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The Online Catalogues of Archives and Manuscripts represent only a part of the manuscript holdings in the Bodleian Library. Here you will find descriptions of archives and manuscripts which have been catalogued after 2001; some retrospective digital conversions of earlier unpublished catalogues; and collection-level descriptions of most of the collections catalogued in our published hardcopy catalogues.

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Manuscripts c. 1500 - c. 1900

The Abinger Papers
Correspondence and papers of the Godwin and Shelley families, chiefly William Godwin (1756-1836), philosopher and author; with the correspondence and papers of his family, including his wife, the novelist and essayist Mary Wollstonecraft (1759-97); daughter, the author Mary Shelley (1797-1851); her husband, the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822); and Mary and Percy Bysshe Shelley's son Sir Percy Florence Shelley (1819-89), and his wife, Jane, Lady Shelley (d. 1899)
See also A conspectus from 'Dep' to 'MS. Abinger'.

Additional Acland Papers
Additional papers of Henry Wentworth Acland and his daughter, Sarah Angelina Acland, 1852-86

Papers Regarding the Baronetcy of Sir Henry Wentworth Acland (Collection Level Description)
Papers regarding the Baronetcy of Sir Henry Wentworth Acland (1815-1900), 1st Baronet and physician, 1890.

Acland Photograph Albums
Four photograph albums of Sir Henry Wentworth Acland, 1840s-1890s and four photograph albums of his daughter, Sarah Angelina Acland, late 19th cent.

Acland Family Papers (Collection Level Description)
The Acland papers consist mainly of the correspondence of Sir Henry Wentworth Acland, 1820-1926

Microfilms of Acts of Parliament (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of Acts of Parliament, 1497-1702, 20th cent.

Photocopies of Acts of Parliament (Collection Level Description)
Photocopies of five Acts of Parliament, 1559-1832, 20th cent.

Acworth Diaries
Diaries of Harriet Acworth (d. 1846), 1833-46, and of William Acworth (1803-99), Evangelical clergyman, 1846-96.

Collections of James Adcock on the Derivation of English Surnames (Collection Level Description)
Collections of James Adcock (d. 1863), antiquary, on the derivation of English surnames, 1836-50.

Enlargements from microfilm of a manuscript of Aeschylus' 'Agamemnon' (Collection Level Description)
Enlargements from microfilm of a manuscript of Agamemnon with interlinear Latin translation and notes by Isaac Casaubon (not autograph); copies of original dated 1610.

Aldersey Notebooks
Notebooks of Thomas Aldersey, lawyer, containing notes on sermons, 1653-89, with some notebooks in other hands, 17th cent.

Copies of 'Retrospection, a poem accompanied with notes' by Disney Alexander (Collection Level Description)
Holograph copies of 'Retrospection, a poem accompanied with notes' by Disney Alexander (fl. 1817-1837), poet, 19th cent.

Papers of Sir Archibald Alison (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Archibald Alison, 2nd Baronet (1826-1907), general, 1849-1916.

Bibliographical and Genealogical Collections of W.H. Allnutt (Collection Level Description)
Bibliographical and genealogical collections of William Henry Allnutt (d ? 1916), librarian and antiquary, [c. 1624-1896] (predominantly 19th cent.).

Elevation and plan for the quadrangle of All Souls College, Oxford (Collection Level Description)
Elevation and plan of a design for the quadrangle of All Souls College, Oxford, in the hand of Nicholas Hawksmoor (1661-1736), architect, [c. 1715].

Log-books of HMS Amazon (Collection Level Description)
Log-books of HMS Amazon, 1808-12.

Minutes of the Ambarum Club (Collection Level Description)
Minutes of the Ambarum Club, a dining club for members of the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford, 1880-1917.

Copy by Robert Anderson of his Cumberland ballads (Collection Level Description)
Fair copy of Cumberland ballads by Robert Anderson (1770-1833), antiquary, 1823.

Papers of John Anstis (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John Anstis (1669-1744), herald, antiquary, and MP, 18th cent.

Letters of Antiquarians (Collection Level Description)
Letters of various 19th- and 20th-cent. antiquarians.

Manuscripts relating to Sir Philip Sidney's Arcadia (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts relating to Sir Philip Sidney's Arcadia, author(s) unknown, 17th cent.

Ashhurst Family Papers
Papers of the Ashhurst family of Waterstock, Oxfordshire, 16th-20th cent.

Ashhurst Family Muniments (Collection Level Description)
Ashhurst family deeds relating to properties in Buckinghamshire, Lancashire, London and Oxfordshire, 1630-1790.

Ashmole Manuscripts
Manuscript collections of Elias Ashmole (1617-92), astrologer, herald and antiquary. The collection comprises important medical, astrological, and alchemical manuscripts, including papers of John Dee (1527-1609), Richard Napier (1559-1634) and his son Sir Richard Napier (1607-76), and William Lilly (1602-81), and is also strong in heraldry, local history, and, to a lesser extent, in Middle English and 17th-cent. poetry, 11th-17th cent. View Collection Level Description.

Heraldic and Antiquarian Collection Owned by David Askew (Collection Level Description)
Heraldic and antiquarian collection owned by David Askew (fl. 1800-1899), of Pallinsburn, Northumberland, 16th-19th cent.

Askew Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Collections compiled by Anthony Askew (1722-74), classical scholar, physician, and collector of MSS and books.

Legal Precedents made by a London Attorney (Collection Level Description)
Legal precedents made by a London attorney, 1779-80.

Aubrey Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to English antiquities, letters to Aubrey, 1644-95, and a copy of 'Brief Lives', 15th-18th cent.

Aubrey's 'Monumenta Britannica' (Collection Level Description)
'Monumenta Britannica' by John Aubrey, in four parts, chiefly written in about 1665-93, with notes added by John Evelyn and Dr Thomas Gale.

Papers relating to the case of John Aubrey v. Joan Sumner (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to the case of John Aubrey v. Joan Sumner in the court of King's Bench, 1668.

Accounts of Revenues from Land in Berkshire within the Jurisdiction of the Court of Augmentations (Collection Level Description)
Accounts of revenues from land in Berkshire within the jurisdiction of the Court of Augmentations, 1547-8.

Manuscript Copy of 'Memoirs of Cowper. By Himself' and M.F. Babington's Copies of William Smyth's Memoir of Mr. Sheridan (Collection Level Description)
19th cent.

Badger Deeds (Collection Level Description)
Badger Deeds, relating to property in Shropshire and Herefordshire, 12th cent.-1662.

Papers of the Baillie Hamilton Family (Collection Level Description)
Miscellaneous papers of the Baillie Hamilton family of the Isle of Wight and Putney, Surrey, 1848-76.

Baines and Percival Papers
Official papers, personal letters and photographs of Sir Jervoise Athelstane Baines, and his son-in-law, Philip Edward Percival, both of the Indian Civil Service, 1862-1929.

Baker Papers
Papers of Colonel George and Mrs. Caroline Julia Baker, 1809-57, mainly relating to the period of Colonel Baker's office as British representative on the Greek Boundary Commission.

Journals of Samuel and Julian Alleyne Baker (Collection Level Description)
Journals of Samuel Baker and Lieutenant Julian Alleyne Baker RN, 1815-73.

Ballard Collection (Collection Level Description)
Papers of George Ballard (1705-55), antiquary, 16th-18th cent.

Copies of the Correspondence of Henry Balston (Collection Level Description)
Copies of the correspondence of Henry Balston (1816-40), 1827-41.

Papers of the Bandinel and Le Mesurier Families (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Bandinel and Le Mesurier families, 19th cent.

Notebooks of Bulkeley Bandinel (Collection Level Description)
Notebooks of Bulkeley Bandinel (1781-1861), Bodley's Librarian, 19th cent.

Descriptions of MSS. Rawlinson B. 1-511 by Bulkeley Bandinel (Collection Level Description)
Descriptions of MSS. Rawlinson B. 1-511 by Bulkeley Bandinel (1781-1861), Bodley's Librarian, [c. 1810].

Papers of John Bankes (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir John Bankes (1589-1644), attorney-general for Charles I, 1634-40.

Papers of H.M. Bannister (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Henry Marriot Bannister (1854-1919), musicologist, c. 1873-1917.

Papers of the Bannister and Marriott Families (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Bannister and Marriott families, 18th-20th cent.

Papers of Hugh Barker (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Hugh Barker (d. 1632), lawyer, and Dean of the Court of Arches, 1553-1647.

Barlow Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts, mostly medieval, collected by Thomas Barlow (1607-91), Bishop of Lincoln, 10th-17th cent.

Barrett Notebooks
Notebooks written by Miss Elizabeth Barrett, 1847-8

Diary of J. Barrow (Collection Level Description)
Illustrated diary of Lieutenant Colonel John Barrow (1808-98), 1860-98.

Papers of Beatrice Braithwaite Batty (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Beatrice Braithwaite Batty (1833-1933), novelist and diarist, wrote under the name of Beatrice Stebbing.

Catalogue of Books in the Possession of William Bayntun (Collection Level Description)
Catalogue of books in the possession of William Bayntun of Gray's Inn, [c. 1768-70].

Beckford Papers
Papers of William Beckford (1760-1844), author.

Papers of William Beckford (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Beckford (1760-1844), author, MP, and art collector, 1787-1811.

Beckwith Heraldic and Genealogical Manuscripts
Heraldic and genealogical manuscripts relating to noble and gentry families of England and Yorkshire, compiled by Thomas Beckwith of York, painter and antiquary, 1767-85, mainly comprising family trees.

Beddoes and Edgeworth Family Papers (Collection Level Description)
Beddoes and Edgeworth family papers, 18th-19th cent.

Correspondence between Robert Southey and Grosvenor Charles Bedford (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence between Robert Southey (1774-1843), poet, journalist and biographer, and Grosvenor Charles Bedford (fl. 1792-1838), Chief Clerk of the Audit Office, 1792-1838.

Correspondence of Alfred Beesley (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Alfred Beesley (1800-47), historian, 1838-48.

Papers of the Belson Family (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Belson family of Aston Rowant and Kingston Blount, Oxfordshire, 17th-18th cent.

Benson Family Papers
Papers of Arthur Christopher Benson, writer (1862-1925), Edward Frederic Benson, writer (1867-1940), Edward White Benson, Archbishop of Canterbury (1829-96), Robert Hugh Benson, Roman Catholic Writer and Apologist (1871-1914), Margaret Benson, Egyptologist and religious philosopher (1865-1916).

Benson Family Papers (ii) (Collection Level Description)
Benson family papers, 1770-1884.

Papers of the Publishing House of Bentley (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Publishing House of Bentley, 1829-1936.

Papers of Richard Bentley (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Richard Bentley (1854-1936), publisher, 1889-1935.

Letters to Richard and George Bentley (Collection Level Description)
Letters to Richard Bentley (1794-1871) and his son George (1828-95), publishers, 1829-89.

Drawings of Berkshire Churches and their Contents (Collection Level Description)
Drawings of Berkshire churches and their contents, early 19th cent.

Works by Apollonius Pergaeus with marginal notes by Edward Bernard (Collection Level Description)
Interleaved copies of works by Apollonius Pergaeus with marginal notes by Edward Bernard (1638-96), astronomer and scholar, [c. 1670].

Letters and Papers Relating to Jacques-Henri Bernardin de Saint-Pierre, Aimé Martin and Mathieu Molé (Collection Level Description)
Miscellaneous letters and Papers relating to Jacques-Henri Bernardin de Saint-Pierre (1737-1814), writer, Aimé Martin (1786-1847), and Mathieu Molé (1584-1656), 18th-19th cent.

Papers of the Bertie Family, Earls of Abingdon
Papers relating to the Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire estates of the Bertie family, Earls of Abingdon, from the 14th to the 20th century.

Bertie Family Deeds
Title deeds relating to property of the Earls of Abingdon, mainly in Wiltshire and Manchester, 17th-20th cent.

Bicester Deeds (Collection Level Description)
Bicester Deeds, 1709-1825.

Bickersteth Family Papers
Papers of the Bickersteth family, 1815-1976, including papers of Edward Bickersteth (1786-1850), rector of Watton, Hertfordshire, and his son Edward Henry Bickersteth (1825-1906), Bishop of Exeter, poet and hymnographer, and grandson, Samuel Bickersteth (1857-1937), priest.

Gloucestershire Collections by Ralph Bigland (Collection Level Description)
Gloucestershire collections by Ralph Bigland (1711-84), herald and antiquary, 1773-5.

Papers of Joseph Bingham (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Joseph Bingham (1668-1723), theologian and historian, 1695-1763.

Copy of Hugh Blair, 'Lectures on rhetorick' (Collection Level Description)
Copy of 'Lectures on rhetorick' by Hugh Blair (1718-1800), Church of Scotland minister and professor of Rhetoric, [? 1770s].

Blakeway Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Shropshire manuscripts of John Brickdale Blakeway (1765-1826), topographer, 18th-19th cent.

Papers of J.B. Blakeway (Collection Level Description)
Papers of of John Brickdale Blakeway (1765-1826), topographer, 1808.

Bliss Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Dr. Philip Bliss (1787-1857), antiquary and editor, 17th-19th cent.

Notebooks of Philip Bliss (Collection Level Description)
Notebooks of Dr. Philip Bliss (1787-1857), antiquary and editor, 1805-55.

Letters and Legal Documents of Philip Bliss (Collection Level Description)
Letters and Legal Documents of Dr. Philip Bliss (1787-1857), antiquary and editor, 1837-52.

John Earle, Microcosmography, edited by Philip Bliss (Collection Level Description)
John Earle, Microcosmography, edited by Dr. Philip Bliss (1787-1857), antiquary and editor, 1811.

Rev. Bliss Papers (Collection Level Description)
Collections of printed and written papers of the 18th and 19th centuries.

Commonplace Book of Rev. Philip Bliss (Collection Level Description)
Commonplace Book of Rev. Philip Bliss (1742-1803), Rector of Dodington and Frampton Cotterell in Gloucestershire, [c. 1720-1825].

Blomfield Papers (Collection Level Description)
Notes and collections of Rev. J.C. Blomfield, 1882-94.

Music Collected by the Blount Family (Collection Level Description)
Music collected by the Blount family, Mapledurham, 18th-19th cent.

Papers of William Bollaert (Collection Level Description)
Miscellaneous papers of William Bollaert (1807-76), author and explorer, with a printed pamphlet by W.M.F. Castle, [c. 1830-87].

Boreal Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
A collection of 153 Scandinavian manuscripts (chiefly Icelandic, a few Danish, Latin and Swedish), including papers relating to poetry, law and history, 16th-19th cent.

Volumes Containing Joseph Bosworth's Anglo-Saxon Dictionary (Collection Level Description)
Volumes containing Joseph Bosworth's Anglo-Saxon Dictionary, c.1838-1926.

Bosworth Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Joseph Bosworth (1789-1876), Anglo-Saxon scholar and lexicographer, 1835-78.

Botanical Notebooks (Collection Level Description)
Botanical Notebooks, 1710-15.

Music Bequeathed by T.W. Bourne (Collection Level Description)
Music bequeathed by T.W. Bourne (d. 1948), 17th-18th cent.

Papers of W.L. Bowles (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Lisle Bowles (1762-1850), Canon of Salisbury, poet, and antiquary, 1779-1840.

Bowyer Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Italian and Latin manuscripts relating to the statutes of Italian cities, 14th-19th cent.

Papers of William Bowyer (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Bowyer the Younger (1699-1777), printer, 1754-97.

Transcript of the Churchwardens' Accounts of Boxford, Suffolk (Collection Level Description)
Transcript of 16-17th cent. Churchwardens' accounts of Boxford, Suffolk, [c. 1900-13].

Letters from Henry Boyle to Charles, Viscount Townshend (Collection Level Description)
Letters from Henry Boyle, 1st Baron Carleton (d. 1725), politician, to Charles, 2nd Viscount Townshend (1674-1738), statesman, 1709-10.

Bradley Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of James Bradley (1693-1762), Chaplain to Bishop of Hereford, astronomer, 1705-66.

John Brand's copy of Observations on popular antiquities (Collection Level Description)
John Brand's copy of Observations on popular antiquities, (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1777)

Microfilms of the Manuscripts of Franz Brentano (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of the philosophical manuscripts of Franz Brentano, 1838-1917, German psychologist and philosopher.

Papers of Thomas Brett (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Thomas Brett (1667-1744), nonjuror and theologian, 1685-1744.

Bridges's Northamptonshire Collections (Collection Level Description)
Collections of John Bridges (1666-1724), antiquary, relating to Northamptonshire, 1570-1723.

Papers of John Briggs (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John Briggs (1785-1875), Indian officer and administrator, c. 1817-35.

Draft of a John Briggs's Translation (Collection Level Description)
Draft of John Briggs's translation of the History of the rise of the Mahomedan power in India, 19th cent.

Papers of William Bright (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Bright (1824-1901), Ecclesiastical historian, 1838-1916.

Diaries and Travel Journals of Mary Alice Brinckman (Collection Level Description)
Diaries and travel journals of Mary Alice Brinckman (fl. 1878-1900).

Account Books of the Broadwood Family (Collection Level Description)
Account books of the Broadwood family, piano makers, 1771-1813.

Estate Papers of the Brocas Family (Collection Level Description)
Estate papers of the Brocas family of Beaurepaire, Hampshire, 15th-17th cent.

Brocas Family Deeds (Collection Level Description)
Brocas family deeds, principally concerning property in Berkshire and Hampshire, [c. 1362-1807].

Papers of J.C. Brooke (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John Charles Brooke (1748-94), Herald, antiquary, and topographer, 1769-1828.

Bruce Family Papers
Papers of the Bruce Family, late 18th - 20th Century, comprising papers of (Patrick) Craufurd Bruce (1748-1820) and Michael Bruce (1787-1861), with small groups of papers of the next three generations.

Historical Collections by John Bruce (Collection Level Description)
Historical collections by John Bruce (1802-69), antiquary, 16th-19th cent.

Viscount Bryce Papers
Papers of James, Viscount Bryce, and Bryce family papers, 1826-1958. The bulk of the papers cover Bryce's political and literary career, 1857-1922.

Papers of the Buckler and Hollis Families (Collection Level Description)
Drawings, prints and other papers of the Buckler and Hollis families, 19th cent.

Buckler Drawings (Collection Level Description)
Indian ink and watercolour drawings of churches and buildings in Oxfordshire, 1797-1830.

Drawings of Oxford Buildings by J.C. Buckler (Collection Level Description)
Drawings of Oxford Buildings by John Chessell Buckler (1793-1894), architect and antiquary, 1810-30.

Papers of J.F.W. Bullock (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John Frederick Watkinson Bullock (1840-1918), author, [c. 1890]-1907.

Volumes of Services Copied by J.S. Bumpus (Collection Level Description)
Two volumes of services copied by John Skelton Bumpus (fl. 1891-1913), antiquarian and writer on cathedral music and ecclesiology, late 19th cent.

Correspondence and Papers of Sir Maurice William Ernest de Bunsen (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence and Papers of Sir Maurice William Ernest de Bunsen (1852-1932), diplomat, [c.1826-1945].

Burdett Papers
Papers of Sir Henry Burdett (1847-1920), Secretary of the Share and Loan Department of the London Stock Exchange, with some Burdett family papers, 1803-1930.

Burdett-Coutts Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Francis Burdett (1770-1844), 5th Baronet and politician, and Thomas Coutts (1735-1822), banker, 1644-1938.

Papers of Martha Burford (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Martha Burford (fl. 1846-7), executrix of Sarah Burford.

Burges Papers
Papers of Sir James Bland Burges (1752-1824), author, barrister, Member of Parliament and Under-Secretary at the Foreign Office, with papers of the Burges and Head families, 1750-1892.

Correspondence of Thomas Burgess (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Thomas Burgess (1756-1837), Bishop of Salisbury, 1778-1837.

Papers of J.W. Burgon (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John William Burgon (1813-88), Dean of Chichester and antiquary, 1838-82.

Burnet Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Gilbert Burnet (1643-1715). Bishop of Salisbury and historian, 17th-18th cent.

Burton Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of John Burton (1710-71), antiquary, 17th-18th cent.

Notes on the Doctrines of Christianity, possibly by Edmund Butcher (Collection Level Description)
Notes on the doctrines of Christianity, possibly by Edmund Butcher (1757-1822), unitarian minister, 1786-7.

Buxton Family Deeds (Collection Level Description)
The Buxton family deeds, 1675-1939.

Journals of John Byng (Collection Level Description)
Journals of John Byng, 5th Viscount Torrington (1743-1813), diarist, 1781-92.

Manuscripts and Papers of Ingram Bywater (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts collected by Ingram Bywater (1840-1914), Regius Professor of Greek at Oxford, including working papers on classical subjects, and correspondence mainly with classical scholars, 16th cent.-1914.

Correspondence of Major W.M.C.D. Caillard (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Major William Maurice Copland Duquesne Caillard (fl. 1876-1945), 1876-1909.

Callcott Papers
Papers of Sir Augustus Callcott (1779-1844), painter, and Maria, Lady Callcott (1785-1842), author and travel writer.

Collection of Cambridgeshire Deeds (Collection Level Description)
88 deeds, of which 85 relate to Cambridgeshire, and three relate to Lincolnshire and Norfolk, 1617-1857.

Tenants' Ledger for the Canon Frome Estate of William Hopton (Collection Level Description)
Tenants' ledger for the Canon Frome estate of Rev. William Hopton (d. 1841), 1817-32, with related letters and papers, 1728-1832.

Canonici Manuscripts
Manuscript collections of Matteo Luigi Canonici (1727-1805), Jesuit, comprising mainly of Greek, Latin and Italian manuscripts, 8th-18th cent. View Collection Level Description

Capel Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Arthur Capel (1631-83) 1st Earl of Essex, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 1672-7.

Lectures of Dr. Edward Cardwell (Collection Level Description)
Lectures of Dr. Edward Cardwell (1787-1861), church historian, 1810-50.

Papers of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881), historian, essayist and philosopher, and Jane Baillie Welsh Carlyle (1801-66), poet and writer, [c. 1839]-71.

Carte Papers
Papers accumulated by the historian Thomas Carte (1686-1754), comprising mainly original papers of James Butler (1610-88), 1st Duke of Ormonde, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, with papers of Sir William Fitzwilliam (1526-99), Lord Deputy of Ireland; Sir John Davies (1569-1626) Attorney General of Ireland; Edward Montagu (1625-72) 1st Earl of Sandwich; Charles Middleton (c.1650-1719), 2nd Earl of Middleton; David Nairne (fl.1720), Secretary to the Pretender; Philip Wharton (1613-96), 4th Baron Wharton; and Thomas Wharton (1648-1716), 1st Marquess of Wharton. A chronological Calendar of the Carte Papers, 1660-87, is available on the Department's Special Projects web page.

Cary Family Deeds (Collection Level Description)
Cary family deeds, 1550-1818.

Casaubon Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Greek manuscripts collected by Isaac Casaubon (1559-1614), Prebendary of Canterbury, 16th-17th cent.

Notebooks of Alexander Chalmers (Collection Level Description)
Notebooks of Alexander Chalmers (1759-1834), writer, 1810.

Photostats of Chancery and Court of Exchequer Papers (Collection Level Description)
Photostats of the papers of eight cases brought in Chancery and the Court of Exchequer, 1765-78.

Papers of Chandlings Farm, Kennington (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Chandlings Farm, Kennington, 1480-1746.

Cherry Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Cherry Manuscripts, 15th-18th cent.

Autograph Collection of Rev. G.J. Chester (Collection Level Description)
Autograph collection of Rev. Greville John Chester (1831-92), Egyptologist, 1800-79.

Collections of Joseph Lemuel Chester (Collection Level Description)
Collections of Joseph Lemuel Chester (1821-82), genealogist, 1880.

Records of the Borough of Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire (Collection Level Description)
Late 19th cent. (some transcripts of older material, 1782-1835).

Chiswell Journals
Journals of Richard Chiswell the Younger (1673-1751) Turkey merchant and traveller and the journals of his grandson, Trench Chiswell (1735?-1797) merchant and antiquary, 1696-1796.

Cholera Epidemic Papers (1) (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to the cholera epidemic in Oxford, 1831-3.

Cholera Epidemic Papers (2) (Collection Level Description)
Papers concerning a cholera epidemic in Oxford, 1832.

Christ Church Papers (Collection Level Description)
Christ Church Buttery, Kitchen and Gate Papers, 1878-1907.

Church Papers
Notebooks and diaries of R.W. Church, Dean of St. Paul's, mainly compiled when he was Rector of Whatley, Somerset.

Minutes of the Church Association of School Managers and Teachers (Collection Level Description)
Minutes of the Oxford branch of the Church Association of School Managers and Teachers, 1873-1925.

Papers Concerning Property in Church Street, Soho, London (Collection Level Description)
Papers concerning the payment of legacy duty on property in Church Street, Soho, London, 1841, and the sale of the property in 1847.

Ciceroniana (Collection Level Description)
Collection of manuscript collations, indexes, etc., relating to Cicero's Works

Papers of the Church's Ministry among the Jews (Collection Level Description)
The Church's Ministry among the Jews was formerly the London Society for Promoting Christianity among the Jews. The papers cover the range 1807-1977.

Clarendon Papers
Papers of George William Frederick Villiers, 4th Earl of Clarendon, 1820-70, with papers of related families, 17th-19th cent..

Additional Clarendon Papers, with Lister Papers
Correspondence of George William Frederick Villiers, 4th Earl of Clarendon of the second creation, with his wife, Lady Katharine, and his sister, Lady Theresa Lewis, 1838-65; papers of Sir Thomas Villiers Lister, mainly Foreign Office memoranda and journals of diplomatic missions, 1845-92.

Lady Clarendon Papers
Correspondence, diaries and papers of Lady Katharine Clarendon, with some correspondence of her husband, George, 4th Earl of Clarendon, and some miscellaneous family papers.

Clarendon Press Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Miscellaneous collection of printed books and manuscripts, relating to classical literature and theology, 18th-19th cent.

Clarendon State Papers (Collection Level Description)
The Clarendon State Papers cover the whole period of the Civil War, the Commonwealth and the Restoration to 1667. They are supplemented by many volumes in the hand of the 1st Earl, and by papers of Henry Hyde, 2nd Earl of Clarendon (1638-1709), Edward Hyde, 3rd Earl of Clarendon (1661-1723) and Henry Hyde, 2nd Earl of Rochester and 4th Earl of Clarendon (1672-1753) and of Henry Hyde, Viscount Cornbury (1710-53).

Papers of Wyndham Damer Clark (Collection Level Description)
Wyndham Damer Clark (1884-1961), formerly of Talygarn, Glamorgan. This is a collection of mainly 18th- and 19th-cent. family papers, 1757-1919.

W. N. Clarke Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts by William Nelson Clarke (1799-1855), relating to Berkshire, 18th-19th cent.

Papers of A.H. Clough (Collection Level Description)
Letters, papers and poetical manuscripts of A.H. Clough, poet, 1829-1900.

Coats of Arms of English Families (Collection Level Description)
Two volumes of coats of arms of English families, emblazoned, 1829.

Drawings of Buildings in Oxfordshire by Alfred Cobb (Collection Level Description)
Pen and sepia ink drawings of buildings in Oxfordshire by Alfred F. Cobb (fl. 1878-9), mainly churches and church fittings.

Cockerell and Grieve Family Papers
Correspondence and papers relating to the Cockerell (later Rushout) and Grieve families, 18th-19th cent.

Papers of Sir Richard Cocks (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Richard Cocks, 2nd Baronet (d. 1726), MP for Gloucestershire, [c. 1681]-1726.

Papers of Christian Cole (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Christian Cole, writer, 1732-3.

Correspondence of Sir John Taylor Coleridge (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Sir John Taylor Coleridge (1790-1876), judge, 1685-1874.

Works of Jeremy Collier (Collection Level Description)
Works of Jeremy Collier (1650-1726), nonjuror, 1731-2.

Manuscripts of Robert Collier, 2nd Baron Monkswell (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Robert Collier (1845-1909), 2nd Baron Monkswell, [c. 1855-1900].

Conant Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Dr. John Conant (1608-94), theologian, 1671-87.

Papers of Richard Congreve (Collection Level Description)
Papers and correspondence of Richard Congreve (1818-99), positivist, 1841-1902.

Conybeare Lectures (Collection Level Description)
'Praelectiones academicae', an incomplete series of lectures on classical authors, 1812-21.

Hautenville Cope Papers (Collection Level Description)
Hautenville Cope papers, 1790-1866.

Cornish Deeds (Collection Level Description)
Cornish Deeds, 1588-1773.

Papers of Richard Costar as Executor of James Shrubb (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Richard Costar as executor of James Shrubb, innholder of Oxford, 1831.

Notebooks of Henry Cotton (Collection Level Description)
Notebooks of Henry Cotton (1789-1879), sub-librarian of the Bodleian Library, bibliographer and historian, [c. 1814-63].

Bailiff's accounts and rental of the manor of Cotton (Collection Level Description)
Bailiff's accounts, 1468-9, and rental, 1475, of the manor of Cotton in Hardingstone, Northamptonshire.

Papers of George Valentine Cox (Collection Level Description)
Papers of George Valentine Cox (1786-1875), author, 19th cent.

Drawings by Charlotte Esther Coxe (Collection Level Description)
Drawings by Charlotte Esther Coxe (fl. 1845-95).

Letters to H.O. Coxe (Collection Level Description)
Letters to Henry Octavius Coxe (1811-81), Bodley's Librarian, palaeographer and antiquary, 1852-81.

Papers of George Crabbe (Collection Level Description)
Papers of George Crabbe (1754-1832), poet, 1799-1914.

Letters to Joseph Cradock and to J.B. Nichols (Collection Level Description)
Letters to Joseph Cradock (1742-1826), author, and to John Bowyer Nichols (1779-1863), printer, 1760-1828.

Papers of Sir John Crampton (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence and papers of Sir John Crampton (1805-86), diplomat, 1836-86.

Microfilms of the Papers of Sir John Crampton as Ambassador to the United States (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of the papers of Sir John Crampton (1805-86), diplomat, regarding his service at Washington, mainly 1852-6.

Croke Admiralty Papers (Collection Level Description)
Admiralty papers compiled by Sir Alexander Croke (1758-1842), lawyer and author, 1795-1835.

Letters to John Wilson Croker (Collection Level Description)
Letters to John Wilson Croker (1780-1857), politician and essayist, 1813-56.

Papers of St. George Cromie (Collection Level Description)
Papers of St. George Cromie (fl. 1826-30), a member of Goethe's household, 19th-20th cent.

19th-century Diaries and a Commonplace Book collected by Margaret Crompton (Collection Level Description)
19th-century diaries and a commonplace book collected by Margaret Crompton (fl. 1914-1982).

Cromwell Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts collected by Oliver Cromwell (1599-1658), Lord Protector, 11th-16th cent.

Collections by James Cross (Collection Level Description)
Collections by James Cross (1847-c. 1930), Vicar of Sturminster Marshall and antiquary, late 19th-early 20th cent.

Notes on London Churches by Henry Croswell (Collection Level Description)
Notes on London churches by Henry Croswell, 1872-88.

Crynes Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts collected by Nathaniel Crynes (1686-1745), Fellow of St John's College, Oxford, 11th-18th cent.

Lectures by William Cullen (Collection Level Description)
Lectures by William Cullen (1710-90), physician, 18th cent.

Curson Family Muniments (Collection Level Description)
Curson Family Muniments, 1689-1812.

Curzon Collection (Collection Level Description)
Material collected by George Nathaniel Curzon (1859-1925), 1st Marquess Curzon, 1809-1928.

Papers of Alexander Dalrymple (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Alexander Dalrymple (1737-1808), hydrographer to the Navy, 19th cent.

Map and Survey of Estates of Nathaniel Dalton (Collection Level Description)
Map and survey of estates of Nathaniel Dalton, 1784-1821.

Papers of the Dandridge Family (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Dandridge family of Rousham, Oxfordshire, 18th-19th cent.

Dashwood Family Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Dashwood family, 1626-1904.

John Marriott Davenport of Watlington Deeds (Collection Level Description)
Deeds of John Marriott Davenport (1809-92), lawyer and antiquary, [c. 1820]-1872.

Papers of the Dawkins Family (Collection Level Description)
Deeds and papers of the Dawkins family of Over Norton, Oxfordshire, relating to estates in Oxfordshire and Jamaica, 1545-1923.

De Michele Papers
Papers of Charles Eastland de Michele (1810-98), editor of the Morning Post, c.1834 to c.1844, British consul at St. Petersburg, 1849-54, 1856-66.

G.J. Dew's Collection of Oxfordshire Drawings and Engravings (Collection Level Description)
Oxfordshire drawings and engravings collected by George James Dew (1846-1928), mid 18th-19th cent.

Deeds Collected by G.J. Dew (Collection Level Description)
Deeds collected by George James Dew (1846-1928), 1711-73.

Letters to T.F. Dibdin (Collection Level Description)
Letters to Thomas Frognall Dibdin (1776-1847), Vicar of Exning, antiquary, and bibliographer, 1834-7.

Account of the Earthquake at Alassio by Mrs. E.A. Dicey (Collection Level Description)
Account of 'The Earthquake of Feb. 23 1887 at Alassio' by Mrs. E.A. Dicey including two volumes of sketches of Alassio, 1887.

Digby Manuscripts
Manuscripts collected by Sir Kenelm Digby, including manuscripts relating to Roger Bacon, astrology, astronomy, the Bible, medicine and theology, 9th-17th cent. View Collection Level Description

Transcripts of 'la table générale des édits, déclerations du Roy, lettres d'officiers &c. registreés au Parlement de Dijon' (Collection Level Description)
Transcripts, 18th century, of 'la table générale des édits, déclerations du Roy, lettres d'officiers &c. registreés au Parlement de Dijon', 1456-1661, 1676-1771.

Court Rolls of the Manor of Dinton (Collection Level Description)
Court rolls of the manor of Dinton, Buckinghamshire, 14th-18th cent.

Disraeli Papers (Collection Level Description)
The collection includes family, domestic and personal, political, and literary papers, predominantly 19th cent..

Copies of the Correspondence of Benjamin Disraeli (Collection Level Description)
Four volumes of typed copies, made in 1890, of the correspondence between Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield, and Mrs S. Brydges Willyams, 1851-63.

Microfilms of the Doat Collection (Collection Level Description)
The Doat collection in the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, relates to a survey of the rights of the French crown in southern France, late 17th cent.

Papers of Bertram Dobell (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence, diaries and literary papers of Bertram Dobell (1842-1914), bookseller. The papers include literary papers relating to the poet James Thomson (1834-82).

Papers of the Dobrée, Mann, and Routh Families (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Dobrée, Mann, and Routh families, 1802-1909.

Dodsworth Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Roger Dodsworth (1585-1654), antiquary, including transcripts, extracts and notes relating to Yorkshire and monastic houses, and pedigrees, mainly of Yorkshire families, 12th-17th cent

Correspondence of Henry Dodwell (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Henry Dodwell (1641-1711), scholar and theologian, 1675-1710.

'Merton' and 'Dowden' Manuscripts relating to John Donne (Collection Level Description)
The 'Merton' and 'Dowden' manuscripts of the sermons and poetry of John Donne, early 17th cent.

D'Orville Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Jacques Philippe D'Orville (1696-1751), classical scholar. His chief collections were made with a view to editing Theocritus and the Greek Anthology, 9th-18th cent.

Additional D'Orville Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Additional Manuscripts of Jacques Philippe D'Orville (1696-1751), classical scholar, including notes on classical languages and literature, 18th cent.

Douce Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts, and some printed books, collected by Douce, including books of Hours, sermons, and papers relating to medicine, literature, theology, French romances, and law, 8th-19th cent.

Papers of Francis Douce (Collection Level Description)
Douce's letters, papers, autobiographical memoranda, commonplace books and unpublished essays, 1781-1840.

Douglas Papers
Correspondence, journals and papers of Frederick Sylvester North Douglas (1791-1819), MP for Banbury 1812-19.

Papers of the Drummond-Hay Family (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Drummond-Hay family, 1771-1951.

Diaries of Sir Robert Hay Drummond-Hay (Collection Level Description)
Two diaries of Sir Robert Hay Drummond-Hay (1846-1936), diplomat, 1875 and 1888.

Papers of George Thorn-Drury (Collection Level Description)
Papers of George Thorn-Drury (1860-1931), barrister and literary scholar, 19th-20th cent.

Papers of Sir Edmund Frederick Du Cane (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Edmund Frederick Du Cane (1830-1903), Major General and prison reformer, 19th-20th cent.

Papers of Sir Edmund Frederick Du Cane and Family (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Edmund Frederick Du Cane (1830-1903), Major General and prison reformer, and family papers, 1837-1910.

Correspondence of A.C. Ducarel and John Loveday (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Andrew Coltee Ducarel (1713-85), antiquary, and John Loveday (1711-89), philologist and antiquary, 1761-85.

Dugdale Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Sir William Dugdale (1605-86), antiquary and herald, 15th-17th cent.

Letters and Papers of Dulau & Co. (Collection Level Description)
Letters and papers of Dulau & Co., booksellers and publishers, 1815-23.

Notebooks and an Address by C.F. du P. Dumouriez (Collection Level Description)
Notebooks and an address by Charles François Du Périer Dumouriez (1739-1823), French general, [c. 1810].

Papers of Henry Dundas (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Henry Dundas, 1st Viscount Melville (1742-1811), statesman, 1783-1810.

Dunkin Collections
Extracts made by John Dunkin (1782-1846), topographer, from various sources relating to Oxfordshire.

Correspondence of John Dunkin and his wife, Ann (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of John Dunkin (1782-1846), topographer, and his wife, Ann (d. 1865), 1798-1832.

Papers of Sir Henry Marion Durand and Sir Henry Mortimer Durand (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Henry Marion Durand (1812-71), Lieutenant Governor of the Punjab, and Sir Henry Mortimer Durand (1850-1924), Indian civil servant and diplomat, [c. 1857-76].

Records of the Dursley Reading Society (Collection Level Description)
Records of the Dursley Reading Society, 1818-54.

Papers of F.W. Dyer (Collection Level Description)
Papers of F.W. Dyer (d. 1906), inventor, 1875-1906.

Papers of Byrom Eaton (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Byrom Eaton (fl. 1646-1660), vicar of Uffington and later rector of Nuneham Courtenay.

Edgeworth Papers
Correspondence and literary papers of Maria Edgeworth (1768-1849), with papers of Richard Lovell Edgeworth, Michael Pakenham Edgeworth and other members of the Edgeworth family, mainly 1778-1886.

Albums of the Edgeworth and Fox Families (Collection Level Description)
Albums of the Edgeworth and Fox families, 18th-19th cent.

Diaries of Lady Elizabeth Egerton (Collection Level Description)
Diaries of Lady Elizabeth (Bettine) Charlotte Louisa Egerton (1836-1919), wife of the 3rd Earl of Wilton, 1862-1919.

Papers of Gilbert Elliot (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Gilbert Elliot (1800-91), Dean of Bristol, 1840-60.

Letters to Charles Augustus Ellis (Collection Level Description)
Letters to Charles Augustus Ellis, 6th Baron Howard de Walden (1799-1868), minister and envoy at Lisbon, 1834-67.

Northamptonshire Collections of W. Paterson Ellis (Collection Level Description)
Records of the parish of Helmdon in Northamptonshire, collected by W. Paterson Ellis (fl. 1889-1901), 1653-1890.

Sugar and Coffee Estate Papers of Henry E. Emerson (Collection Level Description)
Sugar and coffee sstate papers of Henry E. Emerson (d. 1867), plantation owner, 1826-99.

Journal of W.P. Emerton (Collection Level Description)
Journal of Wolseley Partridge Emerton (b. 1843), barrister and economist, 1863-1915.

Papers of Sir William Erle (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir William Erle (1793-1880), judge, 17th-20th cent.

Manuscript Estate and Parish Maps (Collection Level Description)
Manuscript estate and parish maps, up to 1850, in the Bodleian Library, 16th cent.-1850.

Ewelme Deeds and Papers (Collection Level Description)
Deeds and papers relating to Ewelme, Oxfordshire, including papers relating to the Ewelme Almshouse Charity, 14th cent.-1975.

Ewelme Hospital Deeds (Collection Level Description)
Forty deeds relating to Ewelme Hospital, 1523-1800.

English Exchequer Accounts (Collection Level Description)
English Exchequer accounts, in quarterly volumes, 1701-3 and 1705-7.

Fairfax Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts relating to medieval British history and literature, collected by Thomas Fairfax, 3rd Baron Fairfax (1612-71), 12th-17th cent.

Papers Connected with the Fairfax Family (Collection Level Description)
Papers connected with the Fairfax family, Barons Fairfax of Cameron, 1602-1832.

Topographical Notes by J.M. Falkner (Collection Level Description)
Topographical notes by John Meade Falkner (1858-1932), author and antiquary, 1898.

Fane Papers
Papers, mainly correspondence, of John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland, 1805-58, mainly relating to his diplomatic posting in Florence.

Fane Deeds (Collection Level Description)
Deeds relating to Doddinghurst Great Easton, the manor of Pudsey, Roxwall, Thaxted, Tylley, Writtle in Essex and Ibstone and Stokenchurch in Oxfordshire (now Buckinghamshire) with warrants for release to the Sheriff of Essex, 1536-1736.

Catalogues of the Library of William Feilding (Collection Level Description)
Catalogues of the library of William Feilding, 5th Earl of Denbigh (1697-1755), 18th cent.

Fell Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Medieval and antiquarian manuscripts collected by John Fell (1625-1686), Bishop of Oxford, 12th-17th cent.

Papers of 'Michael Field' (Collection Level Description)
'Michael Field' was the joint pseudonym of Katharine Harris Bradley (1846-1914) and Edith Emma Cooper (1862-1913). The collection includes correspondence, drafts and proofs of their plays and verse, and miscellaneous personal papers, 1832-1970.

Collations of Rev. Frederick Field (Collection Level Description)
Collations of Rev. Frederick Field (1801-85), Rector of Reepham, Norfolk and classical and biblical Scholar, 1840-60.

Fielding Botanical Water-colours
Botanical water-colours by Mary Maria Fielding with accompanying, descriptive notes possibly by her husband, Henry Borron Fielding, 1830-3 and undated.

Papers of Robert Finch (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Robert Finch (1783-1830), antiquary, 12th-19th cent.

Manuscripts Collected by Sir Charles Harding Firth (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts Collected by Sir Charles Harding Firth (1857-1936), historian, 17th-20th cent.

Papers Collected by Sir Daniel Fleming (Collection Level Description)
Papers collected by Sir Daniel Fleming (1633-1701), antiquary and MP, 1665-89.

Papers of John Fleming (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John Fleming (1673-1744), 6th Earl of Wigtown, 1715-25.

Papers Relating to the Forced Loan of 1627 (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to the Forced Loan of 1627, 17th cent.

Fortescue State Papers (Collection Level Description)
English State Papers collected by George Matthew Fortescue (1791-1877), MP, 1588-1627.

Papers by T.D. Fosbroke (Collection Level Description)
Papers by Thomas Dudley Fosbroke (1770-1842), antiquary, 18th-19th cent.

Gloucestershire Collections of T.D. Fosbroke (Collection Level Description)
Gloucestershire collections of Thomas Dudley Fosbroke (1770-1842), antiquary, 19th cent.

Frank Papers
Antiquarian and estate papers of Richard Frank, relating to Yorkshire, 1638-1879, mainly 1725-62.

Papers and Letters of French Booksellers and Bibliographers (Collection Level Description)
Papers and letters of French booksellers and bibliographers, 17th-19th cent.

Unpublished Works by E.A. Freeman (Collection Level Description)
Unpublished works by Edward Augustus Freeman (1823-92), historian.

Architectural Drawings by E.A. Freeman and Thomas Rickman (Collection Level Description)
Architectural drawings by Edward Augustus Freeman (1823-92), historian, and Thomas Rickman (1776-1841), architect, 18-19th cent.

Papers of the Freke Family (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Freke family of Hannington, Wiltshire, 17th-18th cent.

Transcripts of French Diplomatic Correspondence (Collection Level Description)
Transcripts of French diplomatic correspondence relating to Italy, 17th cent.

Journal by a Frenchwoman (Collection Level Description)
Journal by an unidentified Frenchwoman, 16 September 1870-19 February 1871, written in Paris during the siege.

Furney Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts collected by Rev. Richard Furney (1694-1753), Archdeacon of Surrey and antiquary, 17th-18th cent.

Journals of F.J. Furnivall
Journals of Frederick James Furnivall (1825-1910), scholar, editor and oarsman, 1841-4, 1848, 1851.

Correspondence and Papers of Roger Gale (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence and papers of Roger Gale (1672-1744), antiquary, 1715-44.

Papers of Sir Francis Galton (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Francis Galton (1822-1911), eugenist, 19th cent.

Papers of S.R. Gardiner (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Samuel Rawson Gardiner (1829-1902), historian, 1865-85.

Microfilms of David Garrick Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of manuscripts of David Garrick (1717-79), actor.

Court Rolls of the Manor of Garsington (Collection Level Description)
Court rolls of the manor of Garsington, Oxfordshire, 1520-1612.

Notebooks and Sketch-books of Sir William Gell (Collection Level Description)
Notebooks and sketch-books of Sir William Gell (1777-1836), archaeologist and traveller, 1804-33.

German Devotional Works (Collection Level Description)
Three German devotional works, late 17th-18th cent.

Papers relating to German Merchants (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to German merchants, late 17th cent.-early 18th cent.

Exercise Books of Nicholas Germon (Collection Level Description)
Exercise books of Nicholas Germon (fl. 1834-1838), bible clerk at Oriel College, Oxford.

Gibson Papers
Papers of Edmund Gibson (1669-1748), Bishop of London, with papers of his descendants.

Microfilms of the Papers of Edmund Gibson (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of the papers of Edmund Gibson (1669-1748), Bishop of London and antiquary.

Microfilms of Giger's Translation of François Turrettin, 'Institutio Theologiae Elencticae' (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of G.M. Giger's English translation of François Turrettin, Institutio Theologiae Elencticae, 19th cent.

Gilbert Notes relating to Oxford (Collection Level Description)
Collections of miscellaneous notes and newspaper cuttings, chiefly historical and topographical, relating to Oxford and its neighbourhood, made by John Gilbert in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Giles Journals
Journals of John Allen Giles, c.1815-84.

Gilpin Notebooks
Four illustrated notebooks of William Gilpin, 'Remarks on Forests', 1781.

Gilpin Papers (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence and papers of William Gilpin (1724-1804), clergyman, educationist, biographer and topographer, with later Gilpin family papers, 1658-1927.

Additional Gilpin Papers (Collection Level Description)
Additional Gilpin manuscripts and letters from his son William Gilpin (1757-1848).

Rolls concerning the Descendants of Robert de Brus and Gisburn Priory (Collection Level Description)
Rolls concerning the descendants of Robert de Brus [Bruce] (d. 1141), [c. 1470], 16th cent.

Godwyn Numismatic Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Numismatic manuscripts of Charles Godwyn (b. 1701), 17th-18th cent.

Gordon Papers
Personal papers of Osborne Gordon, his brother, William Pierson Gordon, and his brother's family, 1838-1921.

Gough Collections (Collection Level Description)
Collections of Richard Gough (1735-1809), antiquary, including topographical collections, maps and engravings, 12th-19th cent.

