Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 91 Collections and/or Records:
A small amount of biographical material relating to Dr. Norman Heatley's contribution to the development of penicillin at the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology.
Shelfmark: MS. 15877
Extents: 1 box
Dates: -2004, n.d.
Additional manuscripts collected by Richard Gough, 1617-1801.
Extents: 0.44 Linear metres (4 boxes)
Personal papers, correspondence, research papers and other material.
Extents: 6.00 Linear metres (42 physical shelfmarks)
The collection contains notebooks covering Baker's undergraduate and research careers and notebooks relating to his biography of Abraham Trembley. Also included are miscellaneous notes, drafts and correspondence on scientific subjects, including the humane killing of crabs and lobsters. The most substantial series in the Additional Papers consists of correspondence and notes on anthropology and race, and includes draft chapters of the book eventually published as …
Extents: 57 shelfmarks
Papers of the Oxford University Ashmolean Club, 1860-2017.
Extents: 1.29 Linear metres (9 physical shelfmarks)
Alchemical treatises and poems, and Welsh pieces
Shelfmark: MS. e Mus. 63
Extents: 175 Leaves
Dates: Made up of two MSS. written in the 16th century in England
Papers of botanist Arthur Harry Church (1865-1937) comprising lectures, notes, drawings, and offprints.
Extents: 4.31 Linear metres (28 physical shelfmarks)
Comprises: A Biographical and personal: Autobiographical and bibliographical, 1904-1981 Diaries and jotters, 1885-1981 School and university, 1910-1980 Personal correspondence and material, 1922-1978 Family correspondence and material, 1851-1981 Photographs and press cuttings, 1885-1979 …
Extents: 27 Linear metres (247 boxes)
Correspondence and papers of Edith Bülbring (1903-90), pharmacologist and physiologist
Extents: 1.15 Linear metres (8 physical shelfmarks)
Papers of Emilie Savage-Smith, b. 1941, historian of science, relating to celestial globes.
Extents: 3.30 Linear metres (49 boxes)
Dates: 1955-2022, n.d.
Research notes and office diaries of Frederick Christal (1921-2006), sanitarian.
Extents: 1.05 Linear metres (7 boxes)
Papers of Henry Neville Southern (1908-1986), ornithologist, 1924-1990.
Extents: 1.86 Linear metres (27 boxes)
Papers of Ida Mann, ophthalmologist (1893-1983), and papers relating to her.
Extents: 2.2 Linear metres (20 shelfmarks)
The material in this collection includes notebooks on laboratory research, notes (both typed and handwritten) for lectures and practical classes, and a series of cytology notebooks.
Extents: 6 shelfmarks
Archive of Louise Johnson (1940-2012), biophysicist and structural biologist.
Extents: 8.85 Linear metres (59 physical shelfmarks)
Archive of Mabel Purefoy FitzGerald (1872–1973), physiologist and clinical pathologist, with family papers.
Extents: 18.0 Linear metres (124 physical shelfmarks)
Correspondence and papers of Sir Edward Penley Abraham FRS, (1913-1999), biochemist.
Extents: 28.65 Linear metres (191 physical shelfmarks)
Archive of the immunologist, and Secretary of the Medical Research Council, Sir James Learmonth Gowans (b. 1924)
Extents: 9.6 Linear metres (64 boxes)
Correspondence and papers of Sir John Cowdery Kendrew (1917-1997), molecular biologist.
Extents: 43.67 Linear metres (397 boxes)
Papers of Sir Walter Bodmer (b. 1936) and Julia, Lady Bodmer (1934-2001), geneticists.
Extents: 243.76 Linear metres (2216.0 physical shelfmarks)