The papers include many items relating to Inglis's interest in the theory and practice of bridge-building, including his correspondence with Lt-Col. A.G. Gadd, RE, regarding the hasty development of the Inglis Portable Military Bridge in the face of pressing Army demands during 1940-1941. There are working notes and technical papers, as well as drafts of a number of after-dinner and speech-day orations, which provide an insight into Inglis's leisure interests.
I. Correspondence and papers relating to the development of the Inglis Portable Miltiary Bridge
1-98. Correspondence with Lt-Col. A.G. Gadd, RE, and others, 1940-1941.
99-101. Publicity and information pamphlets, 1940-1941.
II. Talk and lectures
Nos. 1-19, c. 1922-1950.
III. Professional papers and research
Nos. 1-12, most undated.