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ULIV Staff H - Archive of the University of Liverpool: Staff papers, surname H

Archive of the University of Liverpool: Staff papers, surname H

Reference gb 141 ULIV Staff H
Held at University of Liverpool Library, Special Collections and Archives
Dates of Creation 1890 - 2004
Physical Description 20 series
Name of Creator University of Liverpool
Language of Material All of the material is in English unless otherwise stated
Cataloguing Info [ hide ]
Title Archive of the University of Liverpool: Staff papers, surname H, 1890-2004
Author Finding aid created by Larysa Mitchell and Roy Lumb
Publication University of Liverpool, Special Collections and Archives April 2003
Creation Created using Xemacs Open Source Text Editor April 2001 - April 2003
Language Usage The finding aid is written in English
Revisions

Scope and Content

Contains the deposited papers of the following staff members:

Arrangement

  • D213 Hall, Dr Stephen and Dr Muriel Barton
  • D354 Hallett, Prof G. E. M.
  • D766 Hamilton, Professor David
  • D110 Hancox, Professor N. M.: relating to Dr Jan Kruszynski
  • D433 Harrison, Professor R. G.
  • D681 Harrop. Dr Sylvia
  • D98 Hay, Professor John
  • D431 & D336 Hearnshaw, Professor L S and Hearnshaw, Professor F. J. C.
  • D807 Hele-Shaw, Professor H. S.
  • D294 Henderson-Seller, Dr Ann s
  • D967 Herdman, Professor Sir William A.
  • D13, D205 & D683 Hetherington, Sir Hector
  • D43 Hilditch, Professor T. P.
  • D147 Holford, William Graham , Baron Holford of Kemp Town
  • D428 Holt, Robert
  • D1065 Hooper, Frederick W.
  • D101 Howard, Dr J. L.
  • D874 Hughes, Professor D. L. , CBE
  • D605 Hughes, Howell V. with Professor J. Share Jones and Dr Mary Share Jones
  • D71 Hughes, Dr Quentin
  • D427 Hughes, Dr Zuzana
  • D929 Hull, Professor Derek
  • D302 Hyde, Professor F. E.

Administrative / Biographical History

When the case was made for University College Liverpool it was recommended that the institution should establish seven Professorships and two lectureships, currently (2011) there are 4,800 staff working for the University.

Related Material

The published papers of Professor Sir William Herdman are held at Liverpool City Libraries.

D531 Student papers of L J Hipkin (later Sub-Dean of Endocrine Pathology, University of Liverpool)

Photographs and and obituary of Alan Geoffrey Hodgkiss, 1921-2007, Cartographer, later Senior Experimental Officer, in the Department of Geography, University of Liverpool are available in Archive of the University of Liverpool: Staff papers, surnames A and B, Photographs taken by Douglas H. Birch ref. no. D1004


Access Points

Subjects
Universities and colleges Teachers
Educators Women educators
Lecturers
Teacher educators

Hall, Dr Stephen and Dr Muriel Barton (1955-1978)

Reference D213
Physical Description 4 files

Scope and Content

Papers relating to Dr Stephen and Dr Muriel Barton Hall comprising: Photocopies of obituaries of Dr Muriel Barton Hall, 1955; Correspondence regarding an anonymous gift of about £5000 to the University of Liverpool in memory of the late Dr Muriel Barton Hall and the establishment of a Travelling Prize and its winners, 1974-1977; Personal correspondence and personalia of Dr Stephen Barton Hall, 1950-1977; Correspondence relating to Dr Stephen Barton Hall's position in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Liverpool, 1951-1978; Photograph of Dr Stephen Barton Hall and others, 1959-[?1960]; Oration on admission of Dr Stephen Barton Hall to Life membership of the Liverpool Medical Institution, 1969; Correspondence relating to a Lecture Tour of the USA undertaken by Dr Stephen Barton Hall, 1973; Photocopy of Medical Directory entry on Dr Stephen Barton Hall, [c. 1975]; List of publications, curriculum vitae etc of Stephen Barton Hall.

