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KING'S COLLEGE LONDON: Secretary's in-correspondence

KC/IC/H1-115

Secretary’s in-Correspondence from correspondents with surnames or on topics beginning with the letter H, 1828-1918, 1926. This sub-series also contains papers regarding King’s College Hospital.


KA/IC/H1

1828

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including William Howley (1766-1848), Archbishop of Canterbury, suggesting the new College be built near Regent’s Park; Sir Andrew Halliday (1782-1839), physician, naming William Shrubsole as a shareholder; Benjamin Robert Haydon (1786-1846), history painter and diarist, stating his wish to become an annual subscriber to the College; Leonard Horner (1785-1864), Secretary of London University (later University College London), requesting tickets for opening lectures at King’s. Also includes an anonymous letter from a ‘holder of 5 shares in the King’s College’, complaining about education being mixed with politics.

14pp


KA/IC/H2

1829

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Leonard Horner (1785-1864), Secretary of London University (later University College London), requesting a copy of the College Charter; Sarah Henderson appealing for compensation, on behalf of her mother Mrs Henderson of No. 1 Strand Lane, for the loss of her home due to the building of the College (see KA/IC/L1); Sir Andrew Halliday (1782-1839), physician, requesting permission to transfer one of his shares in the College to Sir William Cosway; Henry Hobhouse (1776-1854), member of College Council, stating when he was available for Council meetings.

11pp


KA/IC/H3

1830

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Sir Henry Halford (1766-1844), physician and member of College Council, approving the form of the letter sent to successful applicants for posts at the College; Bisset Hawkins (1796-1894), thanking the College for appointing him the Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics and regarding the creation of a Materia Medica Museum; Francis Hawkins (1794-1877) thanking College Council for appointing him the Professor of the Practice of Physic (later named Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine).

28pp


KA/IC/H4

1831

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including W D Haggard presenting a ‘mummy cat’ to the College; Thomas Grainger Hall ([1802]-1881), Professor of Mathematics, complaining that his lecture timetable was imposed on him by College Council; Mr Harcourt advertising his self-acting apparatus for the administering ‘Lavenients’; Bissett Hawkins (1796-1894), Professor of Materia Medica, presenting books to the College Library; James Horsburgh (1762-1836), hydrographer and chart maker, donating nautical books to the College Library; J H Howlett, Secretary of Kensington Grammar School, requesting the school be brought into union with the College (‘Schools in Union’ were district and other grammar schools which the College awarded an annual scholarship and other privileges); William Howley (1766-1848), Archbishop of Canterbury, confirming his attendance at the opening of the College and accepting the Chair of College Council; Joseph Hunt offering to supplying coconut oil and candles to the College; Hurst, Chance & Co, offering the Library of Edward Gibbon (1737-1794), historian, to the College; W D Haggard requesting that the proposed Greenwich Proprietary School be brought into union with the College, including a prospectus of the School. Also includes letters regarding the purchase of the anatomical museum of Dr Robert Hooper (1773-1835), physician and medical writer.

50pp


KA/IC/H5

1832

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including W D Haggard recommending the College use William Wyon (1795-1851), die-engraver and medallist, to design the College’s prize medals (the Wyon family designed and produced all prize medals given by the College, see KA/IC/W); Francis Hawkins (1794-1877), physician and Registrar of the Royal College of Physicians, donating books to the College Library; Henry Howard, Hon. Secretary of the Royal Academy, thanking the College for allowing their students to attend lectures at the College; William Rose Holden refusing to pay his subscription to the College as some of the College governors and councillors were not Protestants.

17pp


KA/IC/H6

1833

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Richard Hodgeson, Assistant Master of King’s College School, requesting permission to also hold a post at the Royal Naval School.

11pp


KA/IC/H7

1834

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London.

17pp


KA/IC/H8

1835

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including William Howley (1766-1848), Archbishop of Canterbury and member of College Council, approving the date for distribution of prizes; P J Heisch, recommending the King’s College School should have a longer summer vacation.

10pp


KA/IC/H9

1836

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Bissett Hawkins (1796-1894), former Professor of Materia Medica, donating his books to the College Library; the resignation of Francis Hawkins (1794-1877), Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine.

7pp


KA/IC/H10

1837

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the successful application of James Hann (1799-1856), for the post of Mathematical Master of King’s College School; the successful application of George Hutton for the post of Assistant Arithmetical and Writing Master at King’s College School.

16pp


KA/IC/H11

1838

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including William Rose Holden withholding payment for his shares in the College; R Hutton, Secretary of Geological Society, regarding a damp wall in their offices in Somerset House next to the College; Richard Hodgeson, Assistant Master at King’s College School regarding his reasons for dismissing ‘Mr Hatson’; the unsuccessful application of Thomas Hare (1806-1891), for the Chair of Law.

