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 - 2013
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 University has always been meant to be a collegiate university, but 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 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.

Contents

Only four of the university's colleges - University (also known as Castle), St John's, St Mary's and St Aidan's - have transferred anything like a substantial archive. Their 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. 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: Grey, Hatfield, Josephine Butler, Neville's Cross, St Cuthbert's, Trevelyan, Ustinov, and Van Mildert. In addition, there 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

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.

Finding aids

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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 - 2013
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.

Collingwood College
Reference: UND/F16
Dates of creation: 1976 - 2012
Officers
Reference: UND/F16/C
Bursar
Reference: UND/F16/C2
UND/F16/C2/1   October 1984
Posters for exhibitions:
Simon King and David Esslemont, Prints & Paintings, 21 October-10 Novermber 1984

UND/F16/C2/2   April 2013 - March 2014
Posters for events:
Protein Dynamics and Function conference, 15-17 April 2013
The Dyslexia Debate book launch, 11 March [2014]

Associations, Clubs and Societies
Reference: UND/F16/E
Junior Common Room
Reference: UND/F16/E1
UND/F16/E1/C1   [October 2012]
Freshers' pack, including “Living in Collingwood”, “Freshers Handbook”, an introductory letter for international students with a copy of “GBMag The Magazine for International & EU Students” and a Nightline key ring.

UND/F16/E1/D1   2008 - 2009
Posters
- Summer Ball 11 June [2008]
- Exhibition of paintings by Annemarie Weston and Judy McLean, 7 May - 5 June 2009.

UND/F16/E1/D2   19 June 1986
Collingwood Summer Solstice programme

UND/F16/E1/D3   November 1976
Exhibition of engravings, collages, acrylic paintings, lithographs, and books and pamphlets illustrated by Richard Shirley Smith, price list.

Middle Common Room
Reference: UND/F16/E2
Senior Common Room
Reference: UND/F16/E3
UND/F16/E3/D1   April 2007
The Collingwood Courier, SCR newsletter, volume 1 issue 3 only.

Music Society
Reference: UND/F16/E4
UND/F16/E4/D1   1977
Ephemera for performances:
Rectial of English verse and music, 8 May 1977.

Collingwood Association
Reference: UND/F16/E5
UND/F16/E5/D1   1984 - 2013/14
Collingwood Association Newsletter, which had become Wood Words The Newsletter of the Collingwood Association by 2003, with news of the college and alumni, and some articles.
Editions present for: 1984, 1985, 1986, 1993, 1997, 2003, 2004/05, 2005/06, 2006/07, 2007/08, 2008/09, 2009/10, 2010/11, 2011/12, 2013/14

Collingwood Woodplayers
Reference: UND/F16/E6
UND/F16/E6/D1   March 2011
Posters for performances:
Tim Firth, Our House The Madness Musical, 9-12 March 2011

UND/F16/E6/D2   June 2014
Programmes for performances:
The Tempest, June 2014

Publications
Reference: UND/F16/G
UND/F16/G1   [c.1980], [1989], [c.1995]
Prospectuses

UND/F16/G2   [c.1995]
“The Best in Bed and Breakfast” promotional leaflet with views of the college and Durham.

UND/F16/G3   [1989]
Collingwood College Welcome

UND/F16/G4   19 February 1996
Woodword, student newsletter, Issue 3 only.

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.

Publications and printed ephemera
Reference: UND/F19/G
UND/F19/G1   [c.2010]
George Stephenson College prospectus

Grey College
Reference: UND/F5
Dates of creation: 1959 - 2012 Grey College was founded in 1959. It was named after the second Earl Grey who was prime minister at the time of the founding of the university in 1832.
Nigel Watson, From the ashes: the story of Grey College, Durham, (Durham 2004)

Foundation
Reference: UND/F5/A
UND/F5/A1   4 November 1959
Invite to the laying of the foundation stone.

UND/F5/A2   19 October 1961
Invite to the opening of the main building.

Administration
Reference: UND/F5/C
Bursar
Reference: UND/F5/C2
UND/F5/C2/1   1999 - 2012
Art exhibitions:
- John Piper A Retrospective , 29 April - 15 May 1999, catalogue.
- Colin Halliday “Landscape in Consciousness” paintings, 18-26 June 1999, private view invite.
- John Tunnard A Retrospective, 29 September - 22 October 2000, catalogue by B.A. Whitton and A. Peat, Occasional Paper No.2.
- Theodore Major Pathway to the Sun, 3 - 26 May 2002, catalogue by M. Major, Occasional Paper No.3.
- Kirill Sokolov 1930-2004 A Retrospective, 1-22 October 2006, catalogue by Henry Dyson.
- Colin James Higgins [Art] Collection, 7-22 November [2009], poster and invite.
- John Tunnard His Life and Art from the 1920s to the 1970s, by Brian A. Whitton, 3-26 June 2011, catalogue.
- Working Lives by David Venables, 9-24 June 2012, catalogue.

UND/F5/C2/2   [1983]
Programmes for plays performed at the college:
Cao Yu's Thunderbirds, 22-23 February [1983].
Cao Yu's Sunrise, [?1983].

Chapel
Reference: UND/F5/C3
UND/F5/C3/C1   2002
Service papers for services elsewhere:
Easter journey service for the college at Durham Cathedral 4 March 2002.

Academic
Reference: UND/F5/D
Lectures
Reference: UND/F5/D1
UND/F5/D1/1   May 2007 - May 2012
Hartop lecture posters:
Prof Maurice Place, “Responding to Children's Problems - Can the Talking Therapies Survive the Medication Revolution?”, 9 May 2007.
Karen Cromarty, “Bovvered? You Should Be!” , 14 May 2008.
Sally Ingram, “Mind the Gap” , 13 May 2009.
Prof Mick Cooper, Pluralism: a new paradigm, 9 May 2012.

Societies, Clubs and Associations
Reference: UND/F5/E
J.C.R.
Reference: UND/F5/E1
UND/F5/E1/D1   2007 - 2011
Posters:
Muses, “A Walk in the Woods”, Grey Bar, Arts Week, 6 March 2007.
Fireworks, 7 November 2009, 5 November 2011.

Dramatic SocietyFountains Theatre Company
Reference: UND/F5/E4 The Fountains Theatre Co was extant by 2013.

UND/F5/E4/D1   [1967]
Performances ephemera:
The Hole by N.F. Simpson and Endgame by Samuel Beckett, 6-8 March [1967]
King Ubu by Alfred Jarry, programme and ticket.

UND/F5/E4/D2   2013
Fountains Theatre Co Programmes:
Much Ado About Nothing by Shakespeare, 13-15 March 2013

Literary and Debating Society
Reference: UND/F5/E5
UND/F5/E5/D1   4 December 1959
Invite to the Visitors' Night Debate.

Grey College Association
Reference: UND/F5/E6
UND/F5/E6/D1   January 2006
Grey Matters Grey College Association Magazine

Photographs
Reference: UND/F5/F
Boat Club
Reference: UND/F5/FB Deposited by Maiden Castle Sports Centre 13 July 2005, Acc No Misc.2005/2006:3.

UND/F5/FB1965   [June] 1965
Senate [winning] crew (IV), outside Dunelm House boat house, in dark vests and white shorts, with 4 blades and the Senate trophy, photo by Fillinghams, identified: A. Henderson, J.A.D. Wesley, F.M.K. Lodge, K.E. Ward, A.C. Sainthill, R.W. Brewer, E. Halladay.

Size: 350 x 205mm (print), 470 x 315mm (mount)
UND/F5/FB1966   [June] 1966
Senate [winning] crew (IV), in a four on the water posed by the landing stage, with the trophy on the landing stage, photo by Fillinghams, identified: bow R.W. Brewer, 2 F.H. Frost, 3 A.C. Sainthill, stroke F.M.K. Lodge, cox P. Lambert, coaches E. Halladay and (absent) A. Henderson.

Size: 350 x 205mm (print), 470 x 315 (mount)
Publications
Reference: UND/F5/G
UND/F5/G1   [1987]
Grey College prospectus, with college officers and fees inserted.

UND/F5/G2   [November 2001]
Girdler Appeal brochure, titled A Celebration & Commemoration of a Life in Science Professor Ronald W. Girdler 1930-2001, setting up a fellowship in Geophysics, including various images and tributes by Victor Watts and Henry Dyson at his funeral on 6 November 2001.

UND/F5/G3   1960 - 1975
Phoenix The Magazine of Grey College, articles, poems, some college news, and addresses, summed up in the 1975 editorial: “a record of some of the things which have been going on this past year and what some of us have to say”. Issues present: No.1 1960, No.2 1961, Vol.3 [1962], 4 1963, 5 1964, 6 1965, Vol.1 No.10 [1969], Vol.62 No.1 [1973] (with a note that there was no issue the previous year), 1975.

Formerly: Per Local PHO
Hatfield Hall/College
Reference: UND/F7
Dates of creation: 1856 - 2007 Hatfield Hall was founded in 1846 as a new development in residential higher education. In contrast to University College, student rooms were let furnished, all meals were taken in hall, expenses were fixed, reasonable and known in advance. Students and staff were regarded as a community, cared for and guided by college officers. After an initial theological emphasis, Hatfield developed more its science and education side in the earlier twentieth century, becoming Hatfield College in 1919. However, it had declined such that by 1926 its bursarial administration was combined with University College, and then even the governing bodies were combined in 1940. The college became fully independent again in 1949 and has flourished since, with a tutorial system being established, facilities provided for a Senior Common Room, sporting prowess especially in rugby, the admission of women, much greater student numbers, a wider range of study courses, and increasingly good academic results.
Principals/master:
1846-1851 Rev David Melville
1851-1852 Rev Dr William George Henderson
1852 Rev Dr Edward Henry Bradby
1853-1854 Rev James Gylby Lonsdale
1854-1859 John Pedder
1859-1876 Rev James Barmby
1876-1883 Rev Dr William Sanday
1883-1897 Rev Dr Archibald Robertson
1897-1922 Prof Frank Byron Jevons
1923-1940 Prof Arthur Robinson
1940-1949 Lt-Col Angus Alexander Macfarlane-Grieve (also master of University College)
1949-1956 Prof Eric Birley
1957-1979 Dr Thomas Anthony Whitworth
1980-1996 Prof James Peden Barber
1996-date Prof Timothy Peter Burt
T.A. Whitworth, Yellow sandstone and mellow brick: an account of Hatfield College, Durham, 1846-1971, (Durham 1971)
W.A. Moyes, Hatfield 1846-1996: a history of Hatfield College in the University of Durham, (Durham 1996)
W.A. Moyes, Class of '46 : a brief study of the Hatfield community in the academic year 1846-1847, - the first year of its existence, and subsequent events, (Durham 2004)
W.A. Moyes, Be The Best You Can Be : a history of sport in Hatfield College, Durham University, (Durham 2007)

Foundation
Reference: UND/F7/A
Annual reports
Reference: UND/F7/A1
UND/F7/A1/1   1949 - 1958
Annual reports for 1948/49, 1949/50 and 1957/58.

Anniversaries
Reference: UND/F7/A2
UND/F7/A2/1   27 - 28 August 1946
Centenary celebrations programmes and dinner menu.

Central Administration
Reference: UND/F7/C
Bursar
Reference: UND/F7/C2
UND/F7/C2/A1   1856 - 1872
Students' account book
Detailing receipts and payments for individual students.
Inserted is a letter from D[avid] Evans about his caution money.

Formerly UND/C1 1972 deposit 9/2.
UND/F7/C2/A2   19 July 1912 - 2 October 1925
Servants' Wages Book
Weekly payments, detailing name, job, age, amount, insurance deduction, next amount payable, and employer's insurance contribution.

Purchased at the Anderson & Garland auction, lot 651 part of the Colin Higgins Collection, 11 March 2009, Acc No Misc.2008/9:91.
UND/F7/C2/A3   1 January 1915 - 31 July 1929
Cash Book
Receipts (especially battels' payments) and expenses (especially salaries), cross-referenced to the ledger and vouchers.

Purchased at the Anderson & Garland auction, lot 651 part of the Colin Higgins Collection, 11 March 2009, Acc No Misc.2008/9:91.
UND/F7/C2/A4   Epiphany 1952
Battels day book, students and high table
Inserted: battels forms listing all students 1951/52 and 1952/53, the former marked up with those receiving their Union subs paid by Durham County Council; list of wines available for purchase by JCR members 10 October 1951.

UND/F7/C2/B1   25 November 2012
Posters for events in Hatfield (dining hall unless otherwise stated):
Durham Philharmonia concert, conductor Oliver Zeffman, 25 November [2012].

UND/F1/C2/B2   6 November 1883
Fire insurance policy with the Manchester Fire Assurance Co.

Chapel
Reference: UND/F7/C3
UND/F7/C3/D1   1949 - 2014
Service papers:
Dedication of the Centenary Memorial Lectern 30 October 1949.
Advent 1958.
Choral evensong 24 May 2013, 25 February 2014.

UND/F7/C3/D1   1952 & 2006
Chapel term cards for Michaelmas 1952 and Michaelmas 2006.

UND/F7/C3/D2   [2012]
Posters for chapel events:
Organ recitals of J.S. Bach's music, 20 January - 9 March [2012].

Plans
Reference: UND/F7/C4
UND/F7/C4/1   March 1931
Plan for [the installation] of electric light over 5 floors, by W.T. Jones architect.

Clubs, Sports and Associations
Reference: UND/F7/E
Senior Common Room
Reference: UND/F7/E1
UND/F7/E1/A1   12 October 1995 - 7 May 1999
SCR minutes, incomplete sequence.

UND/F7/E1/D1   14 May 1951
Hatfield Day invite.

UND/F7/E1/D2   2002/03, 2005/06 & 2006/07
SCR term annual calendars

Chapel Choir
Reference: UND/F7/E2
UND/F7/E2/D1   March - June 2007
Posters advertising:
- for a director of music.
- a concert of Britten folksong arrangements 3 June 2007.
- summer music with Not On Wenlock Edge 4/5 June 2007.

UND/F7/E2/D2   1974
Concert programmes:
Haydn Nelson Mass & Handel Utrecht Jubilate, Durham School Chapel, 6 March 1974.

Hatfield Association
Reference: UND/F7/E3 The Association was formed at the Centenary Celebration in August 1946, with its first AGM being held on 10 April 1947. All college officers and members being eligibile for membership, and with the aims of promoting the interests and maintaining the traditions of the college, keeping former college members in contact with the college and one another, and expressing to the governing body the views of its members on matters of policy. Its functions were to be publishing the Hatfield Record and promoting regional activities. By 2010, the aims had become “to further the dcuational intrestes and welfare of the College, and to support the Hatfield Trust” and added to its functions were organising an annual reunion in Durham, producing annually audited accounts amd nominating an Association representative to College Council. The full constitution is published in Vol.1 No.1 and again in the 2010 edition of the Hatfield Record.

UND/F7/E3/C1   March 1951 - May 1952
Notices of meetings and dinners.

UND/F7/E3/D1   1947 - 2014
Hatfield Record, started in October 1947, it then declared its purpose as being “to chronicle the progress of the College and its present and past members”. By 2010, this entailed reports from the college's principal officers, news of college common rooms, clubs and societies, activities of members past and present, forthcoming events, and minutes of the Association's AGM. It was produced twice a year until 1963, with just an annual issue appearing each autumn from 1964, wth no publication at all for various years in the 1970s and 1980s. Present:
Vol.1, 1947-1953
Vol.2, 1954-1959
Vol.3 Nos.1-13, 1960-1969; No.14, 1973; No.15, 1976
Vol.4 No.1, 1978; No.2, 1980; No.3, 1983; No.4, 1984; No.5, 1988
Vol.5 Nos.1-7 1992-1998
1999-2014

Junior Common Room
Reference: UND/F7/E4
UND/F7/E4/D1   14 May 1949 - 14 May 1955
Hatfield Day invites:
14 May 1949, 14 May 1951, 14 May 1955.

UND/F7/E4/D2   9 November 1949
Other invites:
Dance, 9 November 1949.

UND/F7/E4/D3   [June] 2011
Hatfield College Open Day 2011 information booklet, compiled by the senior open day reps, Rik Coldwell and Becky Palmer.

UND/F7/E4/D4   2001/02
Hatfield 2001-2002 yearbook, with clubs and society reports, photographs of students, mostly at parties, a photo of the JCR Exec, and profiles with photos of graduates.

Formerly: Per Local HAT
UND/F7/E4/D5    December 1944, May 1945, March 1946, March 1947
The Hatfield Magazine, comprising articles, college news, and a crossword puzzle. Nos.1 - 4 only produced. It was agreed to merge it with the Hatfield Record in 1947 for which the JCR would provide an assistant editor to cover its affairs and interests.

Choral Society
Reference: UND/F7/E5
UND/F7/E5/D1   9 March 1951
Concert invite.

Musical Society
Reference: UND/F7/E6
UND/F7/E6/D1   6 March 1952
Concert invite.

UND/F7/E6/D2   1975 - 1977
Concert programmes:
Fauré's Requiem & Handel anthems, Durham School Chapel, 26 February 1975.
Britten St Nicholas & Handel anthems, Durham School Chapel, 25 February 1976.
Mozart Requiem & Handel Organ Concerto, Durham School Chapel, 9 March 1977.

Literary and Debating Society
Reference: UND/F7/E7
UND/F7/E7/D1   2 March 1949
Visitors' night debate invite.

Hatfield Lion Theatre Company
Reference: UND/F7/E8
UND/F7/E8/D1   2009
Posters:
Chatroom, by Edna Walsh, 12/13 December 2009.

Hatfield College Trust
Reference: UND/F7/E9
UND/F7/E9/A1   2009
Annual Report 2008-2009

UND/F7/E9/D1   March 2001
Newsletter, Vol.1 Issue 1 only.

Formerly: Per Local HAT
Photographs
Reference: UND/F7/F
College groups
Reference: UND/F7/FA
Dates of creation: 1933 - 1962
UND/F7/FA1933   1933
Hatfield college group
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and mortar boards, outside ?D staircase, by John R. Edis, titled with university and college arms. Staff, in the middle of the seated row: Helsby, A.A. Macfarlane Grieve, Pace, A. Robinson, B. Colgrave, Wright.

Size: 405 x 305mm
Formerly: Misc Photos +PH 3/B/3.
Detail printed in W.A. Moyes, Hatfield 1846-1996 (Durham 1996), p.144.
UND/F7/FA1962   1962
Hatfield college group
Senior and junior members, in suits, jackets, blazers, and gowns, in the tennis court, by John R. Edis, titled with the university and college arms.

Size: 500 x 250mm
Formerly: Misc Photos +PH 3/B/5.
Cricket Teams
Reference: UND/F7/FB
UND/F7/FB1910   [June] 1910
Hatfield Hall cricket XI, in front of a partly ivyclad wall, in blazers, whites, and boots, with scarves/cravats/ties, one in a white coat, titled with the hall and university arms, by John R. Edis, identified: W.D. Hasell, E.R. Rees, G.G. Hickman, C.R. Appleton, C.A. Viner, G.O. Powell, W.A. Surtees, J. Scougal, J.R.A. Godfrey, A. Whitehead. C.H. Hutchinson, W.H.E. Moore, W. Horn.

Size: 235 x 290mm (print), 390 x 500mm (mount)
Bought a Wooler antiques dealer 25 April 2013, Acc No Misc.2012/13:64.
Buildings
Reference: UND/F7/FY
UND/F7/FY1   18 May 1904
SE view of the quadrangle showing C stairs, the domestic block, A and B stairs, and the tennis court. Date on the postmark. Copy made May 2011.

UND/F7/FY2   [c.1910]
SW view of the quadrangle showing C stairs, the domestic block, A and B stairs, and the tennis court. By Photochrom Co Ltd, no.4784. Copy made May 2011.

UND/F7/FY3   1923/24
SW view of the quadrangle showing the domestic block, A and B stairs, and the end of St Mary-le-Bow. Frith no.74099. Copy made May 2011.

Publications
Reference: UND/F7/G
UND/F7/G1   [c.1950] - [c.2005]
Hatfield College Prospectus [c.1950], [c.1981], [1982], [c.1985], [c.1995], [c.2005]

UND/F7/G2   [c.1950]
Hatfield College, Durham, regulations, with pencil annotations including that they are now for University COllege

UND/F7/G3   
Reuse

UND/F7/G4   November 2000
Who's Who in Hatfield, including biographies and images, in 3 parts: 1 Officers, Governing Body, Fellows, Trustees & Senior Common Room; 2 Tutors, Middle Common Room, Junior Common Room; 3 Administrative, Secretarial & Library Staff, Catering & Housekeeping Staff, Porters, Gardeneer, Bar Manager, Hatfield Association Executive & Supporters, Hatfield Trust.

UND/F7/G5   1982
Prism, a student magazine of political articles with a university outlook, though financed by Hatfield JCR and edited by James Doyle and then Mark Greaves, both of Hatfield. Issues present: No.1 29 January 1982, Vol.1 No.2 [Summer 1982].

Formerly: Per Local PRI
Deposits
Reference: UND/F7/H
Peter Wildman photographs
Reference: UND/F7/H1
Dates of creation: 1956 - 1961 Given by Peter Wildman (Hatfield 1955-1961) 5 & 26 September 2008, Misc Acc 2008/9:15&23.

UND/F7/H1/1-2   ?1954
Hatfield Day: various characters on the tennis court.

UND/F7/H1/3   ?1956
Hatfield Day: Graham Burbridge, Hatfield senior man, being soaked by the sploosh machine.

UND/F7/H1/4-5   ?1958
Hatfield Day: exercise class and the sploosh machine set up.

UND/F7/H1/6-15   ?1959
Hatfield Day:
6&7. Quinqueremes battling on the Wear.
8&9. Fashion show (Dave Buxton in 8).
10-12. Students in whites with scarves as belts, performing in effect a skit on sword-dancing, [in the rain].
13. Two students about to fence.
14. Man in black tie and top hat, holding fencing blades, “opening ceremony” .
15. City gent with bowler hat, briefcase and umbrella, inspecting 3 variously dressed soldiers.

UND/F7/H1/16-26   [1959]
Hatfield Day:
16&17. “Opening ceremony”, students dressed as ?Africans with a dustbin lid and a banner saying “A stairs dit non à Whitawbu” .
18. “Opening ceremony”, Dr T. Whitworth in tweed suit with plus fours, flat cap and a shooting stick.
19-21. Male students dressed and dancing as ballerinas on stage.
22-25. Man in swimming trunks, besmirched with ?camouflage cream, descending a death slide and being hosed down.
26. Gladiatorial battle between the senior man (Brian Shillaker) with helmet, shield and sword, and the JCR secretary (Chris Gant) with net and trident.

UND/F7/H1/27-30   1961
Hatfield Day:
27-29. “Opening ceremony”, visit of Soviet leaders, including Terry Abrahams.
30. Scene with soldiers seizing ?an Afro-Caribbean, in a card folder.

UND/F7/H1/31   [1956 x 1961]
Hatfield Day: “opening ceremony”, clergyman leading protestors with placards.

UND/F7/H1/32-34   [1956 x 1961]
Hatfield Day: Dr T. Whitworth in running kit with shooting stick, breasting the finishing tape, at the finish, and with Roy Hudleston and I.C.R. Byatt.

UND/F7/H1/35&36   [1956 x 1961]
5 students painting a room ceiling holding full beer tankards, and playing cards.

UND/F7/H1/37   [1956 x 1961]
David Buxton in shirt sleeves and tie, with cigarette, seated at the tea table.

UND/F7/H1/38   1958
View from [Peter Wildman's] 3rd year room in Hatfield, E105, of 2 students playing croquet in the garden.

UND/F7/H1/39   1958
Hatfield College, Jevons House (demolished 1970s).

UND/F7/H1/40   ?1957
Students gathered round Palace Green notice boards ?looking for exam results.

UND/F7/H1/41   1958
Physicists on Palace Green after the final exam in jackets, ties and gowns: Eric Shinn, William Roe, Barry Crawford, Peter Wildman, John Mason, Peter Hayman, David Charlton, David Moore.

UND/F7/H1/42   1958
Hatfield physics graduates (9) in academic robes on Palace Green at graduation.

UND/F7/H1/43-44   1958
Hatfield botany and others graduates (5) in academic robes on Palace Green at graduation: Derek Minter, Morris Grindle, Alan Ritson [zoology], John Freer, Alan McKeag [general].

UND/F7/H1/45-46   ?1960
Durham Castle courtyard, Durham University Drama Society performing Macbeth on the steps of the Great Hall. By Durham Advertiser.

UND/F7/H1/47-52   [1956 x 1961]
Views of Durham:
47. Cathedral and castle from Framwellgate Peth area.
48. Wear, bandstand, old racecourse with cathedral and castle beyond..
49. “New” History Dept from Hatfield.
50. Owengate, towards Palace Green.
51. Saddler St towards the Market Place.
52. The deanery and cathedral from The College.

UND/F7/H1/53   [1956 x 1961]
Durham miners' gala, bands, Durham Miners Association banner, women, walking along Hallgarth past T. Coates and Sons builders.

Brian Shillaker Notes & Photographs
Reference: UND/F7/H2
Notes of his lectures and practicals as a Chemistry undergraduate, along with photographs of him as a student at work and graduating, with others, and also returning to reunions.
Brian Shillaker studied chemistry as a student at Hatfield, matriculating in 1953, graduating BSc (Hons) in 1956 and then PhD in 1959, and also being Senior Man of the college in 1959.
Given by Brian Shillaker, 20 November 2009, Acc No Misc.2009/10:76, and (38-40) 14 December 2011, Acc No Misc.2011/12:24.

UND/F7/H2/1   1953
1st year Physics Practicals note book, with a list of contents at the front

UND/F7/H2/2   1953
1st year Chemistry Practicals note book

UND/F7/H2/3   1953 - 1956
Honours Chemistry Lectures notes

UND/F7/H2/4   1954
2nd year Honours Chemistry Practicals notes, covering Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis

UND/F7/H2/5   April 1955 & April 1956
Collections exam papers for Honours Chemistry, including language tests in French and German

UND/F7/H2/6   1956
Group of 3 3H Chemistry students in the lab: Peter Johncock, Brian Shillaker and Thomas Holmes. By Richard Chambers.

UND/F7/H2/7   1956
Brian Shillaker, in cardigan and tie, using a thermostat in the Chemistry lab, rows of bottles beyond. By Richard Chambers.

UND/F7/H2/8   1953 - 1956
List of 2H and 3H Chemistry students, and the staff.

UND/F7/H2/9   1953 - 1956
List of text books used for his Honours Chemistry course.

UND/F7/H2/10   [29 June] 1956
Graduation Day, 5 Hatfield men in academic dress, outside the University Library on Palace Green: Barry Laidler, Mike Bywater, George Calvin, Brian Shillaker, Ian Nichol.

UND/F7/H2/11   29 June 1956
Graduation Day, graduates (c.50) in academic dress on the Castle Great Hall steps. By The Northern Echo.

UND/F7/H2/12   1958
Hatfield Day, Prof W.B. Fisher, vice-master, in top hat and fur, opening it, supported by Roy Hudleston, bursar, and others.

UND/F7/H2/13   1957
Hatfield Day joust, JCR president against the secretary, with lances, bin lids and fencing helmets, on the backs of three others.

UND/F7/H2/14   1958
Hatfield Day joust, individual on the backs of three others, crowd beyond.

UND/F7/H2/15-16   1958
Hatfield Day sword dancing, men in white shirts and trousers, with college scarves as belts, performing a skit.

UND/F7/H2/17-21   1959
Hatfield Day, gladiatorial duel between the JCR president (Brian Shillaker, with helmet, sword and shield) and the secretary (Chris Gant, with net and trident), also with lavatory brushes and chamber pots, in the pond, and having a drinks break.

UND/F7/H2/22   [1950s]
Science Laboratories aerial view, showing Science (Dawson in 2009) building, huts beyond and in front, Geography Building and Applebey Lecture Theatre, gardens in front, allotments beyond, and Stockton Road/South Road cross-roads.

UND/F7/H2/23-24   7 & 22 March 1966
Copy letters from I.L. Legeza, assistant librarian at the DU library, to Dr Shillaker about permission for the microfilming of his PhD thesis “Solvolytic studies of benzyl halides” for the Library of the Institute of Scientific and Technical Information of China in Peking.

UND/F7/H2/25-26   1981
Hatfield Association Reunion, Prof Eric Birley, former master, lecturing at a misty Vindolanda.

UND/F7/H2/27-28   14 April 2007
Hatfield Senior Men reunion, outside staircase G, present: G: Alan Willey, Dick Abram, Mike Nicholls, Graham Burbridge, Brian Shillaker, Bill Ward, Peter Woodhouse, Jonathan Young, Roger Hooley, Bill Oxley, Geoff Ellis, Tom Barton, Paul Taylor, Dominc Hayes, Adam Williams, Samantha Mowbray, Carwyn Cox, Andrew Unterhalter, Pippa Grey, James Hutchison, Lorna Noble.

UND/F7/H2/29-31   9 September 2007
University 175th anniversary celebratory lunch in a marquee on Palace Green, Chancellor Bill Bryson speaking (in 2) and part of an exhibition (in 1)

UND/F7/H2/32   [2009]
“Gowns at Durham 1953”, reminiscences on the occasions when Durham students had to wear gowns.

UND/F7/H2/33   June 1956
BSc thesis: “Hydrolysis of Dichlorodiphenylmethane Mass Law and Ionic Strength Effects”. Photocopy.

UND/F7/H2/34   [c.1910]
Hatfield Hall showing the tennis court and cottages (demolished for the gatehouse in the 1960s) with the cathedral beyond and a student in mortar board in the foreground. By [Photochrom Co Ltd], no.4783.

UND/F7/H2/35   [c.1937]
Hatfield College A,B,C and D stairs. By J.R. Edis.

UND/F7/H2/36   [c.1937]
Hatfield College, Jevons House, with tennis court in front. By W.A. Bramwell.

UND/F7/H2/37   [c.1937]
Durham Science Laboratories, single storey building (including 1931 extension to the original 1924 building) with a curved drive and gardens.

UND/F7/H2/38   [?1916]
The Quadrangle, Hatfiled Hall, showing the tennis court, buildings and cathedral beyond.

