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RedbrickA social and architectural history of Britain's civic universities$

William Whyte

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780198716129

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2015

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198716129.001.0001

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Redbrick
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Oxford University Press

Manuscript Sources

Birmingham

1. Birmingham City University Archive

Uncatalogued collection of papers relating to the university’s history.

2. Birmingham University Archive

Uncatalogued Minutes of Council.

UC/4/iii/10, Advisory Sub-Committee Minutes.

UC/4/iii/11, Opening of New Building.

UC/4/ii/27, Mason College Building Committee.

UC/7/ii, Buildings Committee Reports.

UC/7/iv/5/3, Deed of Foundation of Josiah Mason’s Scientific College.

UC/iv/5/5 Mason College, first session.

UC/7/iv/8/39, Statement concerning the proposed statues.

3. Queen’s Foundation Archive

Introductory Remarks and Index to Mr Martin’s Report.

Council Minute Book.

Minutes of Council and Governors.

Register of Students.

Brighton

University of Sussex Archive.

1A/V/1, Chaplaincy and Meeting House.

2B/1/7, Occupations.

IB/IV/2 Sussex House.

IB/IV/4 Sussex House.

IB/IV/6 Sussex House.

SxMs45/1, Staff Architect’s papers.

SxUOSI/3/3/1, Colin Eaborn, Autobiography.

UnivSx Coll IV.IV, ‘Sussex in the 1960s’ (film).

UoS Architecture, Boxes 1–2.

Uncatalogued sketches by Basil Spence.

Cardiff

Cardiff University Archive.

UCC/5n/M/1-4, Senate Minutes.

Uncatalogued Committee Minutes.

Colchester

Essex University Archive.

1(b) Architecture.

Box 2, Foundation Fund.

(p.340) Box 3, The first three years.

Box 3(b), Development Plan.

Box 3(c), Registrar’s papers.

Box 3(d), Construction of the University.

Uncatalogued Development Committee papers and press cuttings.

Uncatalogued papers and correspondence relating to the building programme.

Dundee

Dundee University Archives.

Rec A/96, Minute Book of the Governors.

Rec A/98, Council Minutes.

Rec A/121, William Paterson Scrapbook.

Rec A/807, Opening Ceremony.

UR-DUSA 646/1, ‘The Meal Poke’ (1903).

UR-DUSA 647/1 ‘The New Meal Poke’ (1922).

UR-PL 1/2, Plans and drawings.

UR-PL 1/8, Plans and drawings.

Exeter

Devon County Record Office, University of Exeter Archive.

UA/10b, University History and Register of Staff.

UA/26/12a/box 3313, Undergraduate handbooks and College magazines.

UA/12/13e, Registrar’s letter books.

UA/26/1b, Senate Minutes.

UA/26/1c, Building Development Programme.

UA/26/10b, University History.

UA/26/10c, Building and Endowment Committee.

UA/26/10d, Annual Reports.

UA/26/10e, Academic Dress.

UA/26/11, Endowment Fund.

UA/26/16, Building Files.

UA/26/17d, Debating Society and Guild Council Minutes.

Keele

Keele University Archive.

Annual Reports.

Council Minutes.

Oral History Project.

Lindsay Papers.

Senate Minutes.

Leeds

Leeds University Archive.

A4, Personalia.

B48, Roger Stevens Building.

B65, Council, Estates and Building Committee.

B66, Council, Estates and Building Committee.

B67, Council, Estates and Building Committee.

195/L, Council, House and Estates Committee.

(p.341) Uncatalogued reports on development.

Uncatalogued records from the Planning Office.

Leicester

1. De Montfort University Archive

Livingston Eyre, Master-plan (1992).

Report on Student residence (1972).

Student handbooks.

Uncatalogued materials on buildings, staffing, and student services.

Uncatalogued collection of photographs.

2. University of Leicester Archive

PCB 6-8, 11-13, Press Cuttings.

ULA/AD/D5/1, Development Plan and correspondence (1948–51).