24pp


KA/IC/H12

1839

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Thomas Grainger Hall ([1802]-1881), Professor of Mathematics, requesting the provision of another lecturer room for his classes; the resignation of Richard W Higgs ([1815]-1891), Lecturer of Classical Literature and College Librarian; Richard William Curzon-Howe, 1st Earl Howe (1796-1870), forwarding his donation to the King’s College Hospital; C J Hill, Secretary of South Islington Proprietary School, requesting his school is brought into union with the College and permission to call the school King’s College School (‘Schools in Union’ were district and other grammar schools which the College awarded an annual scholarship and other privileges); Robert Henley, second Baron Henley (1789-1841), informing the College that he could no longer attend the meetings for subscribers to King’s College Hospital as he was too frail to walk up the stairs; Thomas Grainger Hall ([1802]-1881), Professor of Mathematics, regarding the resignation of John Philips (1800-1874), Professor of Geology; George Herbert applying to the College for an additional boy to sing in the College choir. Also includes papers regarding the regulations of King’s College Hospital.

31pp


KA/IC/H13

1840

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the Professors of the Civil Engineering Department recommending the appointment of William Hosking (1800-1861) to the Chair of the Art of Construction; William Hosking thanking College Council for his appointment; Holtzapffel & Co., mechanical engineers, enclosing a list of equipment brought by Edward Shickle Cowper (1790-1848), Professor of Manufacturing Arts; George Hutton, Assistant Arithmetical and Writing Master at King’s College School, offering his resignation; James Hann (1799-1856), Mathematical Master at King’s College School, regarding his opinions on the resignation of George Hutton. Also includes papers regarding King’s College Hospital; letters regarding the purchase of the anatomical museum of Dr Robert Hooper (1773-1835), physician and medical writer.

39pp


KA/IC/H14

1840

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Printed posters listing the Honours results of the students of the University of London.

3pp


KA/IC/H15

1841

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Charles Herstlet, requesting seats to be retained in the College Chapel for the use of his family; Thomas Grainger Hall ([1802]-1881), Professor of Mathematics, regarding the proposals for French and German to be added to the syllabus of the General Literature and Science Department; the resignation of George Hutton, Assistant Arithmetical and Writing Master at King’s College School, due to his failing hearing; William Hosking (1800-1861), Professor of the Arts of Construction, recommending the appointment of Andrew Moseley as his Lecturer; James Hann, (1799-1856), Mathematical Master of King’s College School, requesting permission to take in boarders. Also includes papers regarding King’s College Hospital; letters relating to the appointment of Richard William Curzon-Howe, 1st Earl Howe (1796-1870) as a Life Governor.

54pp


KA/IC/H16

1842

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including W Huffmann recommending the College appoint a Professor of Chinese; H Griggs supporting the successful application of Thomas Hutton for the post of Assistant Arithmetical and Writing Master at King’s College School; Thomas Hankey recommending the College establish a Chair of Chinese; Thomas Harries regarding the health of Charles Aitken, a King’s student in his care. Also includes letters relating to King’s College Hospital, including a statement regarding the numbers of patients treated at the Hospital.

46pp


KA/IC/H17

1842 Jan 23

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

King’s College London Secretary’s in-correspondence from John Halcombe, sergeant-at-law, regarding the court case involving Rev Francis Tebbutt, seeking salary owed to him for his work as Chaplain of Hanwell Lunatic Asylum.

2pp


KA/IC/H18

1843

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including William Hosking (1800-1861), Professor of the Arts of Construction, presenting a model of ‘hydraulic architecture’ to the College Museum and on his opinions of a Parliamentary Bill regarding ‘regulating the buildings of the Metropolitan Districts & Provision for the drainage thereof’; John Pike Hullah, (1812-1884), Professor of Vocal Music, regarding the institution of his Chair and the state of his class; the successful application of William James Hutton for the post of Assistant Arithmetical and Writing Master at King’s College School. Also includes a copy of an address given by Thomas Grainger Hall ([1802]-1881), Professor of Mathematics to John Lonsdale (1788-1867), Principal, on his promotion to the Archdeaconry of Middlesex.