UND/F7/H2/39   [3 May 1913]
Academic procession in the Castle courtyard for the installation of the chancellor, by Fillinghams.

Original: MIA 1/135.
UND/F7/H2/40   [c.1915]
Looking up Bow Lane to the cathedral showing Hatfield rectory, by R. Johnston & Son of Gateshead in their Monarch Series, No.2785.

Artefacts
Reference: UND/F7/I
UND/F7/I1   [1955]
Hatfield College blazer with the college arms on the breast pocket, owned by Peter Wildman (Hatfield 1955-1961), sold by Gray and Son of Durham.

UND/F7/I2   [?c.1920]
Hatfield College [Lawn Tennis Club] blazer badge, owned by [William V. Walmsley (Hatfield 1910-1912)].

Size: 140 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:

John Snow College was established 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.

Societies and Clubs
Reference: UND/F20/E
JCR
Reference: UND/F20/E1
Publications
Reference: UND/F20/E1/D
UND/F20/E1/D1   2004
Freshers Handbook, detailing college and JCR officers, frequently asked questions, activities etc.

MCR
Reference: UND/F20/E2
SCR
Reference: UND/F20/E3
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.

Publications and Printed Ephemera
Reference: UND/F20/G
UND/F20/G1   [c.2010]
John Snow College prospectus

Josephine Butler College
Reference: UND/F15
Dates of creation: 2008 - 2009
Academic
Reference: UND/F15/D
Lectures
Reference: UND/F15/D1
UND/F15/D1/1   2008 - 2011
Lecture series posters.

Students
Reference: UND/F15/D2
UND/F15/D2/1   [October 2012]
Freshers' welcome pack, including letters from the principal and JCR president, registration and medical information, and a postgraduate guide.

Associations, Clubs and Societies
Reference: UND/F15/E
Middle Common Room (MCR)
Reference: UND/F15/E2
UND/F15/E2/D1   [October 2012]
MCR list of events for Michaelmas Term [2012].

Publications
Reference: UND/F15/G
UND/F15/G1   2006/07, 2007/08, 2012/13
Josephine Butler College Handbook

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.

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/FA1944   [?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 one Maureen Trevaskis (later Mrs Morrow) is identified.

Size: 80/85 x 130/140mm
Given by Jim Morrow, son of Mauren Morrow, 24 May 2014.
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.

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.

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.

Size: 1220 x 285mm
St Aidan's Society/College
Reference: UND/F13
Dates of creation: 1949 - 2007 Two female home students living in the city of Durham were first admitted to the university in January 1897. Such home students continued as a small element in the university, on occasion totalling less than 10 between the wars. They were administered by a censor and had a common room at the top of the Durham Woemn's Union Society premsies in 44 North Bailey. Numbers grew rapidly after 1945 and were no longer home students, being from all over the country. St Aidan's Society was formed in 1947 with Miss Scott as its first principal. As well as various lodgings, accommodation was provided in Shincliffe Hall from 1947 and also in 24 and 26 North Bailey from 1955 when th eprincipal moved to the North Bailey and a vice-principl was appointed to take charge at Shincliffe. The Society became a college in 1961 in anticipation of a purpose-built home, which was built on Windmill Hill to the design of Sir Basil Spence. It was occupied from October 1964, when resident tutors were appointed, and officially opened in June 1966. The college became mixed in October 1981.
Heads of house
Miss Ethleen M. Scott, censor of Home Students 1943-1947, principal 1947-1963
Dame Enid Russell-Smith, principal 1963-1970
Miss Irene Hindmarsh, principal 1970-1987
Dr Peter H. Clarke, principal 1988-1990
Mr Eric Halladay, rector 1990-1991
Mr Robert Williams, principal 1991-1997
Dr Alan Yarwood, acting principal 1996-1997
Mr John S. Ashworth, principal 1998-2007
Dr Susan F. Frenk, principal 2007-
Graham E. Rodmell, St Aidan's: from Home Students to Society to College, (Durham 1997)

Foundation and Anniversaries
Reference: UND/F13/A
UND/F13/A1/1   November 1964 - June 1966
Opening ceremony of the new college buildings 18 June 1966, including correspondence about who might perform the ceremony (the Speaker of the House of Commons carried it out), preparations, programmes, timetables, seating plans, guest lists, press notice, railway map of the North East, plan of the city of Durham and a University Bus Service timetable.

UND/F13/A1/2   1962 - 1966
Scrapbook/album of the opening of the college:
1. History of the college, 1f.
2. View of Shincliffe Hall and gardens, BW print. 2 copies.
3. Shincliffe Hall common room interior.
4. Shincliffe Hall library interior, BW print.
5. 24 North Bailey entrance hall and staircase, BW print.
6. 26 North Bailey twin bedroom, BW print.
7. 24 North Bailey junior common room, fireplace with 3 students sitting, BW print.
8. 24 North Bailey dining room, BW print.
9. 24 North Bailey history by C.R. Hudleston, April 1965, 2f.
10. Miss E.M. Scott cutting the first sod for the new building, viewed by Rev R.J.W. Bevan (treasurer), Rev R.P. McDermott, Prof Offler, Mr G. Cooke, Mrs Blyth, Mr Collard, Miss E.M. Sladden, Mrs Whitehouse, Mrs Bromhead, Mrs Laybourne, Sir Derman Christopherson (warden), Mr Bain (contractors' rep), Col Eley, 21 December 1962, 1 BW print and 1 colour print.
11. 2 newspaper cuttings of the new college being built, Evening Chronicle 19 September 1963 and Sunderland Echo 15 May 1964, 2f.
12. Newspaper cutting of the new building showing its dining hall interior, Palatinate 30 October 1964, with a dissenting letter, 7f.
13. Newspaper cutting of the new building showing its dining hall interior, Heather Tolliday's room and Basil Spence's overall plan, The Northern Echo, 16 November 1964, 1f.
14. Newspaper cutting of the new building showing the JCR and entrance hall, The Northern Echo, 16 November 1964, 1f.
15. Newspaper cutting of an aerial view of the Hill colleges, [1964], 1f.
16. Dining Hall interior with students and staff at dinner, 25 January 1965, BW print.
17. Newspaper cutting of the curved wing exterior, The Sunderland Echo Supplement, 29 June 1965, 1f.
18. Newspaper cutting of the dining hall exterior, Durham County Advertiser, 17 June 1965.
19. Dining Hall exterior from the garden side [c.1965], BW print.
20. Dining Hall exterior from the filed side [c.1965], BW print.
21. View of the college from the garden side [c.1965], BW print.
22. Curved wing exterior [c.1965], BW print.
23. Mr L. Griffiths planting a carboy garden for the hallway wayched by students V. Tyler and K. Chapman, with a newspaper cutting, BW print + 1f.
24. Christmas card from Enid Russell-Smith with a view of the principal's flat interior, dining hall interior with students, and a view of the college across a part-harvested cornfiled, [1965], 3 colour prints.
25. Dining Hall exterior from the field side, June 1966, BW print.
26. Dining Hall exterior from the garden side, June 1966, BW print.
27. Opening cermeony programme, 18 June 1966, 2f.
28. Invite to the opening ceremony and the Moonlight Ball, 18 June 1966, 1f & 2f.
29. Signed copy photo of Horace King in his robes as Speaker of the House of Commons, 1f.
30. Newspaper cuttings of Horace King at the opening having tea with students E. Herrington and R. Storrie, and lecturer C. Kahtan, The Northern Echo, 20 June 1966, 3f.
31. Newspaper cuttings of Horace King and Dame Enid Russell-Smith outside the college, 2f.
32. Newspaper cutting of Horace King with students A. Morreau, L. Nisbet, S. Kemp (St Mary's College), A. Robinson, D. Walker and S. Devanney, by the pond, Durham County Advertiser, 24 June 1966, 2f.
33. Newspaper cutting of Horace King playing the piano being watched by Clare Ewbank, Lesley Smith and Barbara Pope.
34. Dining Hall interior, with students, presented by Mr Bell contractor clerk of works, [1966], colour print.
35. Thank you letter from Horace King to Enid Russell-Smith, 21 June 1966, 1f.
36. Thank you letter from Lord Maybray-King to Irene Hindmarsh, 9 March 1971, 1f.
37. Photo of a pencil sketch of Elvet Hill House and Windmill Hill c.1840, BW print.
38. Opening ceremony speech of Sir Derman Christopherson, 18 June 1966, 2f.
39. Opening ceremony speech of Horace King, with a covering letter, 18 June 1966, 13f.
40. Opening ceremony speech of Dame Enid Russell-Smith, 18 June 1966, 3f.
41. Honorary degree oration for Horace King by W.A. Prowse, with a covering letter, 20 June 1966, 3f.
42. Printed appreciation of Victoria Florence King OBE [1896/7-1966], [1st] wife of Horace King, including 2 photos, 6f.

UND/F13/A2/1   1947 - 1997
50th anniversary celebrations 28 June 1997 photos:
1-4,89. Mrs Isobel Manning (nee Horton 1947-1950) planting a memorial tree, flanked by Alan Yarwood vice-principal and Bob WIlliams principal, with brollies, and with other ladies looking on.
5-11. Graham Rodmell speaking after lunch at a lectern in the JCR on writing the History, and being introduced by the principal Bob WIlliams.
12. Group of former 1950s students: Olwen Morton (nee Gabbott 1953-1957), Ann Eustace (nee Wilcox 1956-1960), Diana Strode (nee Wells 1958-1961), Sheial Pethen (nee King 1958-1961), Belinda Wirsbitzki (nee Dickinson 1958-1962), Joyce Winn (nee Goult 1958-1962), Marion Seaman (ne Bennett 1958-1962), Mary Humphreys (nee Wood 1954-1957), Catherine Reeve (nee Gregson 1955-1958), Margaret Glover (nee Waller 1957-1961), Doreen Bailey (nee Wilson 1955-1959), Penelope Davies ( “Percy” 1954-1958), Margaret Currant (1954-1958), Janet Jacobsen (nee Birch 1955-1958), Janice Hobday (1956-1960), Sheila Charlton (nee Flanagan 1956-1060), Angela Crossfield (1955-1959).
13. Group of former 1960s students.
14-22. Informal grups, having tea and coffee, looking at photos, in the dining hall, and at the bar.
23. Twin sisters Christine and Margaret Cadman (1977-1980).
24-25. More informal groups, and some children.
26. Marie and Edith (staff) tidying up in the dining hall.
27-28. Dinner in the evening with Isobal Manning giving the speech.
29-33. Children.
34. Athena Caldwell (nee Clark), Ann Eustace (nee Wilcox) and Janice Hobday, who all shared the same Shincliffe room as freshers in 1956.
35. Jane Thrasher (nee Ambler 1980-1983) with her daughter Katy (b April 1997) beside the anniversary tree.
Gala dinner 2 July 1997.
36-50. Sir Peter Ustinov chancellor with Bob Williams principal, Graham Rodmell and others, in black tie and admiring the History of the COllege.
51-52. Ustinov with Julia Knowles (nee Tait 1972-1976).
53. The dinner.
54-55. Shincliffe Room exhibition: Claudia Temple (1992-1995) with her mother Hilary (nee Pountain 1962-1965), and a man.
Photos for the History of the College, not all used.
56-58. Exterior views of Shincliffe Hall.
59-60. 24 & 26 North Bailey exteriors.
61-67. New college buildings exteriors.
68-69. Sir Peter Ustinov opening the Lindisfarne Centre 1992.
70. North Bailey house JCR interior.
71-73 College interiors: JCR, dining hall empty and formal dinner.
74. Lindisfarne building exterior.
75. Proposed chapel drawing.
76. Rag float “Ideal Homes” 1947, LtoR: Sheila Walker, Elisabeth Read (Mrs Page), Doreen Moores (Mrs Gregory), Yolande Cross (Mrs Keighley), Lindsay McNeill (Mrs Usher), Joyce Yerrish (who supplied the photo).
77. Rag float “Cigareets and' Whusky” 1948/9, LtoR: Chris Gibbs (Mrs Wardley), Elisabeth Blake (Mme Espitalié), Rosemary Quinlan, Jill Percy, Margaret Hadley, Lindsay McNeill (Mrs Usher who supplied the photo), Murial Hall (Mrs East).)
78. Arrival of George Trevelyan at Durham station for his installation as chancellor, Isobel Manning (nee Horton) 3rd from the left next to Howard Phelps.
79. Students outside the library on Palace Green, Margaret Jackman (Mrs Sexton) in a St Aidan's blazer, Eileen Knowles (Dr Polding, supplied the photo) 2nd from the right, 1952, used for Freshers Conference cover.
80. CND sitdown on Palace Green 1962/3, supplied by Rowena Collins (Mrs Quantrill).
81. Before/after an ?honorary degree ceremony featuring James Duff (in his Lord LIeutenant's uniform) and ?his sister Hester, with two unidentified academics.
82. Student march against fees increases etc, with banners up North Road past the bus station (1960s).
83. Formal dinner outside in the Market Place for Rag Week 1963.
84. A sitting room interior.
85. A dining room interior ?at Shincliffe.
86. Entrance hall and staircase at ?North Bailey.
87. Aerial view of Shincliffe Hall.
88. Aerial view of St Aidan's College.

UND/F13/A2/2   2 July 1997
Gala Dinner menu, 2 copies

UND/F13/A2/3   29 June 1997
Anniversary Book, with names of former members, with their maiden names and years at St Aidan's, with comments.

UND/F13/A2/4   28 June 1997
Photos taken at the 50th anniversary celebrations:
1-6. Graham Rodmell's talk about the History, introduced by the principal Bob Williams, identified in 4: Thea Burders nee Megoran 1960-63; Fiona Cobb nee Matthison 1960-63; Carol Moore nee Bye 1960-63; Barbara Carter 1960-63.
7-10. Isobel Manning planting a tree in the rain.
11-22. Groups of alumnae conversing, identified: 11 Diana Strode nee Wells 1958-61; 12 Marie Johnson 1973-76, Sue Sandham nee Kennedy 1972-76; 13 Janet Jacobsen nee Birch 1955-58; 14 Muriel East nee Hall 1948-52; 15 Sheila Charlton nee Flanagan 1956-60; 16 Helena Wright nee Lund 1948-51; 17 Patricia Vale nee Rowe 1946-50, Ann Gelston nee Tombling 1947-51; 18 Isobel Manning nee Horton 1947-50; 19 Jim and Elizabeth Swift at sales table; 20 Isobel Manning nee Horton 1947-50; 21 & 22 Lesley Harding nee Forbes 1961-64, Barbara Carter 1960-63, Carol Moore nee Bye 1960-63, Barbara Lankester nee Rampley 1960-63, Clare Dawes nee Beardsworth 1960-63, Sarah Thierens nee Lidell 1961-64, Thea Burders nee Megoran 1960-63, Fiona Cob nee Matthison 1960-63.
23-36. Further groups of alumnae, conversing, and at lunch/dinner, unidentified.

Size: 150 x 200mm
UND/F13/A3   1949 - 2008
Annual reports: 1948/49, 1949/50, 1957/58, 1999/2000, 2004/05 (with performance indicator statistics), 2007/08

UND/F13/A4   [c.1995]
The crest of St Aidan's Society, as awarded in 1957

Size: 215 x 150mm
Original grant of arms: UND/AA5.
Governance
Reference: UND/F13/B
Governing Body/Council
Reference: UND/F13/BA The first meeting of the Society's Governing Body was on 27 May 1948. It became Council on 27 November 2002.

UND/F13/BA1   27 May 1948 - 10 November 1952
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, including annual reports and accounts, with also some sub-committee minutes and agendas.

UND/F13/BA2   23 February 1953 - 11 November 1957
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, including annual reports and accounts, with also some sub-committee minutes and agendas.

UND/F13/BA3   24 February 1958 - 11 November 1963
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, including annual reports and accounts, with also some sub-committee minutes and agendas.

UND/F13/BA4   17 February 1964 - 14 October 1968
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, including annual reports and accounts, with also some sub-committee minutes and agendas.

UND/F13/BA5   15 February 1969 - 9 October 1972
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, including annual reports and accounts, with also some sub-committee minutes and agendas.

UND/F13/BA6   19 February 1973 - 25 October 1976
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, including annual reports and accounts, with also some sub-committee minutes and agendas.

UND/F13/BA7   14 February 1977 - 13 May 1980
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, including annual reports and accounts, with also some sub-committee minutes and agendas.

UND/F13/BA8   28 October 1980 - 22 May 1984
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, including annual reports and accounts, with also Finance and Economies sub-committee minutes and agendas.

UND/F13/BA9   30 October 1984 - 20 May 1986
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, including annual reports and accounts, with Finance sub-committee minutes and agendas, and correspondence.

UND/F13/BA10   28 October 1986 - 16 May 1989
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, including annual accounts, with Finance sub-committee minutes and agendas, and correspondence.

UND/F13/BA11   31 October 1989 - 14 May 1991
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, including annual accounts, with Finance sub-committee minutes and agendas.

UND/F13/BA12   29 October 1991 - 16 May 1995
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, including annual accounts, with Finance sub-committee minutes and agendas.

UND/F13/BA13   24 October 1995 - 19 May 1998
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, including annual accounts, with Finance sub-committee minutes and agendas.

UND/F13/BA14   11 November 1998 - 26 May 1999
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, including annual reports and accounts, with Finance and other sub-committee minutes.

UND/F13/BA15   10 November 1999 - 31 May 2000
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, including annual reports and accounts, with Finance and other sub-committee minutes.

UND/F13/BA16   8 November 2000 - 23 May 2001
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, including annual reports and accounts, with Finance and other sub-committee minutes.

UND/F13/BA17   28 November 2001 - 19 June 2002
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, including annual reports and accounts, with Finance and other sub-committee minutes.

UND/F13/BA18   27 November 2002 - 25 June 2003
Council minutes, agendas and papers, including annual reports and accounts, with Finance and other sub-committee minutes.

UND/F13/BA19   3 December 2003 - 23 June 2004
Council minutes, agendas and papers, including annual reports and accounts, with Finance and other sub-committee minutes.

UND/F13/BA20   1 December 2004 - 22 June 2005
Council minutes, agendas and papers, including annual reports and accounts, with Finance and other sub-committee minutes.

UND/F13/BA21   30 November 2005 - 21 June 2006
Council minutes, agendas and papers, including annual reports and accounts, with Finance and other sub-committee minutes.

UND/F13/BA22   5 December 2006 - 20 June 2007
Council minutes, agendas and papers, including annual reports and accounts, with Finance and other sub-committee minutes.

UND/F13/BA23   March 2011
Council agenda.

Governing Body Sub-Committee
Reference: UND/F13/BB
UND/F13/BB1   February - June 1990
Sub-committee minutes, reports, submissions and correspondence.

Closed; review in 2020.
Tutors' Meetings
Reference: UND/F13/BC
UND/F13/BC1   February 2001 - May 2003
Tutors' meetings minutes and agendas, with correspondence, papers and guidelines.

UND/F13/BC2   May 2003 - June 2005
Tutors' meetings minutes and agendas, with correspondence, reports, student surveys, drafts, guidelines for tutors, presentations, lists of tutees, tutors' reports.

House Committee
Reference: UND/F13/BD
UND/F13/BD1   1967 - 1970
Papers re a committee of JCR and governing body representatives, including the constitution and standing orders of the JCR, and papers on student membership of Van Mildert governing body, and a copy of the “University of Keele Report of the Exploratory Committee to the Senate ("Hawthorn Experiment")”, with some papers re a questionnaire on the college going mixed.

UND/F13/BD2   1973 - 1975
House Committee sub-committee papers re visiting hours and first year room allocations, including regulations 1973 and 1975 and a JCR questionnaire.

UND/F13/BD3   December 1981 - June 1991
Minutes and some papers, including provisions for dealing with strike action in 1984, of an Economics Committee (c.1981-1982), Working Meetings of Staff Representatives (1982-1984) and a House Committee (1985-1991).

UND/F13/BD4   October 2002 - October 2003
Senior Residents Meeting minutes, dealing with the regular administration of college life, such as washing machines, breakfast queues, fire alarms, bins, furniture, JCR events and speed bumps.

Finance Committee
Reference: UND/F13/BE
UND/F13/BE1   February 2005
Finance committee agenda and papers.

Administration
Reference: UND/F13/C
Principal
Reference: UND/F13/C1
Ethleen Scott (1943-1963)
Reference: UND/F13/C1/A
UND/F13/C1/A1   May 1948 - July 1963
Governing Body correspondence, especially with the treasurer and secretary of Durham Colleges.

UND/F13/C1/A2   1947, 1951, 1962
Information for new students.

Enid Russell-Smith
Reference: UND/F13/C1/B Correspondence of Dame Enid Russell-Smith as principal is in ERS/1-2.

UND/F13/C1/B1   October 1963 - August 1970
Governing Body, including correspondence, especially re membership and forthcoming meetings, also some standing orders and accounts.

UND/F13/C1/B2   1963 - 1969
Freshers' Conference correspondence, including arrangements for a dance and representatives staying in college, with also the text of a “Talk to Freshers” by Enid Russell-Smith, amended and updated each year, and two copies of Say "Thank You" A Guide for Freshmen by a donnish blue stocking, 2nd edition (1955) for Cambridge freshers, with one copy marked Not to be take away and evidently meant for consultation.

UND/F13/C1/B3   March 1964 - December 1969
College regulations and household arrangements, including correspondence and drafts, also covering keys and late leave, and with a list of porter's duties.

UNF/F13/C1/B4   January 1960 - June 1968
Chapel fund, correspondence, appeals and estimates re building up a fund to provide for a chapel for the college (the UGC grant for the building of the college would not cover a chapel) and its equipping, including programmes and a poster for a series of fund-raising concerts 1963-1964, and a series of printed prospectuses of the organ-builders Rushworth & Dreaper for their organs at: Crossways Tabernacle, Bristol; Guildford Cathedral; Christ's Hospital, Horsham; St Ambrose Catholic Church, Speke, Liverpool; Royal Military Memorial Chapel, Sandhurst; St Andrew's Church, Plymouth; Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool; the Ardeton model organ.

UNF/F13/C1/B5   December 1959 - March 1975
Chapel Fund cash book.

UND/F13/C1/B6   June 1964 - September 1971
Chapel, correspondence re the appointments of accompanists and choir mistresses, kneelers and graces.

UND/F13/C1/B7   October 1961 - November 1975
New building, minutes and papers of the committee/sub-committee with correspondence and occasional plans, for the new building, subsequent snagging and modifications, involving the university's Buildings Officer (Elvey/Longbottom/Collard) and the architects Basil Spence and partners.

UND/F13/C1/B8   1964 - 1965
Fitting out and snagging lists for the various rooms in the new building, including the principal's flat, and also a description of the grounds.

UND/F13/C1/B9   [1962 - 1963]
Committee on the principalship of St Aidan's, extracts from [by Graham Rodmell c.1995].

Irene Hindmarsh (1970-1987)
Reference: UND/F13/C
UND/F13/C1/C1   August 1979 - December 1980
Appeals for funds for a new extension.

UND/F13/C1/C2   October 1985 - January 1987
Miss Ethleen Scott, correspondence re bequests in her will, arrangements for her memorial service (in Durham Cathedral, 19 April 1986), and money raised for a Library Shelf Project in her memory

UND/F13/C1/C3   August - October 1974
Boiler conversion, correspondence re changing it to gas.

UND/F13/C1/C4   June 1974 - August 1977
Stolen picture insurance claim, corespondence and solicitors' bills over the dispute between Mr and Mrs Trench and Irene Hindmarsh over the insurance valuation of their picture by Eagle Star, th epicture having been loaned to the college in 1966 and stolen in 1974, and resulting in a court case.

UND/F13/C1/C5   October 1970 - May 1981
Governing body, correspondence and papers re matters raised, incluidng the principal's house, college finances, bolier conversion to gas and heating problems, student respresentation, building projects and the college laundry.

UND/F13/F1/C6   February 1979 - June 1992
Circulars and notices to students from the principal re: ultra vires payments atatement from DSU, arrangements for using University College boat house, college courses, excessive noise, evictions of students with a tenancy agreement, recruitment of overseas students, student loans (correspondence with the Department of Education and Science), fire precautions, living out code of conduct, formals, damage to rooms, the student magazine, sexual harassment, drugs, food fights at formals, food poisoning.

UNF/F13/C1/C7   February 1974 - April 1989
Prospectus, correspondence and drafts for the college and university versions.

UNF/F13/C1/C8   June 1964 - January 1988
Chaplaincy, college and university, correspondence and papers especially about appointments, and including a copy of the report of the Durham University Ecumenical Commission of 1968, and minutes and reports re the university chplaincy situation, especially for the Elvet Hill Colleges, of the early 1970s.

UNF/F13/C1/C9   October 1972 - November 1986
Chapel Fund, correspondence about its administration and deployment to provide for a chapel in 1975, the fitting out (especially stained glass doors) and its dedication by the bishop of Durham, and then the subsequent deployment of the fund.

UND/F13/C1/C10   October 1974 - February 1980
Chapel, correspondence, designs, estimates and bills for the fitting out of the chapel, including stained glass doors and a tapestry, and a brochure The Piano Makers from the Piano Advisory Service.

UND/F13/C1/C11   October 1985 - November 1993
College fellows, correspondence, c.v.s, posters and even booklets of their lectures, and some non-fellows:
Shetha Al-Dargazelli (did not take it up) 1986
Stephen Green (resident), Zhu Deguang (resident postgraduate), Christopher Stones, Masaharu Hattori (accommodation only, not a fellow) 1987
Yasushi Hazama, W. Miller Brown 1988
Alan O'Day, Mark Muggli, Mikhail Gvozdev 1989
Richard Matyi 1991
Nee Kang 1992
Charlotte Sussman 1993

UND/F13/C1/C12   September 1985 - May 1987
University Colleges Committee business correspondence.

UND/F13/C1/C13   February 1983 - July 1988
Durham Birzeit Studentship Fund, based at the Middle East Centre, correspondence (Irene Hindmarsh was a trustee).

UND/F13/C1/C14   October 1984 - July 1991
Sudan Fellow, the Sir Sirr al-Khatim al-Khalifa fellowship (a term's board and lodging at St Aidan's), correspondence and c.v.s re fellows appointed:
Nafisa Yousif Sobeir 1985
Malik Abakar 1986
Baqi'e Badawi Mohamed 1987
Mr Ahmed 1988
Mr Mawut 1989
Batoul Mukhtar Mohamed Taha 1991

UND/F13/C1/C15   February 1982 - March 1984
College fellowships, donations towards, monthly statements for all college fellowships, with also some correspondence.

UND/F13/C1/C16   March 1979 - July 1982
Building Fund appeal correspondence with covenanters, lists, and minutes of the college's finance sub-committee and some relevant university committees where St Aidna's new building was discussed.

UND/F13/C1/C17   October 1980 - July 1983
150th Anniversary University Appeal Committee minutes, papers, and cirulcars and correspondence with college colleagues from the principal.

UND/F13/C1/C18   July 1984 - June 1985
Correspondence with Mrs Ruth Bishop (1948-1952), including re her donation of college blazer and 3 group photos.

Peter Clarke (1988-1990)
Reference: UND/F13/C1/D
UND/F13/C1/D1   October 1988 - September 1993
Correspondence and some plans about proposals to provide for extra student accommodation around the university, the needs of St Aidan's and its new extension, including Gleeds Management Services's “Submission for Final Client Approval” (June 1992), “Project Management Activity Occasional Report No.1” (June 1992) and “Post Tender Report and Submission for Client Approval to Proceed” (October 1992).

UND/F13/C1/D2   March 1988 - March 1992
Maintenance Fee, university committee minutes, correspondence, circulars, Department of Education and Science “Shifting the Balance of Public Funding of Higher Education to Fees” consultation paper April 1989, newspaper cuttings, and college memoranda.

UND/F13/C1/D3   March 1988 - January 1990
Teikyo building, correspondence, plans, papers and Teikyo University building project sub-committee minutes re especially the Teikyo building near the St Aidan's College principal's house.

UND/F13/C1/D4   March 1989 - 1997
Teikyo students and staff, correspondence and papers - some with all Hill colleges - re students and staff from Teikyo University in Durham interracting with St Aidan's, including proposed student swaps, assignments of tutors to Teikyo students, and a draft agreement between the University of Durham and Teikyo re the provision of facilities.

Eric Halladay (1990-1991)
Reference: UND/F13/C1/E
UND/F13/C1/E1   December 1990 - October 1991
Correspondence re John Norris's paper on St Aidan's and the Business Expansion Scheme

UND/F13/C1/E2   June 1990 - July 1995
Teikyo terrapins, correspondence re the leasing by St Aidan's from Teikyo of two terrapin huts on Windmill Hill for student accommodation.

Robert Williams (1991-1997)
Reference: UND/F13/C1/F
UND/F13/C1/F1   June 1988 - July 1998
Congregation arrangements, including lists of students attending the dinner and/or graduating and dinner invites.

UND/F13/C1/F2   June 1995
Chapel trip to Lindisfarne, correspondence and notices about arrangements, including a printed brochure for the Cook and Barker Inn at Newton-on-the-Moor.

UND/F13/C1/F3   1993 - 1997
Reports and correspondence of expeditions etc carried out by students in receipt of Leslie Clark, SCR or Trust Fund awards from the college.

UND/F13/C1/F4   January - February 1993
Fairfield Catering Company's Report on Hotel Services for Durham University, considered by the Working Party Concerned with the Review of the Hotel Functions of the Colleges, with some correspondence of the principal.

UND/F13/C1/F5   July 1991 - May 1992
Colleges Review of the Management of Commercial areas university working party papers, including strategic plans for all colleges for 1992-1997 and the comments of vice-principal Dennis Wood.

UND/F13/C1/F6   September 1987 - February 1996
Heads of House Committee, minutes, agendas and papers, (Robert Williams was secretary from 1993.

Alan Yarwood (1996-1997)
Reference: UND/F13/C1/G
UND/F13/C1/G1   [1996]
Sheet of college headed notepaper.

