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Additional papers of Sir Cecil Clementi

Official and personal papers of Sir Cecil Clementi (1875-1947), colonial governor, with papers of his wife, Lady Penelope Clementi (1889–1970) and other family members.
Extents: 17.0 linear metres (107 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1871-2013
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Additional papers of Sir Ronald Syme

Additional papers of Sir Ronald Syme (1903-1989), classical historian.
Extents: 10.05 linear metres (67 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1830s-1990s
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Album of manuscript verse by Caroline de Crespigny, Thomas Medwin and other contemporary English and German poets, with some original drawings and watercolours

Caroline de Crespigny’s album is made up predominantly of original autograph verse by herself, Thomas Medwin and the German poets they encountered and translated. Tipped in, pinned or loosely inserted are also original drawings and watercolours, together with cut-outs and press cuttings, and one music manuscript. As far as it has been possible to establish, her own verses are unpublished. A number of other pieces remain unidentified.
Shelfmark: MS. 11916
Extents: 1.0 volume
Dates: 1838-1861, n.d.
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Archive of Archibald Clark Kerr, Baron Inverchapel

Archive of Archibald Clark Kerr, Baron Inverchapel (1882-1951), British diplomat, with some family papers.
Extents: 21.75 linear metres (146 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1850-1993
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Archive of Arnold Joseph Toynbee

Comprises extensive working correspondence, papers and photographs
Extents: 26.5 linear metres (173 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1895-1978
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Archive of Arturo and Ilsa Barea

Correspondence and papers of Arturo and Ilsa Barea.
Extents: 8.0 linear metres (56 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1900-2018, bulk c. 1930-1970
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Archive of Carlile Aylmer Macartney

Papers of Carlile Aylmer Macartney (1895-1978), historian and author, relating to Europe in the interwar period and during the Second World War.
Extents: 3.7 linear metres (37 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1895-1964
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Archive of Cyril Dean Darlington (1903-1981)

Comprises: A Biographical and personal: Autobiographical and bibliographical, 1904-1981 Diaries and jotters, 1885-1981 School and university, 1910-1980 Personal correspondence and material, 1922-1978 Family correspondence and material, 1851-1981 Photographs and press cuttings, 1885-1979 …
Extents: 27 Linear metres (247 boxes)
Dates: 1851-1981
Collection

Archive of Daniel Meadows, photographer and social documentarist

Archive of Daniel Meadows, British photographer and social documentarist, 1969-2014.
Extents: 23.54 linear metres (214 physical shelfmarks; 197 digital shelfmarks (1948 digital items))
Dates: 1969-Dec 2020, n.d.
Collection

Archive of Erik Jensen

Correspondence and documents of Erik Jensen (b. 1933), former UN Under-Secretary-General, during his time with MINURSO (United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara).
Extents: 6.75 linear metres (45 boxes)
Dates: Majority of material found within Bulk, 1991-1998; 1991-2012
Collection

Archive of Frederick Louis MacNeice

Papers of the poet and playwright Frederick Louis MacNeice (1907-1963), with papers of Hedli MacNeice, née Anderson (1907-1990)
Extents: 10.17 linear metres (76 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1917-1989; n.d.
Collection

Archive of Frederick W. Sternfeld

Archive of Frederick W. Sternfeld, 1938-1962, n.d.
Extents: 0.77 linear metres (7 boxes)
Dates: 1938-1962, n.d.
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Archive of Peter Landin, computer scientist, academic and gay rights campaigner

Archive of Peter Landin (1930-2009) computer scientist, academic and gay rights campaigner.
Extents: 22.35 linear metres (148 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1953-2006, n.d.
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Archive of Sir Mark Aurel Stein (1862-1943)

Archive of Sir Mark Aurel Stein (1862-1943).
Extents: 43.23 linear metres (393 boxes)
Dates: 1854-1953
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Archive of Sir Michael Dummett

Archive of Sir Michael Dummett, philosopher and campaigner against racial injustice
Extents: 6.3 linear metres (42 boxes)
Dates: 1951-2013
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Archive of Sir Willoughby Hyett Dickinson, later Baron Dickinson, concerning the League of Nations movement in England

The archive includes papers and pamphlets by Dickinson and others, and papers of the League of Nations Society and the League to Enforce Peace.
Extents: 1.05 linear metres (6 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1914-1940
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Archive of the Anti-Apartheid Movement

