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Evan Jones Archive

Papers of the writer Evan Jones.
Extents: 8.5 Linear metres (43 shelfmarks)
Dates: 1949-2011, n.d.
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Ivor Treby archive

Correspondence and papers of Ivor Treby, poet, gay literary activist and Michael Field researcher.
Extents: 4.5 Linear metres (30 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1884-2012
Collection

John Evans' map of Sana'a in 1959

Two maps of Sana'a, Yemen, in 1959 created by John Evans from aerial photography with draft versions of the maps and other working papers, and aerial photographs from 1959 and 1973.
Extents: 1.0 Linear metre (4 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1959-1994
Single Item

Letter from a child, ‘Marcel’, Leavsden Green school, to C.S. Lewis

Letter from a pupil, 'Marcel', of Leavsden Green school sent in 2008 to C.S. Lewis.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 6859, fols. 80-82
Extents: 3 Leaves
Dates: 2008
Single Item

Letter from C. S. Lewis to Violet Toy, biographical notes on Toy, and an essay by Toy

Letter from C. S. Lewis to Violet Toy, biographical notes on Toy, and an essay by Toy.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 6043, fols. 82-88
Extents: 7 Leaves
Dates: 1944, 2001, n.d.
Single Item

Letter from John le Carré to Judge Jon O. Newman, with original letter of enquiry

Letter from John le Carré to Judge Jon O. Newman, with original letter of enquiry, 2011-2012.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 8417, fols. 3-4
Extents: 2 Leaves
Dates: Dec 2011-Apr 2012
Single Item

Letters of Garfield and Grace Todd

Letters of Garfield and Grace Todd
Shelfmark: MSS. Afr. s. 2534
Extents: 1 box
Dates: 1967-2003
Single Item

Letters to Walter Hooper from Sister Penelope Lawson and Chad Varah

Letters to Walter Hooper from Sister Penelope Lawson and Chad Varah.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 6859, fols. 3-6
Extents: 4 Leaves
Dates: 1971-2002
Collection

The literary archive of John le Carré (David Cornwell)

Manuscripts of novels by John le Carré, 1965-2010.
Extents: 90.0 Linear metres (600 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1965-2010
Single Item

Lord Alfred Douglas prize poems, University of Oxford, word-processed

Alfred Douglas prize poems, University of Oxford, word-processed
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 7029
Extents: 4 Leaves
Dates: 2000-2003
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Martin Barber Archive

Correspondence and papers of Martin Barber, OBE, former director of the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS).
Extents: 3.3 Linear metres (22 boxes)
Dates: 1974-2009
Single Item

Material from the Carrickfergus Louis MacNeice centenary

Printed ephemera and other material deriving from the Carrickfergus Louis MacNeice (1907-1963) centenary exhibition, conference, and community outreach programme 10 September- 14 December 2007.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 7379
Extents: 27 Leaves
Dates: 2007, n.d.
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Materials relating to 'Agrippa (a book of the dead)'

Documents concerning the production and reception of 'Agrippa (a book of the dead)', a collaboration between William Gibson, Kevin Begos Jr. and Dennis Ashbaugh.
Extents: 0.1 Linear metres (5 physical shelfmarks; 2 digital shelfmarks)
Dates: 1991-2005
Single Item

Memoir by Kim J. Loroch, concerning work as Chief of Transport for the United Nations (UN) Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), 1969-1974

Memoir, 2004, and related papers by Kim J. Loroch, concerning work as Chief of Transport for the United Nations (UN) Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), 1969-1974.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 6037, fols. 131-135
Extents: 5 Leaves
Dates: 2003
Collection

Microfilms of Works of Oxford Schoolmen

Microfilm copies of the works of Oxford schoolmen.
Extents: 7 shelfmarks
Dates: 20th cent.
Collection

Montgomery family papers

Correspondence and papers of Robert Montgomery (headmaster), his son Neil Montgomery (psychiatrist), Neil's wife Margaret (school teacher), and their children Lesley Le Claire (librarian of Worcester College, Oxford), and Hugh Montgomery (physicist).
Extents: 2.55 Linear metres (17 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1859-2013
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Music manuscripts of Sir Peter Maxwell Davies

Music manuscripts of Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, 1954-2004.
Extents: 0.75 Linear metres (5 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1954-2004
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Natasha Spender papers

Correspondence and papers of Natasha Spender, concert pianist, academic, writer, and wife of the British poet Stephen Spender.
Extents: 27.0 Linear metres (180 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: c. 1800-2011, n.d.
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Oxfam donated collections

Oxfam donated collections
Extents: 2.3 Linear metres (15 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: c.1904-2010
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Oxford Women in Computing: An Oral History Project

