Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 1929 Collections and/or Records:
Papers of the Bickersteth family, 1815-1976, including papers of Edward Bickersteth (1786-1850), rector of Watton, Hertfordshire, and his son Edward Henry Bickersteth (1825-1906), Bishop of Exeter, poet and hymnographer, and grandson, Samuel Bickersteth (1857-1937), priest.
Extents: 43.89 linear metres (399 physical shelfmarks)
The Archive of the British Association for the Advancement of Science cover all aspects of its work over most of the 150 years of its existence, with the records of the annual meetings predominating.
Extents: 45.3 Linear metres (453 physical shelfmarks)
Archive of the Bruce Family, late 18th-20th century, comprising papers of (Patrick) Craufurd Bruce (1748-1820) and Michael Bruce (1787-1861), with small groups of papers of the next three generations.
Extents: 7.04 Linear metres (64 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 18th - 20th Century
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)
Archive of the Dashwood Family of West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire (1626-1904).
Extents: 3.52 Linear metres (31 physical shelfmarks)
Papers of Sir Robert William Hay, Edward William Auriol Drummond-Hay, Sir John Hay Drummond-Hay, Sir Robert Hay Drummond-Hay, Alice Emily Drummond-Hay and Cicely Eleanor Meade-Waldo.
Extents: 6.82 Linear metres (62 physical shelfmarks)
Archive of The Economist Newspaper Limited
Extents: 60.0 Linear metres (363 physical shelfmarks)
The papers of the Eighty club, a permanent speakers' club formally established in February 1881 and disbanded in 1978.
Extents: 5.2 Linear metres (52 physical shelfmarks)
Papers of the Horsley family, 18th to 20th cent., including papers of the musician William Horsley (1774-1858), and papers of the artists John Callcott Horsley (1817-1903), and Rosamund Horsley (1864-1949), son and daughter of William Horsley.
Extents: 291 shelfmarks (32.01)
Dates: 19th-20th cent.
Correspondence and papers of the Macirone Family, principally George Macirone (1788-1858), his wife Mary Ann Macirone (1791-1869) nee Perriman, and their three children, Clara Macirone (1821-1914), Emily Macirone (1821-1888) and George Augustus Macirone (1834-1910) with born-digital transcriptions of their letters and diaries by Patricia Neate.
Extents: 1.54 Linear metres (14 physical shelfmarks; 1 digital shelfmark)
The papers consist of minute books, annual reports and printed pamphlets.
Extents: 1.3 Linear metres (13 physical shelfmarks)
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)
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)
Papers of the Overseas Nursing Association, formerly the Colonial Nursing Association, which was established in 1895 to provide trained nurses for hospital and private work in the British colonies and among other British communities abroad.
Extents: 26.84 Linear metres (244 physical shelfmarks)
Papers of Richard Wogan Talbot, 2nd Baron Talbot of Malahide (Irish Peerage), James, 3rd Baron, James, 4th Baron and 1st Baron de Malahide (United Kingdom Peerage), and Richard Wogan, 5th Baron Talbot of Malahide, with family and estate papers, 13th-20th cent.
Extents: 39.6 Linear metres (350 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 13th-20th cent.
Papers of the Tilling Society (1982-2006), a group set up to celebrate the life and works of the author Edward Frederic Benson (1867-1940).
Extents: 4.0 Linear metres (24 physical shelfmarks; 5 digital shelfmarks)
Accounts of the Townesend family, master masons, mainly concerning their work in Oxford for the University and Oxford colleges, 1687-1804.
Extents: 2.0 Linear metres (55 Shelfmarks)
Papers of Thomas McKinnon Wood (1855-1927), politician.
Extents: 0.7 Linear metres (4 physical shelfmarks)
Papers of W. W. Mackenzie, 1st Baron Amulree of Strathbraan (1860-1942).
Extents: 1.35 Linear metres (9 physical shelfmarks)
Papers of William Beckford (1760-1844), author
Extents: 17.6 Linear metres (176 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1515-19th cent., n.d.