Notebooks of Henry Gough (Collection Level Description)
Notebooks of Henry Gough (1821-1905), antiquary and bibliographer, 1882.

Gower Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Foote Gower (1726-80), Anglican clergyman, physician and antiquary, 17th-18th cent.

Adversaria Grabii (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Johann Ernst Grabe (1666-1711), theologian, relating to Greek manuscripts, 16th-18th cent.

Microfilms of the Papers of Sir James Robert George Graham (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of the Papers of Sir James Robert George Graham (1792-1861), 2nd Baronet and statesman, 20th cent.

Papers Collected by Sir Albert Gray (Collection Level Description)
Papers Collected by Sir Albert Gray (1850-1928), 1825-1925.

Title Deeds of Property in Great Milton (Collection Level Description)
Title deeds of property in Great Milton in Oxfordshire, 1684-1854.

Choral Compositions by Frederick R. Greenish (Collection Level Description)
Choral compositions by Frederick R. Greenish (1855-1923), composer, late 19th cent.

Collections of Mary Anne Everett Green (Collection Level Description)
Collections of Mary Anne Everett Green (1818-95), historian, 19th cent.

Literary Papers of Francis Gregor (Collection Level Description)
Literary papers of Francis Gregor (d. 1762), lawyer and antiquary, 1729-37.

Papers of Sir William Henry Gregory
Correspondence of Sir William Henry Gregory (1816-1892) politician; with other miscellaneous Gregory family papers, 1811-1918.

Collections Compiled by J.M. Gresley (Collection Level Description)
Collections for the history of the Gresley family, compiled by John Morewood Gresley (1816-66), 19th cent.

Enfield Collections of Richard Gough (Collection Level Description)
Collections for a history of Enfield, Middlesex, made by Richard Gough (1735-1809), antiquary, 1771-1814.

Correspondence of Richard Gough (Collection Level Description)
Six volumes of correspondence of Richard Gough (1735-1809), antiquary, 1756-1806.

Correspondence of Richard Gough (ii) (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Richard Gough (1735-1809), antiquary, 1757-99.

Correspondence of Richard Gough, John Nichols, and J.B. Nichols (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Richard Gough (1735-1809), John Nichols (1745-1826), John Bowyer Nichols (1745-1826), antiquaries, concerning the second edition of The history and antiquities of the county of Dorset, 1770-1817.

Grey Papers
Correspondence and papers of Sir Charles Edward Grey (1785-1865), Indian judge and colonial governor, with correspondence and papers of other members of the Grey family, 17th-20th cent.

Papers of Lord Robert Grosvenor, 1st Baron Ebury (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Robert Grosvenor, 1st Baron Ebury (1801-93), politician, 1820-91.

Correspondence and Papers of Lord Robert Grosvenor, 1st Baron Ebury (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence and papers of Lord Robert Grosvenor, 1st Baron Ebury (1801-93), politician, 1827-47.

Grote Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of George Grote (1794-1871), MP and historian, 1815-70.

Notes on Hugo Grotius (Collection Level Description)
Notes on Hugo Grotius, (1583-1645), Dutch jurist and scholar, early 19th cent.

Papers of R.W.T. Gunther (Collection Level Description)
papers of Robert William Theodore Gunther (1869-1940), zoologist and antiquary, 1863-1921.

Gwilt Papers
Diaries of Joseph Gwilt, architect and archaeologist, 1844-60, and miscellaneous genealogical and heraldic collections of his son, Charles Perkins Gwilt, antiquarian writer, 1828-35.

Papers of Jacob Hagen & Sons, Merchants (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Jacob Hagen & Sons, merchants of London, 1716-1843.

Descriptions by Henry and Thomas Henry Hall (Collection Level Description)
Descriptions, perhaps by Henry and Thomas Henry Hall, of paintings in Belgium, 19th cent.

Hallam's Dialect Collections (Collection Level Description)
Collections relating to the dialects of England, to a large extent written (partly in shorthand) by Thomas Hallam (d. 1895), 1850-95.

Notebooks of Sir William Hamilton (Collection Level Description)
Notebooks of Sir William Hamilton (1730-1803), diplomat and archaeologist, 1747-93.

Deeds relating to Hampton Gay (Collection Level Description)
Deeds relating to Hampton Gay, Oxfordshire, 1542-1902.

Papers of Ernest Murray Pollock, 1st Viscount Hanworth
Papers of Ernest Murray Pollock, 1st Viscount Hanworth (1861-1935), judge, 1802-1938.

Harcourt Papers
Papers of Sir William George Granville Venables Vernon Harcourt (1827-1904), Home Secretary 1880-1885, and Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1886 and 1892-1895, and Lewis Harcourt, 1st Viscourt Harcount (1863-1922), Commissioner of Works, 1905-1910 and 1915-1916, and Secretary of State for the Colonies, 1910-1915.

Harcourt Family Papers
Correspondence and papers, mainly 18th-19th cent., of the Harcourt family of Stanton Harcourt and Nuneham Courtenay, Oxfordshire, 1638-1910.

Additional papers of the Harcourt Family
Correspondence and papers of the Harcourt family of Stanton Harcourt and Nuneham Courtenay, Oxfordshire, 1663-1913.

Additional Harcourt Papers
Additional papers of Sir William George Granville Venables Vernon Harcourt (1827-1904), Home Secretary 1880-1885, and Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1886 and 1892-1895, and Harcourt family papers.

Harcourt Estate Papers
Papers relating to the estates of the Harcourt family of Stanton Harcourt and Nuneham Courtenay, Oxfordshire, 12th cent.-1967, with other family papers.

Harness Papers
Papers of three members of the Harness family, 1793-1852: John Harness (1755?-1818), naval surgeon; his brother William Harness (1762?-1804), British Army officer; and John's son William Harness (1790-1869), literary scholar.

Photocopies of Thomas Harriot Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Photocopies of manuscripts and other material by and relating to Thomas Harriot (1560-1621), mathematician and astronomer.

Letters to Benjamin Harrison (Collection Level Description)
Letters to Benjamin Harrison (1808-87), Archdeacon of Maidstone and biblical scholar, 1854-81.

Papers of Horace Hart (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Horace Hart (fl. 1856-1915), Printer to the University of Oxford.

Letters of Sir Robert Hart, 1st Baronet (Collection Level Description)
Letters of Sir Robert Hart (1835-1911), 1st Baronet and Inspector General of Customs in China, 1866-1907.

Papers of Murray Edward Gordon Finch-Hatton (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Murray Edward Gordon Finch-Hatton, 12th Earl of Winchelsea (1851-98), 1870-4.

Papers of Sir Graves Champney Haughton (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Graves Champney Haughton (1788-1849), orientalist, 1812-49.

Papers of Robert Stephen Hawker (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Robert Stephen Hawker (1803-75), Vicar of Morwenstow, poet, and antiquary, 1807-1965.

Microfilm of the Letters of Robert Stephen Hawker to Mrs. Watson (Collection Level Description)
Microfilm (20th cent.) of the letters of Robert Stephen Hawker (1803-75), Vicar of Morwenstow, poet, and antiquary, to Mrs. Watson, 1856-62.

Correspondence of William Hayley (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of William Hayley (1745-1820), poet, 1774-1815.

Court Rolls of the Manor of Headington (Collection Level Description)
Court rolls of the manor of Headington, 14th-18th cent.

Heber Family Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Heber family, c.1760-1834.

Heber Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts collected by Richard Heber (1773-1833), MP, book collector and classical scholar, 13th-19th cent.

Heber (Yriarte) Spanish Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Spanish manuscripts collected by Richard Heber (1773-1833), MP, book collector and classical scholar, 17th-18th cent.

Typescript Copy of John Hely-Hutchinson's 'An essay towards a history of Trinity College, Dublin' to 1730 (Collection Level Description)
Vols. 1-2 (of 7) of a typescript copy of 'An essay towards a history of Trinity College, Dublin' by John Hely-Hutchinson (1724-94), lawyer, statesman and antiquary, 18th cent.

Transcripts by W.G. Henderson (Collection Level Description)
Transcripts by William George Henderson (1819-1905), historian and dean of Carlisle, 19th cent.

Henley Family Deeds (Collection Level Description)
Henley family deeds, relating to property in Westminster and Oxfordshire, [c. 1817-37].

Papers of Philip and Matthew Henry (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Philip Henry (1631-96), nonconformist minister and diarist, and Matthew Henry (1662-1714), commentator, 17th-18th cent.

Heraldic Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Heraldic manuscripts of Francis Pierrepont Barnard (1854-1931), archaeologist, historian and numismatist, 16th-19th cent.

Herrick Exchequer Papers
Exchequer papers of Sir William Herrick (1562-1653), one of the four Tellers of the Exchequer of Receipt, 1616-23; with one book of certificates, 1608-16, of his predecessor Sir William Bowyer.

Papers of the Herrick Family of Leicestershire (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Herrick family of Leicestershire, 16th-19th cent.

Diaries and Notes of R.S. Herries (Collection Level Description)
Papers of R.S. Herries (1860-1941), barrister, 1880-98.

Papers of Miss Emma D. Herschel and Sir William James Herschel (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Miss Emma Dorothea Herschel (fl. 1886-1900) and Sir William James Herschel (1833-1917), 2nd Baronet and Bengal Civil Servant, 1882-1905.

Collections by Miss E.D. Herschel (Collection Level Description)
Collection of papers and drawings relating to Littlemore, 19th-20th cent.

Two Copies of Peter Heylyn's Journal (Collection Level Description)
Two copies of the journal of Peter Heylyn (1600-62), ecclesiastical writer, 17th cent.

Papers of Richard and John Higgs (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Richard Higgs (fl. 1677-84), schoolmaster, and John Higgs (fl. 1694-1745), Vicar of Highley, 1677-1770.

Topographical Collections of Henry Hinton and James Hunt (Collection Level Description)
Topographical Collections of Henry Hinton (1749-1816), and James Hunt (1795-1857), Oxfordshire antiquaries, early 19th cent.

Topographical Collections for Oxfordshire and Berkshire, Compiled by Henry Hinton and James Hunt (Collection Level Description)
Topographical collections for Oxfordshire and Berkshire, compiled by Henry Hinton (1749-1816), and James Hunt (1795-1857), Oxfordshire antiquaries, 1791-1840.

Hippisley Papers
Correspondence, diary and memoirs, miscellaneous papers and photographs of Alfred E. Hippisley (1848-1939), British Customs Official in China. Predominantly in English, some Chinese material also present.

Hoadly Verse and Plays
Four volumes containing copies (some holograph) of verse and plays by John Hoadly, mid-18th cent.

Papers Relating to the Estates of Langford Lovell Hodge (Collection Level Description)
Papers Relating to the Estates of Langford Lovell Hodge (1807-62), West Indian planter, 1753-1887.

Holograph Manuscript of Thomas Hodgkin (Collection Level Description)
Holograph Manuscript of Thomas Hodgkin (1831-1913), historian, 19th cent.

Papers of B.H. Hodgson and His Wife (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Brian Houghton Hodgson (1800-94), Indian civil servant and orientalist, and his wife, 1819-1917.

Hody's Collectanea (Collection Level Description)
Collectanea of Dr. Humphrey Hody (1660-1707), Archdeacon of Oxford and classical scholar, 1677-1700.

Papers of Sir Thomas Erskine Holland (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Thomas Erskine Holland (1835-1926), jurist, 1874-1919.

Notebooks of the Holloway Family (Collection Level Description)
Notebooks of the Holloway family of Bampton, Oxfordshire, 19th cent.

Holmes Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Dr Robert Holmes (1748-1804). His manuscripts include collations of Greek manuscripts of the Septuagint Version of the Old Testament and letters connected with the collations, 1789-1805. The manuscripts are all 18th-19th cent., except for a 12th cent. fragment of a Latin manuscript containing Wisdom iii. 13-iv. 17.

Papers of Gerard Manley Hopkins (Collection Level Description)
Papers including drafts and copies of poems, and some personal papers, 1854-1920.

Horsley Family Papers
Papers of the Horsley family, 19th to 20th cent., including papers of the musician William Horsley (1774-1858), and papers of the artists John Callcott Horsley (1817-1903), and Rosamund Horsley (1864-1949), son and daughter of William Horsley.

Letters from Mendelssohn to Members of the Horsley Family (Collection Level Description)
Twenty letters from Mendelssohn (1809-47), composer, to members of the Horsley family, 1828-47.

Proceedings in the House of Commons (Collection Level Description)
Proceedings in the House of Commons, 1628-9, written in several hands, late 17th cent.

Papers of John Howard (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John Howard (? 1726-1790), philanthropist and prison reformer, 1718-1800.

Howden Papers
Official papers of J.F. Cradock, 1st Baron Howden (1762-1839), army commander and Governor of the Cape of Good Hope, mainly 1806-14; and of J.H. Caradoc, 2nd Baron Howden (1799-1873) as minister plenipotentiary in Madrid, 1850-8.

Papers of William Howley (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Howley (1766-1848), Archbishop of Canterbury, 1835-44.

Hudson and Cotton Papers
Travel journals and related papers of Robert Hudson, 1818-41, and autobiography of William Cotton, 1860.

Manuscript of Alexander Huish's 'Lectures upon the Lord's Prayer' (Collection Level Description)
Holograph manuscript of 'Lectures upon the Lord's Prayer' by Alexander Huish (1594?-1668), biblical scholar, 1622-5.

Manuscript of Thornton Leigh Hunt (Collection Level Description)
Thornton Leigh Hunt (1810-73), journalist, 19th cent.

Journal of Henry Huntingford (Collection Level Description)
Journal of Henry Huntingford (1787-1867), Prebendary of Hereford and classical scholar, 1817.

Hurst Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Herbert Hurst (1834-?1914), Oxford antiquary, 1885-1912.

Papers of Herbert Hurst (ii) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Herbert Hurst (1834-?1914), Oxford antiquary, late 19th cent.

Hurst Sketches of Old Oxford (Collection Level Description)
Two volumes of sketches to illustrate old Oxford, c.1900

Papers of the Hussey Family (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Hussey Family of Honington and Doddington, 16th-18th cent.

Hussey Bequest (Collection Level Description)
Bequest of Richard Charles Hussey (1806-87), architect, 17th-19th cent.

Ingram Papers
Papers of James Ingram (1774-1850), Anglo-Saxon scholar and president of Trinity College, Oxford, 1716-1856.

Institute of Agricultural Economics
Farm accounts, tithe and enclosure awards, correspondence and diary entries, mostly unrelated, 1788-1929.

Court Rolls of the Manors of Ipsden Basset and Ipsden Huntercombe (Collection Level Description)
Court rolls of the manors of Ipsden Basset and Ipsden Huntercombe, 1559-1744.

Sketches of James T. Irvine (Collection Level Description)
Sketches of James Thomas Irvine (1825-1900), architect, 1877-1900.

Vestry and Rate Books of Isleworth, Middlesex (Collection Level Description)
Index to and extracts from vestry and rate books of Isleworth, Middlesex [1654-1788], 18th cent.

Jackson Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Thomas Watson Jackson (1839-1914), Vice President of Worcester College, Oxford, Curator of the Bodleian Library, and antiquary, 19th-20th cent.

James Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Richard James (1592-1638), scholar. The collection consists of notes and extracts by James, mainly historical, 15th-17th cent.

Microfilms of the Collections of Thomas James at Lambeth Palace Library (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of the collections of Thomas James (c. 1650-1711), London bookseller and mathematical printer to the King, 20th cent.

Letters to William Jerdan (Collection Level Description)
Letters to William Jerdan (1782-1869), journalist, 1821-56.

Collection Compiled by J.R. Jerram (Collection Level Description)
Collection relating to church bells, compiled by James Richard Jerram (fl. 1873-1906), campanologist and antiquary, late 19th-early 20th cent.

Earls of Jersey Estate Maps (Collection Level Description)
Estate maps of the Earls of Jersey, 1765-1879.

Johnson Papers
Correspondence and papers of Jane Johnson of Olney, Buckinghamshire (1706-59) and of her family, 17th-19th cent.

Collections of Nathaniel Johnston and Richard Frank (Collection Level Description)
Collections of Nathaniel Johnston (1627-1705), physician and antiquary, and Richard Frank (1698-1762), antiquary. Johnston's collections are divided into sections relating to Yorkshire, genealogy and English history; Frank's into Yorkshire, and legal and miscellaneous.

Theological and Historical Collections in Defence of Roman Catholicism, written by Thomas Jollet (Collection Level Description)
Two volumes of theological and historical collections in defence of Roman Catholicism, written by Thomas Jollet (pseudonym), [c. 1605-8].

Jones Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts collected by the Rev. Henry Jones (d. 1717), Rector of Sunningwell, Berkshire, 12th-17th cent.

J.P. Jones Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Collections relating to Devonshire compiled by John Pike Jones (1790-1857), antiquary, 1810-52.

Junius Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Francis Junius (1589-1677), philologist and antiquary, including Anglo-Saxon manuscripts and philological collections. The manuscripts include Latin, Middle English, Old English, English, Old High German, Gothic, Icelandic, French, Old Dutch, Frisian, Old German, Middle High German, Old Low German, and Old Frisian.

Lectures by D.G. van der Keessel (Collection Level Description)
Lectures by Dionysius Godefridus Keessel (fl. 1797), professor of law at Leiden.

Transcripts by T.F. Kelsall of Works by Thomas Lovell Beddoes (Collection Level Description)
Transcripts by Thomas Forbes Kelsall (fl. 1824-67) of works by Thomas Lovell Beddoes, mid 19th cent.

Kidlington Deeds (Collection Level Description)
Deeds of a cottage in Mill Street, Kidlington, Oxfordshire, 1682-1794.

Kimberley Papers
Papers of John Wodehouse, 1st Earl of Kimberley (1826-1902), statesman.

Plans of University buildings at Oxford by James King (Collection Level Description)
Plans of University buildings at Oxford made by James King, 1848.

Deeds mainly relating to Kingston Blount and Aston Rowant (Collection Level Description)
Deeds mainly concerning land in Kingston Blount and Aston Rowant, Oxfordshire, 1610-80.

King's Works Accounts (Collection Level Description)
Guard-books containing leaves of accounts, with some photostats, relating to the King's Works in the time of Henry VIII.

Works of J.S. Knowles (Collection Level Description)
Works of James Sheridan Knowles (1784-1862), dramatist, 19th cent.

Photocopies of Lists of Lambeth Palace Marriage Licences (Collection Level Description)
Photocopies of lists of marriage licences issued 1684-1955.

Langbaine Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Gerard Langbaine (1609-58), Provost of Queen's College Oxford, royalist pamphleteer, and archivist, 17th cent.

Langford Papers (Collection Level Description)
Collections, made in the 19th cent. by W. Langford of Eynsham on the history of Witney.

Laudian Collection (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts collected by William Laud (1573-1645), Archbishop of Canterbury. Mostly medieval, with some early modern manuscripts.

Law Family Papers (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence and papers relating to the Law family estate at Killaloe, Co. Clare, Ireland.

Lawrence Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Dr. French Lawrence (d. 1809), barrister, 1742-1806.

Map and Terrier of the Manors of Laxton and Kneesall (Collection Level Description)
Map and terrier of the manors of Laxton and Kneesall in Nottinghamshire, owned by Sir William Courtenay, 1635, 1727-32.

Legge Papers
Correspondence, book reviews and a journal, 1859-97.

Papers of James Legge (i) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of James Legge (1815-97), missionary and sinologist, 1873-1951.

Papers of James Legge (ii) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of James Legge (1815-97), missionary and sinologist, 1846-94.

Autobiographical Notes of James Legge (Collection Level Description)
Autobiographical Notes of James Legge (1815-97), missionary and sinologist, 20th cent.

Verse by Egerton Leigh (Collection Level Description)
Verse by Egerton Leigh (1815-76), poet and writer on dialect, 1867-9.

Papers Relating to the Leigh Family (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to the Leigh family of Adlestrop, Gloucestershire, 1654-20th cent.

Papers of T.R. Leighton (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Thomas Richard Leighton (d. 1842), captain in the 44th Regiment of Foot, in India, 1829-42.

Leland Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of John Leland (c. 1506-52), topographer, [c. 1540-5].

Suffolk Collections of Thomas Leman (Collection Level Description)
Suffolk collections of Thomas Leman (1751-1826), antiquary, 1787-1811.

Photostats of Venice, Bibl. Marciana gr. VII. 16 fols. 1-310, Leontios Machairas Chronicon (Collection Level Description)
Photostats of Venice, Bibl. Marciana gr. VII. 16 fols. 1-310, Leontios Machairas, Chronicon, 16th cent.

Log-books of HMS Leopard (Collection Level Description)
Log-books of HMS Leopard, 1724-8.

19th-century Drawings and Water-colours Compiled by Archibald Leslie-Melville (Collection Level Description)
Collection of 19th-century drawings and water-colours, mainly topographical, compiled by Archibald Leslie-Melville (1890-1947), 13th Earl of Leven.

Lewis Family Papers
Papers of the Lewis family, 19th-20th cent., mainly letters to Elizabeth, Lady Lewis (1844-1931).

Papers of the Lewis Family (ii) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Lewis Family, 1876-1919.

Collections of Rev. John Lewis (Collection Level Description)
Collections of Rev. John Lewis (fl. 1701-1761).

Libri Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Miscellaneous manuscripts collected by Guillaume (Guglielmo) Libri (count Libri-Carucci) (1803-69), 10th-18th cent.

Microfilms of Lichfield Bishops' Registers (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of Lichfield Bishops' Registers, 1297-1820.

Sketches by Dean Liddell (Collection Level Description)
Sketches by Henry George Liddell (1811-98), Dean of Christ Church Oxford, 19th cent.

Court Rolls and Customs of Lincolnshire Manors (Collection Level Description)
Court rolls and customs of Lincolnshire manors, 14th-17th cent.

Lindsay Journal
Travel journal of two journeys made by Charlotte Lindsay, with two transcriptions of the same, 1815-18.

Journal by Miss M. Lindsay (Collection Level Description)
Journal, possibly by Miss M. Lindsay, 1802-3.

Lister Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Dr. Martin Lister (1638-1712), zoologist, 17th-18th cent.

Papers Owned by W.A. Littledale (Collection Level Description)
Collections of papers owned by Willoughby Aston Littledale (1858-1931), antiquary, 1570-1923.

Liturgical Manuscripts written in Spain and France (Collection Level Description)
Liturgical manuscripts written in Spain and France, 15th-18th cent.

Papers of William Lloyd (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Lloyd (1627-1717), Bishop of Worcester, 17th cent.

Locke Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John Locke (1632-1704), philosopher, 17th-18th cent.

Account Rolls of Collectors of Customs in the Port of London (Collection Level Description)
Account Rolls of Collectors of Customs in the Port of London, 1567-92.

Lonsdale Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Volumes of 'Greek Essays' compiled by Mary Lonsdale, 1838-53.

Loveday Family Papers (Collection Level Description)
Deeds and other papers concerning the property of the Loveday family (of Williamscote, Oxfordshire), including property in Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Bedfordshire, Warwickshire, Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, London, Rutland, Derbyshire, Surrey, and Northamptonshire.

Papers of John Loveday the Elder and of Thomas Loveday (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John Loveday the elder (1711-89), philologist and antiquarian, and of Thomas Loveday (fl. 1810-16), late 18th-cent., 1810-16.

Papers of the Noel, Byron and Lovelace Families (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence and papers of Anne Isabella, Lady Noel Byron (1792-1860), with some letters from Lord Byron, and correspondence of their daughter Ada Augusta (1815-52) and her husband, William King, 1st Earl of Lovelace (1805-93), and papers of Ralph Milbanke, 2nd Earl of Lovelace (1839-1906).

Papers of Robert Lowth (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Robert Lowth (1710-87), Bishop of London, 1702-94.

Lydyat Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Thomas Lydyat (d. 1646), chronographer, 17th cent.

Collations by Paul Maas of Texts of Hymns by St. Romanus (Collection Level Description)
Collations of texts of hymns by St. Romanus by Paul Maas (1880-1964), scholar, [c. 1898-1920].

Papers of George Macartney, 1st Earl Macartney (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Lord Macartney as governor and president of Fort St. George, consisting predominantly of correspondence, but also including financial papers and copies of various papers, 1762-90.

Additional Macartney Papers
Additional papers of George Macartney, 1st Earl Macartney (1737-1806) mainly relating to his governorship of Fort St. George, Madras (India), 1781-6, and his embassy to China, 1792-4.

Papers of the Madan Family (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Madan Family, 1717-1837.

Legal Papers of the Madan and Gresley Families (Collection Level Description)
Legal papers of the Madan and Gresley families of Leicestershire, 18th-19th cent.

Journal of Sir Frederic Madden (Collection Level Description)
Journal of Sir Frederic Madden (1801-73), antiquary and palaeographer, 1819-72.

Hampshire Collections of Sir Frederic Madden (Collection Level Description)
Hampshire collections of Sir Frederic Madden (1801-73), antiquary and palaeographer, 1830-3.

Papers Relating to Madras (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to the Madras Presidency, 1788-99.

Collections by Sir John Malcolm (Collection Level Description)
Collections by Sir John Malcolm (1769-1833), Indian administrator and diplomat, early 19th cent..

Mallam Family Deeds (Collection Level Description)
Deeds relating to the Mallam's properties at Milton, Sutton Courtney and Drayton, Berkshire.

Papers of T. Mallam (Collection Level Description)
Papers of T. Mallam (fl. 1820-83), estate agent, 1820-83.

Facsimiles of a Manuscript Diary kept by John Lewis Mallet (Collection Level Description)
Facsimiles of two volumes of a manuscript diary kept by John Lewis Mallet (1775-1861), Secretary of the Audit Office, 1821-5.

Malone Papers (Collection Level Description)
Letters and papers, including the greater part of Malone's edition of the Plays and Poems of William Shakspeare, 18th-19th cent.

Malone Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts and a few printed books collected by Malone, relating to poetry and drama, 17th-19th cent.

Additional Malone Papers (Collection Level Description)
Additional Papers of Edmund Malone, including private papers and literary pieces, 1690-1817.

Correspondence of the Mann Family (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of the Mann Family of Guernsey, 1789-1909.

Papers of Cardinal Henry Edward Manning (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Cardinal Henry Edward Manning (1808-92), Cardinal and Archbishop of Westminster, and members of his family, 1751-1901.

Genealogical Collections of Sir Clements R. Markham (Collection Level Description)
Genealogical collections of Sir Clements Robert Markham (1830-1916), geographer and historian, 1854-1915.

Transcription of Domesday Survey of Bedfordshire by Rev. Thomas Orlebar Marsh (Collection Level Description)
Transcription of Domesday Survey of Bedfordshire by Rev. Thomas Orlebar Marsh (1749-1831), vicar, antiquary and naturalist, 1830.

Marshall Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts collected by Thomas Marshall (1621-85), Dean of Gloucester, 9th-17th cent.

Papers of Edward Marshall and his son E.H. Marshall (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Edward Marshall (1815-99), fellow of Corpus Christi, Oxford, and his son E.H. Marshall (fl. 1877-1906), 1835-1929.

Court Rolls of the Manor of Marsh Baldon, Oxfordshire (Collection Level Description)
Court rolls of the manor of Marsh Baldon, Oxfordshire, 1506-56.

Papers relating to the Enclosure of Land in Marsh Gibbon (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to the enclosure of land in Marsh Gibbon, Buckinghamshire, 1841-5.

Papers of Miss F.J. Martineau (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Miss F.J. Martineau, 1833-73.

Letters of and concerning Maurice Martineau (Collection Level Description)
Letters of and concerning Maurice Martineau, 1881-94.

Papers of Frederick Martin (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Frederick Martin (1830-83), writer, 1865-82.

Manuscripts of William Maskell (Collection Level Description)
Two manuscripts of William Maskell (? 1814-90), ecclesiastical historian, early 19th cent.

Massey Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts collected by Richard Middleton Massey (1678-1743), physician, 15th-17th cent.

Calligraphic Exercises by William Massey (Collection Level Description)
Calligraphic exercises by William Massey (1691-?1764), writer, 18th cent.

Letters to John May (Collection Level Description)
Letters to John May (1775-1856), first Superintendent of the Metropolitan Police, 1810-55.

Two Volumes of Medical Prescriptions (Collection Level Description)
Medical prescriptions relating to mid-Cheshire, May 1753-February 1756.

Journal of a Tour in the Mediterranean Area (Collection Level Description)
Journal of a tour in the Mediterranean area, possibly by Frederick North, 5th Earl of Guilford (1766-1827), or by George Graves of London, 1791-2.

Meerman Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts collected by Jan Meerman (1753-1815), 11th-17th cent.

The Mendelssohn Papers (Collection Level Description)

Papers of Jacob Ludwig Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1809-47), mid-18th-19th cent.

Microfilms of Mendelssohn Letters (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of letters written [1821-47] by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy and his sister Fanny to their parents, and to each other.

Mendham Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Joseph Mendham (1769-1856), Anglican clergyman, controversialist, and historian, 15th-17th cent.

Merivale Family Papers
Correspondence of the Merivale family, 1869-1943, mainly of Walter Merivale, railway engineer in India, Costa Rica and Barbados.

Papers of James Merrick (Collection Level Description)
Papers of James Merrick (1720-69), poet and scholar, 18th cent.

Two Fragments of a Middlesex Plea Roll (Collection Level Description)
Two fragments of a Middlesex plea roll, 16th cent.

Newscuttings relating to Richard Middleton (Collection Level Description)
Newscuttings relating to Richard Middleton (1846-1905), Conservative Party Chief Agent from 1885 to 1903, 1895-1905.

Correspondence of Richard Middleton (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Richard Middleton (1846-1905), Conservative Party Chief Agent from 1885 to 1903, 1857-1910.

Papers of R.M. Milburn (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Robert Marriott Milburn (1849-1916), 19th-20th cent.

French Military Manual (Collection Level Description)
Military manual entitled 'Cours complet des sciences à l'usage de l'officier', c. 1800.

Collections of Dr. William Hodge Mill (Collection Level Description)
Collections of Dr. William Hodge Mill (1792-1853), Regius Professor of Hebrew, Cambridge University, 1816-40.

Papers of William Hodge Mill (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Hodge Mill (1792-1853), Regius Professor of Hebrew, Cambridge University, 1753-1845.

Milles Devonshire Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Devonshire manuscripts of Jeremiah Milles (1714-84), antiquary and Dean of Exeter, 17th-18th cent.

'The Miscellany', Magazine (Collection Level Description)
'The Miscellany', magazine, 1867-73.

Collection of Photographs by John Mitchinson (Collection Level Description)
Collection of photographs by John Mitchinson (1833-1918), Canon of Gloucester and Master of Pembroke College, Oxford, late 19th-early 20th cent.

Monk Bretton Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of three generations of the Dodson family, Barons Monk Bretton, 1568-1930.

Monson Papers
Papers of Sir Edmund Monson, 1st Baronet (1834-1909), mainly related to his diplomatic service in Denmark, Greece, Austria-Hungary and France, 1884-1904, with papers relating to other diplomatic postings, and family correspondence, 1841-1908.

Montagu Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts collected by Montagu Montagu (1787-1863), naval captain, author and autograph collector, 15th-19th cent.

Ledgers of Thomas Moore (Collection Level Description)
Ledgers of Thomas Moore, paymaster general of Her Majesty's forces abroad, 1713-14.

Collections by E.R. Moran (Collection Level Description)
Collections by Edward Raleigh Moran (fl. 1827-36), writer, [c. 1831]-1884.

Jersey Papers of Rev. Philip Morant (Collection Level Description)
Jersey papers of Rev. Philip Morant (1700-70), historian of Essex and Rector of St Mary's Colchester, 1718-66.

Collections by A.W. Morant (Collection Level Description)
Heraldic collections made by Alfred William Morant (1828-81), engineer, surveyor and antiquary, 19th cent.

Rowe Mores Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts collected by Edward Rowe Mores (1731-78), antiquary, 18th cent.

Inventory of the Goods of Sir William Morley (Collection Level Description)
Inventory of the goods of Sir William Morley of Halnaker, Sussex, 1701.

Frederick Joseph Morrell Collection (Collection Level Description)
Morrell's collection of the records of Oxford companies and trade guilds of the mercers, grocers, cordwainers, tailors, butchers, and poulterers, 1260-1852.

Papers of James and Baker Morrell (Collection Level Description)
Papers of James (1739-1807) and Baker Morrell (1779-1854), solicitors, as clerks for the enclosure of land in Berkshire parishes, 1792-1816.

William Morris Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts written and illuminated by William Morris, 1870-6.

Lectures of William Morris (Collection Level Description)
Two lectures of William Morris, 1884 and 1894.

Music owned by the Family of William Morris, Viscount Nuffield (Collection Level Description)
Music owned by the family of William Richard Morris (1877-1963), Viscount Nuffield, industrialist and philanthropist, 19th cent.

Papers of the Morton, Dorville, and Gorham Families (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Morton, Dorville and Gorham families, 18th-20th cent.

Robert Bridges Collection Made by Lionel Muirhead (Collection Level Description)
Collections made by Lionel Muirhead (1845-1925) of papers of Robert Bridges (1844-1930), Poet Laureate, 1871-1907.

Max Müller Papers
Correspondence and papers of Friedrich Max Müller (1823-1900), Privy Councillor, Taylorian Professor of Modern European Languages and Professor of Comparative Philology at Oxford, and of his wife Georgina Adelaide, 1794-1919.

Papers Relating to Musical Theory (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to musical theory, [c. 1777-1808].

Architectural Sketches of Walter Myers (Collection Level Description)
Architectural sketches in pencil by Walter Myers, 1879-87.

Papers concerning the Nagel and Günther Families (Collection Level Description)
Notes and transcripts concerning the Nagel family, with some original papers and letters of the 17th and 18th cent., and papers concerning the Günther and Kreidenmann families, 17th-early 20th cent.

General Armory Compiled by Charles Nairne (Collection Level Description)
General armory of British and Irish families compiled by Charles Nairne (d. 1867)

Nalson State Papers
State Papers relating to the Civil War and Interregnum, 1640-60, formed by John Nalson (1638?-86), Rector of Doddington and Canon of Ely.

Napier Autograph Manuscript (Collection Level Description)
H.A. Napier's autograph manuscript of Historical notices of the parishes of Swyncombe and Ewelme in the county of Oxford, c. 1885.

Napier Family Papers (Collection Level Description)
The Napier family includes Sir William Francis Patrick Napier (1785-1860), general and historian; his wife Caroline Amelia (d 1860); his parents, Colonel George Napier (1751-1804) and Lady Sarah Napier (d 1826); and his brother, Sir Charles James Napier (1782-1853), general and colonial governor. Also represented in this collection are Caroline Napier's father and brother, Henry Edward Fox (1755-1811), general and colonial governor, and Henry Stephen Fox (1791-1846), diplomat.

Nares Lectures (Collection Level Description)
Lectures on political economy, and one on British constitutional history, by Edward Nares, Regius Professor of Modern History, Oxford University, 1817-25.

Papers of the National Club
Papers of the National Club, 1845-1960.

Collections Relating to Natural History Societies (Collection Level Description)
Collections Relating to Natural History Societies by F.A. Bellamy, 1887-1913.

Drawings by John Preston Neale (Collection Level Description)
Pencil drawings by John Preston Neale (1780-1847), architectural draughtsman, of Oxfordshire views, county seats and churches, 1814-26.

Lectures by Adolf Neubauer (Collection Level Description)
Lectures by Adolf Neubauer (1832-1907), orientalist, 19th cent.

Papers of New College, Oxford (Collection Level Description)
Six volumes containing New College bursary papers, bills, and receipts relating partly to rents and dues, partly to emoluments and trust funds, but mainly domestic accounts, e.g. for services, materials, upkeep etc.

New College Chapel Choir Books (Collection Level Description)
New College Chapel Choir Books, 17th-19th cent.

Microfilms of Newsletters Written to Richard Newdigate and Family (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of newsletters written to Sir Richard Newdigate, 2nd Baronet, (1644-1709), MP, and family.

Correspondence of Cardinal J.H. Newman (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Cardinal John Henry Newman (1801-90), 1819-76.

Nichols Family Papers
Papers and collections of the Nichols family, printers and publishers, 1785-1854, including family correspondence, accounts, journals and antiquarian collections.

Nichols Correspondence (Collection Level Description)
Letters to John Nichols (1745-1826), printer, author, antiquary, and John Bowyer Nichols (1779-1863), printer and antiquary, 1742-1872.

John Gough Nichols Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
John Gough Nichols Manuscripts, 17th-19th cent.

E.W.B. Nicholson Notes (Collection Level Description)
Two notebooks of E.W.B. Nicholson containing notes, largely referring to Bodleian Library manuscripts, late 19th cent.

The Life of William Nicholson by his son William (Collection Level Description)
The life of William Nicholson (1753-1815), scientist and inventor, by his son William, 1868-74.

Notebooks of Alexander Nicoll (Collection Level Description)
Notebooks of Alexander Nicoll (1793-1828), Orientalist, 19th cent.

Papers of Percy Noble (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Percy Noble (d. 1937), collector of letters and autographs, 19th-20th cent.

Papers of Henry Handley Norris (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Henry Handley Norris (1771-1850), theologian, 1795-1864.

Additional Norris Papers
Correspondence mainly concerning the enquiries of Henry Handley Norris (1771-1850) into the family estate, with miscellaneous papers and sermons.

Mark Noble Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Mark Noble (1754-1827), biographer, genealogist, and antiquary, 1773-1830.

Notes by Mark Noble (Collection Level Description)
Notes by Mark Noble (1754-1827), biographer, genealogist, and antiquary, 19th cent.

Three Commonplace Books of Nonjurors (Collection Level Description)
Three commonplace books of nonjurors, late 17th-early 18th cent.

Miscellaneous Documents relating mainly to Norfolk and Suffolk (Collection Level Description)
Miscellaneous documents relating mainly to Norfolk and Suffolk, collected by Peter Le Neve (1661-1729), antiquary, and John Anstis, the elder (1669-1744), heraldic writer and Garter King of Arms, 15th-17th cent.

North Family Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the North family, mainly the estate and personal papers of Francis North, 1st Earl of Guilford, and Frederick, 2nd Earl of Guilford. There are smaller groups of personal papers of other members of the North family from the 16th to the late 19th cent., and papers of related families including the Doyle family. Some papers of John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute, of Sir Julius Caesar, and of Clementina Walkinshaw, mistress of the Young Pretender, are also in the collection.

Additional North Family Papers
Additional papers of the North family, including estate papers, 1707-1845, and estate papers of related families, 1573-1677.

Transcript of the Parish Registers of North Leigh, Oxfordshire (Collection Level Description)
Typed transcript of the parish registers of North Leigh, Oxfordshire, 1572-1950, 20th cent.

Papers Relating to 'Novum Testamentum Latine' (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to 'Novum Testamentum Latine', 19th cent.

Two Photograph Albums of N.R.R. (Collection Level Description)
Two photograph albums of N.R.R. [not identified], containing photographs of scenes in England and Europe, late 19th cent.

Letters to C.A. Ogilvie (Collection Level Description)
Letters to Charles Atmore Ogilvie (1793-1873), theologian, 1813-47.

Irish Rubbings by Henry O'Neill (Collection Level Description)
Rubbings from ancient sculptured and inscribed crosses in Ireland, 1840-55.

Orde-Powlett Papers (Collection Level Description)
Draft of proposals for education in Ireland introduced in the Irish House of Commons by Thomas Orde-Powlett, late 18th cent.

Registers of the Ordinance Office (Collection Level Description)
Registers of the Ordinance Office, 1642-8.

Papers of the Ostler Family (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Ostler family, 1808-1939.

Enclosure Awards for Otmoor and Beckley, Oxfordshire (Collection Level Description)
Enclosure awards for Otmoor, 1829, and Beckley, 1831.

Diaries of R.L. Ottley (Collection Level Description)
Diaries of Rev. Robert Lawrence Ottley (1856-1933), Regius Professor of Moral and Pastoral Theology, Oxford, 1872-80.

Records of the Oxford University Barbers' Company (Collection Level Description)
Oxford University Barbers' Company records, 1663-1859.

Oxford University Dissertations for Medical Degrees (Collection Level Description)
Oxford University dissertations for medical degrees, 1834-44.

University of Oxford Law School Disputations (Collection Level Description)
University of Oxford Law School disputations, 1770-1840.

University of Oxford Examination Lists (Collection Level Description)
University of Oxford Examination Lists, 1825-1900.

University of Oxford Lists of Fees (Collection Level Description)
Detailed lists of fees taken at degrees in the University of Oxord, 1825-55.

University of Oxford Musical Exercises (Collection Level Description)
Musical Exercises composed for the degree of Bachelor of Music in the University of Oxford in 1890.

University of Oxford Payments for Chancellor's Letters (Collection Level Description)
University of Oxford payments for Chancellor's letters, 1825-55.

Microfilms of Oxford University Probate Records (Collection Level Description)
Microfilm copies of Oxford University probate records, 1577-1730.

Oxford University Registers (Collection Level Description)
Oxford University Registers, 1704-1866.

Minute Books of the Stubbs Society (Collection Level Description)
Minute books of the Stubbs Society, an Oxford University historical society, 1884-93.

Records of the Oxford Canal Navigation Company (Collection Level Description)
Records of the Oxford Canal Navigation Company, 1772-1848.

Minutes of the Oxford Churchman's Union (Collection Level Description)
Minutes of the Oxford Churchman's Union, 1860-78.

Daybooks of Two Oxford Coachmakers (Collection Level Description)
Daybooks of John James Coles and J. Collins & Co., two coachmakers in Magdalen Street, Oxford, 1819-64.

Records of the Oxford Company of Mercers and Woollen Drapers (Collection Level Description)
Rolls of accounts of the Oxford Company of Mercers and Woollen Drapers, 1649-1786.

Papers Relating to the Administration of Oxford Covered Market (Collection Level Description)
Accounts, vouchers, shop rentals and other papers relating to the administration of Oxford covered market, 1794-1855.

Notebooks of the Oxford Diocesan Church Building Society (Collection Level Description)
Notebooks of the Oxford Diocesan Church Building Society, 1872-88.

Papers of the Oxford Diocesan Church Building Society (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Oxford Diocesan Church Building Society, 1860-93.

Drawings and Sketches of Oxford (Collection Level Description)
Drawings and sketches of Oxford and the neighbourhood, 1750-1915.

History of Oxford (Collection Level Description)
A history of Oxford from the earliest times until the end of the eighteenth cent., written in the 19th cent.

Oxford Music School Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
The collection consists of Music School manuscripts and exercises, 16th-20th cent.

Oxford University Papers (Collection Level Description)
University of Oxford Vice-Chancellor's papers, 1810-63.

University of Oxford Bills and Receipts (Collection Level Description)
University of Oxford Bills and Receipts, 1848-68.

University of Oxford Vice-Chancellor Accounts (Collection Level Description)
University of Oxford Vice-Chancellor Accounts, 1809-52.

Oxford Police Records (Collection Level Description)
Oxford Police Records, 1822-69.

Exercise Books of Edmund Palmer (Collection Level Description)
Exercise books of Edmund Palmer concerning the first voyage of Columbus to America, [c. 1898-9].

John Palmer Papers (Collection Level Description)
Letter-books and papers of John Palmer (1766-1836) of Palmer & Co., India, 1805-35.

Letters to and from Ralph Palmer and his Son (Collection Level Description)
Letters to and from Ralph Palmer (d. 1716), barrister, and his son Ralph Palmer (1670-1736), collected by the latter, 17th-mid 18th cent.

Papers of the Parker Family (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Parker family, booksellers and publishers, 1751-1921.

Travel Journals of John Parkinson
Travel Journals of John Parkinson (1754-1840), traveller, 1780-94.

Papers of Samuel Parr (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Samuel Parr (1747-1825), pedagogue, 1707-1832.

Papers of Charles H. Parry (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Charles Henry Parry (1779-1860), physician, 1779-1840.

Papers of the Parsons and Thomson Families (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Parsons and Thomson families of Oxford, 1814-1906.

Papers of the Parsons Family (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Parsons family of Oxford, early 19th cent.

Papers of James Parsons (Collection Level Description)
Papers of James Parsons, farmer at Woodstock, Oxfordshire, 1818-35.

Papers of William Parsons (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Parsons, poet, [c. 1776]-1824.

Pattison Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Mark Pattison (1813-84), Rector of Lincoln College, Oxford, and biographer, 1815-83.

Pattison Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Mark Pattison (1813-84), Rector of Lincoln College, Oxford, and biographer, 1763-1892.

Papers of C.H. Pearson (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Charles Henry Pearson (1830-94), colonial minister and historian, 1841-1926.

Microfilms of Correspondence between Sir Robert Peel and Queen Victoria (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of correspondence between Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Baronet (1788-1850), Prime Minister, and Queen Victoria, 1841-6.

Letters to Samuel Pegge (Collection Level Description)
Letters to Samuel Pegge (1704-96), Prebendary of Lincoln and antiquary, 1725-75.

Correspondence of Charles George Perceval (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Charles George Perceval, 2nd Baron Arden (1756-1840), Lord Lieutenant of Surrey, 1812-39.

Collections of Charles George Perceval (Collection Level Description)
Collections of Charles George Perceval, 2nd Baron Arden (1756-1840), Lord Lieutenant of Surrey, 18th-19th cent.

Sermons Collected by S.G. Perceval (Collection Level Description)
Sermons collected by S.G. Perceval (fl. 1886-1890), 17th cent.

Papers of Thomas Percy (Collection level Description)
Papers of Thomas Percy (1729-1811), Bishop of Dromore and antiquary, 17th-19th cent.

Perrott Papers (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Thomas Perrott, of St. John's College, Oxford.

Deeds and Papers of the Pettipher Family (Collection Level Description)
Deeds and papers of the Pettipher family of Sibford Ferris and Sibford Gower, Oxfordshire, 1556-1885.

Microfilms of William Petty Papers (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of the papers of Sir Sir William Petty (1623-87), political economist.

Phillipps Family Papers
Papers of Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872) and family, 17th-19th cent.

Insurance Policies and related Correspondence of Sir Thomas Phillipps (Collection Level Description)
Insurance policies and related correspondence of Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872), collector of manuscripts and printed books, 1815-71.

Pedigrees Printed for Sir Thomas Phillipps (Collection Level Description)
Pedigrees printed for Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872), Baronet, antiquary, and collector of MSS. and books, [19th cent.?].

Indexes to the Collection of Manuscripts Formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps (Collection Level Description)
Indexes to Bibliotheca Phillippica, the collection of manuscripts formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps, 19th cent.

Sir Thomas Phillipps's copy of Pufendorf's Abregé du droit de la nature et des gens (Collection Level Description)
Baron Samuel von Pufendorf's Abregé du droit de la nature et des gens, inscribed by Sir Thomas Phillipps, 18th-19th cent.

Phillipps-Munby Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of A.N.L. Munby concerning the writing of his Phillipps studies (5 vols., Cambridge, 1951-60) and the history and location of the manuscripts of Sir Thomas Phillipps.

Photocopy of Mr A.N.L. Munby's Annotated Copy of the Catalogues of Sir Thomas Phillipps' Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Photocopy, from microfilm (MS. Film Dep. 914-6) of Mr A.N.L. Munby's annotated copy of the catalogues of Sir Thomas Phillipps' manuscripts (with continuations), 20th cent.

Microfilm Copies of Continuations of Sir Thomas Phillipps's Catalogues Annotated by A.N.L. Munby (Collection Level Description)
Microfilm copies of continuations of the catalogues of Sir Thomas Phillipps's books and manuscripts and Sotheby's sale catalogues annotated by Mr A.N.L. Munby.