Archive of the Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1956-1998.
Extents: 146.85 linear metres (2515 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1956-1998
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Archive of the Anti-Slavery Society

Papers of The Anti-Slavery Society, 1757-1982.
Extents: 118.47 linear metres (2236 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1757-1982
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Archive of the Macirone Family

Correspondence and papers of the Macirone Family, principally George Macirone (1788-1858), his wife Mary Ann Macirone (1791-1869) nee Perriman, and their three children, Clara Macirone (1821-1914), Emily Macirone (1821-1888) and George Augustus Macirone (1834-1910) with born-digital transcriptions of their letters and diaries by Patricia Neate.
Extents: 1.54 linear metres (14 physical shelfmarks; 1 digital shelfmark)
Dates: 1584-2016
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Archive of the North Family

Archive of the North Family, Barons North and Earls of Guilford, 13th-20th century.
Extents: 26.01 linear metres (309 boxess)
Dates: 13th-20th century

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Africa, West -- History 1
Amputees 1
Anabaptists 1
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Apartheid 1
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Apartheid -- South Africa -- 20th century 1
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United Nations 3
Anti-Apartheid Movement 2
Conservative Party 2
Conservative Party | Conservative Campaign Headquarters 2
Conservative Party | Conservative Central Office 2
Conservative Party | Conservatives in the European Parliament 2
European Parliament | European Conservative Group 2
European Parliament | European Democratic Group 2
Huddleston | Ernest Urban Trevor | 1913-1998 | Archbishop of the Indian Ocean and member of the Community of the Resurrection 2
Phillipps | Sir Thomas | 1792-1872 | Baronet | Antiquary, and Collector of MSS and Books 2
Shakespeare | William | 1564-1616 | Dramatist 2
University of Oxford 2
Aborigines Protection Society (Great Britain) Aborigines Protection Society (Great Britain). 1
Albinoni | Tomaso Giovanni | 1671-1750/1751 | composer 1
Aldrich | Henry | 1648-1710 | composer 1
Allen | Helen Mary | 1872-1952 1
Allen | Percy Stafford | 1869-1933 | President of Corpus Christi College Oxford 1
Anerio | Felice | c 1560-1614 | composer 1
Anti-Slavery International 1
Anti-Slavery International for the Protection of Human Rights. 1
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Anti-Slavery Society for the Protection of Human Rights 1
Anti-slavery Society (Great Britain) 1
Anti-slavery and Aborigines Protection Society (Great Britain). 1
Arne | Thomas Augustine | 1710-1778 | composer 1
Ash | John Sidney | 1925-2014 | ornithologist 1
Bach | Johann Christian | 1735-1782 | composer 1
Barber | Martin | Former Director of United Nations Mine Action Service 1
Barea | Ilsa | 1902-1973 | nee Pollak | Austrian writer and translator 1
Barker | Edmund Henry | 1788-1839 | Classical Scholar 1
Bartholdy | Cécile | Mendelssohn- | 1817-1853 | wife of Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy 1
Bartholdy | Jacob Ludwig Felix Mendelssohn- | 1809-1847 | composer 1
Bartholdy | Jacob Ludwig Felix | Mendelssohn- | 1809-1847 | composer 1
Bassani | Giovanni Battist | c 1650-1716 | composer 1
Batten | Adrian | d 1637 | English composer 1
Beasley | John D. | b 1940 | puzzle enthusiast 1
Beaumont | fl 1688-1730 | Nonconformist 1
Beethoven | Ludwig van | 1770-1827 | German composer and pianist 1
Bernabei | Ercole | 1622-1687 | composer 1
Bianchi | (Giuseppe) Francesco | c 1752-1810 | English composer 1
Bibliothèque Nationale de France | also BNF | Paris, France 1
