Durham University Records: Colleges
Introduction
Administrative history
Contents
Arrangement
Related material - here
Related material - elsewhere

Catalogue

Reference code: GB-0033-UND/F
Title: Durham University Records: Colleges
Dates of creation: 1575 - date
Extent: 62 linear metres
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Origination: Created by the colleges of Durham University, with deeds of their properties created by their previous owners/tenants
Language: English predominantly, with occasional Latin

Administrative history

Durham has always been a collegiate university in that most of its students have also been, and now pretty well all are, members of its constituent colleges, providing them with accommodation, welfare and extra-mural activities. Initially there was only one college, University College, which came to be based in Durham Castle, the former bishop's residence, from 1837. It was joined in 1846 by Hatfield Hall, which was intended to provide a more economical experience for students by providing all meals in common at a fixed charge and by letting the rooms furnished. A Cosin's Hall lasted only from 1851 to 1864 when it was effectively absorbed by University College. Thereafter the collegiate community expanded variously and by no means consistently.
Unattached, later known as non-collegiate, students, first admitted in 1871, established themselves as a St. Cuthbert's Society in 1888 which became the recognised designation for non-collegiate students in 1947. Bede College, established independently as a diocesan teacher training college for men in 1839, took university degree students from 1892. In 1975 it was merged with its women's counterpart, St. Hild's College, which had been founded independently in 1858 and connected with the University in 1896, to become the university college of St Hild and St Bede. Two private halls, St. Chad's and St. John's, founded in 1904 and 1909 respectively, took the style and title of independent colleges within the university in 1919.
The university's first women students in Durham matriculated in 1896, all of them members of St. Hild's College. In 1899 a women's hostel was set up which, by a resolution of the Council of the Durham Colleges in 1919, became known as St. Mary's College. Women students residing at home had first been admitted in 1895 and in 1947 this body of home women students became known as St. Aidan's Society, which became St. Aidan's College in 1961. The remaining colleges, Grey (1959), Van Mildert (1966), Trevelyan (1967), Collingwood (1972), John Snow and George Stephenson (both Stockton, 2001), and Josephine Butler (2006), bear witness with the Graduate Society (1965, Ustinov College from 2002), to the post-war expansion of the university. In addition, Neville's Cross College, founded by the county council in 1921 as a teacher training college for women, became a licensed hall of residence of the university in 1924. So some of its students studied university courses until it was merged with the Durham Technical College in 1977 to become the wholly independent New College. Finally, Ushaw College, a Roman Catholic theological college established near Durham in 1808, became a licensed hall of residence of the university in 1968; whilst ASC now administers its archive, that is still held at the college.

Contents

Most of the university's historic colleges in Durham have now transferred their archives to Palace Green Library where significant collections for University, Hatfield, St John's, St Chad's, St Cuthbert's, St Aidan's, St Mary's, Van Mildert, Trevelyan and Hild Bede colleges are now held. The colleges' records reflect all aspects of the colleges' life from minutes of its governing bodies and other committees, to registers and files of its students, administrative and financial papers of its officers such as the master/principal and bursar (including covering maintenance of their buildings), also minutes, accounts, photographs and ephemera of the running of their dining halls and chapels, of their common rooms (senior, middle and junior), and of their student sports clubs and societies, with also on occasion papers of some of their senior and/or junior members, and some artefacts, principally occasional items of clothing such as ties or blazers. In addition, there are considerable collections of deeds for the properties which became the colleges of St Chad's and Hild Bede which take the history of these significant sites in the city of Durham back into the sixteenth century. The deeds for St Chad's also cover its advowsons held elsewhere, especially in Liverpool. Various items are also held for the following colleges: Collingwood, Grey, Josephine Butler, Neville's Cross, Ustinov, Stephenson and John Snow. In addition, there are files for an unrealised attempt to establish a college on the Howlands Farm site in the mid 1990s.

Accession details

University College's archive has been transferred at various times since the 1950s; almost all the rest have come in since 2002.

Previous custodial history

Always held in the colleges, except for occasional items donated by usually college alumni

Conditions of access

There is restricted access to administrative records less than 30 years old, with some further restrictions, generally as noted, on records less than 80 years old where the Data Protection Act applies.

Copyright and copying

Permission to make any published use of material from the collection must be sought in advance from the Sub-Librarian, Special Collections (e-mail PG.Library@durham.ac.uk) and, where appropriate, from the copyright owner. The Library will assist where possible with identifying copyright owners, but responsibility for ensuring copyright clearance rests with the user of the material

Arrangement

College records are arranged as follows:
A Foundation
B Governance
C Administration
D Academic
E Clubs, Sports, Associations
F Photographs
G Publications and Ephemera
H Deposited/donated collections
I Artefacts
J Associated Trusts

Appraisal

Some accessions are appraised on site before transfer, others are appraised when received at Palace Green. Clean duplicates are generally removed.

Accruals

Continuous further accruals are anticipated. In April 2004, a retention schedule and other records management procedures were developed for the university's records to facilitate the regular transfer of records from the university's departments and offices to the archive. This draft retention schedule was developed further on the appoitment of the first university records manager in August 2006.

Related material - here

Most colleges still retain their records themselves.
Records of the restoration work on Durham Castle in the 1920s and 1930s are held as a separate archive in Durham University Library ASC.

Related material - elsewhere

The bulk of the archive of Hild Bede College and especially its antecedents of the separate colleges of St Hild and St Bede, is held at Durham County Record Office, as is also the archive of the former Neville's Cross College, subsequently incorporated into the now New College.