Administrative / Biographical History

Dr S Barton Hall MB ChB 1922, MD 1928, Director of Studies in Psychological Medicine and member of staff 1944-1964.

Dr Muriel Barton Hall d. 1955.

Acquisition Information

Prof John Hay; Mrs M O Hughes 11 Dec 1978, 28 Mar 1979

D213/1,2,7,9, and 10 was deposited by Emeritus Professor Hay, the remainder of D213 being deposited by Mrs. Hughes.

Bibliography

Stephen Barton Hall, Psychological Aspects of Clinical Medicine, (dedicated to Emeritus Professor John Hay, his first teacher in psychological medicine), H. K. Lewis & Co., Ltd., London, 1949

Muriel Barton Hall, Psychiatric Examination of the School Child, Edward Arnold & Co., London, 1947.

For an obituary of Dr. Stephen Barton Hall, written by Emeritus Professor J. D. Hay see The University of Liverpool Recorder No. 79, Jan. 1979, pp. 75-77. For other biographical notes etc. regarding Dr. Stephen Barton Hall and for obituaries of his wife see D213/1,2,7,9 and 10.

Access Points

Subjects
Liverpool University Faculty of Medicine Psychological Medicine
Liverpool University Staff
Personal Names
Hall, Muriel Barton d 1955
Hall, Stephen Barton (1899-1978) Director of Studies in Psychological Medicine
Corporate Names
Liverpool Medical Institution

Miscellaneous Papers (1955, 1974 - 1977)

Reference D213/1 - 3
Physical Description 2 series

Photocopies of obituaries of Dr. Muriel Barton Hall published in British Medical Journal and The Lancet (17 September 1955)

Reference D213/1 & 2
Physical Description 2 items

Anonymous gift of about £5,000 to Liverpool University in memory of the late Dr. Muriel Barton Hall and the establishment of Travelling Prize and its winners. (1974-77)

Reference D213/3
Physical Description 1 bundle

Scope and Content

Correspondence etc., referring to the gift of about £5,000 to Liverpool University by an anonymous donor, in memory of the late Dr. Muriel Barton Hall, and to various winners of the Travelling Prizes Examination which the money was used for, August 1974-1977.


Correspondence (1950 - 1978)

Reference D213/4 - 5
Physical Description 2 series

Personal correspondence and personalia generally (1950-77)

Reference D213/4
Physical Description 1 folder

Scope and Content

Correspondence received by Dr. Stephen Barton Hall from fellow doctors, former pupils, etc., re honours, articles, service on committees, the Diploma in Psychological Medicine, the award of the F.R.C.P. to him, etc. Includes photograph of Dr. Stephen Barton Hall opening the East Liverpool Psychiatric Day Hospital, 1961.


Correspondence relating to his position in Liverpool University Department of Psychiatry. ( 1951 - June 1978)

Reference D213/5
Physical Description 1 wallet

Scope and Content

Correspondence which includes:-

Letters to and from Professor Alistair Munro (Professor of Psychiatry 1969-1975)

June 1973 - June 1978;

Letters relating to his appointment as Director of Studies in Psychological Medicine and his resignation of the post, 1951-1964;

Letters relating to his appointment as Honorary Lecturer in Psychotherapy in the Department of Psychiatry on 1 Oct 1970 and to his resignation in September 1976.


Photographs featuring Dr. Stephen Barton Hall and others (1959-[?1960])

Reference D213/6
Physical Description 4 photographs

Scope and Content

Photographs of Dr. Stephen Barton Hall and others taken by Foto - Brandts of Hamburg - Altona on the occasion of the International Conference of the Society for Psychosomatic Research, Hamburg, 1959:

at a dinner (1)

talking with other delegates (2)

on board a ship (1)

Photograph of Dr. Stephen Barton Hall by the mantlepiece of the [? drawing room] at 41 Rodney Street, Liverpool. n.d. [?1960]


Other Papers (1960, 1969, 1973, ca.1972, ca.1975)

Reference D213/7 - 10
Physical Description 4 items

Oration on admission of Dr. Stephen Barton Hall to Life Membership of the Liverpool Medical Institution. (1969)

Reference D213/7
Physical Description 1 item

Scope and Content

Photocopy of the Transactions of the Liverpool Medical Institution, 1969, pp.22-23, containing the oration of the Public Orator (Dr. William Smellie) on the admission of Dr. Barton Hall as a Life Member of the L.M.I.


