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D'OYLY, Reverend Dr George (1778-1846) ›

Letter from Robert Southey (1774-1845) discussing various sites for King's College London, in particular Somerset House, Regent's Park and Southwark, 1828.

DACIE, John Vivian (1912-2005) ›

Papers of Sir John Vivian Dacie, [1930-1936], contain articles of clothing and photographs dating from Dacie's time on the King's College Hospital cricket team. The collection notably comprises a pair of wicket keeper's gloves, [1930-1936]; cricket blazer, [1930-1936]; two cricket caps [1930-1936]; photograph of the cricket team [1930-1936]; King's College Hospital scarf [1930-1936] and black and white…

DETAILED CATALOGUEDANIELL, John Frederic (1790-1845) ›

The collection comprises correspondence, mainly concerning meteorological readings and Daniell's religious beliefs, lecture notebooks and printed pamphlets on meteorology and the battery, certificates of membership of learned societies, and obituaries and biographies of Daniell, 1821-1990. Notably including correspondence between Daniell and friends and colleagues such as Charles Babbage, Lucasian…

DAVIES, George William (fl 1808) ›

Papers of George William Davies comprising his notes on lectures on surgery delivered Sir Astley Paston Cooper, 1808.

DAVIS, Thomas Owen Silvester (b 1840) ›

Bound volume containing texts of a course of seventeen lectures entitled, 'The life and teaching of Christ', King's College London Winter course in Divinity, 1861-1862.

DAVSON, Hugh (1909-1996) ›

The papers of Hugh Davson comprise correspondence, working papers and printed reports, 1950-1988; including correspondence with the Medical Research Council, notably project applications and progress reports, 1951-1978; concerning Davson's publications, with reviews, 1962-1978; with the Wellcome Trust, 1974-1980; descriptions of recent research on the eye, 1970-1978; correspondence between Davson and…

DE BEER, Professor Sir Gavin Rylands (1899-1972) ›

The papers of Professor Sir Gavin Rylands De Beer comprise notebooks, typescript lecture texts and photographs, [1917-1947]; notably including four manuscript notebooks containing summaries of lectures attended by De Beer when he was an undergraduate and fellow at Oxford, consisting of notes on rudimentary embryology and zoology with sketches and bibliographies, [1917-1938]; proofs and fair copies…

BOX LISTDENDY, Professor Arthur (1865-1925) ›

Correspondence, 1887-1925, mainly between Dendy and fellow academics relating to the morphology and classification of sponges, notably with George Parker Bidder, President of the Marine Biological Association of the UK; Professor William John Dakin, Professor of Zoology, University of Liverpool; Francisco Ferrer Hernandez, Musea de Gencias Naturales, Madrid, Spain; Professor William A Haswell, Emeritus…

DENISON, Edwin Henry (fl 1887) ›

Decorative volume containing a list of subscribers to the Denison Testimonial, 1887; also includes note relating to donation of the Testimonial, along with a pair of cases and a clock to St Thomas Hospital (undated).

DENMAN, Thomas (1733-1815) ›

Papers relating to Thomas Denman, comprising notes on his lectures on midwifery, 1782, taken by an unidentified student.

DIPLOCK, Arthur (fl 1903) ›

The collection comprises correspondence, British Library readers' book application slips, manuscript notes on the life and career of the poet, Ben Jonson, and press cuttings; notably including letters to Arthur Diplock concerning the poetry of Jonson and of William Drummond, 1903; manuscript notes, in particular extracts from Jonson's poems, reference to the work of John Selden, John Donne and Henry…

DOUBLEDAY, Reverend Dr Frederic Nicklin (1885-1971) ›

Correspondence and photographs, 1922-1970, mainly comprising holiday postcards, and including letters from Professor Edmund Charles Blunden, Professor of Poetry at Oxford University, 1965, and Frank Laurence Lucas, University Reader in English at Cambridge University, 1960.

