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Collection

Archive of A.J. Coombes, booksellers

Archive of A.J. Commbes, booksellers, consisting of sales catalogues and lists, [1968]-2013, n.d.
Extents: 1.5 Linear metres (10 boxes)
Dates: [1968]-2013, n.d.
Collection

Archive of Anne Ridler and Vivian Ridler

Correspondence and papers of the poet and writer Anne Ridler (1912-2001) and her husband Vivian Ridler (1913-2009), printer to the Oxford University Press and founder of Perpetua Press.
Extents: 5.596 Linear metres (81 boxes)
Dates: 1836-2011, n.d.; Majority of material found within 1927 - 2011
Collection

Archive of Denis Healey

Personal, political and literary papers of Denis Winston Healey (1917-2015), politician.
Extents: 29.57 Linear metres (435 boxes)
Dates: 1880-1888, c. 1900-c. 2017; Majority of material found within 1900-2017
Collection

Archive of Desmond Carrington

Archive of Desmond Carrington, 1937-2017.
Extents: 19.5 Linear metres (133 boxes)
Dates: 1937-2017
Collection

Archive of Hermione Lee

Working correspondence and papers of British academic and biographer Hermione Lee.
Extents: 41.0 Linear metres (271 boxes)
Dates: 1889-2017, n.d.
Collection

Archive of Hilary Bailey

Archive of Hilary Bailey, (1936-2017) writer and editor.
Extents: 11.85 Linear metres (79 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1963-2009, n.d.
Collection

Archive of John Hungerford Pollen and the Pollen Family

The archive of John Hungerford Pollen (1820-1902), decorative artist and Roman Catholic convert, and the Pollen family, 1828-2017.
Extents: 6.0 Linear metres (44 boxes; 2 digital shelfmarks)
Dates: 1828-2017
Collection

Archive of Philip Cannon

Archive of the composer Philip Cannon (1929-2016) containing predominantly his autograph music manuscripts.
Extents: 10.0 Linear metres (57 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1948-2018, n.d.
Collection

Archive of Robert Simpson

The archive of the composer Robert Simpson comprising predominantly photocopies of Simpson's music manuscripts, his writings and recordings, together with printed material (concert programmes, published music and books from the composer's library). Material created by the Robert Simpson Society also forms part of this archive.
Extents: 25.0 Linear metres (117 boxes)
Dates: c.1840-2016, n.d.
Collection

Archive of Roger Bannister

The archive of Sir Roger Bannister (1929-2018), neurologist, first chairman of the Sports Council, Master of Pembroke College Oxford, and world record breaking athlete who in 1954 became the first man to run a faster-than-four-minute mile.
Extents: 38.975 Linear metres (112 boxes)
Dates: c. 1900-2021, n.d.
Collection

Archive of Sir (Arthur) Richard Jolly

Correspondence and papers of the United Nations and Institute of Development Studies development economist Sir Richard Jolly (1934-).
Extents: 31.03 Linear metres (86 boxes)
Dates: Majority of material found within 1915-c. 2017, n.d.
Collection

Archive of the antiquarian bookseller A. Rosenthal Ltd. and the personal archive of Albi Rosenthal (1914-2004)

The archive of the antiquarian bookseller A. Rosenthal Ltd. comprising sale catalogues, research and administrative material, together with Albrecht (Albi) Rosenthal's personal archive, including extensive correspondence, 1652-2015, n.d.
Extents: 10.0 Linear metres (119 boxes)
Dates: 1652-2019, n.d.
Collection

Archive of the Apollo University Lodge

Archive of the Apollo University Lodge, Oxford, a Freemason's Lodge for past and present members of Oxford University.
Extents: 3.8 Linear metres (23 physical shelfmarks, 15 digital shelfmarks)
Dates: 1818-2005
Collection

Archive of the Bishop Jewel Society, University of Oxford,

Together with printed material in the John Johnson collection at the Bodleian Library, the papers comprise the archive of the Oxford University Bishop Jewel Society active between 1947 and 1975.
Extents: 0.7 Linear metre (5 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1947-2016
Collection

Archive of the Oxford University Exploration Club

Proposals and reports from Oxford University expeditions, as well as O.U.E.C. administrative papers.
Extents: 8.14 Linear metres (74 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1924-2006
Collection

Autograph music manuscripts by Michael John Hurd

Autograph music manuscripts, including fair copies, drafts and sketches of Michael John Hurd's music, 1926-2001, n.d.
Extents: 30 Linear metres (265 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1926-2001, n.d.
Single Item

Autograph score of James Whitbourn's 'Ada', with programme notes

Autograph score of James Whitbourn's musical work 'Ada' for SATB choir, violin and harp.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. c.665
Extents: 1 box
Dates: 2015
Single Item

The Book of Dust bag

The Book of Dust bag
Shelfmark: JL 1002
Extents: 1 box
Dates: 2017
Collection

Archive of Sir Malcolm Pasley

Archive of Sir Malcolm Pasley (1926-2004), with the majority of papers relating to Franz Kafka, 1910-2002, n.d.
Extents: 5 Linear metres (20 boxes)
Dates: 1910-2002, n.d.
Collection

Collection of material relating to George Butterworth, his father Alexander Kaye Butterworth and Lady Butterworth (née Ionides)

Photographs and correspondence between members of the Butterworth family and significant figures from the musical and literary world in England at the turn of the 20th century.
Extents: 0.6 Linear metres (3 shelfmarks)
Dates: 1888?-2014?

