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Great Britain -- Colonies

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:

Collection

Additional papers of the Round Table

Additional papers and correspondence for the Round Table, 1910-1966
Extents: 3.19 Linear metres (29 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1910-1966
Collection

Archive of Lionel George Curtis

Papers of Lionel George Curtis (1872-1955), colonial historian and public servant.
Extents: 18.48 Linear metres (168 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1677-1960
Collection

Archive of the Clough family

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)
Dates: 1682-2007
Collection

Archive of the Round Table

Correspondence, minutes, reports and memoranda of the Round Table, 1904-1971
Extents: 11.33 Linear metres (103 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1924-1971
Collection

Cape Colony Letters

Letters written from Cape Colony. Correspondents include Sir Henry Barkly, Robert Brooke, Sir William Eyre, George Macartney, Sir Rawson William Rawson and Sir Richard Southey. Also included are 81 letters from Robert White to his uncle, Robert Godlonton, both partners in the firm of Godlonton, White & Co., printers, publishers and stationers of Graham's Town.
Extents: 2 Volumes
Dates: 1795-1880
Collection

Papers of Paul Alfred T. Sneath

Correspondence, memoranda, articles, etc. relating to Sneath's medical service in the Gold Cost, British Guiana, Tanganyika and Canada.
Extents: 16 files (4 boxes)
Dates: 1922-1965
Collection

Papers of Robert Ogle Barnes

Notes, lectures and reports about soil and water conservation in Kenya, South Africa, Basutoland and Mauritius. Typescript and photocopies.
Extents: 2 Volumes
Dates: 1938-1961
Collection

Papers of Robert Ogle Barnes and R.S.W. Barnes

Working papers, field notes, sketches, graphs, plans, maps, drawings, calculations, lecture notes, and correspondence relating to Barnes' work on soil and water conservation in Kenya, Mauritius, Basutoland and Iran. Also, some printed material relating to soil and water conservation, and notebooks used by Barnes whilst serving with the Royal Engineers during World War I. The collection also includes letterbooks kept by R.S.W. Barnes, Robert Ogle Barnes' father, relating to his work…
Extents: 11 boxes
Dates: 1892-1894, 1925-1969
Collection

Papers of Sir Hilary Rudolph R. Blood

Correspondence, memoranda, articles, reports etc. covering colonial service in The Gambia, Barbados, Mauritius, British Honduras, Zanzibar and Malta.
Extents: 7 boxes
Dates: 1942-1966
Collection

Papers of Sir Reginald Coupland (1)

The majority of the papers relate to the history of the British Empire and Commonwealth, with particular reference to Africa, Canada and India. Also included is material dating from 1907-1914 (whilst Coupland was at Trinity College, Oxford); a collection of cuttings (mainly articles and reviews by Coupland or about his work); a little printed material associated with his visit to Jerusalem in 1936-1937 as a member of the Palestine Royal Commission, and letters of congratulation on being awarded…
Extents: 6 boxes
Dates: 1904-1948
Collection

Political and Colonial papers of Charles Roden Buxton

There are two categories of papers in this collection: Political papers and Colonial papers. Political papers - covering european politics and unofficial peace efforts in both World Wars. Includes pamphlets and books, many of which are by Buxton. Some of the pamphlets were issued by the Union of Democratic Control, others by the Society of Friends which Buxton and his wife joined in 1917. Colonial papers - covering East and South Africa, the Protectorates, Northern…
Extents: 7 boxes
Dates: 1908-1950, 1971
Single Item

Transcripts of papers prepared for the inquiry by the House of Commons into the loss of Minorca in 1756

Transcripts of papers prepared for the inquiry by the House of Commons into the loss of Minorca in 1756.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. hist. c. 231
Extents: 116 Leaves
Dates: 1756