University of Birmingham Staff Papers: Papers of Edmund William Wace Carlier

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

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.

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).

Arrangement

The collection is arranged by document type and by individuals within each category.

Conditions Governing Access

Open. Access to all registered researchers.

Acquisition Information

This collection was deposited as a gift in 1964 by Carlier's daughter. It was transferred from the Barnes Medical Library in 2000.

Other Finding Aids

A paper catalogue to item level is available in the Special Collections Department and at the National Register of Archives in London.

Conditions Governing Use

Permission to make any published use of any material from the collection must be sought in advance in writing from the University Archivist, Special Collections. Identification of copyright holders of unpublished material is often difficult. Special Collections will assist where possible with identifying copyright owners, but responsibility for ensuring copyright clearance rests with the user of the material.

Accruals

Further deposits are not expected.

Related Material

University of Birmingham Information Services, Special Collections Department also holds the archives of the University of Birmingham and archives of other former staff, officials and students.