Papers of Sir Thomas Phillipps (Collection Level Description)
Topographical collections, correspondence and papers of Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bart. (1792-1872), 16th-20th cent.

Copy of L.B. Phillips, The dictionary of biographical reference (Collection Level Description)
Copy of The dictionary of biographical reference (London, 1871) by Lawrence Barnett Phillips (1842-1922), artist and author.

Phillpotts Lecture Notes (Collection Level Description)
Lecture notes of Owen Surtees Phillpotts, mainly on Greek philosophy.

Pigott Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Harriett Pigott (1775-1846), traveller and writer, 17th-19th cent.

Microfilms of TNA Pipe Rolls 2-19 (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of Pipe Rolls 2-19, Recusant Rolls.

Oxfordshire Parish Collections of William Plowman (Collection Level Description)
Oxfordshire Parish collections of William Plowman, 1870-88.

Letters to E. Hallows Plumptre (Collection Level Description)
Letters to Edward Hallows Plumptre (1785-1851), solicitor, 1824-46.

Estate Papers of the Pope Family (Collection Level Description)
The Pope family were Earls of Downe, and owned land in Oxfordshire, 16th-17th cent.

Portolan Charts in the Bodleian Library (Collection Level Description)
The collection comprises Arabic, English, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish portolan charts (early 15th cent.-1741).

Collections of Sir Charles Rugge Price (Collection Level Description)
Collections of Sir Charles Rugge Price, 3rd Baronet (1801-66), biographer, 1865.

Rev. Pridden Topographical Collections relating to Oxford (Collection Level Description)
Topographical collections, in two volumes, by Rev. John Pridden, c. 1780, relating to 'Oxford university and city', especially to Queens College, and 'Oxford city parishes and country parishes'.

Prize Essays and Poems (Collection Level Description)
Prize essays and poems collected by Lord Grenville as chancellor of Oxford University, 1810-33.

Copies of Public Accounts (Collection Level Description)
Copies of the public accounts of England for 1679-1708.

Copies of Public Records (Collection Level Description)
Copies or abstracts of selected public records, chiefly Patent Rolls, relating to conveyances of land in England, 1483-1684, 17th cent.

Papers of Charles Pugh (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Charles Pugh (1798-1863), clerk in the High Court of Chancery, 1834-1937.

Correspondence of Bradbury and Evans, mainly relating to Punch (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Bradbury and Evans, mainly relating to Punch, 1833-1900.

Papers of Bernard Quaritch (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Bernard Quaritch (1819-99), bookseller, 1828-1906.

Queen Anne's Bounty Mortgage Papers (Collection Level Description)
Queen Anne's Bounty mortage papers, 1805-78.

Radcliffe Trust (Collection Level Description)
The collection consists of Radcliffe Trust deeds and papers, 13th-20th cent.

Additional Papers of the Radcliffe Trust Concerning the Radcliffe Observatory (Collection Level Description)
Additional papers of the Radcliffe Trust concering the Radcliffe Observatory, 19th-20th cent.

Additional Papers of the Radcliffe Trust (Collection Level Description)
Additional Papers of the Radcliffe Trust, 1834-1971.

Radcliffe Trust Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
The Radcliffe Trust Manuscripts consists of a collection of miscellaneous manuscripts acquired by the Radcliffe Library, Oxford, 13th-20th cent.

Letters of John Randolph (Collection Level Description)
Letters of the Rev. John Randolph to his brother-in-law, the Rev. Thomas Lambard, Rector of Ash, Kent, 1784-1810

Personal Account Books of Dr. Thomas Randolph (Collection Level Description)
Two personal account books of Dr. Thomas Randolph (1701-83), President of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1731-41, 1749-54.

Assignments of Copyright to the Music Publishing Firm of Edwin Ransford and Son (Collection Level Description)
Assignments of copyright to the music publishing firm of Edwin Ransford and Son, 1850-67, 1870-85.

Papers of Rev. John Rashdall (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Rev. John Rashdall (1809-69), Vicar of Dawlish, 1827-69.

Rawlinson Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Collections of Richard Rawlinson (1690-1755), topographer and bishop of the nonjuring Church of England, 8th-18th cent. Includes State Papers of John Thurloe, 1638-60; and naval and official papers of Samuel Pepys, 1657-89. For fully searchable text of the Quarto Catalogues of MSS. Rawlinson A, B, C, D, follow the links in scope and content.

Manuscripts and Papers of E.A. Reade (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts and papers of Edward Anderdon Reade (1807-86), Bengal civil servant and historian, 19th cent.

E.A. Reade Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Edward Anderdon Reade (1807-86), relating to the history of Ipsden, Newnham Murren and North Stoke, Oxfordshire, 19th cent.

Reay Papers
Autograph album and loose papers of Eleanora Reay, 1785-1839.

Recipe Books (Collection Level Description)
Recipe books of Elizabeth Bertie (1632-1715) and Mary Widdrington (fl. 1655-1699), 17th cent.

Two 19th-century Recipe Books (Collection Level Description)
Two 19th-century recipe books, creator unknown.

Records of the Red Herring Club (Collection Level Description)
Records of the Red Herring Club, Oxford, 1694-1775.

Account and Day Books of John Redwood and John Wolston (Collection Level Description)
Account and day books of John Redwood and John Wolston, merchants, of Exeter, Devon, 1676-1725.

Richardson Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Henry Richardson (1836-1909), schoolmaster and antiquary, 19th-20th cent.

Collections of W.H. Richardson (Collection Level Description)
Collections of William Henry Richardson (1836-1909), schoolmaster and antiquary, 17th-19th cent.

Topographical Collections relating to Oxfordshire by Charles Richardson (Collection Level Description)
Three volumes of topographical collections relating to Oxfordshire by Charles Richardson (d. 1827), antiquarian, n.d.

Notes and Sketches by Thomas Rickman (Collection Level Description)
Notes and sketches by Thomas Rickman (1776-1841), architect and historian, 19th cent.

Papers of Stephen Peter Rigaud (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Stephen Peter Rigaud (1774-1839), astronomer, 1812-86.

Rigaud Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Stephen Peter Rigaud (1774-1839), astronomer, 16th-19th cent.

Papers of Dr. Edward Rigby (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Dr. Edward Rigby (1747-1821), physician, 1789-1805.

Risley Papers (Collection Level Description)
Deeds of the Risley, Barber and Cotton families of Adderbury and Deddington, Oxfordshire, 1486-1910.

An Annotated Copy of Joseph Ritson, Bibliographia poetica (Collection Level Description)
A copy of Joseph Ritson, Bibliographia poetica (London, 1802), interleaved, with notes by Joseph Haslewood, James Boswell the younger, W.E. Buckley, and Sir Frederic Madden, 19th cent.

Diaries of Two Members of the Rivington Family (Collection Level Description)
Diaries of Charles Rivington (1754-1831), publisher, and (probably) one of his younger brothers, 1778-82, 1787-91.

Diaries of James Austin Roberts and members of his family (Collection Level Description)
Diaries of James Austin Roberts (1795-1872), Congregational minister, and members of his family.

Correspondence of the Rev. James Austin Roberts, his Wife, and Son (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of the Rev. James Austin Roberts (1795-1872), Congregational minister, and his wife Sarah and his son Austin. 1813-74.

Legal Notebooks of Sir Thomas Robinson (Collection Level Description)
Legal notebooks of Sir Thomas Robinson (1618-83), prothonotary of the Court of Common Pleas, 17th cent.

Roe Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts collected by Sir Thomas Roe (1581-1644), diplomat, 10th-17th cent.

Papers of James E. Thorold Rogers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of James Edwin Thorold Rogers (1823-90), MP, political economist and historian, and his family, 1796-20th cent.

Journals of Travels with Samuel Rogers (Collection Level Description)
Journals of travels with Samuel Rogers (1763-1855), poet, by his sister and niece, 1821-7.

Papers of George John Romanes
Papers of George John Romanes, 1867-93, mainly relating to his work in evolutionary biology. Also includes papers of his wife, Ethel Romanes, 1882-1927.

Notebooks of Christina Rossetti (Collection Level Description)
Notebooks containing fair copies of the poems of Christina Rossetti, from the same series as Ashley MSS. 1362, 1364, now in the British Library. Copied by Christina and other members of the family, 1845-56.

Verse by Dante Gabriel Rossetti (Collection Level Description)
Autograph verse by D.G. Rossetti, copied for Mrs William Morris, 19th cent.

Papers of Gabriele and W.M. Rossetti (Collection Level Description)
Autobiographical writings of Gabriele Rossette and W.M. Rossetti, 1850-1903.

Account Books of Rev. J.T. Round (Collection Level Description)
Account Books of Rev. James Thomas Round (1798-1860), Bursar of Balliol College, Oxford, 1810-29.

Transcripts of Papers of John Ruskin (Collection Level Description)
Transcripts of letters and papers of John Ruskin, late 19th-early 20th cent.

Papers of the Russell Family of Swallowfield, Berkshire (Collection Level Description)
The Russell family of Swallowfield, Berkshire, included Sir Henry Russell, 2nd Baronet (1783-1852), who was British Representative at Court of Hyderabad, 1780-1918.

Russell Family Deeds (Collection Level Description)
Deeds and papers of the Russell family relating to Swallowfield, Mickle Trafford (Cheshire) and Co. Tipperary, 1667-1808.

Notes on Law Lectures by F.F. Russell (Collection Level Description)
Typescript copies, made c. 1920, of notes on law lectures taken by F.F. Russell while a Rhodes scholar at Oxford, 1911-14.

Papers of Lady Frances Russell (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Lady Frances Russell (1815-98), second wife of Lord John Russell, 1st Earl Russell, 1858-97.

Choral and Orchestral Music Manuscripts of William Russell (Collection Level Description)
Choral and orchestral music manuscripts of William Russell (1777-1813), organist and composer, 1807-12.

Drafts of Russian Memoirs by a Member of the Naradnaya Volya Party (Collection Level Description)
Drafts of Russian memoirs by a member of the Naradnaya Volya party, [c. 1880-91].

Rylands Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts collected and compiled by William Harry Rylands (1847-1922), antiquary and freemason, 16th-20th cent.

Records of the Sacred Congregation of Bishops and Regulars (Collection Level Description)
Records of the Sacred Congregation of Bishops and Regulars at Rome, 1604-7.

Saibante Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Greek manuscripts collected by Giovanni Saibante (fl. 1732), 10th-17th cent.

Savile Collection (Collection Level Description)
Manuscript collections from the Savilian Library, consisting of scientific papers, estate papers, and Rigaud papers, 12th-19th cent.

Tracings of Maps by H.E. Salter (Collection Level Description)
Tracings of Maps by Herbert Edward Salter (1863-1951), historian. The maps date from 1660 to 1851.

Notebook of Sir Henry Savile, with a Description by P.E. Matheson (Collection Level Description)
Notebook of Sir Henry Savile (1549-1622), scholar, with a description by Percy Ewing Matheson (1859-1946), Fellow of New College (1881-1946), and a classical scholar.

Transcripts of the Papers of John Scattergood (Collection Level Description)
Transcripts of the papers of John Scattergood (1681-1723), East India merchant, 1916-17.

Microfilms of Works of Oxford Schoolmen (Collection Level Description)
Microfilm copies of the works of Oxford schoolmen, medieval.

Narrative by David Scott (Collection Level Description)
Narrative by David Scott of H.S. Conway's military tour on the Continent, 1774.

Letter-books of George Scott (Collection Level Description)
Letter-books of George Scott (1720-80) of Woolston Hall, Chigwell, Essex, antiquary, 1745-80.

Designs for the New Examination Schools, at the University of Oxford, by John Oldrid Scott (Collection Level Description)
Gothic designs for the New Examination Schools, at the University of Oxford by John Oldrid Scott (fl. late 19th cent.), architect.

Copy, made for Frederic Seebohm, of a Survey of Land between Malmo and Landskrona, Sweden (Collection Level Description)
Copy, made in 1895, for Frederic Seebohm (1833-1912), historian, of a survey of lands between Malmo and Landskrona, Sweden, 1708.

Selden Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts collected by John Selden (1584-1654), jurist, MP, and antiquary, 1598-1655.

Manuscripts of John Selden (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts collected by John Selden (1584-1654), jurist, MP, and antiquary, 8th-18th cent.

Journals of Nassau William Senior (Collection Level Description)
Journals of Nassau William Senior (1790-1864), economist, 1860-3.

Paris Journals of Nassau William Senior (Collection Level Description)
Paris journals of Nassau William Senior (1790-1864), economist, 1853-5.

Photocopies of Seventeenth-century English Plays (Collection Level Description)
Photocopies of seventeenth-century English plays by Thomas Heywood and Beaumont and Fletcher.

Autographs and Letters Collected by Emma Sewell (Collection Level Description)
Autographs and letters collected by Emma Sewell (d. 1897), and family, 1838-1913.

Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe (1781-1851), antiquary and artist, 1763-1872.

Letters to Gregory Sharpe (Collection Level Description)
Letters to Gregory Sharpe (1713-71), theologian, 1750-5.

Sheldon Papers (Collection Level Description)
Seven volumes consisting of a collection of original papers relating to ecclesiastical and civil affairs in Great Britain and Ireland from 1585 to 1724, chiefly owned by, and many written to, Archbishop Gilbert Sheldon in about 1660-77.

Shelley Manuscripts and Relics (core collection) (Collection Level Description)
Letters and notebooks of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822), poet, and Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (1797-1851), writer, 1811-22. with portraits and relics of them both.

Shelley Manuscripts and Relics (additions) (Collection Level Description)
Literary notebooks and papers, correspondence and other papers, portraits and relics of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822), poet, and Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (1797-1851), writer, 1577-1992 (predominantly 18th-20th cent.).

Autobiography of Cuthbert Shields (Collection Level Description)
Autobiography of Cuthbert James Shields (1840-1908), formerly Robert Laing, historian, 1883-6.

Deeds of the Earls of Shrewsbury (Collection Level Description)
Deeds of the Earls of Shrewsbury, 1239-1860.

Historical and Topographical Collections for Shropshire (Collection Level Description)
Historical and topographical collections for Shropshire, [c. 1810-40].

Shirburn Records (Collection Level Description)
Records relating to Shirburn, Oxfordshire, collected by Herbert Edward Salter (1863-1951), historian, 1724-1864.

Drawings by J. Allen Shuffrey (Collection Level Description)
Drawings by J. Allen Shuffrey of buildings in Oxfordshire and Berkshire, late 19th cent.

Papers of Arthur Sidgwick (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Arthur Sidgwick (1840-1920), classical scholar, 1865-1914.

The Papers of Samuel Weller Singer (Collection Level Description)
The papers of Samuel Weller Singer (1783-1858) relating to the compilation of a dictionary of Old and Middle English, 19th cent.

Journals of John Slaney (Collection Level Description)
Journals of John Slaney (fl. 1829-78), exciseman and wine merchant.

Sketch-books of Fanny Smith (Collection Level Description)
Sketch-books of Fanny Smith, later Mrs. Richard Seymour (d. 1871), [c. 1828-38].

Manuscripts and News-letters Collected by George Smith (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts and news-letters collected by George Smith (fl. 1954), 17th-19th cent.

Letters to R. Payne Smith (Collection Level Description)
Letters to Robert Payne Smith (1819-95), Dean of Canterbury, orientalist, and theologian, 1860-95.

Journal of a Tour in France, Switzerland and Italy by John Pye Smith (Collection Level Description)
Journal of a tour in France, Switzerland and Italy by John Pye Smith (1774-1851), Congregational Minister, 1816.

Court Rolls of the Manor of Somerton (Collection Level Description)
Court rolls of the manor of Somerton, Oxfordshire, [c. 1470], 1516-73.

Mary Somerville Collection, [c.1700]-1972
Correspondence and papers of Mary Somerville (1780-1872), science writer and mathematics expositor, and of the Somerville and related families.

Albums containing Songs in English, French, and Italian for Solo Voice Piano (Collection Level Description)
Albums containing songs in English, French, and Italian for solo voice piano, copied by E.F.E. Esdaile and another hand, 1830-1.

Letters of Robert Southey (Collection Level Description)
Letters of Robert Southey (1774-1843), poet, journalist, and biographer, 1798-1839.

Court Rolls of the Manor of South Leigh (Collection Level Description)
Court rolls of the manor of South Leigh, Oxfordshire, 1533-40, 1604-15.

Letters to Sir Robert Southwell from Philip Madoxe (Collection Level Description)
Letters to Sir Robert Southwell (1635-1702), diplomat, from Philip Madoxe, 1683-90.

Early 17th-century Miscellanea from the Library of Sir Henry Spelman (Collection Level Description)
Miscellanea from the library of Sir Henry Spelman (? 1564-1641), historian and antiquary, early 17th cent.

Correspondence from the Stock of Walter T. Spencer (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence from the stock of Walter T. Spencer (fl. 1950-1970), bookseller, 1725-1954.

Descriptions of Coats of Arms Compiled by J.H. Sperling (Collection Level Description)
Descriptions of coats of arms compiled by John Hanson Sperling (1825-94), Anglican clergyman and antiquary, 1856-8.

St. Amand's Adversaria (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of James St. Amand (1687-1754), antiquary, 15th-18th cent.

Papers Relating to St. Amand's Chantry (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to St. Amand's Chantry, 17th-19th cent.

Blank Receipts Embossed with Stamps (Collection Level Description)
Volumes of blank paper embossed with 4d. and 6d. stamps, for use as receipts, 1795-7.

Stanley Family Papers (Collection Level Description)
Stanley family papers, mainly poems by Arthur Penrhyn Stanley (1815-81), Dean of Westminster, 1820-30.

Microfilms of Stationers' Company Records (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of Stationers' Company Records, covering the years 1555-1902.

Papers relating to St. Clement's Turnpike Trust, Oxford (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to St. Clement's Turnpike Trust, Oxford, 1804-74.

Parish Notes by Edward Steele (Collection Level Description)
Parish notes by Edward Steele (fl. 1682-1760), house painter and antiquary, 1682-1716, mainly [c. 1714].

F.G. Stephens Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Frederic George Stephens (1828-1907), art critic, 1845-1907.

Copies of Letters of Henry St. John (Collection Level Description)
Contemporary copies of letters of Henry St. John, 1st Viscount Bolingbroke (1678-1751), Secretary of State, 1709-11.

Music Manuscripts from the Library of St. Michael's College, Tenbury, Worcestershire (Collection Level Description)
Music manuscripts from the library of St. Michael's College, Tenbury, Worcestershire, [c. 1600]-1930.

Stoke Lyne Blacksmiths Accounts
Account books of Alexander Kirby, George Kirby and Joseph Hillsdon, successively blacksmiths at Stoke Lyne, Oxfordshire, 1823-1947.

Papers of W. L. Stone and James Jones (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Loundes Stone (fl. 1796) and James Jones (fl. 1797), sheriffs of Oxfordshire, 1796-7.

Minute Books of the Strafford Club, Oxford (Collection Level Description)
Minute books of the Strafford Club, Oxford, 1881-1909.

James Strangman Collection (Collection Level Description)
Collections of James Strangman (?1555-96), Essex antiquary, 16th-17th cent.

Transcriptions of Documents by and about Mary of Modena, made for Agnes Strickland (Collection Level Description)
Transcriptions of documents by and about Mary of Modena (1658-1718), queen of James II of England, made from French government archives for Agnes Strickland (1796-1874), historian, 1844.

Papers of Charles Edward August Maximilien Stuart (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Charles Edward August Maximilien Stuart, Count Roehenstart, (1773-1853).

William Stukeley Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Stukeley, including diaries, correspondence, and notes on topography, antiquities and coins, 1687-1861.

Papers of Laurence Sulivan (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Laurence Sulivan (1713-86), director of the British East India Company, 1764-86.

Correspondence and Papers of Laurence Sulivan (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence and papers of Laurence Sulivan (1713-86), director of the British East India Company, 1756-1813.

Full Score of Sir Arthur Sullivan's The light of the world (Collection Level Description)
Autograph full score, including performance annotations and revisions, of Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan's The light of the world, [c. 1873].

Rentals of Sussex Manors (Collection Level Description)
Rentals of Sussex Manors, [c. 1660-85].

Papers of Thomas Symonds (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Thomas Symonds (1773-1845), Antiquary and Vicar of Eynsham, and his family, 1757-1894.

Court Rolls of the Manor of Tadmarton (Collection Level Description)
Court rolls of the manor of Tadmarton, Oxfordshire, 1607-9, 1614.

Talbot Papers
Papers of Richard Wogan Talbot, 2nd Baron Talbot of Malahide (Irish Peerage), James, 3rd Baron, James, 4th Baron and 1st Baron de Malahide (United Kingdom Peerage), and Richard Wogan, 5th Baron Talbot of Malahide, with family and estate papers, 13th-20th cent.

Tanner Manuscripts
Tanner's collections contain much on the 17th-century Church, including correspondence of successive Archbishops of Canterbury, Gilbert Sheldon, 1663-77, and William Sancroft, 1677-90; and many papers relating to the Civil War and Interregnum, mainly correspondence of William Lenthall, Speaker of the House of Commons 1640-60. Sancroft's 'Adversaria', comprise mainly theological writings by Archbishop Sancroft. View Collection Level Description

M.B. Tarn Deeds (Collection Level Description)
Deeds, drafts and abstracts of title from the office of M.B. Tarn (fl. 1800-40), solicitor of Stow-on-the-Wold.

Taylor Family Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Henry Taylor (1800-86), author, and his family, 1798-1895.

Court Rolls of the manor of Taynton (Collection Level Description)
Court Rolls of the manor of Taynton, Oxfordshire, 1558, 1626.

Records of Dinners of The Club (Collection Level Description)
Records of dinners of The Club, 1895-1928, with biographies of members, c. 1817-1931.

Papers of David Thomas (Collection Level Description)
Papers of David Thomas (1836-1911), Rector of Garsington, Oxfordshire, 1839-[c.1911].

Vaughan Thomas Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Vaughan Thomas (1775-1858), antiquary and philanthropist, 17th-19th cent.

Theological and Devotional Works (Collection Level Description)
Theological and Devotional Works, mainly Roman Catholic, 16th-19th cent.

James Thomson Papers (Collection Level Description)
A collection of papers by and about Thomson, including holograph works, diaries, correspondence and miscellaneous papers, 1852-1900.

Thoresby Park Deeds (Collection Level Description)
Thoresby Park was the home of the Pierrepont family, Earls Manvers. The collection contains deeds relating to Buckinghamshire, Derbyshire, Gloucestershire, Kent, Northamptonshire and Somerset.

Thornycroft Family Papers (Collection Level Description)
Thornycroft family papers, 1660-1759.

Diary of a Tour through Europe by Mortimer and Lucy Thoyts (Collection Level Description)
Diary of a tour through Europe, by Mortimer and Lucy Thoyts, 1828.

Three Essays: Ars musica, 'The origin of geometry' and 'The Grecian dialect' (Collection Level Description)
Three essays, one written by Jeremiah Milles, A.B. of Queen's College, Oxford: Ars musica, winner of the Chancellor's Prize, English Essay, 1773, 'The origin of geometry' and 'The Grecian dialect', n.d.

Sketches of early 19th-century Oxford Characters collected by W.F. Thurland (Collection Level Description)
Sketches of early 19th-century Oxford characters collected by William Francis Thurland (fl. 1868-89) of the Bodleian Library.

Papers of W.F. Tillotson's Fiction Bureau (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Frederick Tillotson's fiction bureau, 1880-94.

Plans of the Baronies of Tinwald and Torthorwald, Dumfriesshire (Collection Level Description)
Plans of the baronies of Tinwald and Torthorwald, Dumfriesshire, 1820.

Biblical Transcripts of Constantine Tischendorf (Collection Level Description)
Biblical transcripts of Lobegott Friedrich Constantin Von Tischendorf (1815-74), German Orientalist and Biblical critic, 1840.

Papers of the Tomkins Family (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Tomkins family of Abingdon, 1693-1862.

Topographical Prints and Drawings (Collection Level Description)
Topographical prints and drawings, mainly relating to Oxford colleges and churches, 1755-1910.

Towneley Papers
Scientific papers of Christopher and Richard Towneley relating to their work in physics, geometry and astronomy and the antiquarian papers of Christopher Towneley relating to English Roman Catholics, 17th-18th cent.

Antiquarian Collections of Christopher Towneley (Collection Level Description)
Antiquarian collections of Christopher Towneley (1604-74), 17th cent.

Towneley Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts owned by Charles Towneley (1803-76), Colonel, 15th-19th cent.

Notebooks compiled by John or Charles Towneley (Collection Level Description)
Philosophical notebooks compiled by John or Charles Towneley at Douai College, France, 1651-2.

Archive of the Townesend family
Accounts of the Townesend family, master masons, mainly concerning their work in Oxford for the University and Oxford colleges, 1687-1804.

Two Volumes of Sermons by Thomas Townson, annotated by John Jebb (Collection Level Description)
Two volumes of sermons by Thomas Townson (1715-92), Archdeacon of Richmond, annotated by John Jebb (1775-1833), Bishop of Limerick, 18th cent.

Papers of Joseph Toynbee, FRS, and George Toynbee (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Joseph Toynbee, FRS (1815-66), aural surgeon, and George Toynbee (d ? 1841), landowner, 1821-66, 1944.

H.F. Tozer Lecture Notes (Collection Level Description)
Notes for lectures by H.F. Tozer relating to philology, etymology and syntax.

Manuscripts by Thomas Traherne (Collection Level Description)
Four manuscripts by Thomas Traherne (1637-74), religious poet and mystic.

Parliamentary Diaries of Sir John Salusbury Trelawny (Collection Level Description)
Parliamentary diaries of Sir John Salusbury Trelawny, 9th Baronet (1816-85), 1858-73.

Microfilms of the Letter-books of Sir Charles Edward Trevelyan (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of the letter-books of Sir Charles Edward Trevelyan (1807-86), governor of Madras, 1840-65.

Papers of the Tubb Family (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Tubb family of Warborough, Oxfordshire, 18th-20th cent.

Tucker Family Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Tucker family of Dorset, including correspondence, accounts and deeds. The collection also includes some papers of the Gollop, Steward and Browne families, 1662-1873.

Papers of Abraham Tucker (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Abraham Tucker (1705-74), philosopher, 18th cent.

Turner Family Deeds (Collection Level Description)
The Turner family owned property in Cheshire, Lancashire, Derbyshire and Yorkshire, 1624-1863.

Manuscripts from the Collection of A.W. Turner (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts from the collection of Arthur W. Turner, 18th-19th cent.

Dawson Turner Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Dawson Turner (1775-1858), botanist and antiquary, 18th-19th cent.

Turner's Oxfordshire Collections (Collection Level Description)
Collections compiled by William Henry Turner (d.1880), Oxfordshire antiquary, 1864-72.

Account Books of William Turner and Son, Wheelwrights (Collection Level Description)
Account books of William Turner and Son, wheelwrights, of Stanton St. John, Oxfordshire, 1867-1919.

Letters to Horace Twiss (Collection Level Description)
Letters to Horace Twiss (1787-1849), wit and politician, 1807-1905.

Twyne Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Transcripts, extracts and notes relating to the university and city of Oxford, made by and for Brian Twyne (?1579-1644), antiquary, 16th-17th cent.

Three Volumes relating to the Estates of Sir Roger Twysden in Kent (Collection Level Description)
Three volumes relating to the Kent estates of Sir Roger Twysden (1597-1672), antiquary, 1604-28.

Genealogical Collections of the Tyrwhitt Family (Collection Level Description)
Genealogical collections of the Tyrwhitt family of Northumberland and Lincolnshire, 1833-1919.

Papers of F. Tyrwhitt-Drake (Collection Level Description)
Papers of F. Tyrwhitt-Drake (fl. 1956), of Shardeloes, Amersham, Buckinghamshire, 1515-1846.

Papers of William Amhurst Tyssen-Amherst (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Amhurst Tyssen-Amherst, 1st Baron Amherst of Hackney (1835-1909), bibliophile, [c. 1864-1904].

Letters Collected by William Upcott (Collection Level Description)
Letters of antiquaries, topographical writers and heralds, collected by William Upcott, 17th-19th cent.

Drawings of Oxfordshire Collected by William Upcott (Collection Level Description)
Drawings of Oxfordshire collected by William Upcott (1779-1845), antiquary and autograph collector, 18th-19th cent.

Ussher Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Collections by James Ussher (1581-1656), Archbishop of Armagh, biblical scholar, and historian, 17th cent.

Van der Kolk Catalogue
Catalogue of a collection of pathological specimens, 19th cent., of Jacobus van der Kolk, Dutch pathologist.

Papers of H.H. Vaughan (Collection level Description)
Papers of Henry Halford Vaughan (1811-85), Regius Professor of Modern History at Oxford, 1788-1916.

Lectures by H.H. Vaughan (Collection Level Description)
Lectures by Henry Halford Vaughan (1811-85), Regius Professor of Modern History at Oxford, 1852-4.

Reports by Venetian Ambassadors (Collection Level Description)
Reports by Venetian Ambassadors, 17th cent.

Historical Treatises Relating to Venice (Collection Level Description)
Historical treatises relating to Venice in the 15th and 16th centuries, 17th cent.

Papers of Gúdbrandr Vígfússon (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Gúdbrandr Vígfússon (1828-89), Icelandic scholar and author, 1840-89.

Papers of Linda Villari (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Linda Villari (d. 1915), author, 1844-1949.

Viner Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Charles Viner (1678-1756), legal writer, 17th-18th cent.

Wadham College Deeds (Collection Level Description)
Wadham College deeds relating to Oxfordshire, 1847-81.

John Walker Collection (Collection Level Description)
Collection of John Walker (1674-1747), Prebendary of Exeter and ecclesiastical historian, 1646-1715.

Business Records of the Wall Family (Collection Level Description)
Business records of the Wall family of Burford, Oxfordshire, 1796-1940.

Collection of Photographs and Newspapers etc. by William Waller (Collection Level Description)
Collection of photographs and newspapers etc. by William Newcome Waller (d. 1909), 1861-87.

Wallis Papers
Letters to Henry Wallis (1830-1916), painter, 1856-1915, letters to his son, Harold Wallis, 1884-1918 and miscellaneous papers of both, 1846-1952.

Wallis Sketch-books
Twenty-one sketch-books of Henry Wallis, 1869-1910.

Papers of John Wallis (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John Wallis (1616-1703), mathematician, 1651-95.

Letters to Sir Horatio Walpole and Charles, 2nd Viscount Townshend (Collection Level Description)
Letters to Horatio Walpole, 1st Baron Walpole of Wolterton (1678-1757), diplomat and Charles, 2nd Viscount Townshend (1674-1738), statesman, 1709-11.

Waltham Abbey Court Rolls (Collection Level Description)
Waltham Abbey Court Rolls, Essex, 14th-18th cent.

Microfilm of the Diary of John Ward (Collection Level Description)
Microfilm of the diary of the Rev. John Ward (1629-81), vicar of Stratford-upon-Avon.

Papers of Thomas Ward (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Thomas Ward (1809-58), diplomat, 1814-80.

Papers of John Warner (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John Warner (1581-1666), Bishop of Rochester, 17th-19th cent.

Diaries of Tours Abroad by the Lee-Warner Family (Collection Level Description)
Diaries of tours abroad by the Lee-Warner family, 1802, 1860-1.

Warton Papers (Collection Level Description)
The members of the Warton family represented in this collection are Thomas Warton (1688-1745), professor of poetry at Oxford, 1718-28; and his sons Joseph Warton (1722-1800), critic, Thomas Warton (1728-90), poet, antiquary and literary scholar, and John Warton (1756-1820), 1633-1913.

Warton Family Papers (Collection Level Description)
The Warton family papers include notebooks of Thomas Warton (1688-1745); correspondence and papers of Thomas Warton (1728-90); correspondence and papers of Joseph Warton; family correspondence of the wife and daughter of Joseph Warton; and 18th- and 19th-century papers of other members of the Warton family, 1688-1864.

Watson Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of John Watson (1790-1875), Rector of Selham and antiquary, 16th-19th cent.

Papers of the Webb Family (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Webb family including Benjamin Webb (1819-95), ecclesiologist, and his son Clement Charles Julian Webb (1865-1954), Oriel Professor of the philosophy of the Christian religion at Oxford, 1837-1954.

Papers of Wentworth Webster (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Wentworth Webster (1829-1907), Basque scholar and folklorist, 1865-1906.

Papers of E.W. Webster (Collection Level Description)
Collations by Erwin Wentworth Webster (d. 1917) from manuscripts of Aristotle, Meteorologica with other notes, [18--?].

Weld Family Papers (Collection Level Description)
Weld family papers, 1293-1809.

Collection of Welsh Poems (Collection Level Description)
Collection of Welsh poems, 17th-18th cent.

Werry Papers
Correspondence and papers of Francis Werry, consul at Smyrna, and his son Francis Peter, who served as a diplomat in Malta, Russia, France, Vienna and Dresden, c.1800-30.

West Hanney Deeds (Collection Level Description)
Deeds relating to 18 small properties in West Hanney, Berkshire, 1670-1826.

Photograph Albums of Eliza Westwood (Collection Level Description)
Carte de visite photographs of entomologists and naturalists, collected by Eliza Westwood, mid-19th cent.

Collections of J.O. Westwood (Collection Level Description)
Collections of John Obediah Westwood (1805-93), entomologist and antiquary, 19th cent.

Papers of J.O. Westwood (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John Obediah Westwood (1805-93), entomologist and antiquary, 1850-79.

Wharton Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts compiled by Edward Ross Wharton (1844-96), philologer and genealogist, 1890-6.

Collections by E.R. Wharton for a History of the Wharton Family (Collection Level Description)
Collections by Edward Ross Wharton for a history of the Wharton family, [c. 1890-5].

Volumes Compiled by William Whiston (Collection Level Description)
Volumes compiled by William Whiston (1677-1752), Chaplain to Bishop of Norwich and scientist, 17th-18th cent.

Diaries of the White Family of Selborne (Collection Level Description)
Diaries of the White Family of Selborne, 1785-1826.

Papers of Roger Whitley (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Roger Whitley (? 1618-97), Royalist, Deputy Postmaster General, and MP, 1655-97.

Wight Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Musical collection of Osborne Wight (d. 1800), Fellow of New College, Oxford, comprising many volumes written by John Awbery, Fellow of New College, many of which had been owned or annotated by William and Philip Hayes, 16th-18th cent.

Wilberforce Family Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Wilberforce (1759-1833), MP and philanthropist, and Samuel Wilberforce (1805-73), Bishop of Oxford and Winchester.

Additional Wilberforce Papers
This collection consists of the papers of William Wilberforce (1759-1833), and the correspondence of Robert Isaac Wilberforce (1802-57), 1759-1872.

Wilberforce Diaries
Diaries of Samuel Wilberforce, Bishop of Oxford, 1845-69, and Bishop of Winchester, 1869-73.

Transcripts of Letter Books of Samuel Wilberforce (Collection Level Description)
20th century transcripts of letter books of Samuel Wilberforce (1805-73), Bishop of Oxford and Winchester, 1843-68.

Sermons by David Wilkins (Collection Level Description)
Sermons by David Wilkins (1685-1745), Archdeacon of Suffolk, classical scholar, and antiquary, 1695-1745.

Wilkins Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of David Wilkins (1685-1745), Archdeacon of Suffolk, classical scholar, and antiquary, 17th-18th cent.

Wilkinson Papers
Papers of Sir John Gardner Wilkinson (1797-1875), Egyptologist.

Papers of the Wilkinson Family (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Wilkinson family of Milford, Hampshire, 1654-81, 1810-1953.

Copy of Sir John Bickerton Williams, Memoirs of the life, character, and writings of Sir Matthew Hale (Collection Level Description)
Manuscript copy of Memoirs of the life, character, and writings of Sir Matthew Hale by Sir John Bickerton Williams (1792-1855), nonconformist, 1835.

Willis Donation (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts collected by Browne Willis (1682-1760), antiquary and numismatist, including material relating to British history, 14th-18th cent.

Willis Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Collections of Browne Willis (1682-1760), antiquary and numismatist, chiefly the materials from which were published his Survey of the Cathedrals, 1717-30; his Parochiale Anglicanum, 1733; his Notitia Parliamentaria, 1716-50; and his History of the Town, Hundred and Deanery of Buckingham, 1755.

Correspondence of James Wilson and Family (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of James Wilson and family, concerning political, literary and family matters, 1840-1924.

Papers of J. Cook Wilson (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John Cook Wilson (1849-1915), Wykeham Professor of Logic at Oxford University, 1878-1928.

Records of the Windham Club (Collection Level Description)
Records of the Windham Club (later Marlborough-Windham Club), 1849-1954.

Microfilms of Windsor Borough Records (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of Windsor borough records, 1637-1834.

Customs and Rental of the Manor of Witney, Oxfordshire (Collection Level Description)
Customs, 1647, and rental, 1716, of the manor of Witney.

Accounts of the Churchwardens at Witton Chapel, Cheshire (Collection Level Description)
Accounts of the churchwardens of Witton chapel, Cheshire, 1620-91, 1739-40.

Two Volumes of Wood's Antiquities of Oxford (1786) (Collection Level Description)
Two interleaved volumes of Anthony Wood's Antiquities of Oxford (1786), with manuscript additions, partly by Henry Hinton, 1786-1811.

Microfilms of the Papers of Charles Wood (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of the Papers of Charles Wood, 1st Viscount Halifax, 19th cent.

Wood Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Anthony à Wood (1632-95), antiquary, 11th-17th cent. The manuscripts are arranged in four collections: antiquarian manuscripts; medieval manuscripts; General Langbaine's Adversaria; and manuscripts relating to the history of Oxford.

Diaries of Julia & Anne Maria Woodforde (Collection Level Description)
Diaries of Julia and Anne Marie Woodforde, written in a variety of printed pocket books, 1810-72.

Woodforde Family Papers (Collection Level Description)
The Woodforde family includes Samuel Woodford (1636-1700), Canon of Winchester, poet and divine; Robert Woodforde (1675-1762); James Woodforde (1740-1803), clergyman and diarist; and Anna Maria Woodforde (1757-1830).

Microfilms of the Borough Records of Woodstock in Oxfordshire (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of the borough records of Woodstock in Oxfordshire, 1588-1650.

Musical Collections of Harry Ellis Wooldridge (Collection Level Description)
Musical Collections of Harry Ellis Wooldridge (1845-1917), Professor of Fine Art and historian of music, 1870-[1906?].

Papers of Thomas Woolner (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Thomas Woolner (1825-92), sculptor and poet, 1817-1915.

Family Papers of Lord Stuart of Wortley (Collection Level Description)
Family papers of Charles Beilby Stuart-Wortley, 1st Baron Stuart of Wortley (1851-1926), 1863-1908.

Collections by Blanche C. Wroughton (Collection Level Description)
Collections by Blanche C. Wroughton (fl. 1880-1915), antiquary, 19th-20th cent.

Topographical Collections of Charles Francis Wyatt (Collection Level Description)
Topographical Collections of Charles Francis Wyatt (1820-1906), rector of Broughton, Oxfordshire, and antiquary, 1704-1908.

Wyatt Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Charles Francis Wyatt (1820-1906), rector of Broughton, Oxfordshire, and antiquary, 17th-19th cent.

Wycliffe Hall 'Annual Record' (Collection Level Description)
Wycliffe Hall's annual record of events, 1877-1911.

Papers of the Wykeham Family (Collection Level Description)
Miscellaneous papers relating to the Wykeham family of Thame Park, Oxfordshire, 18th-19th cent.

Microfilms of the papers of Charles Robert Wynn-Carrington (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of the papers of Charles Robert Wynn-Carrington, Marquess of Lincolnshire (1843-1928), [1783-1933]

Papers of Philip Wynter
Papers of Philip Wynter (1793-1871), President of St. John's College, Oxford, 1772-1869.

Yates of Lechlade Deeds (Collection Level Description)
Deeds of Thomas Yates of Lechlade, Gloucestershire, 1770-1818.

Accounts of Timothy Yeats-Brown
Account books of Timothy Yeats-Brown, British Consul at Genoa, 1835-57.

Papers of the Yerbury Family (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Yerbury family of Belcombe Brook, Bradford-on-Avon, 17th-19th cent.

Lists of Yorkshire Wills (Collection Level Description)
Lists of Yorkshire wills, late 19th-early 20th cent.

Autograph Album of Harriet Young and Two Portrait Miniatures (Collection Level Description)
Harriet Young's autograph album, 1873-1914, and two portrait miniatures.

Liturgy of St. James as Celebrated on the Island of Zante (Collection Level Description)
Liturgy of St. James, in Greek, as celebrated the island of Zante, 18th-19th cent.

Correspondence of William Henry Zuylestein (Collection Level Description)
Diplomatic correspondence of William Henry Zuylestein, 4th Earl of Rochford, during his Turin embassy, 1749-55.


Manuscripts from c. 1900 onwards


Post-medieval science, technology and medicine collections

Works of Lascelles Abercrombie (Collection Level Description)
Lascelles Abercrombie (1881-1938), poet and critic.

Papers of (Arthur) St. John Adcock (Collection Level Description)
Papers of (Arthur) St. John Adcock (1864-1930), novelist and journalist, 19th-20th cent.

Addison Papers
Papers of Christopher Addison, 1st Viscount Addison (1869-1951), statesman.

Letters of Condolence to Dorothy, Viscountess Addison (Collection Level Description)
Letters of condolence to Dorothy, Viscountess Addison, on the death of her husband, 1951.

Papers Relating to the Dismissal of Cecilia M. Ady (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to events at St. Hugh's College, Oxford, following the dismissal of Cecilia M. Ady, history tutor, 1923-4.

Copies of Plays by Aeschylus (Collection Level Description)
Photocopies and enlargements from microfilm of parts of plays by Aeschylus, 20th cent.

Microfilms of Manuscripts of Aeschylus (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of manuscripts of Aeschylus, with a few other Greek texts: collected by Professor M.L. West, 20th cent.

Papers of the Association for the Education of Women in Oxford (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Association for the Education of Women in Oxford, 1877-1922.

Papers of the Agricultural and Economic Research Institute (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Agricultural and Economic Research Institute at Amani, Tanganyika, 1920-8.

Materials relating to 'Agrippa (a book of the dead)'
Documents concerning the production and reception of 'Agrippa (a book of the dead)', 1991-2005

Photograph Albums of the Ainslie-Williams Family (Collection Level Description)
Photograph Albums of the Ainslie-Williams Family, 19th-20th. cent.

Boyd Alexander Papers
Papers of Boyd Alexander (1913-80), publisher of works on William Beckford (1760-1844), author, MP, and art collector.

Marjorie Eugene Alexander Papers
Papers of Marjorie Eugene Alexander (b. 1913), New Zealand pianist, 1929-72.

Papers of Percy Stafford Allen (Collection Level Description)
Percy Stafford Allen (1869-1933) was an Erasmian scholar and President of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1924-33. The papers include his working papers on Erasmus and his time, as well as miscellaneous scholarly papers, family papers, and general correspondence, 1836-1942.

Journals of A.L. Allen (Collection Level Description)
Journals of Arthur Louis Allen of London, 1906-13.

Letters of Hope Emily Allen (Collection Level Description)
Letters of Hope Emily Allen (1883-1960), medieval scholar, 1932-60.

Transcript by W.S. Allen of Lambeth Palace MS. 98 (Collection Level Description)
Transcript by Ward S. Allen (b. 1922) of Lambeth Palace MS. 98, Epistles of Paul, James, Peter, John and Jude, late 20th cent.

W.S. Allen Notebooks
Collations of four texts of the Gospels in the Bishops' Bible and the Authorized Version, by Ward S. Allen (b 1922).

Papers of Miss Laurence Alma-Tadema (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Miss Laurence Alma-Tadema (d. 1940), author, 19th-20th cent.

Transcript of the Parish Registers of Alvescot, Oxfordshire (Collection Level Description)
Typed transcript of the parish registers of Alvescot in Oxfordshire, [1645-1950], by D.R. Mason, 20th cent.

Photographs by S.E. Ambler (Collection Level Description)
Photographs by S.E. Ambler, mainly of ecclesiastical buildings in Yorkshire, 1900-20.

Translation by J.E. Anderson (Collection Level Description)
Typescript copy of a translation by John Edward Anderson, 1969, of E.A. Alain's Propos.

Apollo University Lodge Papers
Papers of the Apollo University Lodge, Oxford, a Freemason's Lodge for past and present members of Oxford University.

Microfilms of the Registers of the Archbishops of Canterbury (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of the Registers of the Archbishops of Canterbury, 13th cent.-1645.

Photographs of Aristotle Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Professor D.S. Margoliouth's photographs of Aristotle manuscripts, 1910.

Photostats of Aristotle Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Photostats of Aristotle manuscripts, [10th-14th cent.]

Papers of G.E.P. Arkwright (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Godfrey Edward Pellew Arkwright (1864-1944), music scholar, 20th cent.

Papers of Sidney Arnold (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sidney Arnold (fl. 1955-1967), 1955-7, n.d.

Log Books of the Air Raid Precaution Warden at St. Hugh's College, Oxford (Collection Level Description)
Log books of the Air Raid Precaution Warden, Post C. 31, at St. Hugh's College, Oxford, 1939-45.

Papers of A.W. Ashby relating to John Payne Collier (Collection Level Description)
Papers of A.W. Ashby relating to John Payne Collier, 20th cent.

Microfilms of the Acessions Registers of the Department of Antiquities, Ashmolean Museum (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of the accessions registers of the Department of Antiquities, Ashmolean Museum, 1869-1969, 20th cent.

Records of the Ashmolean Natural History Society (Collection Level Description)
Records of the Ashmolean Natural History Society, 1828-1984.

Herbert Henry Asquith Papers
Correspondence and papers of Herbert Henry Asquith, Prime Minister 1908-16.

Margot Asquith Papers
Correspondence and papers of Margot Asquith, Countess of Oxford and Asquith, with correspondence and papers of other members of her family, 1862-1945.

Diary of Captain James B. Atkinson (Collection Level Description)
Diary of Captain James B. Atkinson (fl. 1925-85), member of the World Council of Churches, 1925-74.

Diaries of Captain James B. Atkinson (Collection Level Description)
Diaries of Captain James B. Atkinson (fl. 1925-85), member of the World Council of Churches, 1974-84.

Papers of Clement Richard Attlee, 1st Earl Attlee
Papers of Clement Richard Attlee, 1st Earl Attlee (1883-1967), Prime Minister 1945-51.

Letters of Clement Richard Attlee, 1st Earl Attlee
Letters from Clement Attlee, Prime Minister 1945-51, to his brother Thomas Simons Attlee, 1915-60.

Papers of T. Norman Ault (Collection Level Description)
Papers of T. Norman Ault (1880-1950), author and artist, 1910-56.

Notes by J.L. Austin (Collection Level Description)
Notes by John Langshaw Austin (1911-60), philosopher, 1951-5.

Working papers of David Ayerst
Working papers of David Ayerst (fl. 1971-1991), writer, for his biography of J.L. Garvin, late 20th cent.

Memoirs of Sir Edmund Trelawny Backhouse (Collection Level Description)
Memoirs of Sir Edmund Trelawny Backhouse (1873-1944), historian and sinologist, 1942-3.

Papers of Honor Balfour
Correspondence and papers of Honor Balfour (1912-2001), politician and journalist, 1916-2001.