Catalogue

Colleges
Reference: UND/F Durham University is a “collegiate” university. The colleges are a major part of the Durham University experience and are one of the key reasons students give for applying. Durham University's college system is arguably the most distinctive feature of the University. Colleges are small enough to foster a strong sense of community, whilst still allowing students to enjoy all the academic and other benefits of a large University. Every student at the University belongs to a college. They remain a member of their college throughout their time at Durham and beyond. The colleges are not teaching bodies, but they are more than just places to eat and sleep. Instead, each college is a small community providing a wide range of activities and facilities for study, sports, the arts, socialising, relaxation and welfare.

Colleges Office
Reference: UND/FA
Reports
Reference: UND/FA1
UND/FA1/1   2012 - 2016
The Colleges Annual Report, comprising reports from those responsible for estates and facilities, research and scholarly activities, student experience, and recruitment and allocations, also from the head of each college, and Experience Durham, International Affairs, Greenspace and University Catering.
5 printed paper booklets, colour illustrated
Printed Ephemera
Reference: UND/FA2
UND/FA2/1   2009
A guide to Christian Chaplaincy in Durham University 2009/10
Printed paper leaflet, 1f
UND/FA2/2   [2018]
What is a College?
Printed paper leaflet, 4f
Stephenson College
Reference: UND/F19 Stephenson College, affectionately known as 'Stevo', was founded in 2001 and is a modern, purpose-built college offering high-quality accommodation and a well-rounded student experience. It is named after the great Northern railway pioneer, George Stephenson, and is situated on the riverside at the centre of the University's modern Queen's Campus, Stockton.

Administration
Reference: UND/F19/C
Bursar
Reference: UND/F19/C2
UND/UND/F19/C2/1   2013 - 2014
Posters for events at the college.
Paper file
Publications and printed ephemera
Reference: UND/F19/G
UND/F19/G1   [c.2010]
George Stephenson College prospectus
Printed colour illustrated booklet, 4f
Artefacts
Reference: UND/F19/I
UND/F19/I1   [2014]
Stephenson College tie, red and white diagonal adjacent stripes on a black background, with one representation of the college arms at the base
Polyester tie
UND/F19/I2   [2014]
College tee-shirt with “I [red heart] STEVO” on the front
Cotton tee-shirt
Size: 850 x 750mm
UND/F19/I3   [2014]
College lapel badge
Metal lapel badge, red on silver
Size: 120 x 150mm
Howlands Trust Project
Reference: UND/F2
Dates of creation: 1992 - 1997
Extent: 3 metres
The papers are concerned with all aspects of the project and include management; planning and design; fundraising and promotion; internal correspondence; and internal arrangement.
Records of a project to build a new college and research institute for the university of Durham at Howlands Farm on the south of the city. A principal designate, Miss Deborah Lavin, was appointed, who managed the project, although it was never fully realised in its original form. The deposit includes material relating to the open architectural competition for a design for the college, won by Arup Associates.
Deposited by Miss Deborah M. Lavin, principal designate, 31 July 1997, Acc No Misc.1997/98:2.
The project files followed a very structured arrangement during their active period. This is documented in Internal Arrangement (UND/F2/E1). Following transfer to the Archives, and their subsequent appraisal, these files were rearranged into smaller themes (functions) which follow a broadly hierarchical pattern. It was felt that this would better assist researchers in finding information.
A Management
B Planning and design
C Fundraising and promotion
D Internal correspondence
E Internal arrangement
Closed for public access until 2077 under the terms of the Data Protection Act 1998.
During their active period, the project's papers were managed in line with the university's records management procedures. Consequently, some of the papers were already destroyed or transferred to a different university department prior to their transfer to the Archives. For more detailed information on the project's retention schedule, see Internal Arrangement (UND/F2/E1). Following their transfer to the Archives, the papers were then appraised for their perceived value to researchers. Some material was destroyed on the basis of having little long term value. These included all duplicates and a portion of the correspondence deemed insufficiently significant for retention.
Appraised, sorted, catalogued, packaged and numbered in WORD by Jonathan Bush, September 2008 to February 2009; list converted to XML by Michael Stansfield March 2009.

