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Additional papers of Dorothy Mary Crowfoot Hodgkin

Personal papers, correspondence, research papers and other material.
Extents: 6.00 linear metres (42 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1919-2003
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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 As far as it has been possible to establish, her own verses are unpublished.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 Edith Bülbring

Correspondence and papers of Edith Bülbring (1903-90), pharmacologist and physiologist
Extents: 1.15 linear metres (8 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1933-90
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Archive of Frederic Eckhard

Interview recordings and transcripts of Frederic Eckhard (fl. 1970s to present), former spokesperson for Kofi Annan.
Extents: 1.31 Linear metres (9 boxes)
Dates: Majority of material found within Bulk, 2006-2007; 2000-2013
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Archive of Ida Mann

Papers of Ida Mann, ophthalmologist (1893-1983), and papers relating to her.
Extents: 2.2 linear metres (20 shelfmarks)
Dates: 1921-2007
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Archive of Irene Ward, Baroness Ward of North Tyneside

Personal and political papers of Irene Ward, Baroness Ward of North Tyneside (1895-1980).
Extents: 15.73 linear metres (144 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1860-1980
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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
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Archive of Louise Johnson

Archive of Louise Johnson (1940-2012), biophysicist and structural biologist.
Extents: 8.85 linear metres (59 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1914-2012
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Archive of Mabel FitzGerald

Archive of Mabel Purefoy FitzGerald (1872–1973), physiologist and clinical pathologist, with family papers.
Extents: 18.0 linear metres (124 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1667-2016
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Archive of Margaret Reardon

Papers, 1940-2015, of Margaret Reardon (b. 1920), relating to life as a colonial wife in Eritrea, Tanganyika, Bechuanaland, the Gilbert and Ellice Islands and the Turks and Caicos Islands.
Extents: 0.6 linear metres (6 physical shelfmarks; 5 digital shelfmarks)
Dates: 1940-2015
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Archive of Michael Davies

Political and administrative drafts and papers of Michael Davies (b. 1944), senior United Nations civil servant.
Extents: 0.9 linear metres (6 boxes)
Dates: 1961-2012
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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.
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Archive of Sibyl, Lady Colefax

Correspondence and papers, with some related family letters, 1851-1988, of Sibyl, Lady Colefax (1874-1950), wife of Sir Arthur Colefax, society hostess, and co-founder of the firm of Colefax & Fowler.
Extents: 7.70 linear metres (70 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1851-1988
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Archive of the Association for the Education of Women in Oxford

Papers of the Association for the Education of Women in Oxford, 1878-1922
Extents: 4.7 linear metres (47 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1877-1922
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Archive of the Noel, Byron and Lovelace Families

Papers of Annabella, Lady Byron (1792-1860), including papers of her parents, Sir Ralph and Judith Milbanke (later Noel), papers of her daughter, Ada Byron (later Lady Lovelace), and her grand-children, Ralph King (2nd Earl of Lovelace) and Anne Blunt.
Extents: 50.6 linear metres (460 Shelfmarks)
Dates: 1669-1930
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Archive of the Oman family

Papers and photographs of Sir Charles Oman, British military historian, his wife Lady Oman and members of their respective families. The collection includes writings and personal papers of Sir Charles's parents, C. P. A. Oman, indigo planter in India, and Annie Chadwick, daughter of William Chadwick, a railway constructor. Lady Oman's family papers contain her father Gen. Maclagan's diaries and James Anderson Rose's collection of autographs and letters from Pre-Raphaelite artists. Their…
Extents: 26.6 linear metres (269 physical shelfmarks, 1 digital shelfmark)
Dates: 1727-2003
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A brief memoir by Gwen Davies Koblenz describing her friendship with Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin

A brief memoir by Gwen Davies Koblenz describing her friendship with Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 7963, fols. 55-58
Extents: 5 Leaves
Dates: 1979, 2010
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Collection of motets and other vocal music, mainly by Giovanni Battista Bassani and Giacomo Carissimi

Collection of motets and other vocal music, mainly by Giovanni Battista Bassani and Giacomo Carissimi. English copy in the hand of Sampson Estwick, [1690s].
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. c. 590
Extents: 207 Leaves
Dates: [1690s]
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Collection of motets, cantatas and madrigals by Italian composers, collected by the younger Richard Goodson