Papers of Sir George Joseph Ball
Papers of Sir George Joseph Ball (1885-1961), Conservative Party activist, 1924-57.

Material concerning Balliol College and Oxford during the Great War (Collection Level Description)
A collection of material made by Hilda Margaret Pickard-Cambridge concerning Balliol College and Oxford during the First World War, 1917-24.

Papers of (Arthur) Owen Barfield
Correspondence, personal papers and literary papers of Owen Barfield (1898-1997), writer and philosopher.

Maurice Baring Typescript (Collection Level Description)
Typescript of 'Tinker's leave' by Maurice Baring (1874-1945), poet, 1927.

Papers of the Banbury Clerical Society (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Banbury Clerical Society, 1852-1973.

Papers of Sir Hugh Shakespear Barnes (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Hugh Shakespear Barnes (1853-1940), Indian civil servant, 1871-1922.

Notebooks of Geoffrey Baskerville (Collection Level Description)
Notebooks of Geoffrey Baskerville (1870-1944), historian, [?20th cent.].

Copies of Beethoven's Letters (Collection Level Description)
Facsimiles of Beethoven's letters, collected by Emily Anderson (1891-1962).

Belgian Refugee Committee Papers (Collection Level Description)
Volumes Relating to the Belgian Refugee Committee, 1914-20

Letters and Papers of F.A. Bellamy (Collection Level Description)
Letters and papers of Frank Arthur Bellamy (fl. 1870-1930), pharmacist, relating to the Oxfordshire Natural History Society and the Ashmolean Natural History Society, 1890-1910.

Photographs by F.A. Bellamy and H.W. Taunt (Collection Level Description)
Photographs of Oxford and its environs by Frank Arthur Bellamy (fl. 1870-1930), pharmacist, and Henry William Taunt (1842-1922), photographer and antiquary, [c. 1895-1902].

Papers of Alan Bennett
Papers of Alan Bennett, 1960s-2008, including diaries, scripts, short stories, articles, theatre programmes, audio-visual material and original box labels and folders.

Papers of Edward Bensly (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Edward Bensly (1863-1939), English scholar, 1882-1936.

Papers of Edmund Clerihew Bentley (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Edmund Clerihew Bentley (1875-1956), writer, 1890-1955.

Microfilms of Muniments of Berkeley Castle (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of Muniments of Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire.

Parochial Index of Berkshire Ecclesiastical Records (Collection Level Description)
Parochial index of Berkshire ecclesiastical records, 20th cent.

Sir Isaiah Berlin Papers
Correspondence and papers of Sir Isaiah Berlin (1909-97), philosopher and historian of ideas, with correspondence and papers of his parents, Mendel Borisovich Berlin (1884-1953), timber and bristle trader, and (Mussa) Marie Berlin (1880-1974).

Papers of A.J. Bethell (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Alfred John Bethell (d. 1921), 20th cent.

Papers of The Bibliographical Society
Archive of the Bibliographical Society, 1892-1999, including minutes, financial and membership papers, officers' papers and papers relating to publications.

Records of Bilson & Friendship Ltd. (Collection Level Description)
Records of Bilson & Friendship Ltd, Pharmacists, Bournemouth, Hampshire, 1878-1952.

Coghill Letters to Binns
Letters of Nevill Coghill to Graham Binns, 1948-80.

Birrell Papers
Correspondence of Augustine Birrell (1850-1933) as Chief Secretary for Ireland, 1907-16.

Letters from Edmund Bishop to Kenneth Sisam (Collection Level Description)
Letters from Edmund Bishop (1846-1917), liturgiologist and historian, to Kenneth Sisam (1887-1971), author and scholar of medieval literature, 1911-17.

Papers of R.S. Blaker (Collection Level Description)
Literary manuscripts, papers and correspondence of Richard Sidney Blaker (1893-1940), 1916-66.

Papers of Richard Blaker (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Richard Sidney Blaker (1893-1940), author, [c. 1893-1971].

Manuscripts of Harry Blamires (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Harry Blamires (fl. 1950-1965), author.

Books and Papers of James Blish (Collection Level Description)
James Blish (1921-75) was a science fiction writer.

Letters from Edmund Blunden to A.H. Buck (Collection Level Description)
Letters from Edmund Charles Blunden (1896-1974), poet, teacher, critic, and biographer, to Archibald Hector Buck (1900-1987), 1917-67.

Financial Transactions of the British National Committee of the International Peace Campaign (Collection Level Description)
Financial transactions of the British National Committee of the International Peace Campaign, 1936-40.

Papers of A. Maud Bodkin (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Amy Maud Bodkin (1875-1967), author and literary critic, 1928-67.

Papers of J.E.C. Bodley (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John Edward Courtenay Bodley (1853-1925), barrister and historian, 1874-1925.

Papers of Sir Walter Bodmer and Lady Julia Bodmer
Papers of Sir Walter Bodmer (b. 1936) and Julia, Lady Bodmer (1934-2001), geneticists.

Papers of Francis Bond and other Ecclesiologists (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Francis Bond (1850?-1918) and other ecclesiologists, 1891-1934.

Lady Bonham Carter Papers
Correspondence and papers, 1892-1969 of Lady Violet Bonham Carter, Baroness Asquith of Yarnbury (1887-1969), Liberal political figure, with correspondence and papers of other members of her family, 1852-2000.

Papers of Elizabeth Bosanquet (Collection Level Description)
Letters and autographs collected by Elizabeth Bosanquet (fl. 1900-35), 1815-1935.

Diaries of Aylwin Bowen (Collection Level Description)
Diaries of Aylwin Bowen (fl. 1918-1950), writer and printer, 1918-50.

Papers of 1st Viscount Boyd of Merton (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Alan Tindal Lennox-Boyd, 1st Viscount Boyd of Merton. The papers largely relate to the period after Boyd's resignation from the Cabinet in 1959.

Papers of Mr. L.F. Bradburn (Collection Level Description)
Bradburn's papers on the history of the Old Bank, High Street, Oxford and the Parsons and Thomson families, [c. 1960-70].

Collection of Brass Rubbings (Collection Level Description)
Collection of brass rubbings from various places in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Devon, Kent, Northamptonshire and Surrey, 20th cent.

Brass Rubbings from the Monumental Brass of Sir Humfrey Style (Collection Level Description)
Brass Rubbings from the monumental brass of Sir Humfrey Style, Beckenham, Kent, 20th cent.

Brass Rubbings of Two Brasses in St. Andrew, Chinnor, Oxfordshire (Collection Level Description)
Brass rubbings of two 14th cent. brasses in St. Andrew, Chinnor, Oxfordshire, [20th cent.?].

Collections of A.J.G. Bricknell (Collection Level Description)
Collections of A.J.G. Bricknell, genealogist, for a history of the Quatremain family of Oxfordshire, 1894-1917.

Papers of Robert Seymour Bridges (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Robert Bridges, Poet Laureate, 1913-30. The papers include drafts and fair copies of his poetical, dramatic, and prose works, anthologies and editions, and church music, 1865-1969.

Letters of Robert Bridges (Collection Level Description)
Letters of Robert Bridges, mainly to Sir Henry John Newbolt, 1869-1929.

Papers of Philip E. Brierley
Papers of Philip E. Brierley relating to the New Testament, 1948.

Microfilms of British Museum Class Catalogues of Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of British Museum class catalogues of manuscripts, 20th cent.

Papers of Vera Brittain (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Vera Mary Brittain (1893-1970), afterwards Catlin, author, feminist and pacifist, 1949-50.

Modern Calligraphy and Illumination by Miss Rosalie May Brown (Collection Level Description)
Modern calligraphy and illumination by Miss Rosalie May Brown (b. 1912), calligrapher, 1929-85.

Papers of the British Association for the Advancement of Science (Collection Level Description)
The archives of the Association cover all aspects of its work over most of the 150 years of its existence, with the records of the annual meetings predominating, 1831-1972.

Day-books of J.H. Bruce (Collection Level Description)
Day-books of John Henry Bruce (fl. 1907-1917), plumber.

Business Records of Roy John Bruce (Collection Level Description)
Business records of Roy John Bruce (fl. 1946-1981), plumber, 1946-69.

Notebooks of Dutch Texts Compiled by A.L. de Bruyne (Collection Level Description)
Notebooks of Dutch texts compiled by A.L. de Bruyne (fl. 1965).

Letters from John N. Bryson to Reginald Littleboy (Collection Level Description)
Letters from John N. Bryson, fellow of Balliol College, Oxford, to Reginald Littleboy, 1929-69.

Journals of Antonia R. Bullard and Laurence Heyworth (Collection Level Description)
Travel journals of Antonia R. Bullard and Laurence Heyworth, 1974-5.

Papers of Gerald W. Bullett (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Gerald William Bullett (1893-1958), writer, 20th cent.

Papers of Edith Bülbring
Correspondence and papers of Edith Bülbring (1903-90), pharmacologist and physiologist, 1933-90.

Butt Papers
Correspondence and notes of John Everett Butt, 1932-64.

Music of George Sainton Kaye Butterworth (Collection Level Description)
Music of George Sainton Kaye Butterworth (1885-1916), composer and folk song collector, 1909-14.

Music Manuscripts of George Sainton Kaye Butterworth (Collection Level Description)
Music manuscripts of George Sainton Kaye Butterworth (1885-1916), composer and folk song collector, 1913-[c. 1917].

Papers of Cecil John Cadoux (Collection Level Description)
The papers of C.J. Cadoux (1883-1947), theologian. Many of the papers relate to the Congregational church. They also include the papers of his father and other family papers, 1732-1966.

Two Calligraphic Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Two calligraphic manuscripts, one written by Bertha Bell and illustrated by Lawrence Christie, c. 1930, the other in an unidentified hand, 1929.

Papers of A.J. Carlyle (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Alexander James Carlyle (1861-1943), historian of political thought, 1867-1970.

Papers of (Leonard) Robert Carr
Papers of (Leonard) Robert Carr, Baron Carr of Hadley, 1942-2004.

Papers of Joyce Cary (Collection Level Description)
Cary's papers include manuscripts and typescripts of published and unpublished works; files and notebooks; correspondence; and autobiographical and miscellaneous papers, newspaper cuttings and theses, mid-19th cent.-1965.

Photostats of Manuscripts of Cassiodorus Institutiones I, II (Collection Level Description)
Photostats of 7th-12th cent. manuscripts of Cassiodorus Institutiones I, II .

Barbara Castle Papers
Correspondence and papers of Barbara Anne Castle, Baroness Castle of Blackburn (1910-2002), Labour politician.

Photostats of Manuscripts of Catena on Paul (Collection Level Description)
Photostats of 10th-12th cent. manuscripts of catena on Paul.

Microfilms of Papers relating to the Catholic Apostolic Church (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of papers relating to the Catholic Apostolic Church, 20th cent.

Challen Transcripts (Collection Level Description)
Typescript copies of parish registers and of bishops's transcripts of registers made by W.H. Challen, 1929-58

Papers of Sir Edmund Kerchever Chambers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Edmund Kerchever Chambers (1866-1954)), English scholar, 1882-1950.

Papers of E.K. Chambers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Edmund Kerchever Chambers (1866-1954)), English scholar, 1930.

Papers of Raymond Chandler (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Raymond Chandler (1888-1959), author, 1914-85.

Papers of Robert William Chapman (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Robert William Chapman (1881-1960), English scholar and editor, 1884-1967.

Papers of Bruce Chatwin
Papers of (Charles) Bruce Chatwin (1940-89), writer.

Papers of G.L. Cheesman (Collection Level Description)
Papers of George Leonard Cheesman (1894-1915), historian, 1913-15.

Photographs and Drawings of Christ Church (Collection Level Description)
Photographs and drawings of Christ Church, Oxford, 1870-1947.

Christ Church Lists (Collection Level Description)
Lists of occupiers of rooms in Christ Church, Oxford, 1902-6.

Catalogues of Christ Church Muniments (Collection Level Description)
Catalogues of Muniments at Christ Church, Oxford, by E.G.W. Bill, 1953.

Morning Reports of the Porters at Christ Church, Oxford (Collection Level Description)
Morning reports of the porters at Christ Church to the Senior Censor, F.J. Haverfield, 1901-6.

Microfilms of Histories and Historical Reports of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (British Mission) (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of Histories..., 20th cent.

Microfiche Index of Baptisms, Marriages and a few Burials, compiled by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Collection Level Description)
Microfiche of Index..., 20th cent.

Records of the Circus Club (Collection Level Description)
Records of the Circus Club, London, 1920-71.

Diary of Rev. Andrew Clark (Collection Level Description)
Diary of Andrew Clark (1856-1922), rector and antiquary, August 1914-December 1919.

Newspaper Cuttings collected by Rev. Andrew Clark (Collection Level Description)
Newspaper Cuttings collected by Andrew Clark (1856-1922), rector and antiquary, 1914-19.

Jesus College Collections of Rev. Andrew Clark (Collection Level Description)
Collections for the history of Jesus College, Oxford, by Andrew Clark (1856-1922), rector and antiquary, 1914.

Essex Collections of Rev. Andrew Clark (Collection Level Description)
Essex notes and collections by Andrew Clark (1856-1922), rector and antiquary, 1867-1914.

Oxford College Collections of Rev. Andrew Clark (Collection Level Description)
Oxford College collections made by Andrew Clark (1856-1922), rector and antiquary, 1886-1914.

Hertfordshire Notes of Rev. Andrew Clark (Collection Level Description)
Church notes for Hertfordshire, by Andrew Clark (1856-1922), rector and antiquary, 1913.

Papers of A.C. Clark (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Albert Curtis Clark (1859-1937), Latin scholar, 18th-20th cent.

Clark Papers
Papers of William Donaldson Clark (1916-85) journalist and development worker.

Parliamentary Reports to the Queen by Sir Walter Clegg
Parliamentary reports to the Queen by Sir Walter Clegg (1920-94), Conservative MP for North Fylde, as Vice-Chamberlain of the Royal household, 1973-4.

Papers of Stephen Clissold
Papers of Stephen Clissold (1913-82), public servant and writer, 1940-83.

Coghill Papers
Papers of Neville Coghill, 1930-79, Fellow and Tutor of English Literature at Exeter College, Oxford, and subsequently Merton Professor of English Literature.

Scrapbooks compiled by Mrs M.R. Coker (Collection Level Description)
Scrapbooks compiled by Mrs M.R. Coker (d. 1978) of Bicester House, Oxfordshire.

Lady Colefax Papers
Correspondence and papers, with some related family letters, 1851-1988, of Sibyl, Lady Colefax (1874-1950), wife of Sir Arthur Colefax, society hostess, and co-founder of the firm of Colefax & Fowler.

Papers of Robin George Collingwood (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Robin George Collingwood (1889-1943), philosopher and historian, c.1913-42.

Photocopies of Robin George Collingwood Papers (Collection Level Description)
Photocopies of Robin George Collingwood papers, 20th cent.

Correspondence between R.G. Collingwood and Gilbert Ryle (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence between Robin George Collingwood (1889-1943), and Gilbert Ryle (1900-76), philosophers, 1935.

Papers of, and Relating to, Joseph Conrad
Papers of, and relating to, Joseph Conrad (1857-1924), novelist, 1919-35.

Conservative Party Archive
Records of the Conservative Party's central organisation, 1867-present, including papers of Conservative Central Office, the National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations, and Area Offices, and a library of published and printed material.

Journals of A.M. Cook (Collection Level Description)
Journals of Alfred Marshall Cook (fl. 1877-1921), surmaster of St. Paul's school, London, 1877-1921.

Corpus Christi Menus (Collection Level Description)
Menus of hall dinners at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1899-1903.

Papers of W.C. Costin (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Conrad Costin (1893-1970), President of St. John's College, Oxford, 1931-2.

Music Manuscripts of Sir Frederic Hymen Cowen (Collection Level Description)
Music manuscripts of Sir Frederic Hymen Cowen (1852-1935), composer and conductor, 1878-1934.

Papers Accumulated by Sir Arthur Cowley (Collection Level Description)
Papers accumulated by Sir Arthur Ernest Cowley (1861-1931), Bodley's Librarian, 1926-31.

Cox Family 'Budget' (Collection Level Description)
The Cox family 'Budget', consists of letters and exercise books containing letters circulated by the ten children of J.C. Cox and his wife Marian, and later by the children of married siblings, 1906-85.

Papers of O. G. S. Crawford (Collection Level Description)
Papers of O. G. S. Crawford (1886-1957), archaeologist, 1832-1957.

Copies of Roman Poetry by Francis Crease (Collection Level Description)
Calligraphic copies of poems by Horace, Lucretius, Catullus and others by Francis Crease 1917-18.

Folklore Notes of Rev. Addison Crofton (Collection Level Description)
Folklore notes of Rev. Addison Crofton (fl. 1901-2), clergyman.

Diaries and Notebooks of Margaret Norah Crompton (Collection Level Description)
Diaries and Notebooks of Margaret Norah Crompton, 1914-80.

Papers of William Montgomery Crook and Alfred H. Crook
Papers of William Montgomery Crook (1860-1945), Liberal politician, and Alfred H. Crook (fl. 1930-59), 1883-1959.

Crookshank Papers
Diaries and speeches of Captain Harry Frederick Comfort Crookshank, Viscount Crookshank, statesman, 1925-61.

Crowe Papers
Correspondence and Papers of Sir Eyre Crowe (1864-1925), Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1920-5.

Plans of Cuddesdon Palace (Collection Level Description)
Photostat copy of plans of the ground, first, and second floors of Cuddesdon Palace, Oxfordshire, made for the Church Commissioners, 1945.

Papers of Lionel Curtis and of the Round Table (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Lionel George Curtis (1872-1955), colonial theorist and historian. The papers of the Round Table include papers concerning its administration, correspondence, memoranda and reports, and press cuttings, 1677-1971 (predominantly 20th cent.).

Typescript of Places Marked on the 1935 and 1938 Ordnance Survey Maps of Dark Age Britain (Collection Level Description)
Typescript of places marked on the 1935 and 1938 Ordnance Survey maps of Dark Age Britain, with details of the archaeological and documentary evidence for each site, 1942.

Transcript of the Building Accounts of Dartford Manor House (Collection Level Description)
Typescript copies, with manuscript notes, of the building accounts of Dartford manor house, 1541-4, [c. 1959].

Translation by F.D.S. Darwin (Collection Level Description)
Translation by Francis Darwin Swift Darwin (fl. 1900-1945) of Jan Busch (1399-? 1479), Liber de reformatione monasteriorum, 20th cent.

Papers of Harihar Das (Collection Level Description)
Typescript account of the embassy of Sir William Norris to the court of the Emperor Aurangzib in 1698-1702, by Harihar Das, 20th cent.

The Indian States Enquiry Committee Papers of John Colin Campbell Davidson (Collection Level Description)
The Indian States Enquiry Committee Papers of John Colin Campbell Davidson (1889-1970), 1st Viscount Davidson, 1931-9.

Papers of Herbert Davis (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Herbert John Davis (1893-1967), English scholar, 1933-67.

Photocopies of Papers Relating to Jonathan Swift, Collected by Professor Herbert Davis (Collection Level Description)
Photocopies of 17th and 18th cent. papers relating to Jonathan Swift, collected by Professor Herbert John Davis (1893-1967), English scholar, 20th cent.

Papers of H.W.C. Davis (Collection Level Description)
Notes and lectures, with some miscellaneous papers, of Henry William Carless Davis (1874-1928), Regius Professor of Modern History at Oxford, 19th-20th cent.

Letters to H.W.C. Davis, and to his Widow
Letters to Henry William Carless Davis (1874-1928), Regius Professor of Modern History at Oxford, and to his widow, 1897-1933.

Two Typescript Essays by Miss W.H. Dawes (Collection Level Description)
Two typescript essays by Miss W.H. Dawes, 1947-50.

Papers of Geoffrey Dawson (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Geoffrey Dawson (1874-1944), editor of The Times, 1893-1963.

Translations by A.W. Dawson of Works by German Historians (Collection Level Description)
Translations by A.W. Dawson (fl. 1900-1911) of works by German historians.

Papers of Sir Robin Day
Correspondence and papers of, and newscuttings collected by, Sir Robin Day (1923-2000), television broadcaster and journalist, 1950-2001.

Papers of E.S. de Beer (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Esmond Samuel de Beer (1895-1990), historical scholar and editor, 1931-90.

Papers and photographs of L.M.J. Delaissé (Collection Level Description)
Papers and photographs of L.M.J. Delaissé (fl. 1959-72), writer, 20th cent.

Edmund Dell's Diary
Diary of Edmund Dell (1921-99), Labour MP, 1974-5.

Correspondence and papers of Edmund Dell
Correspondence and papers of Edmund Dell (1921-99), Labour MP, political and economic historian.

Papers of Sidney Dell
Papers of Sidney Dell (1918-90), economist and United Nations official, 1943-90.

Papers of Clara Sophie Deneke (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Clara Sophie Deneke (1847-1933), author, 1882-1969.

Papers of Sir Willoughby Hyett Dickinson
Papers of Sir Willoughby Hyett Dickinson, 1st Baron Dickinson (1859-1943), politician, 1914-1944.

Handlist of Latin Liturgical Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library, by S.J.P. Van Dijk (Collection Level Description)
Handlist of Latin liturgical manuscripts in the Bodleian Library, by S.J.P. Van Dijk, 1957-60.

Dixey Family Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Dixey family, mainly of F.A. and H.G. Dixey, 1868-1974.

Address Book of E.R. Dodds
Address book belonging to Eric Robertson Dodds (1893-1979), classical scholar, mid 20th cent.

E.S. Dodgson Translations (Collection Level Description)
English translations by Edward Spencer Dodgson (fl. 1900-1919), translator of Basque works, [1900?].

Translations by Sir James Douie (Collection Level Description)
Translations by Sir James Douie (1854-1935), colonial administrator, late 19th-early 20th cent.

Photostats of Manuscripts of Joannes Doxapatres (Collection Level Description)
Photostats of 14th and 16th cent. manuscripts of Joannes Doxapatres, commentary on Hermogenes On Ideas.

D'Oyley Family Genealogy Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers, including pedigrees and photographs, concerning the genealogy of the D'Oyley family collected from manuscript and printed sources by Miss E. D'Oyley, 1940-58.

Transcript of the Diary of Sir Charles Patrick Duff (Collection Level Description)
Transcript of the diary of Sir Charles Patrick Duff (1889-1972), as an officer during the Gallipoli campaign, 1915-16.

Duke Papers
Papers of Henry Duke, 1st Baron Merrivale (1855-1939), Chief Secretary for Ireland, 1916-1919.

Accounts by J. Duncan Relating to Dissenting Churches and Churchmen in Bury St. Edmunds (Collection Level Description)
Carbon typescript of pamphlets containing accounts by J. Duncan of dissenting churches and churchmen in Bury St. Edmunds from the 16th to the 19th century, 1955-61.

Papers of S.G. Dunn (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Stanley Gerald Dunn (1879-1964), English scholar, 19th-20th cent.

Papers of Robert P. Eckert (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Robert Paul Eckert (d. 1966), biographer, 1897-1965.

Papers of E.R. Eddison (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Eric Rucker Eddison (1882-1945), author, 1892-1958.

Photocopies of Plays by David Edgar and Trevor Griffiths (Collection Level Description)
Photocopies of typescripts of unpublished plays by David Burman Edgar (b. 1948) and Trevor Griffiths (b. 1935), [c. 197--199-].

Papers relating to the Education of Women at Oxford University (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to the education of women at Oxford University, 1906-79.

Translation of Dante's The Divine Comedy by E.J. Edwardes (Collection Level Description)
Translation of Dante's The Divine Comedy by Edward Joshua Edwardes, published as The Journey of Dante, part 1 (London, 1915), including notes, [c. 1900-16].

Papers of the Eighty Club (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Eighty Club, London, 1881-1979.

Works of T.S. Eliot (Collection Level Description)
Manuscript and typescript drafts of 'Marina' and 'The Rock' and a typescript translation of 'Anabase', 1924-34.

Papers of Vivienne Haigh Eliot (Collection Level Description)
Personal and business correspondence, diaries, account books, notebooks, and miscellaneous papers, 1914-36.

Papers of Mary Elliot (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Mary Caroline Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound (1858-1940), Extra Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Mary and wife of the 4th Earl of Minto, 1905-52.

Papers of Robinson Ellis (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Robinson Ellis (1834-1913), classical scholar and philologist, 19th-20th cent.

Collections by K.V. Elphinstone (Collection Level Description)
Collections by Kenneth Vaughan Elphinstone (1878-1963), colonial civil servant, for a history of the Elphinstone family, 1925-9.

Emden Papers (Collection Level Description)
Photocopies of wills used by A.B. Emden for A biographical register of the University of Oxford to A.D. 1500.

Papers of Evelyn Emmet (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Evelyn Violet Elizabeth Emmet, Baroness Emmet of Amberley, including diaries, correspondence, speeches, articles, broadcasts, and printed papers relating to her political career, [1928?]-1979.

Additional Papers of Evelyn Emmet (Collection Level Description)
Additional papers of Evelyn Emmet, Baroness Emmet of Amberley. The papers include correspondence, news cuttings, speeches, printed ephemera, photographs and miscellaneous items concerning Evelyn Emmet's political career, 19th -20th cent.

Enright Papers
Correspondence and papers of Derek Enright (1935-95), Labour MEP.

Notebooks of D.D. Evans (Collection Level Description)
Notebooks of D.D. Evans, 1964.

Antiquarian Collections of H.F. Owen Evans (Collection Level Description)
Antiquarian collections of H.F. Owen Evans (d. 1966), antiquary, 17th-20th cent.

Correspondence of Norah H. Evans (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Norah Holden Evans (d. 1973), historian, 1942-71.

Papers of W.Y. Evans-Wentz (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Walter Yeeling Evans-Wentz (1878-1965), anthropologist, 1902-83.

Transcript of the Diary of John Evelyn (Collection Level Description)
Transcript of the diary of John Evelyn (1620-1706), diarist, traveller, numismatist, antiquary, and gardener, 20th cent.

Bodleian Series of Miscellaneous Facsimiles (Collection Level Description)
Bodleian series of miscellaneous facsimiles, 20th cent.

Music Manuscripts of Ernest Bristow Farrar (Collection Level Description)
Music Manuscripts of Ernest Bristow Farrar (1885-1918), composer and organist, [c. 1908-1918].

Farrer Letters
Letters from Austin Marsden Farrer to his parents, 1923-53.

Papers of Joan Feisenberger (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Joan Feisenberger (d. 1992), 1802-1990.

Compositions and Notebooks of Howard Ferguson (Collection Level Description)
Compositions and Notebooks of Howard Ferguson (1908-99), composer, 1928-59.

Ethel Fiedler Papers (Collection Level Description)
Letters, printed items and newscuttings, 1891-1945

Works of Gerald Finzi (Collection Level Description)
Works of Gerald Finzi (1901-56), composer, 1916-65.

Music Manuscripts of Gerald Finzi (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts and photocopies of scores by Gerald Finzi (1901-56), composer, [c. 1945-56].

Autograph and Copyists' Manuscripts of Gerald Finzi's Requiem da camera (Collection Level Description)
Autograph and copyists' manuscripts of Requiem da camera by Gerald Finzi (1901-56), composer, 1924-84.

Papers of H.A.L. Fisher (Collection Level Description)
Herbert Albert Laurens Fisher (1865-1940) was a historian, statesman and Warden of New College, Oxford, 1925-40.

Additional Fisher Family Papers
Correspondence of Cordelia Curle (1879-1970), with additional papers of H.A.L Fisher (1865-1940), historian and politician, and additional papers of the Fisher family.

Literary Papers of James Elroy Flecker (Collection Level Description)
Literary Papers of James Elroy Flecker (1884-1915), poet and dramatist, 1898-1915.

Papers of Mrs. P. Francillon (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Mrs. P. Francillon, 1789-91, 1852, 1860-6, 1910.

Frankenburg Correspondence
Correspondence of Charis Frankenburg with her family, 1927-45.

Unfinished Catalogue by John Fraser of some Irish Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library (Collection Level Description)
Unfinished catalogue by John Fraser (1882-1945), Professor of Celtic in Jesus College, Oxford, of some Irish manuscripts in the Bodleian Library, [c. 1928-31].

Papers of Sir Malcolm Fraser
Papers of Sir John Malcolm Fraser (1878-1949), MP, 1910-1960.

Typescript Essay by R.C. Frewen (Collection Level Description)
Typescript essay by R.C. Frewen (fl. 1954), 20th cent.

Accounts of Holiday Journeys by Dorothy M. Frost (Collection Level Description)
Accounts of holiday journeys by Dorothy M. Frost, of Teignmouth, Devon, 1929-33.

Bindery Journals and Notebooks of Anthony Gardner (Collection Level Description)
Bindery journals and notebooks of Anthony Gardner (1887-1973), bookbinder, 1937-73.

Papers of Anthony Gardner (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Anthony Gardner (1887-1973), bookbinder, 1953-73.

Working Papers of Dame Helen Gardner (Collection Level Description)
Working papers of Dame Helen Gardner (1908-86), relating to her edition of The divine poems of John Donne, 1943-50.

Papers of T.G. and R.G. Gayer-Anderson (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Thomas Gayer Gayer-Anderson (1881-1960), illustrator, and Robert Grenville Gayer-Anderson (1881-1945), major, Egyptian administrator, and author, 19th-20th cent.

Papers of the Gehenna Press
The archive of the Gehenna Press, an American private press founded by the artist Leonard Baskin (1922-2000), which published from 1942-2005.

Papers of the General Electric Company of India Ltd.
Papers of the General Electric Company of India Ltd, 1945-98, with personal papers of P. Ghosh (b.1926), Indian electrical engineer.

Microfilms of Records of the German Army (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of Records of the German Army, 1926-45.

Microfilms of Records of the German Army (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of Records of the German Army, 1922-45.

Microfilms of German Documents (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of German documents, [1933-43].

Gerrard Thesis on Wrought Ironwork (Collection Level Description)
Thesis for the R.I.B.A. final examination, 1937, entitled 'The development of wrought ironwork in Oxford'.

Papers of Sir Hamilton Gibb (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Hamilton Alexander Rosskeen Gibb (1895-1971), Arabic scholar, [1925-60].

Diary of R.W.M. Gibbs (Collection Level Description)
Diary of Reginald William Malyon Gibbs (fl. 1914-33), 1914-20.

Index Compiled by J.S.W. Gibson (Collection Level Description)
Index to the marriage registers of about 100 Oxfordshire parishes compiled by Jeremy Sumner Wycherley Gibson (b. 1934).

Papers of Strickland Gibson (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Strickland Gibson (1877-1958), librarian and bibliographer, 1897-1948.

Manuscripts Collected by Strickland Gibson (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts collected by Strickland Gibson (1877-1958), librarian and bibliographer, 16th-19th cent.

Topographical Collections by Edgar Glanfield (Collection Level Description)
Topographical collections for Oxfordshire and for Fritwell by Edgar Glanfield (d. 1955), vicar of Fritwell and an antiquary, 20th cent.

Diaries of A.D. Godley (Collection Level Description)
Diaries of Alfred Denis Godley (1856-1925), classical scholar and poet, 1893-1931.

Goodhart Papers
Papers of Arthur Lehman Goodhart (1891-1978), Master of University College, Oxford, and editor of the Law Quarterly Review.

Photographs of the Buildings and Inhabitants of Goosey, Berkshire (Collection Level Description)
Photographs of the buildings and inhabitants of Goosey in Berkshire, 19th-20th cent., collected by Violet M. Howse (b. 1906).

Papers of George, Viscount Goschen (Collection Level Description)
Papers of George Joachim Goschen, 1st Viscount Goschen (1831-1907), statesman, 1895-1906.

Papers of George, Viscount Goschen, (ii) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of George Joachim Goschen, 1st Viscount Goschen (1831-1907), statesman, 1880-1907.

Kenneth Grahame Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers and letters of Kenneth Grahame, his wife Elspeth and his sister-in-law Winifred Hope Thomson, including papers relating to The Wind in the Willows, 19th-20th cent.

Papers Relating to Grange Hill Farm (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to Grange Hill Farm, Bishop Auckland, Durham, 1884-1984.

Papers of Leonard Green (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Leonard Green (fl. 1906-57), author and industrial advisor on labour relations.

Papers of Robert North Green-Armytage
Papers of Robert North Green-Armytage (fl. 1918-56), lawyer and book collector, 1918-56.

Kenneth Grahame Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of or relating to 'The Wind in the Willows', [c. 1907-33]

Concordances compiled by H.W. Greene (Collection Level Description)
Concordances of Greek writers compiled by Herbert Wilson Greene (1857-1933), classical scholar, 1902-21.

Greenwood Papers
Correspondence and papers, 1846-1995, of Arthur Greenwood (1880-1954) and Anthony Greenwood, Baron Greenwood of Rossendale (1911-82), Labour politicians and Cabinet ministers.

Papers of Sir Walter Greg (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Walter Wilson Greg (1875-1959), bibliographer, Shakespearean scholar and historian. [c. 1940]-1955.

Transcript of the Journal of C.C.F. Greville (Collection Level Description)
Transcript of the journal of Charles Cavendish Fulke Greville (1794-1865), clerk to the Privy Council, c. 1924.

Letters of Edward, Viscount Grey of Fallodon (Collection Level Description)
Letters of Edward, Viscount Grey of Fallodon (1862-1933), statesman, 1886-1931.

Translation by Flora Grierson (Collection Level Description)
Translation by Flora Grierson (fl. 1932-1958) of Pope Pius II's Commentarii, 1932-9.

Papers of Sir Herbert Grierson (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Herbert John Clifford Grierson (1866-1960), scholar of English literature, relating to John Donne, 1906-50.

Microfilms of the Papers of Edward William Macleay Grigg (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of the papers of Edward William Macleay Grigg, 1st Baron Altrincham (1879-1955), politician, 20th cent.

Works of Philip Guedalla (Collection Level Description)
Works of Philip Guedalla (1899-1944), historian, [c. 1914-1944].

Memoirs of F.H.H. Guillemard (Collection Level Description)
Memoirs of Francis Henry Hill Guillemard (1852-1933), traveller and writer, [c. 1922-32].

Collections by Louise Imogen Guiney (Collection Level Description)
Collections by Louise Imogen Guiney (1861-1920), American poet and essayist, [c. 1890]-1914.

Diaries of Erika Haarman (Collection Level Description)
Diaries of Erika Haarman (Mrs. Michael Spender) (fl. 1932-1937), 1932-5.

Notes by Konrad Haebler (Collection Level Description)
Notes on bindings and bookbinders by Konrad Haebler (1857-1946), 19th-20th cent.

Alfred Matthew Hale Papers (Collection Level Description)
Music of Alfred Matthew Hale (1876-1960), composer, 1897-1955.

Notebooks of Dorothy M. Hall (Collection Level Description)
Notebooks of Dorothy Mabel Hall (d. 1973), historian, 1968-73.

Papers of Patrick Halsey (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Patrick Halsey (1905-88), master at Lancing College, East Sussex, 1877-1988.

Photograph Albums of Charles and Eulalie Hamblen-Thomas (Collection Level Description)
Photograph albums illustrating the lives of Charles Hamblen-Thomas, surgeon, 1887-1977, and of his wife, Eulalie Hamblen-Thomas, 1901-73.

Letters to Sir George Rostrevor Hamilton (Collection Level Description)
Letters to Sir George Rostrevor Hamilton (1888-1967), poet, writer and civil servant, 1911-66.

Papers of J.L.L. Hammond (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John Lawrence Le Breton Hammond (1872-1949), journalist and historian, 1805-1961.

Additional Papers of J.L.L. Hammond (Collection Level Description)
Additional papers of John Lawrence Le Breton Hammond (1872-1949) and Lucy Barbara Hammond (1873-1961), historians, 1725-1993.

Papers Collected by T.W. Hanson (Collection Level Description)
Papers collected by Thomas William Hanson (1877-1967), antiquary, 18th-20th cent.

Papers of Dr. Frank M. Hardie (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Frank Martin Hardie (fl. 1926-77), author.

Harding and Fiedler Diaries (Collection Level Description)
Travel Diaries of Ethel Mary Harding (later Fiedler) and Herma Fiedler

Papers of Geoffrey W. Harris, 1913-1972
The papers of Geoffrey Wingfield Harris, physiologist and endocrinologist (1913-1971).

Correspondence and papers of Jenifer Hart
Correspondence and papers of Jennifer Hart (1914-2005), civil servant and historian, and of her father, John Fischer Williams (1870-1947), international lawyer.

Microfiches of Harvard Law School legal manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Microfiches of Harvard Law School legal manuscripts, 1329-1850.

Works of Basil Harwood (Collection Level Description)
Works of Basil Harwood (1859-1949), musician and composer, 1880-1934.

Musical Compositions of Dr. Basil Harwood (Collection Level Description)
Autograph musical compositions of Dr. Basil Harwood (1859-1949), musician and composer, early 20th cent.

Typescripts of Novels by Alice Harwood (Collection Level Description)
Typescripts of two novels by Alice Harwood (fl. 1939-85), author, mid 20th cent.

Diaries of C.H. Hawes (Collection Level Description)
Diaries of C.H. Hawes (1867-1943), American anthropologist, [c.1887]-1935.

Papers of Maurice F. Headlam and Brigadier General Hugh R. Headlam (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Maurice Francis Headlam (1873-1956), civil servant, and Brigadier General Hugh R. Headlam (1877-1955), 1871-1963.

Tracing and Drawings of Watermarks by Edward Heawood (Collection Level Description)
Tracing and drawings of watermarks by Edward Heawood (1863-1949), librarian, 20th cent.

Papers of Sylvia Henley (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sylvia Laura Henley (1882-1980), 1911-28.

Hensley Henson Lectures, University of Oxford
Series of lectures in theology, typescript and word-processed, 1989-2002.

Microfilms of Hereford Cathedral Library Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)

Calendar and Index of the First Hereford Cathedral Dean and Chapter Act Book (Collection Level Description)
Calendar and index of the first Hereford Cathedral Dean and Chapter act book, 1512-66, compiled by Miss Penelope Morgan, 1973-4.

Letters from Princess Margaret of Hesse to Hilda, Lady Corkran (Collection Level Description)
Letters from Margaret Beatrice Feodora, Princess of Hesse (1872-1954), to Hilda, Lady Corkran (1875-1961), 1908-51.

Diaries of Lionel Hichens, General Sir Neville Lyttelton and Lady Lyttelton (Collection Level Description)
Diaries of William Lionel Hichens (1874-1940), industrialist and businessman, Sir Neville Gerald Lyttelton (1845-1931), general, and Lady Katharine Sarah Lyttelton (fl. 1892-1893), 1874-1929.

Papers of William Lionel Hichens
Papers of William Lionel Hichens (1874-1940), industrialist and businessman, 1889-[1940].

Bibliographical Collections of C.J. Hindle (Collection Level Description)
Bibliographical collections of Christopher Joseph Hindle (fl. 1924-1969), assistant librarian, Bodleian Library, [c. 1930-2].

Papers and correspondence of Dorothy Mary Crowfoot Hodgkin, 1828 - 1993
The papers of Dorothy Mary Crowfoot Hodgkin, scientist and biochemist (1910-93)

Additional papers of Dorothy Mary Crowfoot Hodgkin
Personal papers, correspondence, research papers and other material of Dorothy Mary Crowfoot Hodgkin, chemist, 1919-2003.

Papers of John Hodgkin (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John Hodgkin (1857-1930), bibliophile, 19th-20th cent.

Microfilms of Holkham Hall Papers (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of Holkham Hall papers, including estate papers and domestic accounts.

Microfilms of Holkham Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Microfilm copies of the manuscripts in the Library of the Earl of Leicester at Holkham Hall.

C. Holmes Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of C. Holmes relating to Chipping Norton, 1907-8.

R.V. Holt, 'The life of Robert Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh ... 1769-1822' (Collection Level Description)
Typescript thesis: 'The life of Robert Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh ... 1769-1822' by Raymond Vincent Holt (1885-1957), 1909.

Record of Graves in Holywell Cemetery, Oxford (Collection Level Description)
Record of graves in Holywell Cemetery, Oxford, compiled by Canon Peter Bostock, 1986-8.

Hornby Papers
Letters and writings of Alfred John Fairbank, relating to calligraphy, 1952-79, and pages of handwriting manuals, 1566.

Microfilms of House of Lords Main Papers (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of House of Lords main papers, May 1499-April 1704, including protestations 1641/2.

Microfilms of House of Lords Papers: Unprinted Private Acts (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of unprinted Private Acts, 1702-88.

Papers of (Richard Edward) Geoffrey Howe, Baron Howe of Aberavon, 1867-2005
Papers of (Richard Edward) Geoffrey Howe, Baron Howe of Aberavon (b. 1926), politician.

An edition of the ballad 'Scottish Field' by Miss M.C.G. Hugon (Collection Level Description)
An edition of the ballad 'Scottish Field' by Miss Marianne Cécile G. Hugon (fl. 20th cent.), 1903-4.

Papers of J.W. Hely-Hutchinson (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John Walter Hely-Hutchinson (1882-1955), bibliophile, 1938-54.

Papers of W.H. Hutton (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Holden Hutton (1860-1930), as Archdeacon of Northampton, 1911-19.

Papers relating to the International Bibliophiles Congress, London (1965) (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence and papers relating to the 1965 Congress, 1964-70.

Papers of Selwyn Image (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Selwyn Image (1849-1930), artist, 1878-1930.

Typescripts of Ph.D. Theses relating to Industry in Iraq (Collection Level Description)
Typescripts of Ph.D. theses relating to industry in Iraq by Hassan Ali Suleiman (fl. 1967) and Jawad Mahmood Hashim (fl. 1966).

Drafts and Proofs of Hammond Innes, 'Atlantic Fury' (Collection Level Description)
Drafts and proofs of 'Atlantic Fury' by Ralph Hammond Innes (1913-98), author, 1962.

Papers of the Iredell Family (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Iredell family, 1907-52.

Microfilms of Greek Manuscripts containing Isocrates Orationes (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of 13th and 15th cent. Greek Manuscripts containing Isocrates Orationes, 20th cent.

Microfilms of unpublished catalogues of manuscripts in Italian libraries (Collection Level Description)
Microfilm copies of unpublished catalogues of manuscripts in Italian libraries, 20th cent.

Papers of Sam Jackett (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sam Jackett (fl. 1936-54), Reuters journalist, [c. 1910]-1954.

Collections of R.W. Jeffery (Collection Level Description)
Collections of Reginald Welbury Jeffery (1877-1956), historian, 20th cent.

Papers of H.H. Joachim (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Harold Henry Joachim (1868-1938), philosopher, 1900-34.

John Johnson Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John de Monins Johnson (1882-1956), printer and scholar, 16th-20th cent.

Working Papers of Robert Sherlaw Johnson (Collection Level Description)
Working papers of Robert Sherlaw Johnson (1932-2000), composer, 1976-7.

Typescript War Memoirs by W.D. Johnston (Collection Level Description)
Typescript war memoirs of William Denis Johnston (1901-84), journalist, dramatist and broadcaster, [?1949].

Joseph War-time Diaries (Collection Level Description)
Two diaries, 1914-18, and 1939-42.

Papers of Franz Kafka
Papers of Franz Kafka (1883-1924) comprising diaries and literary notebooks, with some loose fragments, and some correspondence and photographs, c. 1885?-1924, with some family papers to 1940. Predominantly in German, some correspondence in Czech and vocabularies in Hebrew. Kafka's drawings are also present.

Music Manuscripts of Bryan Kelly (Collection Level Description)
Autograph music manuscripts of Bryan Kelly (b. 1934), composer, 1998-[c. 1999].

Papers of Charles William Key (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Charles William Key (1883-1964), politician, 1925-65.

Notes by A.H. Kidd (Collection Level Description)
Notes by Alan Harrison Kidd (fl. 1930), 20th cent.

Lambert Papers
Correspondence and working papers of Jack Walter Lambert (1917-86), literary and arts editor for the Sunday Times.

Papers of E.A. Greening Lamborn (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Edmund Arnold Greening Lamborn (1877-1950), antiquary, 18th-20th cent.

Papers of P.A. Landon (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Philip Aislabie Landon (1888-1961), bursar of Trinity College, Oxford, 1939-48.

Letters of Kingsley Amis to Philip Larkin
Letters from Kingsley Amis to Philip Larkin, including many cartoon sketches (especially 1946-51), and some poems, 1944-85.

Letters from Philip Larkin to Monica Jones
Letters from Philip Larkin, poet and librarian, to Monica Jones, teacher and academic, sent between 1946 and 1984.

Letters from Barbara Pym to Philip Larkin (Collection Level Description)
Letters from Barbara Mary Crampton Pym (1913-80), novelist, to Philip Arthur Larkin (1922-85), poet, 1961-79.

Papers of Maurice Brinsmead Latey
Correspondence and papers of Maurice Brinsmead Latey (1915-91), BBC External Services (chief commentator 1972-5), 1931-91.

Lawrence Papers
Papers of T.E. Lawrence, with some related material c. 1894-1970, and the correspondence and papers of A.W. Lawrence relating to his brother T.E. Lawrence, 1917-85.

Transcripts, made by M.R. Lawrence, 1936-8, of T.E. Lawrence Letters (Collection Level Description)
Transcripts, made by M.R. Lawrence, 1936-8, of T.E. Lawrence letters, 1910. 1913.

Commonplace Books of T.E. Lawrence and Charlotte Frances Shaw (Collection Level Description)
Commonplace books of Thomas Edward Lawrence (1888-1935), archaeologist, soldier and author, and Charlotte Frances Shaw (d. 1943), 1919-27.

Notes by A.W. Lawrence (Collection Level Description)
Notes by Arnold Walter Lawrence (1900-91), Professor of Archaeology at Cambridge University, [193-?].

Literary archive of John le Carré
Manuscripts of novels by John le Carré, 1965-93.

Notes on Medical Lectures attended by John Leedham-Green (Collection Level Description)
Notes on lectures attended by John Leedham-Green while a medical student at Balliol College, 1925.

E.T. Leeds's Notes relating mainly to Leeds Families in Yorkshire (Collection Level Description)
Notes by Edward Thurlow Leeds (1877-1955) relating mainly to Leeds families in Yorkshire, 1946-51.

Papers of F.S. Lee
Papers of Dr. Frederic S. Lee (b. 1949), author, 1979-1993.

Letters to Sir Sidney Lee (Collection Level Description)
Letters to Sir Sidney Lee (1859-1926), Shakespearean scholar and biographer, 1882-1923.

Microfiches of Legal Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Microfiches of legal manuscripts held by the Bodleian Library, c.1300-1736, Gray's Inn, 1493-1739, and Lincoln's Inn, 1275-1834.

Papers of Rev. Hugh Legge and Major J.B. Legge (Collection Level Description)
The Legge papers include the diaries of Rev. Legge 1879-1944, and letters from J.B. Legge to his parents, 1929-44.

Papers of J.B. Leishman (Collection Level Description)
Papers of James Blair Leishman (1902-63), scholar, 1935-63.

Papers of R.V. Lennard (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Reginald Vivian Lennard (1885-1967), agricultural historian, 20th cent.

Collection of Photographs of Portraits Compiled by Mrs. H. Selfe Leonard (Collection Level Description)
Collection of Photographs of Portraits Compiled by Mrs. H. Selfe Leonard, (fl. 1900-1920).