47pp


KA/IC/H19

1843-1844

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Pike Hullah (1812-1884), Professor of Vocal Music, proposing the introduction of singing classes at King’s College School and recommending the purchase of a pianoforte and music books; G W Hope of the Colonial Office, regarding the Dominican Legislation for the formation of a classical seminary in Dominica sponsored by the College; relating to King’s College Hospital enclosing statements of funds and finances; resolution the Committee of Management of the Hospital. Also includes papers regarding the reserved funds and payment for medical officers.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H20

1845

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the resignation of William Henry Hatcher, Curator of the George III Museum and Superintendent of the Workshop.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H21

1846

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Thomas Grainger Hall ([1802]-1881), Professor of Mathematics, requesting the appointment of an assistant; Thomas Hutton, Assistant Master of King’s College School, requesting a pay rise;. Also includes letters regarding King’s College Hospital.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H22

1847

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H23

1848

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the resignation of Richard Hodgeson, Assistant Master of King’s College School; the resignation of William James Hutton, Assistant Arithmetical and Writing Master at King’s College School.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H24

1849

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Richard Hodgeson, Assistant Master of King’s College School, explaining the reasons for his pupils’ absence; William Hosking (1800-1861), Professor of the Arts of Construction, giving his opinions on the applicants for the post of Superintendent of the Workshop; the successful application of Thomas Howley ([1830]-1906) for the Chair of Tamil and Telugu; Carsten Holthouse requesting permission to take in boarders. Also includes papers regarding King’s College Hospital including a petition from the medical officers of the Hospital requesting it remain connected to the College.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H25

1850

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including papers regarding King’s College Hospital.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H26

1850 Jun 26 -1850 Jul 12

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Thomas Frederick Hardwich ([1830-1890]) for the post of Chemical Laboratory Curator.

2pp


KA/IC/H27

1851

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Thomas Grainger Hall ([1802]-1881), Professor of Mathematics, recommending changes to the College’s general curriculum.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H28

1852

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Charles R Harrison publicizing his Royal Gymnasium and Fencing Rooms at the School of Arms; William J Heale applying for a seat at the College to watch the funeral procession of the Duke of Wellington; H G Henderson requesting that readers in the Chapel should wear surplices. Also includes a printed advertisement for William Hill’s ‘Improved Flue boiler and furnace’.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H29

1853

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript extracts from the minutes of the meetings of the Committee of Management of King’s College Hospital.

8pp


KA/IC/H30

1853

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Thomas Grainger Hall ([1802]-1881), Professor of Mathematics, requesting financial support for the widow of Mr Weedon, former employee of the College; William Hayes, Assistant Master of King’s College School, thanking the College for allowing his stepson, Charles William Kett, to attend the School without fees and requesting privilege be extended to his education at the College; William Hosking (1800-1861), Professor of the Art of Construction, requesting the provision of ventilation in the College Workshop; John Pike Hullah (1812-1884), Professor of Vocal Music, regarding the Choral Exhibitioners.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H31

1851 Nov 19 - 1853 Nov 1

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of James John Heywood (1827-1887) for the post of Assistant Master of King’s College School.

9pp, 1 item


KA/IC/H32

1854

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript draft of the King’s College Hospital bye-laws.

1 item


KA/IC/H33

1854

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the resignation of Thomas Frederick Hardwich ([1830]-1890), Curator of Chemical Laboratory and Demonstrator of Chemistry due to his ill health; the resignation of James Hann (1799-1856), Master of Mathematics at King’s College School; the successful application of Arthur Henfrey ([1820]- 1859) for the Chair of Botany.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H34

1854

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript extracts from the minutes of the Committee of Management of King’s College Hospital and other papers regarding the Hospital including an address to College Council respecting some changes in the arrangements of the Hospital by Dr Robert Bentley Todd (1809-1860), physician at King’s College Hospital.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H35

1855

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Whitaker Hulke (1830-1895), Medical Tutor, requesting a sabbatical to attend a military hospital at Smyrna, Turkey; Thomas Grainger Hall ([1802]-1881), Professor of Mathematics, supporting the successful application of Frederick Alfred Bradley ([1834]-1876) for the Lectureship of Plan Drawing in the Military Science Department. Also includes papers regarding King’s College Hospital.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H36

1855 Jan 29 - 1855 Mar 1

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Orlando Haydon Hyman ([1815]-1878) for the Lectureship of Classical Literature.

11pp


KA/IC/H37

1856

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the successful application of Edward Ash Hadow (1832-1866) for the posts of Demonstrator of Chemistry and Curator of the Chemical laboratory; Thomas Grainger Hall ([1802]-1881), Professor of Mathematics, regarding funds for the College workshop; the successful application of John Whitaker Hulke (1830-1895), Medical Tutor, for the post of Assistant Surgeon at King’s College Hospital and regarding his return to England from a military hospital at Smyrna, Turkey. Also includes papers regarding King’s College Hospital.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H38

1857

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript copy of a Government bill to incorporate the Governors of King’s College Hospital.

1 item


KA/IC/H39

1857

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript extracts from the minutes of the meetings of the Committee of Management of King’s College Hospital and a report for the Subcommittee on the New Building.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H40

1857

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the successful application of James John Heywood (1827-1887), Assistant Master of King’s College School, for the Lectureship of Classical Literature; the resignation of Orlando Haydon Hyman ([1815]-1878), Lecturer of Classical Literature.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H41

1858 Sep, 1863 Aug 13

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of John Harley (1833-1921) for the post of Medical Tutor and his later successful application for the post of Assistant Physician at King’s College Hospital.