Oral history interviews with 10 women involved in the research, teaching and service provision of computing at the University of Oxford, between the 1950s and 1990s.
Extents: 12 shelfmarks (12 digital shelfmarks; 25 digital items)
Dates: 16 May 2018-17 Oct 2018

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20th century 192
19th century 36
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 20th century 25
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 21st century 18
English literature -- 20th century 14
Science 13
Non-governmental organizations 12
Charities -- Great Britain 11
Europe -- Politics and government 11
Ornithology 11
Birds 10
Humanities 10
Music 10
Conservative Party (Great Britain) 9
Correspondence 9
Economics 9
Literature 9
United Nations -- Officials and employees 9
Humanitarianism 8
Elections -- Great Britain 7
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English literature 7
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 19th century 7
International development policy 7
Journalism 7
Labour Party (Great Britain) -- History -- 20th Century 7
Photographs 7
Political planning 7
Africa 6
Education 6
English poetry -- 20th century 6
English poetry -- 21st century 6
European Economic Community 6
International agencies 6
International relations 6
Medicine 6
Philosophy 6
Politicians 6
University of Oxford 6
University of Oxford -- Societies, etc. 6
Women 6
Academic writing 5
Advocacy -- Human rights 5
Art, British -- 20th century 5
Commonwealth countries 5
Composers -- England -- Manuscripts 5
Elections 5
Europe 5
European Union 5
Literature -- 20th century 5
Photography 5
Poetry 5
Political campaigns 5
Politics and Government 5
Science -- History -- 20th century 5
World War, 1939-1945 5
18th century 4
Art 4
Art, British -- 20th century -- Exhibitions 4
Art, British -- 21st century 4
Asia 4
Biography 4
Civil service 4
Conservative Party (Great Britain) -- History 4
Conservative Party (Great Britain) -- Periodicals 4
Diaries 4
Diplomacy 4
Finance 4
Foreign relations 4
Great Britain 4
Local government -- History 4
Novelists -- 20th century 4
Politicians -- Great Britain 4
Portrait photography 4
Religion 4
United Nations Development Programme 4
Women scientists 4
Youth -- Political activity -- Great Britain 4
Africa -- History -- 20th century 3
Apartheid -- South Africa 3
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Broadcasting -- Great Britain 3
Business 3
Colonial administrators 3
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Developing Countries 3
Development Studies 3
England -- Television and Film -- 20th century 3
English literature -- 19th century 3
English poetry 3
European Commission 3
European Parliament -- Elections, 1979 3
Former Soviet republics 3
Historians 3
History 3
Illustration of books 3
India 3
Industrial relations -- Great Britain 3
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Indexed names
Conservative Party 20
Conservative Party | Conservative Central Office 14
United Nations 12
Oxfam GB 10
University of Oxford 9
Conservative Party | Conservative Research Department 7
Conservative Party | National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations 7
Conservative Party | Conservative Campaign Headquarters 5
Conservative Party | Conservatives in the European Parliament 5
Conservative Party | professional headquarters 5
Conservative Party | Conservative Political Centre 4
Conservative Party | National Society for Conservative Agents 4
University of Oxford | Sir William Dunn School of Pathology x Dunn School 4
Bow Group 3
Conservative Party | Central Committee on Post-War Problems 3
Conservative Party | Centre for Policy Studies 3
Conservative Party | parliamentary party 3
European Parliament | European Conservative Group 3
European Parliament | European Democratic Group 3
Federation of University Conservative and Unionist Associations 3
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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations 3
Labour Party 3
Abraham | Sir | Edward Penley | 1913-1999 | biochemist 2
Ash | John Sidney | 1925-2014 | ornithologist 2
Benson | Edward Frederic | 1867-1940 | author 2
Coles | Jenny | nee Joseph | 1932-2018 | writer 2
Conservative Party | Conservative Group for Europe 2
Conservative Party | Conservative Policy Forum 2
Conservative Party | National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations | Young Britons 2