ULA/AD/D5/1D, Development Plan and correspondence (1970–).

ULA/AD/D5/11, Development Plan and correspondence (1957–62).

ULA/AD/D5/7, Development Plan and correspondence (1962–66).

Shepheard Epstein Hunter, ‘University of Leicester development plan: draft final report’ (2002).

Buildings Advisory Committee Minutes.

Buildings Committee Minutes.

Buildings and Sites Committee Minutes.

Council Minutes.

Uncatalogued building papers.

Uncatalogued Bursarial papers.

John Winterburn, ‘Recollections of University College, Leicester, 1947–50’.

Liverpool

1. Liverpool University Archive

P411, University Appeal.

S236-7, Development Committee.

S275, Building Committee Minutes.

S278, New Arts Building.

S300, Students’ Union Building.

S504, Development Committee.

S2444, Principal Rendell’s Letter Book.

S2931, Development Committee.

Reports of the Development Committee.

Vice Chancellor’s papers.

2. Liverpool University Special Collections

(i) Holford Papers

D147/UCL/4, Gower Street.

(ii) Peers papers

D265/1/2, Letters to Bruce Truscot.

D265/3/2/1, Redbrick: the beginnings.

D265/3/2/2-4, Recollections of Professor Peers.

(p.342) London

1. Association of Commonwealth Universities Archive

Miscellaneous uncatalogued publications.

2. Blackheath, Morden College Archive

Papers of Charles Kelsall.

3. King’s College Archive

KA/IC/A/2/1-3, Secretary’s In-Correspondence.

KA/1C/B1-3, Secretary’s In-Correspondence.

KA/1C/F1-7, Secretary’s In-Correspondence.

KA/1C/H1-4, Secretary’s In-Correspondence.

KA/1C/S1-14, Secretary’s In-Correspondence.

KA/CS/M/1-3, Council and Special Committee Minutes.

4. The National Archive

DES, ‘Polytechnics: planning for development’ (1972).

DES, ‘Space Utilization in Universities and Polytechnics’ (1974).

DES, ‘Polytechnics: planning for change’ (1979).

ED24/567, Government assistance to universities.

UGC5/8, Correspondence leading to the deputation to the Chancellor.

UGC6/46, Annotated Building Norms.

UGC7/1194, Design and construct contracts.

UGC7/1597/1-2, Cardiff University.

UGC7/1598, Cardiff University.

UGC7/1616, Proposed abolition of capital controls.

UGC7/1621, Study of Maintenance and Interchangeability commitments in Universities.

UGC24/1970, Deputation to the Chancellor.

5. Senate House, University of London Archive

RO1/2/1-2, Letter Books.

RO1/7, Treasury Correspondence.

RO1/10/1, Home Office Letters.

6. University College Archive

MS Add. 56, Notes from the Minutes of General Meetings and Meetings of the Council.

College Correspondence.

Council Minutes.

Letter Books.

Miscellaneous Committee Minutes.

Loughborough

Loughborough University Archive.

G/M7, Governing Body Minutes.

LC/G/M8, Governors’ Minutes.

LC/P/EV3/1-5, Commemorative guides.

LCT/AD1/6, Designs for Academic Dress.

LCT/AD1/21/5-9, Papers relating to development.

LCT/G1/M1-2, Minutes of Hostel Sub-Committee.

LCT/G4/M1-2, Buildings and Development Committee.

University Calendar.

(p.343) Manchester

University of Manchester Archive.

HDH/9/1, Inventory of Dalton Hall.

OCA/1/6, Sale of Quay Street.

OCA/2/1-3, Examiners’ papers and Principal’s reports.

OCA/3, Prospectuses.

OCA/5/1/1-4, Trustees’ Minutes.

OCA/7/1-2, Owens College Extension Committee.

OCA//7/1/3, Owens College Extension Sub-Committees.

OCA/7/2, Papers relating to the extension campaign.

OCA//7/2/9, Appeal for government aid.

OCA/16/1, Registrar’s Letter Book.

OCA/23, Papers relating to the campaign for a university.

