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Major accessions to repositories in 2007 relating to Science

Local

Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and Records Service

  • Luton Scientific Committee: minute book with summaries of lectures 1896-1897 (Z1280)

Cheshire and Chester Archives and Local Studies

  • Chester Society of Natural Science, Literature and Art: minutes, annual reports, corresp, notes on Prof Robert Newstead by N F Ellison 1877-2006 (ZCR 7257)

West Yorkshire Archive Service, Bradford

  • John Colin Siddons, physicist and communist: records 1960s-1988 (WYB336)

National

British Library, Manuscript Collections

  • Henry Holiday, artist: papers rel to the 1871 solar eclipse 1871-1872 (Add. 82962)
  • Anne Laura McLaren, geneticist: corresp and papers c1940-2005 (Add. 83830-83999)

British Library, Sound Archive

  • Ediburgh University Science Studies Unit: 8 interviews with distinguished British scientists and 11 interviews with members of staff of the Institute of Animal Genetics 1969-1971 (C1720, C1721)

Special

Royal Society

  • Brebis Bleaney, physicist: scientific notebooks 1987-2002
  • Robert Hanbury Brown, physicist and astronomer: papers c1930-2002
  • Bryan Campbell Clarke, geneticist: research papers rel to a Royal Society Biographical Memoir on Edmund Brisco Ford and Arthur James Cain 1988-2006
  • Charles Hatchett, chemist And mineralogist: additional corresp 1795-1837
  • Sir Cyril Norman Hinshelwood, chemist: additional papers 1953-1967
  • Sir John Robert Vane, pharmacologist: papers 1973-2004

Wellcome Library

  • Francis Harry Compton Crick, biologist: additional records incl slides 1977-1993 (PP/CRI)

University

Aberdeen University, Special Libraries and Archives

  • Culterty Field Station: field station and Aberdeen University zoology department research papers 1949-1999 (Acc no 252)

Birmingham University Information Services, Special Collections Department

  • Sir Raymond Edward Priestley, geologist: diaries (15) with photographs, newscuttings and some corresp inserted 1938-1953 (US38)

Bristol University Information Services: Special Collections

  • Sir Frederick Charles Frank, physicist: additional papers 1972-1995 (DM 2107)
  • Albrecht Frohlich, mathematician: papers (reprints) 1950-1997 (DM 2111)
  • Bristol University, Long Ashton Research Station: additional papers 1963-2003 (DM 1983/10)

Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives

  • Meyer Fortes, anthropologist: letters from Naum Donen (MS Add. 9755)
  • Sir Isaac Newton, natural philosopher: MSS (3) rel to astronomy, optics and astrology (from the Macclesfield collection) (MS Add. 9776)
  • Nicholas Saunderson, mathematician: further lecture notes (3 vols) c1723-37 (MSS Add. 9752, 9772)

Cambridge University: Churchill Archives Centre

  • Sir Robert Cockburn, research scientist and public servant: additional scientific papers 1925-58 (COCK)
  • Vernon Ellis Cosslett, physicist: further corresp and papers, incl laboratory notebooks c1926-89 (COSS)
  • Sir William Rede Hawthorne, professor of applied thermodynamics: further scientific corresp and papers 20th cent (HATN)
  • Archibald Vivian Hill, physiologist: additional papers rel to his editorship of the Journal of Physiology 1927-32 (AVHL)
  • Max Ferdinand Perutz, biologist: corresp and papers c1950-2001 (PRTZ)
  • Benjamin Terence Price, scientist: political and economic papers c1975-82 (PRCE)

Liverpool University: Special Collections and Archives

  • George Wallace Kenner, chemist: corresp, reprints and photographs c1930-1980 (D.996)
  • Herbert Wakefield Banks Skinner, Professor of Physics: corresp received and photographs c1922-1960 (D982)
  • Kenneth R Young, chemist: chemistry lecture and practical notes 1961-1966 (D.991/1)
  • Liverpool Physical Society: minute books and corresp 1889-1991 (A.312/1)

London University: Senate House Library

  • University of London History of Science Board of Studies: minutes 1976-1993 (UoL/AC/8/29/temp2007)

Oxford University: Bodleian Library of Commonwealth and African Studies at Rhodes House

  • George Anderson Hugh McClelland, entomologist: autobiography rel to his time at the East African Virus Research Institute, Uganda (1955-58) and the World Health Organisation, Tanzania (1968 and 1970), primarily researching mosquito populations 2005 (MSS. Afr. s. 2443)

Sheffield University Library

  • Krebs Institute for Biomolecular Research, Sheffield University: business and administrative records 1984-1993 (MS 215)