East London College, Engineering Society notes on meetings and minutes c1906-1909 with associated correspondence and details of lectures and events. Memorabilia including dinner menus and dance cards, including one signed by A.P.Thurston. These papers include, publications by or about Thurston:
'50 Years of Theoretical and Experimental Research in Aeronautics' 1954.
'Looking Ahead: London 1919' address given during a visit to the USA 1956.
'Presidential Address, Reminiscences of Early Aviation', 1949-1950.
'A.P.Thurston, A Review of his contributions to Aeronautics', Prof A.D.Young, 1965-1966.
Programmes for Engineering Society events such as concerts 1909, 1911.
Minutes of the Engineering Society 1906-1908, also includes programmes detailing society events and a programme listing events for session 1908-1909 which list lectures including one given by A.P.Thurston Jan 15 1909 'The Mechanical Principles of Flight'.
Also contains notes on research into the operation of different types of aeroplanes including monoplanes, with diagrams, technical specifications and results of tests, notes attributed to A.P.Thurston 1916-1919.
MacGregor Morris correspondence September 1906 - July 1909, including letters to John Hatton regarding facilities, letters to students regarding attendance on courses, and course timetables and draft ouitline for a course of 6 lectures on Electric Wave Telegraphy for session 1906-1907; Letters from the Registrar concerning books for the College library on electric engineering and related matters 1931-1932; Correspondence with students concerning their research 1932-1933; Correspondence with Principal Hatton and others including Professor Lamb, concerning Electrical Engineering teaching, facilities and equipment, student intake, allocation of prizes, November 1917 - August 1923; Lecture notes (CRO) nd; High Voltage Laboratory drawings from the English Electric Company, 1936; Correspondence with students September 1936 - August 1937 and September 1937 - August 1938.