Correspondence relating to a Lecture Tour of the United States of America, undertaken by Dr. Stephen Barton Hall (February 1973 - June 1973)

Reference D213/8
Physical Description 1 folder

Scope and Content

Includes:-

Correspondence, itinerary and a day to day account of meetings, lectures and personal arrangements, referring to Dr. Stephen Barton Hall's lecture tour of the United States of America.

Attached to page 14 are three exterior colour photographs featuring Dr. Peter Roxburgh, Calgary, USA, pursuing out-door activities, 1973.


Photocopy of Medical Directory entry on Dr. Stephen Barton Hall (n.d. [c.1975])

Reference D213/9
Physical Description 1 item

List of publications, curriculum vitae, etc. of Dr. Stephen Barton Hall (n.d. [ca.1960, 1972], 1979)

Reference D213/10
Physical Description 1 bundle

Scope and Content

Letter of Mrs. M. O. Hughes to Emeritus Professor J. D. Hay regarding the careers of Dr. Stephen Barton Hall and, to a lesser extent, his wife, together with typescript copies of curriculum vitae of Dr. Stephen Barton Hall n.d. [c.1972], a list of his publications n.d. [1960], and a transcript of the Preface to his Psychological Aspects of Clinical Medicine; also letter from Mr. Richard Mewton, The Coach House, Brinton, Melton Constable, Norfolk to Professor Hay about his uncle, Dr. Stephen Barton Hall, 13 August 1979


Hallett, Prof G. E. M. (1985)

Reference D354
Physical Description 1 item

Scope and Content

Photocopied typescript 'reading copy' of the inaugural Gilmour Lecture "Remembering 'Gilli'" [Prof W H Gilmour], given by Prof G E M Hallett to the University of Liverpool Dental Alumni Association, 5 Oct 1985

Administrative / Biographical History

Professor Hallett (LSD 1934)

Acquisition Information

Prof G E M Hallett, Ponteland; 23 Apr 1986 and later

Access Points

Corporate Names
University of Liverpool Dental Alumni Association

Hamilton, Professor David ([c1998])

Reference D766
Physical Description 1 item

Scope and Content

Copy of David Hamilton's 'A Private life? (teaching at an English University)', reflections on Professor Hamilton's years as Professor of Education and Head of the Department of Education

Administrative / Biographical History

Professor David Hamilton, Professor of Education 1990-1997, Head of the Department of Education 1990-1995

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Professor David Hamilton, Department of Education, University of Umea, Sweden; 2 Apr 1998

Access Points

Subjects
Liverpool University Faculty of SES Education
Personal Names
Hamilton, David (fl 1990-1997) Professor of Education

Hancox, Professor N M: relating to Dr Jan Kruszynski (1948-1975; n.d.)

Reference D110
Physical Description 4 typescript pages

Scope and Content

Papers of Prof N M Hancox including: Typescript obituary article on Dr Jan Kruszynski by Prof Hancox and published in Nature n.d. [1967]; Typescript obituary article on Dr Kruszynski which was the basis of a joint appreciation by Prof Hancox and Dr Henry Grdlenski (Polish Histo-Chemist), the final version (altered by the editor) was published in the Polish Journal Folia Symphologica ; Christmas Card designed by Dr Kruszynski n.d. [print of holly leaf]; covering note of Prof Hancox re the above 14 Apr 1975.

Administrative / Biographical History

Professor N M Hancox, Demonstrator and Assistant Lecturer 1937-1939, Senior Lecturer 1945-1948, Reader 1948-1965, Professor of Histology and Cell Biology (Medical) 1965-1975.

Dr Jan Kruszynski, Lecturer, later Senior Lecturer in Histology 1948-1967.