John Ashworth (1998-2007)
Reference: UND/F13/C1/H
UND/F13/C1/H1   2002 - 2006
Principal's file of correspondence and papers re: JCR finances; stress; alumnae book for the library; tutors; staff redundancy; family friend in China; bursarial ops team; [family] photo; reference for Prof R. Harris; comments on the college system; plea re fees; reference; booking for college guest accommodation; college performance indicators; plan of Durham and the college; headed notepaper; compliment on staff service; fire services strike responses; report on the meals swipe card system; proposed parking bays; passover dates; emergency contacts; satellite dish complaint; college virtual tour report

UND/F13/C1/H2   January 2004
St Aidan's College self-evaluation document, including a copy of the Trevelyan College review of 4 December 2003 and notes for a college's review.

UND/F13/C1/H3   10 March 2004
University review of St Aidan's College

UND/F13/C1/H4-6   2003 - 2004
University review of St Aidan's documentation:
4. Student data for St Aidan's; student experience surveys; college plan; annual reports 2000/1-2002/3, business and academic plans 2001/2 & 2002/3, strategic business and academic plans 2003/6 & 2004/7; committees & communication; college council minutes 2002-2003; college officers' monthly management meetings December 2003 sample; examples of [email] communication within the college
5. Tutor information pack; skills development and CVs; new college tutors appointment letter; information for freshers about the tutor system; tutor training; example f new tutor mentoring; sample tutor list; tutor system survey 2001; communication with tutors about individual tutees; communication with tutors periodically; change of tutor; deselection of tutor; concessions academic and health grounds; appeal procedure; keeping of terms; difficulties during exams; DUSSD report response; student death; financial hardship; audit trails, communications with the centre and departments; studnet issues; notification of change of status to LEAs; notification of self certification of illness
6. Admissions, offer letters; open day January 2004; open day survey; offer statistics; freshers pack; letter to Erasmus students 2003; accommodation; living out; overnight leave application; postgraduates admissions, offers, information, continuing residene query, accommodation & tenancy agreement; SCR meetings +; offer of membership without accommodation; trusts/scholarships

UND/F13/C1/H7   2000
St Aidan's Trust Fund student travel bursary reports from Sarah Hopper, Elizabeth Gutteridge, Kareen Holliday (with photos)

UNF/F13/C1/H8   May - July 1998
Prospectus, correspondence and drafts for a new edition.

UND/F13/C1/H9   March - June 1998
Correspondence and plans re the installation of a microwave dish on the college roof as part of a metropolitan area network (MAN).

UND/F13/C1/H10   2001 - 2002
Internal Audit and Risk Management, memoranda and risk assessments.

UND/F13/C1/H11   2000 - 2004
Principal's file including: analysis of applications for each college 2000/1-2002/3 and student withdrawals 1999/2000-2001/2; contract of employment with the JCR sabbatical president; St Aidna's entry for a guide for new staff; JCR hustings and St Aidan's Day programme 2004; student accommodation numbers 2003/4; list of students and degree classes October 2000; food survey 2000 & 2001; Health and Safety policy statement; list of courses attended by college staff 2004; emails re fridges and drilling; college trust and graduate studentships notices.

Susan Frenk (2007-)
Reference: UND/F13/C1/I
UND/F13/C1/I1   [?2007]
Curriculum vitae of Susan Frenk

Closed under DPA until 2058
UND/F13/C1/I2   April - September 2011
Student welfare correspondence

Closed under DPA until 2092
Bursar
Reference: UND/F13/C2
UND/F13/C2/1   [1962] - 1975
Garden and trees: specification by Basil Spence and Brian Hackett for the layout of the college site with lists of trees and shrubs to be planted; subsequent notes on the gardens, lists of trees, correspondence and a garden inventory

UND/F13/C2/2   1964 - 1982
Inventory of items donated to the college in the chapel, dining hall, garden (mainly money for plants), library (books and money), music, pictures, and miscellaneous

UND/F13/C2/3   1964 - 1983
Visitors book, recording visits of university senior figures, the mayor of Durham, for the opening of the new college buildings, the Chinese and Turkish ambassadors, BBC Mastermind and Sir Sirr El Khatim El Khalifa from Sudan

UND/F13/C2/4   November 1970 - January 1987
Garden committee correspondence, mainly copy letters from Judy Turner and replies, including also information about opening the garden to the public and/or on special occasions, an appreciation of Stella Reading and a copy of Stella Reading Some Recollections by her friends [?1979]

UND/F13/C2/5   1984, 2001 - 2006
Awards:
Civic Trust Award for the extension, 1984
Welcome Host Promise certificate from the English Tourist Board.c.1990
Heartbeat Award from Chartered Institute of Enviromental Health, February 2001 and December 2002
Best University Accommodation for Groups, voted by Group Travel Organiser magazine readers, Runner-up 2004 and Winner 2006

UND/F13/C2/6   [c.1990]
Fire procedures

UND/F13/C2/7   1993 - 1996
Accounts and correspondence.

UND/F13/C2/8   November 1994 - May 1995
Exhibition to mark the centenary of the awarding of degrees to women, correspondence between the college and the University Library Special Collections re contributions to the exhibition from the college, with a programme for the special congregation on 13 May 1995

UND/F13/C2/9   1997
Fees and charges for 1997/98.

UND/F13/C2/10   1998 - 2011
Lists of staff for payroll

UND/F13/C2/11   [2003]
Disaster recovery (Business Continuity) plan

UND/F13/C2/12   25 April 2003
Resettlement, Responsibility and the Individual, a NEPACS conference at St Aidan's, ISBN 0953018725

UND/F13/C2/13   October 2003 - July 2008
Estates and Buildings job sheets for work on college premises.

UND/F13/C2/14   [?2006]
Estate and Buildings project cases for the college kitchen refurbishment and the college extension WCs and showers refurbishment projects.

UND/F13/C2/15   2007 - 2014
Posters for exhibitions and events:
Schoolboys, paintings by Christian Mieves 26 November - 16 December 2007 poster
Iranian Culture Week 27 April - 1 May 2009 brochure
The Durham Writers Divan Day of Celebration 30 April [2011] poster
Fadia Faqir book launch, 11 March 2014 poster

UND/F13/C2/16   June 2007
Condition survey of the college by Drake and Kannemeyer

UND/F13/C2/17   March 2008
Staff survey St Aidan's college results extract

UND/F13/C2/18   December 2010
Student survey results

UND/F13/C2/19   2010 - 2011
Graduation, invitations to

Chaplain
Reference: UND/F13/C3
UND/F13/C3/D1    December [1951] - December 2003
Carol service papers:
9 December [1951], 10 December 1981, 1 December 1983, 3 December 1987, 1 December 1988, 3 December 1993, 2 December 1994, 9 December 2003

UND/F13/C3/D2   26 April 1975
Service paper for the dedication of the chapel/quiet room by the bishop of Durham.

UND/F13/C3/D3   17 November 1989
Service paper for the licensing as chaplain of Revd Gillian Pocock by the bishop of Durham.

UND/F13/C3/D4   April 1972 - June 1995
Service papers for memorial services :
Elizabeth Sladden, Durham Cathedral, 22 April 1972
Ethleen Scott, Durham Cathedral, 19 April 1986
Fergus Dalzell (1973-1995), college, 11 June 1995

UND/F13/C3/D5   Michaelmas 1975 - Epiphany 2003
Chapel term cards, detailing services and members of the chapel committee:
Michaelmas 1975
Epiphany 1976
Easter 1991
Epiphany 2003

UND/F13/C3/D6   1963 - 1966
Service papers for other services:
Advent, 1963
Advent, 1964
End of term, 24 June 1964
Advent, 6 December 1966

Vice-principal and Senior Tutor
Reference: UND/F13/C4
UND/F13/C4/1   June 1971 - January 1993
Tutors, correspondence with and about, mostly from the principal, and guidelines about tutors' duties and remunerations.

UND/F13/C4/2   2002 - 2003
Tutors' information, including correspondence, advice given out to students on CVs, career planning, skills audit, training, college strategy

UND/F13/C4/3   2003 - 2005, 2011
Open Days, including university and college publicity, correspondence, information provided, surveys and questionnaires

UND/F13/C4/4   2004 - 2008
Tutoring and mentoring: reports, workshops, correspondence, guidelines, presentations and an away day 19 September 2005

Library
Reference: UND/F13/C5
UND/F13/C5/1   18 November 1963 - [May 1976]
Borrowing register, detailing borrower, title, author, refrence and date, with entries corssed through [on the book's return] 18 November 1963 - 3 November 1964
Then it becomes a suggestions book to [May 1976], recording author, title, publisher, date, price, comment, suggested by and library decision.

UND/F13/C5/2   6 February 1995
List of college archives.

Plans
Reference: UND/F13/C6
UND/F13/C6/1-15   March 1961
Basil Spence's designs for St Aidan's College, duplicates; perspectives originally in charcoal.
1. Perspective looking from the north-west.
2. Elevational perspective from the west.
3. Perspective looking north-east.
4. Elevational perspective from the south.
5. Perspective looking from the loggia.
6. General site plan at roof level.
7. General site plan at lower ground floor level.
8. General site plan at main ground floor level.
9. General site plan at first floor level.
10. Sections.
11. West and south elevations.
12. Kitchen block detailed plan.
13. Layout of typical service rooms.
14. Plan and elevations of typical double study bedroom.
15. Plan and elevations of typical single study bedroom.

Size: 560 x 355mm
Transferred from the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS) John Sinclair House, 16 Bernard Terrace, Edinburgh EH8 9NX as part of the dispersal of duplicates from the Sir Basil Spence archive, April 2008, Acc No Misc.2007/8:53.
Formerly numbered at RCAHMS: Acc No 2003/101 SPE ENG /S1/2/1/1,2,4-6, 8-11 and S1/2/2/1-6.
The original drawings are held in RCAHMS in Edinburgh.
Further copies of 3 and 4 are hanging outside the principal's office in St Aidan's College.
UND/F13/C6/16-20   1962
Plans of the grounds and their planting by Sir Basil Spence and partners architects of Edinburgh and Brian Hackett landscape consultant of Newcastle:
16. Proposed General Landscape Layout Plan
17-19. General Landscape Layout Plan with a section and elevation of the approach road bank, and with a planting scheme attached, 3 copies
20. Plan and section of pool, GO/0/13, 26 June 1962

UND/F13/C6/21-27   December 2007, February 2008
Plans by PH Partnership of Pinetree Centre, Durham Road, Birtley for a proposed extension, contract 2340
21. 01 Ground floor feasibility Option 1
22. 05 Proposed Extenson Option 1
23. 06 Proposed Extension Option 2
24. 07 Proposed Extension Option 3
25-27. 3 further colour perspectives

Kitchen
Reference: UND/F13/C7
UND/F13/C7/1   1960 - 2013
Menus, detailing food, wine and toasts:
Going Down dinner: 1951 (signed [by those present]), 1960, 1963 - 1968
Congregation dinner: 28 June 1989, 4 July 1990, 26 June 1991
Presidential plaque unveiling dinner: 16 November 2013

Academic
Reference: UND/F13/D
UND/F13/D1   1964 - 2000
Student files

UND/F13/D2   1974 - 1989
Student record cards

UND/F13/D3   1996 - 2008
Digital printout of colour passport sized photographs of all undergraduates

UND/F13/D4   2009
Lecture posters:
Douglas Davies, “Fears, Faiths and Imagined Identities” , 26 February 2009.

UND/F13/D5   [Michaelmas 1963] - Michaelmas 1995
Admission Book, recording by term and then alphabetically a student's name, date of birth and faculty, written by the student.

UND/F13/D6   2010
Student accommodation listing names alphabetically, course and where there accommodation was for 2010/11.

UND/F13/D7   7 January 1999
Livers out signing in sheet listing names alphabetically, with addresses.

Associations, Clubs and Societies
Reference: UND/F13/E
Junior Common Room
Reference: UND/F13/E1 JCR presidents:
1962/63 Averil Richardson
1963/64 Barbara Purling
1964/65 Anne Wilkinson
1965/66 Margaret Booth
1966/67 Mavis Sanders
1967/68 Clare Ewbank
1969/70 Penelope Willey
1970/71 Pamela Aznavoorian
1971/72 Rosemary Barber
1972/73 Priscilla Brereton
1973/74 Anne Crawford
1974/75 Gillian Chilver
1975/76 Sarah Denman
1976/77 Elizabeth Hawthorn
1977/78 Lesley Payne
1978/79 Jacqueline Davies
1979/80 Penny Jones
1980/81 Annabel Burrows
1981/82 Wndy Seddon
1982/83 Karen Browes
1983/84 Peter Green
1984/85 Martin Hall
1985/86 Susanna Girling
1986/87 Richard Gogerty
1987/88 Robert McKinnon

UND/F13/E1/A1   October 1922 - June 1949
Home Students/St Aidan's Society JCR minute book. (The first meeting did confirm minutes of the prevous meeting, so the body had existed before October 1922.)

UND/F13/E1/A2   May 1952 - February 1957
St Aidan's Society JCR minute book.

UND/F13/E1/A3   March 1957 - May 1961
St Aidan's Society JCR minute book.

UND/F13/E1/A4   May 1952 - December 1974
St Aidan's Society/College JCR minutes extracts [made c1995 by Graham Rodmell].

UND/F13/E1/B1   1996, 1997, 2003
JCR accounts for 1996 and budgets for 1997 and 2003.

UND/F13/E1/B2   2008 - 2010
JCR accounts and financial statements.

UND/F13/E1/C1   31 January 1920
Petition to the Council of the Durham Colleges, signed by 11 Home Students, against their being attached to St Mary's College.

UND/F13/E1/C2   June 1923 - June 1938
Home Student Record Book, with the senior woman's annual report, and listing members, offices held and exam results, with at the front the crest and “Durham University Home Students Admitted Michaelmas Term 1895.”

UND/F13/E1/C3   [c.1960] & 22 January 1995
JCR constitutions.

UND/F13/E1/C4   [1999 - 2001]
President's “Rough Guide”, “a reference manual and guide to things that perhaps aren't 100% obvious”, including tasks to be carried out before the start of the academic year, and notes on colleagues and such as computers, damages, ents, freshers week, governing body, house hunting, student loans, music, nightline, reunions, photocopiers, rooms, the sofa, sky TV, Teikyo.

UND/F13/E1/C5   2009
President's Handover Book, detailing president's contract, office holders, DSU committees etc, college committees, university committees, a calendar of what to do when, JCR constitution, college bars standard operating manual, university Health and Safety manual,and Universities UK code of practice for student housing.

UND/F13/E1/C6   2010
St Aidan's ski trip holiday booklet

UND/F13/E1/D1   2005, 2007
Yearbook 2004-2005
JCR 2006/07

UND/F13/E1/D2   1987 - 2012
JCR Handbook, for 1987/8, 1988/9
Freshers' Handbook, for 1998, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012

UND/F13/E1/D3   1948
Invites to:
Visitors' Night Debate, 2 March 1948.

UND/F13/E1/D4   1952 - 2012
Ball etc programmes etc:
Dance at the Town Hall, 3 December 1952.
The Anniversary Dance, 19 June 1970 (photocopy)
Informal, 27 November 1970 (photocopy)
A Twenties Style Ball, 26 November 1971 (photocopy)
Casino Royale, [12 May 1978]
A Touch of Class, 11 May 1979
Swansong, 15 June 1981
Summer Ball, 14 June 1983
Disco nights, October [1989] - June [1990] (photocopy)
The Roaring Twenties guest night, 16 November 1990 (photocopy)
Ball programme [1991], (photocopy)
Sponsorship proposal pack, 2012

Aidan's College Theatre
Reference: UND/F13/E2
UND/F13/E2/C1   [c.1983]
Report on its early history from 1981

UND/F13/E2/D1   2007
Poster advertising auditions for Lorca Te Public October [2007].

UND/F13/E2/D2   [c.2008]
Programmes:
Shaken Not Stirred, [1983]
Rumpelstiltskin pantomime [c.2008]
Robin Hood [c.2008], with poster

UND/F13/E2/D3   1997 - 1998
St Aidan's College Theatre Company productions:
Joseph, March 1997
Cinderladdin, December 1997
Grease, 28 February 1998

Senior Common Room
Reference: UND/F13/E3
UND/F13/E3/A1   October 1967 - October 1974
SCR minute book, with also occasional lists of members, guest night attendees, constitution amendments and correspondence.

UND/F13/E3/A2   January 1975 - May 1984
SCR minute book

UND/F13/E3/A3   October 1984 - May 1989, May 2005
Agendas for SCR AGMs and meetings.

UND/F13/E3/B1   September 1979 - July 1993
SCR cash book detailing icnome and expenditure; from the back are subscriptions

UND/F13/E3/C1   1970 - 1975
Wine and drinks price lists.

UND/F13/E3/C2   March [1983] - May 1992, 2005
Notices of events, including some menus, and information for members.

UND/F13/E3/C3   August 1988 - July 1998
SCR secretary's correspondence file re new members, events, guest nights, deaths of members etc.

UND/F13/E3/C4   [c.1990] - June 1998
Seating plans for SCR guest nights, summer buffets etc.

UND/F13/E3/C5   [c.1980] - April 1998
SCR constitutions, and notices and papers re their alteration.

UND/F13/E3/D1   28 February [1949]
Invites to debates in the Union, detailing speakers:
“The Auctioneer is the only connoisseur of all the Arts”, 28 February [1949].

St Aidan's Association/Alumni
Reference: UND/F13/E4 The name changed from St Aidan's Society Old Students' Association to St Aidan's Association to St Aidan's Alumni.

UND/F13/E4/A1   1953 - 1993
St Aidan's Association reunions, lists of attendees, 1953-1973, 1982, 1984, 1986, and also Annual General Meeting minutes for 1971, 1972, and 1976, a constitution for 1972, amended to 1976, and programmes, menus, room lists etc for 1982, 1984 and 1986, and a draft service paper for 1993.

UND/F13/E4/C1   May 1970 - October 1979
Secretary's correspondence of Mrs Isobel Manning, much of it with the principal and former members of the college, especially about AGMs and reunions, and including a copy newspaper cutting about Miss Ethleen Scott 1960.

UND/F13/E4/C2   January 1980 - November 1984
Secretary's correspondence of Mrs Isobel Manning, much of it with the principal and former members of the college, especially about AGMs, reunions and newsletters.

UND/F13/E4/C3   January 1985 - November 1987
Secretary's correspondence of Mrs Isobel Manning, much of it with the principal and former members of the college, especially about AGMs, reunions and newsletters, and including a list of the secretary's duties as at 16 February 1987.

UND/F13/E4/C4   March 1988 - June 1994
Secretary's correspondence, with former members of college, and former and current principals, and also with the university Development Office about university alumni weekends, including a college register proposal of 1991.

UND/F13/E4/C5   May 1971 - October 1987
Secretary's correspondence about arrangements for the London meeting/tea-party, with some proformas, bills and receipts.

UND/F13/E4/C6   December 1981 - June 1985
Secretary's correspondence with “local contacts” for the alumni.

UND/F13/E4/C7   May - September 2001
Correspondence file about the Alumni newsletter and reunion.

UND/F13/E4/D1   1950 - 2011
Association/Alumni Newsletter (1950-2009) (in A5 format) then Alumni Magazine and Newsletter (2009-2010) (in A4 format), with reports of college activities, articles, and news and addresses of members, and images by 1995 (in colour by 2009). Issues present: March 1950 (2 copies), March 1951 (2 copies), December 1951, December 1952, December 1953, December 1954, December 1955, December 1956, December 1957, December 1958, December 1959, December 1960, December 1961, December 1962, December 1963, December 1964, December 1966, December 1967, December 1968, December 1970, December 1990, December 1995, January 1997 (50th anniversary edition), January 1998, June 1999, June 2000, June 2001, June 2003, March 2007, January 2009, December 2009 (No.1), December 2010 (No.2), December 2011 (No.3).

Formerly: Per Local STA
St Aidan's College Music Society
Reference: UND/F13/E5
UND/F13/E5/C1   1983
Report on the year's activities.

UND/F13/E5/D1   11 October [?1986]
Posters for events:
“Edwardian Late Joys”, 11 October [?1986], photocopy

Photographs
Reference: UND/F13/F
College Groups
Reference: UND/F13/FA
UND/F13/FA1919-1927   1919 - [1927]
Home Students Record Book, with annual group photos, all identified, with exam results for the year and names of the senior woman and secretary, titled “Camera Studies” :
1918/19: A. Caldcelugh, E.H. Lowes, M. Henderson, M. Willis, M.E. Nicholson (SW), G.H. Pearson, A.G. Fleming, O.V.G. Siddell, H. Greenwell, W. Richardson (Sec), G.E. Read, E. Crosby (all in gowns, most with lapel badges, one with a tie; on steps leading up to a door).
1919/20: M.G. Pearce, E. Crosby, E.H. Lowes, H. Dixon, M.E. Nicholson, A.G. Fleming, E.M. Deacon, H. Henderson, M. Willis (SW), H. Greenwell (Sec), G.E. Read (all in gowns, most with lapel badges, one with a tie; in a ?tennis court).
1920/21: L.W. Wadsworth, A.G. Fleming, E.H. Lowes, E.M.L. Grange, A. Cadcleugh, M.G. Pearce, G.E. Read, H. Greenwell (SW), M. Henderson (Sec) (all in gowns, most with lapel badges; inside).
1921/22: W.M. Bell, L.W. Wadsworth, B.D. Robinson, A.F. Robinson, A. Caldcleugh (SW), G.E. Read, M.G. Pearce (Sec) (all in gowns, most with lapel badges, 3 with neckwear; inside).
1922/23: L. Hunter, S.E. Draper, L. Leatham, W.M. Bell (Sec), L.W. Wadsworth (SW), F.M. Sharpe (all in gowns and holding mortar boads, some with 1 or 2 lapel badges, 2 with ties; inside).
1923/24: L. Leatham, N. Gibson, N. Carmichael, F.M. Sharpe, W.M. Bell (SW), S.E. Draper (Sec), L. Hunter (all in gowns, Hunter with lapel badges, in a studio).
1924/25: W.M. Bell, J. Hughes, L. Leatham, M. Liddle, F.M. Sharpe (Sec), L. Hunter (SW), S.E. Draper (all in gowns, 1 with 1 and 2 with 2 lapel badges, 4 with neckwear; in a studio).
1925/26: W. Atherley, A. Bailes, N. Gill, J. Hughes (SW), M. Liddle (Sec) (all in gowns, 2 with badges, 3 with neckwear; in a studio).
[?1926/27]: [A. Bailes], ?, ?, ?, [N. Gill (Sec)], [M. Liddle (SW)], [W. Atherley], ? (all in gowns, 2 with lapel badges, all with neckwear; inside).
[?1927/28]: (all unidentified; all in gowns and with ties, some with lapel badges; outside; by John R. Edis).
At the front is inserted a photo of a male lecturer behind a lectern with a blackboard with Greek on it.

UND/F13/FA1925   1924/25
College group, in a photographer's studio, in dark skirts, light tops and gowns, by J. Spencer Adamson of The City Studio, Durham, identified (separately): Winifred M. Bell, Joan Hughes, Lorna Leatham, Laura Muriel Liddle, Frances Mabel Sharpe, Lily Hunter, Sarah Elizabeth Draper.

Size: 115 x 140mm (print), 185 x 265mm (mount)
Given by Lily Hunter.
UND/F13/FA1947   [June] 1947
College group, in the Castle Fellows Garden, in gowns, titled, unidentified.

Size: 145 x 200mm (print), 295 x 335mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA1948   [June] 1948
College group, in the Castle Fellows Garden, in gowns, titled, unidentified.

Size: 180 x 275mm (print), 330 x 415mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA1949   [June] 1949
College group, in the Castle Fellows Garden, in gowns, titled, by John R. Edis, unidentified.

Size: 180 x 280mm (print), 330 x 420mm (mount)
One given by Ruth Bishop 7 June 1985.
UND/F13/FA1950   [June] 1950
College group, in the Castle Fellows Garden, in gowns, titled, by John R. Edis, unidentified.

Size: 180 x 275mm (print), 330 x 420mm (mount)
One given by Ruth Bishop 7 June 1985.
UND/F13/FA1951   [June] 1951
College group, in the Castle Fellows Garden, in gowns, by John R. Edis, titled, identified: P. Summersgill, D. Sharpe, A. Funnell, E. Knowles, K. Page, M. Seddon, D. Watson, E. Marshall, S. Hazelhurst, M. Midgley, J. Beilby, R. Young, A. Logan, B. Venneear, R. Quinlan, J. Periam, A. Darrell, L. ?, M. Hickman, L. Russell, J. Cacanas, M. Lovett, M. Moore, M. Jackman, R. Peatfield, J. Strickland, R. Richardson, M. Calow, M. Hall, M. Garrett, E. Parker, S. Chapman, A. Roots, N. Manders, D. Webster, P. Dent, S. Sladden, A. Forth, H. Lund, H. Crawford, K. Trotter, B. Hodgson, M. Shackleton, M. Guy, C. Adderley, W. Knee, V. Neill, J. Wilson, V. Keyworth, R. Amson, J. Curtis, K. Barker, L. Dodsworth, S. Rose, L. McNeill, A. Tombling, M. Knowles, M. Deans, Miss Sladden, Miss Alderson, Principal (Miss Scott), Dr Trudgian, Mrs Stewart, B. Bennison, S. Ackroyd, J. Bidgood, F. Cave, Deaconess Hammond, J. Denton, D. Moody, S. Summerfield, K. Middleton, D. Moors, V. Nakivell, P. Hughson. E. Campbell, S. Black, R. Bishop, S. Proudfoot, P. Tankard, M. Hadley, L. Cumming.

Size: 200 x 370mm (print), 330 x 500mm (mount)
One given by Ruth Bishop 7 June 1985.
UND/F13/FA1952   [June] 1952
College group, on a lawn with a wood behind [at Shincliffe Hall], in gowns, titled, unidentified.

Size: 180 x 285mm (print), 330 x 420mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA1953   [June] 1953
College group, on a lawn with a wood behind [at Shincliffe Hall], in gowns, titled, unidentified.

Size: 180 x 285mm (print), 330 x 420mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA1954   [June] 1954
College group, on a lawn with a wood behind [at Shincliffe Hall], in gowns, by John R. Edis, titled, identified: M. Plaskett, G. Stean, E. Richardson, A. Gray, R. Russell, B. Abel, O. Gabbott, B. Jones, P. Vague, J. Storey, M. Reid, B. Hoggarth, D. Myles, P. Hughson, P. Kelly, J. Greenslade, M. Austin, F. Fowle, S. Kinder, G. Welsford, P. Blake, J. WIlliams, L. Chan, J. Palmer, J. Sheaf, A. Heppenstall (Mrs Vinsome), M. Johnson, S. Dex, C. Alcock, W. Buck, S. Pockett, E. Wittenbach, R. Taylor, I. Magog, M. Moore, M. Marriott., K. Moorhouse, J. Carrington, R. Chitty, S. Farrington, E. Bailey, J. Leigh, A. Percy, J. Ogden, J. Harrison, W. Bayer, J. Thicknesse, M. Cooper, R. Spencer, J. Parkin, R. Thomas, S. Marlton, D. Know, B. Skinner, L. Challis, A. Reissland, R. Dawson, S. Jackson, J. Riley, M. Calow, R. Young, D. Sharpe, J. Wilson, J. Periam, Miss Sladden, Miss Chalklin, Principal (Miss Scott), Mrs Whitehouse, Mrs Vale, S. Kirkby, R. Peatfield, P. Vickers, B. Burrows, B. Henson, M. Scruby, L. Lonsdale, P. Pond.

Size: 180 x 265mm (print), 330 x 400mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA1955   [June] 1955
College group, on a lawn with a wood behind [at Shincliffe Hall], in gowns, titled, unidentified.

Size: 180 x 265mm (print), 330 x 420mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA1956   [June] 1956
College group, on a lawn with a wood behind [at Shincliffe Hall], in gowns, titled, by T. Mason of 4 New Elvet, Durham, identified: A. Barrett, M. Currant, P. Irwin, H. Brown, D. Bean, M. Bryan, P. Winn, D. Lardner, E. Newman, M. Reid, J. Williams, A. Conacher, P. Page, M. Wood, J. ?, A. Cook, I. Turner, S. Dex, M. Harlock, M. Hogg, C. Gregson, J. Birch, E. Macaulay, M. Dixon, M. Dawson, B. Riley, G. Leathwood, R. Walker, H. Coates, S. Reid, C. Bartholomew, J. Jenkins, A. Hughes, P. Loewe, R. Barron, P. Scott, S. Kinder, M. ?, J. Hollen, D. Wilson, G. Howlett, M. Lord, S. Wilson, J. Chaplain, W. Clark, A. Crossfield, M. Cooper, J. Lee, J. Burtt, J. Curry, M. Long, L. Lonsdale, C. Trotter, P. Pond, W. Buck, J. Leigh, S. Farrington, W. Bayes, W. Grimes, B. Jones, J. Potts, J. Carrington, J. Greenslade, J. Webley, K. Moorhouse, Miss Chalklin, P.H. Vale, Chaplain, Principal (Miss Scott), Mrs Taylor, Mrs Whitehouse, Miss Sladden, L. Chan, J. Palmer, J. Grant, S. Toase, F. Richey, B. Herron, B. Harper, M. Wall, M. Metcalf, J. Thicknesse, A. Percy, J. Crabtree, M. Silverwood.

Size: 160 x 280mm (print), 310 x 420mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA1957   [June] 1957
College group, on a lawn with trees behind [at Shincliffe Hall], in gowns, titled, by T. Mason of 4 New Elvet, Durham, unidentified.

Size: 180 x 290mm (print), 330 x 420mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA1958   [June] 1958
College group, on a lawn with a wood behind [at Shincliffe Hall], in gowns, titled, unidentified.