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Indexed subjects
20th century 29
Music 10
Composers -- England -- Manuscripts 7
19th century 5
Oxford (England) 5
Photographs 5
English literature -- 20th century 4
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 20th century 4
Photography 4
Conservative Party (Great Britain) -- Periodicals 3
England -- Television and Film -- 20th century 3
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 21st century 3
Music -- Manuscripts -- 20th century 3
Music -- Manuscripts -- 21st century 3
Newsletters -- England 3
Women 3
Academic writing 2
Authors, English -- 19th century 2
Authors, English -- 20th century 2
Bodleian Library -- Buildings -- Pictorial works 2
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Children's literature 2
Church Architecture | England 2
Composers -- Correspondence 2
Concert programs -- England 2
Correspondence 2
Documentary photography 2
Economics 2
English literature 2
English literature -- 19th century 2
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 19th century 2
Labour Party (Great Britain) -- History -- 20th Century 2
Local history 2
Operas 2
Orchestral music 2
Periodicals 2
Piano music 2
Portrait photography 2
Religion 2
Songs with piano 2
University of Oxford 2
University of Oxford -- Societies, etc. 2
13th century 1
14th century 1
Academic libraries -- Design and Construction -- England -- Oxford 1
Academics 1
Antiquarian booksellers 1
Antiquarian booksellers -- Correspondence 1
Antiquarian booksellers -- England 1
Antiquarian booksellers -- England -- London -- Catalogs 1
Antiquarian booksellers -- England -- Oxford -- Catalogs 1
Apollo University Lodge no. 357 (Oxford, England) 1
Art 1
Art -- Study and teaching -- England -- Oxford 1
Art, British -- 19th century 1
Art, British -- 20th century 1
Art, British -- 20th century -- Exhibitions 1
Art, British -- 21st century 1
Art, Victorian -- England 1
Authors -- 19th century 1
Authors -- 20th century 1
Authors, English 1
Authors, English -- England -- London 1
Band music 1
Biography 1
Business 1
Butterworth, George Sainton Kaye, 1885-1916 -- Photographs 1
Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824 -- Musical settings 1
Carols, English 1
Catholic Church 1
Catholic Church -- England 1
Catholics -- England -- Intellectual life 1
Chamber music 1
Choruses, Sacred 1
Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices), Accompanied 1
Choruses, Secular 1
Choruses, Secular (Mixed voices) with instrumental ensemble 1
Choruses, Secular (Mixed voices), Unaccompanied 1
Choruses, Secular (Women's voices), Accompanied 1
Choruses, Secular (Women's voices), Unaccompanied 1
Christmas music 1
Church music -- Catholic Church 1
Church of England -- Societies, etc. 1
Civil Service -- India 1
College students 1
Commonwealth countries 1
Community development -- Kenya 1
Concerts -- England -- 20th century 1
Conrad, Joseph, 1857-1924 -- Musical settings 1
Conservative Party (Great Britain) 1
Conservative Party (Great Britain) -- History 1
Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321 -- Influence 1
Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321. Divina commedia -- Illustrations 1
Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321. Divina commedia -- In art 1
De la Mare, Walter, 1873-1956 -- Musical settings 1
Development Studies 1
Diaries 1
Diaries -- 19th century 1
Diaries -- 20th century 1
Double bass music 1
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Indexed names
Conservative Party 3
Conservative Party | Conservative Central Office 2
Conservative Party | Conservative Political Centre 2
Conservative Party | Conservative Research Department 2
Conservative Party | National Society for Conservative Agents 2
Conservative Party | National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations 2
University of Oxford 2
A. Rosenthal Ltd. (antiquarian bookseller) 1
A.J. Coombes | booksellers 1
Adam Smith Institute 1
Aims of Industry 1
Alighieri | Dante | 1265-1321 | poet 1
Apollo University Lodge | Freemasons 1
Bailey | Hilary | 1936-2017 | writer, critic and editor 1
Bannister | Lady | Moyra | née Jacobsson | 1928- | artist 1
Bannister | Sir | Roger Gilbert | 1929-2018 | Knight | athlete and neurologist 1
Benson | Edward Frederic | 1867-1940 | Author 1
Blunt | Wilfrid Scawen | 1840-1922 | poet and writer 1
