Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 64 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence and papers of the Godwin and Shelley families, chiefly William Godwin (1756-1836), philosopher and author; with the correspondence and papers of his family, including his wife, the novelist and essayist Mary Wollstonecraft (1759-97); daughter, the author Mary Shelley (1797-1851); her husband, the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822); and Mary and Percy Bysshe Shelley's son Sir Percy Florence Shelley (1819-89), and his wife, Jane, Lady Shelley (d. 1899)
Extents: 206 shelfmarks
Additional papers of Sir William Harcourt and Lewis Harcourt, 1st Viscount Harcourt, with other papers of Mary Ethel Harcourt, Viscountess Harcourt, and Edward William Harcourt
The additional Harcourt papers consist of papers of Sir William Harcourt, 1832-1904, n.d.; papers of Lewis Harcourt, 1st Viscount Harcourt, 1870-1929, n.d.; papers of Mary Ethel Harcourt, Viscountess Harcourt, 1885-1950, n.d.; and papers of Edward William Harcourt, 1842-1891
Extents: 37.62 Linear metres (342 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1832-1950, n.d.
Correspondence and papers of Barbara Anne Castle, Baroness Castle of Blackburn (1910-2002), Labour politician.
Extents: 92.18 Linear metres (838 physical shelfmarks; 82 digital shelfmarks)
Correspondence, journals and papers of Frederick Sylvester North Douglas (1791-1819), MP for Banbury 1812-19.
Extents: 4.35 Linear metres (29 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: Mainly 1805-19
Personal and political papers of Irene Ward, Baroness Ward of North Tyneside (1895-1980).
Extents: 15.73 Linear metres (144 physical shelfmarks)
Correspondence and papers of Jane Johnson of Olney, Buckinghamshire (1706-1759) and of her family, 17th-19th cent.
Extents: 2.7 Linear metres (18 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1706-1759, 17th-19th cent.
Papers of Marjorie Eugene Alexander (b 1913) New Zealand pianist, 1929-1972.
Extents: 0.19 Linear metres (19 physical shelfmarks)
Typescript copies of papers of Sydney Spencer during the First World War, including letters and extracts from his diary.
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Correspondence and papers of Lady Violet Bonham Carter, 1892-1969, and other family papers, 1852-2000
Correspondence and papers, 1892-1969 of Lady Violet Bonham Carter, Baroness Asquith of Yarnbury (1887-1969), Liberal political figure, with correspondence and papers of other members of her family, 1852-2000.
Extents: 90.86 Linear metres (826 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1852-2000, n.d.
Diaries and papers of P.A. Spalding (1911-1989), with diaries and some papers of his grandmother Emma Bigwood and of his uncle N.H. Baynes (1877-1961)
Diaries and papers of the writer P. A. Spalding (1911-1989), and of his grandmother Emma Bigwood, later Baynes ( fl. 1862-1935), and his uncle N. H. Baynes (1877-1961).
Extents: 28.38 Linear metres (258 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1862-1988, n.d.
Diaries of Harriet Acworth (d. 1846), 1833-46, and of William Acworth (1803-99), Evangelical clergyman, 1846-96.
Extents: 6.5 Linear metres (65 physical shelfmarks)
Diaries relating to Morrice's service in the Sudan Irrigation Department (1936-1939, 1950-1954), and in the Royal Engineers and Sudan Defence Force (1940-1944), with trek notes, Sudan (1946-1948), and diaries of trips to India, USA, Africa, etc. (1950-1959).
Extents: 15 Volumes
Diaries of Joseph Gwilt, architect and archaeologist, 1844-60, and miscellaneous genealogical and heraldic collections of his son, Charles Perkins Gwilt, antiquarian writer, 1828-35.
Extents: 0.55 Linear metres (11 physical shelfmarks)
Diaries of members of the Rayne family (1890-1961).
Extents: 10.1 Linear metres (101 physical shelfmarks)
Diaries of Samuel Wilberforce, Bishop of Oxford, 1845-1869, and Bishop of Winchester, 1869-1873
Extents: 2.31 Linear metres (21 physical shelfmarks)
Diaries of Sir Michael Ernest Sadler (1861-1943), 1899-1902.
Extents: 0.85 Linear metres (11 physical shelfmarks)
Diaries written by Powles whilst in Kenya, mainly covering his time as Estates Manager for the Howard de Waldens. During Powles' Army service (1939-1944) his wife Barbara stood in for him at Kitale and continued the diaries. The later volumes are of particular interest because Powles was in contact with most of the leading figures in public affairs in Kenya during the post-war years.
Extents: 8 Volumes
Diaries of tours abroad, consisting of: Diary, possibly by a member of the Lee-Warner family, of a tour in Switzerland (volume 5 only, of 6 or more), August-September 1802 Diary of a tour in France (mainly Paris) and Italy (mainly Rome and Naples), December 1860-May 1861, compiled by eleven persons, including seven members of the Lee-Warner family, with a few photographs inserted …
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Dates: 1802, 1860-1861
Diary of a tour through Europe, by Mortimer and Lucy Thoyts, 1828, including some sketches of regional costumes.
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Field diaries, Sudan Locust Survey, 1951-1955.
Extents: 5 Volumes