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BIOCHEMISTRY: King's College London departmental and student records

  • Collection
  • 1967-1994

The records of the Biochemistry Department at King's College London comprise minutes, correspondence, research notes, off-prints of journal articles and photographs, 1967-1994. These include minutes of committees of the Faculty of Life Sciences, School of Life, Basic Medical and Health Sciences, and Institute for Molecular Cell Biology, 1979-1991; correspondence and research reports of PhD students, 1967-1991; correspondence relating to project grant applications, academic and technology audits and staff promotion and training, 1984-1991; general correspondence concerning the Faculty of Life Sciences, 1985-1987; papers by research students of Professor Michael Scrutton, 1989; experimental research notes on cell membranes, 1994; material relating to The biomedical journal, including notes for contributors and publicity, 1985-1993; bound volumes of journal publications by departmental staff, 1972-1983; off-prints of articles by Professor Michael Scrutton, King's College London, 1980-1992; publications on laboratory safety and on departmental strategy, 1981-1988; photographs of students and staff including some joint honours and medical students, 1967- 1988.

King's College London Department of Biochemistry

DUCKWORTH, Capt Ralph Campbell Musbury RN (1907-1983)

  • Collection
  • 1936-1937

Copies of papers relating to his life and career, 1929-[1962], comprising four letters written while serving in Mediterranean, 1936-1937; text of his speech to the crew of HMS BERWICK in honour of Capt Arliss, 1946; synopsis of his lecture on 'The Royal Navy today', given at the Sociedade Brasileira de Cultura Inglesa, Rio de Janeiro, 1951; curricula vitae, 1955, [1959], [1962].

Duckworth, Ralph Campbell Musbury, 1907-1983, Captain RN

DE COURCY-IRELAND, Capt Stanley Brian, RN (1900-2001)

  • Collection
  • 1990 (covers 1900-1951)
  • Memoir by Captain Stanley Brian de Courcy-Ireland, A Naval Life (Englang Publishing, Poulton, Gloucestershire, second edition, 2002), written in 1990, detailing his life and career, 1900-1951, including the scuttling of the captured German Fleet at Scapa Flow, 1919, and his service at Combined Operations Headquarters, 1944-1945, under Maj Gen Robert Edward Laycock. Also, further notes on the scuttling of the German fleet, 1919, written as a review of Dan Van Der Vant's THE GRAND SCUTTLE (Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1982); notes on the visit, 25 Dec 1944, to HMS AJAX in port at Piraeus, Greece, by Archbishop Damaskinos Papandreou, Archibishop of Athens, for talks with Prime Minister Winston Churchill.

Ireland, Stanley Brian, de Courcy-, 1900-2001, Captain, Royal Navy

LYNCH, Gp Capt John Brayne (1900-1994)

  • Collection
  • 1917-1946

Royal Naval Air Service/RAF pilot's flying log book, 1918-1924; three RAF pilot's flying log books, 1924-1926, 1934-1936 and 1937-1946. Four photograph albums, with many captioned photographs of Lynch's service in Turkey and southern Russia, 1919, and Iraq, 1931-1934, also 51 photographic negatives, mostly of southern Russia, 1919. Personal papers and photographs,1917-1946, including printed RAF certificate for the completion of a course in 'Aerial gunnery and bombing, Eastchurch, Kent, 1924, congratulatory letter to Lynch, concerning a successful air display, from AVM Cyril Louis Norton Newall, Air Officer Commanding Wessex Bombing Area, 1931, and printed service history, compiled by Lynch's son, 1994.

Lynch, John Brayne, 1900-1994, Group Captain

MACFETRIDGE, Lt Col Charles Hemphill Townsend (1913-2002)

  • Collection
  • 1987

Publications by Lt Col Charles MacFetridge: A Memoir of Greece in 1948: A Year of Crisis , privately published, 1987, detailing experiences as British Liaison Officer, XL Greek Infantry Brigade, British Military Mission to Greece, operating in the Pindhos, Grammos and Vitsi mountains, Apr-Oct 1948; 'Mules in the British Army', a tribute published on the website of the British Mule Society (article no longer available online), [1995]; and British Mule Society booklet The Military Mule in the British Army and Indian Army: An Anthology. Part III: The Mountain Artillery Mule , 2000. Also copy of article 'Tales from the bushy-topped tree: a brief survey of military sketching', PJ Gough, Imperial War Museum Review No 10 , Nov 1995, including mention of MacFetridge.