8pp


KA/IC/H42

1858

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Thomas Grainger Hall ([1802]-1881), Professor of Mathematics, resigning his marking duties; the resignation of John Whitaker Hulke (1830-1895), Medical Tutor, after the announcement that the role would be combined with the post of Sub-Dean of the Medical Department. Also includes papers regarding King’s College Hospital.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H43

1862

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Harley (1833-1921), Medical tutor and Sub-Dean of Medical Department, regarding the decisions of the Medical Committee of King’s College Hospital; the resignation of John Whitaker Hulke (1830-1895), Assistant Surgeon at King’s College Hospital. Also includes applications for the Chair of Hindustani, including one requesting the College consider his case as he was wrongly imprisoned in a lunatic asylum.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H44

1862 Sep 19 -1862 Sep 27

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of FitzEdward Hall (1825-1901) for the Chair of Hindustani.

3pp


KA/IC/H45

1863

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including James Haddon (1811-1870), Second Mathematical Master at King’s College School, regarding the reduction of his wages; John Harley (1833-1921), Sub-Dean of Medical Department, regarding the closure of the dining room during the College vacations; Edward Highton regarding the formation of a University at San Francisco, USA. Also includes applications for the posts of Assistant Physician and Assistant Surgeon at King’s College Hospital; applications for the Chair of Hebrew and the Exegesis of the Old Testament, including Stanley Leathes (1830-1900), who was appointed.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H46

1864 Apr 21 - 1864 Sep 27

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letter to the Secretary of King’s College London from FitzEdward Hall (1825-1901), Professor of Professor of Sanscrit Language and Literature, Hindustani and Indian Jurisprudence, including his resignation due to his appointment as Librarian of the India Office.

3pp


KA/IC/H47

1864

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including FitzEdward Hall (1825-1901) and the other Professors of the Oriental Department recommending the recognition of Gottlieb William Leitner (1840-1899), Professor of Arabic Language and Literature, as the Dean of Oriental Department; the resignation of John Harley (1833-1921), Medical Tutor and Sub-Dean of the Medical Department.

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KA/IC/H48

1865

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Thomas Grainger Hall ([1802]-1881), Professor of Mathematics, regarding his work as Dean of the Applied Sciences Department, including a list of numbers of matriculated students between 1855-1865; Ensign Alan James Hewitt, requesting the use of a room in the College for the meeting of the King’s College 18th Company of the Queen’s [Western] Rifle Volunteers Regimental School of Arms; FitzEdward Hall (1825-1901), former Professor of Sanscrit Language and Literature, informing the College of the reasons for his earlier resignation; W Hole, regarding his son’s poor health and the conditions of the ‘water closets’ at King’s College School.

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KA/IC/H49

1866

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Alexander Hall (1842-1895), Assistant Arithmetical and Writing Master at King’s College School, thanking College Council for his appointment; Thomas Grainger Hall ([1802]-1881), Professor of Mathematics, complaining about overcrowding in the lecture rooms; Robert Hardwicke, publisher, regarding his new publication Our Schools and Colleges; William Hayes (1813-1888), Assistant Master of King’s College School, regarding his responsibilities in the dining room; H Housmann offering his collection of fossils to the College which he collected while a curate in Wolverhampton; Walter Howse (1827-1909), Assistant Lecturer of Mathematics, thanking College Council for appointing him the Senior Lecturer of Mathematics.

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KA/IC/H50

1866

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the post of Headmaster at King’s College School, including the resignation of John Richardson Major (1797-1876), Headmaster; newspaper cuttings regarding Major’s retirement; letters regarding the appointment of George Frederick Maclear (1833-1902) as Headmaster.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H51

1864 Nov 8 -1866 Aug 7

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Alexander Hall (1842-1895) for the post as the Assistant Master of Writing and Arithmetic at King’s College School.

9pp


KA/IC/H52

1867

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including James Haddon (1811-1870), Second Mathematic Master of King’s College School, requesting leave due to his health; George Alexander Hamilton (1802-1871), Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, regarding the dispute over the ownership of vaults leading from the Strand to the College entrance; Robert Hardwicke, publisher, regarding his new publication Our Schools and Colleges; Lieutenant Allen James Hewitt requesting use of a room in the College for a meeting of the King’s College 18th Company of the Queen’s [Western] Rifle Volunteers Regimental School of Arms; the successful application of Thomas Howells for the first Sambrooke Surgical Registrar post at King’s College Hospital; John Hullah (1812-1884), Professor of Vocal Music, complaining about the poor condition of his piano.