DOUGLAS, Gordon Oxenbury (1914-1999) ›

Papers of Gordon Oxenbury Douglas, 1914-1999, relating to his social life at King's College London, comprise a black and white photograph of Gordon Oxenbury Douglas, [1940]; letters from Katharine Dilley to Douglas, whom he later married, 1934-1935; dance card belonging to Douglas for the King's College London Commemoration Ball, 1935 showing all dances marked for Katharine Dilley. The collection also…

DRAKE, Bernard (fl 1841-1853) ›

Copy of Demonsthenes' Oratio in Midiam cum annotatione critica et exegetica edited by Philip C Buttmann (Third edition, Augusti Mylii, Berolini, 1841), with manuscript notes by Drake, and inscribed 'Bernard Drake, Eton College, 1841'.

DUDGEON, Leonard Stanley (1876-1938) ›

Notebooks of Prof Leonard Stanley Dudgeon comprising pathology reports, including two volumes titled 'glands' which also describe the cases, 1935-1939; two volumes titled 'tumour films', containing register of specimens and their diagnosis, [1929-1937].

BOX LISTDUFFY, Maureen Patricia (b 1933) ›

Private papers of Duffy, [1960-1994], mainly comprising typescripts, manuscripts and proofs of her novels, plays and poems including The single eye (Hutchinson, London, 1964), The erotic world of faery (Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1972), Capital (Cape, London, 1975), Gor saga (Eyre Metheun, London, 1981), Illuminations (Sinclair-Stevenson, 1991), Occam's razor (Sinclair-Stevenson, London, 1993),…

DUGMORE, Rev Clifford William (1909-1990) ›

The papers of Clifford William Dugmore contain correspondence relating to the Journal of Ecclesiastical History , and printed booklets, 1956-1978; notably including correspondence with a number of leading historians such as Professors Murray Tolmie and Alfred Cobban, William Cargill-Thompson, and Geoffrey Nuttall, relating to Dugmore's editorship of the Journal of Ecclesiastical History , remarking…


Dulwich Hospital case notes, consisting of out-patient case notes, 1947-1951, for a named patient suffering from Addison's disease, who was treated at various hospitals and clinics.


Dulwich Hospital Nursing School registers, 1917-1967 comprising: Sisters' Register, 1920-1961; General Staff Registers, 1930-1967; Male Nurses Registers, 1940-1961; Part-time and Auxiliary Nurses' Register, 1947-1954; Assistant Nurses' Register, 1947-1959; Matron's Log Book, 1945-1948; Student Nurses' Examinations Register, 1938-1947; Student Nurses' Registers, 1943-1967; Probationer Nurses' Registers,…

DULWICH HOSPITAL: Private papers ›

Dr Freedman's research papers for the opening historical talk at a symposium held to mark Dulwich Hospital's centenary celebration in 1985. Includes correspondence; drafts and text of final version of the talk; plans of the hospital; some 1940s and 1950s electrocardiograms (ECGs) 'on Eindovers string galvanometer' [possibly made at Dulwich Hospital], and programmes for the opening of the operating…

DURHAM, Emma ([1848]-1936) ›

Papers of Emma Durham comprising: diary containing description of her nursing experiences in Natal (KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa), 11 Jun 1879-Feb 1880, with notes on remedies for scorpion stings and tsetse fly; typescript transcript of the sting remedies; letter to Durham from [S Gorrel], Cairo, 18 Jun 1885; black and white photograph of Eliza Durham (sister of Emma) 1867; copy of Golden Gleanings…

DURRANT, Margaret (fl 1940-1948) ›

Papers of Margaret Durrant, comprising printed copy of Syllabus of subjects for examination for the Certificate of General Nursing , General Nursing Council for England and Wales, London, containing record of training in various nursing subjects and tasks [1940]; also copy of publication The case of Augustus d'Este , Douglas Firth, Cambridge University Press, 1948.

DYCE, William (1806-1864) ›

Charcoal sketches of capitols and other sculpted architectural details, 1843.

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