Chiefly consists of copies of student magazines, but also includes papers relating to the organisation of the Rag and [UEA] Village Fete, 1968; news-cuttings relating to UEA and British universities generally; and Students Union elections.
UEA Collection: Simon Eden-Green
- For more information, email the repository
- Advice on accessing these materials
- Cite this description
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Simon Eden-Green was an undergraduate at UEA, 1966-1969. His brother-in-law, Richard Beck, is UEA's Director of Personnel and Registry Services.
Conditions Governing Access
Other than where a specific access restriction is noted, the collection is open for consultation in the Archives Department during its advertised opening hours.
Other Finding Aids
A typescript list of the contents is available for consultation in the Archives Department.
Conditions Governing Use
Reproductions can be supplied in hard copy or digital format subject to physical condition and the terms of deposit. A charge is made for this service. Copyright restrictions may apply and the advice of the Archives department should be sought for any use of reproductions other than personal research.
The collection was donated to UEA by Simon Eden-Green in May, 1992.