Bow Group 1
Bowen | Elizabeth Dorothea Cole | 1899-1973 | afterwards Cameron | novelist 1
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Britain in Europe 1
Butterworth | George Sainton Kaye | 1885-1916 | composer and folk song collector 1
Butterworth | Sir | Alexander Kaye | 1854-1946 | Knight | railway manager 1
Byron | George Gordon | 1788-1824 | | 6th Baron Byron | poet 1
Cameron | Julia Margaret | 1815-1879 | photographer 1
Cannon | (Jack) Philip | 1929-2016 | composer 1
Carrington | Desmond Herbert | 1926-2017 | actor and broadcaster 1
Cather | Willa | 1873-1947 | novelist and short-story writer 1
Centre for Atlantic and European Education in Economics 1
Centre for European Reform 1
Centre for Social Justice 1
Chatham House: Royal Institute of International Affairs 1
Civitas: The Institute for the Study of Civil Society 1
Conservative Party | Centre for Policy Studies 1
Conservative Party | Conservative Policy Forum 1
Conservative Party | Conservatives in the European Parliament 1
Conservative Party | National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations | Young Britons 1
Conservative Party | affiliated organisations 1
Conservative Party | parliamentary party 1
Conservative Party | think tanks 1
Conservative Way Forward 1
Davies | Sir | Peter Maxwell | 1934-2016 | Knight | composer and conductor 1
Design for Freedom Committee 1
Direct Democracy 1
Economic and Social Research Council 1
Edward I | 1239-1307 | King of England and lord of Ireland, and duke of Acquitaine 1
European Foundation 1
European League for Economic Cooperation 1
European Union of Women | British Section 1
Federation of University Conservative and Unionist Associations 1
Fitzgerald | Penelope Knox | 1916-2000 | Novelist 1
He | Weimin | b 1964 | artist 1
Healey | Denis Winston | 1917-2015 | Baron Healey | politician 1
Healey | Edna May | 1918-2010 | née Edmunds | biographer 1
Hurd | Michael John | 1918-2006 | composer 1
Institute for Fiscal Studies 1
Institute of Directors 1
Institute of Economic Affairs 1
International Policy Network 1
Ipsos MORI 1
Jewel | John | 1522-1571 | Bishop of Salisbury 1
Jolly | Sir | Arthur Richard | 1934- | Knight | Development economist 1
Jones | Evan | 1927-2023 | poet, novelist, playwright and screenwriter 1
Jones | Walter David Michael | 1895–1974 | painter and poet 1
Junior Imperial and Constitutional League 1
Kafka | Franz | 1883-1924 | Writer 1
Labour Party 1
Lee | Dame | Hermione | 1948- | writer, academic and journalist 1
Luskačová | Markéta | b 1944 | photographer 1
Museum of Modern Art (Oxford, England) 1
New Direction 1
Newman | John Henry | 1801-1890 | theologian and cardinal 1
Olschafskie | Francis | b 1949 | Photographer | artist 1
Open Europe 1
Owen | Rachel | 1968-2016 | artist 1
Oxford University Conservative Association 1
Oxford University Exploration Club 1
Oxford University Exploration Council 1
Oxford University Women Tutors Group 1
Oxford University Women's Studies Committee 1
Oxford University | Bishop Jewel Society 1
Oxford University | Pembroke College 1
O’Regan | Tarik | b 1978 | composer 1
Pasley | Sir | John Malcolm Sabine | 1926-2004 | 5th baronet | German scholar and literary critic 1
Philips | Tom (Trevor Thomas) | b 1937 | artist, writer and composer 1
Policy Exchange 1
Policy Studies Institute 1
Politeia 1
Pollen | Anne Gertrude Mary | 1856-1934 | biographer and nun 1
Pollen | Anthony Cecil Hungerford | 1860-1940 | priest and composer 1
Pollen | Arthur Joseph Hungerford | 1866–1937 | expert on gunnery and businessman 1
Pollen | Arthur Joseph Lawrence | 1899-1968 | sculptor 1
Pollen | Daphne | 1904-1986 | née Baring | artist 1
Pollen | John Hungerford | 1820-1902 | decorative artist and writer 1
Pollen | John Hungerford | 1858-1925 | English Jesuit and historian 1
Pollen | Maria Margaret | 1838-1919 | née La Primaudaye | decorative arts collector and writer 1
Progress Trust | think tank 1
Pullman | Philip | b 1946 | writer 1
ResPublica 1
Ridler | Anne Barbara | 1912-2001 | née Bradby | poet and writer 1
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Language
English 38
French 4
German 4
Italian 3
Arabic 2
Chinese 2
Czech 2
Danish 2
Spanish; Castilian 2
Dutch; Flemish 1
Finnish 1
Georgian 1
Greek, Modern (1453-) 1
Hindi 1
Hungarian 1
Icelandic 1
Japanese 1
Latin 1
Latvian 1
Malay 1