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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1964-1965-226

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238 Benefactions to King's College 1956 The Agricultural Research Council £1 157 in continuation of existing grants to the Department of Botany Anonymous gift of £2 000 towards the reduction of the accumulated deficit of £2 003 on the King's College Hostel account The Trustees of the late Mrs Juliet Garton further £100 for fourth- year students at Warminster needing assistance The British Empire Cancer Campaign grant of £2 320 for continuation of research work in the Department of Zoology The late Miss Gabrielle d'Hondt legacy of £1 000 to supply for limited period travelling scholarship for student of the College The Royal Society £936 from the Scientific Investigations Fund to assist research in the Department of Physics Mr Brook third-year student in Theology copy of the Nuremberg Chronicle published in 1493 and still in very fine condition Lt Col The Reverend Hines Hastings Dictionary of the Bible in vols Sir Albert Richardson drawing made by him about 1922 showing proposed extension of the Strand frontage of Somerset House from Lancaster Place eastwards nearly to Surrey Street The Director of the Meteorological Office cathode-ray direction finding equipment for locating thunderstorm centres The apparatus worth £500 is on loan for years to Dr Chapman and is to be used in connec- tion with the International Geophysical Year research programme The Treasurer of Gray's Inn on behalf of the Trustees of the Bear Club collection of twenty-six framed 'Spy' cartoons of English judges and lawyers on permanent loan Mr Johns set of stressing equipment for use in the Department of Civil Engineering Mrs Kathleen Everidge Tankards formerly in the possession of her late husband John Everidge Dr Margaret Tribe silver chalice and paten for the College Chapel Mr Shoppee set of Smith's Dictionary of the Bible 1957 The Gulbenkian Foundation grant of £10 000 the interest to be used for the general benefit of the College from the trust established by the late Mr Calouste Gulbenkian formerly student in the Faculty of Engineering Her Majesty's Stationery Office set of the League of Nations Treaty Series worth £140 The Executors of the late Lord Hore-Belisha Lord Hore-Belisha's library over 000 vols Apart from few books of technical nature which will be housed in the College Library the collection will be kept at King's College Hall and will be known as the Hore-Belisha Library
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