Management
Reference: UND/F2/A
UND/F2/A1   c.1993 - 1997
Strategy reports and policies relating to the new college.
UND/F2/A2   24 January 1994 – 30 April 1997
Strategy reports and policies relating to the research institute.
UND/F2/A3   14 July 1993 – c. 1997
Gantt charts and project timetables (some with covering correspondence).
UND/F2/A4-5   23 July 1993 – 6 March 1997
Management Steering Group meeting minutes.
UND/F2/A6   c.1993 - 1997
Financial modelling initiatives.
UND/F2/A7   c.1993 - 1997
Account reports and budget statements.
UND/F2/A8   March – April 1997
Papers relating to contingency plans for the Howlands college following the Council decision of March 1997.
Planning and Design
Reference: UND/F2/B
UND/F2/B1   26 October – 30 November 1993
Planning Committee meeting minutes.
UND/F2/B2-5   17 November 1994 – 4 March 1997
Meetings with ARUP Associates minutes.
UND/F2/B6   25 October 1994 – 1 August 1995
Reports and minutes of Arup Associates concerning their “Durham Briefing Meetings”.
UND/F2/B7   25 August 1994 – 20 June 1996
Papers relating to the planning of the college.
UND/F2/B8   August 1993 – 23 December 1994
Papers relating to the Artists Forums and Workshops.
UND/F2/B9   30 July 1993 – 26 April 1995
Correspondence relating to environmental issues.
UND/F2/B10   8 October 1993 - 22 November 1994
Correspondence relating to the RIBA competition.
UND/F2/B11   1994
Papers relating to the RIBA competition guidelines.
UND/F2/B12   26 May - 12 October 1994
RIBA competition assessment reports.
UND/F2/B13   June 1993
“Environmental Statement for Proposed College at Howlands Farm, South Road, Durham, for the University of Durham”, report by Anthony Walker and Partners, Newcastle.
UND/F2/B14   12 January 1994
“Proposed University College and Conference Centre at Howlands Farm: Preliminary Energy Use and Environmental Performance Study”, report by R.W. Gregory and Partners (Consulting Engineers).
UND/F2/B15   16 August 1994
Report from ARUP Associates on the design of the new college (chosen as the winning entry in the RIBA competition).
UND/F2/B16   15 September 1995
“A New College for the University of Durham: Design Development”, report by ARUP Associates.
UND/F2/B17   c.1994
Architectural plans (photocopies) for the college.
UND/F2/B18-20   September 1993 & December 1994
Photographs relating to the Artists Forum.
UND/F2/B21   December 1993
Photographs relating to the primary schools college design competition.
Fundraising and Promotion
Reference: UND/F2/C
UND/F2/C1-2   5 October 1993 – 12 February 1996
“Fund-raising for the Institution of a New College at Howlands” (FINCH) meetings minutes.
UND/F2/C3   24 March 1993 – 25 April 1997
Reports and minutes of meetings with the Development Office.
UND/F2/C4   27 October 1993 – 7 November 1995
Reports and correspondence relating to tourism initiatives for the new college.
UND/F2/C5   February 1994 – 24 June 1996
Papers relating to fundraising events and lists of contacts.
UND/F2/C6   23 September 1993 – October 1996
Reports and correspondence relating to Deborah Lavin's networking visits to America.
UND/F2/C7   23 April 1994 – 10 November 1996
Correspondence from Iain More, fundraising consultant.
UND/F2/C8   c.1994 - 1995
A New College promotional brochure.
UND/F2/C9   c.1994 - 1995
A New College: Project – A Foundation for Research named after Ibn Khaldun promotional brochure.
UND/F2/C10   11 February 1993 – 27 March 1996
Press cuttings/press releases photocopies concerning the new college.
Internal Correspondence
Reference: UND/F2/D
UND/F2/D1-12   December 1992 – July 1997
Day correspondence from Deborah Lavin, principal designate.
UND/F2/D13   5 February 1993 – 26 June 1997
Correspondence between Deborah Lavin and the vice-chancellor.
UND/F2/D14   13 January 1994 – 10 February 1997
Correspondence between Deborah Lavin and Estates and Buildings.
Internal Arrangement
Reference: UND/F2/E
UND/F2/E1   July 1997
“Howlands Trust Project 1993-1997. A1: List of what was done with the project files at its winding up in July 1997. Compiled by Margaret Creighton, secretary to the Principal Designate.”
UND/F2/E2   July 1997
“List with commentary by Miss Deborah Lavin, Principal Designate, of the topical files of the project deposited in the University Library's Archives & Special Collections, Compiled July 1997 [i.e. list of files in section (of the deposit)].”
John Snow College
Reference: UND/F20
Dates of creation: 2001 - 2018

John Snow College was established in Stockton in 2001. The College takes its name from the nineteenth-century Yorkshire physician Dr John Snow, regarded by many as one of the greatest of all doctors - a world-leading pioneer in anaesthesia, epidemiology and public health, in addition to being Queen Victoria's obstetrician.
Deposited by the college December 2014 (Acc No Misc.2014/15:31)
Additional material received from the college:
June 2015 (Acc No Misc.2014/15:94);
February 2016 (Acc No Misc.2015/16:97);
March 2017 (Acc No Misc. 2016/17:93 & 109).

Governance
Reference: UND/F20/B
Governing Body/Council
Reference: UND/F20/BA
UND/F20/BA1   9 October 2001 - [?February] 2014
Governing Body and (from 15 October 2002) Council minutes, agendas and papers; incomplete (none for 2008 and few for some other years), and including a copy of the college plan of 17 February 2009.
11 annual paper files
Societies and Clubs
Reference: UND/F20/E
JCR
Reference: UND/F20/E1
UND/F20/E1/C1   6 February 2011
JCR Standing Orders Part II
Paper file
UND/F20/E1/C2   February 2012
JCR petition to the principal about an access route between Craggs and Fairbridge halls of residence.
Paper file
UND/F20/E1/D1   2004, 2005, 2014
Freshers Handbooks, detailing college and JCR officers, frequently asked questions, activities etc.
3 paper booklets
UND/F20/E1/D2   Easter - Michaelmas 2014
Snowdrop, JCR events and newsletter, issues 3 and 4.
2 paper leaflets
MCR
Reference: UND/F20/E2
SCR
Reference: UND/F20/E3
UND/F20/E3/AB1   April 2014 - June 2018
SCR Archive Committee, minutes, agendas and papers of work to develop and catalogue a collection of material (especially photographs and printed ephemera) reflecting the history of the whole Stockton development and the college in particular, and including a history of the John Snow Café Scientifique. The committee first met on 3 April 2014.
Paper file
UND/F20/E3/C1   [c.2008]
SCR address list
Paper file
Closed under DPA to 2068.
UND/F20/E3/D1   November 2005
Prof John Hamilton being presented with a commemorative Stockton coat of arms by Councillor Ann Cains on behalf of the mayor at an SCR dinner, to mark 5 years and Stockton and the setting up of the joint Medical School with Newcastle University.
2 colour prints + 1f
UND/F20/E3/D2   2008 - 2012
SCR membership cards, detailing the committee and programme for the year, with some information and images of the SCR and college.
Card, 5f
UND/F20/E3/D3   2006 - 2017
SCR dinner menus: 12 May 2006 (jt JCR/SCR presidents); 9 May 2008; 17 June 2015 with guest speaker Michael Stansfield; 23 March 2017 with guest speaker Clare Melhuish.
4 items
Infinity Musical Theatre
Reference: UND/F20/E4 Established in 2009 when it won runner-up for best new society at the Durham Annual Awards, it aimed to put on an annual musical in ARC, Stockton.