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KA/IC/H53

1868

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the resignation of Thomas Grainger Hall ([1802]-1881), Professor of Mathematics.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H54

1869

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters and printed papers sent to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Clement Higgins (1844-1916) for the post of Demonstrator of Chemistry.

13pp


KA/IC/H55

1869

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the resignation of John Haddon, Second Mathematic Master at King’s College School; the application of Clement Higgins (1844-1916) for the post of Demonstrator of Natural Philosophy (later appointed demonstrator of Chemistry, see KA/IC/H56); William Hughes (1818-1876), informing the College of the decision of the Geographical Society to present medals to school children for completion of geographical studies. Also includes a letter from the Masters of King’s College School complaining about the poor condition of the boot cleaning apparatus in the school.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H56

1870

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Earl Grey [Henry George Grey, third Earl Grey, (1802-1894)] informing the College of the death of the Prince Consort, Prince Albert, (1819-1861); Mary Haddon regarding the death of her father, John Haddon (1811-1870), former Second Mathematical Master of King’s College School; William Hayes (1813-1888), Assistant Master of King’s College School, requesting an increase in his wages after 33 years of service; the resignation of Clement Higgins (1844-1916), Demonstrator of Chemistry, due to the death of William Allen Miller (1817-1870), Professor of Chemistry; the resignation of Evelyn Joseph Hone (1838-1908), Censor and Chaplain. Also includes a petition from the Assistant Masters of King’s College School, requesting that a representative of the School be appointed the general board of the College.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H57

1870

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters in English and German to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Walter Noel Hartley (1846-1913) for the post of Demonstrator of Chemistry

10pp


KA/IC/H58

1871

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including, C F Haywood enclosing a tender for a ladies cricket booth at Harrow. Also includes a list of books lent to Francis George Hayes, a pupil at King’s College School and a list of temporary appointments at King’s College Hospital.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H59

1872

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London, including H W Harding regarding the privileges of Associates of King’s College (AKC), in Evening Classes; William Hayes (1813-1888), Assistant Master of King’s College School, regarding the absence of the sons of Francis C Webb from the school due to scarlet fever; Joseph Dalton Hooker (1817-1911), botanist and director of Kew Gardens, requesting the College’s botany museum be donated to Kew, including the ‘Indian Herbarium’ (see KA/IC/T57). Also includes applications for the office of House Steward.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H60

1872-1873

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript and printed papers regarding the agreement between King’s College Hospital and the Council of St. John’s House and Sisterhood to provide nurses for the Hospital. (The Sisterhood of St John the Evangelist provided all nursing and catering for the Hospital between 1856 and 1885. In 1874 a dispute arose between the two bodies and a new working arrangement was agreed.)

5pp, 1 item


KA/IC/H61

1873

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Mrs Mary Hayes, defending her husband, J Hayes (possibly a member of manual staff) after he was dismissed for being intoxicated while on duty; William Hayes (1813-1888), Assistant Master at King’s College School regarding the ‘Carr memorial’ (possibly for Thomas Swinburne Carr, Assistant Master at King’s College School who died in 1865); Arthur Carey Hutching regarding the cost of refreshments at the meetings of the Medical Society; the resignation of John Hullah (1812-1884), Professor of Vocal Music.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H62

1874

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the official resignation of John Hullah (1812-1884), Professor of Vocal Music.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H63

1875

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H64

1876

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Alexander Hall, Assistant Master of Writing and Arithmetic at King’s College School, complaining about the pupils carving their names into the desks; George Highsted accepting an unknown job at the College. Also includes applications for the post of Chaplain of King’s College Hospital.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H65

1877

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Thomas Grainger Hall ([1802]-1881), former Professor of Mathematics, expressing his disappointment at the decline of the Applied Science Department; William Hayes (1813-1888), Assistant Master of King’s College School, complaining about the smell from Chemistry Laboratory; the successful application of Richard Grainger Hebb (1848-1918) for the post of Sambrooke Medical Registrar at King’s College Hospital.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H66

1877 Nov 2

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letter to the Secretary of King’s College London from Harry William Owen Hagreen (1857-1919) thanking College Council for his appointment as Lecturer of Geometrical Drawing.

2pp


KA/IC/H67

1877

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of John Wesley Hales (1836-1914), Assistant Master of King’s College School, for the Chair of English Language and Literature, including testimonials from Edwin Abbott Abbott (1838-1926); Alfred Barry (1826-1910), Principal; George Granville Bradley (1821-1903), Master of University College, Oxford; John Sherren Brewer, (1809-1879) former Professor of English Language and Literature; William Jackson Brodribb ([1829]-1905), translator; Samuel Cheetham (1827-1908), Professor of Pastoral Theology; Edward Dowden (1843-1913), literary scholar and poet; Frederick James Furnivall (1825-1910), textual scholar and editor; Samuel Rawson Gardiner (1829-1902), Professor of Modern History; James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps (1820-1889), antiquary and literary scholar; George Frederick Maclear, (1833-1902), Headmaster of King’s College School; Henry Morley (1822-1894), former Lecturer of English Language and Literature; John Peile (1838-1910), Senior Tutor of Christ’s College, Cambridge; John Robert Seeley (1834-1895), historian; Walter William Skeat (1835-1912), philologist; John Twentyman, Vice Master of King’s College School.