Size: 180 x 265mm (print), 330 x 420mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA1959   [June] 1959
College group, on a lawn with a wood behind [at Shincliffe Hall], in gowns, titled, by John R. Edis, identified: S. Purvis, W. Jones, R. Tolliday, J. Halliday, E. Atkins, K. Harrison, A. Peterkin, L. Brown, I. Lacey, S. Cayless, J. Marsh, L. Boler, M. Spencer, M. Bennett, B. Dickinson, C. Longhurst, C. Shield, J. Watson, M. Bamlett, M. Doherty, A. Dufton, D. Wells, S. King, V. Smith, A. Brookes, M. Storr, M. Robson, I. Carty, P. Dalziel, M. Duncan, B. Smith, S. Laverty, S. Gorvette, P. Brown, G. Allen, C. Parkinson, J. Goult, B. Moore, M. Turnbull, B. Winhall. A. Hinks, T. Wooley, H. Williams, J. Higginson, A. Welsh, M. Schutter, M. Lawrence, S. Targett, M. Wetton, D. Wilson, M. Robinson, D. Moore, S. Jourdain, D. Grace, J. Tolley, M. Wilson, P. Robertson, E. Leonard, F. Thornton, J. Croasdale, M. ?, M. Hurst, S. Humphreys, S. Flanagan, A. Temple, J. Crabtree, A. Peel, S. Moore, M. Harlock, A. Crossfield, Miss Sladden, Mrs Taylor, Principal (Miss Scott), Chaplain, Mrs Whitehouse, A. Wilcox, M. Dawson, B. Armstrong, J. Wilkinson, M. Lord, B. Lang, A. Richardson, J. Hobday, A. Clark, A. Draper, C. Bartholomew, P. Hubbard.

Size: 230 x 355mm (print), 330 x 450mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA1960   [June] 1960
College group, on a lawn with a wood behind [at Shincliffe Hall], in gowns, titled, by John R. Edis, unidentified.

Size: 230 x 365mm (print), 330 x 420mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA1961   [June] 1961
College group, on a lawn with a wood behind [at Shincliffe Hall], in gowns, titled, by John R. Edis, unidentified, 2 different images.

Size: 210 x 350mm (print), 310 x 445mm (board)
UND/F13/FA1962   [June] 1962
College group, on a lawn with a wood behind [at Shincliffe Hall], in gowns, titled, identified: J. Webb, R. Cox, A. Mitchell, J. Hughes, J. Moores, A. Richardson, C. Brewer, E. Romans, K. Henderson, E. Common, C. Farrington, D. Doyle, J. Somervaille, S. Adams, J. Evans, J. Halliday, V. Proctor, A. Pike, J. Gault, S. Dickinson, M. Bennet, L. Forbes, J. Corson, P. Candy, E. Bithell, G. Macy, D. Murphy, J. Dundas, B. Purling, C. Soulsby, S.K.C. Lidell, I. Burgoyne, B. Wilson, M. Megoran, C. Bye, K. Preston, B. Carter, F. Matthison, S. Lochhead, M. Wieczorek, J. Hann, B. Fiddes, R. Goodwin, R. Collins, G. Tottle, M. Blanksby, R.B. Lovett, J.M. Thackray, E.A. Veasey, J. Hogarth, C. Beardsworth, J. Clark (German exchange student), E. Youatt, R. Ashley, T. Moore, H. de Chateleux, C. Kemp-Turner, F. Harwood, G. Rowell, F. Elvidge, M. Hitch, J. Thornton, J. Purcell, J. Paine, E. Davis, R. Collett, M. Freeman, B. Rampley, E. Braben, S. Walker, B. Wendt, Miss Sladden, Mrs Laybourne, Mrs Taylor, Miss Scott, the Revd R.J.W. Bevan, Mrs Bromhead, R. Hamilton, J. Jones, E. Hague, M. Allen, J. Strutt, A. Newman, M. Harris.

Size: 220 x 290mm (print), 320 x 420mm (board)
UND/F13/FA1963   [June] 1963
College group, on a lawn with a wood behind [at Shincliffe Hall], in gowns, titled, identified: J. Thackray, S. Adams, E. Bithell, A. Turton, J. Firth, A. Ellis, M. Watkins, A. Wilkinson, P. Candy, J. Dundas, L. Forbes, R. Collins, J. Cayzer (German exchange student), F. Matthison, B. Puling, G. Tottle, B. Rampley, C. Bye, B. Wilson, R. Ashley, E. Davis, H. Pountain, V. Gerstenberg, D. Walker, W. Fisher, M. Wieczorek, S. Lochhead, E. Braben, S. Walker, E. Plummer, B. Lewis, K. Preston, J. Webb, M. Dalpra, S. Bressey, R. Beake, J. Benson, B. Carter, A. Mitchell, J. Hoggarth, P. Turnbull, J. Hughes, J. Thornton, J. Lloyd, J. Wood, P. Kane, D. Johnson, M. Healey, S. Newman, V. Simpson, V. Ross, J. Lawson, J. Somervaille, A. Lowman, H. Jannaway, B. Rogers, K. Murphy, S. Woodrow, J. Purcell, A. Newman, E. Youatt, A. Richardson, Miss Pullin, Mrs Whitehouse, the Revd R.J.W. Bevan, Miss Scott, Mrs Taylor, Mrs Laybourne, Miss Sladden, A. Pike, M. Freeman, E. Romans.

Size: 180 x 280mm (print), 330 x 420mm (board)
UND/F13/FA1964   [June] 1964
College group, on a lawn with a wood behind [at Shincliffe Hall], in gowns, titled, identified: C.E. Greer Walker, L.M. Harding, J.K. Sandham, E.A. Booth, S.M. Burrows, R.M. Beake, M.S. Watkins, A.C.L. Wilkinson, L.E. Renwick, L.R. Nockolds, J.M. Firth, A.M. Ellis, R.M. Collins, J. Dundas, E.R. Jenkins, K.M. Chapman, M.M. Jeal, P.J. Melzi, H.R.E. Batty, M.A. Rhodes, C.A. Munns, J.M. Bowen, S.J. Griffith, M. Sykes, V.E. Ross, K.M. Murphy, M. Richmond, R.M. Crookes, M.A. Sanders, J.G. Evans, M.A. Booth, K.L. Villiers, J.C. Hutchinson, W.A. Gaylor, J.M. Tyler, M.C. Gurney, M.E. Carpenter, M.H. Morgan, J.S. Barnett, H.M. Kenworthy, P.M. Butterfield, J.M. Lawson, D.H. Johnson, P.M. Rathbone, J.M. Thackray, E.A. Veasey, M.J. Browning, J.A. Smith, B.A. Fiddes, R. Goodwin, G. Tottle, J. Hoggarth, J.M. Paine, E.J. Davis, J.P. Moores, J.J. Lloyd, C.M.H. Callister, B.W. Hollingsworth, K.M. Sleath, J.M. Holmes, J.M. Smalley, S.J. Newman, R.B. Lovett, M.S. Healey, A.M. Bernas, E.M. Bithell, R.E. Ashley, J. Hann, L.P. Reed, C.A. Kemp-Turner, J. Purcell, R.M. Cox. H. de Chateleux, B.M. Purling, Mrs Robinson, Mrs Eliot Hurst, Mrs Whitehouse, Mrs Taylor, Dame Enid Russell-Smith, the Revd R.J.W. Bevan, Miss Sladden, Mrs Graham, Miss Robinson, L.E. Forbes, E.B. Braben, A.J.V. Clark, J.M. Newbegin, S.C. Wall, L. Trout, F.J. Hawkins, H.M. Pollard, F.D. Jones, P.M. Smith, S.R. Melladay, K.R. Marsh, B. Rogers.

Size: 205 x 360mm (print), 310 x 450mm (board)
UND/F13/FA1965   [June] 1965
College group, in the field below the present college, stone wall, trees and St Mary's College beyond, in gowns, titled, identified: S. Fletcher, R. Beake, J. Thornton, H. Tolliday, A. Craig, S. Wyton, G. Vessey, H. Broomhead, E. Porter, M. Andrews, E. Wakefield, S. Devanney, C. Munns, M. Rhodes, J. Smalley, J. Smith, S. Dowuna, J. Haisell, M. Watkins, F. Firth, L. Nockolds, H. Batty, L. Renwick, J. Cayzer, C. Callister, P. Melzi, J. Holmes, S. Wall, J. Newbegin, F. Hawkins, P. Rathbone, A. Opoku-Akyeampong, J. Hooley, L. Belle, K. Villiers, C. Asgill, B. Hollingsworth, P. Kane, J. Wood, V. Tyler, J. Sandham, S. Griffith, J. Dunwell, S. Kenmuir, J. Somervaille, E. Bithell, M. Hitch, J. Corson, R. Storrie, K. Smithyman, S. Melladay, L. Trout, J. Barnett, M. Browning, H. Kenworthy, M. Morgan, M. Sanders, D. Robb, J. Smith, M. Ellis, J. Vaughan, J. Aldridge, M. Richmond, R. Crookes, K. Murphy, M. Healey, S. Newman, C. Johnson, I. Pritchard, M. Davies, J. Williams, S. Edge, E. Hetherington, T. Steel, D. Clark, B. Taylor, V. Borkett, G. Jones, H. Bayfield, M. Clampin, M. Slade, M. Price, M. Bell, Mother M. Thomas, K. Chapman, J. Thackray, V. Simpson, J. Bennett, P. Candy, M. Syles, Miss Robinson, Mrs Coles, Mrs Robinson, Mrs Eliot Hurst, Rev R.J.W. Bevan, Dame Enid Russell-Smith, Mrs Taylor, Dr Turner, Miss McAulay, Miss Sladden, M. Vaughan, A. Wilkinson, V. Ross, M. Gurney, I. Strang, C. Rooke, A. Bernas, P. Butterfield, R. Lovett, S. Smith, Mrs Walker, C. Callar, M. Broom, E. Chalmers, B. Meredith-Brown, L. Nisbet, J. Woods, M. Robinson, M. Huxtable, M. Milne, P. Ray, P. Thuraisingham, R. Platt, R. Varty, C. Fox, J. Hutchinson, W. Gaylor, M. Jeal, J. Tyler, M. Carpenter, K. Sleath, B. Rogers, S. Burrows, F. Jones, P. Smith, K. Marsh, K. Stocken, J. Smith, A. Fletcher, C. Greer-Walker.

Size: 150 x 390mm (print), 300 x 530mm (board)
UND/F13/FA1967   [June] 1967
College group, outside the college, in gowns, titled, unidentified.

Size: 210 x 345mm (print), 305 x 450mm (board)
UND/F13/FA1972   May 1972
College group, outside the dining hall, in gowns, unidentified (David Bellamy at L end of front row).

Size: 210 x 370mm
UND/F13/FA1974   [June] 1974
College group, outside the dining hall, in gowns, titled, unidentified.

Size: 130 x 350mm (print), 280 x 495mm (board)
UND/F13/FA1977/1   [2 December 1976]
1976 enbtrants (1st years) group, in the dining hall, casually dressed, unidentified.

Size: 160 x 235mm (print), 315 x 380mm (board)
UND/F13/FA1977/2   [2 December 1976]
1975 entrants (2nd years) group, in the dining hall, casually dressed, unidentified.

Size: 160 x 235mm (print), 315 x 380mm (board)
UND/F13/FA1977/3   2 December 1976
1974 entrants (3rd years), in the dining hall, casually dressed, by Turners (Photography) Ltd of 7-15 Pink Lane, Newcastle, unidentified.

Size: 195 x 250mm (print), 315 x 375mm (board)
UND/F13/FA1979F   [?October] 1979
?Freshers group, in the dining hall, casually dressed, unidentified.

Size: 175 x 285mm (print), 330 x 420mm (board)
UND/F13/FA1982F   October 1982
Freshers group, in the dining hall, casually dressed, identified on separate sheets.

Size: 165 x 235mm (print), 310 x 380mm (board)
UND/F13/FA1988F   [June] 1988
?Freshers group, outside the dining hall, in dresses/suits/black tie, titled, unidentified.

Size: 300 x 400mm (print), 400 x 500mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA1989   [June] 1989
College group, outside, in casual dress, titled, unidentified.

Size: 120 x 1050mm (print), 270 x 1190mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA1993   [June] 1993
College group, outside the dining hall, in casual dress, titled, unidentified.

Size: 250 x 700mm
UND/F13/FA1993F   [October] 1993
Freashers group, outside the dining hall, in casual dress with gowns, titled, unidentified, 3 images.

Size: 85 x 410mm (print), 185 x 540mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA1994   [June] 1994
?College group, outside the dining hall, in casual dress, titled, unidentified.

Size: 110 x 410mm (print), 185 x 530mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA1994F   [October] 1994
Freshers group, outside the dining room, in casual/smart dress with gowns, titled, unidentified.

Size: 175 x 735mm (print), 325 x 850mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA1995   [June] 1995
College group, outside the dining room, in casual dress, by Richard Snart of Oadby, Leicester, titled, identified.

Size: 150 x 750mm (print), 250 x 820mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA1995F   [October] 1995
Freshers group, outside the dining room, in smart dress, by Richard Snart of Oadby, Leicester, titled, identified

Size: 210 x 750mm (print), 310 x 890mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA1996   [June] 1996
College group, outside the dining room, in casual dress, with a Darth Vader cutout, by Richard Snart of Oadby, Leicester, titled, identified

Size: 160 x 760mm (print), 250 x 800mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA1996F   [October] 1996
Freshers group, outside the dining room, in casual/smart dress, by Richard Snart of Oadby, Leicester, titled, identified

Size: 205 x 750mm (print), 350 x 890mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA1997   [June] 1997
College group, outside the dining room, in smart dress, by Richard Snart of Oadby, Leicester, titled, identified

Size: 170 x 750mm (print), 250 x 800mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA2002F   [October] 2002
Freshers group, outside the dining room, in casual/smart dress, titled, identified

Size: 170 x 355mm (print), 345 x 460mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA2003F   [October] 2003
Freshers group, outside the dining room, in casual/smart dress, titled, identified

Size: 170 x 355mm (print), 345 x 460mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA2004F   [October] 2004
Freshers group, outside the dining room, in casual/smart dress, titled, identified

Size: 180 x 355mm (print), 300 x 400mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA2005F   [October] 2005
College Freshers, with some college staff, outside the college, in casual dress, with a row of freshers' reps in their bright red/maroon polo shirts, titled with the college crest and identified, [by Phoenix Photography]

Size: 180 x 355mm (print), 295 x 390mm (mount)
UND/F13/FA2006F   [October] 2006
College Freshers, with some college staff, outside the college, in casual dress, with a row of freshers' reps in theirpurple/green polo shirts, titled with the college crest and identified, [by Phoenix Photography]

Size: 180 x 355mm (print), 295 x 390 (mount)
UND/F13/FA2007F   [October] 2007
College Freshers, with some college staff, outside the college, in casual dress, with a row of freshers' reps in their green/maroon polo shirts, titled with the college crest and identified, [by Phoenix Photography]

Size: 180 x 355mm (print), 295 x 390 (mount)
UND/F13/FA2008F   [October] 2008
College Freshers, with some college staff, outside the college, in casual dress, with a row of freshers' reps in their green/maroon polo shirts, titled with the college crest and identified, [by Phoenix Photography]

Size: 180 x 355mm (print), 295 x 390 (mount)
UND/F13/FA2009F   [October] 2009
College Freshers, with some college staff, outside the college, in casual dress, with a row of freshers' reps in their maroon/green polo shirts, titled with the college crest and identified, [by Phoenix Photography]

Size: 180 x 355mm (print), 295 x 390 (mount)
UND/F13/FA2010F   [October] 2010
College Freshers, with some college staff, outside the college, in casual dress, one dressed as a badger, with a row of freshers' reps in their maroon/black polo shirts, titled with the college crest and identified, [by Phoenix Photography]

Size: 180 x 355mm (print), 295 x 390 (mount)
UND/F13/FA2011F   [October] 2011
College Freshers, with some college staff, outside the college, in casual dress, one dressed as a badger, with a row of freshers' reps in their green/purple polo shirts, titled with the college crest and identified, [by Phoenix Photography]

Size: 180 x 355mm (print), 295 x 390 (mount)
UND/F13/FA2012F   [October] 2012
College Freshers, with some college staff, outside the college, in casual dress, one dressed as a badger, with a row of freshers' reps in their pink polo shirts, titled with the college crest and identified, [by Phoenix Photography]

Size: 180 x 355mm (print), 295 x 390 (mount)
UND/F13/FA2013F   [October] 2013
College Freshers, with some college staff, outside the college, in casual dress, one dressed as a badger, with a row of freshers' reps in their maroon polo shirts, titled with the college crest and identified, [by Phoenix Photography]

Size: 180 x 355mm (print), 295 x 390 (mount)
Boat Club
Reference: UND/F13/FB
UND/F13/FB1949   December 1949
SAC rowing four winning the Novices race: cox Hazel Crawford, stroke Eileen Knowles, 3 Margaret Wake, 2 Helena Lund, bow Diasy Sharpe.

Size: 115 x 170mm
Copied from original of Dr Eileen Polding nee Knowles (correspondence in UND/F13/H1).
UND/F13/FB1998   [March] 1998
Boat Club, variously in shirts/rowing tops and leggings, with a pair of crossed blades, on Prebends Bridge, cathedral beyond, titled and identified: Andrew Walton, Andy Wilde, Peter King, Andrew Turton, Kirsty Scott, Rob Drever-Smith, James Darwin, Kirsty Birch, Jon May (capt), Esme Wingrove, James Livesey, Simon Babes, Jo Walker, Stuart Eccles, Tom Dodd, Eric Crane, Jo Penrose, Charlotte Sanderson, Hannah Hodgson, Douglas Haig, Liz Greenwood, Sarah Webb, Laura Garlvin, Mel Larter, Louise Calveley, Helen Wardrill, Charlie Edwards.

Size: 190 x 240mm
UND/F13/FB1999   [June] 1999
Boat Club, variously in shirts/rowing tops and leggings, with a pair of crossed blades (now cleavers), on Prebends Bridge, cathedral beyond, titled and identified: Rob Dean, Jon May, Andy Wilde, James Darwin, James Livesey, Paul Chaplain, Nuno Simoes, Rob Drever-Smith, John Wood, Andrew Turton, Stuart Eccles, James Brady, Kevin Walsh, Paul Floodgate, Georg Richvoldson, Simon Wray, Richard Oakham, Sean Gibson, Paul Conaghan, Jon Bierman, Laura Dillingham, Kareen Holliday, Elizabeth Barnaby, Suzie Hampett, Kysinia Reynolds, Louise Calveley, Allison Hall, Rebecca Christie, Charlotte Edwards, Fiona Holland, Laura Galvin, Fran Alcock, Erica White, George Lundy, Sarah Diggory.

Size: 190 x 250mm
UND/F13/FB2012   [June 2012]
Boat Club 2011/12, [all members] in purple polo shirts, green tee shirts (badger with blade), polo shirts, hoodies, tops or rowing all in ones, in front of Prebends Bridge, titled and identified

Size: 205 x 355mm
Football
Reference: UND/F13/FC
UND/F13/FC1998/1   [March] 1998
Football 1st XI, in shirts, shorts, socks and boots, with a ball, on Prebends Bridge, cathedral beyond, titled and identified: Jon Ling, Matt Hill, Paul Pritchard, Paul Buliston, Steve Angus, Steve Gordon, Chris Whitaker, Toni Suarez-Martinez (capt), Ben Sampler, Mark Leary, Jim Smith.

Size: 190 x 240mm
UND/F13/FC1998/2   [March] 1998
Football 2nd XI, in shirts, shorts, socks and boots, with 2 balls, on Prebends Bridge, cathedral beyond, titled and identified: Duncan Weisters, Jon Simpson, Jason Hall, Paul Pritchard, Steve Angus, Luke Bridges, Duncan Laird, Ben Sampler, Jon Matthews, Paul Burliston, Steve Gordon, Martin Firbank, Neil Parkinson.

Size: 190 x 240mm
UND/F13/FC1998/W   [March] 1998
Women's football team, in shirts, shorts, socks and boots, with a ball, on Prebends Bridge, cathedral beyond, titled (trophy finalists) and identified: Kelly Howard, Chris Greenwood, Tamy Twort, Anna Fowler, Sopher Wetherall, Rebecca Dell, Mel Dow, Sarah Cunliffe, Helouise Jackson (capt), Lucy Porteous, Laura Casey, Kate Higgins.

Size: 190 x 240mm
UND/F13/FC1999/1   [June] 1999
Football 1st XI, in shirts, shorts, socks and boots, with a ball, outside the college, cathedral beyond, titled and identified: Ben Sampler, Tim Hayes, Matt Herring, Fergus Bailie, Kevin WIlson, Paul Carey, Dan Belcher, James Parkin, Bruce Moran, Mike McGrath, Chris Whitaker, Toni Suarez-Martinez, Mark Leary.

Size: 190 x 250mm
UND/F13/FC1999/2   [June] 1999
Football 2nd XI, in shirts, shorts, socks and boots, with a ball, outside the college, cathedral beyond, titled and identified: Gregory Nash, Steve McBurney, Ewan Kerr, Ryan Reed, Jon Bierman, Alex Corner, Hamish McNair-Wilson, Frank Suarez-Martinez, Gavin Harrison, Jon May, Ben Cantwell, Mark Pipkin, Duncan Laird, Neil Parkinson, Paul Conaghan, Chris Gibson, Ian Symmington.

Size: 190 x 250mm
UND/F13/FC1999/W   [June] 1999
Women's football team, in shirts, shorts, socks and trainers, with a ball, on Prebend's Bridge, cathedral beyond, titled and identified: Rowena Brown, Debbie Lakeman, Anne-Laure Maddy, Kate Langley, George Walton, Jenny Bickett, Dawn Stirrup, Amy Parker, Sarah Lewis, Ceri Loughlin, Emma Dean, Rachael Slater, Louise Adams, Rebecca Dell, Pippa Greenland, Sarah Cunliffe.

Size: 190 x 250mm
Rugby
Reference: UND/F13/FD
UND/F13/FD1998   [March] 1998
Rugby team, in shirts, shorts, socks and boots, with a ball, on Prebends Bridge, cathedral beyond, titled and identified: Marcus Jones, Simon Clough, Paul Ryan, Martin Curtis, Matt Merrick, Russ Burnett, Mark Crisp, Nick Burt, Gavin Harrison, John Ellard, Duncan Watt, Colin Walker, John Crews, Rhandir Wanigasekara, Terry Portch, Mark Ward, Matt Read, Mike Bradshaw, Euan Brown, Tom O'Sullivan, Paul Jones, Tim Spence (capt), Simon West, Jo Packer, Alex Kaupa.

Size: 190 x 250mm
UND/F13/FD1999   [June] 1999
Rugby team, in shirts, shorts, socks and boots, with a ball, on Prebends Bridge, cathedral beyond, titled and identified: Ben Saunders, Iain Wearmouth, Paul Ryan, Matt Merrick, Tim Spence, Tim Jones, Rich O'Hanlon, Gethan Rees, Alex Kaupa, Dna Johnson, Stuart Brady, Tom Hughes, John Ellard, Niall Craig, Ian Beresford, Simon West, Mark Crisp, Ed Lance.

Size: 190 x 250mm
Netball
Reference: UND/F13/FE
UND/F13/FE1998   [March] 1998
Netball team, in shirts with lettered tabards, with a ball, on Prebends Bridge, cathedral beyond, titled and identified: Zee Gilmore, Debs Johnson, Nicky Johnson, Clare Young, Helouise Jackson, Helen Mundell, Ali Meaken (capt), Lindsay Henderson, Caroline Smith.

Size: 190 x 240mm
UND/F13/FE1999   [June] 1999
Netball team, in polo shirts, with a ball, on Prebends Bridge, cathedral beyond, titled and identified: Natalie Wiggins, Joanne Woodward, Claudia Botham, Lucy Wheatley, Caroline Smith, Ellie Brown, Jackie Burke, Lindsey Henderson, Anne-Laure Maddy.

Size: 190 x 250mm
Basketball
Reference: UND/F13/FF
UND/F13/FF1998   [March] 1998
Men's basketball team, in shirts ( “Aidan's” with numbers), shorts, socks and trainers, with a ball, on Prebends Bridge, cathedral beyond, titled and identified: Pete Brown (capt), Johannes Schickler, Matt Banks, Russ Jackson, Anthony Hallloran, Andy Cook, Yoshinori Tazoe, Jim Smith, Ian Symmington.

Size: 190 x 240mm
Cricket
Reference: UND/F13/FG
UND/F13/FG1999   [June] 1999
Cricket team, mostly in whites, some shirts and sweaters badged, on Prebend's Bridge, cathedral beyond, titled and identified: Andy Cook, Rich Martindale, Matt Merrick, Iain Wearmouth, Simon West, Alex Kaupa, Rich O'Hanlon, Mike McGrath, Kevin Walsh, Stuart Brady, Tom Hughes.

Size: 190 x 250mm
Hockey
Reference: UND/F13/FH
UND/F13/FH1998M   [March] 1998
Men's hockey team, in shirts, shorts, socks and trainers, with sticks, on Prebend's Bridge, cathedral beyond, titled and identified: Steve Rea, Colin Walker, Paul Rhode, Toni Suarez-Martinez, Jon Matthews, Phil Browsil.

Size: 190 x 240mm
UND/F13/FH1998W   [March] 1998
Women's hockey team, in shirts, tracksuits, and trainers, with crossed sticks, on Prebend's Bridge, cathedral beyond, titled (league champions) and identified: Poppy Kirkwood, Kelly Howard, Anna Fowler, Lizzie Bryce (capt), Jane Barlow, Lisa Suttie, Emma Lowe, Sophie Wetherall, Sarah Waterworth, Leshia Hawkins, Sarah Cunliffe, Chris Greenwood, Rebecca Dell.

Size: 190 x 240mm
UND/F13/FH1999M   [June] 1999
Men's hockey team, in shirts, shorts, socks and trainers, with crossed sticks, on Prebend's Bridge, cathedral beyond, titled and identified: Kevin Walsh, Simon Clough, Rich Martindale, Andy Cook, Evan Mulligan, Christian Schleup, Tim Jones, Tom Hughes, Peter Russell, Steve Rea, Jan Irving, Ben Sampler.

Size: 190 x 250mm
UND/F13/FH1999W   [June] 1999
Women's hockey team, in shirts, shorts, socks and trainers, with crossed sticks, on Prebend's Bridge, cathedral beyond, titled and identified: Lisa Suttie, Leisha Hawkins, Anna Fowler, Sarah Waterworth, Sophie Wetherall, Annie Kettley, Rebecca Dell, Poppy Kirkwood, Georgina Hill.

Size: 190 x 250mm
Buildings
Reference: UND/F13/FY
UND/F13/FY1   [c.1950]
Views of Shincliffe and environs:
1,2. The River Wear.
3. Shincliffe High Street.
4. Distant view of Shincliffe Hall across a harvested corn field wth corn stocks.
5. Shincliffe Hall.

Size: 120 x 170mm
Copied from originals of Mrs Patricia Vale nee Rowe (SAC 1946-1950) (correspondence in UND/F13/H1).
UND/F13/FY2   1961 - 1970
View of the college, mostly exterior.
1. Miss Scott cutting the first sod, 1961.
2. College being built, in snow, December 1963.
3-8. College buildings exteriors, building site, August 1964.
9-13. College buildings exteriors, building site, and interiors, including the library, September 1964.
14-18. College buildings exteriors, west wing and dining hall, and interiors, dining hall, August 1965.
19-20. St Aidan's Association group outside the entrance, 1965.
21. Dining hall interior, students at breakfast, winter 1965/6.
22-25. College buildings exteriors, dining hall, pond, west wing, 1966.
26-31. Crocuses and daffodils along the steps down from the college, 1966.
32-37. Views of the pond (bull rushes, water hawthorn) and roses (Masquerade), and out from the front hall.
38. Cow Green Reservoir, research on the flora, Judith Turner, Tony Wharton, Jim, 1967.
39-42. College exteriors, staff houses and Elvet Hill House wood in snow, 1968.
43-49. Pond (water lily), roses (Syperstar and Kathleen Prowse), and tulips, 1968.
50-51. Views out from the SCR taken by Miss Sharp, ?1968.
52. View of the college from the golf course, taken by Mike Richards, 1970.
53. Dining hall exterior, August 1966.
54. Distant view of the college over a corn field.
55. Principal's flat interior.
56-58. Dining hall interior, one at breakfast.
59-62. 24 North Bailey gardens.
63. Mr Bell, clerk of works, standing in his office doorway.

Size: 35mm
UND/F13/FY3   [1962]
24 & 26 North Bailey:
1. Exterior street frontage, August 1962.
2. Common room interior, fireplace, 2 copies.
3. Library interior, desks and bookshelves.
4. Double student room, beds, desk, chair.
5. Single student room, bed, desk, chair.

UND/F13/FY4   [c.1965]
Views of Shincliffe Hall:
1. Aerial, C5224.
2. Exterior of the front of the hall.
3. Exterior of the front of the hall through trees [from across the river].
4. Exterior of the side of the hall and grounds.
5-7. Exterior front of the building at the rear.
8-9. Interiors of the common room.

Size: 90-210 x 140-210mm
UND/F13/FY5   [c.1965]
Shincliffe Hall:
1-3. Common room interiors showing chairs, tables, fireplace, picture.
4. Exterior of the back across the gardens.
5. Exterior of the front across the gardens.

Size: 165/205 x 165/205mm
UND/F13/FY6   2 May 1967
College exterior and interior views, by Henk Snoek of 44a Pentonville Road, London, one stamped with the date.
1. Dining hall exterior side-on, with pond, S66 2357.
2. Dining hall exterior straight-on, with pond and students walking, S66 2359.
3. Library interior, student working at a table, others sitting, display case, S66 2361.
4. JCR interior, students sitting reading, S66 2370.
5. JCR interior, noticeboard, student sitting on floor working, S66 2374.
6. Dining hall exterior side-on, with pond, student walking, S66 2376.

Size: 170 x 215mm
UND/F13/FY7   [?1967]
College views:
1. View over Durham, especially the cathedral, from the entrance, daffodils in the foreground.
2. Curve exterior.
3. Dining hall interior, tables laid.

Size: 170 x 215mm
UND/F13/FY7A   [c.1970]
College aerial view by Aerofilms, A190716.

Size: 95 x 145mm
UNF/F13/FY8   6 October 1972
Exteriors of the dining hall and curve buildings (4) and interiors of the dining hall with places laid (4).

Size: 120 x 90mm
UNF/F13/FY9   [?mid 1970s]
Exterior view of the gardens, curve and dining hall.

Size: 140 x 210mm
UNF/F13/FY10   [June 1976]
Chapel interiors.