UND/F20/E4/D1   2013
Production ephemera:
Footloose the Musical, [15-18 February 2012], programme
Spring Awakening a New Musical, [February 2013], programme and review
Paper booklet
Photographs
Reference: UND/F20/F
College Groups
Reference: UND/F20/FA
UND/F20/FA2003   [October] 2003
College matriculation group, in front of the Holliday Building, arranged on the paths and up the staircases, in jackets, ties, skirts/dresses and gowns, with the college banner, titled, unidentified
Colour print
Size: 305 x 490mm
UND/F20/FA2004   [October] ?[2004 or 2005]
College [matriculation] group, in the Holliday Building foyer, arranged around the central seating and in the corridors, in jackets, ties, skirts/dresses and gowns, with the college banner, titled, unidentified
Colour print
Size: 280 x 400mm
UND/F20/FA2006   [October] 2006
College [matriculation] group, in front of the Holliday Building, in jackets, ties, skirts/dresses etc and gowns, with the college banner, with the college title and arms, by Gillman & Soame, unidentified
Colour print
Size: 305 x 755mm
UND/F20/FA2007   [October] 2007
College [matriculation] group, in front of the John Snow Building, in jackets, ties, skirts/dresses etc and gowns, with the college banner, with the college title and arms, by Gillman & Soame, unidentified
Colour print
Size: 305 x 755mm
UND/F20/FA2008   [October] 2008
College matriculation group, in front of the John Snow Building, in jackets, ties, skirts/dresses etc and gowns, with the college banner, with the college title and arms, by Gillman & Soame, unidentified
Colour print
Size: 305 x 605mm
UND/F20/FA2009   [October] 2009
College matriculation group, in front of the John Snow Building, in jackets, ties, skirts/dresses etc and gowns, with the college banner, with the college title and arms, by Gillman & Soame, all identified
Colour print
Size: 305 x 605mm
UND/F20/FA2010   [October] 2010
College matriculation group, in front of the John Snow Building, in jackets, ties, skirts/dresses etc and gowns, with the college banner, with the college title and arms, by Gillman & Soame, all identified
Colour print
Size: 305 x 605mm
UND/F20/FA2011   [October] 2011
College matriculation group, in front of the John Snow Building, in jackets, ties, skirts/dresses etc and gowns, with the college banner, with the college title and arms, by Gillman & Soame, all identified
Colour print
Size: 305 x 755mm
UND/F20/FA2012   [October] 2012
College [matriculation] group, in front of the John Snow Building, in jackets, ties, skirts/dresses etc and gowns, with the college banner, with the college title and arms, by Gillman & Soame, all identified
Colour print
Size: 305 x 755mm
UND/F20/FA2013   [October] 2013
College [matriculation] group, in front of the John Snow Building, in jackets, ties, skirts/dresses etc and gowns, with the college banner, with the college title and arms, by Gillman & Soame, all identified
Colour print
Size: 305 x 755mm
UND/F20/FA2014   [October] 2014
College [matriculation] group, in front of the John Snow Building, in jackets, ties, skirts/dresses etc and gowns, with the college banner, with the college title and arms, by Gillman & Soame, all identified
Colour print
Size: 305 x 755mm
UND/F20/FA2015   [October] 2015
College [matriculation] group, in the Sports Centre, in jackets, college ties, skirts/dresses etc and gowns, with the college banner, with the college title and arms, by Gillman & Soame, all identified
Colour print
Size: 305 x 755mm
UND/F20/FA2016   [October] 2016
College [matriculation] group, in the college grounds, in jackets, college ties, skirts/dresses etc and gowns, with the college banner, with the college title and arms, by Gillman & Soame, all identified
Colour print
Size: 305 x 755mm
People and Events
Reference: UND/F20/FY
UND/F20/FY1   11 May 1993
Bob Gibson leader of Stockton Borough Council, in a suit and tie, outside the Holliday building.
Colour print
Size: 135 x 190mm
Buildings
Reference: UND/F20/FZ
UND/F20/FZ1   August 1994
Views of the River Tees and Stockton riverside (before the barrage raised levels), taken by M. Dancey.
1-5. Riverbanks.
6-10. Boys fishing on the riverbanks.
11-14. Riverbanks.
15. Looking upstream to the Railway Bridge, with boats moored by the bank, scrapyard on the bank.
16-17. Victoria Bridge Stockton.
18-20. Replica Endeavour moored in the Tees.
21. Buildings on the north bank near Victoria Bridge.
22-24. Buildings on the river bank.
25. Bend in the river looking towards the Endeavour.
26. Minesweeper HMS Kellington moored by the bank.
27-31. Boats left on the shore at low tide near Princess Diana Bridge.
32-35. Views downstream towards the barrage.
36. Boat with a wheelhouse moored in the river.
36 colour prints
Size: 100 x 150mm
Publications and Printed Ephemera
Reference: UND/F20/G
UND/F20/G1   [c.2010]
John Snow College prospectus
Printed colour illustrated booklet, 4f
Artefacts
Reference: UND/F20/I
UND/F20/I1   2014/5
Snow Day teeshirt “Cirque Dusnow” 2014/5.
Gildan Sportsyle pale blue cotton teeshirt
UND/F20/I2   2013/4
John Snow Netball Club badged hoodie 2013/4 “GM”
Fruit of the Loom dark blue cotton hoodie
UND/F20/I3   2012/3
[John Snow men's rowing] all-in-one
Pontoon Sportswear dark blue with white sides and yellow piping lycra rowing all-in-one
UND/F20/I4   2012/3
John Snow rugby shirt, bedged, “15” , “DJ” , P&H sponsored
Viper10 polyester royal blue/white hoped short-sleeved rugby shirt with red flashing
UND/F20/I5   [c.2014]
John Snow tutor's shirt, badged and “College Tutor”
Jerzees 579 dark blue with red facings polo shirt
Neville's Cross College
Reference: UND/F6
Dates of creation: [1950] - 1953 Neville's Cross College was first mooted in 1908 but the war delayed building work and it was not until 1921 that it opened as a teacher training college for women, founded by Durham County Council. It became a licensed hall of Durham University in 1924 with thereby some of its students studying courses at the university. It opened its doors to men in 1963. Still funded by the County Council, with university involvement, it was resdesignated a college of education in 1969. The university link ceased in 1977 when it merged with the Durham Technical College (founded in 1957) to become the wholly independent New College. The original site of the college was sold for redevelopment in 2002 as New College redeveloped its Framwellgate Moor site in 2004.
Desmond Dalton, A contribution to teacher education: Neville's Cross, 1921-1986, (Durham 1986)

