World War, 1914-1918
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
Additional papers of Alfred Milner, Viscount Milner, 1884-1920, statesman
Extents: 4.2 Linear metres (28 physical shelfmarks)
Archive of Alfred Milner, Viscount Milner related to his political career, and including mainly correspondence with Earl of Selborne as well as papers of other members of the Palmer family.
Extents: 69.90 linear metres (699 shelfmarks)
Catalogue of the papers of Edward John Thompson.
Extents: 18.0 Linear metres (182 physical shelfmarks)
Archive of Emily Hobhouse (1860-1926), humanitarian activist.
Extents: 3.2 Linear metres (31 physical shelfmarks)
The personal papers of Maurice Harold Macmillan, 1st Earl of Stockton (1894-1986).
Extents: 144.54 Linear metres (1339 physical shelfmarks)
Correspondence and papers of Herbert Henry Asquith, Prime Minister 1908-1916.
Extents: 15.2 Linear metres (152 physical shelfmarks)
Papers of Robert Henry Brand, Baron Brand (1878-1963), merchant banker and public servant, 1896-1974
Extents: 23.28 Linear metres (236 physical shelfmarks)
Papers relating to the Clough family, principally Reverend John Clough (1835-1920), his wife Amy Louisa Clough (1852-1934) née Kenny, and four of their fifteen children: Mabel, Henry, Margret, and Joan. There is also material relating to the connected Kenny and Bland families.
Extents: 3.0 Linear metres (19 physical shelfmarks)
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)
Correspondence and papers of the Braun Family, including papers of Thomas Braun (1935-2008), classicist and Fellow and Dean of Merton College, and family history research material.
Extents: 37.0 Linear metres (221 physical shelfmarks)
Typescript copies of papers of Sydney Spencer during the First World War, including letters and extracts from his diary.
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Copy of an account by E.R. Lyth of his experiences at the battle of Loos, 1915.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 2720, fols. 1-15
Extents: 15 Leaves
Dates: 1915, 1990
Correspondence of Cordelia Curle, with additional papers of H.A.L. Fisher and additional Fisher family papers
Correspondence of Cordelia Curle (1879-1970), with additional papers of H.A.L Fisher (1865-1940), historian and politician, and additional papers of the Fisher family.
Extents: 4.5 Linear metres (30 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1810, 1844, 1862-1957, 1972
Diary of Andrew Clark recording daily impressions of 'such echoes of the Great War as reached the rectory from outside', and containing official bulletins and leaflets, letters, postcards and newspaper cuttings.
Extents: 92 shelfmarks
Dates: August 1914-December 1919
Diary of R.W.M. Gibbs, relating to the Great War, illustrated with newspaper cuttings.
Extents: 39 shelfmarks
Facsimiles of selected correspondence held in American and Israeli archive collections. Major subjects covered include Sir Alfred Zimmern, Anglo-American relations (particularly during Lord Bryce's ambassadorship), World War One, the League of Nations, Zionism and Palestine. The facsimiles comprise: Zimmern's lecture to the Zionist Organization, London, 1919 a photocopy of two pages from …
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Dates: photocopies (originals 1911-49)
Correspondence and papers of Lewis Harcourt, 1st Viscount Harcourt (1863-1922), Liberal politician.
Extents: 10.0 Linear metres (214 shelfmarks)
Diaries, letters and other material related mainly to George Butterworth and the war he fought in. 1914-1942, n.d.
Shelfmark: MS. 6242
Extents: 1 box (5 folders)
Dates: 1914-1942, n.d.
Handwritten poem by T.W.H. Crosland entitled 'Real Hate'.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 7903, fols. 2-3
Extents: 2 Leaves
Dates: n.d. [c. 1914-1918]
Letter from H.H. Asquith to [Margaret Evelyn Stanley], 1915.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 2720, fols. 64-67
Extents: 4 Leaves