UNF/F13/FY11   [?1977]
Interior views by Turners (Photography) Ltd of 7-15 Pink Lane, Newcastle, used in July 1977 prospectus.
1. Library with students working at tables, 66402E.
2. Dining hall, tables bare, plants in view, 66402B.

Size: 200 x 250mm
UND/F13/FY12   [c.1978]
Views of the college building exteriors:
1. The end of the curved wing, with scaffolding.
2. The drive up to the entrance.

Copied from originals of Mrs Angela Wilson nee Leeder (SAC 1975-1979) (correspondence in UND/F13/H1).
UNF/F13/FY13   September 1986
Exteriors of the college buildings.

Size: 90 x 130mm
UNF/F13/FY14   [?September 1986]
Exteriors of the dining hall and curve.

Size: 100 x 150mm
UNF/F13/FY15   Summer 1992
College views:
1. Ivy-covered accommodation, exterior, laburnum tree in flower.
2. Pond with fountain playing, accommodation blocks beyond.
3. Gardens with dining hall beyond.
4. Cathedral.
5. Sunset on trees with cathedral beyond.
6. Chapel interior.

Size: 90/100 x 130x150mm
UND/F13/FY16   10 July 1996
Aerial view of the college by AirFotos Ltd.

Size: 200 x 200mm
UND/F13/FY17   [c.2000]
The [new] triangular bench in the grounds near the pond.

Individuals, Groups and Events
Reference: UND/F13/FZ
UND/F13/FZ1   1947 - c.1955
1. SAC Rag group (LtoR) Elizabeth Blake, Muriel Hall, Ann Millidge, Margart Hadley, Chris Gibbs, Jill Percy, Rosemary Quinlan, Lindsay McNeill, 1948/49, Northern Echo copyright.
2. St Cuthbert's/SAC on Palace Green: LtoR back row John Milton, Ken Shimeld, Glyn Hughes; middle row Linday McNeill (Mrs Usher), Elisabeth Read (Mrs Page), Pam Tucker (Mrs Leach); front row Soda the dog, Sheila Walker, Maida Sturge, Marion Oldfield, Summer 1947.
3. Students sitting on Palace Green in front of the notice boards, LtoR: Doreen Moores, Dinah Mittchell-Dawson, Joan Bidgood, Yolande Cross, Elisabeth Read, later 1940s.
4. Graduation, in full academic dress, LtoR: Doreen Moores (Mrs Gregory), Elisabeth Read (Mrs Page), Rosemary Norris (Mrs Wilson), mortar boards on top of Lindsay McNeill, June 1950.
5-6. SAC Reunion outside at Shincliffe Hall, LtoR: Doreen Moores (Mrs Gregory), Elizabeth Read (Mrs Page), Rosemary Norris (Mrs Wilson), Yolande Cross, Patricia Rowe “Timmy” (Mrs Vale), Isobel (Mrs Manning), 1950s. With an original.

Copied from originals of Mrs Lindsay Usher nee McNeill (SAC 1947-1950) (correspondence in UND/F13/H1).
UND/F13/FZ2   [c.1948]
Rag float “Football Every Saturday”, dressed as footballers or supporters

Copied from original of Muriel East (1946-49).
UND/F13/FZ3   [c.1949]
4 girls walking along a woodland path [near Shincliffe Hall], ?Eileen Knowles 2nd from R.

Size: 115 x 170mm
Copied from original of Dr Eileen Polding nee Knowles (correspondence in UND/F13/H1).
UND/F13/FZ4   [c.1950]
6 students dressed for Rag [including Patricia Rowe] bearing placards “Grounded” and “Forever Damper”.

Size: 60 x 90mm
From Mrs Patricia Vale nee Rowe (SAC 1946-1950) (correspondence in UND/F13/H1).
UND/F13/FZ5   [c.1950]
Wedding of Patricia Rowe to Vivian Vale, in a church doorway, with bridesmaids behind, by Portman Press Bureau Ltd of SLoane St, London SW1.

Size: 215 x 165mm
UND/F13/FZ6   [c.1950]
1. SAC Rag float “Either Too Young or Too Old!”, Isobel Manning in trilby, Betty Bennison in front of her, Doreen Moores in glasses, Elizabeth Blake standing at the rear.
2. Academic procession for Chancellor Trevelyan's installaton leaving the castle gate.
3. View from the castle keep of students in academic dress processing across the castle courtyrd to the Great Hall for graduation.
4. [Isobel Manning's] family at the Great Hall entrance [for graduation].

UND/F13/FZ7   [c.1951]
1. SAC Rag float “NSPCC”.
2. SAC Rag float “Lonely Hearts”.
3. Durham Colleges Light Opera Group “Iolanthe” cast and some of the orchestra [1951].

Size: 120/165 x 170/215mm
Copied from originals of Mrs Margaret Hastings nee Hickman (SAC 1949-1952) (correspondence in UND/F13/H1).
UND/F13/FZ8   October/November 1954
Students in gowns after attending a cathedral service on a Sunday outside East House at Shincliffe (LtoR):
1. Pat Page, Mary Wood, Margaret Currant, Mary Wall, Edwina Newman, Penelope Davies, Penelope Loewe, Bridget Harper.
2. Denise Lardner, Valerie Owens, Pat Page, Mary Wood, Margaret Currant, Margaret Wall, Edwina Newman, Penelope Loewe, Bridget Harper

Copied from originals of Margaret Currant (correspondence in UND/F13/H1).
UND/F13/FZ9   [c.1955]
Wedding photo of Enid Parker and Harold Evans in a garden, by William Cull, 18 Hamilton Square, Birkenhead.

Size: 140 x 85mm
UND/F13/FZ10   [1956]
1. SAC Rag float “Renovations for Stonehenge” .
2. 4 female students [including Diane Moore] in gowns and mortarboards outside the College abbey gate.

UND/F13/FZ11   [c.1957 - 1960]
Copy photos provided by Diana Strode (St Aidan's 1956-1958):
1. Students outside Shincliffe Hall: Diana Wells, Sheila King, Barbara Smith, Sue Laverley, Stella Cayless, Iris Lacey, Lesley Brown.
2. Students outside Shincliffe Hall: Iris Lacey, Lesley Brown, Stella Cayless.
3. Visit of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip 1960, walking out from the Castle Bailey, lined by students: Joyce Goult, Sheila King, Diana Wells and Liz Harrison of St Aidan's identified.

Size: A4
UND/F13/FZ12   21 December 1962
Miss Scott, principal, cutting the first sod for the new building, watched by various including Derman Chsitopherson.

Size: 160 x 215mm
UND/F13/FZ13   [c.1964]
1. 2 girls admiring a paper skeleton hanging outside the window at the back of ?24 or 26 North Bailey.
2. 6 girls sunbathing/working in the garden of ?24 or 26 North Bailey.
3. Rag tricycle race round Palace Green in rain and snow, one ice-cream tricycle and one child's tricycle.
4. [?Sue Watkins] and male friend with gown outside in the North Bailey.

Size: 120 x 170mm
Copied from originals of Mrs Sue Whitehead nee Watkins (SAC 1962-1965) (correspondence in UND/F13/H1).
UND/F13/FZ14   [1965 x 1970]
Reunion, outside the entrance to the new buildings, with Dame Enid Russell-Smith kneeling with alumnae standing around.

Size: 200 x 250mm
UND/F13/FZ15   June 1966
Official opening of the new college buildings, North of England Newspapers 66/6/620.:
1. Walking though the new college in full academic dress: Dr Horace King, Sir Derman Christopherson VC and the earl of Scarbrough chancellor. North of England Newspapers 66/6/620.
2. Dr Horace King in a suit, having a cup of tea, scone and cigarette with c.6 students.

Size: 200 x 200mm
UND/F13/FZ16   [c.1967]
[Rag] chariot races round Palace Green with ?[Ingrid Burmeister] as ?Boadicea pulled by two men.

Size: 120 x 170mm
Copied from originals of Mrs Ingrid E.B. O'Mahoney nee Burmeister (SAC 1965-1968) (correspondence in UND/F13/H1).
UND/F13/FZ17   1968 - 1969
1. Rag Week raft, February 1968.
2. 5 crocus bulb planters opposite the college entrance, Autumn 1968.
3. Porter clearing snow off the path opposite the entrance, February 1969.

Copied from originals of Mrs Louise Noble (correspondence in UND/F13/H1).
UND/F13/FZ18   [1969]
4 female students in full academic dress at graduation on Palace Green.

Size: 115 x 170mm
Copied from original of Mrs Lorn McGowan nee Pople (SAC 1965-69) (correspondence in UND/F13/H1).
UND/F13/FZ19   [c.1970]
Prof W.B. Fisher with his portrait and [the artist ?], in black tie.

Size: 165 x 215mm
UND/F13/FZ20   [c.1970]
Male and female [student], at a ?ball, seated at a piano.

Size: 90 x 140mm
UND/F13/FZ21   [c.1970]
College interiors by Henk Snoek of Claremont Hall, 44a Pentonville Road, London
1. Lodge and front entrance, Eunice Mann on the phone, student by the post box, S66 2363.
2. Student on a chair in the JCR reading a magazine, view of the grounds outside, S66 2373.

Size: 170 x 215mm
UND/F13/FZ22   1970 - 1971
Copies of photos provided [by Val Wise]
1. St Aidan's Rag Pipe Band about to enter the band marathon in Rag Week 1970, 1 image.
1. Room B108 and occupant early 1970, 1 image.
2. Selling rag mags in the Market Place March 1970, 1 image.
2. Bed race on Palace Green, the Aidansmobile, Rag Week March 1970, 3 images.
3-5. St Aidans v St John's women's rugby match Rag Week 1971, muddy, including Val Wise being dragged through the mud, 10 images.
6. St Aidan's formals 1970/71, 3 images.
7-9. With the programme for the Rag Charity walk 7/8 March 1970.

Size: 95 x 95mm
UND/F13/FZ23   [1970 - 1971]
Copy photos of Val Davis (1969-71)
1. 4 students walking up/down the steps outside college, on the way to Saturday sports, cathedral beyond, Val Davis identified.
2. Formal ball 1971/72, 4 boys with 4 girls.
3. Formal ball c.1971, 3 boys with 2 girls.
4. Informal ball 1971/72, 3 boys with 3 girls.

UND/F13/FZ24   [c.December 1981]
St Aidan's first men's football team in action, Adam Davison and chef Dick Park identified.

Size: 200 x 230mm
UND/F13/FZ25   [1981 x 1982]
?JCR social event, 3 boys (1 dressed as a Roman) and 5 girls.

Size: 205 x 255mm
UND/F13/FZ26   June 1982
1-3. Views of the garden party. 20 June.
4-9. Students at the college ball “Putting on the Ritz”, including the band “The Toads” performing in a marquee, identified: Andy Parsley, John McDonald, Louise Henderson, Christopher Tombs, Claire Blanch, Peter Bridgewater, Caroline Watson, Gareth Green. 25 June.
10-13. Launch by the principal with bubbly of the new four rowing shell “Iona” on stretchers at the boat house and in the Wear, identified: Jonathan Cope, the principal, Kathy Haverin, Anna Page, Pete Green, Neil Robertson, Duncan Emsley. 28 June.
14-15. A band Tashauna playing in the dining hall, identified: Kevin Milner, Tim Barker, Achim Tennigert. 28 June.
16. The principal Irene Hindmarsh welcoming the chancellor Dame Margot Fonteyn to the college, with the vice-chancellor Fred Holliday in attendance. 29 June.
17. Dining hall lunch after the chancellor's inauguration. 30 June.

Size: 90 x 130mm
UND/F13/FZ27   15 July 1982
Cutting of the chapel tapestry (theme: the tree of the knowledge of good and evil) from the loom by the principal, Irene Hindmarsh, in the dining hall, with Miss Marguerite Elliott, fellow in Liturgical Art and weaver of the tapestry, and her father.

Size: 130 x 95mm
UND/F13/FZ28   October 1982
Scullers' head, boats assembled, from Prebends Bridge towards the weir, misty, by Peter Bridgewater.

Size: 175 x 250mm
UND/F13/FZ29   December 1982
Album of views of Durham, St Aidan's College buildings and people, by William Hobson, member of St Aidan's SCR and formerly laision officer between Phoenix Assurance and the university.
1. View of the cathedral and castle.
2. Entry to Mill Hill Lane.
3. Curved wing of St Aidan's.
4. Dr Margaret Harvey, resident tutor, outside, crocuses.
5. Mr K. Pechartscheck, domestic administrator, outside, crocuses.
6. Dr I. Papps, SCR resident, Economics Dept, outside, crocuses.
7. Students climbing the steps from the Elvet Hill Road, St Mary's College beyond.
8. Dr Judy Turner, resident tutor, outside.
9. Looking up St Aidan's Drive.
10. Sir Derman and Lady Christopherson, outside the dining hall, roses.
11. Dr M.J. Tooley, SCR member, outside, clematis.
12. Hassain Dabbagh, with pipe, inside.
13. Hassain Dabbagh, with pipe, inside.
14. Mrs Al-Iman, SCR resident, outside by the pond.
15. Mr Roger Brown, deputy surveyor, outside.
16. 14 South St, lookin gup the street.
17. 14 South St, looking down the street.
18. Mr and Mrs B. Cooke, senior bursar, outside sitting on a bench.
19. Mrs R. Ball, bursar's secretary, outside with dog.
20. Miss S. McNicoll, SCR member, outside, clematis.
21. Mrs M.H. Taylor vice-principal & Mrs Watson on her right, outside.
22. End of the curved wing.
23. Mr L. Griffiths, gardener, on a tractor lawn mover, retired 1980.
24. Dining hall interior.
25. Window ledge and Christmas cactus.
26. Building extension with workmen.
27. Building extension with workmen.
28. New extension, inner view.
29. New extension, outer view.
30. Mr P.A. Boobyer, university surveyor.
31. Plants on dining hall balcony.
32. Irene Hindmarsh, principal in academic dress as pro-vice-chancellor.

Size: 90 x 125mm (prints), 100 x 150mm (album)
UND/F13/FZ30   February/March 1988
Practical Arts exhihibition in the Shincliffe Room organised by Katriona John:
Katriona John with Dr R.A. Lomas vice-principal admiring a photo.
3 pottery chessmen

Size: 130 x 180mm
UND/F13/FZ31   [c.1990]
Painting of Miss Ethleen Scott principal, half-length, in academic dress.

Size: 125 x 100mm
UND/F13/FZ32   [c.1990]
Drawing by Tom McGuinness 1969 of Dame Enid Russell-Smith, principal, half-length, working at a desk, 1969.

Size: 125 x 100mm
UND/F13/FZ33   [c.1990]
Painting of Miss Irene Hindmarsh, principal, in academic pro-vice-chancellor's robes, half-length.

Size: 125 x 100mm
UND/F13/FZ34   [c.1990]
Dr Peter Clarke, principal, half length, jacket and tie.

Size: 130 x 100mm (print), 295 x 210mm (copy)
Printed: G.E. Rodmell, St Aidan's from Home Students to Society to College (Durham 1997), p.137
UND/F13/FZ35   [c.1991]
Robert Williams, principal, half length, in academic robes.

Size: 130 x 100mm (print), 295 x 210mm (copy)
Printed: G.E. Rodmell, St Aidan's from Home Students to Society to College (Durham 1997), p.185
UND/F13/FZ36   10 December 1993
Opening of the Lindisfarne Centre, Sir Peter Ustinov unveiling a plaque on a lectern, and speaking, and viewing a game of a form of dominoes, also Prof Evelyn Ebsworth, the principal Robert Williams, the mayor and mayoress of Durham and others.

Size: 125 x 125mm
UND/F13/FZ37   [c.1995]
Group of Sir Peter Ustinov, the principal Robert WIlliams and other ?SCR members

Size: 160 x 205mm
Publications
Reference: UND/F13/G
UND/F13/G1   [c.1975] - [c.1998]
St Aidan's College prospectuses, the [c.1975] one including maps of the college and the university's arts departments.

UND/F13/G2   [February 1990] - February 2011
Student magazines:
The Aidan's Bogletter, [February 1990] issue only, photocopy, stained
The A-spot, Issue 1 [October 2005], including Ban all religion?, Sex in the Univer-city, fashion, films, puzzles, Ask Anna and Ask Tex, edited by Robert Webster
Never Say No to Badger, Issue 3 [November c.2008], edited by Katy, and issues for 25 October & 21 November 2010 and 30 January (part only) and 20 February 2011

UND/F13/G3   1965 - 2005
College household arrangements and regulations, produced annually in October, which became the college handbook by 1992, for: 1965, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1992, 1998, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005.

UND/F13/G4   1958 - 1961
Newspaper cuttings about the college, from the Durham Advertiser, photocopies:
The idea of and designs for the new college, photos of staff and students dining, Mrs Pat Slater wife of the master of University College, the retirement of Miss Ethleen Scott (with image), 4 freshers in the 1958 Rag (Margaret Doherty, Ann Dufton, Margaret Bamlett, Margaret Welton) and the new buildings.

UND/F13/G5   [c.1980]
The Garden of St Aidan's College, by the College Garden Committee, with drawings by Susan Court

UND/F13/G6   [c.1995]
“Bed and Breakfast and Self-Catering”, colour, illustrated

UND/F13/G7   1997
St Aidan's from Home Students to Society to College, by Graham E. Rodmell, dedicted to the principal [John Ashworth]

UND/F13/G8   [c.2000]
Directions for getting to St Aidan's, with plans of the city and the college.

Deposited Collections
Reference: UND/F13/H
UND/F13/H1
Material for Graham Rodmell's History of the College

UND/F13/H1/1   1977 - 1996
Interviews and reminiscences for the College History:
1 & 2. Dame Enid Russell-Smith and Miss Pat Robinson.
3 & 4. Miss Scott; Mrs Blyth; Dr Urquhart; Mrs Prowse nee Calvert (17 April 1977); Eunice Mann.
5-7. Lt-Col & Mrs L. Slater; Col & Mrs J.C.R. FitzGerald-Lombard; Mrs Mabel Taylor; Mrs Dodo Hood.
8-10. Mrs Blyth; Dr Gibby; Dr & Mrs S. Holgate.
11-14. Miss Shirley Dex; Sir Derman Christopherson; Mrs Isobel Manning; Rev Richard Bevan; Miss Isobel Rowlandson.
15. Dr S. Holgate, 9 August 1995.
16. Dr Peter Clarke, 6 May 1996.
17. Miss Irene Hindmarsh, 20 September 1996.
18. Sir Fred Holliday, 28 September 1996.

UND/F13/H1/2   August 1995 - September 1996
Correspondence, notes, interview transcripts and reminiscences about the history of the college and their involvement with it from: John Bull, Peter Clarke (with a CV), Peter and Di Evans, Eric Halliday, Irene Hindmarsh (with a CV and seating plan for a 1973 dinner), Sir Frederick Holliday, Jill [Ivy], David Knight, Sarah Knight, Richard Lomas, Tariq Sadiq, Ian Simmons, Elizabeth [Swift], Jo [Tudor], Judy Turner, Robert Williams (with a CV), Dr Gibby (with a history of 24 North Bailey).

Closed until 2027 as some submitted in confidence
UND/F13/H1/3   June 1995 - June 1997
Letters and reminscences sent to Graham Rodmell and his assistant Elizabeth Swift in response to an appeal letter of June 1995 and then a notice in Durham First seeking information about alumnae's time at college. A number also sent in photos which were usually copied and returned; the copies are now generally in UND/F13/FY and FZ.
1,53,60,64. Mrs Isobel Manning (nee Horton, 1947-50).
2. Mrs Kathleen N. Duncan (nee Dale, 1965-68).
3. Mrs Janice Hobday (1956-60).
4. Ruth Richardson (1949-52).
5. Mrs Lorna McGowan (nee Pople, 1965-69).
6. Mrs Joan Armstrong (nee Bidgood, 1947-51).
7. Margaret Glover (nee Waller, 1957-60).
8. Dr M. Susan Sladden (1947-50).
9. Mrs Vicky M.P. Wright (nee North, 1969-72).
10. Helen Morgan (nee de Chateleux, 1961-64).
11. Mrs Julia Kovach, (nee Tolley, 1957-60) including 3 copy letters from Miss Kathleen Scott 1961-1974.
12. Mrs Caroline Peacock, (nee Dingwall, 1967-70).
13. Mrs Maggy Clarke (nee Price, 1964-67).
14,49. Mrs Rowena Quantrill (nee Collins, 1961-64).
15,56. Mrs Lindsay Usher (nee McNeill, 1946-51) (with photos now in UND/F13/FZ and a copy tongue in cheek letter and bill from G. Greenwell grocer seeking payment of her bill).
16. Mrs Anne Gelston (nee Tombling, 1947-51).
17. Mrs Enid Evans (nee Parker, 1947-52), including a letter from Miss E.M. Scott 1947.
18. Mrs Thasolua Campbell (nee Anastasi, 1967-70).
19. Miss Hazel M. Smith (1967-71).
20. Mrs Muriel East (nee Hall, 1948-52).
21. Miss R. Lindy Perera (1968-71.
22,38. Mrs Margaret A. Hastings (nee Hickman, 1949-52), including a copy account of Chancellor Trevelyan's installation [1950].
23,35. Miss Marian C. Shackleton (1948-51).
24,34,40,73. Mrs Patricia Vale (nee Rowe, 1946-50) (with a photo now in UND/F13/FZ).
25. Mrs Helena M. Wright (nee Lund, 1948-51).
26. Jane Hepple (1968-72).
27,32,37,74,75. Evelyn Shire (1965-68).
28. Mrs Margaret Oliver (nee Finney, 1966-69).
29,50. Mrs Hilary Temple (nee Pountain, 1962-65).
30. Mrs Diana Strode (nee Wells, 1958-61).
31,33. Mrs Margaret Currant (1954-58) (with photos now in UND/F13/FZ).
36. Miss Claudia Temple (1992-95).
39. Dr David E. Bland.
41. Mrs Patricia A. Yaxley (nee Scott, 1955-58).
42. Mrs Glenys Bloomfield (nee Mason, 1979-84)
43,51. Mrs Diane Duncan (nee Moore, 1956-59) (with photos now in UND/F13/FZ).
44. Miss Margaret C. Calow (1950-1954).
45. Mrs Sue Whitehead (nee Watkins, 1962-65) (with photos now in UND/F13/FZ).
46. Mrs Ingrid E.B. O'Mahoney (nee Burmeister, 1965-68) (with photos now in UND/F13/FZ).
47. Mrs Angela Wilson (nee Leeder, 1975-79) (with photos now in UND/F13/FY).
48,58. Nia A. Pryde (1965-68).
52. Mrs Louise Noble (nee Budgett, 1967-71) (with photos now in UND/F13/FZ).
54. Dr Leonora Harding (1963-66).
56. Dr Eileen Polding (nee Knowles, 1949-52).
57. Jennifer Allison.
59. Betty E. Lawes (nee Bennison, 1947-51).
61. James Dening (1989-92).
62. Nancy Cavill (1989-92).
63. Elisabeth Page (nee Read, 1946-49).
65. Daphne Sharp (1966-94).
66. Miss Kathleen Chalkin.
67. Miss Sandra A. Ball (1983-87).
68. Gillian Corfield (nee Macy, 1959-62).
69. Susanna Emsley (nee Girling, 1983-86).
70. Karen Smith (nee Browes, 1980-83).
71. Margaret Kerr (nee Scragg, 1965-68).
72. Annabel O'Mahoney (nee Burrows, 1978-81).

UND/F13/H1/4   May 1995 - June 1997
Notebook recording research and work on the book and its subsequent promotion and sales.

UND/F13/H1/5   January 1964 - June 1972
Extracts from Dame Enid Russell-Smith's letters [by Rodmell] in chronological sequence describing all aspects of life in the college.

UND/F13/H1/6   May 1996 - June 1998
Correspondence, estimates and bills for the publication of the book.

UND/F13/H1/7   1977 - 1995
Historical notes about the college:
- Letter from Mrs D. Bailey describing life in lodgings at 210 Gilesgate in the 1950s, 6 September 1977.
- Postcard from Canon Tony Hart and note of GER about the removal of the chandelier to 6A The College, September 1995.
- Notes from Durham Colleges Council minutes about the formation of the Society, the purchase of Shincliffe Hall, the organisation of the Society, Miss Scott's retirement.
- Transcript of a phone call from Sidney Holgate about why St Aidan's did not become a college sooner, September 1995.
- Notes and copies of 1964 Palatinate and JCR minutes etc re Gillian Dawson.
- Extracts from records re the later 1940s.

UND/F13/H2   January 2014
Elizabeth Woodward's Rag DVD
Family home video consisting largely of holidays and excursions local and abroad, gardening, relaxing in the home, weddings, cricket, events in and around Durham including, two Durham Rag parades, royal visits and Durham Miners gala. The five parts of the video do not seem in chronological order and neither is the footage within each part. It seems to date largely from the early 1960s to early 1970s. Events depicted include in order:
Title 1 Gardening, working in an allotment, children playing with fleeting view of Kingsgate Bridge in background; walking along the Bailey with kids; countryside/rural auction?; family trip to Northumberland? village and countryside; fete/fair?; school sports day; cricket; River Wear flooding; military parade up the Bailey into the College?; last run of the Flying Scotsman north through Durham 1968; cricket with a famous cricketer?; church service in the same Northumberland? village as earlier; industrial area/factory with large brick chimney being destroyed with explosives, in a pit village?; tree chopped down in the College; family relaxing; school sports days; wedding; graduation ceremony outside the County Record Office; visit from Queen Elizabeth II? or Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother? Durham Town centre incl. Market, North/South Bailey; fete/party with an egg and spoon race; jubilee celebrations?; wedding.
Title 2 Drive from South Bailey down to the Market Square and out of Durham; Cricket with a famous player?; family holiday to USA and Canada? Incl. visit to Niagara falls, wedding, parade through US town, and visit to Toronto; working in garden/allotment; aeroplane pulling tricks; horse drawn plough (part of a competition?); traditional wheel making; relatives visit to UK?; family cruise to Italy icl. Pisa, Naples, Vesuvius, Pompeii, north Africa?; holiday to Caribbean incl. cricket in Barbados England vs West Indies (Greig and Knott batting)? Boat trips, and relaxing at the beach.
Title 3 Cruise to various places on the Black Watch; August 10 1979 – celebration of 150 years of the cricket club? Incl orchestra and march around the ground by Town Mayor?; wedding; various family scenes incl trip to a village, walks in the countryside, relaxing in garden and home; River Wear frozen over and the College covered in snow; war memorial service? with servicemen marching round Palace Green and in the College; drinking in the pub; cooking pancakes for Shrove Tuesday; camping with guides; cricket; Shakespeare tavern in Durham; family trip to London incl zoo, Buckingham palace, Trooping the Colour, Bank of England, Hyde Park; family holiday 1961 near seaside; birth of Adrian Buxton 7 January 1962; 14 January 1962 - kids playing in the garden in the snow; Douglas J. Taylor “At Home” 4 March 1962; Kids pushing family car 17 March 1962.
Title 4 Family trip to Housesteads; Fox hunting/steeplechasing; sports day; girl guides parade outside Palace Green; wedding; family relaxing in garden and at seaside; boat trip off Northumberland coast to Farne islands; family relaxing in house playing games, reading, sewing etc; Rag procession – St Aidans Float proceeds along the Bailey – south to north until outside castle on Palace Green – at this point lots of other floats which set off on their way down into town whilst being pelted with snowballs; Durham Miners Gala – brass bands, banners around town and into cathedral; Durham University Graduation Ceremony – graduates and families lining up to go into cathedral; holiday 1963 to ? (there are some cathedrals that could place this holiday but unfortunately I don’t recognise them); Debating Society – Mr P.G. Woodward discussing filmmaking; clips of choristers pupils – playing football going to the cathedral etc; Flower? Show and market in cathedral/cloisters; family holiday to Stranraer and across on the ferry to Belfast; family relaxing; cricket – local and then on TV – England vs Australia, Ashes?
Title 5 Mayors Sunday 26 May 1963 – Parades round Palace Green w/ horse and cart; Royal visit – castle flying royal standard, streams of people on Bailey behind cathedral and in cloisters – Royal car driven down hill towards Market Square; family holiday to coast of Scotland? Wales?; 29 April 1962 family relaxing in garden; 20 May 1962 relaxing in a house – making marmalade, playing cards etc; family trip to park with large pond; family gardening club 4 September 1960; holiday to Beddgelert, North Wales; family relaxing in the garden and at Christmas; Brass bands and parades near cathedral for veterans? Durham with snow – toboggan rides, snowball fights, December 1962/January 1963; cutting down tree and planting sapling along banks of Wear?; pheasant shooting; Red Arrows flyby and airshow at Seaham?; military parade up at Palace Green w/view from cathedral tower down onto Palace Green; Airshow/Red Arrows; Pparade round Palace Green w/horsedrawn carts and marching bands. – possibly part of Durham Rag 1971; Cricket w/famous players?
Many of the videos begin or are filmed from a doorway on the Bailey. In particular it is possible at 2.40 during title 5 to see the family emerge from this house on the Bailey.

Original held by Elizabeth Woodward; this copy made from her DVD by Palace Green Library January 2014.
UND/F13/H3   2007
Enid Russell-Smith 1903-1989, a record of her life, compiled by Robin Bostock-Smith, her nephew, and printed by Lulu, comprising:
p.5-6 Introduction explaining the volume by Bostock-Smith, with his appreciation of his aunt.
p.7-23 Photographs of Russell-Smith.
p.25-122 “In the Making” , her record of her life to 1925, written in the 1950s.
p.123-155 Times of My Life, 4 travel essays of trips by her of trips to Iceland, Norway, the Balkans, and Ruthenia in Czechoslovakia 1935-1938.
p.157-197 “Inside View” , recording her civil service career and subtitled “Recordings of a Civil Servant's Work 1925 to 1963” though it ends abruptly in 1951.
p.199-210 “Durham Letters” , summary of her letters September 1963 to January 1973 in DULSC ERS.
p.211-223 Other Views, comprising her Durham DCL oration, printd obituaries and her thanksgiving service address.
Inserted: a covering letter from Bostock-Smith sending it to the principal December 2007.

