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Major accessions to repositories in 2002 relating to Imperial History

Local

Devon Record Office

  • Kuper family of South Brent: papers of and relating to Admiral Sir Augustus Leopold Kuper 1837-1970 (6232)

Dundee City Archives

  • Haldane-Duncan family, Earls of Camperdown (addnl): family and estate papers, incl personal papers of Admiral Duncan (1731-1804) 16th-19th cent

Highland Council Archive

  • Fraser-Tytler family of Aldourie: corresp, papers and accounts incl literary papers of Lord Woodhouselee, letter books and corresp of William Fraser-Tytler as sheriff of Inverness, corresp from South African wars 1770-1914 (HCA/D766)
  • Munro-Ferguson family of Novar (addnl): corresp, accounts, deeds and estate papers incl papers of Sir Hector Munro and his military campaigns in India 17th cent-20th cent (HCA/D727)

National

British Library, Manuscript Collections

  • Alexander Davison, merchant government contractor and naval agent: corresp and papers

National Archives of Scotland

  • Shairp family of Houstoun: misc papers incl an account of a meeting in 1817 between a member of the family and Napoleon Bonaparte c1723-1990 (GD1/1311)

National Army Museum, Department of Archives Photographs Film and Sound

  • George Valentine Mundy, lieutenant colonel (addnl): papers incl a journal, diary and letters written during the Crimean War 1854-56 (2002-03-36)

National Library of Scotland, Manuscript Collections

  • Walker family of Dundonald: corresp c1772-83, incl some from America (Acc.12085)

University

Aberdeen University, Special Libraries and Archives

  • Dalrymple family of Tullos, Nigg: family corresp and accounts, incl corresp rel to plantations in Dominica 1813-37 (MS 3700)

Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives

  • George William Frederick Charles, 2nd Duke of Cambridge (addnl): letters to Sir Charles Lennox Wyke 1855-96 (Add MS 9596)

Cambridge University Library: Royal Commonwealth Society Library

  • Agnes Loxton of Damara Farm, Bulawayo: misc letters and papers 1970-87 (RCS.MSS.541)
  • Merfyn Temple, Methodist minister and writer on Africa: report on rural development and education in Zambia 1974 (RCS.MSS.521)

Cambridge University: Trinity College Library

  • Sri Ranjitsinhji Vibhaji, Maharajah of Nawangar: letters c1891-1905

Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections: Palace Green Section

  • Martin W Daly, professor (addnl): corresp and papers rel to Southern Sudan (G//S 1244)
  • Richard Hill, colonial administrator and historian (addnl): diary covering his journey home from New Zealand 1920 (G//S 1251)
  • Hilary Paul Logali (1930-1998), Southern Sudanese leader: draft autobiography (G//S 1242)
  • Ernest Tatham Richmond (1874-1955) architect and colonial official (addnl): family corresp, diaries, unpublished memoirs and papers rel to British policy in Palestine (Misc.2001/2002:128)
  • Sudan Government British Pensioners Association (addnl): corresp and minutes 1950-99 (G//S 1241)

King's College London: Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives

  • Christopher Montague Woodhouse, 5th Baron Terrington, MP and colonel (addnl): papers rel to his service with the British Military Mission to Greek Guerrillas in German occupied Greece and the deposition of Hussein in Iran 1942-76

London University: Institute of Commonwealth Studies

  • Misc case papers and notes rel to political trials in former British Colonies such as the Gold Coast, Kenya, Zanzibar and Guiana c1950-69 (ICOMM/MILL)

Oxford University: Regents Park College, Angus Library

  • Baptist Missionary Society (addnl): corresp between Joseph Angus and John Clark concerning the Cameroons and Fernando Po missions 1841-47

St Andrews University Library

  • Alexander Shewan (1851-1941), Indian civil servant and Homeric scholar: corresp, degree certificates and press cuttings (ms38570)

York University: Borthwick Institute of Historical Research

  • Edie Clifford of London: letters from her fiance in Canada c1900-25 (AccNo: 67/2002)