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ABBOTT, Very Reverend Eric Symes (1906-1983) ›

Papers of Abbott, 1946-1995, mainly relating to theological training and including notes for lectures, [1946-1948, 1957, 1964], mainly given by Abbott at King's College London, on moral and pastoral theology; texts of broadcast sermons, 1947-1958, mainly on the BBC Third Programme , including three sermons broadcast from the Chapel of King's College in Lent 1958; texts of sermons, 1959-1974, delivered…

ABINGER family papers ›

Papers of the Abinger and Clarke family, including diaries, letterbooks and memoirs of Frances Scarlett, comprising diaries in 5 volumes, 1842-1854; notebook containing Scarlett's memoirs, 1904 and letterbook containing copies of family letters, 1855 and 1916, including a copy of a letter fron Sir James York Scarlett describing the charge of the Light Brigade, 7 Dec 1854. Abinger family memoirs entitled…


Manuscript volume entitled 'Abnormalities of Development', comprising anatomical notes on a variety of foetal defects including Siamese twins, limb malformation, malformations of the blood vascular system and cyclopia, [1871-1917].

ACLAND, Sir Henry Wentworth Dyke (1815-1900) ›

Letter from Godfrey Lushington (1832-1907) to Henry Wentworth Dyke Acland, relating to the son of Rev F D Maurice coming to Christ Church, Oxford 21 Oct 1861.

ACLAND, Thomas Dyke (1851-1931) ›

Papers of Thomas Dyke Acland comprising: letters relating to cases of actinomycosis, and the publication of research by Peverell S Hichins, 1905, including manuscript of thesis 'Actiniomycosis and allied disorders', Peverell Hichens, MA MD Oxon, MRCP London; reprint of 'Some remarks on a case of actinomycosis of the lungs' by P S Hichens, published in the British Medical Journal , Nov 4 1905; photograph…


Records of the magazine Adam International Review and its editor, Miron Grindea, 1941-1995, and associated papers dating back to c1903, consisting of a wide range of material dealing with aspects of British and European cultural activity, particularly since the 1930s, and relating to art, literature, music, literary criticism, and the history of ideas. The archive includes the Adam International Review…

ADDISON, Mary Winifred (fl 1928-1940) ›

Papers of Winifred Addison comprising King's College Hospital certificates of Invalid Cookery, 14 Dec 1928; practical work and instruction, 1932; extra service, April-Oct 1932; Central Board of Midwives certificate, 27 May 1933; British Red Cross Society, First Aid in Chemical Warfare certificate, 26 Jun 1936; letters from Mary Herbert, Lady-in-waiting to the Duchess of Kent, relating to arrangements…

BOX LISTADLER, Hans Gunther (1910-1988) ›

Papers of H G Adler, 1807-1997, including: Notebooks containing manuscript poems by Adler, 1924, and undated. Typescript texts of poems by Adler, 1927-1988. File entitled 'Theresienstadt private erinnerungen' containing items relating to Theresienstadt concentration camp, including drafts of poems, sketches, and notes to his first wife. Photocopies of Adler's correspondence, 1947-1987,…

ADLER, Jeremy David ›

Papers of Jeremy Adler, 1975-2002 chiefly comprising research notes for publications by Adler and photocopies of concrete and visual poems. Includes papers relating to Franz Baermann Steiner, poet, including correspondence and papers on Steiner and his circle, 1995-1999; photocopies of Steiner's writings, photocopies of letters to Steiner; photocopies of Stiener's appointment diary, 1950-1951; Stiener's…

AITKEN, William Francis (fl 1900-1936) ›

Notebook entitled 'Literature' with alphabetical bibliography and shorthand notes on Hatfield House, Hatfield, Hertfordshire; letter from Helen Waddell to Aitken, 11 Apr 1933, about a poem of Peter Abelard; manuscript and typescript notes on William Shakespeare; fragments of an article on an edition of Michel de Montaigne; file of printed material, mostly comprising undated lectures on Shakespeare…

ALGAR, Reverend Henry (d 1901) ›

Manuscript notes on divorce, and the doctrine of predestination, [1883-1901].