Collection of motets, cantatas and madrigals by Italian composers, collected by the younger Richard Goodson, [1720s-1730s].
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. Sch. c. 9
Extents: 312 pages
Dates: [1720s-1730s]
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Conservative Party Archive: Area Offices

Papers of the Conservative Party Area Offices, 1886-1987, including minutes, reports, accounts and correspondence.
Extents: 330 shelfmarks
Dates: 1886-1987

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20th century 59
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Women 16
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Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 20th century 11
English poetry -- Women authors 10
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Science -- History -- 20th century 9
English poetry 8
English poetry -- 20th century 8
18th century 7
Music 7
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Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 19th century 4
Local government -- History 4
Poets 4
Public opinion 4
Universities and colleges 4
Women authors, English -- 20th century 4
World War, 1914-1918 4
Biochemistry 3
Biography 3
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Diaries -- 20th century 3
Historical fiction, English 3
India 3
International relations 3
Labour Party (Great Britain) -- History -- 20th Century 3
Music -- Manuscripts -- 20th century 3
Religion 3
Women travelers 3
X-ray crystallography 3
Youth 3
17th century 2
Broadcasting -- Great Britain 2
Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices), Accompanied 2
Choruses, Secular (Mixed voices), Unaccompanied 2
Choruses, Secular (Women's voices), Accompanied 2
Commonwealth countries 2
Conservative Party (Great Britain) 2
Diplomacy 2
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English literature -- 20th century 2
Europe 2
European Commission 2
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Great Britain 2
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India -- Description and travel 2
Interior decorators 2
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Women missionaries 2
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Africa -- History -- 20th century 1
Africa, West -- Description and travel 1
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Indexed names
Conservative Party 10
Conservative Party | Conservative Central Office 8
Hodgkin | Dorothy Mary Crowfoot | 1910-1994 | nee Crowfoot | chemist 8
Conservative Party | professional headquarters 6
Conservative Party | Conservative Research Department 4
Pitter | Ruth | 1897-1992 | poet 4
University of Oxford 4
Conservative Party | National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations | Women's National Advisory Committee 3
Conservative Party | Conservative Overseas Bureau 2
Conservative Party | Conservative Political Centre 2
Conservative Party | National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations 2
Conservative Party | National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations | Central Women's Advisory Committee 2
Conservative Party | Organisation Department 2
Conservative Party | affiliated organisations 2
Conservative Party | parliamentary party 2
Conservative Party | voluntary wing 2
Daryush | Elizabeth | 1887-1977 | née Bridges | poet 2
European Union of Women | British Section 2
Jenkins | Margaret Elizabeth Heald | 1905-2010 | novelist and biographer 2
United Nations 2
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Annan | Kofi Atta | 1938-2018 | diplomat 1
Arias | Margot Fonteyn De | 1918-1991 | ballet dancer 1
Association for the Education of Women in Oxford 1
Austen | Jane | 1775-1817 | Novelist 1
Ballard | George | 1705-1755 | Antiquary 1
Bassani | Giovanni Battist | c 1650-1716 | composer 1
Bevington | Elizabeth | fl 1789-1792 | Quaker preacher 1
Blunt | Wilfrid Scawen | 1840-1922 | poet and writer 1
Bright | Edith | d 1929 | nee Turner | suffragette and wife of Allan Heywood Bright 1
Bulbring | Edith | 1903-1990 | pharmacologist 1
Bumphrey | Eileen | nee Rogers | 1936-2018 | occupational therapist 1
Byron | Anne Isabella | 1792-1860 | 11th Baroness Wentworth and Baroness Byron | Social reformer and philanthropist 1
Byron | George Gordon | 1788-1824 | | 6th Baron Byron | poet 1