UND/F13/H4   March 1980
“Secretarial Duties File” based on Secretarial Practice Made Simple by Geoffrey Whitehead BSc (Econ), by Rowena Sunderland IS1, with an assessor's report and mark

UND/F13/H5   16 February 1989 & 19 September 1991
Soundtrack: First Term and Final Term, 1920-2000, A series of films for radio, produced by Wendy Pilmer, BBC North, transmitted on Radio 4.

UND/F13/H6   April 1988
Reminiscences of life in the early day's of St Aidan's Society by Mrs Lindsay Uhsae nee McNeill (SAC 1946-1951).

UND/F13/H7   1985 - 1986
Extracts of letters from former students to Miss Kathleen Scott for what would have been her 90th birthday.

Artefacts
Reference: UND/F13/I
UND/F13/I1   [c.1990]
The college arms, with the motto ( “Super Fundamentis Certis” ) above and “There's only one Aidan's College” below.

Size: 140 x 155mm (plaque), 180 x 200mm (mount)
UND/F13/I2   [c.1950]
Undergraduate gown, by Gray & Son of Durham, owned by Sheila M. Ackroyd.

Size: c.1200 x 1200mm
UND/F13/I3   [c.1950]
BA hood, [by Gray & Son of Durham].

Size: c.600 x 650m
UND/F13/I4   [c.1950]
Mortar board, by Gray & Son of Durham.

Size: 245 x 245 x 140mm
UND/F13/I5   [c.1950]
Undergraduate gown, by Ede and Ravenscroft

Size: c.1200 x 1200mm
UND/F13/I6   [c.1950]
BA hood, by Ede and Ravenscroft of London.

Size: c.600 x 800mm
UND/F13/I7   [c.1970]
BSc hood.

Size: c.700 x 800mm
UND/F13/I8   [c.1950]
St Aidan's blazer with Boat Club badge, of Daisy C.K. Sharpe (later Mrs Temple) (1949-1954).

Size: c.700 x 650mm
UND/F13/I9   [c.1950]
St Aidan's blazer, of Muriel East (later Mrs Hall) (1948-1952).

Size: c.700 x 650mm
UND/F13/I10   [c.1952]
Si Aidan's scarf of Janet Parkin (later Mrs Geeson) (1951-1955).

Size: 700 x 750mm
UND/F13/I11   [c.1964]
Original new college bedspread, preserved and donated by Irene Hindmarsh.

Size: 2050 x 1680mm
St Chad's Hall/College
Reference: UND/F3
Dates of creation: 1575 - 2007 In 1902 the Revd F.S. Willoughby began to train up men of limited means to enter one of the established theological colleges at his vicarage of Hooton Pagnell, near Doncaster. Churchmen of the time were conscious of a need for more clergy to meet the needs of an increasing population but ordinations were falling. Lack of resources to finance ordinands' education was seen as a factor. Mr (Howard) Douglas Horsfall, a wealthy Liverpool businessman and munificent patron of the Church in Liverpool, had similar ideals and took a generous and active interest in the scheme. The Hooton Pagnell experiment thrived and Mrs Warde-Aldam provided a building with rooms for students and a large lecture room. Numbers quickly rose to 40.
It soon became apparent however that this essentially private venture needed a connection with a public authority. The Durham graduates, the Revd S.R.P. Moulsdale and the Revd H.F. Wilson, took the initiative from Willoughby, who had resigned. They sought a licence to open a house of residence in Durham in connection with the University. So St. Chad's Hall was opened in October 1904 at 1 South Bailey with nineteen students who now had the opportunity to combine a university degree course with training for the Anglican priesthood. Horsfall supported the scheme and the Revd Moulsdale became the Principal of the new hall supported by a Council. Dr Wilson was Vice-Principal in Durham and the Revd S.W.L. Richards was Vice-Principal at Hooton Pagnell. A new hostel was opened at Hooton Pagnell in October 1904 and prepared thirteen students for Durham. The fall in numbers during the First World War meant this closed in 1916.
St. Chad's was incorporated in 1910. It was granted the style and title of college in 1919 and admitted its first fellow then. Though it only formally changed from St. Chad's Hall to St. Chad's College in 1976, it had become a fully constituent college of the university in 1923 under its own independent council.
St Chad's retained the Oxford Movement Anglo-Catholic tradition of its founders in its role as a theological college with its initial endowments being given for the purpose of recruiting for the ministry of the Church of England. However its members were soon taking a variety of Arts degrees and participating in all university organisations and sports.
As its numbers grew, so its site expanded, with much of this early development being financially underwritten by Douglas Horsfall. First 28 North Bailey was leased from Durham Dean and Chapter in 1906. A boathouse was also built then. A new chapel followed in 1909 and the original leased site of 1 South Bailey was purchased in 1910.
After the First World War, accomodation pressures meant that first Cosin's Hall, then Abbey House on Palace Green and then Spencer House in Dun Cow Lane were used before further property in North Bailey was acquired in 1925, named Douglas House after the college's great benefactor Douglas Horsfall. Next 37 North Bailey was acquired, then additional accommodation was built on the original South Bailey site in 1930 and a chapel was constructed at Douglas House in 1928. Away from Durham, the College's endowment included a number of advowsons by 1939: four in Liverpool (acquired in 1927) and others in County Durham, Leicestershire, Shropshire and Suffolk. Further physical developments in Durham in the early 1960s included the building of the dining hall in Bow Lane in 1961, and 16, 17 and 18 North Bailey being joined together to become the present ‘Main College’ during 1961-1963. 1 South Bailey was exchanged with St John's College in 1965 for 22 and 22A North Bailey. Bow Cottage was abandoned in 1976 and No 30 Hallgarth bought in its place.
St Chad's ceased to train men for the priesthood in 1972. By 2002, it comprised men and women reading for degrees in all subjects and at all levels. It awards some 40 scholarships, exhibitions and prizes annually to undergraduates and postgraduates. The College is administered by its Council with the Bishop of Durham as the Visitor. The chief officers are the Principal, the Senior Tutor and Development Director, Chaplain and Bursar with staff comprising tutors, fellows, honorary fellows, a librarian and an honorary librarian. It is still the patron of nine livings, including five in Liverpool. Further information on the present college can be found at http://www.dur.ac.uk/StChads/.
Principals:
1904-1936 Rev Stephen Richard Platt Moulsdale
1936-1937 Rev Charles Edwin Whiting (acting)
1937-1947 Rev John Salisbury Brewis
1947-1965 Rev Theodore Sumner Wetherall
1965-1978 John Charles Fenton
1978-1988 H.C. Trounson
1989-1991 D. Jasper
1991-1994 Eric Halladay
1994-1996 Duane W.H. Arnold
1997-date Joseph P.M. Cassidy
C4/C1-2, C4/D1, C5/1-2, E7/D1 deposited by Alex Standish, Development Director, 22 February 2006, Acc No Misc.2005/2006:55.
C.E. Whiting, 'St Chad's in the early days', St Chad's College Magazine no.7 (1949), p.23-32, no.8 (1950), p.26-39, no.9 (1951), p.18-28.
The Local Collections holdings of Durham University Library include copies of St Chad's College Magazine and its successor and similar annual reports and newsletters from 1938, (when the magazine was founded), onwards (in progress); occasional issues (1982-1983) of The Stag, a students' magazine which was first produced 1905-1915; the published college registers of 1949 and 1964 detailing students from 1904; and Jigsaw, a college review of 1972-1973.
Durham University Library Archives and Special Collections has a deposit of approximately 140 early printed books (including 10 incunabula) from the college library, for which a partly word-processed and partly photocopied manuscript short-title catalogue is available. A catalogue of an exhibition of books from this collection in 1990 is also available in the Archives and Special Collections.
Durham University Library Archives and Special Collections: GB-033-SCH St Chad's College Library Manuscripts, consisting of four manuscripts (two of them medieval). An online guide is availabe at http://flambard.dur.ac.uk:6336/dynaweb/guides/ascguide/
The main archives of the College are still held at the College. These include college council minutes, financial papers, documents concerning the college's administration of its properties and advowsons, correspondence, chapel records, photographs and student publications from 1904, and also a scheme for the proposed re-use of the church of St Mary le Bow by the College 1948-1975 which was not carried out. A word-processed partial listing of this material is held in the Archives and Special Collections Department of Durham University Library. For access to these records, contact The College Secretary, St Chad's College, 18 North Bailey, Durham DH1 3RH (tel 0191 3743364).

Foundation
Reference: UND/F3/A
UND/F3/A1   1949 - 1958
Annual reprots: 1948/49, 1949/50, 1957/58.

Administration
Reference: UND/F3/C
Bursar
Reference: UND/F3/C2
UND/F3/C2/1   1993
Programmes for events in St Chad's:
Mother of All Eating, by Zakes Mda, (play, from Lesotho), 22 July 1993.
Poetry ... Michael O'Siadhail Love Life, 11 October [2005]
Kirill Sokolov Art Works on religious themes, exhibition catalogue November - December 2009.

UND/F3/C2/2   30 August - 2 September 2011
Conferences, Handbook for the DAC Organ Advisers/ BOS conference of the Church of England Archbishops' Council.

Property deeds
Reference: UND/F3/C3
Dates of creation: 1575-1935
A collection of deeds dating back to the late sixteenth century for properties in North and South Bailey, Durham City, which made up the College site, particularly 15, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22 and 22A North Bailey and the Banks behind them. They detail the development, ownership and tenure of these properties especially in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. These deed bundles also include occasional items for other properties in this central area of Durham, and some subsequent correspndence about the college's management of its properties.
There are also present deeds for some of the advowsons acquired by the College in the 1930s: those of Rearsby, Leics, in 1932, two thirds of Pontesbury, Shrops, the consolidated rectories of Great and Little Wratting, Suffolk, in 1933, and Elton rectory Co. Durham, in 1934. In addition, the collection includes a 1915 valuation of the College and a 1923 trust deed for the College.
Language:  English with occasional Latin as indicated
One deed box was deposited from the National Westminster Bank, Durham City, on 14 February 1990. Four further boxes of deeds were deposited on 20 October 1994. These were transferred from 5 The College to Palace Green Library on 25 February 2002.
The original bundles of the deeds have been largely retained, with documents ordered chronologically within them.
C3/A Deeds for properties comprising the college site in Durham City:
C3/A1 Bundle of deeds for 15 North Bailey, a property in Bow Lane, 1721-1933
C3/A2 Bundle of deeds for 17, 18, 19 North Bailey, the Banks behind them, a burgage in Bow Lane (?14 North Bailey), and a burgage in South Bailey (?1), 1575-1932
C3/A3 Bundle of deeds for 17, 18, 19 North Bailey, 1713-1775
C3/A4 Bundle of deeds for 21 North Bailey, 1692-1843
C3/A5 Bundle of deeds for 22 and 22A North Bailey, 1747-1846
C3/A6 John Griffith's bundle of papers re acquiring part of The Banks, 1794-1815
C3/B Deeds for college advowsons:
C3/B1 Bundle of deeds for the advowson of Elton rectory, Co. Durham, transferred to St Chad's by Henry S. Milner and Elizabeth E. Milner (two thirds in 1934) and John E.J. Hogg (one third in 1934), 1835-1935
C3/B2 Bundle of deeds for the advowson of Rearsby, Leicestershire, given by Isobel M. Cator in 1932, 1718-1932
C3/B3 Bundle of deeds for two thirds of the advowson of Pontesbury, Shropshire, given by Mabel G. Eubank in 1933, 1794-1933
C3/B4 Bundle of deeds for the advowson of the rectories of Great and Little Wratting, Suffolk, also given by Mabel G. Eubank in 1933, 1738-1933
C3/C Benefactions
C3/D College administration of its property
C3/E Finance
A word-processed box list of the collection, now superseded, was compiled by Adrian Allan of Liverpool University in July and August 2000. This detailed handlist was compiled by Michael Stansfield in December 2002 and (section C3/A2 only) Elizabeth Fewster.

UND/F3/C3/A1   1721 - 1933
Deeds for a messuage in Bow Lane (also known in the 18th century as King's Gate), North Bailey, Durham City, which for a time in the early 1800s was the pub The Hambletonian and Diamond, and was later known as 15 North Bailey. The College acquired it in 1933 from its then Principal, Revd Stephen Moulsdale.

UND/F3/C3/A1/1   27 January 1721
(1) William Burletson of Durham City, merchant
(2) Anne Peirson of Barnard Castle, Co. Durham, widow
Bargain and sale of a messuage and garth in King's Gate, North Bailey, Durham City, abutted by a stable occupied by Mrs Kirkby, widow, on the east, a stable of Robert Spearman, gent, on the west, the street on the north, and a messuage of Robert Spearman on the south, extending 12yds east to west and 16yds north to south, now occupied by Robert Widdison.
Consideration £160.
Endorsed with a note that (1) was the devisee of the will of the late Samuel Nicholls, late of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, organist, son, heir and devisee of the late Esther Nichols of Durham City, widow.

UND/F3/C3/A1/2   24 November 1722
Will of Lydia Waugh of Durham City, widow; money bequests to children George, Thomas, William and Elizabeth and to grandchildren Robert, Elizabeth and to Mary Dixon and John Waugh. Executor son Robert Waugh.

UND/F3/C3/A1/3   23 & 24 August 1728
(1) Anthony Pearson of Barnard Castle, Co. Durham, butcher, only son and heir, and devisee, of Ann Pearson, late of Barnard Castle, Co. Durham, widow
(2) Robert Waugh of Durham City, tobacconist, and Martha his wife
Bargain and sale of a messuage and garth in Kingsgate, North Bailey, abutting on a stable occupied by Mrs Kirkby, widow, to the east, a stable occupied by Robert Spearman, gent, to the west, the street to the north, and a messuage of Robert Spearman to the south, extending 12yds east to west and 16yds north to south, lately bought by Ann Pearson from William Burleston of Durham City, merchant, and occupied by (2).
Consideration £152.

UND/F3/C3/A1/4   16 March 1734
Will of Robert Johnson of Durham City, gardener, making money bequests to the children of his late sisters Isabella and Elizabeth, his sisters Jane and Catherine, and also to Eleanor Richardson, Dorothy Trawell, Thomas Baty, Peter Robinson, and Robert Waugh jr. Executors Robert Waugh of Durham City, cheesemonger, and Alexander Blackitt alias Blackwell of Hannaby, gardener. With an attached grant of probate 19 March 1734 (one executor named therein as Alexander Blackwater).

UND/F3/C3/A1/5   18 June 1740
(1) William Bowes of Durham City, gent; Margery Bowes of Durham City, spinster; Margaret Rokeby of Durham City, widow
(2) Robert Waugh of Durham City, gent
Lease of a stable and coach house in North Bailey, Durham City, late occupied by Margaret Lady Darcy and (2), from 11 November next for 4 years at £3 pa.
Endorsed with a receipt signed by (1) of the rent for 1 May to 13 June 1744.

UND/F3/C3/A1/6   20 May 1745
Copy will of Robert Waugh of Bow Lane, Durham City, tobacconist, of 20 May 1745, bequeathing all his estate to his wife Martha Waugh, also making her his executrix. Proved 13 December 1745.

UND/F3/C3/A1/7   24 June 1754
(1) William Bowes of Durham City, gent; Margaret Rokeby of Durham City, widow
(2) Martha Waugh of Durham City, widow Lease of a stable and coach house in North Bailey, Durham City, now occupied by (2), for 3½ years at £3 pa.

UND/F3/C3/A1/8   29 January 1757
(1) Martha Waugh of Bow Lane, Durham City, widow
(2) John Bell of Bow Lane, Durham City, innkeeper
Lease of a messuage and brewhouse in Bow Lane, Durham City, occupied by (1) and (2), from 2 February next for 9 years at £8 pa.

UND/F3/C3/A1/9   23 September 1757
Copy will of Martha Waugh of Durham City, widow, of 23 September 1757 bequeathing to her son Michael Waugh her tithes at Snaws Green, Co. Durham, and her messuage in Bow Lane, Durham City, with the brewing vessels there. Also bequeathing her silver plate to her children Michael, Robert, Ann and Martha the wife of John Bell, and money to Robert, Ann and Martha. Michael and Robert to be her executors.

UND/F3/C3/A1/10   14 & 15 September 1802
(1) Robert Waugh of Durham City, gent, only son and heir of the late Michael Waugh of Durham City, brazier, son and heir of the late Robert Waugh of Durham City, tobacconist, and Martha his wife
(2) Jane Waugh of Durham City, widow of the said Michael Waugh
(3) John Gregson of Durham City, gent
Mortgage by lease and release by (1) and (2) (in her dower right) to (3) for £200 of a messuage and garth in King's Gate in North Bailey, Durham City, abutting a stable of Mrs Kirkby, widow, to the east, a stable of Robert Spearman, gent, to the west, the street to the north and a messuage of Robert Spearman to the south, extending east to west 12yds and north to south 16yds, bought by Ann Pearson from William Burleson and now occupied by Francis Thompson as tenant of (1).
Endorsed 18 October 1802 that the money was actually advanced by Alice Robinson of Lambtons Buildings, Bishop Wearmouth, Co. Durham, widow.

UND/F3/C3/A1/11   4 November 1802
(1) Robert Waugh of Market Place, Durham City, gent
(2) John Gregson of North Bailey, Durham City, gent
Copy lease of a messuage in Bow Lane, Durham City, now used as a public house and “known by the sign of Hambletonian and Dimond” ( sic ), occupied by Francis Thompson, from last 19 May, for 21 years at £11 11s pa. Repair convenants.

UND/F3/C3/A1/12   5 April 1803
Office copy of the will of Robert Waugh of Durham City, gent, made 5 April 1803, bequeathing all his estate to his cousin Ann Bell of Durham City, spinster, subject to a £100 legacy to his goddaughter Mary Young, daughter of James Young late of Durham City, joiner. Executrix Ann Bell.
2 copies.

UND/F3/C3/A1/13   16 & 17 March 1804
(1) Alice Robinson of Bishop Wearmouth, Co. Durham, widow
(2) John Gregson of Durham City, gent
(3) Ann Bell of Durham City, spinster, devisee and executrix of the late Robert Waugh of Durham City, gent
Lease and release by (1) and (2) to (3) of the messuage as recited in UND/F3/C3/A1/10, on repayment of the mortgage of £200 by (3) to (1), reciting UND/F3/C3/A1/10 and that Robert Waugh had made Ann Bell his executrix by his will of 5 April 1803.

UND/F3/C3/A1/14   14 & 15 May 1810
(1) Ann Bell of Durham City, spinster, devisee and executrix of the late Robert Waugh of Durham City, gent
(2) John Chilton of Fishburn, Co. Durham, gent
Lease and release of a messuage and garth in King's Gate abutting a stable occupied by Mrs Kirkby, widow, to the east, a stable of Robert Spearman, gent, to the west, the street to the north, and a messuage of Robert Spearman to the south, extending 12yds east to west and 16yds north to south, formerly bought of William Burlison by Ann Pearson, lately occupied by Matthew Ingram, now by William Elliott, bequeathed by Robert Waugh to (1). Robert Waugh's legacy of £100 to Mary Young to be paid by (1) from his messuage in Durham St Nicholas, also bequeathed to (1).
Consideration £240.

UND/F3/C3/A1/15   18 November 1817
(1) Edward Shafto of Durham City, common brewer, on behalf of himself and John Chilton, John Dixon and John Gregson his co-partners in trade
(2) Andrew Taylor of Durham City, yeoman
Agreement for the sale by (1) to (2) for £220 of their freehold dwelling-house in Bow Lane, Durham City, now occupied by Mary Anderson, with the pew in the gallery of St Mary-le-Bow, on 13 May next.

UND/F3/C3/A1/16   1 May 1818
Baptism and burial certificates for Mary Young. Born 25 February 1795 the daughter of James and Elizabeth Young and baptised in 1795 at Durham St Nicholas. Buried 16 January 1814 aged 19 at Durham St Oswald.

UND/F3/C3/A1/17   12 & 13 May 1818
(1) John Chilton of Fishburn, Co. Durham, gent; Edward Shafto of New Elvet, Durham City, gent; John Dixon of Durham City, merchant and alderman of Durham City; John Gregson of Durham City, gent
(2) Andrew Taylor of North Bailey, Durham City, yeoman
(3) John Graham of Durham City, gent; John Griffith of Durham City, gent
Lease and release by (1) to (2) of a messuage and garth (held by (1) in the shares 2/6, 2/6, 1/6, 1/6) in King's Gate or Bow Lane, North Bailey, abutting a stable formerly of Mrs Kirkby, widow, and now a coach house and stable of William Hoar, esq, to the east, a stable lately of Robert Spearman, esq, and now of John Ralph Fenwick to the west, the street to the north, and a messuage late of Robert Spearmen to the south, extending 12yds east to west and 16yds north to south, bought by Anne Pearson from William Burlison, lately occupied by Matthew Ingram, then William Elliott and now (2). Free of all encumbrances, including the legacy of £100 from the will of the late Robert Waugh to Mary Young, now deceased.
Consideration £220.

UND/F3/C3/A1/18   23 November 1821
(1) Peter Bowlby of Old Elvet, Durham City, gent
(2) Thomas Griffith of North Bailey, Durham City, gent
(3) Henry Douglas of Framwellgate, Durham City, painter & glazier
(4) Ann Redshaw of Hallgarth Street, Durham City, widow
(5) Richard Kirton of New Elvet, Durham City, gent
Lease and release by (1) to (3) for £260, of which (3) paid £60 and (4) paid £200, and reciting a lease and release of 12 & 13 May 1819 conveying the premises to (1), of a messuage at the head of Queen Street, Durham City, lately occupied by Robert Forrest and John Turner and then (1) as offices.

UND/F3/C3/A1/19   2 May 1829
Office copy of the 2 May 1829 will of Andrew Taylor, of Bow Lane, Durham City, innkeeper, proved 31 October 1829, bequeathing his messuage in Bow Lane, with his personal effects, to Robert Dent of Dun Cow Lane, Durham City, writer, and Thomas Bulmer of North Bailey, Durham City, clerk, to Walter Scruton, esq, in trust for his wife Jane, and then to sell, with the money to go to their children (named). Executors Robert Dent and Thomas Bulmer.
2 copies.

UND/F3/C3/A1/20   18 February 1830
Auction proceedings for the freehold public house in Bow Lane, North Bailey, Durham City, “known by the sign of the Hambletonian and Diamond”, lately occupied by Andrew Taylor and now by William Tarran, detailing the procedure for the auction, the biddings, and the purchase by Henry Donkin of Durham City, gent, for £420.
Endorsed that Henry Donkin was acting as the agent of William Harland. With an enclosed receipt for auction duty from William Harland of 19 February 1830 of £12 5s.

UND/F3/C3/A1/21   12 May 1830
(1) Robert Dent of Dun Cow Lane, Durham City, writer and Thomas Bulmer late of North Bailey now of South Street, Durham City, clerk to Walter Scruton, esq, devisees and trustees of the late Andrew Taylor of Bow Lane, Durham City, innkeeper
(2) John Graham of Durham City, gent, and John Griffith of Durham City, esq
(3) William Harland of North Bailey, Durham City, esq
(4) William Charles Harland of Sutton Hall, Yorkshire, esq
Feoffment by (2) to (3) for the use of (3) and (4) of a messuage and garth in Kingsgate or Bow Lane, North Bailey, abutting on a stable lately occupied by Mrs Kirkby, widow, and now a stable and coachhouse of (3) to the east, a messuage late of Robert Spearman, esq, and lately occupied by John Ralph Fenwick, esq, and now Lieut-Gen Wilkinson to the west, the street to the north, and the messuage of Robert Spearman and now of Anthony Wilkinson to the south, extending east to west 12yds and north to south 16yds, lately occupied by Andrew Taylor. (1) had held it in trust under Andrew Taylor's will, proved 31 October 1829, for his widow Jane Taylor, died 26 January 1830, and had then auctioned it to (3) on 18 February 1830.
Consideration £420.

UND/F3/C3/A1/22   1834
Abstract of title to a messuage in Bow Lane, Durham City “lately called the Hambletonian and Diamond” belonging to Miss Anna Harland, citing deeds from 27 January 1721 to 12 May 1830. Drawn up by H. Donkin of Durham. With annotations about the production of documents 19 February 1836.

UND/F3/C3/A1/23   22 February 1834
(1) Anne Harland of Durham City, spinster
(2) Thomas Davison of Sedgefield, Co. Durham, esq
Memorandum of an agreement for the sale of a messuage in Bow Lane, North Bailey with the out-offices and yard behind, now occupied by George Maude and others by 13 May next.
Consideration £250.
With pencil annotations in favour of Thomas Wilkinson to Durham Dean and Chapter 28 May 1838.

UND/F3/C3/A1/24   June 1836
Bundle of documents relating to [Anne Harland's title to the messuage in Bow Lane, North Bailey, Durham City].
A. Baptism certificate of Mary Young 1795, copied 18 June 1836.
B. Burial certificate of Mary Young 1814, copied 18 June 1836.
C. Pedigree of the Waugh family drawn up in 1818 when Ann Bell and Robert Waugh sold the property.
D. Extract from the codicil of the will of William Harland 24 May 1830.
E. Anne Harland affidavit that she is not a debtor 1 November 1836, with pencil annotations in favour of John Thwaites.
F. Notes on Miss [Anne] Harland's title.
G. Office copy of Martha Waugh's will of 23 September 1757, proved 10 January 1766.
H. Burial certificate for Jane Taylor, 31 January 1830, Durham St Mary-the-Less, copied 17 June 1836
I. Office copy of the grant of letters of administration of the goods of Michael Waugh late of Durham City, brazier, to Jane Waugh, his widow, 17 April 1783
J. John Gregson's declaration of 20 June 1836 about John Chilton and Robert Waugh.

UND/F3/C3/A1/25   8 & 9 August 1836
(1) William Charles Harland of Sutton Hall, Yorkshire, esq
(2) Anne Harland of Durham City, spinster, daughter and devisee of the will of William Harland late of North Bailey, Durham City, esq
(3) Edward [Maltby] Bishop of Durham
(4) Durham Dean and Chapter
Lease and release by (1) at the direction of (2) and with the consent of (3) to (4) of a messuage and garth in King's Gate or Bow Lane, North Bailey, abutting a stable formerly occupied by Mrs Kirkby, widow, then as a coach house and stable by William Harland to the east, a stable lately occupied by Robert Spearman, esq, then John Ralph Fenwick, then Lieu-Gen Wilkinson to the west, the street to the north, and a messuage late of Robert Spearman and now Anthony Wilkinson to the south, extending east to west 12yds and north to south 16yds, formerly occupied by Andrew Taylor and now by George Manoe. Reciting 12 May 1830 feoffment, codicil to William Harland's will of 24 May 1830 devising the messuage to (2), proved 11 December 1833, and an Act for setting up a University in Durham.
Consideration £250.

UND/F3/C3/A1/26   14 February 1933
(1) Council of the Durham Colleges in the University of Durham
(2) The Revd Stephen Richard Platt Moulsdale of St Chad's College
Conveyance of a freehold dwelling-house and premises being 15 North Bailey, otherwise Bow Lane, Durham City, being vested in (1) as the successors of the Warden Masters and Scholars of the University of Durham under the University of Durham Act of 1908 and the Statutes of the University Commissioners.
Consideration £200.
Coloured plan included.
With a conditional contract of 11 January 1933, authorisation of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries of 23 January 1933, Francis Joblin's account of 1 March 1933 and a letter of H.E. Ferens & Son of 1 March 1933 receipting the account and deeds.

UND/F3/C3/A1/27   10 July 1933
(1) The Revd Stephen Richard Platt Moulsdale of St Chad's College (
2) Governing Body of St Chad's Hall
Conveyance of a freehold dwelling-house and premises being 15 North Bailey, otherwise Bow Lane, Durham City.
Consideration £217.
With a Land Registry search of 10 July 1933 and a schedule of deeds

UND/F3/C3/A2   1575 - 1932
Bundles of deeds arranged in chronological order relating to the following properties in the North and South Baileys and Bow Lane:
- No.17 North Bailey - “Spearman's Houses” - 3 burgages amalgamated into one, purchased by Robert Spearman 1718, which remained with his descendants or their heirs.
- No.18 North Bailey - “Rokeby's Houses” – 2 burgages and gardens amalgamated into one, much encumbered and mortgaged in 18th century. Sold to John Garth 1775, then William Hoar (later Harland) 1790, then John Fawcett 1842, then St.Chad's 1925.
- No.19 North Bailey - “Eden's House” - a burgage and garth (Dean & Chapter leasehold, sometime occupied by Margaret Hilton). Leased to Sir John Eden 1805. Enfranchised 1806, then J.R.Fenwick 1839, then Christopher Rowlandson 1885.
- The Banks (Bishop's leasehold): behind the above properties on the other side of the Castle or Town Wall, variously described as a Plantation (1783), a close used as an orchard (1802), and later as Pleasure Grounds. Occupied by Thomas Rudd (c.1783), then his son William, and Robert Crowe (c.1802). About 1802 divided between the owners of burgages in the North Bailey including Nos.17-19 above. Enfranchised 1815 and thereafter the individual plots pass with the related burgages.
- Bow Lane (No.14?): burgage and garth 9 x 16 yds. occupied by James Bullock (1783), purchased from John Hancock by William Hoar (Harland) 1825, then his son William Charles Harland, partly converted into a stable and hayloft, then William Emerson Wooler 1841.
- Bow Lane: coach house and stable, formerly a burgage belonging to Peter Blenkinsop, purchased by William Hoar with the above, 1825.
- South Bailey: burgage and garth (D & C leasehold). Leased to Sir John Eden 1805, enfranchised 1806.

UND/F3/C3/A2/1   c.1720
Schedule of 29 deeds and writings relating to the title of “Durham house” in the North Bailey (17), 6 July 1575 to 14 May 1718.

UND/F3/C3/A2/2   c.1720
Copy of the above schedule in two parts:
(A) 22 deeds and writings, 6 July 1575 to 6 & 7 December 1681.
(B) 7 deeds and writings, 28 July 1713 to 14 May 1718.

