Minute books: Council, 1964-; Senate, 1964; Court, 1964-,with registers of members of Council and Court and of attendance, and their sub-committees; correspondence files; staff handbooks and calendars; plans and photographs of the estate; official and unofficial staff and student newspapers and publications.
Records of the University of Lancaster
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The University of Lancaster received its Royal Charter on 14 September 1964
Conditions Governing Access
Open via appointment with the Institutional Archive. Some information concerning individuals is closed for dated periods.
Other Finding Aids
Physical Characteristics and/or Technical Requirements
Printed and handwritten papers and manuscripts; newspapers; photographs; plans.
Conditions Governing Use
Application to the Institutional Archive.
The history of the first ten years of the institution was written by Marion McClintock Quest for Innovation (University of Lancaster, Lancaster, 1974).