Acquisition Information

Prof N A Hancox, University of Liverpool 15 Apr 1975

Archivist's Note

Listed by C Hammersley August 1978

Access Points

Subjects
Liverpool University Faculty of Medicine Histology
Liverpool University Staff
Personal Names
Hancox, Norman Merrett (fl. 1937-1975) Professor of Histology and Cell Biology
Kruszynski, Jan (1903-1967) Senior Lecturer in Histology

Typescript of an obituary article on Dr. Jan Kruszynski (Lecturer later Senior Lecturer in Histology 1948-67) written by Professor Hancox and published in Nature. ( n.d. [1967])

Reference D110/1/1
Physical Description 1 item

Typescript of an obituary article on Dr. Kruszynski ( n.d. [1967])

Reference D110/1/2
Physical Description 1 item

Scope and Content

This was the basis of a joint appreciation written by Professor Hancox and Dr. Henry Grdlenski (a histo-chemist of good standing in Poland). The final version of this obituary published in the Polish Journal Folia Symphologica, was altered by the editor before being published.


Christmas Card designed by Dr. Kruszynski, (print of holly leaf) (n.d.)

Reference D110/2
Physical Description 1 item

Covering note of Professor Hancox about the above (14 April 1975)

Reference D110/3
Physical Description 1 item

Harrison, Professor R. G. ([1940s]-1982)

Reference D433
Physical Description 4 boxes, 1 package

Scope and Content

Papers of Professor R G Harrison comprising: notes taken as a student at Oxford [1940s]; proofs of published and unpublished work on Anatomy and Embryology 1978, n.d.; papers re research on the Pharaoh Tutankhamun and other Pharaohs 1963-1982; X-ray photographs of the mummy of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun [c. 1969]; Film about the post mortem of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun 1968; awards; miscellaneous correspondence on anatomical subjects; correspondence as a rotarian 1962-1981

Administrative / Biographical History

Professor R G Harrison, Derby Professor of Anatomy 1950-1982.

Professor Harrison's wife, Dr M Harrison, is also a graduate of the University of Liverpool (M.B., Ch.B., 1962; M.D., 1968)

Acquisition Information

In January 1973 Professor Harrison transferred, inter alia, the following to the University Archives (University Archives ref. 5969B-5970B):- Drafts, proofs etc. of papers by Professor Harrison (independently or with others), unpublished or, in most cases, contributed to and published in journals both whilst at Oxford and also at Liverpool, and correspondence regarding drafts of the same, 1946-65 (list of same in University Archives office file B.4/4).

D433 deposited by his widow, Dr M J Harrison 4 Nov 1987 and December 2001.

Bibliography

For brief details of Professor Harrison's career one may consult the issues of Who's Who up to 1982.

Dr. E.W. Macmillan contributed a short biographical note, "In Memoriam : Ronald George Harrison, M.A., D.M.", in Journal of Anatomy, Vol.137 No.1, 1983, pp.209-211.

An obituary was also published in the University of Liverpool Recorder, No.92, April 1983, p.125.

Access Points

Subjects
Liverpool University Faculty of Arts Egyptology
Liverpool University Faculty of Medicine Anatomy
Liverpool University Staff
Egyptology
Biology Embryology
Biology Anatomy
Personal Names
Harrison, Ronald George (1921-1983) Anatomist

Notes taken as a student at Oxford (1940s)

Reference D433/1
Physical Description 1 bundle

Scope and Content

Professor Harrison's notes [as a student at] Magdalen College, Oxford, on [Professor, later Lord] Adrian's [book on] the Mechanism of Nervous Action (1932), n.d. [1940s].


Proofs of published (? and unpublished) work on Anatomy and Embryology (1978, n.d.)

Reference D433/2/1,2
Physical Description 2 items

Photocopy of page proof of Clinical Embryology by Professor R.G. Harrison (Academic Press, 1978), with Professor Harrison's Ms. corrections (1978)

Reference D433/2/1
Physical Description 2 items

Scope and Content

Photocopy of galley proof of [major portion of] Textbook of Anatomy, 1979 (uncorrected).

