Family correspondence of Antoine Guillaume Carlier (in French), 1853-1909; other correspondence of A. G. Carlier, 1858-1907; other correspondence of A. G. Carlier (in French), 1847-1905; family correspondence of Marie Carlier, (A. G. Carlier's wife), 1863-1907; other correspondence of Marie Carlier, 1861-1906; family correspondence of E.W.W. Carlier, 1881-1909; other correspondence of E.W.Wace Carlier, 1880-1937; manuscripts of E.W.W. Carlier, printed articles of E.W.W. Carlier; notebooks of Miss G.I.M. Carlier (daughter of E.W.Wace Carlier) taken at University of Birmingham lectures in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Botany and Zoology, 1915-22.
University of Birmingham Staff Papers: Papers of Edmund William Wace Carlier
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 150 US47
- Dates of Creation1853-1937
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish French
- Physical Description1366 items
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Edmund William Wace Carlier, 1861-1940, was Professor of Physiology at University of Birmingham, 1900-1927.
Reference: Deposit information.
For further reading about the University of Birmingham see: Eric Ives, Diane Drummond, Leonard Schwarz The First Civic University: Birmingham 1880-1980 An Introductory History ( The University of University of Birmingham Press. 2000 ).
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This collection was deposited as a gift in 1964 by Carlier's daughter. It was transferred from the Barnes Medical Library in 2000.
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Further deposits are not expected.