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ULIV Grads D-H - Archive of the University of Liverpool: Papers of Graduates, surnames D-H

Halls of Residence (1940)

Reference D375/5
Physical Description 1 photograph

Scope and Content

(No caption identifying those shown) Photograph by Dorondo Mills Ltd., 49 Lime St., Liverpool (negative reference × 31861) (C.P.S. 86/3717)


Hall of Residence (1941)

Reference D375/6
Physical Description 1 photograph

Scope and Content

(No caption identifying those shown) Photograph by Dorondo Mills Ltd., 49 Lime St., Liverpool (negative reference × 40853) (C.P.S. 86/3722)


Copies of Blue Pigeon (Magazine of the Hall of Residence for Men, University of Liverpool) (1940-41)

Reference D375/7, 8
Physical Description 2 volumes

Blue Pigeon Vol. XI (June 1940)

Reference D375/7
Physical Description 1 volume

Blue Pigeon Vol. XII (July 1941)

Reference D375/8
Physical Description 1 volume

Papers of Janet Gnosspelius (1943-1948 )

Reference GB 141 D1090
Physical Description 1 box

Scope and Content

This collection contains papers relating to the Architecture course at Liverpool University, studied by Janet Gnosspelius. It is composed of her lecture notes and work towards her thesis.

Biographical History

Janet studied Architecture at the University and later worked with Herbert Rouse, designer of many of the city's finest buildings, including India Buildings, the Queensway Tunnel and Philharmonic Hall. Following this, Janet moved back to the Lakes where she worked mainly on church restoration projects Janet spent her life between Kendal, where she was born, and Liverpool, where her Swedish grandfather, Adolf Gnosspelius, had been a stockbroker in the 19th century. Her father, Oscar, had been a geologist and pioneer aviator, specialising in early floatplanes which he flew from Windermere before the First World War. Her mother was the sculptor Barbara Collingwood, daughter of WG Collingwood, who was John Ruskin's private secretary and was at the centre of one of Lakeland's most extensive academic and intellectual dynasties.The Gnosspelius and Collingwood families were close to the author Arthur Ransome, and both Janet and her father featured in the Swallows and Amazons series of books. After her parents died in the 1960s, Janet moved to Woolton where, after her retirement, she became a founder member of both the Gateacre Society and the Wavertree Society and was involved with local conservation and history in general, also being a member of the Liverpool Heritage Bureau and the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire. She gave expert evidence at several public inquiries in Liverpool when demolition of historic buildings was being considered.

Arrangement

Material is organised according to the topics of the lectures.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Theresa Smith. Mar 2013.

Related Material

Liverpool University Special Collections also holds a number of books donated by Janet Gnosspelius. Click here for Gnosspelius Collection Overview.



Mixed Notes. (n.d)

Reference D1090/1
Physical Description 1 envelope

Scope and Content

A combination of notes for lectures given throughout the architecture course.


Lecture Notes (1943-1944)

Reference D1090/2
Physical Description 1 envelope

Scope and Content

History of Egypt, Assyria, Chaldea and Greece. Taught by Mr B. A. Miller and Mr H. Thearle.


Lecture Notes (1943-1948)

Reference D1090/3
Physical Description 1 envelope

Scope and Content

Programmes, Sketch Designs and Examination Questions set in the Liverpool School of Architecture. Includes student marks, exam questions, architecture competitions and photographs of the architecture students.


Lecture Notes (1944-1945)

Reference D1090/4
Physical Description 1 envelope

Scope and Content

Lecture Notes on The Renaissance, Part One, In Italy. Taught by Mr H. Thearle.


Lecture Notes (1945)

Reference D1090/5
Physical Description 1 envelope

Scope and Content

History of Architecture. Taught by Mr Miller. Third year course.


Lecture Notes (1946-1947)

Reference D1090/6
Physical Description 1 envelope

Scope and Content

Architectural Construction, taught by Mr Wilkinson, includes some sketches.


Lecture Notes (1947)

Reference D1090/7
Physical Description 1 envelope

Scope and Content

The Theory of Arches. Project based on the construction of and principles behind arches.


Lecture Notes (1947)

Reference D1090/8
Physical Description 1 envelope

Scope and Content

The Theory of Reinforced Concrete.


Lecture Notes (1948)

Reference D1090/9
Physical Description 1 envelope

Scope and Content

Specifications, taught by Mr Brooke.