Liturgical Analysis by Victor Leroquais (Collection Level Description)
Analysis of the variations in liturgical content found in Books of Hours by Victor Leroquais (1875-1948), palaeographer, early 20th cent.

Papers of Peter Levi
Papers of Peter Chad Tigar Levi (1931-2000), Oxford Professor of Poetry, 1984-1989.

Papers of C.S. Lewis (Collection Level Description)
Lewis's papers consist of deposited manuscripts, including literary manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, essays and notebooks, 19th cent.-1988.

Letters concerning C.S Lewis (Collection Level Description)
Letters concerning C.S. Lewis written by American schoolchildren to Macmillan Publishing Company, New York, 1988-90.

Letters of C.S. Lewis (Collection Level Description)
Guard-books of letters of C.S. Lewis, [c. 1914]-1963.

Papers of Katherine Lewis (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Katherine Lewis (d. 1961), 19th-20th cent.

Biographies and Family Trees by W.H. Lewis (Collection Level Description)
Biographies and Family Trees by Warren Hamilton Lewis (1895-1973), 1947-9.

Transcripts of the annual accounts of the Bursar of Lincoln College, Oxford (Collection Level Description)
Early 20th cent. transcripts by Rev. Andrew Clark of originals, 1456-1513.

Papers of Wallace Martin Lindsay (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Wallace Martin Lindsay (1858-1937), Professor of Humanity at St. Andrews University, 20th cent.

Photocopies of Literary Works (Collection Level Description)
Photocopies of literary works by Martin Amis (1949-), novelist, essayist, and journalist; Ian Hamilton (1938-), poet, literary critic, and editor; and Paul Griffiths (1947-), novelist and music critic, 1988-9.

Notes and Collections by A.G. Little (Collection Level Description)
Notes and Collections by Andrew George Little (1863-1945), medieval historian, 20th cent.

Reminiscences of Major Francis L.G. Little (Collection Level Description)
Reminiscences of Major Francis Lawrence Gore Little (1841-1914), Chief Constable of Preston, Lancashire, 1911-14.

Papers of Olivia Littledale (Collection Level Description)
Notes and descriptions by Olivia Littledale on the Pudsay Hours, 19th-20th cent.

Sermons of John Davies Knatchbull Lloyd (Collection Level Description)
Sermons of John Davies Knatchbull Lloyd (1900-78), antiquary and public servant, 1960-74.

Papers of Sir Percy Loraine (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Percy Loraine, 12th Bart. (1880-1961), diplomat, 1910-31.

Manuscripts of James P.R. Lyell
Manuscripts, mainly medieval, collected by James Patrick Ronaldson Lyell (1871-1948), 11th-20th cent. View Collection Level Description

Papers of James P.R. Lyell (Collection Level Description)
Personal papers of James Patrick Ronaldson Lyell (1871-1948), 1901-46.

Papers of Carlile Aylmer Macartney (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Carlile Aylmer Macartney (1895-1978), historian and author, 1895-1964.

MacDonnell Papers
Official and private papers of Antony Patrick MacDonnell, 1st Baron MacDonnell of Swinford (1844-1925), mainly relating to India and Ireland.

Papers of W.W. Mackenzie (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Warrender Mackenzie, 1st Baron Amulree of Strathbraan (1860-1942), statesman, 1925-37.

Papers of Sir Donald Maclean (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Donald Maclean (1864-1932), politician, 1906-32.

Papers of Harold Macmillan, 1889-1987
The personal papers of Maurice Harold Macmillan, 1st Earl of Stockton (1894-1986).

Letters from Harold Macmillan to Ava Anderson (Collection Level Description)
Letters from Maurice Harold Macmillan, 1st Earl of Stockton, to Ava Anderson, Lady Waverley, 1947-74. Also includes letters from Lady Dorothy Macmillan, Sir Alexander Douglas-Home, Sir David Eccles, Sir Hubert Gladwyn Jebb and Oliver Lyttleton, Viscount Chandos.

Papers of Duncan Macnaughton (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Duncan Macnaughton (fl. 1906).

Letters and Photographs of Louis MacNeice (Collection Level Description)
Letters and photographs of Louis MacNeice (1907-63), poet and dramatist, 1911-40.

Macpherson Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of James Ian Macpherson, 1st Baron Strathcarron (1880-1937), politician.

Collections by Falconer Madan (Collection Level Description)
Collections by Falconer Madan (1851-1935), Bodley's Librarian, palaeographer and bibliographer, 1908-32.

Correspondence of Falconer Madan (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Falconer Madan (1851-1935), Bodley's Librarian, palaeographer and bibliographer, 1923-35.

Papers of Falconer Madan relating to Manuscripts of Vergil (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Falconer Madan (1851-1935), Bodley's Librarian, palaeographer, and bibliographer, relating to manuscripts of Vergil, 1876-80.

Papers of Falconer Madan relating to his New bibliography of the Eikon Basilike of King Charles the First (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Falconer Madan (1851-1935), Bodley's Librarian, palaeographer, and bibliographer, relating to his New bibliography of the Eikon Basilike of King Charles the First, mid. 17th-20th cent.

Collections Compiled by S.J. Madge (Collection Level Description)
Collections compiled by Sidney Joseph Madge (1874-1961), antiquary and topographer, 1922-8.

Magill Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Andrew Magill (1871-1941), Assistant Secretary in the Ministry of Home Affairs for Northern Ireland.

Magrath Papers
Letters to John Richard Magrath (1839-1930), Provost of the Queen's College, Oxford, with four groups of letters (found with Magrath's papers) to Edith Simcox, George and William Simcox, Amy Lefroy and Eleanor Grove, 1861-1920.

Transcripts of Letters made for J.R. Magrath (Collection Level Description)
Transcripts of letters [1651-1795] made for John Richard Magrath (1839-1930), Provost of the Queen's College, Oxford, early 20th cent.

Mann Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Arthur Mann (1876-1972) journalist.

Papers of Ida Mann
Papers of Ida Mann, ophthalmologist (1893-1983), and papers relating to her.

Percy Manning Collections (Collection Level Description)
Collections written and made on sports and pastimes in Oxford and neighbourhood, early 20th cent.

Percy Manning Oxford Collections (Collection Level Description)
Oxford collections of Percy Manning in 23 volumes, 19th-20th cent.

Tracings of 19th-Century Maps (Collection Level Description)
Tracings of 19th-century maps.

Maps of East Africa (Collection Level Description)
Maps of East Africa, 1899-1904.

Maps of Somaliland (Collection Level Description)
Maps of Somaliland, 1899-1939.

Maps of the Sudan (Collection Level Description)
Maps of the Sudan, 1876-1926.

Maps of Tanganyika (Collection Level Description)
Maps of Tanganyika, 1899-1936.

Letters to Sir James Marchant (Collection Level Description)
Letters to Sir James Marchant (1867-1956), philanthropist, 1901-50.

The Marconi Archives, 1850-2004
Catalogue of the Marconi Archives, encompassing archives of Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Company Ltd., the Marconi International Marine Communication Company Ltd., the English Electric Company Ltd., the Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company Ltd., the British Thomson-Houston Company Ltd., Associated Electrical Industries Ltd., the General Electric Company plc and other associated companies; together with personal papers of Guglielmo Marconi (1874-1937), electrical engineer, and Hugo Hirst (1863-1943), businessman.

Papers of Richard de la Mare (Collection Level Description)
Modern history reading notes and essays of Richard de la Mare (1901-86), Oxford undergraduate, 1920-3.

Works of Walter de la Mare (Collection Level Description)
Works of Walter de la Mare (1873-1956), author and poet, 1921-33.

De la Mare Letters
Letters from Walter de la Mare to Martin Christopher Johnson, 1940-55.

Verse by H.M. Margoliouth (Collection Level Description)
Verse by Herschel Maurice Margoliouth (1887-1959), poet and literary historian, 20th cent.

Microfilms of Oxfordshire Marriage Index (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of Oxfordshire Marriage Index, 20th cent.

Papers relating to the Marshall Family (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to the Marshall family of North Oxfordshire, 20th cent.

Papers of Sir Neil Marten (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Neil Marten (1916-86), MP, 1965-85.

Collections by Evelyn H. Martin (Collection Level Description)
Collections by Evelyn H. Martin, antiquary, early 20th cent.

Biographical Accounts by Evelyn H. Martin (Collection Level Description)
Biographical accounts by Evelyn H. Martin, antiquary, early 20th cent.

Papers of the Rev. Philip Martin (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Rev. Philip Martin concerning his research into the wreck of The Deutschland in 1875, 1961-81.

Letters to Robert B. Martin (Collection Level Description)
Letters to Robert B. Martin with letters of Charles Kingsley collected by Martin, 1847-[1850?], 1962-85.

Papers of R.R. Martin (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Robert Reginald Martin (d. 1965), vicar of St. Michael's, Oxford, and a local historian, 1921-61.

Minute Books of the Martlets Society of University College, Oxford (Collection Level Description)
Minute books of the Martlets Society of University College, Oxford, volumes 4-5, 1923-31, 1931-46.

Papers of Francis Sydney Marvin (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Francis Sydney Marvin (1863-1943), educationalist and historian, 1884-1937.

Papers of John Masefield (Collection Level Description)
The papers of John Edward Masefield (1878-1967), poet, collected by Diana Daniels, c. 1902-67.

John Masefield Keepsakes (Collection Level Description)
Keepsakes presented to John Masefield, 1924-49.

Additional Papers of John Masefield (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John Masefield Relating to the Battle of the Somme, 1916-17.

Sir John Masterman Manuscript (Collection Level Description)
Manuscript of On the Chariot Wheel by Sir John Masterman (1891-1977), academic and intelligence officer, [c. 1975].

Notebooks of Mrs. Frances L. Matthews (Collection Level Description)
Notebooks of Mrs. Frances Louise Matthews (fl. 1911-52), 20th cent.

Field Books of H.B. Maufe (Collection Level Description)
Geological field books of Herbert Brantwood Maufe (1879-1946), geologist, 1906.

Photograph Albums of the Maxse Family (Collection Level Description)
Two photograph albums of the Maxse family, [c. 1859-83], 1904-7.

Papers of the McCarthy Agency
Film reviews produced by the McCarthy Agency 1936-68, with some other papers 1935-76.

Memoirs of Mabel McCorry (Collection Level Description)
Three notebooks containing memoirs compiled, probably in the 1950s, by Mabel McCorry.

Diary of Anne Isabella Meader (Collection Level Description)
Typescript diary of Anne Isabella Meader (fl. 1939-1974), September 1939-April 1946.

Papers of Annette M.B. Meakin (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Annette Mary Budgett Meakin (1867-1959), author, 1920-38.

Photographs of Medieval Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Black-and-white photographs of medieval manuscripts, 20th cent.

Works of E.H.W. Meyerstein (Collection Level Description)
Works of Edward Harry William Meyerstein (1889-1952), poet and author, 1936-7.

Papers of Sir Henry Miers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Henry Alexander Miers (1858-1942), mineralogist, 1876-1950.

Catalogue of the Library of Ralph Milbanke (Collection Level Description)
Catalogue of the library of Ralph Gordon Noel King Milbanke, 2nd Earl of Lovelace (1839-1906), author, 1910.

Papers of R.G. Milburn (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Robert Gordon Milburn (fl. 1906-1958), author and missionary, [c.1901-1958].

Compositions of Robin Humphrey Milford (Collection Level Description)
Compositions of Robin Humphrey Milford (1903-59), composer, 1922-59.

Papers of the Mill House Press (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Mill House Press, 1926-58.

Papers of Alfred Milner
Papers of Alfred, Viscount Milner (1854-1925), statesman, including papers as High Commissioner for South Africa, 1897-1905, member of the War Cabinet 1916-18, War Secretary, 1918-19, Colonial Secretary, 1919-21, with diaries and private papers. The collection also includes papers of Lady Milner and Cecil and Maurice Headlam.

Additional papers of Alfred Milner (Collection Level Description)
Additional papers of Alfred Milner, Viscount Milner (1854-1925), statesman, 1884-1920.

Violet Milner Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Violet Milner (1872-1958), wife of 1st Viscount Milner, with papers of Frederick Augustus Maxse, the Maxse family, Lord Edward Herbert Gascoyne-Cecil, and Alfred Milner. The collection contains material relating to 19th- and 20th-cent. British and Imperial history, in particular the Boer War.

E.A. Milne SocietyPapers
Papers of the E.A. Milne Society, 1975-99.

Henry Minn Collection (Collection Level Description)
Collection of Henry Minn (1870-1961), clockmaker and antiquary, 19th-20th cent.

Papers of Henry Minn (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Henry Minn (1870-1961), clockmaker and antiquary, 19th-20th cent.

Minn Collections (Collection Level Description)
Topographical collections of Henry Minn (1870-1961), clockmaker and antiquary, 20th cent.

Topographical Drawings collected by Henry Minn (Collection Level Description)
Topographical drawings collected by Henry Minn (1870-1961), clockmaker and antiquary, 19th-20th cent.

Printers' Drafts and Proofs of J.M. Wilson's Edition of T.E. Lawrence's Commonplace Book Minorities (Collection Level Description)
Printers' drafts and annotated proofs of Jeremy Michael Wilson's edition of T.E. Lawrence's commonplace book Minorities, [c. 1970].

Copy of the Parish Registers of Minster Lovell (Collection Level Description)
Xerographic copy of the parish registers [1754-1973] of Minster Lovell, Oxfordshire, 20th. cent.

Papers of C. Anne E. Moberly and Eleanor F. Jourdain (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Charlotte Anne Elizabeth Moberly (1846-1937), Principal of St Hugh's College Oxford and Author called Elizabeth Morison, and Eleanor Frances (d. 1924), 1782-1925.

Index by G.E. Mohan (Collection Level Description)
Index of incipits of Latin philosophical writings of the 13th to 15th centuries, by G.E. Mohan, c. 1973.

Papers of Walter Turner Monckton (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Walter Turner Monckton, 1st Viscount Monckton of Brenchley, lawyer and politician, (1891-1965).

War Diary of the 3rd Battalion, the Monmouthshire Regiment (Collection Level Description)
War diary of the 3rd Battalion, the Monmouthshire Regiment, 1914-16.

Papers of Robert Bruce Montgomery, 'Edmund Crispin' (Collection Level Description)
Robert Bruce Montgomery (1921-78) was a detective novelist under the pseudonym of Edmund Crispin, and composer in his own name. The collection includes letters, working papers and a series of cartoons drawn by Montgomery and Philip Larkin.

Music Manuscripts of Robert Bruce Montgomery (Collection Level Description)
Robert Bruce Montgomery (1921-78) was a detective novelist under the pseudonym of Edmund Crispin, and composer in his own name. The collection contains his music manuscripts, 1937-65.

Transcripts by F.C. Morgan (Collection Level Description)
Transcripts by Frederick Charles Morgan of documents relating to William Brewster (1665-1715), 1964.

Morley Papers
Papers of John Morley, 1st Viscount Morley of Blackburn (1838-1923), statesman and man of letters.

Church Notes by J.E. Morris (Collection Level Description)
Church Notes by Joseph Ernest Morris (fl. 1907-46), antiquary.

Correspondence of Percy Muir (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Percival Horace Muir (1894-1979), editor, 1951-5.

Letters from Eric Bligh to Arnold Muirhead (Collection Level Description)
Letters from Eric Walter Bligh (fl. 1889-1965), author, to Arnold Muirhead (fl. 1929-89), 1929-57.

Lectures by J.A.R. Munro (Collection Level Description)
Lectures by John Arthur Ruskin Munro (1864-1944), Rector of Lincoln College Oxford, archaelogist and historian, [? 19th-20th cent.].

Murray Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Gilbert Murray (1866-1957) classicist, internationalist and Regius Professor of Greek at Oxford.

H.J.R. Murray Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers and correspondence of Harold James Ruthven Murray (1868-1955) relating to chess and board games, 19th-20th cent.

Papers of H.J.R. Murray (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Harold James Ruthven Murray (1868-1955), chess player and historian, 1915-57.

Records of Various Oxford Music Organisations (Collection Level Description)
Records of Various Oxford Music Organisations, 1918-76.

Papers of Sir John Linton Myres (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir John Linton Myres (1860-1954), archaeologist and historian, 1890-1954.

Topographical Collections for Buckinghamshire Parishes, compiled by J.L. Myres (Collection Level Description)
Topographical collections for Buckinghamshire parishes, compiled by Sir John Linton Myres (1860-1954), archaeologist and historian, 1891-2.

Working Papers of Sir Lewis Namier (Collection Level Description)
Working papers of Sir Lewis Bernstein Namier (1888-1960), historian, 1946-7.

Nathan Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Matthew Nathan (1862-1939), soldier and civil servant.

Papers of E.J. Nathan (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Edward Jonah Nathan (fl. 1898-1962), chairman of the Chinese Engineering and Mining Company.

Papers of Charles Montague Neale (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Charles Montague Neale (fl. 1900-06).

C.M. Neale Papers (Collection Level Description)
Volumes of extracts made in 1915-16 by C.M. Neale relating to the history and antiquities of Oxford.

Papers of F.R.D. Needham and Rev. R.R. Needham (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Francis Robert Dudley Needham (d. 1971), librarian, and Robert Raikes Needham (fl. 1897-1916), clergyman, 19th-20th cent.

Papers of H.W. Nevinson (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Henry Woodd Nevinson (1856-1941), essayist, philanthropist, and journalist, 1860-1942.

Papers of Professor Herbert Nicholas (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Professor Herbert George Nicholas (1911-98), scholar, 1961-76.

Nicholson Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of E.W.B. Nicholson (1849-1912), Bodley's Librarian, poet, and Celtic and Biblical scholar, 1818-1912.

Lists and Tables of Non-European Dynasties (Collection Level Description)
Lists and tables of non-European dynasties compiled by H. Stanford Smith and M.J. Sayer, 1960-9.

Copies of Lord Northcliffe's Bulletins (Collection Level Description)
Copies of bulletins of Alfred Charles William Harmsworth, Viscount Northcliffe (1856-1922), newspaper proprietor, 20th cent.

Microfilms of Norwich Bishops' Registers (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of registers of the Bishops of Norwich, 1299-1914.

O'Donnell Lectures, University of Oxford
Series of lectures in Celtic Studies, manuscript, typescript, word-processed and printed, many of the typescript versions with manuscript additions or corrections, 1955-90.

Papers of Margaret H. Oertel (Collection Level Description)
Letters and papers of Margaret H. Oertel, 1900-42.

Notebooks of David Ogg (Collection Level Description)
Notebooks of David Ogg (1887-1965), historian, 20th cent.

Indexes and Calendars by W.J. Oldfield (Collection Level Description)
Indexes and calendars of Abingdon parish records by William John Oldfield (1857-1934), Canon of Lincoln and antiquary, [c. 1920-30].

Manuscript by Lady O'Malley writing as 'Ann Bridge' (Collection Level Description)
Manuscript by Lady Mary Dolling Sanders O'Malley (1891-1974) writing as 'Ann Bridge', 1940-2.

Papers of the Oman Family, 1727-2003
Papers and photographs of Sir Charles Oman, British military historian, his wife Lady Oman and members of their respective families

Con O'Neill Papers (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence and papers of Sir Con O'Neill, mainly concerning Britain's relations with the European Union, 1964-87.

Oxfam Archive: Campaigns
Records produced by Oxfam's campaign function, 1959-2009.

Oxfam Archive: Communications
Records produced by Oxfam's communications function, 1947-2012.

Oxfam Archive: Programme policy and management
Records of Oxfam's programme policy and management, 1955-2011.

Records of the Oxford Carlton Club (Collection Level Description)
Minute books and suggestions book of the Oxford Carlton Club, 1914-55.

Oxford and Cambridge Musical Club Papers
Membership records, financial records and programmes of the Oxford & Cambridge Musical Club, 1899-1954

Unpublished Works on Theology by William Edwin Orchard (Collection Level Description)
Unpublished works on theology by William Edwin Orchard (1877-1955), Roman Catholic theologian, [c. 1940-50].

Minutes of the Oxford University Bible Union (Collection Level Description)
Minutes of the Oxford University Bible Union, 1920-9.

Papers of the Oxford University Boat Club (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Oxford University Boat Club, 1839-1956.

Records of the Oxford University Fabian Society (Collection Level Description)
Records of the Oxford University Fabian Society, consisting of minute books, 1895-1916, and an account book, 1895-1915.

Papers of the Oxford University Delegacy for Women Students (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Oxford University Delegacy for Women Students, 1910-16.

Papers of the Oxford University Exploration Club
Proposals and reports from Oxford University expeditions, as well as O.U.E.C. administrative papers, 1924-2006.

Papers of the Oxford University Graduate Conservative Association (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Oxford University Graduate Conservative Association, 1919-87.

Records of the Oxford University Gymnastic Club (Collection Level Description)
Minute book and account books of the Oxford University Gymnastic Club, 1912-19.

Correspondence and Papers of the Oxford University Ice Hockey Club (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence and papers of the Oxford University Ice Hockey Club, 1977-82.

Minute Books of the Oxford University Labour Club (Collection Level Description)
Minute books of the Oxford University Labour Club, 1971-9.

Oxford University Labour Club (Collection Level Description)
Minutes of the Oxford University Labour Club, 1921-31.

Papers Relating to Oxford University Mental Health Society (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to the Oxford University Mental Health Society (Oxment), 1966-70.

Papers of the Oxford University Mermaid Club (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Oxford University Mermaid Club, 1921-[c. 1974].

Papers and Minutes of the Oxford University Mermaid Club (Collection Level Description)
Papers and minute books of the Mermaid Club, 1902-13.

Records of the Oxford University Museum Club (Collection Level Description)
Records of the Oxford University Museum Club, 1905-46.

Records of the Oxford University Museum Rifle Club (Collection Level Description)
Records of the Oxford University Museum Rifle Club, 1908-16.

Papers deposited by the Oxford Architectural and Historical Society (OAHS) (Collection Level Description)
Papers deposited by the Oxford Architectural and Historical Society, c.1769-1907.

Oxford Architectural and Historical Society Notes (Collection Level Description)
Notes by Rev. F.H. Woods (fl. 1882-1911), clergyman, of restorations of churches in the neighbourhood of Oxford, 1882.

Oxford Bach Passion Choir Papers
Minute books, accounts, correspondence and programmes of the Oxford Bach Passion Choir, 1946-73.

Minutes of the City of Oxford and District Boy Scouts Association (Collection Level Description)
Minutes of the City of Oxford and District Boy Scouts Association, 1908-46.

Papers of the Oxford Canning Club (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Oxford Canning Club, c.1940-1990.

Records of the Oxford Canning Club (Collection Level Description)
Records of the Oxford Canning Club, 1882-1987.

Papers of the Oxford Chatham Club (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Oxford Chatham Club, 1870-1956.

Records of the meetings of the Oxford Clerical Association (Collection Level Description)
Records of the meetings of the Oxford Clerical Association, 1896-1907, 1919-36.

Records of the Oxford Clerical Association (Collection Level Description)
Records of the Oxford Clerical Association, 1851-81.

Records of Oxford Clerical Association Meetings (Collection Level Description)
Records of the meetings of the Oxford Clerical Association, 1891-5.

Papers of Oxford University Clubs (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Oxford University Clubs, 1882-1958.

Papers of Oxford Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Oxford Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, 1976-87.

Records of the Oxford and County Club (Collection Level Description)
Records of the Oxford and County Club, consisting of minute books, 1904-53, and a candidates book, 1906-41.

Papers of the Oxford Diabetes Trust
Minutes, annual reports, annual accounts and related correspondence, 1981-2005.

Records of the Oxford Exiles Rugby Football Club (Collection Level Description)
Records of the Oxford Exiles Rugby Football Club, including minutes, 1947-56, and the Hon. Secretary's Annual Reports, 1947-54.

Papers of the Oxford Ladies Musical Society (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Oxford Ladies Musical Society, 1897-1968.

Minute Books of the Oxford Medical Club (Collection Level Description)
Minute books of the Oxford Medical Club, 1891-1961.

Records of the Oxford Medico-Chirurgical and Oxford Medical Societies
Records of the Oxford Medico-Chirurgical and Oxford Medical Societies, 1836-2006.

Minutes of the Oxford Branch of the National Service League (Collection Level Description)
Minutes of the Oxford branch of the National Service League, 1908-13, with letters from the central branch, 1912-17.

Catalogue of Oxford Prints (Collection Level Description)
Catalogue of prints and drawings in the Bodleian Library relating to Oxford, Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire, compiled by W.P. Ellis, 1916-19.

Minute Books of the Oxford and District Sunday School Union (Collection Level Description)
Minute books of the Oxford and District Sunday School Union, 1860-1956.

Photographs of Oxfordshire by the Oxfordshire Architectural Record (Collection Level Description)
Photographs of Oxfordshire and Oxford buildings 'Listed' by Ministry of Housing and Local Government and supplied by the Oxfordshire Architectural Record via Oxfordshire Rural Community Council. Arranged by parishes, 1956-c. 1964.

Records of the Oxfordshire Architectural and Historical Society (OAHS) (Collection Level Description)
Records of the Oxfordshire Architectural and Historical Society, 1835-1969.

Oxfordshire Architectural and Historical Society Hon. Treasurer's Papers (Collection Level Description)
Accounts and papers of the Hon. Treasurer of the Society, 1935-80.

Records of the Oxfordshire Music Festival (Collection Level Description)
Records of the Oxfordshire Music Festival, 1945-71.

Reports on the Contents of Oxfordshire Parish Chests (Collection Level Description)
Reports on the contents of Oxfordshire parish chests made for the National Register of Archives, 1958, in two volumes covering parishes A-I and K-Y.

Minute books of the Oxford Philological Society, 1870-1999
Minute books of the Oxford Philological Society, founded to support the study of Greek and Latin languages and literature.

Papers of the Oxford Society
Papers of the Oxford Society, an organization of former and present members of the University of Oxford, 1932-88.

Papers of the Oxford University Architectural Society (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Oxford University Architectural Society, 1969-79.

Oxford University Clubs and Societies
Records of Oxford University Clubs and Societies 1915-99, deposited in or given to the Library by Oxford University clubs and societies.

Oxford University Newman Society Papers
Papers of the Oxford University Newman Society, 1883-1995.

Records of the Oxford University Opera Club (Collection Level Description)
Records of the Oxford University Opera Club, 1926-57.

Papers of the Oxford University Opera Club, 1974-1988
Papers of the Oxford University Opera Club, including correspondence and papers relating to various productions, committee meetings, and membership lists.

Papers of the Oxford University Scout and Guide Group (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Oxford University Scout and Guide Group, 1957-86.

Papers of the Oxford University Social History Society (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Oxford University Social History Society, 1975-90.

Papers of the Oxford University Strategic Studies Group (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Oxford University Strategic Studies Group, 1976-87.

Records of the Oxford University Thomas More Society (Collection Level Description)
Records of the Oxford University Thomas More Society, 1922-9.

Transcripts, etc. from Oxford Hustings Court Rolls (Collection Level Description)
Transcripts, and a few translations, from the Hustings Court rolls, Oxford, 1292-5, made by W.P. Ellis c. 1907.

Lists of Oxfordshire Incumbents (Collection Level Description)
Compiled by Rev. Francis Neville Davis, 1915-30.

Papers of the Oxford Wagner Society (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Oxford Wagner Society, 1973-90.

Papers of the Paget and Thompson Families (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Paget and Thompson families, 19th-20th cent.

Letters and Autographs collected by Mary Maud Paget (Collection Level Description)
Three volumes of letters and autographs, mainly 19th cent., collected by Mary Maud Paget (d. 1945).

Paintin Papers (Collection Level Description)
Records of St. Clement parish, Oxford, partly collected and partly written by Harry Paintin, c. 1929, especially relating to the manor and parish church.

Transcripts of a work by Palmiere y Palmiere (Collection Level Description)
Transcripts of work by Palmiere y Palmiere, 'Disputaciones ecclesiastiace, tractatus decem', 1920.

Papers of F.E. Pargiter (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Frederick Eden Pargiter (1852-1927), Orientalist, early 20th cent.

Papers of Angelina Parker (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Angelina Parker (fl. 1878-1926).

Records of the Park Town, Oxford, Trustees and Estate Company (Collection Level Description)
Records of the Park Town, Oxford, Trustees and Estate Company, 1853-1951.

Works of Sir Hubert Parry (Collection Level Description)
Works of Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry (1848-1918), composer and musical writer, c.1866-1950.

Papers of the Committee for the Preparation of the Lexicon of Patristic Greek (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the committee for the preparation of the lexicon of patristic Greek, 1926-61.

Papers of Eden and Cedar Paul (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Eden Paul (1865-1944), author, and Cedar Paul (d. 1972), singer, 1911-29.

Rev. Pearce Papers (Collection Level Description)
Notes and transcripts illustrative of the history of the manor and parish of Combe, Oxfordshire (20th cent.).

Papers of Walter Edwin Peck
Papers of Walter Edwin Peck (1891-1951), Shelley scholar, 1894-1959.

Notes by Irene R. Pereira (Collection Level Description)
Notes by Irene Rice Pereira, (d. 1974), 1953-70.

Microfilms of Manuscripts held at Peterhouse, Cambridge (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of manuscripts held at Peterhouse, consisting of the Henrician and Caroline sets of part-books.

Diaries of Mrs. H.A. Pile (Collection Level Description)
Diaries of Mrs. H.A. Pile, 1923-33.

Typescript Translations by M.K. Píron (Collection Level Description)
Typescript translations by M.K. Píron, with manuscript alterations, of Thomas Middleton's Women beware women ('Weiber! Achtung Weiber!'), 1970; and a translation into verse of Christopher Marlowe's Faustus, 1968.

Genealogical Collections by A.H. Plaisted (Collection Level Description)
Genealogical collections for Buckinghamshire by Arthur Henry Plaisted (fl. 1927-62), Vicar of Medmenham and genealogist, 1930s.

Typescript List by A.H. Plaisted of Patrons of Parishes in the Church of England (Collection Level Description)
Typescript list of patrons of parishes in the Church of England by Arthur Henry Plaisted (fl. 1927-62), Vicar of Medmenham and genealogist, [c.1950].

Microfilms of the First-line Index of Manuscript Poetry (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of the first-line index of manuscript poetry in the British Library.

Mark Books of A.F. Pollard (Collection Level Description)
Mark books of Albert Frederick Pollard (1869-1948), historian and examiner in the school of modern history, Oxford University, 1904-5.

Papers of Graham Pollard (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Henry Graham Pollard (1903-76), bibliographer and bookseller. The papers include records of Birrell & Garnett Ltd., booksellers, as well as bibliographical working papers and personal correspondence, 1920-42.

Papers of Arthur Augustus William Harry Ponsonby (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Arthur Augustus William Harry Ponsonby (1871-1946), 1st Baron Ponsonby of Shulbrede, 1890-1941.

Catalogue of lecture slides of Rodney Robert Porter
Lecture slides of Rodney Robert Porter, immunologist, c.1948-1960

Papers of Sir Edward Bagnall Poulton (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Edward Bagnall Poulton (1856-1943), zoologist, 1845-1943.

Diaries of Lady Emily Poulton (Collection Level Description)
Diaries of Lady Emily Poulton (d. 1939), wife of the zoologist Sir Edward Bagnall Poulton, 1886-1934.

Papers of A.B. Poynton (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Arthur Blackburne Poynton (1867-1944), Greek scholar at Oxford, 20th cent.

Holiday Diaries of Mabel Pratt (Collection Level Description)
Holiday Diaries of Mabel Pratt (1899-1986), 1938-58.

Correspondence between P.A. Spalding and E.A. Preyre (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence between Philip Anthony Spalding (1911-89), writer, and Émile Alexis Preyre, 1956-89.

Correspondence of H.A. Prichard (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Harold Arthur Prichard (1871-1947), philosopher, 1925-47.

Essays by H.A. Prichard (Collection Level Description)
Essays by Harold Arthur Prichard (1871-1947), philosopher, 20th cent.

Ledgers of the Eastbourne Branch of the Primrose League (Collection Level Description)
Two Ledgers of the Eastbourne branch of the Primrose League, 1929-61, 1937-74.

Two Booklets of Modern Verse, Written out and Decorated by Frederic Prokosch (Collection Level Description)
Two booklets of modern verse, written out and decorated by Frederic Prokosch (1908-89), American writer, 1982.

Copies of Properti carmina (Collection Level Description)
Microfilm copies and photocopies of Propertius's works, used by E.A. Barber for his edition of Propertius, 20th cent.

Microfilms of Publishers' Archives (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of various publishers' papers [1696-1938].

Pym Papers
Papers of Barbara Mary Crampton Pym (1913-80), novelist.

Calendar of the Archives of The Queen's College, Oxford (Collection Level Description)
Calendar of the archives of The Queen's College, Oxford compiled by N. Denholm-Young and Miss E.M. Snodgrass, 1930-1.

Radcliffe Trust Compositions (Collection Level Description)
Compositions commissioned for the fourth Radcliffe Music Award, 1975.

Papers of Hastings Rashdall (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Hastings Rashdall (1858-1924), Dean of Carlisle and historian, 1869-1953.

Drafts of Two Plays by Terence Rattigan (Collection Level Description)
Drafts of The Browning version, c. 1945, and of Heart to heart, 1961-2, by Terence Rattigan (1911-77).

Diaries of the Rayne Family (Collection Level Description)
Diaries of the Rayne family, mainly of Lilian, Bessie and Dorothy Rayne, suffragettes, 1890-1961.

Microfilms of the Papers of John Edward Redmond (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of the Papers of John Edward Redmond (1856-1918), Irish political leader.

Reilly Papers
Correspondence and papers of Sir (D'Arcy) Patrick Reilly (1909-99), diplomat, with correspondence and papers of his father, Sir (Henry) D'Arcy (Cornelius) Reilly (1876-1948), Indian Civil Service.

Typescript Copies of Papers of C.M. Remey (Collection Level Description)
Typescript Copies of Papers of Charles Mason Remey (fl. 1940-9), teacher of the Baha'i faith.

Rey Memoirs
Drafts and research notes for unpublished memoirs of Sir Charles Fernand Rey (1877-1968), civil servant.

Plays Written in Rhodesia (Collection Level Description)
Plays written in Rhodesia, mid-20th cent.

Papers of Mifanwy and Olwen Rhys (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Mifanwy (fl. 1883-1945) and Olwen (fl. 1897-1927) Rhys, daughters of Sir John Rhys, 1883-1945.

Correspondence and Papers of George Ridding (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence and papers of George Ridding (1828-1904), Head Master of Winchester and Bishop of Southwell, 1886-1904.

Interleaved Copy of Lady Laura Ridding, George Ridding (Collection Level Description)
Interleaved copy of Lady Laura Ridding, George Ridding (London, 1908), 20th cent.

Papers of Richard Ellis Roberts (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Richard Ellis Roberts (1879-1953), journalist, 1917-39.

Papers of Ursula Roberts (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Ursula Roberts (1887-1975), writer, 1932-68. She also wrote under the name Susan Miles.

Romanes Lectures, University of Oxford
Series of lectures, manuscript, typescript and word-processed, 1986-2002.

Rossetti Family Papers (Collection Level Description)
Photocopies of Rossetti family correspondence and papers, 20th cent.

Additional Papers of the Round Table (Collection Level Description)
Additional papers of the Round Table, 1910-66.

Papers of the Royal Commission on the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge (Collection Level Description)
Evidence before the Royal Commission..., 1922

Papers of Sir Horace George Montagu Rumbold (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Horace George Montagu Rumbold 9th Bart. (1869-1941), 1876-1941.

Photocopies of the Correspondence of Bertrand Russell (Collection Level Description)
Photocopies of the correspondence of Bertrand Arthur William Russell (1872-1970), 3rd Earl Russell, philosopher and social reformer, 1904-25.

Photocopies of Russian Documents displayed in 'The Great Patriotic War' Exhibition (Collection Level Description)
Photocopies of documents displayed in an exhibition entitled 'The Great Patriotic War: Second World War Documents from the Russian Archives' at the Public Record Office, London, with copies of the exhibition captions in English, 1995.

M.T.H. Sadleir Manuscript (Collection Level Description)
Manuscript of Trollope: a commentary by Michael Thomas Harvey Sadleir (1888-1957), author and publisher, [1927?].

Sadler Papers i
Notebooks and correspondence of Sir Michael Ernest Sadler, 1897, and a memorandum ascribed to Sadler, c.1938.

Commonplace Books of Sir Michael Ernest Sadler (Collection Level Description)
Commonplace books of Sir Michael Ernest Sadler (1861-1943), educational pioneer and art patron, 1899-[c. 1911].

Sadler Papers ii
Copies of lectures and talks, correspondence and printed works, 1901-c.1961, of Sir Michael Ernest Sadler (1861-1943), educational pioneer.

Sadler Papers iii
Diaries of Sir Michael Ernest Sadler (1861-1943), 1899-1902.

Papers of M.T. Sadler (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Michael Thomas Sadler (1834-1923), physician, 1893-1923.

Salt Papers
Correspondence and notes of Henry Salt concerning the poet James Thomson, 1886-1906.

Rev. Salter Notes and Collections (Collection Level Description)
Notes and collections of the Rev. Herbert Edward Salter (1863-1951), historian, 19th-20th cent.

Photographs of charters and documents by Rev. H.E. Salter (Collection Level Description)
Photographs of charters and documents by Rev. Herbert Edward Salter (1863-1951), historian, 1907-8.

Papers of Anthony Sampson
The papers of Anthony Sampson, writer and journalist (1926-2004), c.1930-2011

Sandars Papers
Papers of John Satterfield Sandars (1853-1934), Private Secretary to Arthur James Balfour, including papers of A.J. Balfour and Henry Matthews, 1809-1929.

Papers of William Sanday (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Sanday (1843-1920), theological scholar and Canon of Christ Church, Oxford, 1867-1920.

Papers of Robert Arthur Sanders (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Robert Arthur Sanders (1867-1940), 1st Baron Brayford of Stoke Trister, statesman, 1910-35.

Papers of John Sankey (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John Sankey, Viscount Sankey of Moreton (1866-1948), Lord Chancellor, 1885-1948.

Savill Collection for the History of Bladon (Collection Level Description)
Savill collection for the history of Bladon, Oxfordshire, 1902-69.

Papers of William Percival Sawyer (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Percival Sawyer (b. 1900), newspaper reporter, 1915-76.

Letters to A.H. Sayce (Collection Level Description)
Letters to Archibald Henry Sayce (1845-1933), orientalist, comparative philologist, and Egyptologist.

Papers of Walter Scott (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Walter Scott (1855-1925), classical scholar, 20th cent.

Philosophical Works of Francis Sedlak (Collection Level Description)
Philosophical works of Francis Sedlak (1873-1935), philosopher, 20th cent.

Selborne Papers
Papers of Roundell Cecil Palmer, 3rd Earl of Selborne and his wife Maud, together with mainly royal correspondence of William Waldegrave Palmer, 2nd Earl of Selborne as well as papers of other members of the Palmer family.

Papers of the 2nd Earl of Selborne (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Waldegrave Palmer (1859-1942), 2nd Earl of Selborne, 1810-1960.

Microfilms of Letters from Lady Maud Selborne to Sir Patrick Duncan (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of letters from Lady Maud Selborne (d. 1950), wife of 2nd Earl of Selborne, to Sir Patrick Duncan (1870-1943), South African statesman and Governor General, 1907-43.

Selby Papers
Correspondence and papers of Sir Walford Selby (1881-1965), diplomat, and the Selby family.

French and English Manuscripts Collected by Robert Shackleton (Collection Level Description)
French and English manuscripts collected by Robert Shackleton (1919-86), Bodley's Librarian and Professor of French Literature, 18th-20th cent.

Shannon Papers
Papers of Godfrey Boyd Shannon, 1931-59, mainly relating to his position as Deputy High Commissioner in Calcutta from 1952 to 1956.

Sharp Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Evelyn Sharp (1869-1955), author, journalist and suffragette.

Fair Copies by George Frederick Sharpe of some Orchestral and Choral Works (Collection Level Description)
Fair copies by George Frederick Sharpe (1863-1946) of some orchestral and choral works, n.d.

Papers of Graham H. Shepard (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Graham H. Shepard (1907-43), author, [c. 1924-43].

Sherfield Papers
Correspondence and papers of Roger Mellor Makins, 1st Baron Sherfield (1904-96), with correspondence and papers of his father, Brigadier-General Sir Ernest Makins MP (1869-1959), grandfather Henry Makins (1841-1914), and other family members, 1706-1996.

Music and Papers of Percy Sherwood (Collection Level Description)
Music and Papers of Percy Sherwood (1866-1939), Anglo-German composer and pianist, 1882-1938.

Index to the Parish Register of Shipton-under-Wychwood, Oxfordshire (Collection Level Description)
Index to the parish register of Shipton-under-Wychwood, Oxfordshire, 1538-1919, with historical notes compiled by Rev. W.J. Oldfield, [c. 1919].

Transcripts of Gloucestershire Parish Registers by W.A. Shuffrey (Collection Level Description)
W.A. Shuffrey's transcripts of the parish regiters of Little Rissington (1543-1812) and of Westcote (1630-1812), 1919-20.

Family Papers of Selina Kay-Shuttleworth (Collection Level Description)
Family papers of Selina Kay-Shuttleworth, 1917-42.

Papers of Sidgwick and Jackson, Publishers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the publishers, Sidgwick and Jackson, 1903-66.

Papers of Ethel Sidgwick (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Ethel Sidgwick (1877-1970), novelist, 1876-1960.

Papers of W.C. Sillar and Frederick Hallard (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Cameron Sillar (fl. 1860-1940), banker, and Frederick Hallard (1821-82), 19th-20th cent.

Letters to Rupert Simms (Collection Level Description)
Letters to Rupert Simms (1853-1937), bookseller and Staffordshire antiquary, 1889-1923.

Papers of John Allsebrook Simon
Papers of John Allsebrook Simon, 1st Viscount Simon of Stackpole Elidor (1873-1954), politician, 1894-1972.

Catalogue of papers collected by Hugh Sinclair, 1835-1984
Papers relating to the history of medicine at the University of Oxford collected by Hugh Sinclair, nutritionist.

Photocopy of the Diary of Adam Skibniewski (Collection Level Description)
Photocopy of the diary of Adam Skibniewski, 25 Sept. 1979-10 Aug. 1980, 15 Aug. 1980-28 Oct. 1981.

Papers of Martyn Skinner (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Martyn Skinner (1906-93), poet, 1930-88.

Correspondence between Martyn Skinner and Geoffrey Hayward (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence between Martyn Skinner (1906-93), poet, to Geoffrey Hayward, 1967-92.

Letters from Martyn Skinner to Sir Rupert Hart-Davis (Collection Level Description)
Letters from Martyn Skinner (1906-93), poet, to Sir Rupert Hart-Davis (1907-99), author, editor, and publisher, 1954-92.

Commonplace Books of Martyn Skinner (Collection Level Description)
Commonplace books of Martyn Skinner (1906-93), poet, 1928-91.

Exercise Books of H.P.K. Skipton (Collection Level Description)
Exercise books of Horace Pitt Kennedy Skipton (1861-1943), theologian and historian, 20th cent.

Smith Papers
Papers of George Ivan Smith (1915-95), relating to his career as a broadcaster and international civil servant, with some family and personal papers.

Lectures, Essays, and Notes of D. Nichol Smith (Collection Level Description)
Papers of David Nichol Smith (1875-1962), literary scholar, 1895-1959.

Correspondence of David Nichol Smith (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of David Nichol Smith (1875-1962), literary scholar, 1932-61.

Papers of Rennie Smith (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Rennie Smith (1888-1962), lecturer and journalist, 1908-66.

Papers of The Society, University of Oxford
Minutes, correspondence and related papers of The Society, University of Oxford, 1880-1980.

Papers of the Soft Drinks Industry (War Time) Association Ltd. (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Soft Drinks Industry (War Time) Association Ltd., 1942-8.

Microfilms of the Papers of Baron Sidney Sonnino (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of the Papers of Baron Sidney Sonnino (1847-1922), Italian Minister of Foreign Affiars, November 1914-June 1919.

Microfilms of Manuscripts of Sophocles (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of manuscripts of Sophocles, with a few other Greek texts, 20th cent.

Letters to Alexander Souter (Collection Level Description)
Letters to Alexander Souter (1873-1949), classical and biblical scholar and palaeographer.

Society for the Protection of Science and Learning Papers
The archive of the Society for the Protection of Science and Learning, founded in 1933 as the Academic Assistance Council, contains papers relating to the support of academics fleeing the Fascist and Communist regimes in Europe between 1933 and 1987.

Spalding Papers
Diaries and papers of the writer P. A. Spalding (1911-89), and of his grandmother Emma Bigwood, later Baynes ( fl. 1862-1935), and his uncle N. H. Baynes (1877-1961).

Typescript Treatise 'On the character of man' by H.N. Spalding (Collection Level Description)
Typescript Treatise 'On the character of man' by Henry Norman Spalding (1877-1953), [c. 1960].

Copies of the Papers of Sydney Spencer (Collection Level Description)
Copies of the papers of Sydney Spencer, 1914-18.

Manuscript of Sir (Walter) Baldwin Spencer (Collection Level Description)
Manuscript of Wanderings in wild Australia by Sir Walter Baldwin Spencer (1860-1929), biologist and ethnographer, 1928.

Letters to Sir Isidore Spielmann (Collection Level Description)
Letters to Sir Isidore Spielmann (1854-1925), art expert, 1897-1915.

Spokes Photographs of Buildings in Oxford (Collection Level Description)
Photographs of buildings in Oxfordshire, listed by the Department of the Environment as being of outstanding architectural or historical merit, taken by P.S. Spokes for the Oxfordshire Architectural Record and the National Monuments Record, c. 1940-71.

Spokes Photographs of Listed Buildings (Collection Level Description)
Photographs of 'listed' buildings taken by P.S. Spokes for the National Monuments Record, 1932-72.

Slides of Stanford-in-the-Vale, Berkshire (Collection Level Description)
Slides of Stanford-in-the-Vale, Berkshire, collected by Violet Mary Howse (b. 1906), 20th cent.

Photographs of Houses in Stanford-in-the-Vale, Oxfordshire (Collection Level Description)
Photographs of houses in Stanford-in-the-Vale, Oxfordshire, 19th-20th century, collected by Violet M. Howse (b. 1906).

Transcripts of Letters of Philip Dormer Stanhope (Collection Level Description)
Transcripts, made by Willard Connely (1888-1967), of letters of Philip Dormer Stanhope (1694-1773), 4th Earl of Chesterfield, 1930s.

H.H. Asquith Letters to Venetia Stanley
Personal letters from H.H. Asquith, while he was Prime Minister, to Venetia Stanley, who later became the wife of E.S. Montagu.

Papers of Sir Mark Aurel Stein (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Mark Aurel Stein (1862-1943), scholar, explorer and archaeologist, 1854-1943.

Additional Stein Papers
Additional papers and photographs of Sir Mark Aurel Stein (1862-1943), scholar, explorer and archaeologist, 1894-1944.

Papers of the Rev. Simon Stephen (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Rev. Simon Stephen (1865-1946), vicar of Steeple Barton, Oxfordshire, 1901-12.

Microfilms of St. Hugh's Charterhouse Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of manuscripts held by St. Hugh's Charterhouse, Parkminster, Partridge Green, 20th cent.

Stocken Papers
Research correspondence and papers of Lloyd Arthur Stocken (1912-2008), biochemist, concerning the development and testing of British Anti-Lewisite (BAL).

