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Oxford University: Bodleian Library, Western Manuscripts: 2011 Accessions

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  • Hyde family, Earls of Clarendon: additional family corresp 1659-1709 (6650)
  • Thomas Aldersey, lawyer: accounts 1666-1713 (6720)
  • John Monier Bickersteth, Bishop of Bath and Wells: letters from his son, Julian 21st cent (6605)
  • David Alwyn Gore-Booth, diplomat: papers 20th-21st cent (6618)
  • Edith Bradley, campaigner on women's and agricultural issues: papers rel to campaigning, war work and other interests 1894-1950 (6588)
  • Arthur Clutton-Brock, author and critic: notebooks (17) containing poems, notes and reviews (6632)
  • Barbara Anne Castle, Baroness Castle of Blackburn, Labour politician: additional material incl documents, audio and digital records kept by her biographer Anne Perkins 20th cent (6627)
  • Charles Bruce Chatwin, writer: additional papers comprising photographic prints and slides (6690)
  • Kenneth Harry Clarke, Conservative MP: additional papers 2001-11 (6636)
  • Sarah Cooke, religious writer: collected essays with sermons and related material by her husband, Caleb Cooke c1695-1715 (6597)
  • Edward Louis Gresley-Cox, sergeant, Cheshire Yeomanry and lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps: letters (12) 1914-19 (6590)
  • Philip Fothergill, Liberal politician: additional papers (6617)
  • Kenneth James Franklin, physiologist: papers as dean of the Medical School, Oxford, and Assistant Director of Nuffield Institute for Medical Research (6713)
  • WAS San Garde, writer on religion: box of notes apparently by San Garde c1890-1910 (6673)
  • George James Guthrie, surgeon: misc papers c1833-52 (6654)
  • Eliza Hall, European traveller: notebooks of continental tours with TK Hall, incl drawings and watercolours c1820 (6707)
  • William Lionel Hichens, businessman: letters to his son, John Hichens 1926-40 (6666)
  • John Graham Gerard Irvine, Vicar of St Matthew, Westminster: papers (6686)
  • Roy Harris Jenkins, Baron Jenkins of Hillhead, politician: personal, literary and political papers (6718)
  • Cecil Day Lewis, poet: papers, with papers of his wife Jill (6681)
  • Molly Lymn: diaries/commonplace books (5) rel mainly to theatre, costume design and cinema 1925-30 (6637)
  • Maurice Victor Macmillan, Viscount Macmillan of Ovenden: additional political corresp c1960-63 (6702)
  • Penelope Maitland: letters (64), mainly to Charlotte West (nee Perry) 1783-1805 (6633)
  • Robert Gordon Milburn, author and missionary: additional papers incl theological notes, sermons, lectures, annotated publications (6591)
  • Jeremiah Milles, antiquary and Dean of Exeter: personal and family papers, incl ms autobiography 18th cent (6661)
  • Adrian Mitchell, poet, novelist and playwright: digital records rel to his work (6668)
  • B Morrell, landowner: accounts for an estate in Moulsford, some rel to D Morrell 1808-48 (6653)
  • Edward Rae, stockbroker, Arctic explorer, traveller and writer: letter books (2) of copy letters to his sons serving in the First World War 1916-20 (6602)
  • Anne Barbara Ridler, author: additional papers 20th cent (6709)
  • Geoffrey Roberts, lawyer: letters and legal papers incl material rel to his work as counsel at the Nuremberg Trials 1946 (6659)
  • Anthony Terrell Seward Sampson, writer and journalist: additional papers rel to the Anatomist, articles, photographs, corresp, papers rel to the Anthony Sampson Journalism Awards; computers with digital records (6638, 6611)
  • John Scott Burdon-Sanderson, 1st Baronet, physiologist: corresp, photographs and cartoons (6713)
  • Sir Stephen Harold Spender, poet: additional papers incl material rel to Natasha Spender and Ray Litvin (6647)
  • Dorothy Thompson, historian: papers, incl some material rel to EP Thompson 20th cent (6651)
  • Edward Palmer Thompson, historian: additional papers (6727)
  • David Richard Thorpe, schoolmaster, biographer: research papers and drafts rel to his biography of Harold Macmillan (6729)
  • Graham Tolliday, teacher: letters to his family describing life in Portugal at the time of the Second World War 1943-45 (6589)
  • E Trevenna, artilleryman, 8th Army: diary 1944 (6717)
  • Lewis Turney, soldier: diaries and papers 1899-1915 (6669)
  • Sir David John Weatherall, physician: papers (6692)
  • Unnamed, commonplace book compiler: commonplace book rel to antiquarian, artistic and religious subjects c1777-1806 (6742)
  • Clutag Press, Thame: additional papers rel to Archipelago 2, 5 and 6 and to individual publications 21st cent (6732)
  • Anthony Gardner, bookbinder: additional corresp and photographs 20th cent (6663)
  • John Stefanidis, interior designer, London: additional files for client projects (6628)
  • Lincolnshire Constabulary: charge book 1896-1900 (6655)
  • Oxford Committee for Famine Relief (later Oxfam): digital records incl departmental and campaign files, former websites and iterations of Oxfam intranet 21st cent (6664)
  • Oxford Diabetes Trust: minutes, accounts, annual reports and corresp 20th cent (6641)
  • Oxford Inter-Collegiate Christian Union: secretary's and treasurer's papers 20th-21st cent (6593)
  • Barbara Pym Society: papers (incl some original material by Pym) 20th cent (6733)
  • Papers rel to the publication and reception of the collaborative work Agrippa: a book of the dead 21st cent (6704)
  • Letters (6) from Elizabeth Wagstaffe of Warwickshire 1616-22 (6719)
  • Photographs by Stuart Beare rel to the Northern Cameroons Plebiscite, with index and introduction 1960-61 (6646)
  • Charles Sturt, Australian Explorer: journal of expedition to central Australia, corresp, vocabularies of Aboriginal language, drawings, notes and maps 1844-48 (6600)