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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1961-1962-373

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BENEFACTIONS 375 1945 The Executors of the late Miss Miller student in the Faculty of Arts from 1924 to 1925 300 volumes of English French German and Spanish literature from her library Anonymous gift-of 601 to found for ten years an annual prize of books to the value of 51 for an Essay on selected subject in Atomic and Nuclear Physics Anonymous The sum of 100Z from recent student in the Faculty of Natural Science for the establishment of Prize in memory of Alan Frederick Flower student in that Faculty from 1938 to 1940 who was killed on active service on 30th November 1942 The Committee for Cultural Relations of the Spanish Ministry for Foreign Affairs valuable addition to the Library of 96 rare and costly Spanish books richly bound Mrs Futers The sum of 300Z to be used at the discretion of the Council for assisting Warneford scholars during the period of their clinical studies especially after the emoluments of the scholarship have ceased 1946 Mrs Regina Kantorowicz and her two sons The late Dr Ludwig Kantorowicz's library to be known as the Kantorowicz Collection The late Professor Barclay Smith Various books drawings and instruments and sum of 150 to provide an annual Prize to be awarded by the Head of the Department of Anatomy Captain Fuller bust of Bishop Otter the first Principal of the College 1831-36 Mrs Florence Stibbe 251 year for seven years in the first instance to establish the Philip Stibbe Fund to enable the Principal to make grants at his discretion to medical students of King's College needing financial aid during the completion of their medical studies at hospital medical school The Admiralty Complete sets of the Geographical Hand books produced at Oxford and Cambridge by the Geographical Handbooks section of the Naval Intelligence Division The Admiralty Photographic and Instrumental Research Laboratory Three calculating machines for the use of the Mathematics Department The Jane Emily Wills Memorial Committee sum of over 400Z subscribed by the friends of the late Miss Wills in memory of her for the Theological Department of the College for grants to women students needing financial aid Mr David Shepherd 100Z for the Anonymous Bursaries Fund in recognition of help which he had received from this and another fund when he was student in the Faculty of Engineering
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