Small collections of the papers of University staff, students and others associated with the University of Southampton

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101/1 Off-prints of articles by Professor Ernest Beaumont, 1956-73, a volume of cuttings of reviews, 1955, and miscellaneous newspaper cuttings and typescripts, some in French 101/2 Correspondence of Wing Commander Thomas Reginald Cave- Browne-Cave, Professor of Engineering, University College, Southampton, c.1929-39; further correspondence, together with typescript copies of lectures, 1948-68 101/3 Correspondence of Professor John Eustice, Professor of Engineering and Vice Principal of University College, Southampton, about his students, c.1904-31 101/4 Notebook containing the manuscript of an article 'Sir William Watson' by Revd Harold Ingram Frith, 1922; newspaper cuttings of poems and articles by Sir William Watson and obituaries; notebook containing the manuscript of a thesis ''New realism' contrasted with 'critical realism'', submitted by Frith for the degree of MA in philosophy in 1924 101/5 Papers of David Gwilym James: two copies of a draft report of the committee appointed to review the policy of the University College of the West Indies, Dec 1957-Jan 1958; watercolour sketches of African flowers, 1932-3 101/6 Papers of George Leake, Professor of Music, 1920-8: Sleep my little one, words by Edward Oxenford, music by George Leake and musical illustrations to a lecture on Hymn tunes, ancient and modern 101/7 Papers of R.N.M.Robertson, including minutes of the Southampton Group Hospital Management Committee, 1965-6, together with associated correspondence and papers 101/8 Three scientific reports and a notebook belonging to Gertrude Long, a laboratory assistant at the University War Hospital during World War I 101/9 Papers of Sir Kenneth Mather, Vice Chancellor of the University of Southampton: newspaper cuttings and booklets; press cuttings about the Nuffield Theatre, March 1971, and a cutting from the Southern Evening Echo, 1969; programme for the visit of Queen Elizabeth II, 1966; a University of Southampton open day brochure, 1966 101/10 Two notebooks, on algebra, geometry and other mathematical theories, of Leslie Gordon Knowles Starke, an undergraduate at University College, Southampton, 1917 101/11 Papers of Eva Thorpe, a student at the University College, 1917-19: correspondence, newspaper cuttings, Southampton Operatic Society material and photograph, 1919-84 101/12 Illuminated address presented to Edward Turner Sims by the Southampton and South Hampshire Liberal and Social Club in appreciation for his service as president, 1920; and a volume of signatures of the directors and staff of Edwin Jones and Co. Ltd., presented to Turner Sims after fifty years of service, 1925 101/13 Papers of R.M.Urquhart, Secretary and Registrar, 1966- 9; three designs and a description of the coat of arms of the Hampshire Area Health Authority designed by Urquhart 101/14 Manuscripts of compositions by D.C.Williams, M.Mus.: 'Variations for string orchestra on 'Ca' the Yowes', an old Scots tune' and 'The Wessex suite for string orchestra' 101/15 Papers of Philip Arthur Incledon Worner (alias Philip Incledon), a former student of the University, including: autograph drafts and typescript final versions of The cactus hedge The calling of Wenceslaus, published 1960 101/16 Proofs and three annotated copies of works of John Milton belonging to Professor B.A.Wright 101/17 Typescript copy of the essay by K.F.Bowden 'Technique of Raman effect: observations with crystal powder' which won him the University College of Southampton natural science research essay prize in 1938 101/18 Manuscript and typescript essays by Hester Dunstan: 'From New York to Liverpool', 1891; 'My vacation', 1904; 'Medina and its civilization' and 'George Washington' 101/19 Typescript of 'Politics and social life' by Dilys M.Hill and I.C.Robinson, 1971 101/20 Manuscript of The destiny of human heritage by Dr D.Moore, 1974 101/21 Carbon copy of the typescript of 'Study of the events leading to the opening of the Hartley' by R.A.Petty, 1958 101/22 Biographical material relating to Sir Basil Ferdinand Jamieson Schonland (Pro Chancellor, 1961-5), 1980

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Small collections of papers of individuals associated with the Universtity, which have been grouped together to form MS 101.

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