ALMEIDA, João de, 2nd Marquess of Alorna (1726-1802) ›

Manuscript relating to Alorna's imprisonment in the Fortress of Junqueira, Portugal, 1758-1777, on charges of attempted regicide, entitled 'Relação do que contremo Forte da Junqueira, e do que nelle passaram os presos, sieita pelo Marquês da Alorna'. Subsequently published posthumously as Relação dos presos do forte da Junqueira by Almeida (published for José de Sousa Amado, Lisbon, 1857).

ANATOMY: King's College London Department of Anatomy and Human Biology ›

The Department of Anatomy and Human Biology collection comprises an account book, consisting mainly of details of accounts with laboratory equipment suppliers, 1923-1951, and minutes of the Technical Assistants' Committee, a technical staff liaison body, 1950-1980.

ANATOMY: King's College London Department of Anatomy and Human Biology Student Records ›

King's College London Department of Anatomy and Human Biology student files, 1984-1986, 1989 (Ref: KDA/FP). Files are for one-year, non-degree, courses and typically contain a Faculty of Medical Sciences form regarding finance and some enrolment forms.


Seven volumes of newspaper cuttings from British newspapers concerning Greece, 16 Nov 1915-2 Aug 1919, particularly the political repercussions of events of World War One in Greece; four volumes of newspaper cuttings from British newspapers concerning Greece, 2 Feb 1938-27 Mar 1948, mainly relating to the German occupation of and Allied liberation of Greece during World War Two, and subsequent Greek…

ANWYL-DAVIES, Thomas (1891-1971) ›

Papers of Thomas Anwyl-Davies, comprising photograph albums of exterior and interior scenes of St Thomas's Hospital, 1910-1917, compiled whilst a student and House Surgeon at St Thomas's, including photographs of staff, sports teams and surgical operations; albums of press cuttings, [1918-1965], relating to venereal disease, his work at St Thomas's Hospital Department of Venereal Diseases and London…

ARNOLD, Sir Edwin (1832-1904) ›

Manuscript volume of notes, 1850, containing notes made by Sir Edwin Arnold whilst studying at King's College London including comprising a summary and analysis compiled from notes of Drakenborch, Gronovius, Lipsius, Hermannus and some others of Titus Livy's History of Rome from its foundation , Books XXII and XXIII; word list of the derivation and meaning of words in Homer's Iliad, , books XII, XII…

Arts and Humanities Data Service ›

Paper files, 2005-2007, relating to the Arts and Humanities Data Service (AHDS), comprising: meeting papers of the AHDS Steering Committee, 1995-2000 (including pre-launch meetings); meeting papers of the AHDS Management Board (successor to the Steering Committee), 2001-2005; meeting papers of the AHDS Service Providers’ Forum, 1996-2000; reports from the Archaeology Data Service (ADS), History Data…

ASHWELL, Samuel (1798-?1852) ›

Papers relating to Samuel Ashwell, comprising notes on his course of lectures on 'Midwifery and the Diseases of Females', delivered at Guy's Hospital, 1839-1840, (5 volumes); and lecture notes 'Lectures on midwifery by Dr Samuel Ashwell' [1830-1950] (1 volume), taken by an unidentified student(s).

ATAÍDE, António de, 1st Count of Castro-Daire (1567-1647) ›

Bound volume containing papers relating to the activities of the Portuguese East India Company, 1628-1633, collected and annotated by Ataíde, and including letters from company representatives at Goa, papers relating to the fitting out and repair of company ships at Lisbon and Goa; memoranda of company export purchases, particularly pepper and indigo, price lists and balance sheets, 1629-1633, and…

ATKINS, Professor Henry Gibson (1871-1942) ›

Manuscript volume containing translations of poems by various authors from the German by members of the Department of German, collected by Professor Atkins, 1915-1938.

ATKINS, Sir John (1875-1963) ›

The papers of Sir John Atkins, 1911-1963, comprise memoranda and correspondence illustrative of the strategic development of the College through its various stages from its establishment as an independent institution in 1915 to the retirement of Atkins as Chairman of the College's Executive Committee in 1958, including draft speeches and notes on the history of the College.

ATWELL, Gertrude L [1880] ›

Papers relating to Gertrude L Atwell comprising black and white photograph of Atwell in nurse uniform; Atwell's copy of Fisk , (W H Bartlett & Co, London, 1880) a tale dedicated to the Medical officers of King's College Hospital (KCH), inscribed to GA, from the author; and Pansher Alley (KCH, London), a tale dedicated to the Sisters and Nurses of KCH.

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