Thesis (Jun 1948)

Reference D1090/10
Physical Description 3 envelopes

Scope and Content

Thesis Report: A Public Library for Coventry. Report of Thesis submitted for the degree of Bachelor of Architecture. This section includes a draft copy of the thesis, notes and equations, preparatory work, proposal and correspondence with other libraries.


Preparation (1948)

Reference D1090/10/1
Physical Description 1 envelope

Scope and Content

Preliminary Work. Includes proposals, correspondence and prearatory research.


Notes (1948)

Reference D1090/10/2
Physical Description 1 envelope

Scope and Content

Rough sketches and equations relating to research for the thesis.


Draft Copy (1948)

Reference D1090/10/3
Physical Description 1 envelope

Scope and Content

Handwritten draft of the thesis.


Griffiths, Brenda E. (Later Mrs Bayliss) and Bayliss, Linda J. (later Mrs Hughes) (1935-38, 1962-63)

Reference D983
Physical Description 1 volume and 12 photographs

Scope and Content

Scrapbook and photographs.

Administrative / Biographical History

Miss Brenda E. Griffiths graduated BA Honours in Special Studies (Hispanic Studies) in July 1937 and obtained the Diploma in Education in June 1938. She served as Lady President of the Guild of Undergraduates in Session 1937-38 and later married Mr. Norman M. Bayliss (BA Honours in Special Studies (Classics: Latin), July 1935, and Diploma in Education, July 1936).

Acquisition Information

These papers were kindly made available by Mrs. Linda J. Hughes, Llandudno, in February 2007. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bayliss, Mrs. Hughes herself graduated BA Honours in Latin in July 1963.


Scrapbook (1937-38)

Reference D983/1
Physical Description (1 volume)

Scope and Content

Scrapbook maintained by Brenda E. Griffiths to record her Lady Presidency of the Guild of Undergraduates.

Comprises letters (28 June 1937-2 July 1938) received (from the Acting Vice-Chancellor, Mr. T. Harrison Hughes, and Mr. C. Sydney Jones, amongst others); invitation cards (to various events including the Silver Jubilee of the Nile Street Building of Liverpool University Settlement, a Social Evening of the University Lodge of Liverpool, Annual Athletic Sports of the Guild of Undergraduates, and meeting The King and Queen at Knowsley); press cuttings (from the Liverpool Daily Post, The Nottingham Evening Post, and unidentified newspapers); programmes (including of the University's Dramatic Society's production of Shakespeare's 'The Taming of the Shrew', Commem Ball, Degree Congregation, Commem Ball's Dinner, Carol Service of the University of Liverpool Student Christian Movement, Guild Cathedral Service, and the opening of the Harold Cohen Library); Christmas cards (including from the Earl of Derby and from the Vice-Chancellor and Mrs. Arnold McNair); photograph (by H.A. Smith, Liverpool) featuring [Brenda Griffiths, in her gown as Lady President, handing out programmes for the Panto Revue, 'Revuniversity 1938']; and a few associated papers.


Photographs (1935-38, 1962-63)

Reference D983/2
Physical Description 12 photographs

Scope and Content

Location of Originals

Copies of photographs made from the originals which Mrs Linda Hughes loaned

Note

The dimensions of the original photographs are noted within brackets.


Council of the Guild of Undergraduates (1935-36)

Reference D983/2/1
Physical Description (1 photograph)

Scope and Content

Copy of postcard group photograph (5 3/10" x 3 3/10") of [the Council of the Guild of Undergraduates outside the entrance to the new Students' Union building], the names of those in the front row (including Alan W. Beeston, President, and Peggy H. Craig, Lady President) being noted at the foot of the photograph.


Students and Lord Mayor of Liverpool (inside) (Jan 1936)

Reference D983/2/2
Physical Description (1 photograph)

Scope and Content

Copy of photograph (8" x 6") of a group of male students bearing copies of Pantosfinx surrounding the [Lord Mayor of Liverpool] 'kidnapped' in [? the Panto Office, Students' Union].

Second from the right: Mr. Norman M. Bayliss (Panto Treasurer).

Photograph by Wm. Cull, Press Photographer, 35 Parkhill Road, Birkenhead (ref. 1251).


Students and Lord Mayor of Liverpool (outside) (Jan 1936)

Reference D983/2/3
Physical Description (1 photograph)

Scope and Content

Copy of photograph (6"x8") of the Lord Mayor of Liverpool 'kidnapped' by surrounding male students bearing copies of Pantosfinx, outside a building.