Outline of Addresses at St. Peter's Church, Fort William, Calcutta (Collection Level Description)
Outline of addresses at parade services, St. Peter's Church, Fort William, Calcutta, 1904-5.

Papers of B.H. Streeter (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Burnett Hilman Streeter (1874-1937), Canon of Hereford and biblical scholar, [c. 1928-1931].

Hilary Sumner-Boyd Manuscript (Collection Level Description)
Manuscript of The seven hills of Istanbul by Hilary Sumner-Boyd (fl. 1973), writer, [c. 1970].

Papers of Gillian and John Sutro
Papers of Gillian and John Sutro, 20th cent.

Collections on the History of Swerford, Oxfordshire (Collection Level Description)
Collections on the history of Swerford, Oxfordshire, arranged by Mrs. H.P. Thompson, [c. 1942-6].

Papers of Sir Ronald Syme (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Ronald Syme (1903-89), classical historian, [193-]-1968.

Papers of Eric Taverner (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Eric Taverner (fl. 1916-1955), angler, 20th cent.

Bodleian Library Tercentenary Collection (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to the Bodleian Library Tercentenary, 1901-4.

Papers of Rijn Thaland (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Rijn Thaland (1906-79), author and editor, [1960s].

Minute Books of The Club (Collection Level Description)
Minute books of The Club, 1906-46.

Typescript of The Gaudy, from the A Staircase in Surrey Quintet, by J.I.M. Stewart (Collection Level Description)
Typescript of The Gaudy, first of the A Staircase in Surrey quintet, by John Innes Mackintosh Stewart (1906-94), critic and novelist, 1972.

Minute Books of The Theological Dinner (Collection Level Description)
Minute books of The Theological Dinner, 1901-63.

Typescript Theses (Collection Level Description)
Typescript theses submitted unsuccessfully for Oxford degrees, 1910-55.

Journal of Vernon Vaughan Thomas (Collection Level Description)
Journal of Vernon Vaughan Thomas (1904-90), binder, 1942-88.

Papers of Edward John Thompson (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Edward John Thompson (1886-1946), writer, 1848-1962.

Letters to J.M. Thompson (Collection Level Description)
Letters to James Matthew Thompson (1878-1956), historian and theologian, 1902-50.

Papers of Theodosia Thompson (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Theodosia Thompson (1892-1970), 1920-44.

Papers of T.W. Thompson (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Thomas William Thompson (d 1968). folklorist, 19th-20th cent.

Papers of Ann Thwaite relating to My Oxford (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Ann Barbara Thwaite (b. 1932) relating to My Oxford, 1975-7.

Papers of Geoffrey Tillotson (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Geoffrey Tillotson (1905-69), Professor of English Literature at Birkbeck College, University of London, 1935-64.

Rent Accounts for Properties in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire kept by E.H. Tipping (Collection Level Description)
Rent accounts for properties in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire kept by E.H. Tipping, land agent of Oxford, 1918-29.

Diaries of Miss E.M. Tovey (Collection Level Description)
Diaries of Miss E[leanor?] M. Tovey, missionary, 1917-32.

Walpole Papers of Helen Toynbee (Collection Level Description)
Walpole Papers of Helen Toynbee (d. 1910), wife of Paget Jackson Toynbee, 1896-1908.

Paget Toynbee Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Manuscripts of Paget Jackson Toynbee (1855-1932), Dante scholar, 1876-1932.

Works of Paget Toynbee (Collection Level Description)
Works of Paget Jackson Toynbee (1855-1932), Dante scholar, 1920-1.

Account Books of Brigadier Ralph Chenevix-Trench (Collection Level Description)
Account Books of Brigadier Ralph Chenevix-Trench (1885-1974).

Trickett Papers
Correspondence of Rachel Trickett relating to the promotion of the use of the Book of Common Prayer, with related newspaper cuttings and printed articles, 1978-91.

Papers of Florence Turtle (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Florence Turtle (1896-1981), mid 20th cent.

Undergraduate Representative Council, Oxford University
Minutes of the Undergraduate Representative Council, Oxford University, 1939-47.

United Nations Career Records Project
Recollections and memoirs of UK nationals in Britain or abroad, and of other nationals living in Britain, who were employed by the UN and its Specialized Agencies.

Musical Compositions of Ernest Walker (Collection Level Description)
Holograph musical compositions of Ernest Walker (1870-1949), author, pianist and composer, 1899-[c. 1937].

Papers of Ernest Walker (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Ernest Walker (1870-1949), author, pianist and composer, 1921-32.

Typescript Copy of the Diary of David Euan Wallace (Collection Level Description)
Typescript copy of the diary of David Euan Wallace (1892-1941), MP, August 1939-October 1940.

Two Manuscripts by Edgar Wallace (Collection Level Description)
Two manuscripts by Richard Horatio Edgar Wallace (1875-1932), novelist, playwright and journalist, 1898-1901.

Collections of Sir Hugh Walpole (Collection Level Description)
A collection made by Sir Hugh Walpole (1884-1941), novelist and man of letters, 19th-20th cent.

Genealogical Correspondence of Miss E. Walsh (Collection Level Description)
Genealogical correspondence of Miss E. Walsh mainly concerning professional searches undertaken for the Genealogical Society, Salt Lake City, Utah, 20th cent.

Letters of Humfrey Wanley (Collection Level Description)
Typescript copies of letters of Humfrey Wanley (1672-1726), antiquary, [198-?].

Ward Papers
Personal and political papers of Irene Ward, Baroness Ward of North Tyneside (1895-1980).

Wardrop Letters
Letters from Sir Oliver Wardrop to his wife Margrethe, written mostly from Tiflis where he was based as British High Commissioner for Transcaucasia, 1919-20.

Letters from James Wardrop to Alfred Fairbank (Collection Level Description)
Letters from James Wardrop (1905-57), Controller of the Gregynog Press, to Alfred John Fairbank (1895-1982), calligrapher, 1931-43.

Copies of Latin Manuscripts from a Collection made by James Wardrop (Collection Level Description)
Copies of Latin manuscripts from a collection made by James Wardrop (1905-57), Controller of the Gregynog Press, 20th cent.

Papers of Private William Ward (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Private William Ward, later Sergeant, (fl. 1894-1902) of the 1st Leicestershire Regiment of Foot, 1894-1902.

Topographical Collections by S.A. Warner (Collection Level Description)
Topographical collections by Stephen Alfred Warner (fl. 1907-1948), antiquary, 20th cent.

Topographical Drawings and Water-colours collected by S.A. Warner (Collection Level Description)
Topographical drawings and water-colours collected by S.A. Warner (fl. 1907-1948), antiquary, 18th-20th cent.

Microfilms of Warwickshire Diocesan, County, and Parish Records (Collection Level Description)
Warwickshire County Record Office records relating to Warwickshire.

Papers of E.W. Watson (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Edward William Watson (1859-1936), ecclesiastical historian, 1902-36.

Papers of Ava Anderson, Viscountess Waverley (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Ava Anderson, Viscountess Waverley (1896-1974), 1938-75.

Additional Papers of Ava Anderson, Viscountess Waverley
Correspondence and papers of Ava Anderson, Viscountess Waverley (1896-1974) and miscellaneous correspondence and papers of her husband, John Anderson, 1st Viscount Waverley (1882-1958), civil servant, statesman.

Wedgwood Papers
Papers of Dame Cicely Veronica Wedgwood (1910-97), historian.

Translations by J.G. Weiss of the Tae-te Ching (Collection Level Description)
Translations into English and German of the Tae-te Ching by John Gustav Weiss (b. 1857), 1923.

Lists of Welsh Taxpayers (Collection Level Description)
Lists of Welsh taxpayers in the Tudor and Stuart periods, transcribed by Leonard Owen (1890-1965), Indian civil servant, 20th cent.

Annals of the English Benedictine Congregation by Basil Whelan (Collection Level Description)
Annals of the English Benedictine Congregation, 1850-1900, by Basil Whelan (b. 1896), 1942.

Papers relating to Theresa Whistler's Biography of Walter de la Mare (Collection Level Description)
Photocopy of an uncut first typescript of Theresa Whistler's biography, 'Walter de la Mare. Imagination of the Heart', 1978.

Papers of Eric Walter White (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Eric Walter White (1905-85), music critic and poet, [1890?]-1974.

Papers Relating to W.H. White (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to William Hale White (1831-1913), writer under the name of Mark Rutherford, 1880-1931.

Collections of Sir George Whitehead (Collection Level Description)
Collections of Sir George Hugh Whitehead, 2nd Bart.(1861-1931), for the history of Wilmington, Kent, 20th cent.

Epic Poem by Elmer Wickes (Collection Level Description)
Epic poem by Elmer Wickes entitled 'The sword of the Saxon Kings', 1947.

Two Portrait Sketches by Katerina Wilczynski (Collection Level Description)
Two portrait sketches by Katerina Wilczynski (1894-1978), artist, 1942, 1948.

Papers of J.F. Williams concerning Whitchurch Parochial Library (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John Foster Williams concerning Whitchurch parochial library, [c. 1904-15].

Papers of Sir John Fischer Williams relating to the Reparations Commission
Papers of Sir John Fischer Williams (1870-1947), relating to the Reparations Commission, 1920-1928.

Diaries of Ethel Marjorie Wilson (Collection Level Description)
Diaries of Ethel Marjorie Wilson (1905-83), civil servant, 1928-82.

Microfilms and Reproductions of Manuscripts collected by Professor Michael Winterbottom (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms and reproductions mostly of medieval and renaissance manuscripts of Latin classical texts, collected by Dr. Michael Winterbottom (b. 1934), Corpus Christi Professor of Latin.

Papers of Margaret L. Woods (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Margaret Louisa Woods (1856-1945), writer, 1866-1931.

Notebooks of Margaret L. Woods (Collection Level Description)
Notebooks of Margaret Louisa Woods (1856-1945), writer, c.1892-1920.

Records of the Woodstock Clerical Association (Collection Level Description)
Records of the Woodstock Clerical Association, 1912-54.

Papers of Thomas McKinnon Wood (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Thomas Mckinnon Wood (1855-1927), politician, 1879-1927.

Papers of Frederick James Marquis, 1st Earl of Woolton (Collection Level Description)
Personal papers, official correspondence and papers concerning business and other interests, 1905-64.

Worthington-Evans Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Laming Worthington-Evans (1868-1931), politician.

Papers of Joseph Wright (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Joseph Wright (1855-1930), philologist, 1878-1955.

Lexicon Compiled by J.M. Wyllie (Collection Level Description)
Lexicon of the works and fragments of Sallust, compiled by James McLeod Wyllie (1907-71), classical scholar and lexicographer, 1930-6.

Microfiches of Yale Law School Legal Manuscripts (Collection Level Description)
Microfiches of Yale Law School legal manuscripts, 1346-1645.

Letters of John Butler Yeats (Collection Level Description)
Letters of John Butler Yeats (1839-1922), artist, to Rosa Butt, 1883-1921.

Scripts of Michael York (Collection Level Description)
Annotated scripts used by Michael York (b. 1942), actor, 1967-88.

Papers of Sir Alfred Zimmern (Collection Level Description)
Papers and correspondence of Sir Alfred Eckhard Zimmern (1879-1957), political scientist, 1883-1962, mainly relating to his work for international peace.

Facsimiles of the Correspondence of Sir Alfred Zimmern and of Lord Eustace Percy (Collection Level Description)
Facsimiles of the correspondence of Sir Alfred Eckhard Zimmern (1879-1957), political scientist, and of Lord Eustace Percy (1887-1958), Baron Percy of Newcastle, politician and educationist, 1911-49.




Commonwealth and African Studies

Correspondence and reports of Angus Whiteford Acworth, FSA (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence and reports of Angus Whiteford Acworth, FSA (b. 1898), architect, 1776-1975.

Photocopied Typescript by Richard Addis (Collection Level Description)
Reflections on the first general elections in the Gambia, May 1960.

Administration of Law in British Africa Conference, (Collection Level Description)
Papers presented at the conference held in University College, Oxford, 1st-2nd July, 1980.

Records of the Africa Bureau and related organisations (Collection Level Description)
Records of the Africa Bureau and related organisations, 1952-78.

Papers of the Africa Educational Trust, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to the work of the Trust, 1957-75.

Papers of the Africa Protectorates Trust, (Collection Level Description)
Papers dealing with the formation and administration of the Africa Protectorates Trust and its possible amalgamation with other organisations, 1951-77.

Papers of the Africa Publications Trust, (Collection Level Description)
Administrative and financial papers, reports, correspondence, etc., 1959-79.

African Voyage Album, (Collection Level Description)
Album of postcards, photographs and other souvenirs of a journey from Port Elizabeth to London via the east coast of Africa and the Suez Canal, 20th cent.

Typescript by J.M. Ainley (Collection Level Description)
Typescript entitled: Resettlement of Suspected Mau Mau Sympathisers in Tanganyika....

Catalogue of the papers of Barbara Akinyemi
Letters and printed papers of Barbara Akinyemi, 1938-2000.

Papers of Alfred Richard Allen and the Central Africa Historical Association, (Collection Level Description)
Letters, memoranda, notes and pamphlets produced by the Central Africa Historical Association, with other papers, 1950-77.

Thesis by Alfred Richard Allen with related papers, (Collection Level Description)
"The development of post-primary education in Northern Nigeria, 1916-1960": typescript thesis (London, 1969), with other assorted papers, 1949-69.

Papers of A.R. Allen, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to education in Nigeria, mainly 1950s-1960s.

Diary of Boyd Alexander, (Collection Level Description)
Diary of Boyd Alexander, relating to a journey from the Niger to the Nile, 1906.

Photographs and papers of Richard Buswell Allnutt (Collection Level Description)
Photographs and papers of Richard Buswell Allnutt (b. 1907), director of agriculture, 1932-36, 1948-51.

Official diary of Travelling Commissioners in Southern Nigeria, (Collection Level Description)
Official diary of W.G. Ambrose, J.H. Ewart, and W.R. Reeve-Tucker, three successive Travelling Commissioners in Southern Nigeria, 1900-3.

Papers of the American Club of Oxford, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the American Club of Oxford: constitution and by-laws, Treasurer's book, subscriptions book, membership list and miscellaneous correspondence, 1905-27.

Papers of Sir George Anderson (Collection Level Description)
Includes a diary of Sir George Anderson describing his time teaching in farm schools in the Transvaal from February to August 1903.

Official diary of J.C. Anderson, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript copy of official diary as government agent, Gonja District, Ghana, 1955-6.

Archive of the Anti-Apartheid Movement
Archive of the Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1956-98.

Papers of the Anti-Slavery Society (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Anti-Slavery Society, 1820-1951.

Correspondence of Sir Reginald L. Antrobus, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Sir Reginald L. Antrobus relating to Dinuzulu, 1890-7.

Papers of Charles Kenneth Archer (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Charles Kenneth Archer (1886-1965), settler in Kenya, 1919-52.

Copy journal of James Henry Archer-Burton, (Collection Level Description)
Photocopied typescript, 1989 of journal, 1894-1902 of James Henry Archer-Burton, Matabele Jim, transcribed and edited by his son.

Papers of Sir Robert Armitage, (Collection Level Description)
Letters from the Gold Coast and Nyasaland, 1948-55; Nyasaland memoirs, 1956-83; papers relating to Kenya, [1928-63].

Papers of Sir Edwin Porter Arrowsmith (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Edwin Porter Arrowsmith (1909-92), colonial governor, 1932-65.

Letters from Sir Oswald Raynor Arthur, (Collection Level Description)
Letters home as Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Falkland Islands, 1954-6.

Papers of F.N. Ashley, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to Ashley's experience as a colonial administrator in Nigeria, 20th cent.

Papers of T.G. Askwith, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript drafts of Askwith's works on community development in Kenya, 20th cent.

Address by Professor Kader Asmal, (Collection Level Description)
Address by Professor Asmal to the Anti-Apartheid Movement's 40th Anniversary Symposium at South Africa House, London, 26th June 1999.

Papers of Mr. D. Aston, (Collection Level Description)
Two reports relating to Malawi, 1940 & 1950.

Athletic Sports Programme (Collection Level Description)
Programme for "Athletic Sports" to be held at the Camp Grounds, Burgher Camp, Barberton, South Africa, 1901.

Memoirs of Michael C. Atkinson, (Collection Level Description)
"The bush out of my soul: two decades in Western Nigeria": memoirs of Michael C. Atkinson relating to his service as an Administrative Officer, 1939-59.

Anecdotes about colonial life in Nigeria collected by Michael C. Atkinson, (Collection Level Description)
Humorous anecdotes and tales of colonial life in Nigeria, ca.1910-50, collected and edited by M.C. Atkinson.

Diary of Jean I.C.B. Austin, (Collection Level Description)
Extracts from diary, detailing experiences as a sixteen year-old in Cameroon and Nigeria, 1947.

Papers of M.C. Ayton, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to Ayton's time as Senior Executive Engineer in the Malaya Public Works Department, 1958-61.

Items collected by Charles James Bagenal, 1923-9, (Collection Level Description)
Items include a black and white photograph, illustrated Christmas menu cards, and a watercolour.

Papers of Charles James Bagenal, 1900-51, (Collection Level Description)
Papers include correspondence, diary and photographs.

Papers of Alexander David N. Bain, (Collection Level Description)
Reports and memoranda on water supply, as geologist in Nigeria (1931-8); extracts from informal diary (1923-9, 1939-40); letters home (1926-38); maps; and letters from Bain's wife.

Papers of Dr. Clement John Baker and Lt. George Baker (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Dr. Clement John Baker (1872-1922), Chief Medical and Sanitary Officer of Uganda, 1901-28 and Lt. George Baker (fl. 1822-3), Lieutenant.

Papers of Bernard T. Balding, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to the activities of the Pacific Phosphate Company on Ocean Island, 1900-23.

Letter from Thomas Ball as Chief Engineer of the steamer "Nelly", (Collection Level Description)
Letter from Thomas Ball, at Lagos, to the Assistant Colonial Secretary, regarding repairs to the vessel, 14 August 1878.

Papers of Peter H. Balmer, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Peter Herriott Balmer relating to self-government in Western Nigeria, 1956-9.

Harvard University Thesis by Ernest R. Baltzell, 1922?, (Collection Level Description)
Thesis entitled "Administrative Legislation and Adjudication in Great Britain and the United States".

Bargain and Sale of a share in Bance Island, Sierra Leone
Bargain and Sale of a sixth share in Bance Island in the River Sierra Leone, with its appurtenances (including forts, slaves, military equipment, ships, merchandise, etc.): John Sargent to John Mill, 4 October 1765.

Papers of Robin W.I. Band, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Robin W.I. Band, Malayan Civil Service, 1949-71.

Pages from a letter book belonging to Sir Joseph Banks, (Collection Level Description)
Four pages in the hand of Sir J. Banks, from a letter-book, giving his 'Opinions on the subject of the slave trade', ca. 1743-1820.

Selection of material from the Joseph Banks Papers, (Collection Level Description)
Microfilm copies of a selection of material from the Banks Papers, 1781-93.

Papers of J. R. Granville Bantock, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to service in the Ceylon Police Force, 1920-39.

Letters from Walter Shearsmith Barley, 1900-1, 1998, (Collection Level Description)
Letters written by Walter Shearsmith Barley, from England and South Africa, to his mother and sisters, while serving in the Army in the South African War (1900-1).

Papers of Basil Henry F. and H. John Barnard, (Collection Level Description)
Newspapers and photographs depicting the work of Basil Henry F. Barnard in the Malayan Forestry Service, and of H. John Barnard in the Malayan Police, 1901-48.

The Barbary Files by H.G. Barnby, (Collection Level Description)
"The Barbary Files": an account of American-North African relations, 1783-1816.

Papers of Robert Ogle Barnes (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Robert Ogle Barnes (fl. 1937-60), senior soil conservation engineer, 1938-61.

Papers of Robert Ogle Barnes and R.S.W. Barnes (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Robert Ogle Barnes (fl. 1937-60), senior soil conservation engineer, and R.S.W. Barnes (fl. 1892-1926), civil engineer, 1892-4, 1925-69.

Letters from Annie Barnett, (Collection Level Description)
Annie Barnett's letters home, from Natal and Cape Colony, 1902-4.

Papers of Howard Barrell, (Collection Level Description)
Research material collected by Barrell for his DPhil thesis, comprising transcripts of interviews with ANC leaders and members, and documents by or about the ANC, 1989-93.

Papers of George Bartholomew, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of George Bartholomew, a trader in West Africa, 1906-21.

Papers of Neville Barwick (Collection Level Description)
Papers, mainly as District Officer, Eastern Region, Nigeria, 1953-8.

Logbook of Ascension Island kept by Captain William Bate, (Collection Level Description)
Logbook containing daily logs from Thursday 1 January 1834 to Saturday 31 October 1835.

Papers of Daisy May Bates, (Collection Level Description)
Bound photocopied drafts of a treatise on the social organisation of the aboriginal tribes of Western Australia, 1939-45.

Transcripts of speeches by Sir Harry Fagg Batterbee, (Collection Level Description)
Transcripts of speeches relating to Batterbee's service as High Commissioner in New Zealand, 1939-45.

Papers of Sir Harry Fagg Batterbee, (Collection Level Description)
Papers as British High Commissioner to New Zealand, 1939-45.

Correspondence and papers of Sir William Denis Battershill (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence and papers of Sir William Denis Battershill. (1896-1959), colonial administrator, 1914-52.

Sir William Denis Battershill photographic collection (Collection Level Description)
Sir William Denis Battershill photographic collection, 1914-59.

Papers of C.F. Battiscombe, (Collection Level Description)
Scrapbooks containing papers relating to the state visit of the Sultan of Zanzibar to Britain in 1929.

Thomas William Baxter Letters, (Collection Level Description)
Copies of letters from Cecil John Rhodes (originals dated 1868-1902), edited by Thomas William Baxter in 1974.

Papers of George Croker Bayly, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence and other papers relating to career in the Colonial Police Service, 1894-1915; papers relating to the career of P.H. Hamilton Bayly in the Colonial Prison Service in Sierra Leone, Rhodesia, etc., 1936-60.

Reminiscences of Ina M. Beasley, (Collection Level Description)
Account by Beasley of her work as Controller of Girls' Education in the Anglo-Sudan, 1939-50.

Papers of David Beatty, (Collection Level Description)
Letters home from Canton and Christmas Island, 1899-1954; transcript of journal of his father Robert Beatty's voyage to India, 1856.

Papers of William Bell, (Collection Level Description)
Scripts of musical revues and pantomimes put on in Uganda by William Bell and his friends during the early 1950s.

Reproduction of 'A View of Belize from Fort George, 1842', (Collection Level Description)
Card with reproduction of A View of Belize from Fort George, 1842, with explanatory notes about the painting.

Captain Benguey Photographs, (Collection Level Description)
Stereoscopic glass slides of scenes in Coomassie (Kumasi), Ghana, taken by Captain Benguey in 1905.

Letters of Mrs. Bennett, (Collection Level Description)
Two letters to Mrs. Bennett of Hoxton from Mary Richardson and Robert Horn in Grahamstown, Natal, 1844 and 1856.

Letters of Major-General Sir Frederick William Benson, (Collection Level Description)
Three letters from Maj.-General Sir Frederick William Benson to Mrs. Eastwood, wife of Col. Hugh Eastwood who had been severely wounded in the South African War, 1900-1.

Papers of Mary Benson, (Collection Level Description)
Letters from Semane Khama Molotlegi to Mary Benson and press cuttings from South African and other newspapers, 1988-91.

Transcribed letters from Oswald Herbert Best, (Collection Level Description)
Transcribed letters home, written as an Administrative Officer in Northern Nigeria, 1920-30.

Biography of James Bevan, (Collection Level Description)
Typewritten biography of Bevan, written by his grandson, Gerald Halden, c.1995.

Papers of Mike Bevan, (Collection Level Description)
Diary, 1941-1945, written by Bevan while interned in Stanley Camp, Hong Kong.

Photograph album of Eric R. Bevington, (Collection Level Description)
Album of photographs by Bevington of the Gilbert, Ellice and Phoenix Islands and of places en-route to these islands, 20th cent.

Papers of Peter Bewes
Letters to his parents from Uganda and Tanzania, 1969-79.

Photographs and letters from Robert Porter Bingham, (Collection Level Description)
Letters from Robert Porter Bingham to his parents as a Malay Civil Service cadet, and later, during service in Malaya (1926-7, 1931-50); with an album of photographs relating to a tour of Penang Island made by Bingham as Resident Commissioner (1957).

Addresses and testimonials addressed to Sir Ernest Birch, (Collection Level Description)
Addresses and testimonials of appreciation addressed to Ernest Birch (and one to his wife) by groups in Malaya, some in local languages, 1892-1907, with some photographs, c.1870-1920.

Papers of Sir Ernest Birch, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Ernest Woodford Birch (1857-1929) and of his wife Margaret, 1842-c.1960.

Papers of James Wheeler Woodford Birch and Sir Ernest Birch, (Collection Level Description)
Diaries (including photographs) of James Birch as British Resident of Perak, 1874-5, and correspondence and articles of Ernest Birch, 1889-1929, and diary of a voyage to the Malay peninsular, 1920-1.

Papers of Sir Cyril Handley Bird, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence, extracts from speeches, memoranda, etc., as member of the Legislative Council Uganda, Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee, and Minister of Commerce and Works, 1943-59.

Papers of Mavis Birdsey, (Collection Level Description)
"Sigh softly, African winds: a pioneering tale" (of Australia, South Africa and British East Africa), 1970.

Correspondence and papers of Sir Kenneth William Blackburne, (Collection Level Description)
Papers and correspondence of Sir Kenneth William Blackburne (1907-80), colonial administrator, 1929-63.

Photographs by John Blackie, (Collection Level Description)
Photographs taken by Blackie in Northern Rhodesia, 1904.

Papers of C.H.F. Blake, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to Blake's service in Malaysia, 1942-60.

Copy of journal kept by Robert James Bleakley, (Collection Level Description)
Copy of journal kept by Robert James Bleakley as a Colonial Office cadet in Singapore, 1937-1940, including an account of a visit to China, 1937-40.

Papers of Sir Hilary Rudolph R. Blood, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence, memoranda, articles, reports etc. covering colonial service in The Gambia, Barbados, Mauritius, British Honduras, Zanzibar and Malta, 1942-66.

Papers of Sir Michael Blundell, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Michael Blundell (1907-93), farmer and politician in Kenya, 1925-76.

Article by John Blunden, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript article, A Journey in Rhodesia by Blunden, 1972.

Papers of Henry S. Blunt, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, notes and statistics of production of timber and gum in the Sudan (1908-31), relating to service in the Forestry Department, Sudan; correspondence and notes on forestry in England with texts of speeches (1919-75).

Map of the Nile belonging to Henry S. Blunt, (Collection Level Description)
Map of the Nile belonging to Henry S. Blunt, c.1935.

Boer War Menu, (Collection Level Description)
Menu of Banquet to Forces engaged in South Africa at the Boa(e)rs Head, 1899-1902.

Boer War Lantern Slides, (Collection Level Description)
Forty coloured lantern slides of The Boer War of 1900.

Book of Oaths from Government House and Council Chamber, Sierra Leone, (Collection Level Description)
The book contains oaths which have been signed by officials of Government House and Council Chamber in Sierra Leone, 1833-82.

Papers of A. G. Boorman, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to Boorman's service in the Public Works Department, Nigeria, 1930-60.

Photographs relating to the Borneo Mission Association (Collection Level Description)
Photographs relating to the Borneo Mission Association, 1914-83.

Photographs and postcards relating to the Borneo Mission Association (Collection Level Description)
Photographs and postcards relating to the Borneo Mission Association, [?1906-09].

Notes on Borneo and early mission work by Reverend William Howell, (Collection Level Description)
"Historical Notes" on the island of Borneo and early mission work [the Borneo Mission Association], compiled by the Reverend William Howell, c.1928.

Papers of Reverend Canon Peter Geoffrey Bostock (Collection Level Description)
Microfilm copies of the papers of Reverend Canon Peter Geoffrey Bostock as Church Missionary Society missionary in Kenya (1935-1958), and Archdeacon of Mombasa.

Letter of General Louis Botha, (Collection Level Description)
Letter, with typescript partial translation, from Botha to Louis, written in London during a tour of European capitals by Boer generals, 1902.

Letters home from Sir William Cecil Bottomley, (Collection Level Description)
Letters home, in the form of a travel journal, describing a journey to East Africa, up the Nile and through the Sudan to Khartoum. 1926-7.

Papers of Robert Staveley Boumphrey (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Robert Staveley Boumphrey, auditor in the colonial service, 1910-65.

Papers of Sir Bernard Henry Bourdillon (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Bernard Henry Bourdillon (1883-1948), colonial administrator, 1905-83.

Account by Henry Townsend Bourdillon of his service at the Colonial Office, (Collection Level Description)
Original manuscript and typed corrected copy of an account relating to service as assistant under-secretary of state at the Colonial Office, 1954-9.

Transcript of an interview with Lady Violet Grace Bourdillon, (Collection Level Description)
Transcript of an interview with Lady Violet Grace Bourdillon on life in India, Iraq, Ceylon, Uganda, Nigeria, 1908-40.

Papers of General Sir Richard Bourke, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence and papers mainly relating to Bourke's administration of the Cape of Good Hope colony (Cape Colony), 1816-45.

Article concerning diary of Mrs. Bousfield, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript copy or draft of an article by Eve Palmer, Journey to Pretoria in 1878: Diary of Mrs. Bousfield, wife of the City's first bishop, c.1975.

Correspondence of Sir G.J. Bower, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Sir G.J. Bower, with a narrative about the Jameson Raid and the South African War, 1897-8, 1900, 1926-32.

Letters from Sir Graham John Bower, (Collection Level Description)
Copies of selected letters of Sir Graham John Bower, 1895-1928.

Reminiscences by Sir Graham John Bower, (Collection Level Description)
Reminiscences by Bower of his 16 years of service in South Africa, 1911.

Papers of Lalage Bown, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Professor Lalage Bown, mostly relating to education in Africa, 1949-79.

Papers of Captain Charles Vicars Boyle, (Collection Level Description)
Diaries and other papers relating to Nigeria, 1906-13.

Papers of Alex J. Braham, (Collection Level Description)
Papers and photographs relating to his time as district agent of the Royal Niger Company, Nigeria, c.1902.

Memoirs of John Brayne-Baker, (Collection Level Description)
Memoirs and text of talks on experiences in the Colonial Administrative Service in Nigeria and the British Cameroons, 1928-56.

Papers of Richard B. Brayne, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to Tanganyika. 1950-63.

Papers of Michael H. Breese, (Collection Level Description)
Memorandum on service in Nyasaland and Trinidad, 1947-63, with related articles.

Papers of Frank Brewer (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Frank Brewer (1915-87), colonial civil servant, 1948-59.

Correspondence of Hugh Middleton Brice-Smith, (Collection Level Description)
Letters home from Nigeria, 1901-19, with other miscellaneous correspondence, 1933-66.

Autobiography of Albert Francis B. Bridges, (Collection Level Description)
"So we used to do": autobiography by Bridges relating to his colonial service in Nigeria, 1921-49.

Farewell letters to Albert Francis B. Bridges, (Collection Level Description)
Farewell letters written by Chiefs and staff to Bridges when he left various stations in Nigeria as an Administrative Officer, and after his retirement (1934-51).

Maps of the Cameroons belonging to Albert Francis B. Bridges, (Collection Level Description)
Resident's copy of a map of the Cameroons with road projects marked in ink (1940); map of Cameroons Plantations (1945).

Reminiscences of Diana Bridges, (Collection Level Description)
"Black and white notes": reminiscences of life as the wife of a member of the Nigerian Colonial Service, 1927-49.

Reports by Sir E.G. Hawkesworth, W.M. Bridges and H.N. Harcourt, (Collection Level Description)
Reports by three Colonial Administrators in Nigeria, 1922, 1934, 1938.

Safari diary of Edwin Aubrey Brinkworth, (Collection Level Description)
Safari diary of Edwin Aubrey Brinkworth, from Dar-es-Salaam to Bagamayo, Lugoba, Kisambi, Kitengwi, and back to Dar-es-Salaam, 1946-7.

Minute book of the British African Colonization Society, (Collection Level Description)
Minute book dealing with the possible founding of a colony at Cape Mount, Liberia, and relations with the American Colonization Society, 1833, 1836.

Papers relating to the British Council of Churches and South Africa, (Collection Level Description)
Memoranda, statements and resolutions relating to the British Council of Churches and South Africa, 1954-5.

British Empire Handkerchief, 1897?, (Collection Level Description)
Linen handkerchief depicting representatives of the Army and Navy throughout the British Empire, with a banner in honour of Queen Victoria.

History of the British Empire, (Collection Level Description)
76 undated lantern slides in [original] wooden container labelled History of the British Empire, 1880s-1930s.

Minute books of the British Empire Producers' Organisation, (Collection Level Description)
Minute books of the British Empire Producers' Organisation: agricultural section, 1916-21.

Papers of the British Records Association (America), (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the British Records Association (America), c.1729, 1856-99.

Papers of the British Records Association (Australia), (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the British Records Association (Australia), 1842-1910.

Papers of the British Records Association (New Zealand), (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the British Records Association (New Zealand), 1858-1916.

Papers of the British Records Association (West Indies), (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the British Records Association (West Indies), 1815-96.

Papers of the British South Africa Company (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the British South Africa Company (the Cawston Papers), 1888-1911.

Notes on mining and the British South Africa Company, (Collection Level Description)
Photocopied typescript entitled "Notes on the registration of mining titles; the formation of the British South Africa Company, early grants of prospecting and mining rights", by [F.W. Worthington?]. Dated 19 April 1963.

Letters from the London office of the British South Africa Company, (Collection Level Description)
Microfilms of letters from the London office of the British South Africa Company, 1890-1907.

Photographs taken by Colonel Eric and Amy Brooke-Anderson, 1920-6, (Collection Level Description)
Album containing photographs taken by Colonel Eric Brooke-Anderson (Kenya administration) and his wife Amy. Mainly photographs of Fort Hall, Kenya, but also some of the surrounding area.

Papers of Sir Henry R. M. Brooke-Popham, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Henry R. M. Brooke-Popham as Governor and Commander-in-Chief, Kenya, 1936-53.

Papers of the Brookes of Sarawak (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Brookes of Sarawak, [1803-1977].

Correspondence and Papers of the Brooke Family of Sarawak (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence and papers of the Brooke Family of Sarawak, including papers of Charles T.C. Grant, Laird of Kilgraston, [1830-1977].

Papers of Robert Bernard Brooks, (Collection Level Description)
Papers as Resident in Calabar Province, Nigeria, 1914-32.

Papers of Herbert Collingwood A. Bryant, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, etc., relating to Colonial Administrative Service in Nigeria and the Cameroons (1935-45); and in the Western Pacific High Commission (1946-51).

Papers of Dr. Frank Howard Budden, 1944-9, (Collection Level Description)
Reports written by Budden as Medical Officer, later Ophthalmologist, in Sokoto, Nigeria.

'Forty years in New Zealand' by the Reverend James Buller, (Collection Level Description)
Microfilm copy of "Forty years in New Zealand: including a personal narrative, an account of Maoridom, and of the Christianization and colonization of the country" (1878), by the Reverend James Buller.

Letter book of Sir Henry Ernest G. Bulwer, (Collection Level Description)
Letter book of Sir Henry Ernest G. Bulwer as Governor of Natal (1882-5).

Letter from General Schalk Burger, (Collection Level Description)
Letter from General Schalk Burger to Jan, written in the Hague during a tour of European capitals by Boer generals, 1902.

Notes on the Mozambique by Montagu Burrows, (Collection Level Description)
Burrows' "Notes on the Mozambique", with a letter from Burrows to the Editor of the United Service Journal regarding possible publication.

Photographs belonging to B.D. Burtt, (Collection Level Description)
Photographs of East African flora and geological features belonging to B.D. Burtt, 1930s.

Two mounted photographs of B.D. Burtt and C.F.M. Swynnerton, (Collection Level Description)
Two mounted photographs: B.D. Burtt at Galapo (October 1933), and C.F.M. Swynnerton working in the boma at Old Shinyanga (ca.1936).

Papers of Frederick Karl Butler, (Collection Level Description)
Report on, and diary of, the operations of 11th African Division of Abyssinia, from River Tana to Addis Ababa, February-April 1941, with letters home and maps (1 box). Cricket in Nigeria, a history, also by Butler, 1946, with scorebooks, 1925-53 (1 box).

Journal, notebooks and photographs of Major-General Stephen Seymour Butler, (Collection Level Description)
Eleven personal notebooks, with accounts of, and notes on, military service in East Africa, 1939-43, with manuscript journal of journey into "unknown Arabia", 1907-8, and photographs of Butler in uniform of Bimbashi or the Egyptian Army, c.1909.

Papers of Major-General Stephen Seymour Butler, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript memoirs of service in the South African War, East Africa, Arabia, Egypt, North India, Sudan, etc., 1899-1943.

Letters from Cara Buxton to Desmond Buxton, (Collection Level Description)
Letters from Cara Buxton to her nephew, Desmond Buxton, as traveller and farmer at Kericho and Kedowa in Kenya, 1913-24.

Papers of Clarence E.V. Buxton, (Collection Level Description)
Papers, reports and correspondence relating to Kenya, 1921-64, Zanzibar, 1913-65, and Palestine, 1939.

Petition with letter of support from Clarence E.V. Buxton, (Collection Level Description)
Petition by the local native councils of South Kavirondo to the Secretary of State for the Colonies, dated 7 December 1933. With a letter of support from Buxton and appendices of revenue and expenditure, dated 21 January 1934.

Political and Colonial Papers of Charles Roden Buxton (Collection Level Description)
Political and Colonial papers of Charles Roden Buxton (1875-1942), politician, 1908-50, 1971.

Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1st Baronet (1) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton (1786-1845), 1st Baronet and philanthropist, 1804-47.

Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1st Baronet (2) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton (1786-1845), 1st Baronet and philanthropist, 1805-1903.

Correspondence of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1st Baronet (3) (Collection Level Description)
Correcpondence of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton (1786-1845), 1st Baronet and philanthropist, [c. 1807]-1845.

Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton and Priscilla Buxton Letters, (Collection Level Description)
Letter from Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton to his daughter Priscilla regarding his future work in Parliament; letter from Priscilla to her aunt giving extracts from all of her father's letters from London on the slavery question.The letters are dated 1824-1834.

Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 3rd Baronet, (Collection Level Description)
Press cuttings, reproductions of earlier printed newspapers and other papers, and duplicates of papers in MSS. Brit. Emp. s. 444, 1872-98.

Caffre War Chiefs, (Collection Level Description)
Advertisment for an exhibition of Caffre War Chiefs from South Africa, the immediate vicinity of the present Caffre War, together with an Amaponda Woman and her Baby, 1851.

Photocopied essays by Peggy Phyllis Campbell, 1939, 1941, (Collection Level Description)
Three essays by Peggy Campbell relating to her husband's administrative service in the Gold Coast (1936-1946).

Papers of Robert O. Campbell, (Collection Level Description)
Memorandum on service, 1956-78.

Probate documents and papers relating to property in Canada, (Collection Level Description)
Probate documents and papers relating to property in Canada, 1881-1910.

Probate and certificate of ownership relating to estates in West Canada and Ontario, (Collection Level Description)
Probate and certificate of ownership relating to estates in West Canada and Ontario (1855, 1910).

Papers of Frank Basil Canning-Cooke (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Frank Basil Canning-Cooke (1906-94), Honorary Colonel, Royal Rhodesia Regiment and Zambia Rifles, 1950-56.

Cape Colony Letters, 1795-1880, (Collection Level Description)
Letters written from Cape Colony. Correspondents include Sir Henry Barkly, Robert Brooke, Sir William Eyre, George Macartney, Sir Rawson William Rawson and Sir Richard Southey.

Copy of a journal of Thomas Capper, (Collection Level Description)
Copy of a journal of Thomas Capper as Inspector of Schools, Jamaica, 1881.

Papers of the Cardew family, (Collection Level Description)
Family correspondence, 1842-1916, with transcripts and brief biographical details of the writers.

Mary Casey Diary, 1950-66, (Collection Level Description)
Typed transcripts of the diary of Mary Casey for the period 7 August 1950 to 6 April 1966.

Papers of the Central Mining and Investment Corporation Limited (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Central Mining and Investment Corporation Limited, 1890-1966.

Correspondence of Robert A.B. Chamberlain (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Robert A.B. Chamberlain (1865-1948), African colonist, 1903-08.

Papers of Sir John Robert Chancellor (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir John Robert Chancellor (1870-1952), 1911-31.

Correspondence of Sir John Robert Chancellor (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Sir John Robert Chancellor (1870-1952), 1909-29.

Passbook of Mukhacani Samson Chauke, (Collection Level Description)
South African passbook in the name of Mukhacani Sampson Chauke, 1983-6.

Photographs and papers of Charles John Chaytor, (Collection Level Description)
Photographs and a few related papers relating to Charles John Chaytor's service as administrative officer in Northern Nigeria, 1912-32.

Papers of Dr. Rex Leslie Cheverton, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript work entitled A History of Community Medicine and Health in British West Africa from the Fifteenth Century to Nineteen Thirty Nine, 1983.

Papers of Hubert Childs, (Collection Level Description)
Journals of tours of administrative service in Nigeria and Cameroon (1932-48). Also, reports and papers relating to service in Nigeria (1933-5), Sierra Leone (1950-6), and Southern Cameroon (1960-1).

E.M. Chilver Seminar Text, (Collection Level Description)
The Organisation of Social & Economic Research in the British Colonial Territories, text of an Institute of Commonwealth Studies (London) seminar by Elizabeth Millicent (Sally) Chilver, 7th December 1955.

Letter of H.B.M. Chipembere, (Collection Level Description)
Copy of a letter, [1961], by H. Chipembere encouraging his political supporters in their opposition to Dr. Banda, Prime Minister of Nyasaland.

Papers of Reverend Howard Joseph Church, 1953-7, (Collection Level Description)
Reports, memos, and speeches by the Reverend Howard Church relating to the Athi River Camp and Mau Mau rehabilitation.

Papers of Revd. Henry Clarke (1) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Revd. Henry Clarke (1828-1907), Church of England clergyman and politician, 1847-97.

Papers of Revd. Henry Clarke (2) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Revd. Henry Clarke (1828-1907), Church of England clergyman and politician, 1847-1907.

Papers of P.H.C. Clarke, (Collection Level Description)
Development of Education in pre-Independent Africa: notes on education in Tanganyika 1947-1961, a revised typescript version, c1990, of an earlier paper.

Letters of Thomas Clarkson (Collection Level Description)
Letters of Thomas Clarkson (1760-1846), anti-slavery agitator, 825-1828.

Papers of Sir Cecil Clementi (1) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Cecil Clementi (1875-1947), colonial administrator, [1873-1963].

Papers of Sir Cecil Clementi (2) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Cecil Clementi (1875-1947), colonial administrator, 1899-1912.

Papers of Sir Geoffrey Miles Clifford (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Geoffrey Miles Clifford (1897-1986), colonial administrator, 1930-78.

Catalogue of papers of Stephen Clingman relating to Bram Fischer (1908-75)
Papers of Stephen Clingman relating to Bram Fischer, South African lawyer and anti-apartheid activist, [1908-98].

Catalogue of the Clough family papers
Papers relating to the Clough family, 1682-2007, principally of Reverend John Clough (1835-1920) and his wife Amy Louisa Clough (1852-1934).

Papers of Arthur Guy Clutton-Brock relating to Nyasaland, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript by Clutton-Brock entitled "Case for the withdrawal of Nyasaland from the Federation" [c.1958-9]. Also, a typescript entitled "Present state of unrest in Nyasaland, statement of the synod of the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian" (1958).

Letters and Memoirs of Edward and Dorothy Powys Cobb, (Collection Level Description)
Letters home to his daughter, Dorothy, as farmer at Mau Narok and Keringet (1924-61); with reminiscences of life in Kenya by Dorothy Powys Cobb (1909-1950s).

Papers of the Codrington Family (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Codrington Family, baronets, Antigua and Barbuda, 1700-1869.

Photocopy of a report by Robert Edward Codrington, (Collection Level Description)
Report of the Deputy Administrator on the administration of Northern Rhodesia, 1 April 1897 to 30 September 1898.

Papers of Robert Henry Codrington (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Robert Henry Codrington (1830-1922), Prebendary of Chichester Missionary, 1866-1926.

Papers of Sir Geoffrey Francis Taylor Colby, 1948-56?, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Geoffrey Colby, Governor of Nyasaland.

Colenbrander Papers (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Johan William Colenbrander (1856-1918), colonel soldier, adventurer and entrepreneur, c1870-1995.

Susan Collin Thesis, (Collection Level Description)
Thesis entitled Non-violent action as a means of political and social resistance and change - Satyagraha and the Bakwena Ba Magopa, 1988.

Papers of Alan Collings, (Collection Level Description)
Papers as Administrative Officer in Tanganyika, as Financial Adviser in the New Hebrides, and as Financial Secretary in Montserrat and Gibraltar, 1947-79.

Desk diaries of Colonial Office patronage secretaries, (Collection Level Description)
Desk diaries of the Assistant Private Secretary (Appointments) to the Secretary of State for the Colonies, 1899-1915.

Papers relating to Commonwealth Fund Fellowships, (Collection Level Description)
Reports, 1930-1932, by British students who were enabled to study in America.

Papers of the Convention of Associations (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Convention of Associations, Kenya, 1919-32, 1957-63.

Papers of E. James Coode (Collection Level Description)
Papers of E. James Coode (b. 1918), colonial administrator.

Papers of Frank Derek Corfield, mainly relating to Mau Mau, (Collection Level Description)
Historical survey of the origins and growth of Mau Mau, by Corfield, in 2 volumes, plus appendices, commissioned by the Kenyan Government and published in an abridged version in 1960. Also, correspondence and news cuttings relating to Mau Mau, the Survey, East African affairs and the Joint East and Central African Board, 1956-67.

Papers of Percy Coriat, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Percy Coriat, Colonial Administrator in the Sudan, Libya and Oman, 1920-60.

Papers of Sir Robert Thorne Coryndon (1) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Robert Thorne Coryndon (1870-1925), colonial administrator, 1897.

Papers of Sir Robert Thorne Coryndon (2) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Robert Thorne Coryndon (1870-1925), colonial administrator, 1903-47.

Papers of Sir Reginald Coupland (1) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Reginald Coupland (1884-1952), colonial historian, 1904-48.

Papers of Sir Reginald Coupland (2) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Reginald Coupland (1884-1952), colonial historian, 1909-42.

Papers of Sir Reginald Coupland (3) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Reginald Coupland (1884-1952), colonial historian, 1938-39.

Diaries of safaris made by K.M. Cowley, W.F.P. Kelly, and G.C.M. Dowson, (Collection Level Description)
Personal diaries of safaris made by Kenneth Martin Cowley, Wallace F.P. Kelly, and G.C.M. Dowson as consecutive commissioners, in Southern Province, Kenya, 1956-62; with provisional agreement between the commissioner for the East Africa Protectorate and the Masai tribe, 1910.

Papers of Harry Bernard Cox, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to colonial administrative service in Nigeria, 1933-52.