MacFetridge, Charles Hemphill Townsend, 1913-2002, Lieutenant Colonel

MACDONALD-BUCHANAN, Maj Sir Reginald Narcissus (1898-1981)

  • Collection
  • 1940-[1943]

Papers relating to his service as ADC to FM Sir John Greer Dill, 1940-[1943], including 1 Army Corps routine orders by Dill, 1940; notes, maps and papers concerning 1 Army Corps manning exercise, Apr 1940; notebook giving details of plan for moving 1 Army Corps HQ from Quincey to Grammont, France, 1940; notes and drafts of letters written as ADC to Dill, 1940-1943;German propaganda leaflets, [1940].

Buchanan, Sir Reginald Narcissus Macdonald-, 1898-1981, Knight, Major

MACDONALD, V Adm Sir Roderick Douglas (1921-2001)

  • Collection
  • 1965-1967

Papers relating to his service in Borneo, 1965-1966, dated 1965-1967, principally comprising notes on his visit to Tawau Naval Station, Sabah, Malaysia, 4-7 Oct 1965, written on 7 Oct 1965; directive from Maj Gen George Harris Lea, Director of Borneo Operations, outlining Macdonald's responsibilities as Commander, Naval Forces, Borneo, 6 Jan 1966; report to Commander FarEast Fleet on naval operations in Borneo, 1963-1966, written in 1966.

Macdonald, Sir Roderick Douglas, 1921-2001, Knight, Vice Admiral

LAVERY, John Francis (1935-2004)

  • K/PP166
  • Collection
  • [1853-1988]

Papers of John F Lavery, consisting chiefly of photographs of Ancient Greek sites. Including photographs, glass slides and negatives of Ancient Greek sites, Greek landscapes and modern Greek buildings. Notebooks containing notes, diary entries and sketches, interspersed with items of correspondence and poems. Typescript bound draft volume: Agamemnon, Choephoria and Eumenides , edited and translated by Lavery. Draft articles and academic notes by Lavery. Lavery's PhD thesis, 1985; personal correspondence [1985-1995]. Sketches, press cuttings, maps, and poems.

Lavery, John Francis, 1935-2004, classics student, King's College London

LAVENDER, Cdr Peter (1917-1979)

  • Collection
  • [1944]

Notebook containing telegrams transmitted from and received by HMS RAJAH, 1944, and notes on transmitting equipment and mechanical supplies, [1944].

Lavender, Peter, 1917-1979, Commander RN

MEATES, Lt Col Geoffrey Wells (1900-1985)

  • Collection
  • 1919-1947

Papers, 1919-1947, of Lt Col Geoffrey Wells Meates, comprising his diaries, 1919, 1921-1939, 1943-1947, containing detailed narrative entries daily, and correspondence with his parents, 1921-1935, 1939-1945. Meates' diaries and letters record his activities, experiences, surroundings and travels, including his service with the Royal Artillery in Rangoon, Burma, and Calcutta, India, in the 1920s, and with Anti-Aircraft Artillery units in France (British Expeditionary Force, 1939-1940), Malta (1940-1944) and England (1944-1945) during World War Two.

Meates, Geoffrey Wells, 1900-1985, Lieutenant Colonel

MARNHAM, Brig Geoffrey (1906-1988)

