with accounts of the Battle of Ali Musjid (Ali Masjid), Nov 1878, the Battle of Fatehabad (Futtehabad), Apr 1879, the Battle of Jegdalek, Oct 1879, looting by British forces, deaths due to pneumonia, typhoid and cholera, the siege of the Sherpur Cantonment, Dec 1879, and British advances in the Laghman region, eastern Afghanistan, 1880; a letter home, 1885, relating to the surrender of Burma; report, correspondence and photographs relating to an explosion in the ordnance depot at Ferozepore, India (Firozpur, Pakistan), 1906. Also correspondence and related papers concerning Anderson’s military appointments and his retirement, 1920.

Anderson, Charles Alexander, 1857-1940, Lieutenant General

WILLIAMSON, Frederick (fl 1882-1884)

  • K/PP30
  • Collection
  • 1884

Notebook of Williamson, 1884, created whilst a student at King's College, London, and containing notes on Divinity, Greek, Mathematics, Physics, History, Latin, Greek Testament and English Literature.

Williamson, Frederick, fl 1882-1884

ARTS: King's College London faculty student records

  • KFA/FP
  • Collection
  • 1962-2000

King's College London Faculty of Arts student files, 1971-1984 (Ref: KFA/FP), Faculty of Arts record cards, 1962-1988 (Ref: KFA/FPC), Faculty of Arts mark sheets, 1981-1988 (Ref: KFA/FP), School of Humanities undergraduate files, 1988-1998 (Ref: KSH/FP), School of Humanities postgraduate files, 1988-1997 (Ref: KSH/FPPG), School of Humanities undergraduate withdrawals, 1984-1995 (Ref: KSH/FP(W)), School of Humanities postgraduate withdrawals, 1965-1997 (Ref: KSH/FPPG(W)), School of Humanities non-degree undergraduate student files, 1990-2000 (Ref: KSH/FPND), the Subdean's correspondence with and regarding students, plus testimonials, 1930-1945, [1958]-1973 (Ref: KFA/FP(ADV)), BMus/MMus Music Performance student files, 1992-1996 (Ref: KSH/BMUS, KSH/MMUS). Files typically consist of enrolment forms for each year, a UCAS (Universities and College Admissions Service) form, letters of admission and acceptance, and some correspondence. Information contained includes title, name, photograph, address, date of birth, marital status, school number, nationality, choice of University and subjects, education from age 11 and public school exams already taken. The record cards series covers occasional students, finalists and withdrawals.

King's College London Faculty of Arts

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-

COUNCIL: King's College London committee records

  • KA/C
  • Collection
  • 1828-1996

King's College London Council minutes and agenda books, 1828-1996, include a record of College business from the first public declaration of an intention to found King's College London in 1828 through to 1996, comprising signed manuscript minute books with indexes, 1828-1947; typescript signed minutes with indexes, 1947-1980; typescript unsigned minutes and associated papers, 1980-1996; rough minute books, 1829-1845; microfilm copies of Council minutes, 1828-1875; annotated Council agenda books, 1845-1980. Early minutes detail all aspects of College business, but are especially strong on staff appointments, fellowships, awards and prizes, and teaching in specific departments including King's College Hospital, before thinning out during the 1890s. Since the reunification of the College in 1980, they include strategic planning and mergers, the work of the most important College committees, the place of King's within the framework of Higher Education and, in particular, College finances, and include copies of letters, circulars, and other relevant inserts and enclosures, and from 1947, the minutes of the Joint Meeting of the Council and Theological Committee.