Photograph by Wm. Cull, Press Photographer, 35 Parkhill Road, Birkenhead (ref. 1252).


Elephant (Jan 1936)

Reference D983/2/4
Physical Description (1 photograph)

Scope and Content

Copy of photograph (6"x8") of students seated on an Indian elephant (made available by the Stadium Circus, then visiting Liverpool) and bearing copies of Pantosfinx for sale. On the rear of the elephant is Mr. Norman M. Bayliss (Panto Treasurer) and nearest the head of the elephant is Miss Brenda Griffites; next to Mr. Bayliss is Mary Rigg.

Photograph by Harris and Price, Press Photographers, 98A Whitechapel, Liverpool.


Mr. Norman M. Bayliss (?Jan 1936)

Reference D983/2/5
Physical Description (1 photograph)

Scope and Content

Copy of photograph (6"x10") of Mr. Norman M. Bayliss carrying a large number of collection tins for Panto, '[Pre]paring for Panto Day'

Photograph by H.A. Smith, Press Photographer, 68 South Castle Street, Liverpool.


Miss Brenda Griffiths. (1937)

Reference D983/2/6
Physical Description (1 photograph)

Scope and Content

Copy of postcard portrait photograph (3 3/10" x 5 1/5") of Miss Brenda Griffiths.

Photograph by Dorando Mills Ltd., 49 Lime St., Liverpool, and 195 Seabank Rd., Wallasey (ref. X 21710 D)


Panto Committee (Jan 1938)

Reference D983/2/7
Physical Description (1 photograph)

Scope and Content

Copy of group photograph (6 4/5"x5 3/5") of the members of Panto Committee [together with ? the Matron, a nurse, and a member of the medical staff of a local hospital], on the steps [? of a local hospital].


Panto Revue Practice (1938)

Reference D983/2/8
Physical Description (1 photograph)

Scope and Content

Copy of group photograph (6"x8") of seven female students being instructed in practising for the Panto Revue ['Revuniversity 1938'].

Photograph by Morath's Pictorial Press Agency, 44 Whitechapel, Liverpool.


Miss Brenda Griffiths and Mr. George J. Bean (1938)

Reference D983/2/9
Physical Description (1 photograph)

Scope and Content

Copy of photograph (3 1/5"x5") of Miss Brenda Griffiths (Lady President of the Guild of Undergraduates) and Mr. George J. Bean (President of the Guild of Undergraduates) on their way to attend the wedding of Dr. Alan Beeston and Miss Peggy Craig.

Miss Griffiths is wearing a fuchsia coloured fine wool dress made by Dede, with hat. Mr. George Bean, who graduated LLB. in 1937 and LLM in 1939, later became a Judge; he died in 1975.


Guests at the wedding of Dr. Alan Beeston and Miss Peggy Craig. (1938)

Reference D983/2/10
Physical Description (1 photograph)

Scope and Content

Copy of photograph (3"x4 2/5") of ? Mr. Brian Warren and Mr. Trevor -, wearing top hats and tails, as guests at the wedding of Dr. Alan Beeston and Miss Peggy Craig. Mr. Trevor - went into the Army in 1939 and served as a Captain.


Rugby Team (n.d. [?c. 1937-38])

Reference D983/2/11
Physical Description (1 photograph)

Scope and Content

Copy of group photograph (8 3/10"x6 2/5") of a Rugby Football team. Holding the ball is Mr. Norman Bayliss. The colours worn by the team appear to be those of the University, though Mr. Bayliss is not featured on the photograph of the University Rugby Football 1st XV teams in Sessions 1932-33 to 1936-37 and 1938-39 published in The Sphinx.

Photograph by W. Rigby, Photographer, 91 Cemetery Road, Southport.


Staff and students of the School of Classics (n.d. [1962-63])

Reference D983/2/12
Physical Description (1 photograph measuring 8 2/5" x 6 2/5")

Scope and Content

Copy of group photograph of the staff and students of the School of Classics, in front of the Chemistry Laboratories.