63pp, 1 item


KA/IC/H68

1878

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Frederick Hazeldine, student, complaining about the poor condition of the food in the College dining room; Edmund Henry Howlett, Sambrooke Surgical Registrar, regarding his opinions on the scheduling of Saturday operations in King’s College Hospital; Horne, [Enesfield] & Co, regarding a sale of chapel fittings at Somerset House.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H69

1876 Oct 1 - 1879 Oct 17

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Alfred Kirby Huntington (1854-1920) for the Chair of Metallurgy, including a certificate of education from the Royal School of Mines.

10pp


KA/IC/H70

1879

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Walter Noel Hartley (1846-1913), Lecturer of Photography, regarding the reorganisation of the Photography Department and his resignation; Thomas Crawford Hayes (1844-1909), Assistant Physician for Diseases of Women and Children, requesting permission to also hold a post at the Royal Free Hospital; the resignation of William Hayes (1813-1888), Assistant Master of King’s College School; the resignation of Walter Howse (1827-1909), Mathematics Lecturer.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H71

1880

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Alfred Kirby Huntington (1854-1920), Professor of Metallurgy, on the refurbishment of his laboratory. Also includes a list of temporary appointments at King’s College Hospital.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H72

1881

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Robert Frederick M Harcourt (1841-1915) for a Lectureship in the Civil Service Department.

5pp


KA/IC/H73

1881

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the resignation of Harry William Owen Hagreen (1857-1919), Lecturer of Geometrical, Engineering and Architectural Drawing; Robert Frederick M Harcourt (1841-1915), Lecturer in the Civil service Department, requesting the provision of a larger room to teach his class; Caroline Headington offering to take in boarders; Horn & Sons, patentees and manufacturers, regarding the exhibition of the ‘Regulating Digitorium’ at the College; Alfred Kirby Huntington (1854-1920), Professor of Metallurgy, on the gas supply to his laboratory.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H74

1882

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including E H Howe, Secretary of King’s College London Science Society, informing the College about the new patrons of the Society; Arthur Kirby Huntington (1854-1920), Professor of Metallurgy, requesting the creation of the Lectureship of Metallurgy; Sir Charles William Siemens (1823-1883), electrical engineer and metallurgist, proposing to the Siemens prize for Metallurgy student.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H75

1883

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Arthur Kirby Huntington (1854-1920), Professor of Metallurgy, informing College Council of the appointment of Walter George McMillan (1861-1904) as the first Demonstrator of Metallurgy.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H76

1884

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H77

1884, 1922 Jan 16

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letter to the Secretary of King’s College London from Alfred Arthur Duffield Harding, a former King’s student, enclosing a small pen and ink drawing of the face of James John Heywood (1827-1887), Assistant Professor of Mathematics drawn by H Price, a fellow student.

3pp


KA/IC/H78

1885

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding proposals to change the College’s theological hood.

3pp


KA/IC/H79

1885 Dec - 1886 Mar 25

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Frederick Edward Hulme (1841-1909) for the Chair of Geometrical, Engineering and Architectural Drawing, including an offprint of ‘Technical Art Teaching’ by Hulme from The Journal of the Society of Arts No. 1724 Vol. 34 (1885 Dec).

21pp, 1 item


KA/IC/H80

1885

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Harley (1833-1921), former medical tutor, informing College Council of the death of William Augustus Guy (1810-1885), Emeritus Professor of Forensic Medicine; S Sutherland Harris regarding the meetings of the College’s Ladies Debating club; James John Heywood (1827-1887), Assistant Professor of Mathematics, requesting an assistant; the successful application of Edwin Hermus Holthouse (1856-1949) for the post of Sambrooke Surgical Registrar at King’s College Hospital; Alfred Kirby Huntington (1854-1920), Professor of Metallurgy, informing College Council of the appointment of W H Lane in the Metallurgical Laboratory. Also includes letters regarding King’s College Hospital.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H81

1886 Mar 22

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the unsuccessful application Lawrence Harvey, architect, for the Chair of Geometrical, Engineering and Architectural Drawing.

10pp


KA/IC/H82

1886

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the resignation of James John Heywood (1827-1887), Assistant Professor of Mathematics; the successful application of Frederick Edward Hulme (1841-1909) for the Chair of Geometrical, Engineering and Architectural Drawing, and regarding the appointment of Walter Herbert Webb as his Lecturer. Also includes manuscript letters and printed circulars from the Hospital Saturday Fund (formed in 1873 to collect and distribute donations to hospitals in the London area).