Foundation
Reference: UND/F6/A
Annual reports
Reference: UND/F6/A1
UND/F6/A1/1   1949 - 1958
Annual reports [of university students] for 1948/49, 1949/50 and 1957/58.
Paper file
Academic
Reference: UND/F6/D
UND/F6/D1   July 1945
Pass list for Joint Board Examination students
Paper, 3f
Given by T.S. Stott's daughter August 2018, Acc No Misc.2018/19:6.
Societies, Clubs and Associations
Reference: UND/F6/E
N.C.C. University Students' Dramatic Society
Reference: UND/F6/E2
UND/F6/E2/D1   [1950] - 1954
Ephemera for performances of:
The Old Man of the Mountains, by Norman Nicholson, 31 January/1 February [?1950], invite and programme
Lovers' Vows, 24/25 January 1951, invite
Deirdre of the Sorrows, by J.M. Synge, 2/3 December 1954, programme
Photographs
Reference: UND/F6/F
College Groups
Reference: UND/F6/FA
UND/F6/FA1944A-C   [?June] 1944
Neville's Cross college groups, all in dresses/skirts with the occasional blazer, all at Hatfield College, one outside B stairs, two on a lawn; in one Maureen Trevaskis (later Mrs Morrow) is identified.
3 BW prints
Size: 80/85 x 130/140mm
Given by Jim Morrow, son of Mauren Morrow, 24 May 2014.
Another copy of one image: UND/F7/FK2.
UND/F6/FA1944D   [?June] 1944
Neville's Cross college group, all in dresses/skirts with some jackets/blazers, outside ?B stairs at Hatfield, by Youngs Photographers of Houghton-le-Street, unidentified.
BW print
Size: 75 x 130mm
Given by T.S. Stott's daughter August 2018, Acc No Misc.2018/19:6.
UND/F6/FA1945   [June] 1945
Neville's Cross college group, all in dresses/skirts, outside on a lawn, unidentified.
BW print
Size: 85 x 140mm
Given by T.S. Stott's daughter August 2018, Acc No Misc.2018/19:6.
Hockey
Reference: UND/F6/FB
UND/F6/FB1945   [June] 1945
Neville's Cross hockey team (11), outside ona lawn, in white shirts and dark skirts, with crossed sticks, Avis, Ellen, [Thelma Stott], and Marj identified.
BW print
Size: 85 x 130mm
Given by T.S. Stott's daughter August 2018, Acc No Misc.2018/19:6.
Deposited personal collections
Reference: UND/F6/H
Parkinson scrapbook
Reference: UND/F6/H1
Dates of creation: 1951 - 1953
Scrapbook of Christine Wood's time as a student at Neville's Cross College 1951-1953 recording mainly her social life, but also occasional work activities in the form of programmes, invites, cards, letters, photos, newspaper cuttings, beer mats and two fireworks. Some of the items are captioned. Some other items are no longer present. There are also some notes of other social events attended. Apart from Christine Wood (later Parkinson), her friends featured are Valerie Dove (later Moffat), Lesley Smith (later Aynesley), Audrey Cree (later Bell) and Marjorie Smith (later Grant).
1. Prospectus for Neville's Cross College July 1950.
2. Open Day invitation for Christine Wood 30 June 1951.
3. BW photo of [CW] and Margaret Jones, college mother, on the entrance porch steps.
4. BW photo of girls in shirts and skirts ?dancing in front of the college.
5. Roneoed sheet of 10 [college] songs.
6. CW's training of teachers grant regulations declaration.
7. DCSRC freshers' [party] Castle invite from Ian Hoodless 6 October [1951].
8. Institute of Education cathedral enrolment service paper when CW sang a solo 5 October 1951.
9. Neville's Cross college informal dance invite 12 October 1951.
10. BW photo of [Marjorie Smith] and another girl outside NC college.
11. BW photo of [CW] outside NC college.
12. BW photo of Marjorie [Smith] and CW outside NC college.
13&14. BW photo of NC float in the Rag procession, “Neville's Devils”, 12 girls dressed as school pupils and teachers on a Dixon Transport lorry. CW wearing a pen nib head-dress in honour of Paul Parker “everyone's heart-throb”.
15. Durham Colleges Rag Mag 1951.
16. BW photo of Escomb church exterior from the S.
17. Newspaper cutting advertising for a baby sitter for the Xmas Ball.
18. DCSRC Christmas Ball in the town hall programme, some names added, 14 December [1951].
19. Newspaper cutting from Palatinate about the forthcoming DCSRC Christmas Ball.
20. NC college printed Christmas 1951/New Year 1952 card.
21. BW photo of Hatfield College.
22. Printed arms of Hatfield College.
23-25. Newspaper cuttings about the 10.15pm curfew for girl students.
26. NC Dramatic Society “The Old Man of the Mountains” ticket 1 February [1952].
27. 1 shilling ticket.
28. Note about a night-time meeting at Hatfield College 31 January 1952.
29. DCSRC Shrovetide Ball at Castle ticket 22 February 1952.
30. Stockport address 11 Juy 1952.
31. NC formal dance invite to Malcolm Gardiner 26 February 1952.
32-39. NC Dramatic Society “The Merchant of Venice” tickets, programme, [ Palatinate ] review and 4 BW photos 7-10 May 1952.
40&41 Newspaper cuttings about a tug-of-war between an elephant and 20 staff and students at Hatfield College.