UND/F3/C3/A2/3   6 July 1575
(1) Robert Eden of West Auckland, Co. Durham, gent, and his wife Jane
(2) George Cuthbert of Durham City, yeoman
Bargain and sale of premises in the occupation of (2) viz. 2 burgages and 2 little garths “now erected & conteyned into one” in North Bailey on the east side, between tenements belonging to Robert Eden in the occupation of Richard Bell on the south side, a stable belonging to the Queen in the occupation of Thomas Herrison on the north side, the town wall on the east (excepting a tufall and garden occupied by Richard Marshall 20½ yards long and 6 yards 1 foot wide), and the street on the west.
Consideration £20.
No.1 in above schedule

UND/F3/C3/A2/4   6 July 1575
(1) Robert Eden of West Auckland, Co. Durham, gent, and his wife Jane
(2) George Cuthbert of Durham City, yeoman
Feoffment by (1) of (2) in respect of 2 burgages recently consolidated into one and 2 gardens in North Bailey lying between a burgage belonging to Robert Eden in the occupation of Richard Bell on the south side, a stable occupied by Thomas Harrison on the north side, the town wall on the east and the street on the west. Endorsed with witnesses to the sealing 14 August and to the delivery of seisin 22 August 1575.
Attached to UND/F3/C3/A2/5.
Language:  Latin

UND/F3/C3/A2/5   14 August 1575
(1) Robert Eden of West Auckland, Co. Durham, gent, and his wife Jane
(2) Thomas Favell and Miles White Letters of attorney from (1) to (2) for the livery of seisin in respect of the above premises to George Cuthbert.
Attached to UND/F3/C3/A2/4.
No 2 in above schedule
Language:  Latin

UND/F3/C3/A2/6   19 July 1579
(1) Robert Eden of West Auckland, Co. Durham, gent
(2) Katherine Whittingham of Durham City, widow
Bargain and sale of a burgage and garden in North Bailey, in the occupation of Widow Bell, subject only to the life interest of Dorothy, wife of Michael Constable, esq.
Attached: Bond in 100 marks of the same date for the performance of covenants by (1) to (2).
No.3 in the above schedule.

UND/F3/C3/A2/7    19 July 1579
(1) George Cuthbert of Durham City, yeoman
(2) Katherine Whittingham of Durham City, widow
Bargain and sale by (1) to (2) of 2 burgages with 2 little garths, yards or gardens late united and made into one, in North Bailey lying between tenements belonging to Robert Eden gent now occupied by Widow Bell on the south, a stable occupied by Thomas Harrison on the north, the town wall on the east and the street on the west.
No.4 in the above schedule.

UND/F3/C3/A2/8   20 July 1579
(1) George Cuthbert of Durham City, yeoman
(2) Catherine Whittingham of Durham City, widow
Feoffment by (1) of (2) in respect of 2 burgages and 2 gardens, recently consolidated into one, in North Bailey lying between tenements belonging to Robert Eden gent now occupied by Widow Bell on the south, a stable occupied by Thomas Harrison on the north, the town wall on the east and the street on the west. Endorsed with witnesses to the sealing and giving of seisin.
No.5 in the above schedule
Language:  Latin

UND/F3/C3/A2/9   24 November 1586
(1) William Taylboys of West Auckland, Co. Durham, gent, and his wife Jane
(2) Katherine Whittingham of Durham City, widow
Bargain and sale by (1) to (2) of 2 messuages, now being one, with garths and gardens; the said premises having been purchased by (2) from George Cuthbert free of incumbrances except those arising from a claim by (1), in right of his wife Jane formerly married to Robert Eden of West Auckland, to rents going out of the said property.
Consideration £35.
No.6 in the above schedule

UND/F3/C3/A2/10   26 April 1587
(1) Katherine Whittingham, widow, querent
(2) William Tailboyes, gent, and his wife Jane, deforciants
Fine whereby 2 messuages with gardens in North Bailey, Durham City, are conveyed by (2) to (1)
No.7 in the above schedule.
Language:  Latin

UND/F3/C3/A2/11    2 May 1591
(1) Timothy Whittingham of Cowling, Yorkshire, gent
(2) Judith Whittingham, (1)'s sister
Feoffment from (1) to (2) in respect of a burgage and garden in the North Bailey formerly in the possession of their mother Katherine Whittingham, conditional upon the payment by (1) to (2) of £210 by the next feast of St Martin.
Endorsed with witnesses to the sealing and delivery of seisin..
No.8 in the above schedule.
Language:  Latin

UND/F3/C3/A2/12   18 July 1594
Certified copy of a decree made 2 July 1594 by the Lord Vice President and Council of the North in the case of William Warmouth of Newcastle upon Tyne and his wife Judith, formerly Judith Whittingham, plaintiffs against Gerrard Birkhead of ___ Co. Durham defendant: whereby it was declared that, before her marriage, Judith was seised of a burgage and garden in the North Bailey, and that in January 1592, when Judith thought she was dying, a deed of feoffment drawn up in latin by the defendant, who was married to her sister, fraudulently misrepresented her wishes by giving the premises absolutely to the defendant's son, also named Gerrard, then 8 years old, and not, as she thought, to trustees for the heirs of her body with remainder to the said Gerrard her nephew, and that the deed was therefore void.
No.9 in the above schedule.

UND/F3/C3/A2/13    6 August 1595
(1) Timothy Whittingham of Cowling, Yorkshire, esq
(2) William Warmouth of Newcastle upon Tyne, merchant, and his wife Judith, (1)'s sister
Covenants by (1) that he was lawfully seised of the premises granted to his sister Judith in the above feoffment of 2 May 1591, and that he and his wife Elizabeth will convey them to (2) within 3 years.
Consideration: £210.
No.10 in the above schedule.

UND/CF3/3/A2/14   6 August 1604
(1) William Warmouth of Newcastle upon Tyne, merchant and alderman, and his wife Judith
(2) John Barnes of Durham City, esq
Bargain and sale by (1) to (2) of 3 messuages, “lately builded and erected into one”, in the North Bailey wherein (2) now dwells, part of the inheritance of Katherine Whittingham, late mother of Judith, with warranty against Gerrard Birkett son and heir of Gerrard Birkett of Durham City gent.
Consideration: £170.
No.11 in the above schedule

UND/F3/C3/A2/15    6 August 1604
(1) William Warmouth of Newcastle upon Tyne, merchant and alderman, and his wife Judith
(2) John Barnes of Durham City, esq
Feoffment by (1) of (2) in respect of 3 messuages now consolidated into 1 in North Bailey with warranty against Gerrard Birckhead son and heir of Jerrard Birckhead of Durham City, gent, and the appointment of John Lockwood and John Hawkyns of Durham City, gents, as attorneys for the livery of seisin. Endorsed with witnesses of the sealing and delivery of seisin on 7 August.
No.12 in the above schedule
Language:  Latin

UND/F3/C3/A2/16   18 July 1613
(1) John Barnes of Durham City, esq
(2) Pexall Forster of Durham City, esq, (1)'s friend
Feoffment by (1) of (2) of 3 burgages, now contained in one, in South Bailey in Durham City, to be held subject to uses declared in (1)'s will.
No.13 in the above schedule
Language:  Latin

UND/F3/C3/A2/17   26 October 1614
(1) Pexall Forster of Durham City, esq
(2) John Richardson the younger of Durham City, esq
Feoffment by (1) of (2) of 3 burgages, now contained in one, in the North Bailey formerly in the possession of John Barnes esq deceased, which he purchased from William Warmouth of Newcastle upon Tyne merchant and his wife Judith.
Consideration: £140.
Endorsed with witnesses of sealing and delivery of seisin 28 October.
No.14 in the above schedule.
Language:  Latin

UND/F3/C3/A2/18   18 February 1619
(1) Sir James Ouchterlong, gentleman of the King's Privy Chamber; Richard Gurnard, citizen and clothworker of the City of London
(2) John Richardson the elder and John Richardson the younger of Durham City, esqs
Office copy of bargain and sale by (1) to (2) of premises formerly belonging to King Edward VI by Act of Parliament for the dissolution of Canterbury College [Oxford] viz: - a waste tenement in North Bailey in Durham City at an annual rent of 6s 4d - a cottage in Durham, now or formerly in the occupation of Widow Nawton at an annual rent of 3s 4d - a cottage in Sunderland, now or recently occupied by William Rawson at an annual rent of 8s - a cottage [in Sunderland] and 1 ley occupied by Ralph Chappell at an annual rent of 3s 4d - a cottage [in Sunderland] and 1 ley occupied by Widow Thompson at an annual rent of 4s
Enrolled in Chancery 19 February 1619.
No.15 in the above schedule.
Language:  Latin

UND/F3/C3/A2/19   31 August 1650
(1) John Richardson of Barmeston, Co. Durham, gent
(2) Ambrose Myres of Durham City, plumber
Bargain and sale by (1) to (2) in respect of 3 messuages now being one burgage in the North Bailey, late in the occupation of John Barnes esq, then of John Richardson esq (1)'s father deceased, and a cottage in Durham City in the occupation of Widow Nawton at a rent of 3s 4d.
Consideration: £100.
Endorsed with witnesses to the sealing and to the payment by Richard Baddeley tenant of 6d to (2) by way of attornment.
No.16 in the above schedule.

UND/F3/C3/A2/20   31 August 1650
(1) John Richardson of Barmeston, Co. Durham, gent
(2) Ambrose Myres of Durham City, plumber
Feoffment by (1) of (2) in respect of 3 burgages in the North Bailey, formerly in the occupation of John Barnes esq then of John Richardson esq, (1)'s father, and a cottage in Durham City recently occupied by Widow Nawton at a rent of 3s 4d.
Consideration: £100.
Endorsed with witnesses to the sealing and the delivery of 1 August.
No.17 in the above schedule.
Language:  Latin

UND/F3/C3/A2/20   31 August 1650
(1) John Richardson of Barmeston, Co. Durham, gent
(2) Ambrose Myres of Durham City, plumber
Feoffment by (1) of (2) in respect of 3 burgages in the North Bailey, formerly in the occupation of John Barnes esq then of John Richardson esq, (1)'s father, and a cottage in Durham City recently occupied by Widow Nawton at a rent of 3s 4d.
Consideration: £100.
Endorsed with witnesses to the sealing and the delivery of seisin 31 Aug.
No.17 in the above schedule.
Language:  Latin

UND/F3/C3/A2/21   23 October 1652
(1) Ambrose Myres, plumber
(2) John Richardson, gent, and his wife Euphania
Exemplification of a fine in the Court of Common Bench at Westminster whereby 3 messuages, 1 cottage, 1 stable and 1 garden in North Bailey, Durham City, are conveyed by (2) to (1) for £100
No.18 in the above schedule

UND/F3/C3/A2/22   14 January 1656
(1) Isabel Watson of Durham City, widow, administratrix of her late husband James Watson, gent, and John Watson, their son
(2) Ambrose Myres of Durham City, plumber
Bond of (1) to (2) in £23 for the performance of covenants in a pair of indentures of even date whereby (1) renounces any claim to the tenant right or inheritance to the burgage conveyed therein.No.19 in the above schedule

UND/F3/C3/A2/23   14 April 1677
(1) Ambrose Myres ( “Meares” ) of Enfield Chase, Middlesex, esq
(2) Elizabeth Myres ( “Meares” ) of Durham City, widow, mother of (1)
Bargain and sale by (1) to (2) of a burgage in the North Bailey, formerly owned by John Barnes esq, and then John Richardson, and having been conveyed to (1) by the said John Richardson's grandson John Richardson gent, together with a cottage in Durham City annual rent 3s 4d formerly occupied by Widow Nawton, then John Richardson the grandson, both now occupied by (2).
Consideration: £300.
No.20 in the above schedule

UND/F3/C3/A2/24   6 & 7 December 1681
(1) Elizabeth Myres ( “Meares” ) of the North Bailey, widow
(2) Ambrose Myres ( “Meares” ) of the North Bailey, esq; John Jefferson of Old Elvet, Durham City, esq
(3) Thomas Crosby of Claypath, Durham City, gent, and his wife Elizabeth
Settlement by lease and release by (1) to (2) in trust for (3) of her burgage in the North Bailey in which she now dwells. In consideration of (3)'s marriage.
No.22 in the above schedule; endorsed with the numbers 21 and 22.

UND/F3/C3/A2/25   6 & 7 December 1681
(1) Elizabeth Myres ( “Meares” ) of the North Bailey, widow
(2) Ambrose Myres ( “Meares” ) of the North Bailey, esq; John Jefferson of Old Elvet, Durham City, esq
(3) Thomas Crosby of Claypath, Durham City, gent, and his wife Elizabeth
Counterparts to the above lease and release.
No.21 in the above schedule; endorsed with the numbers 23 and 24.

UND/F3/C3/A2/26   c.1700
Extracts from the register of burials, christenings and marriages in Durham St Mary le Bow church between 1574 and 1693.

UND/F3/C3/A2/27   c.1700
List of 11 names of persons who had been owners or occupiers of the 3 burgages, including Jerrard Birkehead.
Written on the dorse of the foot of a draft lease to Elizabeth.
1f
UND/F3/C3/A2/28   28 July 1714
(1) John Crosby gent querent
(2) Ambrose Crosby gent deforciant
Fine for the conveyance by (2) to (1) of 1 messuage, 1 garden and 1 stable in North Bailey in the parish of Durham St Mary le Bow.
2 copies.
No.23 in the above schedule; endorsed number 25.
Language:  Latin

UND/F3/C3/A2/29   1 October 1714
(1) Ambrose Crosby of Old Elvet, gent
(2) John Crosby of Old Elvet, gent
Deed to declare the uses of a fine whereby it is declared that the premises described in the said fine relate to (1)'s burgage in the North Bailey now occupied by Robert Spearman gent, Dorothy Norton and Jacob Readshaw, and that they are conveyed to (2) in trust for (1).
No.24 in the above schedule; endorsed number 26.

UND/F3/C3/A2/30   21 & 22 October 1714
(1) Ambrose Crosby of Old Elvet, gent
(2) Jane Carr of Sunderland, widow
Mortgage by lease and release from (1) to (2) of a burgage in the North Bailey now occupied by Robert Spearman gent, Dorothy Norton and Jacob Readshaw.
Consideration: £200 at 5%.
No.25 in the above schedule; endorsed with the numbers 27 and 28.

UND/F3/C3/A2/31   19 November 1717
(1) Ambrose Crosby of Old Elvet, gent
(2) Robert Spearman of Durham City, gent
Articles of agreement for the conveyance by (1) to (2) of a messuage, stable, and garden in North Bailey with a pew or seat in Durham St Mary le Bow, now in the occupation of (2), Dorothy Norton and Jacob Readshaw, together with all the hangings, chimney pieces, rollers, brew lead and other conveniences enjoyed therewith; with covenants by (2) to discharge a mortgage on the said premises by paying £200 and interest to Mr Christopher Thompson of Sunderland ship master, and the remainder of the consideration to (1); and that (2) will continue as (1)'s tenant until May Day next so that (1) shall not be charged with any repairs or encumbrances. With amendments.
Consideration: £340.
No.26 in the above schedule; endorsed number 29.

UND/F3/C3/A2/32   23 & 24 April 1718
(1) Christopher Thompson of Sunderland, master and mariner, and his wife Jane (formerly Jane Carr)
(2) Ambrose Crosby of Durham City, eldest son and heir of Thomas Crosby of the same place gent deceased by Elizabeth his late wife also deceased
(3) Robert Spearman of Durham City, gent
(4) John Spearman of Old Elvet, esq
Lease and release by (1) and (2) to (3) of premises now or late in the possession of (3), Dorothy Norton widow and Jacob Readshaw viz: - 3 messuages lately converted into one in North Bailey formerly in the possession of John Barnes esq, Pexall Forster esq, John Richardson esq, Ambrose Myres gent and Elizabeth Myres widow; - a garden, backside and stable, a pew in Durham St Mary le Bow and a cottage late in the possession of Widow Nawton, afterwards of John Richardson and Elizabeth Myres; with covenants for levying a fine and suffering a recovery. Consideration: £205 paid by (3) in satisfaction of a mortgage by (2) to Jane, then Jane Carr of Sunderland, widow; and £135 paid by (3) to (2).
No.27 in the above schedule; endorsed with the numbers 30 and 31, also 5.

UND/F3/C3/A2/33   24 April 1718
(1) Ambrose Crosby of Old Elvet, gent
(2) Robert Spearman of Durham City, gent
Bond in £680 for the performance of covenants contained in a conveyance of even date between Christopher Thompson of Sunderland master and mariner, and his wife Jane (formerly Jane Carr), (1), (2) and John Spearman of Old Elvet, esq.

UND/F3/C3/A2/34A   25 April 1718
(1) Robert Spearman, gent, querent
(2) Christopher Thompson and his wife Jane, and Ambrose Crosby, gent, deforciants
Fine in respect of the conveyance by (2) to (1) of 3 messuages, 1 cottage, 1 stable and 1 garden in the North Bailey, Durham City, and common of pasture for all cattle in the Durham parishes of St Mary le Bow and St Oswald.
2 copies
No.28 in the above schedule; endorsed number 32.

Language:  Latin

UND/F3/C3/A3/34B   25 April 1718
Order for the engrossment of the above, with a note that the annual value is £3 6s 8d and fees are15s 5d. Signed R Stonhewer.
Language:  Latin

Attached to 34A.
UND/F3/C3/A2/35   14 May 1718
(1) John Spearman, esq, demandant
(2) Robert Spearman, gent, tenant
(3) Ambrose Crosby, gent, vouchee
Exemplification of a recovery in respect of the conveyance by (2) to (1) of 4 messuages, 1 orchard and common of pasture for all cattle in Durham City in the parishes of St Mary le Bow and St Oswald's.
No.29 and last deed in the above schedule; endorsed number 33.
Language:  Latin

UND/F3/C3/A2/36   20 March 1719
Memorandum that the gable ( “gavell” ) end of the house belonging to Robert Spearman next to Samuel Nichol's house and occupied by Henry Parkinson has three ancient windows (one on each floor).
Signed: William Randolph, Thomas Bowlby, Thomas Gainforth mason, Nicholas Gainforth mason, William Dunn labourer, Henry Parkinson, Robert Fawell cobbler (mark) and Michael Stephenson servant to Mr Spearman.

UND/F3/C3/A2/37   14 September 1724
Affidavit, by the masons employed to pull down the old brewhouse belonging to Mr Spearman, concerning the discovery of an ancient conduit which had been blocked by a stone to prevent the passage of water through the wall to the next house now occupied by Robert Waugh; and certificate that when the wall was rebuilt the conduit and stone were relaid in the same place as before.
Signed: Nicholas Gainforth, Richard Brown and Mark Willson masons, Francis Midleton labourer (mark), and Robert Headly joiner.
Witnessed by Robert Eden and James Smith (mark).

UND/F3/C3/A2/38   17 June 1740
Abstract of title to houses in the Bailey, Durham City, and Whickham belonging to William Bowes gent, Margery Bowes spinster and Margaret Rokeby, with the opinion of Thomas Rudd that a fine should be levied in order that they may make a good title for a mortgage of the premises in the Bailey. The abstract recites deeds and writings, numbered 1-21, dated 24 November 1609 to 6 & 7 June 1740 relating to:
- 2 cottages or burgages with 2 gardens in North Bailey (No.18) sometime in the tenure of George Shaffield and sometime in the tenure of Christopher Charter – parcel of the chantry of St John the Baptist in the church of Durham St Nicholas.
- a waste with appurtenances in North Bailey sometime in the tenure of Widow Norton – parcel of the chantry of St Catherine in the parish of North Bailey.
Endorsed with queries about the properties.

UND/F3/C3/A2/39   24 March 1775
Opinion of Ralph Hopper concerning the title of Mrs Catherine Rokeby to houses in the North Bailey, naming the parties who should be joined in the sale; with abstract of deeds dated 30 September 1713 - 13 July 1765.

UND/F3/C3/A2/40   12 May 1775
(1) Catherine Rokeby of Newcastle upon Tyne, spinster, daughter and devisee in the will of Margaret Rokeby of Durham City deceased, who was one of the daughters and devisees of Catherine Bowes of Durham City widow deceased
(2) William Lowes of Ridley Hall, Northumberland, esq
(3) Jane Lowes of Newcastle upon Tyne, widow and administratrix of John Lowes, gent, deceased
(4) George Watson of Stockton upon Tees, master mariner
(5) Ann Spearman of Durham City, widow
Office copy of release (UND/F3/C3/A3/22) by (2), (3) and (4) at the direction of (1) to (5) of premises subject to several mortgages, loans and annuity arrears which together exceed the value of the estate; the said premises being: messuages in North Bailey formerly in the possession of Elizabeth Marley and Catherine Bowes, afterwards of John Thacker and Mary Garth, and lately in the several possessions or occupations of Mrs Isabella Spearman, James Readshaw, Cuthbert Proctor, Thomas Hardcastle, Ann Scott and Francis Holmes; and a stable or coach house with a small parcel of ground behind, formerly a waste enjoyed with the said messuages, formerly belonging to or occupied by Margaret Lady Darcy, afterwards by Robert Waugh, and now in the occupation of Thomas Young as tenant.
Recites:
- Bond of Catherine Bowes for £150 to secure payment of £6 a year to her daughter Ann Moor widow for life, 29 January 1725.
- Will of Catherine Bowes, among other things giving all her messuages in North Bailey and Whickham, charged with the £6 annuity to Ann Moor, to her son William Bowes and daughter Margery Bowes and the heirs of their bodies, and in default to Ralph Johnson, to act on the direction of her daughter Margaret Rokeby, 9 January 1728.
- Mortgages of the messuages and stable or coach house etc by Ralph Johnson, William Bowes, Margery Bowes and Margaret Rokeby to Robert Waugh of Bow Lane, gent, for £80 by lease and release dated 17 and 18 June 1740, £30 by release and quitclaim dated 5 February 1741, and £40 by release and quitclaim dated 13 June 1744.
- Will of Robert Waugh giving all his possessions to his wife Martha.
- Assignment of the above bond and annuity, with accrued arrears of £147, by Ann Moor to John Lowes for £47, in trust for (2), 8 March 1750.
- Assignment of the above mortgages, amounting to £150 and interest, by Martha Waugh and others to (4), with a loan of £100, by lease and release dated 14 and 15 August 1751, and a further loan of £50, 10 December 1753.
- Will of Margaret Rokeby, who has survived her brother and sister William and Margery Bowes, giving all her possesions to her daughter (1), 13 July 1765.
Consideration: £80 paid by (5) to (2) in respect of the annuity and arrears; £380 paid by (5) to (4) in redemption of the mortgages and loans; £40 paid by (5) to (1).

See UND/F3/C3/A3 for earlier deeds for this property (15 North Bailey) 1713-1775.
UND/F3/C3/A2/41   16 May 1775
(1) Ann Spearman of Durham City, widow
(2) John Garth of Durham City, gent
Release by (1) to (2) of houses in the North Bailey purchased by (1) for £500 by lease and release, dated 11 & 12 May instant, from Catherine Rokeby spinster, daughter and devisee in the will of Margaret Rokeby of Durham City deceased, who was one of the daughters and devisees of Catherine Bowes of Durham City widow deceased, excepting a stable or coach house with a small parcel of ground, formerly a waste, belonging to the said houses and formerly in the possession of Margaret Lady Darcy, afterwards of Robert Waugh, and then in the occupation of Thomas Young as tenant; the premises hereby conveyed having been formerly in the possession of Elizabeth Marley and Catherine Bowes, afterwards of William Bowes, Margery Bowes and Margaret Rokeby, John Thacker and Mary Garth, and lately of Mrs Isabella Spearman, James Readshaw, Cuthbert Proctor, Thomas Hardcastle, Ann Scott and Francis Holmes. With covenant for the payment of the quitrent charged on the said premises whereby 6s 4d will be paid by (2) and 1s 8d by (1). Includes a schedule of deeds and writings relating to the said premises 24 November 1609 to 11 & 12 May 1775.
Consideration: £400.

UND/F3/C3/A2/42   1783
Brief for the plaintiff in a case in the Court of Pleas at Durham brought by William Alston esq against John Willey concerning the right of residents in the North Bailey to tip rubbish, dirt and other offensive material on part of the Banks formerly waste ground including an account of improvements to the site effected by Mr Alston, Lady Darcy and others; with the opinion of the Rt Hon Lord Chief Baron Gilbert and 2 copies of coloured plans of Bow parish naming owners or occupiers in North Bailey, Bow Lane, Dun Cow Lane and Queen Street.

UND/F3/C3/A2/43   12 & 13 May 1790
(1) John Garth of the North Bailey, gent
(2) William Hoar of Durham City, esq
Lease and release by (1) to (2) of:
- 2 dwelling houses in North Bailey formerly in the possession of Elizabeth Marley widow and her grand-daughter Katherine Bowes widow, afterwards of William Bowes, Margery Bowes and Margaret Rokeby, John Thacker and Mary Garth, lately in the several occupations of Mrs Isabella Spearman, James Readshaw, Cuthbert Proctor, Thomas Hardcastle, Ann Scott and Francis Holmes, and now in the occupation of (1) and his tenant Revd Joseph Watkins; subject to a quitrent of 6s 4d payable to someone claiming under the Crown;
- a cottage now used as 2 stables in King's Gate or King's Street, formerly in the occupation of Miles Stapylton esq and afterwards of William Randolph clerk and Peter Blenkinsopp innkeeper, then of Thomas Gyll esq and Peter Blenkinsopp, late in the occupation of Mr Christopher Johnson and George Hanby, and now occupied by (1) and his tenant Hugh Brodit – once part of the chantry of St Catherine in the parish of Durham St Mary le Bow and conveyed to (1) by Peter Blenkinsopp;
- a pew in the church of Durham St Mary le Bow usually enjoyed with the said dwelling houses.
Consideration: £1,100.

UND/F3/C3/A2/44   13 May 1790
(1) John Garth of the North Bailey, gent
(2) William Hoar of Durham City, esq
Feoffment by (1) of (2) in respect of the premises released above.
Consideration: £1,100.
Endorsed with a note of seisin 13 May 1790

UND/F3/C3/A2/45   [1802]
Abstract of the title of Robert Crowe esq to a close called the Banks in the North Bailey, leased from the Bishop of Durham, consisting of a close used as an orchard and a wall called the castle or town wall. By Messrs Walton of Northallerton. Recites deeds from 19 February 1742 to 1802.

See another version in UND/F3/C3/A5/8
UND/F3/C3/A2/46   2 April 1802
Receipt by Anne Crowe for £50, paid by Mrs Anne Spearman, being the purchase money for part of the leasehold banks in the North Bailey, as staked out by Matthew Woodifield, lying immediately behind the garden belonging to Mrs Spearman.

UND/F3/C3/A2/47   c.1802
Account relating to Mrs Spearman's costs in the purchase of 70 perches of ground in the Banks below her house amounting to £23 3s 2½d. Undated

UND/F3/C3/A2/48   April 1802
Label referring to “Title Deeds of Houses in the Bailey, in Right of which three Burgage Claims were admitted on the Division of the Durham Commons – April 1802” (probably the three burgages amalgamated to form 17 North Bailey).
On the dorse of part of an agreement about collieries involving John Farrow of Upper House and Robert Blakiston.

UND/F3/C3/A2/49   4 May 1805
(1) Durham Dean and Chapter
(2) Sir John Eden of Windleston, bart
Lease by (1) to (2) of a burgage and garth in the North Bailey formerly in the occupation of Margaret Hilton, between a Dean and Chapter tenement occupied by George Kirkby on the south, and a tenement belonging to the King on the north for 40 years at a rent of 8s per annum.

UND/F3/C3/A2/50   [1805]
Plan, based on a survey of 1802, of part of the Banks in the North Bailey held from the Bishop of Durham by a lease for lives giving the sizes of plots with a table of occupiers.

UND/F3/C3/A2/51   10 January 1806
Account of William Hoar and Samuel Castle for the fine and fees paid for the renewal of the lease from the Bishop of Durham of the orchard or banks behind the houses in the Bailey showing the proportions to be paid by each of the proprietors (Mrs Anne Crowe, Mr Castle, Mr Griffith, Sir John Eden, Mr Hoar, Mrs Spearman and Mr Williams), the new lease being for 3 lives from 29 July 1805; with a receipt for £2 2s paid by Mrs Spearman.

For documents similar to 50 and 51 see UND/F3/C3/A5/12 (plan uncoloured) and UND/F3/C3/A6/8.
UND/F3/C3/A2/52   27 September 1806
(1) Durham Dean and Chapter
(2) Rt Hon William Lord Auckland and Rt Hon Sylvester Lord Glenbervie, 2 of the Commissioners for the Redemption of Land Tax
(3) Sir John Eden of Windleston, bart
Bargain and sale by (1) to (3) of:
- a burgage in the South Bailey sometime in the occupation of Dame Elizabeth Forster and Francis Forster, formerly in the possession of Sir Robert Eden bart
- a parcel of ground in the South Bailey 2yds by 11yds, bounding on a house late in the possession of Lady Bowes on the south and the garden wall of Lady Bowes on the north, previously leased to Mr Francis Forster and then leased to (3), 20 July 1805, for 40 years at a rent of 4s 2d.
- a burgage in the North Bailey leased to (3) for 40 years on 4 May 1805 (see above)
- together with right of common or allotments in lieu set out on moors or commons in the townships of Witton Gilbert and Framwellgate.
Consideration: £103 6s 3d. ie £68 13s to the Dean and Chapter for their costs incurred in sales for the redemption of Land Tax, and £34 13s 3d for the redemption of Land Tax.

UND/F3/C3/A2/53   29 June 1812
(1) Rt Revd Shute [Barrington], Bishop of Durham
(2) William Hoar of Durham City, esq; John Griffith the elder of Durham City, gent
Copy of lease by (1) to (2) of a close in the North Bailey extending to the River Wear on the east, lately used and enjoyed as an orchard, and a wall adjoining the said ground called Castle or Town Wall with liberty to set fruit trees against the same and covenants for the repair and maintenance of the said wall and other fences and hedges; reserving to (1) all woods, mines and quarries with liberty and wayleave necessary to work the same. Term: 3 lives. Rent: 1s 8d
Endorsed: 7 November 1842 memorandum by John Griffith, survivor of (2), that he will show the original lease to John Fawcett esq on request.