(Both found in envelope addressed to Professor Harrison from Academic Press Inc. (London) Ltd., and posted on 13 Feb. 1978.


Manuscript of Professor Harrison's paper on The Female Reproductive System (n.d.)

Reference D433/2/2
Physical Description 1 item, typescript and handwritten

Papers re Professor Harrison's research on the Pharaoh Tutankhamun and other Pharaohs (1963-82)

Reference D433/3/1-6
Physical Description 2 series

Correspondence, copies of publications, etc., particularly regarding Professor Harrison's research in Egypt and Britain on Tutankhamun (1963-82)

Reference D433/3/1-5
Physical Description 5 items

Correspondence with Dr. Soheir H. Ahmed of Cairo, Egypt (1969-82)

Reference D433/3/1
Physical Description 1 bundle

Correspondence with Dr., later Professor, Ali Abdella of Cairo, Egypt (1963-82)

Reference D433/3/2
Physical Description 1 bundle

Ms. and typescript of a book on the remains of the Pharaoh Smenkhkare (the subject of expeditions in 1963 and 1968), x-ray and other photographs of Tutankhamun, etc. (1968-76)

Reference D433/3/3
Physical Description 1 bundle

Scope and Content

Press cuttings (and copies of), copies of published papers, text of commentary for filming at the University of Liverpool about the post-mortem of Tutankhamun (1969), and related papers.


Correspondence with the B.B.C. (includes signed copy of Memorandum of Agreement re publication about Tutankhamun, 1977) (1965-81)

Reference D433/3/4
Physical Description 1 bundle

Copies of Egyptian, Spanish, and British newspapers and journal article re the post-mortem etc. of Tutankhamun ((1968)-1969)

Reference D433/3/5
Physical Description 1 bundle

Copies of published papers on Tutankhamun and Smenkhkare written by Professor Harrison (and others), comprising reprints of papers published in The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology Vols. 52 and 62 (1966, 1976), Antiquity Vols. 46 and 53 (1972 and 1979), and Nature Vol.224 (1969). (1964-1979, n.d.)

Reference D433/3/6
Physical Description 1 bundle

Scope and Content

Typescript of An Analysis of the Inter-relationships between Pharaohs of the XVIIIth the Dynasty by Professor Harrison, n.d.

Copies of reprints of papers by Professor Harrison: Introduction (to papers on the functional anatomy of the cardiovascular system) published in Symp. Zool.Soc.Lond. No.11 (1964), and Celebrity Lecture : The Scientific Basis of Archaeological Investigation published in Medicine, Science and the Law (1971).

Copies of brochures (text and colour photographs) on the documentary film project of 1979-81 on Tut-Ankh-Amun (Hanspeter Vetsch, Switzerland) including one in [? Dutch].

Duplicated typescript Newsletter Feature, Post Mortem on Two Pharaohs : Was Tutankhamun's Skull Fractured? by Professor Harrison, issued by the London Press Service, 1971.


X-ray photographs of the mummy of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun (c.1969)

Reference D433/4
Physical Description 20 x-ray photographs

Scope and Content

X-ray photographs of skull, femur, thorax, abdomen, etc., [all of Tutankhamun] in individual envelopes, marked (in the case of most envelopes) as developed 21 Jan. 1969, 3 Feb. 1969, 24 Jan. 1969, and 23 Jan. 1969.


Miscellaneous correspondence etc. on Anatomical subjects including research on the Pharaoh Tutankhamun (1952-82)

Reference D433/7/1-4
Physical Description 4 items

Correspondence with the Curator of the Blackpool Tower Zoo (1952-67)

Reference D433/7/1
Physical Description 1 bundle

Radiographs of a human leg supplied by Dr. Ross, Tunbridge Wells (21 Oct. 1963)

Reference D433/7/2
Physical Description 1 bundle

Miscellaneous loose papers, comprising:- (1960-83)

Reference D433/7/3
Physical Description 8 items

Correspondence with Mr. T.M. Simms of Canada re Tutankhamun, (includes copies of Mr. Simms' published papers). (1982-83)