Front row, left to right : Mr. Jonathan C. B. Foster (Assistant Lecturer in Latin), Mr. C. Collard (Lecturer in Greek and Latin), Mr. A. D. Ballard, Mr. G. B. Townend (Senior Lecturer in Latin and Greek), Miss Sheila M. Butler, Professor R. G. Austin (Professor of Latin), Miss Linda J. Bayliss, Dr. John Pinsent (Lecturer in Greek and Latin), Dr. W. Barr (Lecturer in Latin and Greek), and Ms. Byrne (Secretary)

Second row, left to right : ?, ?, Miss Carol F. Maltman, Miss Pauline A. Gould, Miss Audrey M. Parsons, Miss Marion K. Hickery, ?, Miss Elizabeth M. Beddard, and ?

Third row, left to right : Mr. R. Lomas, Mr. D. Evans, ?, Mr. M. Finley, Mr. M. J. Hughes, Mr. D. Blamires, Mr. M. W. Clarke, and Mr. J. M. Cross.

Back row, left to right : Mr. J. R. Wilson, ? , Mr. R. Astbury, ? , Mr. J. N. Brown, Mr. G. R. Court, Mr. S. A. Nelson, Mr. A. W. Hardman, and Mr. D. M. Strain.

[ Note: (Identifications kindly provided by Mr. Jonathan Foster, July 2007; information about the later careers of some of those pictured is given in Mr. Foster's letter kept on Special Collections and Archives office file A.5/4 (D.983). Note : except where otherwise stated, all those identified are students.) ]

Griffiths, Dr. Paul (1967-77)

Reference D1000
Physical Description 17 ringbinders/wallets

Scope and Content

Lecture notes and related papers.

Administrative / Biographical History

Dr. Paul Griffiths graduated B.Sc. (General) in July 1968, B.Sc. with Honours in Computational and Statistical Science (First Class) in July 1969, and Ph.D. in December 1972.

Acquisition Information

Dr. Griffiths, Kidlington, Oxfordshire, deposited these papers in August 2007.

Note

A copy of Dr. Griffiths' Ph.D. thesis, 'The use of a discrete mathematical model in population genetics', is held by the University's Harold Cohen Library, reference Thesis 7241.GRI.

Details of the individual courses in the Department of Computational and Statistical Science, including the syllabus, are given in the Prospectus of Courses of the Faculty of Science for the respective Sessions.


Statistics (October 1967-May 1968)

Reference D1000/1
Physical Description 1 ring-binder

Scope and Content

Notes taken at lectures on Statistics (Course Code: CT10S) delivered by Dr. D.P. Lambrakis (Lecturer in Mathematical Statistics); together with copies of duplicated MS. CT10S (Course code) sheets 1-8 and Easter Revision Problems (and marked exercises), and extensive notes taken by Mr. Griffiths from J.E. Freund, Mathematical Statistics (Prentice Hall, 1962).


Numerical Analysis (October 1967-May 1968)

Reference D1000/2
Physical Description 1 ring-binder

Scope and Content

Notes taken at lectures on Numerical Analysis (Course Code: CT10S); lectures delivered by Professor Andrew young (Professor of Numerical Analysis and Head of the Department of Computational and Statistical Science).


Computation (October 1967-April 1968)

Reference D1000/3
Physical Description 1 ring-binder, including loose papers

Scope and Content

Notes taken at lectures on Computation (Course Code: CT10S) by - Prescott; together with Problem-related papers (some of which are marked by the lecturer), also copy of University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory Computing Service paper on 'Efficiency in Programs', edited by Janet Shelton, n.d.


Electronic Computation Practicals: MS. and print-outs (1967-68)

Reference D1000/4
Physical Description 1 folder

Statistics (October - December 1968, 1972-77)

Reference D1000/5
Physical Description 1 ring-binder, including some loose papers

Scope and Content

Notes taken at lectures on Statistics (Course Code: DS2) delivered by Dr. D.P. Lambrakis; together with extensive notes (on pages in red biro) taken from textbooks; copies of duplicated MS. (Problem) Sheets 1-8 and Mr. Griffiths' marked answers/solutions; and a few related papers (including computer print-outs) dating from 1972-77.


Statistics (January - March 1969)

Reference D1000/6
Physical Description 1 ring-binder, including some loose papers

Scope and Content

Notes taken at lectures on Statistics (Course Code:DS2) delivered by Dr. D.P. Lambrakis; together with extensive notes (on pages in red biro) taken from textbooks; also copies of duplicated MS. Sheet 10 (Problems) and Sheet 10 (Solutions) and Mr. Griffiths' marked answers/solutions to the Problems posed on Sheets 10 and 11, and related papers.