Blish | James Benjamin | 1921-1975 | writer 1
Blow | John | 1648-1708 | composer 1
Boyce | William | 1710-1779 | musician 1
Bracton | Henry de | c 1210-1268 | Judge, Chancellor of Exeter Cathedral 1
Braun | Helene Margarete Hedwig Hildburg | 1910-2004 | née Weber 1
Braun | Konrad Ernst Leonard | 1896-1969 | lawyer and judge, Quaker scholar 1
Braun | Thomas Felix Rudolf Gerhard | 1935-2008 | classicist and Dean of Merton College, Oxford 1
Britain-Tanzania Society 1
British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society. 1
Buchmayer | Richard | 1856-1934 | German pianist and musicologist 1
Bulbring | Edith | 1903-1990 | pharmacologist 1
Bull | John | 1562/1563–1628 | composer 1
Bunsen | Berta Mary de | 1869-1954 | nee Lowry-Corry 1
Bunsen | Elizabeth de | d. 1903 | nee Gurney 1
Bunsen | Sir | Maurice William Ernest de | 1852-1932 | Knight and Diplomat 1
Burney | Charles | 1726-1814 | musician and author 1
Byrd | William | c 1540-1623 | musical composer 1
Bywater | Ingram | 1840-1914 | Regius Professor of Greek at Oxford 1
Bülbring | Maud | b 1902 | sister of Edith Bülbring 1
Caesar | Julius | 1558-1636 | Sir | Knight Judge 1
Carissimi | Giacomo | 1605-1674 | composer 1
Carrington | Mary Townsend | 1892-1980 | nee Eyres 1
Chalmers | George | 1742-1825 | Antiquary and Public Servant 1
Chaucer | Geoffrey | c 1340-1400 | Poet 1
Child | William | 1606/1607-1697 | composer 1
Church of England | Diocese of London | Consistory Court 1
Cimarosa | Domenico | 1749-1801 | Italian composer 1
Civilian Police International | CIVPOL 1
Clark Kerr | Archibald John Kerr | 1882-1951 | Baron Inverchapel | British diplomat 1
Clarke | Jeremiah | c 1743-1809 | composer 1
Clementi | Augusta Mildred Warren | 1878-1969 | nee Graham 1
Clementi | Cecily Joyce | b 1915 1
Clementi | Cresswell Montagu | 1918-1981 | Air Vice-Marshal 1
Clementi | Dione Rose | 1914-2010 | lecturer in history 1
Clementi | Isabel | 1850–1930 | nee Collard 1
Clementi | Lockhart | 1881-after 1917 | Captain 1
Clementi | Marie Penelope Rose | 1889–1970 | nee Eyres | known as Penelope Clementi 1
Clementi | Montagu | 1839-1919 | Colonel, Judge Advocate-General in India 1
Clementi | Sir | Cecil | 1875-1947 | Knight | colonial governor 1
Clementi | Winifred Dorothy | d 1966 | nee Hobson | known as Dorothy Clementi 1
Community of the Resurrection | Mirfield | Yorkshire 1
Conservative Party | Commonwealth Affairs Committee 1
Conservative Party | Conservative Commonwealth & Overseas Council 1
Conservative Party | Conservative Commonwealth Council 1
Conservative Party | Conservative Foreign & Commonwealth Council 1
Conservative Party | Conservative Group for Europe 1
Conservative Party | Conservative Overseas Bureau 1
Conservative Party | Conservative Overseas Bureau Committee 1
Conservative Party | Conservative Party International Office 1
Conservative Party | parliamentary party 1
Conservative Party | professional headquarters 1
Coprario | John | c 1570/1580-1626 | composer 1
Cornford | Stan | fl. 1991-2013 | meteorologist 1
Corry | Montagu William Lowry- | 1838-1903 | Baron Rowton | philanthropist 1
Crespigny | Caroline de | 1798-1861 | poet 1
D'Orville | Jacques Philippe | 1696-1751 | Classical Scholar 1
Darlington | Cyril Dean | 1903-1981 | scientist 1
Davis | Henry William Carless | 1874-1928 | historian 1
Dickinson | Willoughby Hyett | 1859-1943 | 1st Baron Dickinson | politician 1
Dodds | Eric Robertson | 1893-1979 | classical scholar 1
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Language
English 52
Italian 23
Latin 21
Spanish; Castilian 15
Greek, Modern (1453-) 13
Dutch; Flemish 10
Portuguese 10
Greek, Ancient (to 1453) 9
Russian 9
Arabic 8
Danish 8
Hebrew 8
Swedish 8
Hungarian 4
Japanese 4
Polish 4
Welsh 4
Chinese 3
Croatian 3
Afrikaans 2