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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1957-1958-377

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382 BENEFACTIONS 1942 Mrs Stroud Read Books from the library of her husband the late Stroud Read 1943 Mr William Henry Brown S0 Eng Bequest of his scientific books microscope and other scientific instruments Professor Marshall 100 books for the Modern Greek Library The American Mathematical Society micro-film reading machine Mrs Archibald Allen 100 for the Bursary Fund to be distributed at the discretion of the Principal The Rev Wilson Carlile 50 to the Theological Bursary Fund in recognition of the grant to him of like amount when an undergraduate The Rev Macrae bequest of 800 for three bursaries to be called Macrae Bursaries for students in the Theological Faculty together with his library of which Dugdale's Monasticon Anglicanvm is for the Library and the rest for students in the Theological Faculty 1944 Reyrolle and Company Protection gear for use in the labor- atories of the Electrical Engineering Department Mr Lloyd Humberstone in memory of his father Mr Humberstone print of the Water Gate before the Embankment was built Dr Nelson Harness Electrical apparatus Miss Rymer-Jones Slides for the Department of Zoology The Bishop of Guildford Certain papers relating to Frederick Denison Maurice The Rev Beaton 15 per annum for seven years for the Theological Bursary Fund The Rev Godwin Two guineas for the Theo- logical Bursary Fund 1945 Mr Caffyn President of the Photomicrographic Society collection of photomicrographs of rock-forming minerals and rocks for the Department of Geology The Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Company Ltd scholarship in Geology to value not exceeding 200 in alternate years beginning October 1945 Mr Hales and Mr Hales portrait by Sydney Hall of their father the late Professor John Wesley Hales Professor of English Language and Literature in the College from 1877 to 1903 Mr Davey An Aaron clock-type maximum demand and integrating watt-hour meter
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