(Attached, is a copy of a Statement from the University Registrar on University development and rehousing in response to criticism of expenditure on preparations for the official opening of Senate House and the Oliver Lodge Physics Laboratory, n.d. [c.May 1969])


Statistics (October 1968 - March 1969)

Reference D1000/7
Physical Description 1 ring-binder

Scope and Content

Notes taken at lectures on Statistics (Course Code: DS3) delivered by Professor Michael Sampford (Professor of Mathematical Statistics and Head of the Department of Computational and Statistical Science); together with extensive notes (on pages in red biro) taken from textbooks; copies of duplicated typescript paper on 'The theory of confounding for kn experiments' and DS3 Exercises 1968/69 Nos. 1-4 and Mr. Griffiths' answers to these exercises; and related papers.


Statistics (October 1968 - March 1969)

Reference D1000/8
Physical Description 1 ring-binder

Scope and Content

Notes taken at lectures on Statistics (Course Code: DS4) delivered by Dr. D.Y. Downham (Lecturer in Computational and Statistical Science), October 1968 - March 1969; together with extensive notes (on pages in red biro) taken from textbooks; copies of duplicated MS. and typescript DS4 Problem Sheets and Mr. Griffiths' marked answers/solutions, and copy of duplicated typescript DS4 Revision Exercises.


Operational Research (October 1968 - March 1969)

Reference D1000/9
Physical Description 1 ring-binder

Scope and Content

Notes taken at lectures on Operational Research (Course Code: DN4) delivered by Mr. J. Grahame Settle (Lecturer in Computational and Statistical Science), October 1968 - March 1969; together with copies of duplicated MS. DN4 Exercises and Mr. Griffiths' marked solutions.


Operational Research: notes taken from textbooks (1968-69)

Reference D1000/10
Physical Description 1 wallet

Computation (October 1968-March 1969)

Reference D1000/11
Physical Description 1 ring-binder

Scope and Content

Notes taken at lectures on Computation (Course Code: DCc/DCe) delivered by Dr. S.H. Storey and Miss M. Ann Maybrey (Lecturers in Computational and Statistical Science), October 1968-March 1969; together with extensive notes (on pages in red biro) taken from text books.


Numerical Analysis (October 1969 - March 1970)

Reference D1000/12
Physical Description 1 ring-binder

Scope and Content

Notes taken at lectures on Numerical Analysis (Course Code: DN1) delivered by Mr. J.M. Watt (Senior Lecturer), Dr. G.J. Makinson (Lecturer) and Professor L.M. Delves (Professor of Computational Science), October 1969 - March 1970; together with copies of duplicated MS. book list for DN1-3, notes on Calculating Discretizations, Method of Deferred Correction, and other handouts and also Problems produced by Mr. J.M. Watt.


Numerical Analysis (October 1969 - March 1970)

Reference D1000/13
Physical Description 1 ring-binder

Scope and Content

Notes taken at lectures on Numerical Analysis (Course DN2) delivered by Mr. J.M. Watt (Senior Lecturer in Computational and Statistical Science), October 1969 - March 1970; together with copies of duplicated MS. handouts written by Mr. Watt (including Revision Examples, Vacation Exercises, and Solutions to Examples).


Multivariate Statistics (11 January - 20 April 1972)

Reference D1000/14
Physical Description 1 ring-binder

Scope and Content

Notes taken at lectures on Multivariate Statistics delivered by Professor Michael Sampford (Professor of Mathematical Statistics).


Miscellaneous departmental and other papers (1967-71)

Reference D1000/15
Physical Description 1 wallet

Scope and Content

Copy of duplicated MS. notes on the use of Electric Faint Calculating Machines written by Mr. J.M. Watt, September 1967 and n.d.

Duplicated typescript information about Computational and Statistical Science: Honours options, 1968-69.

Duplicated typescript note listing recommended text books for the Department of Computational and Statistical Science Honours Course, 1968-69.

Duplicated MS. [Solutions to Statistical Exercise], n.d.

Mr. Griffiths' Statistics Examination Paper, Vacation 1968, marked by the [Lecturer].

Duplicated typescript Statistics Revision exercises for Easter Vacation 1969 and Sampling theory revision exercise, 1969, also Revision exercises (sampling theory) 1969: Solutions.