Reference D433/7/3/1
Physical Description 1 bundle

Correspondence with persons with surnames commencing with letters A and B, with the Anthropology Section of the Natural History Museum, the Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Aberdeen (confidential), the Central Office of Information, the Bishop of Chester, Mr. F. Macauley of Rainford, and Dr. Z. Iskander of the Egyptian Museum, Cairo, re Tutankhamun; anatomical investigations in Britain (including the Rhyl mummy case), etc. ( 1960-80)

Reference D433/7/3/2
Physical Description 1 bundle

Papers re attendance at XIth International Congress of Anatomy in Mexico (1980)

Reference D433/7/3/3
Physical Description 1 bundle

Typescript transcript of [broadcast] in the [BBC] Chronicle series on Tutankhamun, in which Professor Harrison and others took part (n.d.)

Reference D433/7/3/4
Physical Description 1 bundle

Copies of signed Agreements with the BBC, Granada T.V., Academic Press Inc. (London) Ltd., and David and Charles (Holdings) Ltd., re publications and films (1968-75)

Reference D433/7/3/5
Physical Description 1 bundle

Recollections of Mr. C. Golding's investigations in Egypt "52 years ago" (n.d. [? 1970s])

Reference D433/7/3/6
Physical Description 1 bundle

Copies of a few reprints re resurrectionists, mummy of Queen Tiye, tomb paintings from the necropolis of Alexandria, and the prevention of rh-haemolytic disease (1967-78)

Reference D433/7/3/7
Physical Description 1 bundle

Artist's reconstructions of right lateral view and of frontal view of a head and face on a skull [reproduced in Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, Vol. 52]. (Not dated)

Reference D433/7/3/8
Physical Description 1 item

Plaque (? silver gilt) mounted on wood and inscribed To Professor R.G. Harrison with our sincere thanks from Professor Navarrina and collaborators Santiago de Compostela (June 1982)

Reference D433/7/4
Physical Description 1 item

Correspondence etc. as a Rotarian (1962-81)

Reference D433/8/1-4
Physical Description 4 items

Correspondence (and related papers) with Dr. (later Professor) W.R. Angus, D.F.F.L. Officer of District No. 118 (North Wales, etc.) of Rotary International. (Professor Harrison was a member of this District) (1963-70)

Reference D433/8/1
Physical Description 1 bundle

Correspondence (in his capacity as the International Service Committee Chairman of the Rotary Club in Liverpool and as Vice-President of the Club) with (and about) Rotarians in this country and overseas. (1968-71)

Reference D433/8/2
Physical Description 1 bundle

Correspondence with (and about) Rotarians in this country and overseas (1969-71)

Reference D433/8/3
Physical Description 1 bundle

Correspondence particularly re the work of the Rotary Club of Liverpool (of which Professor Harrison was President (1971-72), 1962-81)

Reference D433/8/4
Physical Description 1 bundle

Reprints of journal papers (1946-1954)

Reference D433/9
Physical Description 1 vol.

Scope and Content

`Collected Papers', comprising reprints of papers written by Professor Harrison (in some cases, jointly with others) and published in British and American journals.


Harrop, Dr Sylvia (n.d, late 1980s)

Reference D681
Physical Description 2 boxes

Scope and Content

Almost all of these papers were created/assembled in the course of the research for Dr Sylvia Harrop's commissioned history of the University, Decade of Change, The University of Liverpool 1981-1991 (Liverpool University Press, 1994).

Administrative / Biographical History

Sylvia Harrop, Lecturer in Education and Extension Studies 1974-1990, Senior Lecturer in Education 1990-1999, Dean of Faculty of Education 1993-1996, Senior Fellow in Education 1999-

Conditions Governing Access

As noted in the list, access to D.681/1/9, D.681/2/3 and /4/4 is closed until 2015 or subject to written consent being obtained.

Acquisition Information

The papers were deposited by Dr Harrop, Department of Education, University of Liverpool, and Austwick, near Lancaster, September 1995 and later (particularly in November 2003 and March 2005).

Bibliography

Harrop, Sylvia. Decade of Change, The University of Liverpool 1981-1991 , Liverpool University Press, 1994