Papers of Harry Bernard Cox relating to the Honorable A.C. Nwapa, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to a visit to the U.K. and Europe by the Honorable A.C. Nwapa (Nigerian Minister of Commerce and Industries) in 1952.

Cricket score books from Entebbe Sports Club and Kampala Sports Club, (Collection Level Description)
Cricket score books from Entebbe Sports Club (1926-7) and Kampala Sports Club (1932-3) in Uganda.

Photographs of Kiberege taken by Arthur Theodore Culwick (Collection Level Description)
Photographs of people, buildings and scenery in and around Kiberege, 1931-7.

Papers of Alfred Dalton, (Collection Level Description)
The collection largely consists of diaries and correspondence relating to Dalton's career with the Tanganyika railways, the Kenya and Uganda Railways and Harbours Administration, and the East African Railways and Harbours Administration, 1924-66, 1984.

Photograph of Kigoma, Lake Tanganyika, taken by Alfred Dalton, (Collection Level Description)
Panoramic view of Kigoma, Lake Tanganyika, taken by Dalton, 16 October 1922.

Papers of David Reginald Daltry, (Collection Level Description)
Letters written by Daltry to his mother, [1927] and other assorted papers.

Letters from Rowland and Clare Daniel, (Collection Level Description)
Letters from Rowland and Clare Daniel from South Africa and Botswana, 1898, 1906.

Letter from Alexis Orlof Davidoff, (Collection Level Description)
Letter written by Alexis Orlof[f] Davidoff to George Sceales who was about to leave for the war in South Africa, 1899.

Memoirs of Ann M. Davidson (Collection Level Description)
"The real paradise: memories of Africa, 1950-1963", an account by Ann M. Davidson of her life as a District Officer's wife in Nyasaland.

Anna Davie Thesis, (Collection Level Description)
Thesis by Anna Davie entitled 'By the Rivers of Babylon' A Study of the Rastafarian Movement, 1986.

Photographs and Reports belonging to Arthur W. Davies, (Collection Level Description)
Photographs and reports relating to the Gold Coast, 1939-51.

Report on labour problems in British tropical Africa by Arthur W. Davies, (Collection Level Description)
"Labour problems in British tropical Africa", 1939.

Papers of John Deemin, (Collection Level Description)
Business correspondence between John Deemin (as Agent and Agent-General in West Africa) and John Holt & Company (Liverpool) Ltd., 1900-13.

Thesis by Brigitte Nouaille Degorce, (Collection Level Description)
Thesis by Brigitte Nouaille Degorce entitled Les Peres Blancs en Haute-Volta, 1973.

Papers of P.M. Dempster, (Collection Level Description)
Handing over notes, 1955-62, as district officer (later district commissioner) in Kenya, with a copy of History of the Loyalists on resistance to the Mau Mau revolt.

Papers of Sir Edward Brandis Denham, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Edward Brandis Denham (1876-1938), Colonial Governor, 1806-1938.

Papers of Murray Graeme Dickson, (Collection Level Description)
Sarawak diaries, as Director of Education, 1949-50, 1957-62; miscellaneous correspondence, photographs and press cuttings relating to service in Sarawak, 1946-73.

Letters from Maurice de Courcy Dodd, (Collection Level Description)
Letters from Maurice de Courcy Dodd to his family, written as a clerk in the Royal Niger Company, serving under Lord Lugard, 1898-9.

Ernest F.T. Doku Thesis, (Collection Level Description)
Thesis by Doku entitled The International Protection of Human Rights in Africa, 1978.

Papers of William Bloomfield Douglas, (Collection Level Description)
Photocopy of diary, originally in 4 volumes, written while Resident of Selangor, Malaya, 1876-82, with an article by J.M. Gullick concerning the diary, 1975.

Papers of Brian D. Dowker, (Collection Level Description)
Articles relating to service as a plant breeder at the Katumani Experimental Farm, Machakos, Kenya, 1956-64.

Papers of Norman C. Drury, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Norman C. Drury relating to the Government Press in East Africa, 1914-63.

Papers of Edward Harland Duckworth, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Edward Harland Duckworth (d 1972), Inspector of Education Nigeria, 1930-70.

Papers of Colin Eric Duff, (Collection Level Description)
Proposed colonial forestry history: draft chapters on Fiji, British Honduras and Northern Rhodesia/Zambia, 1960-70.

Papers of Lieutenant-Colonel Angus Colin Duncan-Johnstone, (Collection Level Description)
Diaries, reports, correspondence, press cuttings, etc. relating to his service in the Gold Coast (now Ghana), 1922-57.

Extracts from the papers of Henry Dundas, 1st Viscount Melville, (Collection Level Description)
Extracts from the Melville papers, 1786-8. Microfilm.

Correspondence of Henry Dundas and Robert Saunders Dundas, (Collection Level Description)
Letters, mainly to the 1st and 2nd Viscounts Melville, relating to the West Indies, 1781-1830.

Letters from John Robert Dunn, (Collection Level Description)
Two letters, with transcriptions, discussing the aftermath of the Zulu War, the actions of the Boers, and rumours surrounding Cetewayo.

Memoirs of Eric Dutton as private secretary to Governors of Kenya, (Collection Level Description)
"The Night of the Hyena": memoirs by Eric Dutton as Private Secretary to Sir Robert Coryndon and Sir Edward Grigg, Governors of Kenya, 1922-31. Microfilm.

Brands directory and correspondence to John Wallace Eames, (Collection Level Description)
Brands directory, 1913-14, and coffee brokers' correspondence, 1931-3, to Eames as settler and farmer in the Solai Valley. Microfilm.

Farm diaries and records of John Wallace Eames, (Collection Level Description)
Farm diaries and records, 1911-30, as settler and farmer in the Solai Valley, Kenya.

Papers of E.W.D.H. Earle, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to appointment to the Colonial Education Service and work as Education Officer in the Gold Coast/Ghana, 1951-61.

Papers of the East Africa Dinner Club, (Collection Level Description)
Minute books, lists of members, annual dinner-table plans, 1927-70.

Papers of the East African Swahili Committee, (Collection Level Description)
Minutes, etc., 1956-65, with articles, notes and lists on Swahili language and literature, 1952-68.

Papers of the East Africa European Pioneers' Society (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the East Africa European Pioneers' Society, 1952-64.

Diaries of Thomas Edmondson Edwardson, (Collection Level Description)
Diaries of Edwardson as Conservator of Forests, Sierra Leone, and later as an officer in the Royal West African Frontier Force, 1935-42.

Photographs of the Gold Coast taken by J. Banks Elliott, (Collection Level Description)
Photographs of the Gold Coast, showing trading stations, factories, towns, markets and people: 1880-90.

Papers of Randall Erskine Ellison, (Collection Level Description)
Articles, drafts and photographs relating to career in the Education Service in Nigeria and Somaliland, 1928-58.

Papers of Mrs. Margaret J. Elwell-Sutton, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to service as a Woman Education Officer in Tanganyika/Tanzania,1955-66.

Papers of Ralph S. Elwell-Sutton , (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to work as an Education Officer in Tanganyika, 1949-71.

Archive of End Loans to Southern Africa
Archive of End Loans to Southern Africa, 1974-95.

'End of Empire' Transcripts (Collection Level Description)
Transcripts of interviews used for Granada Television's 'End of Empire' programme, 1985.

Papers of Elwyn Evans (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Elwyn Evans (fl. 1956-97), Director of Programmes for the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation, 20th cent.

Papers of Sir Geoffrey Evans (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Geoffrey Evans (1883-1963), colonial administrator, 1906-55.

Papers of Dr. Humphrey Silvester Evans (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Dr. Humphrey Silvester Evans (fl. 1902-63), Medical Officer in Fiji, 1902-63.

Papers of the Fabian Colonial Bureau (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Fabian Colonial Bureau, 1929-67.

Falklands War Cuttings, (Collection Level Description)
Newspaper cuttings, mainly taken from El Pais and El Dia, relating to the Falklands War, 1982-3.

Papers of Desmond William G. Faris, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to Changi and Sime Road internment camps, Malaya, 1942-56, and other papers, 1946-56.

Papers of Desmond William G. Faris, (Collection Level Description)
File of medical papers, 1931-46.

Papers of Sir George Farrar and family (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir George Farrar and family, c.1864-1982.

Memoirs of Sir George Farrar (Collection level Description)
Memoirs of Sir George Farrar (1859-1915), Baronet, businessman, and politician, 1893-1952.

Papers of W.F. Faulds, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript, Observations of a part-time spy of the federal army: an account of the service of W.F. Faulds - Captain - the Royal Rhodesian Regiment 1959-1964.

Papers of the Hon. Richard Feetham (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Hon. Richard Feetham (1874-1965), South African politician, 1846-1962.

Typescripts by Ellen Kathleen Fenning, (Collection Level Description)
Accounts by Ellen Kathleen Fenning of various aspects of life in Uganda, 1919-21.

Papers of John William Ferris, (Collection Level Description)
Nothing to Declare, the story of his service in the Royal Air Force and as Executive Officer in Hong Kong, 1947-67; Semper Paratus, the story of his service in the Hong Kong Auxiliary Air Force; On the Record, a volume of Hong Kong press cuttings, etc.

Papers of Colonel J.P.I. Fforde, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to service with the Palestine, Sierra Leone and Northern Rhodesia Police, 1937-81.

Papers of the Hon. Winston Field, (Collection Level Description)
The collection contains official and personal papers of Winston Field, 1950-69.

Papers of J. T. Fleming, (Collection Level Description)
Papers as Administrative Officer, Provincial Native Courts Adviser, Head of Uganda Law School, and Senior Courts Adviser in Entebbe, 1951-65.

Papers of Paul Duncan Fletcher, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to colonial administrative service in the Eastern Aden Protectorate, 1940-50.

Food and Cash Crops in the British Commonwealth (Collection Level Description)
Reports, memoranda and papers of 63 administrators, relating to their experiences in agriculture and administration in Commonwealth and colonial territories after 1945, [1980s].

Papers of Hugh Mackintosh Foot
Papers of Hugh Mackintosh Foot, Baron Caradon, as Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Cyprus (1957-60).

Papers of Herbert P. Ford, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript manuscript, The Pitcairn ship book: a maritime history of Pitcairn Island...told through the...thousands of ships that have called at the tiny, isolated South Pacific isle from 1790 through 1990, by Herbert P. Ford, 1995.

Diaries of J. Ford, (Collection Level Description)
Five diaries as surveyor in Tanganyika (1921-4, April-May 1926).

Papers of John Ford, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to work on tsetse fly and sleeping sickness in various parts of East Africa, 1930s-1970s.

Papers relating to the development and administration of forestry in Nigeria, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence between Colonial Administration, Conservators of Forests, etc., 1937-45, 1954-8.

Papers of Jack Forrest, (Collection Level Description)
Account of experiences as an education officer in St. Vincent, British Honduras and The Gambia in the 1940s and 1950s.

Papers of Jane Fosbrooke, (Collection Level Description)
'Ambo': transcripts of letters to her parents from Tanganyika, 1934-5; transcript of interview, 1972, with J.J. Tawney on her experiences as wife of Henry Fosbrooke; autobiography, etc.

Papers of E.D. Fox, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of E.D. Fox (fl 1945-64), Regional Government Agent, Baringo District, Kenya.

Memoirs of Yvonne Fox, (Collection Level Description)
Two typescript memoirs relating to her her time in south and west Africa, 1939-60.

Papers of Alexander Garden Fraser, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Alexander Garden Fraser (1873-1962), missionary and educationalist, 1900-62.

Photographs belonging to Margery A. Freeberne, (Collection Level Description)
Photographs relating to her service in women's education in Zanzibar (1938-44).

Broadcasts from Freedom Radio, (Collection Level Description)
Tape (with typescript transcripts) of Freedom Radio broadcasts made in Natal on the 14th of May 1961 and the 21st of May 1963.

Grant of Baronetcy to Sir Henry Bartle Edward Frere, (Collection Level Description)
Grant of baronetcy, 24th May 1876.

Photograph album of W. Ellerton Fry, (Collection Level Description)
Photograph album of views taken by Fry on the Mashonaland expedition, 1890.

Papers of N.R.E. Fuggles-Couchman, (Collection Level Description)
Published paper on agriculture in Tanganyika, relating to service there c1945-c1962.

Papers of Sir Ralph Dolignon Furse (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Ralph Dolignon Furse (1887-1973), colonial administrator, 1916-64.

Gambian Newsletters, (Collection Level Description)
Issues of both pro- and anti-government newsletters and pamphlets from Gambia, 1979.

Papers of Sir Leonard David Gammans and Lady Ann Muriel Gammans, (Collection Level Description)
Diaries, notebooks, etc. of Leonard David Gammans, 1916-1956; diaries. etc. of Ann Muriel Gammans, 1918-1970.

Papers of Dr. Michael Gane, (Collection Level Description)
Souvenir printed ephemera of Princess Margaret's visit to Tanganyika, 1956 and Fijian Independence, 1970.

Papers of J.A. Gardner, (Collection Level Description)
Administrative reports as District Commissioner in Elgeyo-Marakwet, Kenya, 1961-2.

Papers of Sir Edward C.F. Garraway, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence (including letters from Garraway to his family), diaries and papers relating to Southern Africa, 1888-1932.

Report by Michael D.I. Gass, (Collection Level Description)
Report by Michael D.I. Gass on the first elections to the Legislative Assembly of the Gold Coast, 1951.

Papers of Ernest Gedge (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Ernest Gedge (1862-1935), colonial administrator, 1890-1929.

Photographs belonging to George Howard Gibbs, (Collection Level Description)
Photographs of service in the Gold Coast Administration, 1921-31, and of attendance at an Agricultural Conference held in Ibadan, 1938.

Papers of George C. Gillan, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to service in Sarawak, Malasia, 1904-50.

Paper on Gladstone at the Colonial Office, (Collection Level Description)
Paper entitled Gladstone at the Colonial Office, 1846, by Professor Alan Shaw of Monash University, 1986.

Account book of Glenburnie Estate, (Collection Level Description)
Account book of Glenburnie Estate, Uasin Gishu District, Kenya, 1921-59.

Papers of F.R.L. Goadby, (Collection Level Description)
Diary and letters home on New Zealand tour, 1949, with album of photographs

Papers of Thomas Nelson Goddard, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to service in the Falkland Islands, 1914-20, and in Sierra Leone, 1920-33.

Papers of Sir William Allmond C. Goode, (Collection Level Description)
Papers concerning North Borneo and the Federation of Malasia, 1954-86.

Papers of H.J. Gooding, (Collection Level Description)
Memorandum on service in Tanganyika and Trinidad, 1950-1963, with related articles and PhD thesis.

Papers of Gordon Memorial College in Khartoum, Sudan, (Collection Level Description)
Annual reports and accounts (1938-50), and agenda, minutes of meetings, texts of speeches, etc. (1942-8).

Papers of Sir Hamilton Goold-Adams and Elizabeth Main, 1880-2001
Papers of colonial governor Sir Hamilton Goold-Adams (1858-1920) and of his daughter, Elizabeth Main (1918-2010).

Journal of Lumley Graham, (Collection Level Description)
Journal, 5 January-14 September 1853, of Lumley Graham.

Diaries of Reverend Francis Bell Grant, (Collection Level Description)
Diaries of Reverend Francis Bell Grant whilst in Barbados, 1867, 1870-4.

Papers of Dr. Peter Dundas Grant, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript reminiscences recounting experiences as a district medical officer in Tanganyika, 1954-62.

Papers relating to Richard Grant, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript account by Ian Grant of his father Richard Grant's involvement in taking Clydebuilt steamships to Lake Victoria, 1898-1900.

Grapevine postcard, (Collection Level Description)
Postcard with drawing of the South African flag peppered with bullet holes, with printed message of protest about the level of crime in the country, addressed to President Mandela, [1997].

Papers of A.F. Gray, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript memoirs of A.F. Gray detailing his work as a Meteorological Officer in Northern Rhodesia / Zambia from 1951 to 1971.

Papers of the Greg Family relating to estates in the West Indies, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to estates belonging to John and Thomas Greg in the West Indies, 1765-1834.

Papers of Robert Coventry Hunter Greig, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to service in Tanganyika and Palestine, 1934-46, with biographical notes by his son, 1999.

Correspondence between C.J. Rhodes and A.H.G. Grey, 4th Earl Grey, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence between Cecil John Rhodes and Albert Henry George Grey, 4th Earl Grey, 1889-1900.

Papers of Sir Selwyn Macgregor Grier, (Collection Level Description)
The collection mainly covers the years Grier was in Nigeria, and mostly consists of family letters from Grier to his mother and to his sister, 1884-1957.

Papers of J.C. Griffiths, (Collection Level Description)
Article entitled On Understanding the Chinese by Griffiths, 1997.

Papers of Quentin O. Grogan, (Collection Level Description)
Diaries, articles, memoirs and photographs, as big game hunter in the East Africa Protectorate and Uganda, 1908-55.

Photographs of the Groote Schuur Estate, (Collection Level Description)
Album of photographs of the Groote Schuur Estate, 1896-1900.

Photographs of the Groote Schuur Estate and the Rhodes Memorial, (Collection Level Description)
Album of photographs of the Groote Schuur estate and of the Rhodes Memorial there, ca. 1902-1910.

Papers of John George Haggard (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John George Haggard (1850-1908), diplomat, 1837-1917.

Report on the Boki people of Ogoja Province, Nigeria, by E.F.G. Haig, (Collection Level Description)
Supplementary Intelligence Report on the Boki of Ikom Division, Ogoja Province, with special reference to the Abo clan, by E. F. G. Haig, District Officer, December 1930.

Diary of William Malcolm Hailey, 1st Baron Hailey, relating to his journey to the Belgian Congo, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript and manuscript diary, with appendices, of Hailey's 'Journey to the Belgian Congo' in 1940.

Typescript by William Malcolm Hailey, 1st Baron Hailey, relating to native affairs in Africa, (Collection Level Description)
Bound typescript entitled "A Survey of native affairs in South West Africa" by Hailey, 1946.

Papers of William Malcolm Hailey, 1st Baron Hailey, relating to tours to America , (Collection Level Description)
Papers (correspondence, itineraries, press cuttings, articles, etc.) relating to Hailey's tours to America in December 1942 and November 1944.

Addresses, speeches and broadcasts delivered by William Malcolm Hailey, 1st Baron Hailey, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript and manuscript addresses, speeches and broadcasts delivered by Hailey, with related papers (letters, news cuttings and printed articles), 1912-58.

Correspondence of William Malcolm Hailey, 1st Baron Hailey, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence about Hailey's visits, books and lectures, with some related papers (newspaper cuttings, etc.), 1935-66.

Typescript by William Malcolm Hailey, 1st Baron Hailey, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript, with corrections, entitled "Great Britain and her dependencies" by Hailey, 1941.

Papers of John Hamer, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to service in Malaysia and Siam, 1905-57.

Papers of Lord Claud David Hamilton relating to the Masai in Kenya, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence on the Masai tribe, Kenya, with collections of tribal folk-tales and songs, articles on life in Kenya and a manuscript history of the Masai, 1958-67.

Papers of Alice Hammond, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript memoirs, [c1980?], of Alice Hammond's period in Kenya as nurse and housekeeper, 1934-5.

Papers of Tim Hardy, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to security problems and Communist insurgency, Sarawak, [1960s], and later papers dealing with Fiji.

Papers of Leslie B. Harmer relating to the development of the telephone in East Africa, (Collection Level Description)
Memoranda and reports on the development of the telephone in East Africa, 1942-5.

Papers of Sir Charles Henry Harper (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Charles Henry Harper (1876-1950), colonial governor, 1904-35.

Papers of Cecil Augustus Hart, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Cecil Augustus Hart relating to the Nigerian College of Arts, Science and Technology, 1954-60.

Speech by Gary Hart, (Collection Level Description)
Speech by Gary Hart, 2003, entitled In Search of National Security in the 21st Century.

Papers of Catherine I. M. Hastie, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Catherine I. M. Hastie relating to community development in Uganda, 1946-62.

Papers of Dr. James Haworth, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Dr. James Haworth as Colonial Medical Officer in Nigeria, 1951-5.

Papers of Helen Lilian Haylett, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Helen Lilian Haylett relating to her Colonial Office service in Zanzibar and Dar-es-Salaam, 1936-61.

Papers of Helen L. Haylett, (Collection Level Description)
Papers, 20th cent., comprising To Zanzibar and Back, a memoir by Helen L. Haylett of service in Zanzibar Protectorate, etc. from 1935 to 1961.

Correspondence of Leonard Heaney, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript transcription of letters written by Heaney from Tanganyika to his parents in England, compiled under the title Letters and Notes from Tanganyika 1929-1943.

Papers of William Crawford Heaney, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Crawford Heaney relating to appointment and career as Agricultural Officer in Kenya, 1949-63.

Papers of Trevor Hearl relating to Saint Helena, [1589]-2007
Papers collected by Trevor Hearl, teacher, writer and historian, relating to the political, economic and social history of Saint Helena.

Papers of Trevor Hearl, (Collection Level Description)
Material relating to the death of Napoleon Bonaparte on St. Helena, 1821, 1844.

Papers of R.G. Heath, (Collection Level Description)
Papers as Director of Agriculture, Malaya, with a report on the Lower Volta flood plain area, Ghana, 1953-62.

Papers of Archibald Keith J. Henderson, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to Henderson's career in the Ceylon civil service, 1944-7.

Papers of Hester Catherine Henn (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Hester Catherine Henn (microfilm) (1940-62), settler in Kenya.

Papers of Sir Sidney Herbert H. Henn (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Sidney Herbert H. Henn (1861-1936), MP, merchant, and administrator, 1922-36.

Letters from Sir Sydney Herbert H. Henn (Collection Level Description)
Letters from Sir Sydney Herbert H. Henn (1861-1936), MP, merchant, and administrator,, 1916-36.

Papers of Dennis George Ruddock Herbert, Lord Hemingford, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Dennis George Ruddock Herbert (1904-82), 2nd Baron Hemingford, 1922-82.

Papers of W.J. Herbert, (Collection Level Description)
Account book, explanatory notes on the accounts, and receipts, as Senior Veterinary Officer in Northern Nigeria, 1953-4.

Papers of G. Norman Herington, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence, memoranda, texts of lectures, reports, photographs and press cuttings, as Agricultural Education Officer in Nigeria, 1951-65.

Papers of G.A. Herklots, (Collection Level Description)
Two posters and one original drawing promoting the British War Organization Fund in Hong Kong, 1939-41.

Papers of Professor R. W. Heussler (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Professor Robert William Heussler (1924-84), historian, 1950-84.

Papers of George Frederick A. Hibberd, (Collection Level Description)
Personal papers covering colonial service in the Gold Coast, 1940-6, Nyasaland, 1947-52 and Singapore, 1952-7.

Papers of Francis Dennis Hibbert relating to Nigeria and Nigerian schools, (Collection Level Description)
Articles and lectures on schools in Nigeria, and on Nigeria in general, as a former Education Officer, c.1973.

Letter and article by J. D. Hickley relating to Benin River, Nigeria, (Collection Level Description)
Letter from J.D. Hickley to his father describing operations on the Benin River, Nigeria, 1894, along with a printed account.

Travel Journals of Charles Frederick Hickling, (Collection Level Description)
Travel journals, 1945-65, as Fisheries Adviser, Colonial Office, covering West, Central and East Africa, the Middle East, Far East and Indian subcontinent, also North Borneo (now Sabah, Malaysia) and Fiji.

Papers of James B.G. Hicks, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence, reports, etc., of police service in Southern Rhodesia and Kenya, 1911-36.

Higher Education in Anglophone Tropical Africa (Collection Level Description)
Memoranda, reports, letters and other papers on university and college education, chiefly relating to the universities of Makerere (Uganda), Ibadan (Nigeria), Dar es Salaam (Tanganyika/Tanzania), Legon (Gold Coast/Ghana) and Salisbury/Harare (Rhodesia/Zimbabwe), [1924-84].

Papers of A.G.C. Hill, (Collection Level Description)
Series of captioned photographs of agricultural features, crops and soil conditions in the Gold Coast, Sierra Leone, Kenya and Mauritius, 1946-7.

Thesis by Maurice E.J. Hobbs, (Collection Level Description)
Thesis on The contribution of education to the development of a plural society in Africa (with special reference to Tanganyika), 1956.

Diaries of Aubrey Dallas Percival Hodges, (Collection Level Description)
Diaries as a medical officer in Uganda, 1898-1906.

Reminiscences of Rosemary Hollis, (Collection Level Description)
"Life as a District Officer's wife in Northern Nigeria, 1951-1959", by Rosemary Hollis.

Photographs relating to the work of Edward Tilt Holmes, (Collection Level Description)
Photographs and some official papers relating to work as Agricultural Officer in Sierra Leone and Northern Nigeria, 1926-51.

Papers of John Holt & Company (Liverpool) Ltd. (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John Holt & Company (Liverpool) Ltd., 1863-1961.

Papers of Sir Herbert Ralph Hone, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to the military administration of Malaya, 1945-53.

Photographs of Hong Kong, Canton and Macau, (Collection Level Description)
Album of photographs of Hong Kong, Canton and Macau, c.1900.

Papers of Francis Gethin Hopkins, (Collection Level Description)
Letter-book as Principal Medical Officer in Accra, Ghana (1914), and other papers relating to service in West Africa (1892-1916).

Photographs relating to the work of Terence Francis Gethin Hopkins, (Collection Level Description)
Photographs of Nigeria and Gambia, some captioned, relating to colonial administrative service in West Africa, 1926-1930s.

Photograph of the opening session of the House of Chiefs, Nigeria, (Collection Level Description)
Photograph of the opening session of the House of Chiefs under the new constitution of Nigeria, 10 February 1947.

Hout Bay Library, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to the community library at Imizamu Yethu, Hout Bay, Cape Town, 1996-7.

Papers of Jack Thomas A. Howard-Drake, (Collection Level Description)
Photographs of tours made by successive Secretaries of State for the Colonies, in West and East Africa, the West Indies, etc., 1949-64.

Papers of the Rt. Revd. Peter H.H. Howes, (Collection Level Description)
Three logbooks and evaluation report as Officer-in-Charge, Padawan Community Development Scheme, Sarawak, 1957-64.

Papers of Aline Hucks, (Collection Level Description)
Letters, 1937-66; photocopy diary, 1942-3.

Correspondence and papers of Archbishop Trevor Huddleston
Correspondence and papers of Trevor Huddleston (1913-98), Archbishop of the Indian Ocean and member of the Community of the Resurrection, with some correspondence and papers of his family and his biographers.

Huddleston Order of Service, (Collection Level Description)
Printed order of service for the Service of Thanksgiving for the life and work of Archbishop Trevor Huddleston, held in Westminster Abbey, 29th July 1998.

Papers of Thomas Hudson, (Collection Level Description)
Plans of coffee estates in Ceylon, of the Polwatte Mills, and coffee store, Colombo, 1865.

Papers of Elspeth Huxley (1) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Elspeth Huxley (1907-97), author, [1902-59].

Papers of Elspeth Huxley (2) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Elspeth Huxley (1907-97), author, [1921-88].

Papers of Elspeth Huxley (3) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Elspeth Huxley (1907-97), author, [1929-96].

Papers of William Harold Ingrams and Sir William Newton, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Harold Ingrams (1897-1973), colonial administrator and author, and of William Newton (d 1915), colonial administrator, 1863-1969.

Audio cassettes on the Battle of Isandlwana, (Collection Level Description)
The Day of the Dead Moon, five cassette tapes of the story of the battle of Isandlwana, written and narrated by David Rattray, 1994.

Papers of Henry Izard (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Henry Izard (d. 1968), colonial administrator, 1939-67.

Papers of Harold Wycliffe Jackson, (Collection Level Description)
Papers accumulated as Director of Broadcasting, Malaya, 1946-58 and as first General Manager, Rhodesia Television, 1960-3.

John Lindsey Jackson thesis, (Collection Level Description)
Thesis entitled The Student Divestment Movement: Anti-Apartheid Activism on U.S. College and University Campuses, 1989.

Papers of B.L. Jacobs, (Collection Level Description)
Annual reports as district commissioner for Lango District, Northern Province, Uganda, 1955-8.

Material relating to the Jameson Raid, 1895-6, (Collection Level Description)
The collection contains photographs, printed handbills, and a writ.

Papers of Maitland Baron Jobson, (Collection Level Description)
Papers and photographs,mainly relating to southern Africa, 1888-1977.

Papers of Sir Jack Johnston, (Collection Level Description)
Recollections, typescript memoirs, 1997, of Sir Jack Johnston, covering his service, 1950-78.

Papers of Arthur Creech Jones (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Arthur Creech Jones (1891-1964), statesman, [1904-65].

Papers of Dr. Schuyler Jones, (Collection Level Description)
Printed and typescript items relating to the Mau Mau emergency in Kenya, 1953.

Papers of E.J.P. Jorissen, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Eduard Johan Pieter Jorissen (1829-1912), lawyer and politician, relating to South Africa, 1991-5.

Papers relating to elections at Jos, Nigeria, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to elections at Jos, Nigeria, in November 1956.

Photographs and memoirs of Stanley William Joslin, (Collection Level Description)
Collection of photographs relating to Joslin's service with No. 2 Colonial Survey Section, Royal Engineers, in Nigeria, 1926-8; and to a visit to Sumatra in 1938. Brief memoirs of his time in Nigeria.

Papers of A.T. Jourdain, (Collection Level Description)
Official and private correspondence (1954-1958), including notes and letters as representative of John Holt & Company (Nigeria) Ltd. and as Special Member of the House of Assembly in Northern Nigeria, 1954-8.

Typescript copy of the diary of Alfred Joy, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript copy of the diary of Alfred Joy, written on his voyage from London to Australia, and during his early settlement in Melbourne, 1853-4.

Papers of F. de V. Joyce, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Frank Horatio De Vere Joyce (1888-1959), farmer in Kenya, 1911-82.

Papers of Andrew G. Keay, (Collection Level Description)
Black and white photographs of various student sports teams, Government College, Ibadan, 1947-51.

Papers of Sir David Keir, (Collection Level Description)
The bulk of the papers in the collection relate to Keir's work with ACCCAST and COCAST, 1935-65.

Letter from Colonel R.G. Kekewich, (Collection Level Description)
Letter from Colonel Kekewich, commander of the garrison during the siege of Kimberley, to Sir Alfred Milner, 1900.

Papers of W.F.P. Kelly, (Collection Level Description)
Travel diaries for Kenya and South Africa and memoirs of service in Kenya, 1944-96.

Diary of Horace Paul Kendall kept whilst in Palembang civilian internment camp, (Collection Level Description)
Diary kept in Palembang civilian internment camp, Sumatra, 1941-2.

Kenya Armoured Car Regiment typescript, (Collection Level Description)
Photocopy of a typescript History of the Kenya Armoured Car Regiment, 1939-1941.

Papers of the Kenya Association, (Collection Level Description)
The bulk of the collection is concerned with enquiries about land for sale or to let. There is also some correspondence with visitors to Kenya and others requiring information about travel, accommodation, employment, etc., 1932-52.

Papers of the Kenya Institute of Administration, (Collection Level Description)
Programmes, papers and lectures from the Kenya Institute of Administration, 1962-68.

Kenya Settlers Photographic Collection, (Collection Level Description)
Photographs of Kenya settlers, farms and towns, 1898-1978.

Farieda Khan Thesis, (Collection Level Description)
Thesis by Farieda Khan entitled Towards Environmentalism: a Socio-Political Evaluation of Trends in South African Conservation History, 1910-1976, with a Specific Focus on the Role of Black Conservation Organisations, 2001.

Photographs relating to the work of Walter Wheatly Kilby, (Collection Level Description)
Photographs taken during colonial administrative service in the Gold Coast, 1928-31.

Memoir of Teddy (Z.E.) and Dorothy Kingdon, (Collection Level Description)
Posted in Tanganyika, 1930-1956, typescript memoir by Teddy and Dorothy Kingdon.

King's African Rifles Papers (Collection Level Description)
Memoranda and other papers, [1981-2], describing the experiences of officers in various East African regiments, c.1910s-1960s.

Letters from Mary Henrietta Kingsley, 1896-9, (Collection Level Description)
19 autograph letters from Mary Kingsley to Professor and Mrs. E.B. Tylor dealing with various aspects of ju-ju and fetishism in West Africa.

B. Kinkead-Weekes Thesis, (Collection Level Description)
Thesis entitled Africans in Cape Town: State Policy and Popular Resistance, 1936-1973, 1992.

Poem about Cecil John Rhodes by Rudyard Kipling, (Collection Level Description)
Poem, "CJR", by Rudyard Kipling, read at Cecil John Rhodes' graveside, 1902.

Papers of Sir Harold Kittermaster, (Collection Level Description)
Paper given by Kittermaster on the Somalis and other tribes of British Somaliland, c.1930.

Papers of Frederick Richard K. Kitto, (Collection Level Description)
Papers as Commissioner of Lands and Surveys for the British Solomon Islands Protectorate, 1950-9.

Genevieve Klein Thesis, (Collection Level Description)
Thesis entitled De Strijd Tegen Apartheid. The Role of the Anti-Apartheid Organisations in the Netherlands, 1960-1995, 2001.

Papers relating to Sarah Knighton, (Collection Level Description)
Account of Sarah Knighton's voyage to West Africa and subsequent service as a nurse in Nigeria, 1900-1, written by her father.

Letters from S.J.P. Kruger, (Collection Level Description)
Two letters from Kruger, one written to President Brandt of the Orange Free State, requesting help, 1877, the other to his grandson, written in exile in Europe, 1903.

Papers relating to the Kumi River Concession Limited, (Collection Level Description)
Leases, agreements, power of attorney and letters relating to the Kumi River Concession Limited, Gold Coast, 1901-3.

Papers of Henry Labouchere, 1st Baron Taunton (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Henry Labouchere, 1st Baron Taunton (1798-1869), statesman, 1854-8.

Labuan Island, (Collection Level Description)
Documents relating to the lease of coal mines and 'petroleum springs' in Labuan Island, North Borneo, 1889-1919.

Ladysmith Price List, (Collection Level Description)
Printed list of prices of food and tobacco during the siege of Ladysmith (2nd November 1899-28th February 1900).

Papers of Sir Godfrey Yeatman Lagden, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Godfrey Yeatman Lagden (1851-1934), colonial administrator, 1877-1934.

Letter-book of Sir Godfrey Yeatman Lagden, (Collection Level Description)
Letter-book as Resident Commissioner in Basutoland, 1884-1910.

Land Reform in Zimbabwe, (Collection Level Description)
Papers from the conference Land Reform in Zimbabwe:The Way Forward, 1998.

Papers of Donald H. Laycock, (Collection Level Description)
Detailed memorandum on service in tea research stations, 1947-1978.

Letters from John, Mary and Herbert Leigh, (Collection Level Description)
Letters from John and Mary Leigh, settlers in South Africa (1886-1908), and letters from Herbert Leigh who was in the tea trade in Assam (1885-94).

Memoirs of Captain H.J.C. Leland, (Collection Level Description)
Three volumes of memoirs, mostly concerning travels in West and West Central Africa, 1897-1913.

Photographs and diary relating to the work of Thomas M. R. Leonard, (Collection Level Description)
Photographs and diary of Thomas Leonard, medical officer in various African countries, 1901-31.

Papers of Sir Gordon James Lethem (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Gordon James Lethem (1886-1962), colonial governor, 1914-46.

Papers of Thomas Price M. Lewis (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Thomas Price M. Lewis (fl. 1941-5), author.

Papers of Edward Mulhearin Lilley, (Collection Level Description)
Microfilm of the diary of Edward Mulhearin Lilley of the Survey Department, Nigeria, 1925-8.

Field diary of C. [McD.] Lindsay, (Collection Level Description)
Field diary of C. [McD.] Lindsay kept during the Boer War, March 1900-January 1901.

Letters from David Livingstone, William Cotton Oswell and Richard Thornton, (Collection Level Description)
45 letters from David Livingstone, 2 from William Cotton Oswell, and 1 from Richard Thornton, 1841-74.

The Royal Atlas of Modern Geography by A.K. Johnston containing a map annotated by David Livingstone, (Collection Level Description)
Map 37 shows pencil annotations made by David Livingstone showing his route westwards from the coast and south of Lake Tanganyika, 1865.

Papers of Longleat Estate Limited in Kenya , (Collection Level Description)
Minute book, bank statements, cash books, farm notes, etc., relating to the administration of the estate, 1928-64.

Papers of the London Group on African Affairs, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the London Group on African Affairs, 1925-42.

Address by Sir Richard Luce, (Collection Level Description)
Address by Sir Richard Luce to a service of thanksgiving in Westminster Abbey to mark the end of HM Overseas Civil Service, the centenary of the Corona Club and the golden jubilee of Corona Worldwide, 25th May 1999.

Illustrations by Mrs. Edward James Lugard (Charlotte Eleanor), (Collection Level Description)
Illustrations by Mrs. Edward James Lugard (Charlotte Eleanor) in The rise of our East African empire: early efforts in Nyasaland and Uganda by F.J.D. Lugard, 1893.

Papers of Frederick Dealtry Lugard, Baron Lugard of Abinger (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Frederick Dealtry Lugard, Baron Lugard of Abinger (1858-1945), colonial administrator, soldier and author, 1858-1919.

Papers of Frederick Dealtry Lugard, Baron Lugard of Abinger (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Frederick Dealtry Lugard, Baron Lugard of Abinger (1858-1945), colonial administrator, soldier and author, 1871-1969.

Commission of Enquiry Report, with observations by Frederick Dealtry Lugard, Baron Lugard of Abinger, (Collection Level Description)
"Report of the Commission of Enquiry into the disturbances in Abeokuta province" (1918), with observations by Lord Lugard (1919).

Illuminated Address to Frederick Dealtry Lugard, Baron Lugard of Abinger (Collection Level Description)
Illuminated Address from Birmingham dignitaries to Captain F.J.D. Lugard, late officiating Resident in Uganda, on his return from representing the British East Africa Company there, 1892.

Papers of Frederick Dealtry Lugard, Baron Lugard of Abinger, relating to Bechuanaland, (Collection Level Description)
Letters, reports etc. from Bechuanaland, concerning Lugard's expedition for the British West Charterland Company, 1896-1901.

Sketch and maps belonging to Frederick Dealtry Lugard, Baron Lugard of Abinger, (Collection Level Description)
Preliminary sketch for a Governor's House in Nigeria, n.d.; six maps of areas of Uganda, Tanganyika and Kenya, compiled from Lugard's route sketches of 1890-3.

Papers of Sir Harry Charles Luke (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Harry Charles Luke (1884-1969), colonial governor, 1930-7.

Photographs of Tours to East Africa, (Collection Level Description)
Photographs recording a tour to Magadi, Kenya, made by W.F. Lutyens and others, October 1929 to March 1930, photographs recording an East African tour 13 October to 12 December 1947.

Logbook of HMS Star kept by John G. Lynch, (Collection Level Description)
Logbook for 29 June 1866 to 23 September 1869, kept by John G. Lynch, boatswain of HMS Star.

Papers of Maboonde Estate in Kenya, (Collection Level Description)
Reports, accounts and correspondence concerning the estate, 1921-59.

Letters to George Macartney, 1st Earl Macartney, whilst Governor of the Cape of Good Hope, (Collection Level Description)
Letter-book into which have been inserted letters from Britain to the Cape, 1797-8, mainly instructions to Macartney. Microfilm.

Correspondence of George Macartney, 1st Earl Macartney, whilst Governor of Grenada, the Grenadines and Tobago, (Collection Level Description)
Official correspondence between Macartney (as Governor-in-Chief of Grenada, the Grenadines and Tobago) and Admiral John Byron, Admiral Samuel Barrington, and the naval and military officers in the West Indies, relating to operations against the French, 1767-1806.

Correspondence of George Macartney, 1st Earl Macartney, whilst Governor of the Cape of Good Hope, (Collection Level Description)
Official letter-books of Macartney whilst Governor of the Cape of Good Hope, 1797-8, 1801.

Papers of Charles Frederick C. Macaskie, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence concerning work as Chief Civil Affairs Officer in British North Borneo, 1945-7, with draft autobiography.

Nigerian photographs and presscuttings belonging to Anne Macdonald and Walter Johnstone, (Collection Level Description)
Nigerian photographs (1910-56); press cuttings, etc. of the Queen's visit (1956) belonging to Anne Macdonald. Nigerian photographs (1874-84), belonging to Walter Johnstone.

Interviews with Malcolm John MacDonald (Collection Level Description)
Interviews with Malcolm John MacDonald (1901-81), politician, diplomat and writer, 1970-4.

Journal of Alice Mackenzie, (Collection Level Description)
Journal (April to October 1859) written by Alice Mackenzie at Bishopstowe, Maritzburg, Natal.

Notebooks and journals of the Rt. Hon. Sir Halford John Mackinder, (Collection Level Description)
18 notebooks and 2 volumes of typescript journal relating to the first ascent of Mount Kenya, 1899.

Interview with Sir John Stuart Macpherson, (Collection Level Description)
Tape and transcript of an interview, 1968, on his career in the Colonial Service, and as Governor and Governor-General of Nigeria.

Postcards relating to Madagascar, c. 1910, (Collection Level Description)
13 postcards of Malagasy people and 1 postcard of the military hospital, Majunga, Madagascar.

Diary of Lady Elnor Maddocks, (Collection Level Description)
Diary of Lady Elnor Maddocks depicting bush life in Salingo, Adamawa province, Nigeria, 1937.

Interview with Father Joseph Maguire, (Collection Level Description)
Transcript of an interview with Father Joseph Maguire as conducted by Professor Andrew E. Barnes, 1993.

Letter book of Sir Peregrine Maitland, (Collection Level Description)
Letter book of Sir Peregrine Maitland as Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Cape Colony, May 1846-December 1848.

Papers of Donald Wingfield Malcolm (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Donald Wingfield Malcolm (b. 1907), colonial administrator, 1926-60.

Papers relating to the Plague of Malta, (Collection Level Description)
Papers concerning the Plague of Malta in 1813.

Diploma of Nelson Mandela, (Collection Level Description)
Copy, in latin, of Diploma awarded to Mandela by the University of Oxford at a ceremony at Buckingham Palace in 1996, and order of ceremony for his visit to Oxford in 1997.

Mandela 'War on Want' Jigsaws, (Collection Level Description)
War on Want jigsaws, one with an artist's impression of Nelson Mandela against a background of the African National Congress flag, the other of Winnie Mandela, 20th cent.

Papers of the Reverend Michael Ashley Mann, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to service in Colonial Administration in Southern Nigeria, 1946-55, and as Vicar of Port Harcourt, Nigeria, 1962-7.

Papers of Ralph N. Mann, (Collection Level Description)
Letters home, 1954-8, with correspondence relating to research into the lives of Button Gwinnet and Elias Vanderhorst.

Papers of Elfrida Manning, (Collection Level Description)
Papers concerning stay in Jamaica with Lord and Lady Olivier in 1931, with related material on Lord Olivier.

Papers of P.J.C. Marchant, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to administrative service in Tanganyika (1948-65).

Papers of William Sydney Marchant, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Sydney Marchant (1894-1953), Colonial Administrator, 1925-47.

Papers of William Sydney Marchant, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Sydney Marchant (1894-1953), Colonial Administrator, 1919-47.

Bet between Sammy Marks and Mr. Coffey, 5 October 1899, (Collection Level Description)
Bet between Sammy Marks and Mr. Coffey about the duration of the "present difficulty" in South Africa.

Memoirs of Otto Markus, (Collection Level Description)
Memoirs of Otto Markus as pioneer, trader, and Director and Chairman of the East African Trading Company, 1903-49. Typescript.

Memoirs of Otto Markus, (Collection Level Description)
Memoirs of life as pioneer and trader in British East Africa, 1900-1923. Microfilm.

Papers of Mary Marquand, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript and manuscript of Him now; a Solomon Islands honeymoon, reminiscences of life as the wife of a colonial officer, 1946.

Papers of W.J. Marquand, (Collection Level Description)
Community development in the British Solomon Islands Protectorate with particular reference to the Marching Rule movement on the island of Malaita: report by Marquand as an Administrative Officer, 1949-50.

Papers of Sidney Frederick Marriott, (Collection Level Description)
Letters, papers and photographs, c1875-1930.

Papers of Hedley Herbert Marshall, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Hedley Herbert Marshal relating to legislative suggestions arising from the revision of the laws, 1958-62, Northern Region of Nigeria.

Papers of Robin Martin, (Collection Level Description)
Reminiscences of service in the Palestine Police Force, 1936-48, and in the Nyasaland Police Force, 1949-64.

Letters from Geoffrey Bussell Masefield, (Collection Level Description)
Letters from Geoffrey Bussell Masefield (1911-2001), agriculturalist and author, 1934-1945.

Papers of Hubert Frank Mathews, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Hubert Frank Mathews (1885-1964), Political and Anthropological Officer in Nigeria, 1910-61.

Diaries of Sir John Maxwell, (Collection Level Description)
Diaries of Sir John Maxwell (1875-1946), relating to his career as a Colonial Administrator in the Gold Coast, 1909-1930.

Letters from Tom Mboya to James Johnson M.P., (Collection Level Description)
Letters from Tom Mboya to James Johnson, M.P., on political situation in Kenya, 1957.

Papers of the Rt. Revd. Francis Thomas McDougall, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Francis Thomas McDougall (1817-1886), Bishop of Labuan and Sarawak, 1848-67.

Papers of the Rt. Revd. Francis Thomas McDougall, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Francis Thomas McDougall (1817-1886), Bishop of Labuan and Sarawak, 1811-86.

Papers of Samuel Burnside B. McElderry, (Collection Level Description)
Album of photographs taken on first tour of service as Administrative Officer in Hong Kong, c1909-11; diary of service as Deputy Chief Secretary in Tanganyika, and Chief Secretary in Zanzibar, 1933-4.

Memoir of Peter McEntee, (Collection Level Description)
Something for the Record, memoir, 1995, by McEntee.

Papers of William Northrup McMillan, (Collection Level Description)
Papers, mainly covering the period 1914-18, whilst McMillan was in British East Africa.

Article by James Meade, (Collection Level Description)
Article by Meade on rugby in Fort Jameson, Northern Rhodesia, 1951.

Papers of Richard Meinertzhagen, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Richard Meinertzhagen (1878-1967), naturalist and intelligence officer, 1899-1965.

Diary of Frank Hulme Melland, (Collection Level Description)
Melland's diary as Assistant Commissioner in North Eastern Rhodesia, 1901-5.

Melliss Papers, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Melliss family relating to St. Helena, 19th-20th cent.

Memoirs of George Dudley Meredith, (Collection Level Description)
"Recollections of Days Spent in Africa": memoirs of life and work in the Gold Coast Survey Department, 1921-46.

Memoir of R.T. Michelin, (Collection Level Description)
It was always hot, typescript memoir, [1980s], of his time in the Colonial Police Service in Nigeria, Jamaica, Barbados and the Leeward Islands, 1924-58.

Roll of men awarded the Medal for Operations in Matabeleland, Rhodesia, (Collection Level Description)
Roll of Officers, non-commissioned officers, and men of the British South Africa Company Forces and of the Imperial troops who were awarded the Medal for Operations in Matabeleland, Rhodesia, 1893. Microfilm.

Microfilms from Zimbabwe, (Collection Level Description)
Government reports and papers (1895-1957), Coillard Papers (1883-1904), and the reminiscences of John Meikle (undated).

