Alfred Walden papers

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Photograph album (1914-May 1915); 2 envelopes (1915, 1916); 21 photographs, mainly of India (1915); Army Correspondence (Field Service) Book, with typescript entry list (August 1916-?); 16 photographs of East Africa (1917-1918); 6 photographs (1915-1917, nd); 8 photographs of India, taken on return from Mesopotamia (1916-1917); 8 photographs of India, taken on return from East Africa (1918); Army Field Message Book with notes on chemistry (nd); Notice in The Scotsman announcing his marriage (July 1919); Photocopied manuscript recollections (nd).

Administrative / Biographical History

Alfred Edward Walden was born at Slough, Berkshire, in 1893 and educated at Caterham School and Birkbeck College, London. As a Lieutenant, Royal Garrison Artillery, he served on the North-West Frontier of India from 1915, with periods of service in Mesopotamia in 1916 and East Africa in 1918. He became a Professor of Chemistry at Wilson College, Bombay, from 1919.

Conditions Governing Access

Access is unrestricted.

Acquisition Information

The papers were placed in the Collection by Margaret Walden (daughter).

Note

In English.

Other Finding Aids

Alternative Form Available

Microfilmed.

Related Material

See Museum Section: BEO 73&BEO 74.

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