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Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections: 1994 Accessions

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  • Britton, Karl (1909-83), Professor of philosophy: Working papers and correspondence. (Britton Papers).
  • Chaytor, Thomas (d.1618), of Butterby, Co. Durham: Diary, 1612-17. (Add. MS 866).
  • Hutchings, Arthur (1906-89): The Royal Arms: draft full score and vocal score by Arthur Hutchings for a light operatic version of C.A. Alingtons play The Royal Arins. (Add. MSS 868-870).
  • Longstaffe, W.H.D. (1826-98): Album of mss and printed items, 16th-19th century, mainly relating to Durham and Northumberland families, collected by Longstaffe. (Misc. 1993/94:3).
  • Manley, Professor Gordon (1902-80): Papers and lantern slides. (Misc 1993/94:1).
  • Plomer, William (1903-73): 20 letters to Mrs. Joan Feisenberger, 1961-72. (Plomer MSS 250), 272 letters and cards to James Stern, 1950-73 (Plomer MSS 277).
  • Sermon notes, in a contemporary hand, of sermons preached during the summer of 1642 by Calibut Downing and other Parliamentarian sympathisers. 1 vol. (Add. MS 865).
  • Teesdale Trust & Teesdale Scientific Committee: papers (minutes, working papers, reports etc.), 1967-78. (Misc. 1993/94:6).
  • Watkins, Eric, foreign correspondent for The Financial Times: Working papers, chiefly relating to his work in the Yemen, c.1990-94. (Watkins Papers).
  • Willis, Peter (b.1933): Papers and photographs relating to his research on the history of landscape gardening, particularly concerning Charles Bridgeman, William Kent, and Capability Brown, and the Stowe gardens. (Willis Papers).

    Sudan Archive

  • Duncan, John Spender Ritchie (b.1921): Official papers, personal letters, historical notes, Nuer Grammar, and printed items. (G//S 1078).
  • Harwood, Frank Lester: Memoirs, articles, and photographs, from his service with Sudan Railways and Steamers, 1923-48. (G//S 1099).
  • Hawley, Sir Donald (b.1921) (Sudan Political Service, 1944- 55): Early draft of memoirs. (G//S 1094).
  • Herbert, Edward Sidney (Egyptian Army, 1898-1920): papers, etc, relating to his military career, including decorations, brevets and cuttings. (G//S 1104).
  • Hill, Richard Leslie (Sudan Railways, 1929-): Working papers, including correspondence, diaries, maps, photographs, microfilms, slides. (G//S 1103).
  • Hodgkin, Robin A.: (Ministry of Education, Sudan 1939-55): Letters home from Bakht er Ruda, 1949-54 (G//S 1095).
  • Kingdon, Frank Denys (b.1898): papers from his career in the Sudan Political Service, 1921-48. (G//S 1097, 1105).
  • MacPhail, James Gordon Stewart (b.1900): Papers, including correspondence 1922-25, 1977-85, maps and plans, photographs and printed material. (G//S 1079).
  • Polden, Anthony William (Veterinary Inspector in Sudan, 1949- 55): Additional papers (letters home, draft memoirs, veterinary notes, account of a camel trek in the Butana 1950, etc). (G//S 1080, 1082-86, 1091, 1100).
  • Stevens, R.L. (Head of Science, Rumbek Secondary School: Papers from the early days of Rumbek Secondary School, 1948- 54. (G//S 1098).
  • Woodman, Dr. Hugh M. (Sudan Medical Service, 1930-50): Two trek diaries, in the Congo 1938 and Ethiopia 1943. (G//S 1088).

    5, The College section

  • Baker Baker Papers (additional deposit): probate and legal correspondence,19th and early 20th cents., with some property deeds of allied families; envelope of photographs of paintings and portfolio of political cartoons, c.1760- 1820 (deposited temporarily for copying).
  • Hayton, Lee & Braddock Papers: Material re Durham Cathedral and associated fabrics (1st instalment): file of correspondence etc., chiefly concerning work carried out by George Pace, consultant architect to the Dean and Chapter of Durham (died 1975), 1955-1976.
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