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Hull University Archives: 2004 Accessions

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  • Empson family of Yokefleet: family corresp, estate accounts and family history research papers 18th-20th cent (DYK)
  • Hotham family, Barons Hotham: South Dalton: additional records comprising deeds rel to marriage settlement of Frederick William Hotham and Eliza Benita Sanders 1902 (DDHO)
  • Sykes family, baronets, of Sledmere: additional estate papers incl rentals, maps, plans, accounts, catalogues of fixtures and fittings, with Sledmere Parish Council minutes c1770-1979 (DDSY)
  • Sir Patrick Thomas Cormack, politician: additional constituency and subject files (DPK)
  • E A Markham, poet and writer: additional literary MSS, publications and corresp c1980-99 (DAM)
  • Joseph Kevin Mcnamara, MP: additional constituency and subject files (DMC)
  • Austin Vernon Mitchell, MP: additional subject files (DMM)
  • Christopher John Mullin, MP: files rel to campaign work against miscarriages of justice, particularly the Birmigham Six and Guildford Four (DMU)
  • Alan Frederick Plater, author and playwright: additional scripts, corresp and audiotapes c1970-2004 (DPR)
  • Anthony John Topham, adult education lecturer and historian: additional files on labour and trade union history, with publications (DTO)
  • Campaign for Equal State Pension Ages: records incl minutes, files, newsletters, leaflets, corresp c1970-2001 (DPY)
  • University of Hull, Brynmor Jones Library: additional records, administrative files incl corresp with Philip Larkin about library purchases c1980-89 (LIB)
  • Hull Association of Women Graduates: minutes, accounts, constitution and bye-laws 1937-97
  • Liberty (formerly National Council for Civil Liberties): additional records 1987-2003 (DCL)
  • Socialist Health Association: additional records incl accounts, policy and discussion papers, minutes and conference papers c1970-2001 (DSM)