King's College London Council, 1829-

COUNCIL SPECIAL COMMITTEES: King's College London records

  • KA/CS
  • Collection
  • 1835-1938

The records of the special committees of the Council of King's College London consist of minutes and some other papers, mainly concerning appointments to posts, 1835-1938; notably including Medical Department, Medical Committee and Hospital Committee minutes and papers on the allocation of teaching space, laboratory provision, appointments to surgical and other posts including Physiology, the Sambrooke Registrarship, a proposed museum for medical exhibits, outpatients and the provision of hospital beds, the Bacteriological Department and the development of other new departments, and the removal of the Hospital, 1835-1910; minutes of a Special Committee into College Finances, 1895-1896; papers relating to King's College School including the selection of pupils, staff appointments, accommodation and the School's relocation, 1849-1910; papers concerning Engineering at King's including the teaching of drawing, the curriculum and appointments, 1891-1910; minutes of the Committee of Education including the financial standing of the Department, 1891-1893; minutes of various committees relating to the education of women, 1881-1905; committees relating to academic Chairs including those of Ecclesiastical History, Exegesis of the New Testament, Fine Art, Arts of Construction, Chemistry, Geology, Italian, Mechanical Engineering, Natural Philosophy, Political Economy and Sanskrit, 1835-1938; relating to the office of the Principal, 1868; relating to the Council's recognition of the General Board and Boards of Departments, 1869; proposals to amalgamate the Chairs of Chemistry, 1870; relating to the teaching of Physics, 1884; proposals to revive the teaching of Oriental languages, 1884; committees concerned with the nomenclature of departments and faculties, most notably the reorganisation of General Literature and Science, 1887; Building Committee minutes and other papers relating to site maintenance including tenders for new construction, laboratories and a photographic room, 1835-1904; Strand School, 1904-1910; Theological minutes and papers including the Theological Professorial Board, Hostel, the Inspection of Theological Colleges and the College Chapel, 1841-1938.

King's College London Council, 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-

LADIES CLUB: King's College London records

  • KSL
  • Collection
  • 1970-1975

Records, 1970-1975, of King's College London Ladies Club comprising minutes, notices and addresses of members.

King's College London Ladies Club, 1970-1975

REGISTRY: King's College London student slip books

  • KAR/FPS
  • Collection
  • 1918-1968

King's College London Registry slip books, 1918-1968 (Ref: KAR/FPS1). Forms typically give name, age, date of birth, schooling, degrees, scholarships, exams passed, address of student, address of parent/guardian, date of matriculation, session, courses, detailed courses, exam results. They are continued in a record card series (Ref: KAR/FPS2).

King's College London Registry, 1914-

SECRETARY'S OFFICE: King's College London academic faculty administrative records

  • KAS/AC1
  • Collection
  • 1830-1990

Correspondence and minutes of Faculty Boards and Departmental Committees relating to benefactions, scholarships and bursaries 1851-1979, and courses, examinations, admissions, fees and grants, 1904-1983, including the London Intercollegiate Scholarship Board, 1904-1918, admission of women to the Associateship of King's College London (Theological), 1921, the Consultative Committee of London Colleges and Secondary Schools, 1923-1929, minutes and papers of the Thomas Wall Trust, 1930-1939, the National Research Development Corporation, 1950-1964, reports, correspondence and minutes relating to the Library Committee, loans, bequests, transfers, purchases, grants and staff issues, 1917-1918, 1932-1983, correspondence, papers and minutes of the Trustees relating to the purchase of the Liddell Hart Library and the establishment of the Centre for Military Archives (later Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives), 1960-1983, correspondence and papers relating to the Gilbart lectures on banking and examinations for prizes, 1872, 1923-1939, 1947-1990.

King's College London College Secretary, 1828-

LISTER, Baron Joseph (1827-1912)

  • K/PP152
  • Collection
  • 1875-1990

Photographs, portraits and other images relating to Joseph Lister including the operating theatre where he worked; surgical equipment used by Lister; copies of portraits of Lister, one autographed by Lister; photograph of Lister with his House Surgeons and Dressers 1861-1893; photograph of Lister at complementary dinner to Dr William Playfair; card with signatures of the Principal and senior staff of King's College and King's College Hospital presented to Lister on his 80th birthday; photographs of Lister memorials including plaques, centenary celebrations and his representation in television and film; review of biography of Lister, Times Literary Supplement; captions and photographs used for an exhibition on Lister.

Lister, Joseph, 1827-1912, 1st Baron Lister, surgeon

MARSDEN, William (1754-1836)

  • K/PP136
  • Collection
  • c1580-1805

Manuscripts collected by William Marsden, including letters and other material, 1627-1668, relating to Portuguese Catholic missionaries in India, some from Ajmir and Agra, and Tibet; texts, grammars and vocabularies, [17th-18th centuries], including Welsh; Icelandic; Kannada; Tamil fragments, some on palmyra leaves; Javanese text; Tagalog fragments; 'Bocabulario Tagalo', [c1580]; 'Vocabulario de la lengua Iloca'; manuscript letter from C T de Murr to William Marsden, 24 Feb 1797, regarding the Bibliotheca glottica universalis, with accompanying typescript transcription; Ionian (Greek) newspaper concerning King George III, 1805.

