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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1964-1965-228

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24ο Benefactions to King's College Anonymous gift from Ά grateful Fellow' of some very fine early printed books for the College Library to commemorate the devoted and outstanding services to the College of Robert Hutton Librarian 1931-58 The Late Mr Carew Hunt legacy of £50 for the use of Council 1960 The Wellcome Trust grant of £120 000 towards the cost of the lease of 26-29 Drury Lane for housing the Department of Biophysics The Rockefeller Foundation further grant of up to $30 000 for research in Biophysics during the three-year period beginning October 1960 1961 Mr Cotty of the Diamond Producers' Association collection of about 100 counting diamonds for research by professor Champion in the Department of Physics The Nuffield Foundation £16 000 to enable the College to purchase the classical library of Professor Enk of Groningen Holland Mr Bloy of Johnson Bloy Ltd An annual prize of 20 gns for the best research student in Powder Science The Family of the Late Bishop John Wordsworth The absolute gift of books which were previously in the College on temporary loan and formerly in the possession of their father Miss Staunton gift of print of the front of the College The print was formerly owned by the late Canon Stevens of Southwark Cathedral former student of the College The Department of Public Health of the United States Government grant of $50 000 for research in biophysics on the structure and function of cilia and flagella The grant will largely be used for the purchase of new appara- tus and extends over the period 1961-63 Anonymous gift of £250 000 for the construction of men's hall of resi- dence 1962 Miss Jean Rotherham gift of very fine silver loving cup in memory of her father Colonel Rotherham to whom the cup had been originally presented Medical Research Council £65 000 for the accommodation of the Bio- physics Research Unit in Drury Lane Founders' Company £300 to further the study of metallurgy in the Depart- ment of Mechanical Engineering Cerebos Limited £500 year for three years for postgraduate scholarship in Powder Technology The United States Air Force Office of Aerospace Research grant of £2 160 for chemical sciences
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