  • Collection
  • 1916-1954

Papers relating to Marnham's life and career, 1916-1954, including twelve printed maps of Kashmir and Jammu, India, dated 1916-1933, with printed booklet entitled Notes for visitors to Kashmir (Pratap Government Press, India, 1933); printed programme for film Mons, 1924; twenty two captioned photographs relating to service in Peshawar and Nowshera, India, 1928-1935;typescript 'Report on operations in Greece', 4 Infantry Bde, 3 Mar-28 Apr 1941, with two printed maps of Greece [1941]; typescript official report 'The operations of the 50th (Northumbrian) Division in the Sicilian campaign, July and August 1943', with photograph of the memorial to 1 Durham Infantry Bde, Ponte Primosole, Sicily, 1943; typescript training notes by Maj Gen Charles Falkland Loewen,General Officer Commanding 1 Infantry Div, Mar 1945; printed booklet entitled Notes on the blockade of Berlin 1948. From a British viewpoint in Berlin (Headquarters, British Troops, Berlin, Germany, 1948); group photograph of the Warrant Officers and Sergeants, 62 Heavy Anti Aircraft Regt, Royal Artillery, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, Sep 1951; printed booklet containing list of members of 50 (Northumbrian) Div Officers Dining Club, Aug 1954.

Marnham, Geoffrey, 1906-1988, Brigadier

MATHEMATICS: King's College London departmental student records

  • KDM/FP
  • Collection
  • 1906-1991

King's College London Mathematics Department undergraduate record cards, 1909-1989 (Ref: KDM/FPC), undergraduate record books 1946-1986 (Ref: KDM/FP), undergraduate files, 1990-1991 (Ref: KDM/FP), postgraduate record cards, 1970-1988 (Ref: KDM/FPPG). Information contained on undergraduate record cards typically includes date of birth, address, date of entry/leaving, classification of degree. There are record cards for withdrawals that cover the period 1967-1984 and give course codes, grades and reports by tutors. Included within this series is an annual list of graduates from 1906-1983. Information contained in the undergraduate record books includes date of birth, address, scholarship details, examination results and third-year advanced subjects. This series also contains record books from Chelsea College Mathematics Department, 1967-1986, and record cards of Queen Elizabeth College Department of Mathematics, 1982-1985. These contain course codes, grades, results and photographs. The postgraduate record cards cover the years 1970-1988 and include Chelsea postgraduates from 1970-1986. Information given includes date of entry/leaving, address and results. This series also contains annual lists of MSc/MPhil/PhD passes, 1923-1984, theses titles, 1966-1984, names of students, 1971-1982 and enrolment forms, 1980-1991. The undergraduate files generally contain a record card, some correspondence, course unit registration and modification forms and an enrolment form.

King's College London Department of Mathematics

MCKEE, Lt Col John Alec (1916-1981)

  • Collection
  • 1942-[1950]

Papers relating to his service in World War Two, 1942-1945, principally comprising copies of typescript accounts of his escape from a POW camp in Libya, 1942, and of his service with 'A' Force in escape operations in Western Desert, 1942, Italy, 1943-1944, and Austria, 1945, written in [1945-1950], with related photographs, 1942-1945; typescript eyewitness account ofGerman atrocities against Italian peasants, 1943-1944, written in [1945]; official printed 'Analysis of surrendered German armies in Italy', issued by the Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff (Operational Intelligence Section), Allied Force HQ, 1945.

McKee, John Alec, 1916-1981, Lieutenant Colonel

METCALFE, Dr Hugh (1928-2002)

  • Collection
  • 1945-1992

Papers of Dr Hugh Metcalfe on guided weapons, 1918-1959, including lecture by Metcalfe, 'From Rheintochter to Rapier: An Outline History of the Development of Anti-Aircraft Surface-to-Air Missile Systems', 1918-1959; delivered to the Royal Aeronautical Society, 24 Nov 1992, with later additions including expansion of the text, extracts from related reports, detailed bibliography, archive material and Metcalfe's research papers [c1990] on the early history and evolution of guided weapons including photocopies of original minutes, working party papers and other material relating to guided weapons, [1945-1961] and articles, draft papers and transcripts of lectures on the subject of the history of guided weapons.

Metcalfe, Hugh, 1928-2002, weapons engineer and historian

MATURIN-BAIRD, Lt Col Charles Edgar (1899-1994)

  • Collection
  • 1940-1945

Papers relating to his work with the military police, Provost Service, 1939-1945, notably including official notes and operation orders concerning the evacuation of the BEF from France and Belgium, 1940.