42. Newspaper cartoon about “Botany Junior Laboratory”.
43. DCSRC June Ball at the Town Hall programme 20 June 1952.
44. Newspaper cutting 4 male students toasting another, Jubby identified.
45. Newspaper cutting of a NC student's opinion of King's.
46. [ Palatinate ] report on Durham Colleges' swimming team's prospects.
47. Newspaper cutting reporting the election of officers of the Durham Colleges Conservative and Unionist Association, John Shillitoe highlighted.
48. Newspaper cutting of Mary Bostock and Paul Parker punting.
49. NC Institute of Education results 1953.
50. BW photo formal group of NC first years (47 present) 1951/52.
51. BW photo formal group of NC second years (45 present) 1952/53. (Photocopy).
52. BW photo of 4 girls relaxing on a lawn, Summer 1952.
53. BW photo of 4 girls on the college porch steps, captioned “Me in San”.
54. Cheering note on a nautical theme from Beswick, Reed, Scott, Lister, Lee and Pinkney [which they brought to CW, along with refreshments, up the fire escape when she was ill in the sanatorium].
55. 1 shilling ticket.
56. Newspaper cutting of Durham rugby scores.
57. Beer mat from [Nevelles Dene Hotel] for Steel, Coulson and Co's Elephant Ales.
58-61. NC Dramatic Society Floor Plays programme and 3 BW photos 30 October [1952].
62. “Smoke Woodbines” beer mat from The Buffalo, November 1952.
63. Standard Roman Candle indoor firework.
64. W. Harbot & Co Demo indoor firework.
65-69. Aeolian String Quartet concert programme, with the autographs of the members, 22 October 1952.
70. Newspaper cutting reporting a rugby match featuring [Ken] Beresford.
71. Newspaper cutting on Durham female students and their “Windswept Look”.
72. BW photo of [CW] and 3 female friends in coats outside NC college.
73. BW photo of [CW], Val [Dove] and a male student on the river-bank during the Regatta.
74. Envelope from [Ken Beresford] to “Miss Teaching Practice” in Sunderland.
75. NC Informal Dance invite for K.W. Beresford 10 October 1952.
76. St John's College printed Christmas card from “No.1 Monk”.
77. St Cuthbert's Society printed Christmas card from Malcolm.
78. Newspaper cutting of NC Rag float, 7 featured, Audrey Dobson, Val Dove, Norma Wyness, Norma Russell and Alice Thompson identified.
79. BW photo of NC 2nd years' Rag float 1953. Photocopy.
80. Durham Colleges Rag Revue ticket 6 February 1953.
81. Linkman Sherriegg egg flip beer mat from the Duke of Wellington 21 September 1952.
82. Durham Colleges Rag Mag 1953.
83. NC Formal Dance invite for Peter Yates 17 February 1953.
84. Durham Colleges Rag Revue programme 1953.
85. Poster advertising DCSRC informal dance in [Library] Room 5, 14 March [1953].
86. BW photo, man, head and shoulders, signed Peter Murray [radio DJ].
87. Week's teaching timetable for CW for Dubmire Infants.
88. A poem about teaching.
89&90. BW photos, views of NC college.
91. Newspaper cutting headed “Lulu Among The Yahoos!” and noted as “Alan Chappelle's Babtism” ( sic).
92. Letter to CW from the Director of Education, County Borough of Sunderland, allocating CW to Hasting Hill P. Infants' School 29 April 1953.
93. BW photo of Cosin's Hall entrance June 1953.
94. BW photo of NC college main front.
95. Newspaper cutting reporting a Durham Colleges 2nd XV rugby match, [Ken] Beresford highlighted.
96. BW photo of a coxed four rowing on the Wear, John Thompson cox identified.
97. BW photo of girls picking out stones and clearing ground for cultivation.
98. BW photo of CW in the grounds of NC college.
99. BW photo of the rear view of 3 girls picking out stones and clearing ground for cultivation.
100. CW room name-plate.
101. BW photo of CW and 4 female friends in dresses in the grounds of NC college in front of a rhododendron bush.
102. BW photo of 4 girls walking along a hedge-row.
103. BW photo of 4 girls perched on a fence around a NC notice.
104. BW photo of CW and another girl in dresses sitting on a [?BSA] single cylinder motorbike registration LUP67.
105. BW photo of girls picking out stones and clearing ground for cultivation.
106. Handook of Information for Teachers produced by the N.U.T.
107. Testimonial from Netty Lunan, Principal, for CW as an Infants' School teacher, July 1953.
108. CW's Institute of Education Certificate 1953.
109. BW photo digital print “Mothers & daughters”, 7 ladies in dresses in the NC grounds 1951.
110. BW photo digital print Marjorie [Smith], Audrey [Cree], Val [Dove] and CW, in coats, outside NC main front.
111. BW photo digital print “Mothers & daughters” 1952, 10 ladies in dresses in [NC] grounds.
Given by the compiler, Mrs Christine Parkinson (nee Wood) of Harrogate, 19 September 2005, Acc No Misc.2005/2006:18 and 27 October 2005, Acc No Misc.2005/2006:28.