1 bundle


KA/IC/H83

1887

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Alexander Hall (1842-1895), Writing and Second Arithmetic Master at King’s College School, requesting an increase in his wages; Robert Frederick M Harcourt (1841-1915), Lecturer in Civil Service Department, requesting the provision of refreshments for the female students; Sutherland Harris requesting the use of the College’s sports ground for the Kensington Boy’s Club; J H Heathman & Co, hydraulic engineers, estimating the cost of providing fire buckets for the College; Albert William Holden (1838-1942), Professor of Fine Art, suggesting that a separate fine art department be formed. Also includes tenders for the building of a new wing of the College and letters and circulars from the Hospital Saturday Fund (formed in 1873 to collect and distribute donations to hospitals in the London area).

1 bundle


KA/IC/H84

1887

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Certificate of discharge and out-pension from The Royal Hospital Chelsea of Thomas Hirst, Bandmaster of the 1st Battalion of the Sherwood Foresters/Derbyshire of Foot.

2pp


KA/IC/H85

1888

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including tenders for alterations to a classroom.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H86

1889

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript papers to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding King’s College Hospital including temporary appointments.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H87

1889

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London comprising of applications for the post of Headmaster of King’s College School and the Mathematical Lectureship.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H88

1890 Feb 27 -1890 Mar 7

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript and typescript letters in English and German to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of William Dobson Halliburton (1860-1931) for the Chair of Physiology, including testimonials from George Dancer Thane (1850-1930), Professor of Anatomy at University College, London; John Scott Burdon-Sanderson (1828-1905), Waynflete Professor of Physiology, University of Oxford; Edward Albert Sharpey-Schafer (1850-1935), Physiologist; Michael Foster (1836-1907); Christopher Heath (1835-1905), surgeon; (Edwin) Ray Lankester (1847-1929), Zoologist; John Gray McKendrick (1841-1926), physiologist; George John Romanes (1848-1894), evolutionary biologist; Sydney Ringer (1835-1910), physician and physiologist.

36pp


KA/IC/H89

1890

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Ralph Holmes for the Assistant Lectureship of Mathematics, including a printed copy of The Hulmeian, the magazine of Hulme Grammar School, Oldham, Lancashire, where Holmes previously worked.

12pp, 1 item


KA/IC/H90

1890

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including William Dobson Halliburton (1860-1931), Professor of Physiology, regarding his proposals for changes in his department; Robert Frederick M Harcourt (1841-1915), Lecturer in Civil Service Department, regarding the withdrawal of classes from Essex Hall; G Hayes complaining about the ‘scandalous’ way the buttery was managed for the resident students. Also includes papers regarding King’s College Hospital; letters and printed circulars from the Hospital Saturday Fund (formed in 1873 to collect and distribute donation to hospitals in the London area).

1 bundle


KA/IC/H91

1886-1891

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Ralph Holmes, Assistant Mathematics Lecturer, for the post of Mathematics Lecturer.

9pp


KA/IC/H92

1891

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of George Neville Huntley for the post of Demonstrator in the State Medicine Laboratory.

13pp


KA/IC/H93

1891

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Richard Tanner Hewlett (1865-1940) for the post of Demonstrator of Bacteriology.

17pp


KA/IC/H94

1891

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including William Dobson Halliburton (1860-1931), Professor of Physiology, regarding the role of Demonstrator of Physiology; Robert Frederick M Harcourt (1841-1915), Lecturer in the Civil Service Department, requesting the windows of the Golden Grain Coffee House be whitewashed over after sugar was thrown at his students; the application of William Albert Samuel Hewins (1865-1931) for the Tooke Chair of Economic Science and Statistics [he was later appointed to the post in 1897]; Higgs & Hill, Builders regarding estimates for work for the College, including the Photographic Department; S Hines informing the College of the death of his wife, Charlotte Hines, chambermaid at the College; the Home Office regarding the registration of the Neuro-pathology Laboratory; Frederick Edward Hulme (1841-1909), Professor of Geometrical, Engineering and Architectural Drawing, requesting permission to take in boarders; Alfred Kirby Huntington (1854-1920), Professor of Metallurgy, requesting the appointment of Robert Arthur Poole Davison as Demonstrator of Metallurgy. Also includes papers regarding King’s College Hospital; manuscript and typescript letters and printed circulars from the Hospital Saturday Fund (formed in 1873 to collect and distribute donations to hospitals in the London area.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H95

1892, 1903-1904

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Captain Edward C Hore, requesting his exhibition on Central Africa be displayed at the College. Also includes papers regarding King’s College Hospital; manuscript and typescript letters and printed circulars from the Hospital Saturday Fund (formed in 1873 to collect and distribute donations to hospitals in the London area.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H96

1892-1893

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of William Mayhowe Heller (1868-1949) for the post of Master of Natural Science at King’s College School.

