Research on the history of the Dunn School, c. 1941-2014
- Typescript essay 'Exploring the Origins of Medicine in Oxford', n.d.
- Correspondence and texts on Sir William Dunn, including an unpublished typescript introduction and preface about William Dunn by John Wylie, 1976-1991, n.d.
- A list of the papers kept by the family of Georges Dreyer's widow Margrete Jorgensen, with covering letter, 1985-1986, 1993
- Emails from Oxford college archivists concerning Eric Sidebottom's research on Oxford pathologists and James Ritchie and A.D. Gardner, 2002
- Correspondence concerning the memories of Myrtle Cracknell, whose father Frederick Garrett worked with A.D. Gardner, 2004
- Extracts regarding Howard Florey, including the typescript text of Norman Heatley's 1997 talk 'H.W. Florey, Professor of Pathology and Fellow of Lincoln College: The First Ten Years, 1935-1945', 1968-2003
- Two letters concerning memories of the development of penicillin, 2005
- Extracts and notes on the life and career of Albert Alexander, one of the first people to receive penicillin, with three photographs of Alexander, including a graphic image of him in hospital, c. 1941-2014
- Notes on the history of the Dunn School [by Henry Harris?], n.d.
- Eric Sidebottom's manuscript notes on Dunn School staff, n.d.
- c. 1941-2014