Cornwell | David John Moore | 1931-2020 | writer, pseudonym John le Carré 2
European Parliament | European Conservatives and Reformists Group | United Kingdom Delegation 2
European Parliament | Group of the European People's Party and European Democrats | British Section 2
European Parliament | Group of the European People's Party | British Section 2
Florey | Harold Walter | 1898-1968 | Baron Florey | experimental pathologist and bacteriologist 2
Great Britain | Colonial Administrative Service 2
Harris | Michael | 1920-2009 | Oxfam Overseas Director 1972-1984 2
Hearl | Trevor William | 1924-2007 | teacher, writer and historian 2
Hodgkin | Dorothy Mary Crowfoot | 1910-1994 | nee Crowfoot | chemist 2
Jones | Walter David Michael | 1895–1974 | painter and poet 2
Junior Imperial and Constitutional League 2
Lewis | Clive Staples | 1898-1963 | writer 2
Llewellyn | Bernard | 1920-2008 | Oxfam Overseas Aid Appraiser 2
Loroch | Kim Joseph | b 1923 | international civil servant 2
Oxfam Canada 2
Oxford University | Department of Zoology 2
Oxford University | Department of Zoology | Edward Grey Institute of Field Ornithology 2
Progress Trust | think tank 2
Rosenthal | Julia | b 1953 | antiquarian book and music dealer 2
The Monday Club 2
Trott | Adam von | zu Solz | 1909-1944 | diplomat and member of the Kreisau Circle 2
Waldmann | Herman | b. 1945 | immunologist 2
A. Rosenthal Ltd. (antiquarian bookseller) 1
A.J. Coombes | booksellers 1
Adam Smith Institute 1
Adams | Sir | Hamilton John Goold- | 1858-1920 | Knight | colonial governor 1
Aims of Industry 1
Alighieri | Dante | 1265-1321 | poet 1
Allen | John Richard | 1916-1998 | colonial officer 1
Annan | Kofi Atta | 1938-2018 | diplomat 1
Anstee | Dame | Margaret Joan | 1926-2016 | United Nations civil servant 1
Apollo University Lodge | Freemasons 1
Ashbaugh | Dennis | 1946- | Artist 1
Ashbee | Jane Felicity | 1913-2008 | artist, designer and writer 1
Aston | Trevor Henry | 1925-1985 | historian and editor 1
Astor | Francis David Langhorne | 1912-2001 | newspaper editor and philanthropist 1
Astor | Nancy Witcher | 1879-1964 | née Langhorne | society hostess, politician and wife of 2nd Viscount Astor 1
Astor | family 1
Australian National University | John Curtin School of Medical Research 1
Avery | John Bernard | 1935-2015 | teacher and linguist 1
Bailey | Hilary | 1936-2017 | writer, critic and editor 1
Bain | Iain | 1934-2018 | Scholar 1
Balcon | Jill Angela Henriette | 1925-2009 | actress and broadcaster 1
Balfour | Honor Catherine Mary | 1912–2001 | politician and journalist 1
Bannister | Lady | Moyra | née Jacobsson | 1928- | artist 1
Bannister | Sir | Roger Gilbert | 1929-2018 | Knight | athlete and neurologist 1
Barber | Christopher Bayldon | 1921-2012 | Oxfam Chair of Trustees 1983-1989 1
Barber | Giles Gaudard | 1930-2012 | librarian and bibliographer 1
Barber | Lisa | fomerly Jefferson | medievalist 1
Barber | Martin | Former Director of United Nations Mine Action Service 1
Barfield | Owen | 1898-1997 | author and poet 1
Begos | Kevin | Publisher 1
Bennett | Alan | b 1934 | author and playwright 1
Bennett | Alan | b. 1934 | British playwright | screenwriter, actor, and author 1
Blunt | Wilfrid Scawen | 1840-1922 | poet and writer 1
Bodleian Library 1
Bodleian Library | University of Oxford 1
Bowen | Elizabeth Dorothea Cole | 1899-1973 | afterwards Cameron | novelist 1
Britain in Europe 1
British Biophysical Society 1
Brookings Institution | non-profit public policy organisation 1
Brown | Alexander Denis | Burnett- | d. 1966 | Colonel 1
Brownlee | George Gow | Professor | 1942- | chemical pathologist 1
Bryer | David Ronald William | b. 1944 | Oxfam Overseas Director 1984–1991 and Director 1992–2001 1
Buchman | Frank Nathan Daniel | 1878-1961 | evangelist 1
Bumphrey | Eileen | nee Rogers | 1936-2018 | occupational therapist 1
Burnet | Sir | James William Alexander | 1928-2012 | Knight | known as Alastair | journalist and broadcaster 1
Burnett-Brown | Anthony Maxwell | fl. 1940-2000 1
Burnett-Brown | Katharine Mary | d. 1971 1
Burton-Taylor Theatre 1
Butterworth | George Sainton Kaye | 1885-1916 | composer and folk song collector 1
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Language
English 198
French 32
German 25
Italian 20
Spanish; Castilian 14
Russian 10
Latin 9
Greek, Modern (1453-) 8
Chinese 7
Dutch; Flemish 7
Portuguese 7
Swedish 7
Arabic 6
Danish 5
Hebrew 5
Hungarian 4
Japanese 4
Norwegian 4
Polish 4
Czech 3