UND/F6/H2   1937 - 1939
Photographs of Nancy Caldwell (1919-), during her time at Neville's Cross College
1. BW print of Margaret Little in costume as Ellen in the play Room in the Tower, outside, April 1938.
2. BW print of 3 ladies outside, 2 in costume [in the play Room in the Tower], April 1938.
3. BW print of 2 ladies outside in costume for the play Room in the Tower, Tylney & ?, April 1938.
4-5. BW print & BW postcard of a group of 9 men, 7 in suits and 2 in cassocks and dog collars, outside ?a church door.
6. BW print of OTC championship, Ponteland, 2 men in suits firing rifles prone on a range, 1938.
7. BW print of [OTC] Infantry Unit, winners of the Philipson Sheild 1937 & 1938, sitting outside with rifles: CQMS E.J. Dobbie, O/C B.C. Hooper, O/C G. Waite, L/Cp W. Phorsan, Sergt E.W. Yates, O/C G. Gowie
8. BW print of 7 ladies outside, sitting in deck chairs or on a rug, in dresses, J. Macdonald, E. Gustard, I. Weatherston, J. Carter, E. Weeks, M. Shield, N. Caldwell, June 1938.
9. BW print of 10 ladies outside, trees behind, in dresses, E. Sample, K. Jeffrey, E. Gustard, M. Shield, J. Macdonald, E. Weeks, I. Weatherston, R. Horsley, H. Robinson, N. Caldwell, June 1938.
10. BW print of 6 ladies outside dressed as ?dancers, posed in a group, E. Sample, J. Macdonald, M. Shield, E. Gustard, J. Carter, [N. Caldwell].
11. BW print of 5 students at Neville's Cross, in dresses, outside: C. Foster, E. Gustard, M. Pigg, M. Shield, N. Caldwell, June 1938.
12. BW postcard of a study bedroom interior at the college, sent to N. Caldwell by L.G. Yeoman, 20 July 1939.
13. BW postcard of W.A. Brown in cricket kit playing a forward stroke in the nets, 1938.
14. BW print of a women's hockey team (11), in white shirts and socks with dark skirts, and sticks, in front of a goal, (possibly a Durham County XI)
15. BW print of 6 ladies outside the college entrance in white shirts and dark skirts (?those awarded colours): netball, Doreen Anderson, Kathy Lee, Helen Robinson; hockey, Ethel Stamper, Nancy Vickers, Nancy Caldwell, 1939.
16. BW print of a ?year group photo, (39), in dresses/skirts with 2 in college blazers, outside the college entrance, [1939].
17. BW postcard of a formal group of male students (43) in suits with 2 in blazers, outside a college entrance, by L.E. Muller, of 454 Kingsland Road, London, 1939.
18. Covering letter from Liz Wisniewski detailing her mother's career, 15 March 2018
File of 17 BW prints/postcards + 1f
Given by her daughter Liz Wisniewski, March 2018, Acc No Misc.2017/18:72.
Artefacts
Reference: UND/F6/I
UND/F6/I1   [c.1943]
College blazer of Maureen Trevaskis (1925-2014), Neville's Cross 1943-1945, royal blue with the college badge on the chest pocket
Born 1 February 1925, educated at Seaham Harbour Grammar School for Girls; Teacher's certificate at Neville's Cross College (based in Hatfield College) 1943-1945, married 1946 becoming Mrs Morrow (youngest married teacher in the country), taught in schools in Sacriston, Waldridge Lane, Nettelsworth, Cheveley Park Infants (head) and Durham Gilesgate Infants (head); died 6 February 2014 when living at 4 Whitesmocks, Durham.
Woollen blazer, 3 pockets, hole in the right pocket, 2 buttons, unlined
Size: c. size 10, 700 x 450mm
UND/F6/I2   [c.1943]
College scarf of Maureen Trevaskis, black background with alternating broad bottle green and thin red and silver stripes, Elliott's Irish Poplin Hand Woven in Ireland.
Silk and wool scarf, unfinished ends
Size: 1220 x 285mm
UND/F6/I3   [c.1980]
Neville's Cross College coat of arms with “Ne Vile” on a scroll beneath, produced by The York Heraldic Shield
Painted shield on a wooden mount
Size: 180 x 150 x 30mm
Codrington College, Barbados
Reference: UND/F17 Codrington College was founded from the estate of Christopher Codrington on his death in 1710. His estates in Barbados were left in trust to the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel to found a college for the study of Divinity, Physic and Chirurgery. The college was affiliated to the University of Durham in Easter Term 1875. After WW2 the Classical faculty was wound down by Durham as the university in Jamaica was developing that, so that after 1955 only theology students were being taught at Codrington.