Duplicated typescript Department of Computational and Statistical Science Directory 1971-72, providing the room numbers, telephone numbers, and address and home telephone numbers of members of staff of the Department.


Book Lists (n.d. [c.1968]-1972)

Reference D1000/16
Physical Description 1 wallet

Scope and Content

(Duplicated) Typescript Lists of Books in the Department of Computational and Statistical Science Student Library and Lists of Statistical Books in and ordered for the Harold Cohen Library.


University of Liverpool Computer Laboratory stationery (n.d. [1960s])

Reference D1000/17
Physical Description 1 wallet

Scope and Content

Algol Programming Sheet, Fortran Programming Sheet, and Service Sheet [requesting a service].


Gunstone, Professor (1940-1951)

Reference D388
Physical Description 3 boxes, 1 envelope

Scope and Content

Copies of publications of the Guild of Undergraduates and of the University of Liverpool Chemical Society; photocopy

Administrative / Biographical History

Professor Gunstone entered the University of Liverpool in Sep 1940 and graduated BSc Hons in Chemistry, Class 1, in Jul 1943 and Ph.D in Jun 1946. He held a Senior city Scholarship, awarded by Liverpool Education Committee for sessions 1940-1942 and a Colonial Products Research Council Scholarship/grant for 1943-1946. He was appointed Honorary Campbell Brown Scholar by the University Senate in July 1943

Acquisition Information

Prof F D Gunstone 15 Oct 1986

Custodial History

Professor Gunstone deposited these papers in response to the appeal in Convocation Annual Report 1986.

Related Material

In 1972-73 the widow of Emeritus Professor T.P. Hilditch deposited his research and other papers with the University Archives (ref.D43): see list. They include photographs taken at the reunion of his students in 1951 (see D388/2/1).


Separated Material

In addition to the publications etc, which Professor Gunstone has given to the University Archives, he retains the following papers relating to his career at the University, some or all of which he hopes in due course also to give or to lend (for photocopying) to the University Archives:

(i) Undergraduate lecture notes.

(ii) Some examination papers and answer scripts.

(iii) Laboratory record books in each of the three branches of chemistry.

(iv) Some postgraduate laboratory notes.

Bibliography

A copy of Professor Gunstone'sPh.D. thesis, The Constitution and Properties of Unsaturated Vegetable Fats, is held by the University's Harold Cohen Library (ref. no. THESIS 759).

Access Points

Subjects
Liverpool University Faculty of Science Chemistry
Liverpool University Staff
Liverpool University Students
Liverpool University Societies etc.

Copies of publications of the Guild of Undergraduates and of the University of Liverpool Chemical Society (1940 - 1946, 1951)

Reference D388/1/1-4
Physical Description 4 items

University of Liverpool Students' Handbook 1940-1941 (1940)

Reference D388/1/1
Physical Description 1 item

University of Liverpool Students' Handbook 1944-1945 (1944)

Reference D388/1/2
Physical Description 1 item

Liverpool University Chemical Society: Laws and Bye-laws, Session 1940-41 (1940)

Reference D388/1/3
Physical Description 1 item

University of Liverpool : The Chemical Society Magazine, Vol.II No.2 (June 1946)

Reference D388/1/4
Physical Description 1 item

Photograph and key of a reunion dinner for Professor T.P. Hilditch (September 1951)

Reference D388/2/1
Physical Description 2 items

Photocopy of (a) photograph of past and present students of Professor T.P. Hilditch (Professor of Industrial Chemistry, 1926-51) at a reunion dinner at the Stork Hotel, Liverpool, and of (b) signatures of some of those present (15 September 1951)

Reference D388/2/1/(i)
Physical Description 2 photocopies

Key to the names of seventeen of those featured in the photograph. (Not dated)

Reference D388/2/1/(ii)
Physical Description 1 item

Hackett, Mr E. W. (1927-1931)

Reference D471
Physical Description 1 oversize item

Scope and Content

Photographs of Liverpool Association Football Teams, and staff and students at [Rankin Hall, Ullet Rd]; signed Christmas Dinner menu and toast list of Rankin Hall

Administrative / Biographical History

Mr E W Hackett BA History 1930, Dip Ed 1931

Acquisition Information

Mr E W Hackett, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire; 4 Oct 1988

Access Points

Subjects
Student Activities Liverpool University College Sports Soccer
Liverpool University Buildings Halls of Residence Rankin Hall