RA/1/1, Minutes of Council.

UA/1/57-59, Reports on new buildings.

UA/6/4/4, Proposed University of Manchester.

UA/6/4/5B, Letters in response to memorandum.

USG/4/1-10, Building Committee.

VCA/7/565/1-3, Vice chancellor’s papers: buildings.

VCA/7/386/1-6, Vice chancellor’s papers: Education Precinct.

Nottingham

Nottingham University Archive.

Not.5.E2.JEL, G. A. Jellicoe, landscape design (1955).

Not.5.EG, Portland Building.

Not.5.612.FLO, Florence Boot Hall.

‘An outline of the scope of education provided’ (1937)

Development Plans (1958, 1961).

Oxford

1. Bodleian Library

MS.Top.Warw.d.1, Papers Relating to Queen’s College, 1838–52.

2. Oxford Brookes University Archive

Uncatalogued collection: Regional College, early material up to 1947.

Uncatalogued collection of college and polytechnic plans.

Uncatalogued files of press cuttings.

Reading

Reading University Archive.

Uncatalogued material.

Salford

Salford University Archive.

Faculty of Business, ‘Centenary Building’ (2002).

Council Minutes.

Uncatalogued files on buildings and plans.

(p.344) Sheffield

University of Sheffield Archive.

SU/COU/19, Council Minutes.

UCS/CNL/1, Council Minutes.

UCS/SEN/1, Senate Minutes.

US/CHA/1/1, Firth College.

US/CHA/1/4, University College.

US/CHA/1/7, Pamphlets and posters.

US/CHA/4/8-11, University buildings and endowment fund.

US/CHA/5/2-3, Western Bank.

Southampton

Southampton University Archive.

1/2/1/8/1, Press cuttings.

1/2/5/54, Principal’s Report.

1/2/12, Development Committee Minutes.

1/2/2/22, Library Building Committee Minutes.

1/2/5/11, Building plans.

1/4/76/29/1-2, Committee on declining student numbers.

1/7/291/22/1-4, Photograph albums.

1/7/291/24-25, Reminiscences of College Days.

1/7/291/26, Opening of Highfield Hall.

1/7/322/1, Society of Old Harteyans.

MSS224/7/A914, Report on Sit-in (1970).

MS1/2/1/8/7, Press cuttings.

MS1/3/451/445/1-2, Planning and Development subcommittee.

MS1/4/76/7/1-2, Development Committee Minutes.

MS224/12/A919/1-3, Betty Wicks papers.

MS224/17/A944, F. S. Scott letters.

University Modern Records Centre

1. Association of University Teachers Archive

MSS27/3/55, Correspondence with the NUS.

MSS27/3/186, AUT at Oxbridge.

MSS27/A.16.7, papers of Professor Laurie.

2. Committee of Vice Chancellors and Principals Archive

MSS399/1/1/1-4, Minutes.

MSS399/1/6/16/1-2, Minutes.

3. National Union of Students Archive

MSS280/3/KC, General Correspondence.

MSS280/73/EC, Education Committee.

MSS280/139, Loughborough.

MSS280/144, Miscellaneous publications.

(p.345) Printed

State Papers

Report of the Royal Commission of Enquiry into the State of the Universities of Scotland, PP 1831 (310).

Copies of the Correspondence and Communications which have passed between the Treasury and the Chancellor of the Exchequer and the University of London, PP 1842 (542).

Queen’s Colleges, Ireland, PP. 1859 Session 1 (168) XXI Pt.II.

Report of the Commissioners Appointed for the Purposes of the Durham University Act, 1861, PP 1863 (3137).

Royal Commission on Scientific Instruction and the Advancement of Science, PP 1872 c. 536.

Report of the Committee Appointed to Inquire into the Condition of Intermediate and Higher Education in Wales, PP 1881 C.3047.

Board of Education Reports for the Year 1913–14 from those universities and university colleges which are in receipt of grant [sic] from the Board of Education, Cd 8137 (1915).