Two items, martyrology of Portuguese missionaries in India and other parts of Asia, [17th century]; and manuscript entitled 'Principio do dereito q. tem el Rey de Portugal da Ilha de Goa...1595', bound with 'Livro tresladado dos contos de Goa de todos os ordenados q. Sua Magestade da na India...', both 1658, also with cipher used presumably by the Jesuits, 'Cifra da Compa. q. devem ter todos os superiores...'; were transferred to the <a href="https://www.kcl.ac.uk/library/archivespec/special-collections/access.aspx">Foyle Special Collections Library </a> at King’s College London in 2018.

Marsden, William, 1754-1836, orientalist and numismatist

MARSH, Neville (b 1943)

  • Q/PP3
  • Collection
  • 1963-1986

The papers of Neville Marsh comprise the manuscript of his history of Queen Elizabeth College with copies of the published work and correspondence connected with its research and publication, 1985-1986; draft lectures by Marsh on blood pressure, circulation and kidney function, 1963-[1981].

Marsh, Neville Alexander, b 1943, lecturer in physiology

MATHEMATICS: Chelsea College departmental records

  • CDM
  • Collection
  • 1965-1984

Chelsea College Department of Mathematics records, 1965-1984. The collection includes Mathematics Staff Committee minutes, 1965-1976, and correspondence relating to appointments, promotions, staffing levels and staff conditions of employment, [1974-1984].

Chelsea College Department of Mathematics

KING'S COLLEGE LONDON: University of London microfiche records

  • K/MFF
  • Collection
  • 1971-1989

University of London Registry microfiche records of King's College London undergraduate and postgraduate students, 1971-1989. Student examination results and some transcript information, mainly from the 1950s until present, is held by the Transcripts Office of the External and Internal Student Administration Office of the University of London under the University Registry and this material represents a copy of sections of records relevant to King's College originally supplied by the King's Registry. Individual fiche items take the form of transcripts. Information typically contained includes name, matriculation number, date of birth, nationality, home and term-time address, previous education, transferrals, major and minor subjects, marks, value, degree awarded, date of award and comments.

University of London Registry

KING'S COLLEGE SCHOOL

  • KS
  • Collection
  • 1868-1911

Records, 1868-1911, of King's College School, including annual lists of pupils and amounts paid for books, 1868-1896, and indexes of books in use [late 19th century] (Ref: KS/LI); papers on the removal of the School to Wimbledon, 1897; cash accounts for Trustees meetings, 1897-1900; correspondence on raising funds for the School, 1902-1903; correspondence on the financial consequences of severance of the School from King's College London, 1905-1906; applications for the headmastership, 1906; correspondence on a proposal for a pupils' boarding house in Wimbledon, 1909-1910; correspondence and papers on School affairs including transfer of the School from King's College London, financial affairs, the new governing body, and applications for the headmastership, 1909-1911 (Ref: KS/F).

King's College School, 1831-

LEATHERHEAD EMERGENCY HOSPITAL: registers

  • LEH
  • Collection
  • 1939-1942

Leatherhead Emergency Hospital in-patients registers, 1939-1942, 1946, (LEH/R1-2); Leatherhead Emergency Hospital index of patients admitted, 1942, (LEH/IN1).

Leatherhead Emergency Hospital

LEWIS, Sir Aubrey Julian (1900-1975)