Publications
Reference: UND/F17/G
UND/F17/G1   Summer 1961
Codrington Review, with articles about the college and elsewhere, and lists of ordinands,
Printed paper booklet, 28p + covers
UND/F17/G2   1988
Codrington College A Brief History, by John W. Holder (Bridgetown, Barbados), with various images of staff, principals, buidlings etc, printed off the college website 25 October 2010
Paper file, xii + 27p
Fourah Bay College, Sierra Leone
Reference: UND/F18 Fourah Bay College was founded by the Church Missionary Society in 1827 to train Africans as schoolmasters, catechists and clergymen. The college was affiliated to the Universityof Durham in 1876. In January 1918 the Wesleyan Missionary Society became associated with the CMS in the control and work of the college. It was merged with Njala University College in 1967 to form the University of Sierra Leone when its formal association with Durham ended. Some of the series of publications held at Durham continue into the new regime.

Academic
Reference: UND/F18/D
UND/F18/D1   June 1966
Fourah Bay examination papers in Chemistry for the BSc and the BSc qualifying exams.
Printed paper booklet
Formerly: PamL378.664
Publications
Reference: UND/F18/G
UND/F18/G1   1959/60
Fourah Bay College The University College of Sierra Leone Annual Report by the Principal, includes an appendix on the college's history by Davidson Nicol
Printed paper booklet
Formerly: Per Local FOU
UND/F18/G2   1961/62 - 1980/81
Prospectuses:
Fourah Bay College The University of Sierra Leone Prospectus Session 1961/62
Fourah Bay College University of Sierra Leone Prospectus for Sessions 1978/79, 1979/80 & 1980/81
2 printed paper booklets
Formerly: Per Local FOU
UND/F18/G3   1960/61 - 1972/73
The Fourah Bay College Calendar including dates of terms, almanac, historical notes, officers, council, college staff, University Act, charter and statutes, standing orders, comittees, boards, ordinances and regulations, for 1960/61-1962/63, 1964/65, 1966/67-1972/73 (part II only for 1972/73).
11 Printed paper booklets
Formerly: Per Local FOU
UND/F18/G4   1948 & 1952
The Fourah Bay, articles with lists of staff
Vol.II Michaelmas Term 1948 No.1
Vol.II Epiphany Term 1949 No.2 (1 and 2 subtitled New Series)
Vol.4 Michaelmas Term 1952 (subtitled The Terminal Magazine of Fourah Bay College)
3 paper booklet, 1 & 2 bound together in boards
Formerly: Per Local FOU
UND/F18/G5   Epiphany 1966 - December 1968
Fourah Bay College Gazette, including news of departments, graduates, visitors, lectures, staff, numbers, appointments and a calendar for:
No.4 Epiphany Term 1966 Vol.2 No.2
No.5 Easter Term 1966 Vol.2 No.3
No.6 September-December 1966 Vol.3 No.1
No.7 January-April 1967 Vol.3 No.2
No.8 May-August 1967 Vol.3 No.3
No.9 September-December 1967 Vol.4 No.1
No.10 January-April 1968 Vol.4 No.2
No.11 May-August 1968 Vol.4 No.3
No.12 September-December 1968 Vo.5 No.1
8 paper booklets
Formerly: Per Local FOU
UND/F18/G6   1948 & [1957]
Fourah Bay University of Durham Sierra Leone Appeal Fund brochures
2 printed paper booklets
Formerly: L+378.664FOU and PamL378.664FOU
UND/F18/G7   December 1959
Sierra Leone Studies, The Journal of the Sierra Leone Society, ed A.P. Kup (Special Number, New Series, No.12)
Printed paper book
Given by David Gledhill of Bristol, February 2017.
Teikyo University of Japan in Durham
Reference: UND/F21 Since 1990, Teikyo University has sent around 30 students in September and April to its campus in Durham (TUID) to improve their communication skills in English, and interact wih Durham students and the local community. Its main building is the Lafcadio Hearn Cultural Centre with two halls of residence.

Foundation
Reference: UND/F21/A
Anniversaries
Reference: UND/F21/AA
UND/F21/AA20   2 July 2010
Invite for a 20th anniversary celebration ceremony and buffet lunch
Card, 1f
Administration
Reference: UND/F21/C
Bursar
Reference: UND/F21/C2
UND/F21/C2/1   October 2011
Posters:
Teikyo festival, 22 October [2011]
Paper, 1f
UND/F21/C2/2   October 2010
Invitations:
Annual Japanese Festival, 23 October 2010
Card, 1f
Academic
Reference: UND/F21/D
Student Lists and Registers
Reference: UND/F21/D1
UND/F21/D1/1   April 1990 - April 1991
Admissions register, with names and signatures, and an oath; mostly unused.
Paper book
Publications
Reference: UND/F21/G
UND/F21/G1   1998 - 2011
Teikyo University in Durham Gazette, issues: Vol.III No.1 (June 1998), Vol.XI (February 2008), Vo.XII (February 2009), Vol.IX (2011).
4 printed booklets