11pp


KA/IC/H97

1893

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including William Dobson Halliburton (1860-1931), Professor of Physiology, requesting the enlargement of his laboratory; Robert Frederick M Harcourt (1841-1915), Lecturer in the Civil Service Department, thanking College Council for appointing his daughters, Edith and Caroline Elizabeth Harcourt, as assistants in his Department; William Mayhowe Heller (1868-1949), Master of Natural Science at the King’s College School, regarding the cancellation of his lessons due to lack of demand. Also includes letters regarding King’s College Hospital.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H98

1893

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letter to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the examination results of William John Fuller, a student in the Science Department.

1pp


KA/IC/H99

1892-1893

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Carbon copies of manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of John Henry Howell for an Assistant Lectureship in the Civil Service Department.

10pp


KA/IC/H100

1893 Jul 15 - 1893 Nov 21

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the College’s proposals to drop the teaching of drawing in the Civil Engineering course, mainly from Frederick Edward Hulme (1841-1909), Professor of Geometrical, Engineering and Architectural Drawing; David Sing Capper, Professor of electrical Engineering; Henry Robinson (1837-1915, Professor of Civil Engineering.

15pp, 1 item


KA/IC/H101

1894

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including William Dobson Halliburton (1860-1931), Professor of Physiology, regarding the resignation of Thomas Grigor Brodie (1866-1916), Demonstrator of Physiology; Robert Frederick M Harcourt (1841-1915), Lecturer in the Civil Service Department, complaining about the poor conduct of Mr Harwood (possibly W Harwood a porter at the College); the resignation of William Mayhowe Heller (1868-1949), Master of Natural Science at King’s College School; the resignation of Richard Tanner Hewlett (1865-1940), Demonstrator of Bacteriology; Albert William Holden (1838-1942), Professor of Fine Art, regarding his lectures to the Ladies Department. Also includes papers regarding King’s College Hospital in particular manuscript letters and printed circulars from the Hospital Saturday Fund (formed in 1873 to collect and distribute donations to hospitals in the London area.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H102

1891 Mar, 1894 Oct 11-1895 Jun 8

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding a dispute between William Dobson Halliburton (1860-1931), Professor of Physiology and Peyton Todd Bowman Beale (1864-1957), Demonstrator of Physiology, over Halliburton’s belief that Beale was not qualified to hold his post.

47pp


KA/IC/H103

1881 Feb 7-1895 May

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of George Richard Hendy for an Assistant Lectureship in the Civil Service Department.

5pp


KA/IC/H104

1895 Feb 18 - 1895 Apr 2

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Ernest Holmes for the Assistant Lectureship of the Civil Service Department.

4pp


KA/IC/H105

1886- 1895 Nov 21

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the appeal of Robert Frederick M Harcourt (1841-1915), Lecturer in the Civil Service Department, against the payment of a tax imposed by the College. Due to the financial difficulties of the College, a tax was levied on staff to help fund the day to day running of College.

10pp


KA/IC/H106

1895

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including William Dobson Halliburton (1860-1931), Professor of Physiology, regarding the construction of a new physiology laboratory. Also includes a memo from the Finance Committee regarding the College’s debts; letters concerning Evening Classes in History; papers relating the King’s College Hospital.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H107

1893-1894

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Ernest Hasler Helby (1870-1921) for the post of Demonstrator of Bacteriology.

10pp


KA/IC/H108

1884 -1885, 1895

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript papers sent to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the approval of a new hood for the King’s College Theological Students.

4pp


KA/IC/H109

1895 -1896

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding temporary appointments at King’s College Hospital.

3pp


KA/IC/H110

1897 Mar 4

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Bound printed booklet of testimonials sent to the Secretary of King’s College London in support of the successful application of Alfred William Hughes (1862-1900), Professor of Anatomy at University College, Cardiff, for the Chair of Botany.

1 item


KA/IC/H111

1906-1907, 1909

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from Douglas Rücker Smith (1860-1930), Headmaster of King’s College School.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H112

1913-1914

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript and typescript papers to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding a conference held at the College on modern methods for the teaching of history.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H113

1914-1915

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the HM Offices of Works informing the College that a small fire exit was to be built under King’s College roadway including a plan of the work.

1 bundle


KA/IC/H114

1918

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London.

3pp


KA/IC/H115

1926 Mar 18

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter H

Manuscript letter to the Secretary of King’s College London from Edward Felix Herroun (1863-1953), former Assistant Professor of Physics, regarding details of the old microscopes held in the George III museum.

1pp

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