Cambridge Mission to Delhi 1
Cameron | Julia Margaret | 1815-1879 | photographer 1
Cannan | May Wedderburn | 1893-1973 | poet and writer 1
Cannon | (Jack) Philip | 1929-2016 | composer 1
Carissimi | Giacomo | 1605-1674 | composer 1
Chain | Sir | Ernst Boris | 1906-1979 | Knight | biochemist 1
Church of South India | Correspondence 1
Clari | Giovanni Carlo Maria | 1677-1754 | composer and instrumentalist 1
Clark | Lady (nee Barbara Keen) | fl. 1912-1971 1
Clarke | David Kenneth | 1912-1998 | Conservative Party official 1
Codrington College (Barbados) 1
Colefax | Sibyl Sophie Julia | 1874-1950 | nee Hasley | hostess and interior decorator, wife of Sir Arthur Colefax 1
Conservative Party | Advisory Committee on Policy 1
Conservative Party | Central Committee on Post-War Problems 1
Conservative Party | Conservative Campaign Headquarters 1
Conservative Party | Conservative Commonwealth Council 1
Conservative Party | Conservative Policy Forum 1
Conservative Party | Conservatives in the European Parliament 1
Conservative Party | Imperial Affairs Committee 1
Conservative Party | National Society for Conservative Agents 1
Conservative Party | National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations | Conservative Women's National Committee 1
Conservative Party | National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations | National Advisory Committees 1
Conservative Party | National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations | Young Britons 1
Conservative Party | North Hants. Conservative Association 1
Conservative Party | North West Hants. Conservative Association 1
Conservative Party | Public Opinion Research Department 1
Conservative Party | Swinton College 1
Conservative Party | Teachers' Association 1
Conservative Party | Trade Unionists' National Advisory Committee 1
Conservative Party | Vice Chairmen's Offices 1
Conservative Party | West Hants. Conservative Association 1
Conservative Party | party officials 1
Cooke | Caleb | d 1708 | clergyman 1
Cooke | Sarah | fl 1718 | wife of Caleb Cooke 1
Crespigny | Caroline de | 1798-1861 | poet 1
Cropper | Peter | 1927-2020 | Conservative Party official 1
Davies | Margaret Llewelwyn | 1861-1944 | social reformer involved in Womens Cooperative Guild Movement 1
Davies | Michael | b. 1944 | international civil servant 1
Diamond Light Source 1
Dr. Bray's Associates 1
Eckhard | Frederic | fl. 1970s-present | spokesperson and civil servant 1
Falconer | Hugh | 1808-1865 | botanist and palaeontologist 1
Federation of University Conservative and Unionist Associations 1
Ferry | Georgina | b 1955 | science author, broadcaster 1
FitzGerald | Mabel Purefoy | 1872-1973 | physiologist and clinical pathologist 1
Fleming | Sir | Alexander | 1881-1955 | Knight | bacteriologist and discoverer of penicillin 1
Florey | Harold Walter | 1898-1968 | Baron Florey | experimental pathologist and bacteriologist 1
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations 1
Fowler | John Beresford | 1906-1977 | interior decorator 1
Fraser | Richard Michael | 1915-1996 | Baron Fraser of Kilmorack 1
Fremantle | Hilda | b 1900 | composer 1
Frink | Dame | Elisabeth Jean | 1930-1993 | sculptor 1
Goodson | Richard | 1688-1741 | organist and music copyist 1
Great Britain | Colonial Administrative Service 1
Grove | Edward Aickin William Stewart | 1852-1932 | Brigadier-General 1
Grove | Georgina Annie | c.1840-c.1896 | nee Atkinson | daughter of Rev George Atkinson of Kettlethorpe, Lincs 1
Harcourt | Lewis Vernon | 1863-1922 | 1st Viscount Harcourt | politician 1
Hartman | Dame | (Gladys) Marea | 1920-1994 | sports administrator 1
Heatley | Norman George | 1911-2004 | biochemist 1
Henn | Hester Catherine | fl 1940-1962 | settler in Kenya 1
Howarth | Alan Thomas | Baron Howarth of Newport | b. 1944 | politician 1
International Monetary Fund 1
Jennings | Elizabeth Joan | 1926-2001 | poet 1
Johnson | Dame | Louise Napier | 1940-2012 | biophysicist and structural biologist 1
Jones | Walter David Michael | 1895–1974 | painter and poet 1
Junior Imperial and Constitutional League 1
King | Ada Augusta | 1815-1852 | mathematician | wife of 1st Earl Lovelace 1
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Language
Danish 1
English 77
French 4
German 3
Greek, Ancient (to 1453) 1
Greek, Modern (1453-) 1
Italian 2
Latin 4