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University of Birmingham: Cadbury Research Library: Special Collections: 2014 Accessions

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  • Sybil Kathleen Batley (1897-1978), medical missionary: papers rel to work as Superintendent of Iyi Enu Hospital, Onitsha and Church Mission Society Regional Medical Advisor for West Africa 1926-1987 (CMSACC/1007)
  • Nicholas Peter Brooks (1941-2014), historian and archaeologist: research papers and corresp c1960-2014 (US142)
  • Robert Anthony Eden (1897-1977), 1st Earl of Avon, prime minister: additional papers 1937-1955 (FO 800, FO 954)
  • Paul Dawson-Edwards (1919-2008), urologist: papers c1950-1989 (US143)
  • Jesse James Hillman (1922-2004), missionary and clergyman: papers, corresp and photos mainly rel to Hillman's role with the Church Missionary Society in Egypt, Sudan, Kenya and the UK and his family's deportation from Egypt in 1956 1946-2004 (CMSACC/1009)
  • Stuart Laing (b 1948), cultural theorist: records rel to the work of the Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies incl seminar papers 1970-1980s (USS98)
  • Janet Mendelsohn (fl 1966-1968), photographer: papers incl photographs taken whilst studying at the Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies in the Balsall Heath area and transcripts of interviews with photograph subjects 1966-1968 (USS100)
  • G L Smith (fl 1900-1919), clergyman: bound typescript entitled 'War journals England 1918-1919 and other papers' 1918-1919 (MS869)
  • John Sommerfield (1908-1991), writer and political activist: literary and personal papers, incl revised typescripts of unpublished work, with notebooks rel to time volunteering with the International Brigade in the Spanish Civil War and while on active service with the RAF during the Second World War c1936-1989 (MS873)
  • James Andrew, farm bailiff, Birmingham: diary of time at the Reformatory Farm, Bordesley Green, Birmingham 1905-1906 (MS870)
  • UK Youth: records incl minutes, accounts and papers of Carola Adams, Girls Work Officer and Youth Work Manager c1986-2013 (MS227)