Papers of Stanley Milburn relating to society in Nigeria and Sierra Leone, (Collection Level Description)
Papers on education, native customs, folklore, history and secret societies in Nigeria and Sierra Leone, 1791-1801, 1926-50.

Papers of John F. M. Millard relating to military campaigns, (Collection Level Description)
Account by Millard of invasion of French Madagascar (1942) and of return to England from Italian campaign (undated); also account of Abyssinian campaign (1941-2).

Letters from J. Harry G. Miller-Stirling, (Collection Level Description)
Letters home as administrative officer in Northern Nigeria, and while serving in the German East Africa campaign, 1910-17.

Papers of Geoffrey Milne, (Collection Level Description)
Diaries, reports, memoranda, correspondence, etc. of Geoffrey Milne, as soil scientist in East Africa and the West Indies, 1924-42; with "Soils of Sukumaland" (Tanganyika): a final report by C.G.T. Morrison, 1956, and miscellaneous printed material, 1924-59.

Papers of Dr. James Clyde Mitchell, 1933-76
Academic Papers of Dr. James Clyde Mitchell (1918-95)

Additional Papers of Dr. James Clyde Mitchell, 1932-86
Academic Papers of Dr. James Clyde Mitchell (1918-95)

Papers of Thomas Keith Mitchell, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence, courses, reports, handing-over notes, building specifications, plans, etc., as senior inspector of education (technical), Eastern Region, Nigeria, 1953-63.

Papers of Robert Frederick Mole, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Robert Frederick Mole (fl 1914-88), colonial civil servant, 1935-63.

Papers of Sydney and Flora Moody, (Collection Level Description)
The collection largely consists of Flora Moody's papers (diaries, notebooks, correspondence etc.) and mainly covers the years spent in Palestine and Mauritius, 1916-66.

Papers of H.T. Moor, (Collection Level Description)
Papers and press cuttings, 1830s-1940s.

Diaries and Letters of Lady Daphne Moore, (Collection Level Description)
Diaries and letters home, relating to the service of Lady Daphne Moore's husband, Henry, in Bermuda, Nigeria, Kenya and Sierra Leone, 1922-1947.

Diaries of Humphrey Alan W. Morrice, (Collection Level Description)
Diaries relating to Morrice's service in the Sudan, and diaries of trips to India, USA, Africa, etc., 1936-59.

Papers of Sir George and Lady Mooring, (Collection Level Description)
Papers and photographs relating to Sir George Mooring's period as British Resident of Zanzibar, 1960-3, and other papers relating to Zanzibar history, 1902-64.

Papers and photographs of Barbara Morris, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript accounts and photographs of journeys in Africa and through the Western Pacific, 1958-66.

Field diaries of H.J. Morris, (Collection Level Description)
Field diaries, Sudan Locust Survey, 1951-5.

Papers of Dr. Kenneth R.S. Morris, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Kenneth Robert Stacey Morris (1901-80), entomologist, 1929-63.

Maps of Dr. Kenneth R.S. Morris, (Collection Level Description)
Maps of sleeping sickness areas of West and East Africa made by Dr. Kenneth R.S. Morris, 1926-61.

Diary of Lieut.-Colonel Richard P. Morris, (Collection Level Description)
Photocopied pages of diary, 1943, of Morris's journey on the vessel Gripsholm from Rio de Janeiro to Canada after his release from internment by the Japanese.

Papers of Eric Laidley Mort, (Collection Level Description)
Journals of two Trans-Sahara journeys from Nigeria to England, 1933 and 1936, as superintendent of education in Nigeria, 1914-37.

Maud Shimwaayi Muntemba Thesis, (Collection Level Description)
Thesis entitled Rural Underdevelopment in Zambia: Kabwe Rural District, 1850-1970, 1977.

Article on Werner Münzinger, (Collection Level Description)
Article by Sir Edward Peck on the life of Werner Münzinger, 1994.

Papers of Sir William Lindsay Murphy (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir William Lindsay Murphy (1887-1965), colonial governor, 1911-83.

Interview with Professor Swedi A. Mwankemwa, (Collection Level Description)
Transcript of an interview with Professor Mwankemwa by John Iliffe, 25trh July 1995, concerning his training and subsequent career in medicine.

Papers of the Namibia Support Committee, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Namibia Support Committee, 1967-93.

Natal Sugar Commission Papers, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Natal Sugar Commission, 1847-1979.

Papers of Sir Matthew Nathan, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Matthew Nathan (1862-1939), Lieutenant Colonel and Colonial Governor, 1884-1938.

Papers of Professor Herbert George Nicholas, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Professor Herbert George Nicholas (1911-98), scholar, 1969-78.

Papers of the National Council of Nigeria and the Cameroons, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the National Council of Nigeria and the Cameroons and other papers relating to the politics of the Western Region of Nigeria, 1952-7.

Papers relating to constitutional arrangements for Nigeria, (Collection Level Description)
Memoranda and correspondence on constitutional arrangements for Nigeria, 1943-5.

Papers of the Njoro Settlers' Association, (Collection Level Description)
Farm records, minute books, and correspondence of the Njoro Settler's Association, Kenya, 1915-66.

Papers of Captain Eric Cato Nottingham, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to service in the Nigerian and Gold Coast Police, 1919-44.

Correspondence between Sir George Nugent and Admiral Sir John Thomas Duckworth, (Collection Level Description)
Letters from Nugent, whilst Lieutenant-Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Jamaica, with a few copies of replies from Duckworth, 1801-5.

Photographs of the Nyasaland Legislative Council, (Collection Level Description)
Album of photographs of the opening of the Legislative Council Chamber, Zomba, 1957.

Papers of Cedric Owen Oates, (Collection Level Description)
Articles, minutes of meetings, memoranda, statements and correspondence, mostly as Chairman of the Convention of Associations in Kenya, 1950-72.

Papers of Charles Richard M. O'Brien, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to service in South Africa, 1900-2.

Papers of John Francis C. O'Brien , (Collection Level Description)
Reports, memoranda, notes and printed material relating to service as an agricultural officer in Egypt and later in Tanganyika, 1912-31

Papers of John Houldsworth Oldham, D.D. (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John Houldsworth Oldham, D.D. (1874-1969), missionary, [1918-58].

Papers of the Oljoro Farmers' Association, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Oljoro Farmers' Association, Arusha (Tanganyika), 1948-65.

Papers of the Overseas Nursing Association, 1894-1972
Papers of the Overseas Nursing Association, formerly the Colonial Nursing Association, which was established in 1895 to provide trained nurses for hospital and private work in the British colonies and among other British communities abroad.

Papers relating to Orange River Colony, South Africa, (Collection Level Description)
Agreements to purchase prospecting rights and mining rights at Bluegum Farm, Winburg, Orange River Colony, South Africa, 1902.

Papers of John William H. O'Regan, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of John William Hamilton O'Regan (b 1913), Colonial Administrator, 1935-62.

Memoirs of Donald Adrian Owen, (Collection Level Description)
Memoirs of Donald Adrian Owen, 1880-1952, being a selection of his writings, letters and extracts from diaries as Resident in Sarawak.

Photographs of cadets from the Oxford University Colonial Administrative Service Course / Colonial Services Club, (Collection Level Description)
Album containing group photographs of the Oxford University Colonial Service cadets, 1929, 1931-40, 1947-50.

Sketches, photographs and diaries of Mrs. E.C. Packard, (Collection Level Description)
Sketches, photographs and diaries relating to Sierra Leone, 1904-1915?.

Stamp set of Georgina Page, (Collection Level Description)
Set of stamps for the British South Africa Company, presented to Miss Georgina Page by Cecil Rhodes in 1894.

Minute books of the Palibe Kantu Club, (Collection Level Description)
Minute books of the Palibe Kantu Club, Nyasaland, 1900-14.

Papers of William Waldegrave Palmer, 2nd Earl of Selborne, (Collection Level Description)
Proofs of the first draft of The Selborne memorandum, a review of the present mutual relations of the British South African colonies by Palmer, 1906

Robert Joseph Papstein thesis, (Collection Level Description)
Thesis by Papstein entitled The Upper Zambezi: a History of the Luvale People, 1000-1900, 1978.

Transcripts, compiled by Richard Pares, of records relating to trade in the West Indies, (Collection Level Description)
20th-21st cent. transcripts of records relating to trade in the West Indies, originals dated 1646-1800.

Papers of R.C. Parkin, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of R.C. Parkin, colonial administrator in Ghana and Uganda, 1951-64.

Papers of Brian Parry, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Brian Parry, oilworker in Sarawak, 1930-41.

Photographs of Kano-Sokoto expedition belonging to J. H. Paterson, (Collection Level Description)
Album of captioned photographs of the Kano-Sokoto expedition, Northern Nigeria, 1903.

Papers of Sir John Warburton Paul, 1962-1973, (Collection Level Description)
Files relating to Sir John Paul's time spent in the Gambia, British Honduras (now Belize) and the Bahamas.

Papers of Phyllis Pavese, (Collection Level Description)
Democratic National Convention material, 1996, from Chicago '96.

Interview with Sir Frederick Johnson Pedler, (Collection Level Description)
Transcript of an interview (1970) with Sir Frederick Johnson Pedler relating to his service in the Colonial Office and in Africa, 1930-1968.

Papers of Sir Frederick Johnson Pedler, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Frederick Johnson Pedler (1908-91), Colonial Administrator, 1934-68.

Papers of Dame Margery Freda Perham (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Dame Margery Freda Perham (1895-1982), historian, [1844]-1980.

Perham Conference Papers, (Collection Level Description)
Papers given at a conference held in honour of Dame Margery Perham at Rhodes House, Oxford, 1989.

Papers of Sir John Pestell (Collection Level Description)
Typescript diary and papers as Secretary and Comptroller to the Governor of Southern Rhodesia, 1965-9.

Letters of A. Reginald Phillips, (Collection Level Description)
Copies of letters written home while working as a mining engineer in Bolivia, Nigeria and Burma, 1907-22.

Papers of Ivan Lloyd Phillips (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Ivan Lloyd Phillips (1910-84), colonial administrator, 1931-77.

P.H. Phillips Thesis, (Collection Level Description)
Thesis by P.H. Phillips entitled The Political Economy of Energy in Zimbabwe, 1989.

Papers of Donald C. Pickering, (Collection Level Description)
District agricultural notebooks, and a briefing on agricultural development by Pickering, relating to service, 1954-67.

Memoirs of Wilfred J. Plumbe, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript memoirs, c1985, entitled African Morning: Adventures in Nigeria & Sudan.

Letters from Hugh Wykeham David Pollock, (Collection Level Description)
Letters home, from Pollock to his mother, whilst on colonial service in Tanganyika, 1923-35.

Papers of Hugh Wykeham David Pollock, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence between Pollock and his fiancee, Barbara Reckitt, while on colonial service in Tanganyika (1932-3); letters of condolence after Pollock's death (1973); reminiscences of Tanganyika; and a flight diary, Poole-Mbeya (1940).

Diary of Sir John Ponsonby, (Collection Level Description)
Diary of military expedition through British East Africa to the Congo, 1898-9, with a march through Naivasha and Mumias to Unyoro where Sir Ponsonby commanded Sudanese troops in the Uganda Mutiny.

Letters of Lieutenant Charles D'Aguilar Pope, (Collection Level Description)
Manuscript letters, with transcripts, from Lieutenant Charles D'Aguilar Pope, stationed in South Africa, 1878.

Papers of Sir John Pope-Hennessy, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir John Pope-Hennessy (1834-91), Colonial Governor, 1743-1964.

Papers of J. Michael Popkin, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence, articles, statistics, photographs, etc., on the development of colonial education in Kenya, 1946-64.

Diaries of Geoffrey Douglas Popplewell, (Collection Level Description)
Diaries kept as an Administrative Officer in Tanganyika, with detailed comments on safaris and other duties, 1934-41.

Recollections of Geoffrey Douglas Popplewell, (Collection Level Description)
"Random Recollections of a District Commissioner" by Geoffrey Popplewell covering his service in Tanganyika, 1926-57.

Papers of Sir Gerald H. Portal, (Collection Level Description)
Letterbooks, diaries, correspondence etc. relating to service in Cairo, Zanzibar and Uganda, 1881-95.

Papers of John Rutherford Parkin Postlethwaite, (Collection Level Description)
Scrapbooks containing letters, press cuttings, leaflets etc., relating to service in Uganda, 1909-32.

Memoirs of Brian Havelock Potts, (Collection Level Description)
Memoirs as settler in Thika (1912-24) and Mount Elgon (1924-31).

Papers of William H. Potts, Charles H.N. Jackson and Bernard D. Burtt, (Collection Level Description)
The collection mainly consists of papers relating to the work of William Herbert Potts in the Department of Tsetse Research in Shinyanga, Tanganyika, 1920s-1950s.

Papers of Villiers B.V. Powell, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to various international tours made by Nigerian sports teams, 1948-64.

Papers of Sheila, Lady Powerscourt, (Collection Level Description)
Albums of photographs relating to travels in Palestine, West Africa, Europe and the West Indies, 1927-79.

Diaries of Stephen H. Powles, (Collection Level Description)
Diaries written by Powles whilst in Kenya, 1928-69.

Papers of Sir Hilton Poynton, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir (Arthur) Hilton Poynton (1905-96), civil servant, 1936-78.

G.E. Pratt photographs, (Collection Level Description)
G.E. Pratt photographs of Kilindini Harbour in Kenya, c.1960.

Comparative study of British and American administrative officials by Don Krasher Price, (Collection Level Description)
"A comparative study of the higher classes of administrative officials in the British civil service and the American federal system" by Don Krasher Price, 1935.

Letter of Ithiel Price, (Collection Level Description)
Letter from Price in Ladysmith to his friend Daniel Ramsden, giving an account of a Boer raid at Elands Laagte, 1900.

Primary and Secondary Education in Six Selected African Territories (Collection Level Description)
Memoranda, correspondence, diaries, etc. relating to primary, secondary and teacher education in the Gold Coast/Ghana, Northern Nigeria, Northern Rhodesia/Zambia, Nyasaland/Malawi, Tanganyika/Tanzania and Uganda, [1928-84].

D.H.M. Prysor-Jones thesis, (Collection Level Description)
B. Phil. thesis by D.H.M. Prysor-Jones entitled Orienting African Unity. The OAU and a Common Policy for Africa, 1963-71, 1972.

Journal by Cyril Punch, (Collection Level Description)
"A visit to the King of Benin": a journal by Punch, then a trader in West Africa, 1889, with extracts from the diary of Antera Duke, an Efik slave-trading Chief in Calabar, 1785-8.

Papers of Frederick Nigel Molière Pusinelli, (Collection Level Development)
Papers relating to a review of salaries of staff in the service of the Government of the British Virgin Islands, undertaken by Pusinelli, 1968-9.

Papers of Dr. Cassandra Pybus, (Collection Level Description)
Papers compiled by Dr. Pybus, c1995, relating to Esca Brooke Daykin and William Yate Daykin, covering the period c1867-63.

Photographs of Queen Lozikeyi, (Collection Level Description)
Photographs of Queen Lozikeyi, widow of Lobengula, King of the Ndebele. 1890s.

Papers of Lieut.-Colonel Basil Maurice de Quehen, (Collection Level Description)
Autobiographical notes and an article and letter about military service, 1908-1940s.

Papers of William Sewell de Guibe Rankin, relating to UNESCO, (Collection Level Description)
Reminiscences, notes, letters, reports, maps and printed material relating to Rankin's service with UNESCO in Liberia and Ethiopia, 1952-8.

Papers of Sir John Dalzell Rankine, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir John Dalzell Rankine (1907-87), colonial administrator, 1952-62.

Photocopied typescript by Lady Janet Grace Rankine, (Collection Level Description)
Photocopy of a typescript account by Lady Rankine of Queen Elizabeth II's visit to Western Nigeria in February 1956.

Papers of Richard Rawle, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Richard Rawle (1812-89), Bishop of Trinidad, 1846-88.

Photographs of British East Africa belonging to Arthur W. Read, (Collection Level Description)
Two albums of photographs showing the construction of the Uganda Railway, with some early photographs of the European population and early development of Kenya, 1897-c,1901.

Picture postcards collected by Arthur W. Read, (Collection Level Description)
Picture postcards of scenes and people in British East Africa, South Africa and Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), collected by Arthur W. Read, 1899-c.1920.

Affirmation of R.H.W. Reece, (Collection Level Description)
Affirmation made by Professor R.H.W. Reece in the Supreme Court of Hong Kong relating to political developments in North Borneo and Sarawak from 1946 onwards, 1993.

Papers relating to tours made by A.E. Reece and E. Wilson, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to a tour of British West African territories made on behalf of the Produce Department of G.B. Ollivant Limited by A. E. Reece in 1949-50; with papers relating to a similar tour made by E. Wilson in 1949.

Photographs belonging to W.H. Reeve, (Collection Level Description)
Photographs relating to the geology of Northern Rhodesia, 1950-61.

Archive of the Bishop Ambrose Reeves Trust
Archive of the South Africa Racial Amity Trust, from 1981 the Bishop Ambrose Reeves Trust, 1965-96.

Papers of Sir Patrick Muir Renison, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Patrick Muir Renison (1911-65), colonial administrator, 1949-62.

Papers of Sir Charles Fernand Rey, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Charles Fernand Rey (1877-1968), soldier and civil servant, 1899-c.1968.

Cecil Rhodes postcard, (Collection Level Description)
Colour postcard depicting Rhodes as a mouse in a cage labelled Kimberley, being watched by the Afrikaaner General Cronje in the guise of a cat, 1900.

Papers relating to the Rhodes Centenary Exhibition, (Collection Level Description)
Press cuttings, commemorative newspapers, photographs, programmes and negatives relating to the exhibition, 1953.

Correspondence of Cecil John Rhodes (1) (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Cecil John Rhodes (1853-1902), imperialist and benefactor, 1875-1908.

Correspondence of Cecil John Rhodes (2) (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Cecil John Rhodes (1853-1902), imperialist and benefactor, 1893-1903.

Correspondence of Cecil John Rhodes (3) (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence of Cecil John Rhodes (1853-1902), imperialist and benefactor, 1896.

Papers relating to Cecil John Rhodes (1) (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to Cecil John Rhodes (1853-1902), imperialist and benefactor, 1864-1961.

Papers relating to Cecil John Rhodes (2) (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to Cecil John Rhodes (1853-1902), imperialist and benefactor, 1896-1902.

Papers relating to Cecil John Rhodes (3) (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to Cecil John Rhodes (1853-1902), imperialist and benefactor, 1902.

Papers relating to Cecil John Rhodes (4), (Collection Level Description)
Typescript compiled by Cyril B. Harris, entitled My association with Cecil Rhodes and stories of the siege of Kimberley, as told on 16th April 1951 by W.D. Fynn, Superintendent of Farms for De Beers for 33 years.

Papers of Cecil John Rhodes (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Cecil John Rhodes (1853-1902), imperialist and benefactor, 1871-1901.

Papers of the Rhodes Family (Hildersham Hall collection) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Rhodes Family (Hildersham Hall collection), 1758-1975.

Rhodes family original artworks and photographs, (Collection Level Description)
Six photograph albums, a watercolour portrait and a pen and ink cartoon, 1895-1910.

Papers concerning the grave of Herbert Rhodes, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript notes, with photographs, describing the grave of Herbert Rhodes, by V.L. Bosazza, 1978.

Map of Africa annotated by Cecil John Rhodes, (Collection Level Description)
Map of Africa with annotations made by Cecil John Rhodes indicating his projected railways, 1896.

Rhodesian albums, (Collection Level Description)
Photograph albums containing scenes, people and animals in Rhodesia, c1895-1903.

Rhodesian photographs, (Collection Level Description)
Photographs of landscapes, game, safaris, etc., Zambia and Malawi, [20th cent.?].

Journal of a Rhodesian Pioneer; papers of the Manson Family, (Collection Level Description)
Journal of an unnnamed British pioneer's experiences in Mashonaland, Rhodesia, 1891, and unrelated Manson family papers, 1900-14.

Papers of Charles Granston Richards, (Collection Level Description)
No Carpet on the Floor: Recollections and Reflections, typescript memoirs concerning his missionary and literary/publishing work in Africa, 1935-75, with a list of his papers held at the School of Oriental and African Studies, [1977-95].

Correspondence of George Rickards
Eight letters to and from George Rickards relating to Sierra Leone, 1809-11.

Papers of Frederick Sleigh Roberts, 1st Earl Roberts of Kandahar, Pretoria and Waterford, (Collection Level Description)
Two letters from Lord Roberts to Sir Alfred Milner concerning Mrs. Chamberlain's interference in the Army Hospital at Wynburg, Cape Town, 1900.

Letter of Frederick Sleigh Roberts, 1st Earl Roberts of Kandahar, Pretoria and Waterford, (Collection Level Description)
Letter by Lord Roberts to Mr Rhodes, written from Paardeberg on 28th February 1900, requesting further supplies of biscuits and forage.

Papers of Algar R.W. Robertson, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence, tour diaries etc. relating to Robertson's service in the Gold Cost, British Guiana, Fiji, Trinidad and Tobago, Nigeria, 1929-56.

Report and memorandum by Algar R.W. Robertson, (Collection Level Description)
Report on Nigerian proposals for HM Overseas Civil Service, 1953; memorandum on the creation of a Central Pensions Fund based in the U.K., 1955.

Papers of Algar R.W. Robertson (2), (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence and reports relating to Robertson's proposals for a central overseas civil service for officers serving in the colonies, 1953-5.

Account of the siege of Kimberley by James Robertson, (Collection Level Description)
Account of the siege of Kimberley, 1899-1900, by James Robertson. Photocopied manuscript.

Memoirs of William Alleyne Robinson, (Collection Level Description)
Memoirs of British supervision of plebiscite in Southern Cameroons, 1960-1.

Photograph albums belonging to Edward Price Roe, (Collection Level Description)
Two photograph albums recording the years Edward Price Roe spent in Blantyre, Malawi, 1900-21.

Papers of William McGregor and Isabel Ross (1) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William McGregor Ross (1876-1940), Director of Public Works East Africa Protectorate, and of Isabel Ross (1885-1964), history teacher and founder of the East African Women's League, [1890-1964].

Papers of William McGregor and Isabel Ross (2) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William McGregor Ross (1876-1940), Director of Public Works East Africa Protectorate, and of Isabel Ross (1885-1964), history teacher and founder of the East African Women's League, [1894-1952].

Papers of William McGregor and Isabel Ross (3) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William McGregor Ross (1876-1940), Director of Public Works East Africa Protectorate, and of Isabel Ross (1885-1964), history teacher and founder of the East African Women's League, 1899-1939.

Papers of Kenneth Rossi
Typescript book and photographs relating to British Somaliland, 1945-8.

Report by J.S.S. Rowlands, (Collection Level Description)
Report by Rowlands on the Tana River area of Kenya, 1955.

Presscuttings and photographs relating to the Royal Niger Company, (Collection Level Description)
Album of press cuttings and photographs relating to the activities of the Royal Niger Company, 1890-1925.

Papers of Aldred F. G. B. Lumley relating to the Royal Niger Company, (Collection Level Description)
Papers, etc. accumulated by Aldred Frederick George Beresford Lumley during nearly 40 years of close association with the Royal Niger Company, 1887-1932.

Papers of the Royal Niger Company, (Collection Level Description)
Photocopies of documents relating to the Royal Niger Company, 1886-96.

Papers of Frank Thomas Russell, (Collection Level Description)
Detailed memoirs of service as a schoolmaster and statistician, mostly in southern Africa, 1930-73.

Papers of the Saamwerk Club, Oxford, (Collection Level Description)
Minute book, register of attendance and papers submitted to the Saamwerk Club, 1930-3.

Papers of Gilbert Noel Sale, (Collection Level Description)
Papers as a colonial service forestry official in Cyprus and Palestine, 1922-48.

Hamo Sassoon's photographs of Northern Nigeria in the 1950s, (Collection Level Description)
Photographs of Northern Nigeria, showing markets, festivities, fishing and other subjects, 1950s.

Circulars and orders of Alan Saunders, (Collection Level Description)
Nigerian Police Force: circulars and orders of Alan Saunders, 1936-7.

Papers of Phillip K. Saunders, (Collection Level Description)
Unpublished autobiography, c1945-1960s.

Papers of Leonard H.D. Scard, (Collection Level Description)
Letters from Scard to Dr. Patricia Romero, 1984-93, covering Kenyan politics and his daily life.

Papers of Ivor F.W. Schofield, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence, reports, photographs, cinefilms, etc., relating to administrative service in Nigeria, and to work as Income Tax Adviser to the Government in Gambia, 1927-70.

Papers of Sir Percy Selwyn Selwyn-Clarke (1) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Percy Selwyn Selwyn-Clarke (1893-1976), medical official and colonial officer, 1911-75.

Papers of Sir Percy Selwyn Selwyn-Clarke (2) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Percy Selwyn Selwyn-Clarke (1893-1976), medical official and colonial officer, 1915-45.

Papers of George Frederick Sharp, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence, memoranda, etc. as postal official in Nigeria (1912-30); as Colonial Postmaster in Barbados (1931-9); and as Postmaster-General in British Guiana (1939-46).

Papers of Flora Shaw
Papers of Flora Shaw, Lady Lugard (1852-1929), journalist and author.

Papers of Sir John Valentine W. Shaw (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir John Valentine Wistar Shaw (fl. 1894-1950), colonial administrator, 1924-55.

Addresses of welcome presented to Sir John Valentine W. Shaw (Collection Level Description)
Addresses of welcome presented to Shaw on his assumption of office as Governor of Trinidad, 1947.

Papers of John Bart Shearer, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to service on the Commission appointed to enquire into the fears of minorities and the means of allaying them, Nigeria, 1958.

Sheba Mine Photograph Album, (Collection Level Description)
Album of photographs of Sheba Mine, Barberton, South Africa, and surrounding areas at the time of a major gold rush, c.1885.

Journal of a New Zealand sheep station on South Island, (Collection Level Description)
Journal of a New Zealand sheep station on South Island and accounts of supplies etc., 1862-72, with a brief diary of activities, May-November 1861.

Papers of Arthur F.W. Sheffield, (Collection Level Description)
Detailed reminiscences on service as an agricultural officer in Nigeria, 1930-58.

Letters from Anthony Arthur Shillingford, with related papers, (Collection Level Description)
Letters from Shillingford written home to his wife from Northern Nigeria, as an education officer, with related papers, 1924-64.

Papers of W.H. Simmonds, (Collection Level Description)
Collection of newspaper cuttings about Cecil Rhodes, 1881-1905, compiled by Simmonds.

Papers of Lady Kathleen Harvey Simon, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence, notebooks, newspaper cuttings and papers dealing with slavery, including lectures and articles written by Lady Simon, 1927-51.

Catalogue of the papers of Cyril Sims Davies
Letters of Cyril Sims Davies from Rhodesia, 1964-96.

Papers of Dr. Joseph Smartt, (Collection Level Description)
Memorandum on service as a plant breeder in Northern Rhodesia, 1954-62.

Papers of Sir Allan Chalmers Smith (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Allan Chalmers Smith (1893-1980), 1926-55.

Papers of Arthur Donaldson Smith, (Collection Level Description)
Papers as physician and early traveller in Kenya (ca.1915-1920s).

Papers of James Stewart Smith, (Collection Level Description)
Smith's autobiography of service as an Administrative Officer in Cameroon and Eastern Nigeria (1924-1955), with related reports, papers and letters home.

Record books of Smith Mackenzie & Company Limited, (Collection Level Description)
Record books of Smith Mackenzie & Company Limited relating to agencies in Zanzibar and Mombasa, 1908-10.

Family histories by Mary Isabel Smith, (Collection Level Description)
Two Family Histories by Mary Isabel Smith, chs. 7-34 dealing with her married life and travels in the Western Pacific, 1995.

Letters from Noel Smith, (Collection Level Description)
Letters written home as settler in Soy, Kenya, and about First World War service on the East African Front, 1914-28.

Copy of an extract from the diary of R. Smith relating to the Zulu War, (Collection Level Description)
Extract from the diary of R. Smith while serving in the 1st King's Dragoon Guards during the Zulu War, 1878-9.

Papers of R.E.N. Smith, (Collection Level Description)
Six chapters of Smith's memoirs, c1987, relating to his probationer cadetship at Oxford, 1948-50 and service in Nyasaland, 1950-61.

Papers of Trafford Smith (1) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Trafford Smith (1912-75), civil servant and diplomat, 1938-66.

Papers of Trafford Smith (2) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Trafford Smith (1912-75), civil servant and diplomat, 1953-70.

Papers of Paul Alfred T. Sneath, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence, memoranda, articles, etc. relating to Sneath's medical service in the Gold Cost, British Guiana, Tanganyika and Canada, 1922-65.

Papers of Phoebe Somers, (Collection Level Description)
Typescripts of broadcasts by Somers on African educational themes (1960s); paintings and drawings by Somers from her period as an art teacher in East Africa; small amount of correspondence and photographs,1950-69.

Papers of Phoebe Somers relating to her work in the Education Service in Tanganyika and Kenya, (Collection Level Description)
Letters home, articles, photographs and drawings relating to work in the Education Service in Tanganyika and Kenya, 1953-67.

Slides of East Africa belonging to Phoebe Somers, (Collection Level Description)
Slides of East African scenery, people, schools, animals and places, 1950-69.

Papers of Phoebe Somers, (Collection Level Description)
Sketchbooks and sketches of travels in and inhabitants of various, mainly African locations, 1953-72.

South African Election Material, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to the first multiracial elections in South Africa, 1994.

South African Election Material, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to the election in South Africa, 1999.

South Africa handkerchief, (Collection Level Description)
Handkerchief with map of South Africa and drawings of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, with the motto United under the one flag, [c1910].

South Africa Photographs, (Collection Level Description)
Photgraphs of Louis Botha and Welgelegen, c.1900.

South African Railways and Harbours, (Collection Level Description)
Set of souvenir playing cards produced by the South African Railways and Harbours Publicity Department, c.1920.

Papers of the South African United Party, (Collection Level Description)
Policy statements, 1944-74.

South African War - flogging book, (Collection Level Description)
Natives' flogging book, recording names, details of offences and punishments given at Provost Prison, 1901-2.

South African War photographs, (Collection Level Description)
Photographs of blockhouses, at Fourteen Streams near Kimberley, in the Stromberg Mountains, Cape Colony, and at the Vaal River, c1901.

Report by Paul Spencer, (Collection Level Description)
Photocopy of a report by Spencer and related correspondence concerning the Lewaso Dorobo (Il Uaso) people of northern Kenya and the advisability of relocating them, 1959-60.

Correspondence and Papers of Arthur Casswell Spooner
Correspondence, papers, diaries and photographs of Arthur Casswell Spooner (1906-96), Colonial Service Administrative Cadet, later Commissioner of Labour Department, in the Gold Coast (1928-52).

Diaries of John Stacpoole, (Collection Level Description)
Diaries as District Officer in Sierra Leone, 1959-60.

Correspondence book of A.C. Hamilton-Gordon, 1st Baron Stanmore, (Collection Level Description)
Manuscript correspondence book of Arthur Charles Hamilton-Gordon, 1st Baron Stanmore, whilst Governor of Mauritius, 1871-3.

Typescript by Hannah Stanton, 1962-70, (Collection Level Description)
An account by Hannah Stanton of her time as Warden of Mary Stuart Hall, Makerere University College.

Diary of Ronald Maillard Stead, (Collection Level Description)
Diary recording Stead's visit to the Olympic Games, 1932.

Papers of John R. Stebbing, relating to Swaziland, Ethiopia and Somaliland, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to development in Swaziland, 1951-60, and to the Harar Conference between the Ethiopian and Somaliland Governments, 1955-6.

Papers collected by Thomas Jones Stevens, (Collection Level Description)
Official reports and correspondence relating to the work of administrative officers in the Gombe Division, Bauchi Province, Northern Nigeria, 1903-42.

Photographs of St. Helena, (Collection Level Description)
Black and white photographs of St. Helena, 1902.

Papers of William E. Stober, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William E. Stober (1940-1997), administrator, 1870-1995.

'The History of Adamawa...' by Hauptmann Karl Strumpell, (Collection Level Description)
The History of Adamawa compiled from verbal information by Strumpell, Hamburg, 1912.

Papers of Basil J.J. Stubbings, (Collection Level Description)
Articles and reports relating to service in Tanganyika/Tanzania, 1939-68.

Papers of Charles Sturt, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Charles Sturt (1795-1869), Australian explorer, 1828-69.

Papers of Christopher Swabey (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Christopher Swabey (1906-72), forestry adviser and conservator, 1928-71.

Lloyd W. Swantz Thesis, 1956, (Collection Level Description)
Thesis by Swantz entitled The Zaramo of Tanzania.

Lloyd W. Swantz Thesis, 1972, (Collection Level Description)
Thesis by Swantz entitled The Role of the Medicine Man among the Zaramo of Dar es Salaam.

Papers of Henry Valentine L. Swanzy, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence, minutes of meetings, memoranda, etc., as editor of African Affairs(1944-54) and as Head of Programmes, Gold Coast/Ghana Broadcasting Service (1954-8).

Report by Dr. J.K. Sweeney (Collection Level Description)
Report by Dr. J.K. Sweeney (fl. 1962-99), colonial medical officer, 20th cent.

Papers of Joseph Sweeney (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Joseph Sweeney (fl. 1956-94), colonial education officer, 20th cent.

Papers of Patrick Brian Sweeney (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Patrick Brian Sweeney (b 1914), Customs and Excise official, colonial administration, 1933-65.

Papers of the Swettenham Family, (Collection Level Description)
Three family photograph albums, 1919-29, mainly taken in Malaya; commemorative album of the parade held in Kuala Lumpur on George V's birthday, 1931.

Papers of John O. Sykes, (Collection Level Description)
Reports, memoranda, etc. on education in Uganda, as Vice-Principal of Makerere College and Deputy Director of Education in Uganda, 1925-46.

Photographs and paintings by Olive and Charles L. Temple, 1910-18, (Collection Level Description)

Papers of Eric Arnold Temple-Perkins, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence, diaries, photographs, memoirs, etc. relating to Temple-Perkins' service in Uganda, 1905-73.

Papers of D. Anthony T. Thain, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to service as a District Officer in Northern Nigeria and as lecturer at the Institute of Administration, Local Government Wing, Zaria, 1949-62.

Diary of Joseph Thimbleby, (Collection Level Description)
Transcript of Thimbleby's Kimberley siege diary, October 1899-February 1900.

Papers of Sir Thomas S.W. Thomas, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence, memoranda etc. as Governor of the Straits Settlements and High Commissioner for the Malay States, regarding the fall of Singapore and Malaya's war effort, 1941-60.

Papers of Frederick T. Thompson, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence, articles, memoranda etc. as a member of the United Country Party in Kenya and of the Nairobi City Council, 1952-61.

Papers of Peter G. Thompson, (Collection Level Description)
Detailed memorandum on service as an agricultural officer in Fiji, 1959-74.

Papers of Willoughby Harry Thompson, (Collection Level Description)
Memoir of service as a colonial official. 1944-74.

History of the Rhodes Family by Hilda Thornhill, (Collection Level Description)
Manuscript entitled: "Concerning Cecil John Rhodes and his kinsfolk of olden time and some familiar places", c.1936.

Papers of Richard Thornton, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Richard Thornton (1838-63), geologist, 1854-66.

Papers of Andrew Tibandebage, (Collection Level Description)
Letters from Andrew Tibandebage, Karagwe, Tanzania to Mrs. Kay Grantham, Dorking, Surrey, 1986-7.

Junko Tomaru thesis, (Collection Level Description)
Thesis by Junko Tomaru entitled Politics of Communal Relations in Fiji, 1929-50s, 1991.

Papers of E.V. Townsend, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript account, 1996, of a return visit to Uganda made by Townsend, 1994-5.

Papers of E.K. Townsend-Coles, (Collection Level Description)
Papers dating from period at the University College of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, 1958-65

The Transvaal War (1), (Collection Level Description)
Twelve glass lantern slides showing drawings of generals and battle scenes during the early part of the South African War up to the occupation of Pretoria, 1899-1900.

The Transvaal War (2), (Collection Level Description)
Twelve glass lantern slides, in original box, showing drawings of generals and battle scenes during the early part of the South African War up to the occupation of Pretoria, with printed lecture notes, 1899-1900.

Papers of Sir Kennedy Trevaskis (1) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Gerald Kennedy Nicholas Trevaskis (1915-90), colonial administrator, 1939-87.

Papers of Sir Kennedy Trevaskis (2) (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Gerald Kennedy Nicholas Trevaskis (1915-90), colonial administrator, [1944-66].

Papers of William Borrowdale Tripe (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Borrowdale Tripe (1906-72), colonial administrator, 1928-45.

Papers of Hugh Tulloch (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Hugh Tulloch (fl. 1914-1960s), prison administrator, 1936-66.

Papers of Robert Noel Turner, (Collection Level Description)
From the depths of my memory, reminiscences of service in Malaya, Brunei, Singapore, Sarawak, Barbados and Malaysia, 1912-76.

Sermon by Archbishop Desmond Tutu, (Collection Level Description)
Transcript of a sermon preached by Archbishop Desmond Tutu at Westminster Abbey, 20th July 1994.

Catalogue of the Philip and Rosamund Davies U.S. Elections Campaigns Archive
Papers relating to elections held in the United States of America in the years 1840 to 2010.

Papers of the United Society for the Propagation of the Gospel (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the United Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, 1701-1980s.

USS Powhatan Letter, (Collection Level Description)
Letter to Mary E. Morgan in Alabama, USA, from JCD [? probably an American naval officer] on board USS Powhatan in Cape Town, 1853.

Notes on walking in South Africa by Arthur Vaughan, (Collection Level Description)
Notes and photographs on travels, walks and mountain rambles in South Africa, plus photographs of New Zealand, 1880-1900.

Letters from Robert Francis Veasey, (Collection Level Description)
Letters written to his wife from Mau Summit, Kenya, 1925-7.

Papers by Addington Venables, (Collection Level Description)
Letter book, 1870-1, with copy of Addington Venables, bishop of Nassau: a sketch of his life and labours for the church of God, by W. Francis Henry King (London, W.W. Gardner, 1877).

'Vote for Rhodesia' leaflet, (Collection Level Description)
Leaflet entitled Vote for Rhodesia. The Independent Candidate, incorporating a poem on the advantages of emigrating to Rhodesia, 1906.

Papers of Sir Alexander Nicol A. Waddell, (Collection Level Description)
Papers on the financial position, rural development, economic aspects and development plan of Sarawak, 1950-63.

Papers of Sir Alexander Waddell, (Collection Level Description)
Reports, photocopies of signal books and diaries, and a printed pamphlet on the coastwatchers of Choiseul in the Solomon Islands during World War Two, 1942-4.

Memoirs of Jon Wainwright, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript memoirs, c1991.

Memoirs of Robert Everard Wainwright, (Collection Level Description)
Memoirs, [1980s], including service in Kenya and in the Turks and Caicos Islands, and also his role as an observer during the Rhodesian and Ugandan elections of 1980.

Papers of Stanley Arthur Walden (2), (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to his service as Provincial Commissioner, Lake Province, Tanganyika, 1951-9.

Papers of Stanley Arthur Walden (3), (Collection Level Description)
Papers (1954-8) as Provincial Commissioner, Lake Province, Tanganyika, and correspondence (1954-9) relating to possible promotion, pension and retirement.

Papers of Colonel Charles William G. Walker (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Colonel Charles William G. Walker (1882-1974), 1922-[c.1944].

Transcript of an interview with Colonel Charles William G. Walker (Collection Level Description)
Transcript of an interview with Colonel Charles William G. Walker (1882-1974), 1972.

Papers of James Douglas Walker, 1952-76, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to service with the railways of Nigeria, Zambia and North Borneo.

Papers of James Douglas Walker, 1960s, (Collection Level Description)
Photographs of service with the North Borneo railways.

Papers of William A. R. Walker, (Collection Level Description)
Papers elating to service as Administrative Officer in the Gold Coast, 1930-5.

The Waller Papers
Papers of Horace Waller (1833-1896), missionary and slavery abolitionist, 1849-1893.

Letters from John C.W. Walter, (Collection Level Description)
Letters written to his mother whilst a cadet and District Officer in Northern Rhodesia, with some photographs, 1937-9.

Copy diary of Sylvia G. Ward, (Collection Level Description)
Copy diary, 1926-45, of Sylvia Ward, recounting her experiences en route by sea to West Africa and life in the Gold Coast and Mauritius thereafter.

Reminiscences of W.E.F. Ward, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript reminiscences of [William Ernest] Frank Ward, (b 1900), teacher and education officer, 1945-57.

Papers of H.L. Ward-Price, (Collection Level Description)
Press cuttings, maps, a few official publications and a file of photographs relating to service in Nigeria, 1930s.

Papers of John E. Warmington, (Collection Level Description)
Personal papers of John Edward Warmington, and of his mother, c.1876-1960.

Washington Fishery Convention 1887-1888, (Collection Level Description)
Bound volume containing printed government reports, typescripts and manuscripts concerning North American Fisheries, 1880s.

Papers of W.J. Watts, (Collection Level Description)
Papers collected as Secretary for Chinese Affairs, Kedah, 1950s, dealing with the history and functions of the Department of Chinese Affairs, Malaya, Sino-Malay relations and Chinese secret societies from 1879 to 1957.

Papers of Arthur Evelyn Weatherhead, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to his service in South Africa, Uganda and the Seychelles, 1902-36.

Jennifer Weir Thesis, (Collection Level Description)
Thesis by Jennifer Weir entitled Ideology and Religion: the Missing Link in Explanations for the Rise and Persistence of the Zulu State, 2000.

Papers of the Rt. Hon. Sir Roy Welensky (Collection Level Description)
Papers of the Rt. Hon. Sir Roy Welensky, KCMG, 1936-90.

Album of photographs of West Africa: Gold Coast and Nigeria, (Collection Level Description)
Views, types, etc., of West Africa": album of captioned photographs of the Gold Coast and Nigeria, 1891.

Papers of Clarice de Burgh West, (Collection Level Description)
Newscuttings of letters from Clarice de Burgh West to the Editor of the East African Standard on current events, 1940-61.

Papers of Sir Kenneth Wheare, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to the Conference on the Federation of Southern Rhodesia, Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland, 1951-3.

Photographs and postcards belonging to Reginald Samuel Wheatley, (Collection Level Description)
Photographs and postcards of Nigeria, British East Africa and German West Africa, relating to his experiences in the Nigerian Marine Service, c.1910-18.

Letters from Lieutenant Colonel Peter F. White, (Collection Level Description)
Letters from White to his family while on military service in Gibraltar, Iraq, India and Sierra Leone, 1919-30.

Papers of Brigadier-General Hon. Robert White, 1895-1931, (Collection Level Description)
Jameson Raid diary, book and papers belonging to Brigadier-General Hon. Robert White.

Photograph albums belonging to Stanhope White, (Collection Level Description)
Five captioned photograph albums (1936-54) spanning the whole of White's career.

Papers of Sir Edgar C.F. Whitehead, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Edgar Cuthbert Fremantle Whitehead (1905-71), Rhodesian politician, 1928-65.

Papers of Samuel R. Whitley, (Collection Level Description)
Diary of the British National Union Empire Farmers' tour of New Zealand and Australia, 1930.

Journals and notebooks of Leonard George T. Wigg, (Collection Level Description)
Journals and notebooks relating to the Forestry and Agriculture Service in Tanganyika and to Wigg's war service in Ethiopia, 1922-72.

Papers of Alexander Mair Wilkie (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Alexander Mair Wilkie (1917-66), colonial administrator, 1935-69.

Papers of Reverend Charles Kingsley Williams (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Reverend Charles Kingsley Williams (fl. 1900-50), Methodist missionary, 1913-64.

D.V. Williams Thesis, (Collection Level Description)
Thesis entitled The Use of the Law in the Process of Colonization, 1983.

Papers of Sir E.T. Williams, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Sir Edgar Trevor Williams (1912-1995), historian, 1954-94.

Papers of Francis David Kennard Williams, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript copy of journal relating to tour of duty in Nigeria, August 1945-January 1946.

Papers of Patrick Edward W. Williams, (Collection Level Description)
Correspondence, memoranda, notes, lecture notes, etc., on social welfare, education and health, in Kenya, Tanganyika and Uganda, 1943-55.

Papers of R.O. Williams, (Collection Level Description)
Photocopied transcripts, [1970s], of A plantsman's way, an account of his life and experiences in the Colonial Agricultural Service in Trinidad, Kenya, British Guiana, Sarawak and St. Helena, 1930-70.

Diaries and letters of Theodore R. Williams, (Collection Level Description)
Diaries (1912-21) and letters home (1912-24) as Administrative Officer in Northern Rhodesia.

Album of Photographs belonging to Logie Weir Wilson (Collection Level Description)
Album of photographs relating to Logie Weir Wilson's service as Chief Commissioner, Sierra Leone, 1948-9.

The Papers of Sir Mark Wilson (Collection Level Description)
The Papers of Sir Mark Wilson (1896-1956), colonial administrator, 1924-56.

Winburg Concentration Camp, (Collection Level Description)
Five photographs of Winburg Concentration Camp, Orange River Colony, South Africa, 1902.

Papers of W.P. Winston, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to service with the Public Works Department, Malaya, 1937-59; including war service in the Indian Engineers, 1942-45.

Papers of W.P. Winston, (Collection Level Description)
Miscellaneous papers relating to Malaya, 1957-60.

Papers of Faay Woo Lii Wong, (Collection Level Description)
Typescript account of the Ndzëëndzëv Dispute in Cameroon, by Faay Woo Lii Wong, 1999.

Papers of Geoffrey H.S. Wood, (Collection Level Description)
Letters and press cuttings from and about Geoffrey Howorth Spencer Wood (1927-57), botanist, 1952-7.

Papers of Sir Charles Campbell Woolley, (Collection Level Description)
Papers relating to Woolley's service in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), Jamaica, Cyprus and British Guiana (now Guyana), 1922-62.

Papers of William Basil Worsfold (Collection Level Description)
Papers of William Basil Worsfold (1858-1939), barrister, lecturer, historian, 1902-33.

Michael E. Worsnip Thesis, (Collection Level Description)
Thesis by Worsnip entitled The Church of the Province of South Africa and the Formation of a Social Conscience, 1948-1957, with Particular Emphasis on the Thought of Geoffrey Hare Clayton, 1985.

Papers of Robert Hepburn Wright, (Collection Level Description)
Papers of Robert Hepburn Wright (b 1913), colonial officer, 1936-64.

Letters and diaries of Revd. Ruthven Alexanderson Wright, (Collection Level Description)
Letters home, 1929-34, and diaries, 1933-55, as Canon of the Cathedral Church of Christ, Lagos, Nigeria.

Papers of Cecil Audley Sacheverell Yonge, (Collection Level Description)
Papers and photographs relating to Yonge's career in Natal, 1886-1910.

Papers of Sir Arthur Edwin Young, (Collection Level Description)
Police papers, reports and correspondence, Gold Coast, 1951, Malaya, 1952-3, Kenya, 1954.

Papers of W.J. Young, (Collection Level Description)
Reports and official publications relating to the Public Works Department, Fiji, 1954-72.


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