Report of the Commission on Higher Education in West Africa, 1945 (cmd. 6655).

Report of the Commission on Higher Education in the Colonies, 1945 (cmd. 6647).

Scientific Manpower: Report of a Committee appointed by the Lord President of the Council, 1946 (cmd. 6824).

University Development 1947–1952, 1953 (cmnd. 8875).

Methods Used by Universities of Contracting and of Recording and Controlling Expenditure, 1956 (cmnd. 9).

University Development 1952–57, 1958 (Cmnd. 534).

Grants to Students, 1960 (cmnd. 1051).

University Development: Interim report of the UGC for the years 1957 to 1961, 1962 (cmnd. 1691).

Higher Education: report of the committee appointed by the Prime Minister under the chairmanship of Lord Robbins, 1963 (cmnd. 2154).

University Development 1957–1962, 1964 (cmnd. 2267).

Enquiry into the Flow of Candidates in Science and Technology into Higher Education, 1968 (cmnd. 3541).

University Development 1962–1967, 1968 (cmnd. 3820).

Education: a framework for expansion, 1972 (cmnd. 5174).

PP 1968–9 (449-I), Select Committee on Education and Science: Report on Student Relations.

University Development 1967–1972, 1974 (cmnd. 5728).

UGC Annual Survey 1973–74, 1975 (cmnd. 6024).

UGC Annual Survey 1983–84, 1985 (cmnd 9489).

The Development of Higher Education into the 1990s, 1985 (cmnd. 9254).

Higher Education: a new framework, 1991 (cm 1541).

The Management of Building Projects at English Higher Education Institutions, 1998 (HC 452).

The Financial Health of Higher Education Institutions in England Independent Review of Higher Education Pay and Conditions 1999 (C25 6/99)d 1994 (HC 13 [1994–5]).

Higher Education: students at the heart of the system, 2011 (Cm 8122).

Periodicals

Annual Register.

Architects’ Journal.

Architectural Design.

Architectural Review.

(p.346) Beyond the Limit.

Birmingham Pictorial and Dart.

Birmingham Pictorial and Post.

Breed.

Bristol Nonesuch.

Bristol University College Gazette.

British Critic.

British Medical Journal.

Builder.

Cambridge Journal.

Cap and Gown.

College.

Concourse.

Contemporary Review.

Cum Grano.

Cygnet.

Ecclesiologist.

Edinburgh Review.

Encounter.

Examiner.

Ex-Communication.

Fortnightly Review.

Frazer’s Magazine.

Gair Rhydd.

Gong.

Gongster.

Gryphon.

Guerilla.

Hampshire Advertiser.

John Bull.

Journal of the Royal Society of Arts.

King’s College Calendar.

Last Edition.

Leeds Student.

Leicester University College Magazine.

Limit.

Literary Gazette.

London Medical and Surgical Journal.

Luciad.

Macmillan’s Magazine.

Magnet.

Mason College Magazine.

Mermaid.

Mirror of Literature, Amusement and Instruction.

National Student.

New Monthly Magazine.

New Society.

New Statesman.

Nineteenth Century.

(p.347) Octopus.

Old Owensian.

Owens College Calendar.

Owens College Magazine.

Oxford Magazine.

Oxford University Extension Gazette.

Perspectives.

Planning.

Polygon.

Pupil Teachers’ Monthly.

Quarterly Review.

Resources of Higher Education Institutions.

Ripple.

Salford Student.

Saturday Magazine.

Sheffield Daily Telegraph.

Southern Daily Echo.

Sphinx.

Students in Higher Education Institutions.

Tamesis.

Times.

Times Educational Supplement.

Times Higher Education.

Times Higher Education Supplement.

Twentieth Century.

Universities Review.

University Bulletin.

University College London Annual Report.

University College Magazine.

University of Birmingham Magazine.

Viewpoint.

Wave.

Wessex.

Wessex News.

Westminster Review.

Wine Press.

Wyvern.

Yearbook of the Universities of the Empire.

Yorkshire College Annual Report.

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