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DELEGACY: University of London King's College committee records

  • KA/D
  • Collection
  • 1910-1980

The records of the Delegacy of University of London, King's College, consist of minutes and agenda books, 1910-1980, namely volumes of bound, manuscript, minute books, 1910-1948, bound, typescript, minute books, 1949-1980, with separate index volumes, [1910-1980], and microfilm copies of minutes, 1910-1917; guard books containing copies of enclosures of correspondence, memoranda and reports, 1927-1980; agenda books relating to the subjects of discussion in the main Delegacy minute series, 1910-1980. The Delegacy minutes contain a wealth of information regarding teaching, administration and the strategic direction of the College, including finance, appointments, appeals, grants and awards, annual reports, and relations with other higher education institutions and especially the University of London.

University of London, King's College Delegacy, 1908-1980

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

SIMPSON, Lt Cdr Denis Louis (1912-1987)

  • Collection
  • [1940]-1946

Microfilm copies of papers relating to his naval career, 1942-1946, principally comprising 'Africa Navy blues', an illustrated account of his experiences in the RN, 1942-1946, written in 1946, covering his service on HMS BIRMINGHAM in a convoy from Egypt to Malta (Operation VIGOROUS), June 1942, and on anti-submarine trawlers in the Bay of Bengal, 1942, during the Allied invasion of Madagascar, 1942, and in South Africa, 1942-1945; diary, 1943-1945. 'War time trawler', a transcript of a broadcast by James McClurg of the South African Broadcasting Corporation concerning his experiences on board an anti-submarine trawler during World War Two, written in [1940-1945].

Simpson, Denis Louis, 1912-1987, Lieutenant Commander RN