The collection has been weeded for duplicates.
Photocopies of published material have also been removed in accordance with copyright law, and these items are recorded below:
From MSS.395/3/28/1: D. Thoday, 'Halls of Residence', from 'Universities Quarterly', c.1957; P.H. Mann & G. Mills, 'Living and Learning at Redbrick', 'Universities Quarterly', c.1961; P.B. Warr, 'Attitudes and Behaviour in a Hall of Residence', 'Universities Quarterly' c.1964; 'The Right to a Fair Hearing', 'New Society', 17 Feb 1966; 'Another Turning-point for Universities', 'Nature', 5 Apr 1969; 'Who wants to be a student?', 'Nature', 12 Apr 1969; 'Undermining the universities', 'TLS', 19 Mar 1970; 'Hoover pinpoints dangers of campus extremism', 'The Guardian', 25 Sep 1970; 'Future of the Universities', 'The Times', 6 Apr 1971; 'Squeezing in the Students', 'The Times', 7 Apr 1971; 'Universities or schools conflict in education budget', 'The Times', 10 Apr 1971; 'Future of universities', printed letter, 'The Times', 15 Apr 1971; 'Education - The Ethical Investor', 'Newsweek', 3 Jul 1972. Also: 'The Long Shadow of the University', 'Education in Chemistry' 5 (1968) and B. Ford, 'Qualified - but for what?', 'New Scientist', 30 May 1968 (which accompanied correspondence with Professor H.B. Henbest of 5-6 Jun 1968).
From MSS.395/3/28/3: 'Are Universities fit for Students? Sixth sense', 'The Guardian', 18 Oct 1968; 'Letters to the Editor' - 'Chaotic introduction of GCSE', 'The Times', 20 Mar 1986; 'English teaching as racism', 'The Times' 1 May 1986; F.H. George, 'Man and the Computer' (journal article?, c.1980).
From MSS.395/3/31/1: 'Panel reports CTR program needs financial transfusion', 'Nuclear Industry' 13:2 (1966), pp. 31-4.
From MSS.395/3/38/3: F.N. Sutherland, 'Liaison between the Electronics Industry and Universities', 'N.E.C. Review' 4:1 (1968), pp. 5-8.
From MSS.395/3/39/1-6: H. Geiger, 'On the scattering of the alpha-Particles by Matter', 'Proceedings of the Royal Society' (Series A, 81, 1908), pp. 174-7); H. Geiger, 'On a diffuse reflection of the alpha-Particles', 'Proceedings of the Royal Society' (Series A, 82, 1909), pp. 495-500; H. Geiger, 'The scattering of the alpha-Particles by Matter', 'Proceedings of the Royal Society' (Series A, 83, 1910), pp. 492-504; M.L. Johnson, 'A Course on Factors Influencing Scientific Judgment', 'Journal of Medical Education' 30:7 (1955), pp. 391-7; E. Montale, 'Xenia II', 'London Magazine' (translated by G. Singh, April 1968); E. Montale 'The Paintings in the Cellar', 'London Magazine' (translated by G. Singh, November 1968); G. Singh, 'Italian Literary Magazines' in the 'Times Literary Supplement' for 28 November 1968, p. 1349; E. Montale, 'In Retrospect' (translated by G. Singh) in the 'Times Literary Supplement' for 23 January 1969; E. Montale, 'The Man in Pyjamas', 'London Magazine' (translated by G. Singh, February 1969), pp. 28-31; G. Singh, 'A.E. Housman and Leopardi' in 'English Miscellany' (c.1971), pp. 115-33; J.D. Stolzman, 'Edward Shils on consensus: an appreciation and critique' (c.1971); F.R. Leavis, 'Memories of Wittgenstein', 'The Human World' 10 (1973); A. Pais, 'Inward bound: of matter and forces in the physical world' (Oxford, 1986), pp. 188-91; B. Bollobas, 'Ramanujan - a glimpse of his life and his mathematics', 'The Cambridge Review' (1988); J. Holden, 'Ramanujan' (n.d., from G. Singh); G. Singh, 'Mario Luzi', 'Books Abroad' (n.d.).
From MSS.395/3/42/3: M. Bundy, 'The Scientist and National Policy', 'Science' 139 (1963), pp. 805-809; D.J. de Solla Price, 'A Calculus of Science', 'International Science and Technology' (Mar 1963), pp. 37-44.
From MSS.395/3/47/1: 'Lord Boyle: Courage and warmth were hallmarks of a gallant fighter', 'Yorkshire Evening Post' 29 Sep 1981, p. 3.
From MSS.395/3/48/1: 'Academic freedom in the Lords?', 'AUT Bulletin' (May 1988), pp. 2-3; 'The no-pay scandal: President's address to council at City University: 19 May', 'AUT Bulletin' (June 1988), pp. 9, 12, 15.
From MSS.395/3/56/2: R.J. Wert, 'Collegians', 'THINK' (IBM Magazine) 31:6 (Nov-Dec 1965), pp. 9-12.