  • IOP/PP3
  • Collection
  • 1905-2009

Papers of Aubrey Lewis, 1905-2009, relating to his university education and early medical training, 1920-1929, including essays, editorials, notes on anthropological study of Indigenous Australian people, and details of Rockefeller fellowship. Material relating to the Maudsley Hospital, including research on treatments for hysteria, correspondence, videotaped interviews with Aubrey Lewis and Carlos Paton Blacker. Papers relating to Aubrey Lewis's Rockefeller-funded tour of Europe, 1937 (tour of European medical facilities and medical researchers in neurology, psychiatry, genetics, and other related fields, funded by the Rockefeller foundation and undertaken by Aubrey Lewis) including Rockefeller foundation file card, manuscript notes, correspondence, manuscript notes, draft copies of report. Material, 1938-1944, relating to the provision of psychiatric health care in World War Two, including papers relating to the Committee of Psychiatrists (a voluntary committee of London based psychiatrists formed in 1938, in order to discuss the best approach for providing psychiatric health care to military personnel and civilians in the event of war, and to provide advice to the Ministry of Health on this subject), correspondence, reports and memoranda, DVD copy of film, Neuropsychology. Draft articles, lectures, reviews, and associated research materials, 1934-1976. Published articles, lectures and reviews by Aubrey Lewis, 1926-1972. Personal correspondence, 1931-1975. Papers relating to publications and broadcasts by Aubrey Lewis, 1936-1968, including correspondence, memoranda of agreement, press cuttings, and reviews. Papers relating to committees and advisory bodies, 1943-1969 including memorandum for consultation by the Inter-Departmental Committee on Medical Schools, materials relating to population growth, demography, and the Royal Society Population Study Group, papers relating to the University Grants Committee. Tributes, honours and obituaries, 1959-1976, including published tributes, obituaries, letters of condolence. Photographs, mostly of Lewis and his wife, including copies covering his childhood and early life, visits to the USA and Australia and Institute social functions, spanning [1905]-1976.

Lewis, Sir Aubrey Julian, 1900-1975, Knight, Professor of Psychiatry and Head of the Institute of Psychiatry

DIVERS, Brig Sydney Thomas (1896-1979)

  • DIVERS
  • Collection
  • 1914-1979

Papers, 1914-1979, of Brig Sydney Thomas Divers, including correspondence and papers relating to service with Territorial Force and Army Service Corps, 1915-1926; correspondence and papers relating to employment in Civil Service and other civilian posts, 1915-1952; Tropical topics magazine , produced on Troopship ARANDORRA STAR, 1941; account of 50 Div, Cyprus, 1941; correspondence and cuttings relating to award of DSO, 1942; 'Ships Orders' by Divers, Officer Commanding Troops, HMS HILARY, 1943; RASC Depot on Operation AVALANCHE, 1943; account of invasion of Italy, 1943; recommendation of award of US Legion of Merit; report to RASC services, Italian campaign, 1945; 'Supply and transport 8th Army Operation Instruction No 1' on formation of RASC Regt for assault on Argenta, Italy, 1945; Deputy Director Supply and Transport 8 Army Administrative Instructions, 1945; Deputy Director Supply and Transport 8 Army Appreciation, Spring offensive, 1945; message of appreciation from Lt Gen Sir Richard (Loudon) McCreery, General Officer Commanding 8 Army; Deputy Director Supply and Transport 8 Army planning memoranda on supplies for British troops in Austria, 1945; report of Deputy Director Supply and Transport on 'Lessons of the fighting in Italy 1945'; '8th Army Leave Scheme', papers, cuttings and photographs, 1945; 'A collection of Gen Montgomery's, Lt Gen Leese's and Lt Gen McCreery's messages to the 8th Army, 1942-1945'; Special Order of Thanks from Divers to the RASC on leaving 8 Army, 1945; commendation of Divers from US Lt Gen Mark Wayne Clark, commanding US 5 Army, 1945; correspondence with Lt Gen McCreery, 1944-1953; personal correspondence, 1948-1979, including with US Gen Mark Wayne Clark and US Gen Alfred Maximilian Gruenther; account entitled 'Left hook at Mareth' on 1943 North African campaign, 1948; RASC Review, 1951, including article by Divers on formation of RASC Regt in 1944, with related notes and correspondence, including with McCreery; 'A wanderer returns', Divers' reflection on post-war UK, 1945; notes on career and on 50 Div, TA, during World War Two, compiled for inclusion in The story of the Reserve Army (1968). Printed material comprises issues of the periodical The illustrated war news (1914-1915); Generals of the British Army [1917]; The war in North Africa [1943]; The advance on Rome [1944]; The road to Rome [1944]. The collection also contains programmes for a reception of 56 Div and 47 Div, TA, at the Guildhall, 1934; Silver Jubilee of George V, 1935; visit of Queen Elizabeth II to Newcastle upon Tyne, 1954; 'Last reunion, El Alamein', 1976; menu for El Alamein dinner, signed by Montgomery (FM Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein); photographs, chiefly groups and functions [1940-1945].

Divers, Sydney Thomas, 1896-1979, Brigadier

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