Baird, Charles Edgar Maturin-, 1899-1944, Lieutenant Colonel

NASH, Professor John Kevin Tyrie Llewellyn (1922-1981)

  • K/PP37
  • Collection
  • 1961-1976

Papers and consultancy reports, 1961-1976, mainly relating to dams and disasters, including reports on the Tannur dam, Jordan, the Roxo dam, Portugal, and the proposed dam at Scammonden, Yorkshire; report on the Clarkston disaster, Glasgow, of 21 October 1971; numerous photographs of the Aberfan disaster, Glamorgan, 1966. Obituary of Nash in Quaker Work , 1985.

Nash, John Kevin Tyrie Llewellyn, 1922-1981, Professor of Civil Engineering


  • MPT
  • Collection
  • 1961-2000

Records, 1961-2000, relating to the original and new series of the periodical Modern Poetry in Translation and associated projects. The material pertains to languages including Afrikaans, Bulgarian, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Rumanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish and Yiddish. Publications comprise issues 1-44 of the magazine, 1965-1982, covering poetry from a wide range of sources including countries in Europe, the Middle East, Central and South America, Asia and Russia; MPT Year Book (1983); MPT programme for Poetry International 71 (1971); Poetry World (1986); and an Anthology of Twentieth Century Russian Poetry (1974), edited by Max Hayward and Daniel Weissbort. There are also files of translated poems, undated, from sources including various countries in Europe, Central and South America, and Asia. The bulk of the records comprises correspondence, covering all aspects of MPT 's organisation including discussion with publishers, printers and distributors; decisions on the content of future issues and work by guest editors; correspondence with translators on specific projects and the general theory of translation; and many letters from translators offering their services, demonstrating the wave of enthusiasm of which MPT was part. The first series of correspondence, covering 1961 to 1984, relates to issues 1-6 (1965-1969, when MPT was published by Cape Golliard) and includes files on particular countries and related translators; organisations including the Arts Council and Gulbenkian Foundation; individuals including Ted Hughes and his involvement with MPT ; distribution in Britain and America. The second series, 1966-1984, relates to the independent production of the magazine from 1969 and also to the Year Book (1983), and comprises some files on particular countries and their translators but also more general files covering aspects of production and admininstration over particular periods. The third series, 1964-1984, relates to translation projects in which Daniel Weissbort, editor of MPT , was engaged outside MPT . Subsequent deposits relate largely to the revival of MPT from 1992 and include papers on MPT , 1978-2000, among them translations, correspondence, reviews, biographical information and ephemera; papers relating to Poetry World after its launch in 1986; files relating to new series issues of MPT , comprising correspondence and translations; printed material including issues 1 and 2 of the new series, 1992; and working papers of Professor Norma Rinsler, 1993-1994 and undated, relating to the MPT new series and the Second International Poets Festival in Jerusalem, 1993, and including typescript poems and information on poets.

Modern Poetry in Translation, 1965- , periodical

MOCKLER, Surgeon Capt Eamon Joseph (1902-1983)

  • Collection
  • 1908

Papers relating to his medical career with the RN, 1939-1952, dated 1908, [1943]-1950, principally comprising typescript texts written as Chief Malariologist with the British Pacific Fleet, [1943-1946], including accounts of his work in Singapore, Hong Kong and Pacific Islands; typescript texts by Mockler and others on malaria and its treatment, [1943-1946]; official annual reportsas Naval Medical Officer of Health, Hong Kong, 1951-1952; lecture notes circulated at the RN Medical School, Alverstoke, to accompany a course on radiological defence, [1947]; British, Australian and US military publications on health and medical issues, 1942-1950, mainly malaria and tropical diseases.

Mockler, Eamon Joseph, 1902-1982, Surgeon Captain RN

MORGAN, Col Cyril (1924-1993)

  • Collection
  • 1943-[1978]

Papers of Col Cyril Morgan, 1943-[1978],comprising flying log books, 1943-1949; letters home from India, 1945-1947; correspondence and typescript reports relating to service in the Cameroons, the Belgian Congo [1962-1964] and Jamaica, 1968; typescript memoirs, with Curriculum Vitae [1978]; training manuals; printed Ordnance Survey maps of the UK [1965-1972]; printed Iranian pro-Shah propaganda material [1967].

Morgan, Cyril, 1924-1993, Colonel

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