UND/F3/C3/A2/54   28 August 1812
Account of William Hoar and John Griffith for the fine and fees paid for the renewal of the lease from the Bishop of Durham of the orchard or banks behind houses in the North Bailey belonging to Mrs Anne Crowe, the representatives of the late Robert Thorp DD (2 houses), Mr Griffith, the representatives of the late Sir John Eden bart, Mr Hoar and Mrs Anne Spearman, the new lease for 3 lives having been granted to the said William Hoar and John Griffith 29 June 1812; with a receipt for £3 18s 6d paid by Mrs Spearman.

UND/F3/C3/A2/55    31 August 1815
(1) Rt Revd Shute [Barrington], Bishop of Durham
(2) Rt Hon William Lord Radstock and Rt Hon Nicholas Van Sittart, Chancellor of His Majesty's Exchequer, 2 of the Commissioners for Land Tax
(3) Anne Spearman of Durham City, widow
Bargain and sale by (1) with the consent of (2) to (3) of a plot of land in North Bailey behind or beneath gardens belonging to (3) and Mr William Evance on the west, extending to the River Wear on the east, bounded by the common lane leading from Bow Lane to the river on the north and by a plot of land belonging to William Hoar on the south; the said premises being part of those demised by the Bishop to William Hoar esq and John Griffith esq for three lives 29 June 1812, at a rent of 1s 8d, and to be held discharged from all Land Tax or other encumbrances. Part printed, part manuscript.
Consideration: £24 16s 9d paid by (3) to (2) for the redemption of Land Tax; 5s paid by (3) to (1) for his costs.

Previous number: 3162
UND/F3/C3/A2/56   31 August 1815
(1) Rt Revd Shute [Barrington], Bishop of Durham
(2) Rt Hon William Lord Radstock and Rt Hon Nicholas Van Sittart, Chancellor of His Majesty's Exchequer, 2 of the Commissioners for Land Tax
(3) Sir Robert Johnson Eden of Windlestone, bart
Bargain and sale by (1) with the consent of (2) to (3) of a plot of land in North Bailey behind or beneath a garden belonging to (3) on the west, extending to the River Wear on the east, bounded by a plot of land belonging to William Hoar esq on the north and a plot belonging to John Griffith esq on the south; all of which were demised with other lands by (1) to William Hoar and John Griffith for 3 lives, 29 June 1812. Part printed, part manuscript.
Consideration: £10 8d paid by (3) to (2) for the redemption of Land Tax; 5s paid by (3) to (1) for his costs.

Previous number 3158
UND/F3/C3/A2/57   18 & 19 February 1822
(1) John Ralph Fenwick of the North Bailey, esq, and his wife Dorothy Thomas Wilkinson of Hetton House, esq, and his wife Hannah Elizabeth Thomas Swinburne late of Old Acres now of Shrewsbury, Shrops, and his wife Charlotte Margaret Bewick of Close House, Northumberland, widow (being the 4 daughters and co-heiresses of Anne Spearman late of the North Bailey widow deceased)
(2) William Hoar of the North Bailey, esq John Griffith of the North Bailey, gent
(3) The said Thomas Wilkinson
(4) William Wilkinson of the North Bailey, esq, Lieut-Gen in HM's Army
Lease and release by (1) and (2) to (4) of a plot or parcel of land in the North Bailey lying behind the gardens of (3), formerly Anne Spearman's, and Mr William Evance on the west, extending thence to the River Wear on the east, bounded by the common lane leading from Bow Lane to the said river on the north and by a plot belonging to the said William Hoar on the south.
Consideration: £100 paid by (3) to (1); 10s paid by (4) to (1) and (2).

UND/F3/C3/A2/58   26 March 1822
(1) William Wilkinson, esq, plaintiff
(2) John Ralph Fenwick, esq, and his wife Dorothy; Thomas Wilkinson, esq, and his wife Hannah Elizabeth; Thomas Swinburne, esq, and his wife Charlotte, deforciants
Fine whereby 2 gardens and 3 rods in the North Bailey in Durham St Mary le Bow are conveyed by (2) to (1).
2 copies

UND/F3/C3/A2/59   14 May 1825
(1) John Hancock late of Framwellgate, Durham City, and now of Claypath in Durham St Nicholas, gent
(2) Robert Hancock of Claypath, gent, surviving trustee for (1) after the death of Robert Orton late of Framwellgate, gent, deceased
(3) William Hoar of the North Bailey, esq
(4) William Charles Harland of the North Bailey, esq, (3)'s son
Copy of feoffment by (2) at the request of (1) and (3) to (4) in trust for (3) of a burgage and adjoining garth in Kingsgate, extending 9yds east to west and 16yds north to south, formerly occupied by James Bullock tailor, then by Miss Lambton Surtees and late in the occupation of Mr William Williams; the said premises being bounded by a house formerly occupied by The Revd Dr Stonehewer, then by William Williams, and now occupied by John Henshaw on the east, by a house formerly occupied by Peter Blenkinsopp now converted to a stable in the occupation of (3) on the west, by the street on the north and the garden wall formerly belonging to Robert Spearman esq, then to his widow Mrs Spearman and now occupied by Lieu-Gen Wilkinson on the south. With parts of 2 wrappers for bundles of deeds.
Consideration: £50

UND/F3/C3/A2/60   3 December 1833
Copy of the will dated 2 July 1827 and codicil dated 24 May 1830, of William Harland (lately called William Hoar) of Durham City esq concerning, among other things, his freehold dwelling house and yard in Bow Lane purchased from John Hancock, some part of which has been converted to a stable, hay loft and corn chamber, a stable and necessary having been built and a dunghillstead and place for ashes made in the yard, the remainder of the messuage being occupied as a dwelling house. He gives 4 rooms to his clerk and his wife, Robert and Elizabeth Telford, for the term of their lives with reversion to his son William Charles Harland viz. the kitchen, the chamber above the kitchen and the chamber above that, together with the easternmost room or bedchamber on the same upper floor, with convenient use of the necessary and the dunghillstead. He devises the remainder of the premises purchased from J Handcock to his son, subject to rights granted to owners and occupiers of his other premises in the North Bailey purchased from John Garth to use the place for ashes and the dunghillstead in the yard, with right of entry along the passage way from the street to the said yard as are now enjoyed. He gives the premises purchased from John Garth viz. freehold dwelling houses and garden in the North Bailey, a coach house, stables, and 3 freehold fields formerly part of Elvet Moor to his wife and then to his daughter Anne Harland.

UND/F3/C3/A2/61   22 & 23 November 1839
(1) Sir Robert Johnson Eden of Windlestone, bart
(2) John Ralph Fenwick of the North Bailey in or near Durham City
Lease and release by (1) to (2) of a dwelling house in the North Bailey (19) with offices, outbuildings, gardens and pleasure grounds, bounded on the north by a dwelling house belonging to William Harland esq, on the south by a messuage now or lately belonging to the Revd James Raine and partly by a parcel of ground now or lately belonging to John Griffith esq, on the west by the North Bailey and on the east by the River Wear; includes a plan of the premises.
Consideration: £1655

UND/F3/C3/A2/62   24 June 1841
(1) William Charles Harland of Sutton Hall, Yorkshire, esq
(2) William Emerson Wooler of Durham City, gent
Copy of bargain and sale by (1) to (2) of a burgage and garth in Bow Lane extending 9yds east to west and 16yds north to south, part of which is now used as a stable and hayloft, formerly occupied by William Harland, now or late occupied by Francis Hopper, and bounded by a house formerly occupied by William Williams and now by William Henshaw on the east, by a house lately converted to a stable occupied by William Charles Harland on the west, by the street on the north, and by the garden wall of Lieu-Gen Wilkinson deceased on the south; subject to the rights and conveniences granted in William Harland's will to the owners and occupiers for the time being of stables purchased from Mr John Garth. Consideration: £270.

UND/F3/C3/A2/63   20 April 1842
(1) Anne Harland of Durham City, spinster
(2) John Fawcett of Durham City, esq
Agreement for the sale by (1) to (2) of a freehold dwelling house in the North Bailey with yard, gardens and grounds extending to the River Wear; a freehold coach house and stable in Bow Lane, and a pew in the church of Durham St Mary le Bow.
Consideration: £2000.

UND/F3/C3/A2/64   June 1842
Abstract of title of Miss Harland to freehold dwelling houses, with garden and ground behind the same, in the North Bailey, and to a freehold coach house and stable in Bow Lane, contracted to be sold to Mr John Fawcett esq. Includes abstracts of deeds and writings from 12 & 13 May 1790 (UND/F3/C3/A2/43 above) to 16 January 1842. Made by H Donkin of Durham.

UND/F3/C3/A2/65   1 November 1842
(1) Anne Harland of North Bailey, Durham City, spinster
(2) John Griffith of North Bailey, Durham City, esq
(3) John Fawcett of South Bailey, Durham City, esq
Bargain and sale by (1) and (2) to (3) of:
- 2 dwelling houses, extending from the North Bailey to the ancient castle or town wall, formerly the estate and inheritance of John Garth of the North Bailey gent and then in the several occupations of the said John Garth and his tenant the Revd Joseph Watkins, the more southern of the 2 dwelling houses having been rebuilt by the said John Garth; and the gardens behind and to the east of the 2 dwelling houses, extending from the ancient castle or town wall to the River Wear, formerly leasehold from the Bishop of Durham and subsequently enfranchised, the said premises being bounded by a dwelling house formerly belonging to Mrs Anne Spearman and now Anthony Wilkinson on the north, by the River Wear on the east, the North Bailey on the west, and a messuage lately belonging to Sir Robert Johnson Eden bart and now to John Ralph Fenwick esq on the south.
- a coach house and stable in Bow Lane formerly part of the chantry of St Catherine in the parish of Durham St Mary le Bow, which sometime belonged to Peter Blenkinsop, innholder, afterwards to John Garth, and lately to William Harland, bounded by Bow Lane on the north, a dwelling house and yard formerly known as the “Hambletonian and Diamond” and now belonging to the University of Durham on the west, by a dwelling house and stableyard belonging to William Emerson Wooler on the east and a dwelling house and garden belonging to Anthony Wilkinson on the south with use of the dunghillstead and place for ashes in common with other occupiers of the messuages, dwelling houses and stableyard owned by the said William Emerson Wooler formerly purchased by William Harland (then William Hoar) from Mr John Hancock, with passage way from the yard to Bow Lane.
- a pew in the church of Durham St Mary le Bow.
Consideration: £2000.

UND/F3/C3/A2/66   30 March 1852
Insurance certificate for Matthew Woodifield of [1] South Bailey, Durham City, esq for his property and its contents insured with The Royal, Farmers' and General … Co.

UND/F3/C3/A2/67   7 February 1881
(1) John Fawcett of Durham City, esq
(2) Robert Anthony Burrell of Fairthorn near Botley, Hampshire, esq
Articles of agreement declaring the terms on which (1) will permit the continuance of a ventilator inserted by (2) into the western wall of his dwelling house (occupied by Mr Alan Greenwell) on the south side of Bow Lane; which wall abutts the wall of a cottage belonging to (1) which formerly stood on the site.

UND/F3/C3/A2/68   March 1885
Abstract of title to a freehold messuage and premises in the North Bailey Durham (19) belonging to John Charles James Fenwick MD with a copy of an 1839 plan of the premises. Recites deeds from 22 & 23 November 1839 (UND/F3/C3/A2/61 above) to a disentailer dated 27 January 1872, including the will of J R Fenwick dated 4 September 1853.

UND/F3/C3/A2/69   May 1885
Additional abstract of title to premises in the North Bailey Durham belonging to J C J Fenwick charged with an annuity of £60 payable to Jane Crawford of Alnwick St Margaret. Recites a trust deed dated 26 March 1856.

UND/F3/C3/A2/70   4 June 1885
Certificate of the payment of Succession Duty by James Thomas Fenwick of Kelvington Hall, Yorkshire, on the death of John Ralph Fenwick (died 7 January 1855) in respect of a freehold house and premises situate in the North Bailey, Durham City, valued at £900 or £70 pa.

UND/F3/C3/A2/71   4 June 1885
Certificate of the payment of Succession Duty by John Charles James Fenwick of University Club on the death of James Thomas Fenwick (died 18 June 1868) in respect of a freehold house and garden situate in the North Bailey, Durham City, valued at £60 pa.

UND/F3/C3/A2/72   9 June 1885
(1) John Charles James Fenwick formerly of Bolton Hall, Northumberland, and now of Chilton Hall near Ferry Hill, Co. Durham, esq
(2) Christopher Rowlandson of the North Bailey, Durham City
Conveyance by (1) to (2) of a dwelling house, garden and pleasure grounds in the North Bailey, bounded on the north by a dwelling house formerly belonging to William Harland esq and now to Christopher Foyle Fawcett esq, on the south partly by a messuage formerly belonging to the Revd James Raine clerk and now to Mrs Smart and partly by a plot formerly belonging to John Griffith esq and now to W Sansfield esq, on the west by the North Bailey and on the east by the River Wear; with a plan of the premises and a schedule of documents of title dated 26 March 1856 and 27 January 1882.
Consideration: £1250.

UND/F3/C3/A2/73   15 June 1885
(1) Christopher Rowlandson of the North Bailey, Durham City
(2) The Second Durham and District Terminating Benefit Building Society
Mortgage by (1) to (2) of the premises purchased in UND/F3/C3/A2/72 above.
Consideration: £400

UND/F3/C3/A2/74   5 June 1914
(1) Emily Constantia Rowlandson of Whitwell Grange, Durham City, widow; Samuel Messiter Rowlandson of The College, Durham, Hon Capt in HM Army
(2) Mary Stikeman of the Diocesan Mission House in Durham City, Head Deaconness of the Society of Christ and the Blessed Mary the Virgin in the Diocese of Durham
Lease by (1) to (2) of 19 North Bailey, formerly occupied by the Revd John Edwin Watts Ditchfield; with permission to sublet a portion of the house and covenants for the use and maintenance of the premises and for the purchase of the reversion for £2000 or such other sum as is agreed upon.
Term: 5 years, with provision for termination at the end of 3.
Rent: £70 pa and half the rent of income over £20 gained by subletting.

UND/F3/C3/A2/75    [1919]
Abstract of title of Emily Constantia Rowlandson widow and Samuel Messiter Rowlandson of The College, Durham, a Major in HM Army, both of Whitwell Grange, Co. Durham, to a dwelling house being 19 North Bailey, with plan. Recites the above conveyance and mortgage of 9 and 15 June 1885 (UND/F3/C3/A2/72&73), and the will of Christopher Rowlandson (died 8 May 1908) proved 25 June 1908.

UND/F3/C3/A2/76   26 July & 5 August 1919
Queries and responses of the solicitors for both parties regarding a conveyance from Rowlandson and another to Darwin and others.

UND/F3/C3/A2/77   12 March 1920 - 10 October 1924
Insurance policy of the British Law Insurance Co Ltd with Foyle Fawcett on the buildings and contents at 18 North Bailey, a stable and coach house in Bow Lane and contents including silver plate won at greyhound races; with subsequent endorsements and a memorandum varying the terms of the policy.

UND/F3/C3/A2/78   14 October 1922
Certificate of the payment of estate duty on the death of George Foyle Fawcett late of Liverpool City and of 18 North Bailey, Durham, (died 23 September 1916) in respect of a freehold dwelling house with stables, situate at 18 North Bailey.

UND/F3/C3/A2/79   30 April 1923
(1) Foyle Fawcett of 18 North Bailey, Durham City, esq
(2) Frederick George Storey of 12 South Bailey, Durham City, esq
Lease by (1) to (2) of a parcel of ground measuring 121 sq yds between (1)'s stables and the dwelling house belonging to Samaritan Nurses in Bow Lane to be used as a motor garage for 14 years at £1 10s per annum.

UND/F3/C3/A2/80   1925
Abstract of title to 18 North Bailey, Durham City. Recites deeds, wills and events from 1 November 1842 to the death of Frances Foyle Fawcett on 26 July 1924 including the bargain and sale of 1 November 1842 (UND/F3/C3/A2/65) and the lease of 30 April 1923 (UND/F3/C3/A2/79) above. By Wilsons Ornsby & Cadle, Durham.

UND/F3/C3/A2/81   12 March 1925
(1) Foyle Fawcett esq and others
(2) The Governing Body of St Chad's Hall
Agreement for the conveyance by (1) to (2) of:
- the dwelling house at 18 North Bailey (formerly 2 dwelling houses adjoining each other) extending from the street of North Bailey eastwards to the ancient castle or town wall, and the garden or piece of ground behind or beneath and to the east of the said dwelling house and garden and extending from the said castle or town wall to the River Wear;
- the coach house, stable yard and motor garage in Bow Lane formerly used as a stable and coach house in connection with the said dwelling house but excepting part of the cellar extending eastwards under the adjoining property.
Title to begin with the above indenture of 1 November 1842 (UND/F3/C3/A2/65).
Price: £2000.

UND/F3/C3/A2/82   20 March 1925
Certificate of the payment of estate duty on the death of Francis ( sic ) Foyle Fawcett late of 18 North Bailey, Durham, (died 26 July 1924) in respect of a freehold dwelling house with stables, situate at 18 North Bailey.

UND/F3/C3/A2/83   20 April 1932
Application by Henry D. Irwin, 54 New Bridge Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, surviving trustee of the Canon Body Memorial Trust Fund, to transfer the fund's legal interest in a freehold dwelling house at 19 North Bailey to the Durham Diocesan Board of Finance.

UND/F3/C3/A3   1713 - 1775
Bundle of deeds for 17, 18, 19 North Bailey, Durham City.

UND/F3/C3/A3/1   30 September 1713
(1) Elizabeth Marley of Durham City, widow
(2) Robert Spearman of Durham City, gent
Mortgage for £150 of 2 messuages occupied by (1) and Thomas Bowes gent, with a stable formerly a waste between a messuage held by Jacob Redshaw and a stable belonging to Mr Ambrose Crosby, in North Bailey, reciting a bargain and sale of 30 August 1709. Including a receipt. Witnesses.

UND/F3/C3/A3/2   30 June 1714
(1) Elizabeth Marley of Durham City, widow
(2) Robert Spearman of Durham City, gent
Mortgage for £200 of premises as in UND/F3/C3/A3/1. Including a receipt. Witnesses.

UND/F3/C3/A3/3   8 March 1722
(1) Robert Spearman of Durham City, gent
(2) Elizabeth Marley of Durham City, widow
(3) John Fawcett of Durham City, esq
Assignment of the premises as in UND/F3/C3/A3/1 by (1) to (3) in trust for (2) in return for £254. Recites UND/F3/C3/A3/2. Including a receipt.

UND/F3/C3/A3/4   4 & 5 May 1722
(1) Elizabeth Marley of Durham City, widow; John Fawcett of Durham City, esq
(2) Katherine Bowes of Durham City, widow
Lease and release of the premises as in UND/F3/C3/A3/1, reciting UND/F3/C3/A3/3. and adding that (2) had paid the £254.
Consideration: 5s.

UND/F3/C3/A3/5   8 May 1722
(1) Katherine Bowes of Durham City, widow
(2) Elizabeth Marley of Durham City, widow
Lease of the premises as in UND/F3/C3/A3/1 for 99 years at a peppercorn rent. Witnesses.
Consideration: 5s.

UND/F3/C3/A3/6   20 & 21 May 1723
(1) Elizabeth Marley of Durham City, widow; Katherine Bowes of Durham City, widow
(2) Stephen Coulson of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, merchant; Richard Wharton of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, gent
Mortgage of the premises as in UND/F3/C3/A3/1 for £300, reciting a bond of even date between (1) with Joseph Rokeby and (2) in £700.

UND/F3/C3/A3/7   16 September 1723
(1) William Cuthbert of Middle Temple, London, esq;
(2) Stephen Coulson of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, merchant; Richard Wharton of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, gent
Declaration of trust that the £300 in UND/F3/C3/A3/6 was actually part of the £2500 marriage portion of Jane, the late wife of the said William Cuthbert. In 2 hands, with amendments, and a declaration about the amendments.

UND/F3/C3/A3/8   29 January 1726
(1) Katherine Bowes of Durham City, widow
(2) Anne Moore of Durham City, widow
Bond in £150 for the payment of a life annuity of £6 by (1) to (2). Witnesses. With a receipt for the first payment.

UND/F3/C3/A3/9   16 & 17 June 1726
(1) Elizabeth Marley of Durham City, widow; Katherine Bowes of Durham City, widow
(2) Stephen Coulson of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, merchant; Richard Wharton of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, gent
(3) William Cuthbert of Middle Temple, London, esq
(4) James Clavering of Greencroft, Co. Durham, esq; John Morland of Durham City, esq; Michael Brabin, esq, mayor of Durham City; Richard Stowhewer the elder, gent, alderman of Durham City
Mortgage for £400 of the premises as in UND/F3/C3/A3/1, reciting UND/F3/C3/A3/6.
Endorsed with receipts and also declarations of 16 July and 29 October 1726 of the application by the Mayor and Aldermen of Durham of £100 and £40 from the will of Mr Cradock for building a workhouse within the City of Durham.

UND/F3/C3/A3/10   9 January 1729
Copy will of Katherine Bowes of North Bailey, Durham City, widow. Bequests to son William and daughter Margery of property in North Bailey, Durham City, and Whickham township, Co. Durham, also bequests to daughters Rokeby and Ann Moore, grandson Thomas Rokeby and granddaughter Catherine Rokeby. Executor Ralph Johnson.

UND/F3/C3/A3/11   10 January 1737
(1) William Bowes of North Bailey, Durham City, gent; Margery Bowes of North Bailey, Durham City, spinster; Margaret Rookeby of North Bailey, Durham City, widow
(2) Joseph Brown of Brancepeth, Co. Durham, gent
Demise in trust for 99 years of Katherine Bowes's property in North Bailey, Durham City, and Whickham township, Co. Durham, reciting UND/F3/C3/A3/10. Also the demise of money remaining from £800 held by George Bowes, esq, in trust for (2) to discharge the debts of Katherine Bowes.

UND/F3/C3/A3/12   9 & 10 January 1738
(1) James Clavering of Greencroft, Co. Durham, esq
(2) William Bowes of Durham City, gent; Margery Bowes of Durham City, spinster
(3) Joseph Brown of Brancepeth, Co. Durham, gent
Lease and release by (1) to (3) in trust for (2) of the messuages in North Bailey formerly held by Elizabeth Marley and Katherine Bowes occupied by Charis Cotes spinster, Mary Garth widow, Margaret Rookby, John Reynolds, William Bowes and Margery Bowes, with the associated stable or coach-house occupied by Margaret Lady Darcy and Robert Waugh.

UND/F3/C3/A3/13   6 & 7 June 1740
(1) Joseph Brown of Brancepeth, Co. Durham, gent
(2) William Bowes of Durham City, gent; Margery Bowes of Durham City, spinster; Margaret Rokeby of Durham City, widow
(3) Ralph Johnson of Durham City, merchant
Lease and release by (1) at the direction of (2) to (3) of the messuages in North Bailey occupied by William Bowes, Margery Bowes, Margaret Rokeby, John Thacker and Mary Garth with the associated stable and coach-house occupied by Margaret Lady Darcy and Robert Waugh.

UND/F3/C3/A3/14   17 & 18 June 1740
(1) Ralph Johnson of Sunderland, merchant
(2) William Bowes of Durham City, gent; Margery Bowes of Durham City, spinster; Margaret Rokeby of Durham City, widow, all children of the late Katherine Bowes
(3) Robert Waugh of Bow Lane, Durham, gent
Lease and release by (1) and (2) to (3) of the messuages in Whickham township, Co. Durham, occupied by Mr Barras, and the premises in North Bailey as in UND/F3/C3/A3/13, (2) to levy a fine within 3 months for (3). Details of reversions to and continued occupation by (2).
Consideration of £80.

UND/F3/C3/A3/15   24 June 1740
(1) Robert Waugh, gent
(2) William Bowes, gent; Margery Bowes, spinster; Margaret Rokeby, widow
Final concord for the messuages in North Bailey in St Mary le Bow parish, Durham City, and Whickham parish, Co. Durham.

UND/F3/C3/A3/16   5 February 1742
(1) Ralph Johnson of Sunderland, gent
(2) William Bowes of Durham City, gent; Margery Bowes of Durham City, spinster; Margaret Rokeby of Durham City, widow, son and daughters of the late Katherine Bowes
(3) Robert Waugh of Bow Lane, Durham, gent
Deed to charge the further sum of £30 in addition to the £80 recited in UND/F3/C3/A3/14.
Endorsed with a note of the receipt of the sum.

UND/F3/C3/A3/17   13 June 1744
(1) Ralph Johnson of Sunderland, gent
(2) William Bowes of Durham City, gent; Margery Bowes of Durham City, spinster; Margaret Rokeby of Durham City, widow, all being children of the late Katherine Bowes
(3) Robert Waugh of Bow Lane, Durham, gent
Deed to charge the further sum of £40 in addition to the £110 recited in UND/F3/C3/A3/14 and UND/F3/C3/A3/16.
Endorsed with a note of the receipt of the sum.

UND/F3/C3/A3/18   20 May 1745
Copy will of Robert Waugh of Bow Lane, Durham, tobacconist. Bequeaths all his estate to his wife Martha Waugh whom he appoints his executrix. Witnesses.

UND/F3/C3/A3/19   8 March 1751
(1) Ann Moore of Durham City, widow
(2) John Lowes of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, gent
Assignment of annuity from Katherine Bowes, and arrears, reciting UND/F3/C3/A3/8.

UND/F3/C3/A3/20   14 & 15 August 1751
(1) Martha Waugh of Bow Lane, Durham City, widow, executrix of her late husband Robert Waugh; Michael Waugh of Bow Lane, Durham City, pewterer, son and heir of the late Robert Waugh
(2) Ralph Johnson of Sunderland, gent
(3) William Bowes of Durham City, gent, brother and heir of the late Margery Bowes; Margaret Rokeby of Durham City, widow; Catherine Rokeby of Durham City, spinster, daughter of Margaret Rokeby
(4) George Watson of Stockton-on-Tees, master mariner
Mortgage in fee for £250 by lease and release of premises as in UND/F3/C3/A3/13, the messuages now being occupied by Isabella Spearman, Ralph Vardy, John Pearson, Ann Saxton, Richard Brice, William Bowes and Margaret Rokeby, and the stable or coach-house by Martha Waugh. William Bowes and Margaret Rokeby to repay (4) with interest specified.

UND/F3/C3/A3/21   13 July 1765
Will of Margaret Rokeby of Old Elvet, Durham, widow. Bequeaths all her property in North Bailey, and all her other effects, to her daughter Catherine Rokeby, whom she makes her executrix. Witnesses.

UND/F3/C3/A3/22   11 & 12 May 1775
(1) Catherine Rokeby of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, spinster, daughter and devisee of the late Margaret Rokeby
(2) William Lowes of Ridley Hall, Northumberland, esq
(3) Jane Lowes of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, widow and executrix of her late husband John Lowes
(4) George Watson of Stockton-on-Tees, master Mariner
(5) Ann Spearman of Durham City, widow
Lease and release by (1), (3) and (4) to (5) of the messuages in North Bailey occupied by Mrs Isabella Spearman, James Readshaw, Cuthbert Proctor, Thomas Hardcastle, Ann Scott and Francis Holmes, with the associated stable or coach-house occupied by Thomas Young for £80 paid by (5) to (2), £380 paid by (5) to (4), £40 paid by (5) to (1) and 10s paid by (5) to (3).
Endorsed with receipts for the various sums.

See UND/F3/C3/A2/40 for an office copy of this deed
UND/F3/C3/A3/23   15 & 16 May 1775
(1) Ann Spearman of Durham City, widow
(2) John Garth of Durham City, gent Lease and release of premises as in UND/F3/C3/A3/22.
Consideration £400. The annual rent of 8s to be paid: 6s 4d by (2) and 1s 8d by (1). (2) to receive the deeds (dating from 1609 to UND/F3/C3/A3/22 listed in an appended schedule).
Endorsed with a receipt for the consideration.

UND/F3/C3/A4   1692 - 1843
Deeds for 21 North Bailey

UND/F3/C3/A4/1   16 December 1692
(1) Isabel Simpson of North Bailey, Durham City, widow
(2) Abraham Spooner of London, vintner
Assignment of a 40 year lease of a burgage on the east side of North Bailey, Durham, from Durham Dean and Chapter of 25 July 1692 at an annual rent of 10s in lieu of a debt of £400 and more owed by (1) to (2).

UND/F3/C3/A4/2   3 July 1693
(1) Hon Charles Montagu, esq, Sheriff of Durham
(2) Thomas Paxton of Durham City, draper
Bill of sale of Isabel Simpson's interest in a messuage in North Bailey, Durham City, for £10, to help satisfy a royal writ to recover £370 with costs of 76s 8d won by Abraham Spooner against Isabel Simpson in the Common Pleas on 3 May 1693.

UND/F3/C3/A4/3   2 November 1693
(1) Isabel Simpson of North Bailey, Durham City, widow
(2) Abraham Spooner of London, vintner
(3) Wheatly Dobson, esq, Mayor of Durham; John Hall, esq, alderman of Durham; John Hutchinson, esq, alderman of Durham; William Greeveson, gent, alderman of Durham
Assignment by (1) and (2) to (3) of their interest in a lease of a burgage on the east side of North Bailey, Durham City, consideration £100 paid to (2). With counterpart.

UND/F3/C3/A4/4   2 November 1693
(1) Thomas Paxton of Durham City, draper taylor
(2) Isabel Simpson of Durham City, widow
(3) Wheatly Dobson, esq, Mayor of Durham; John Hall, esq, alderman of Durham; John Hutchinson, esq, alderman of Durham; William Greeveson, gent, alderman of Durham
Assignment by (1) and (2) to (3) of their interest in a lease of a burgage on the east side of North Bailey, Durham City, consideration 5s paid to (2).

UND/F3/C3/A4/5   2 November 1693
(1) Wheatly Dobson, esq, Mayor of Durham; John Hall, esq, alderman of Durham; John Hutchinson, esq, alderman of Durham; William Greeveson, gent, alderman of Durham
(2) Isabel Simpson of North Bailey, Durham City, widow
Indenture of deforzance that (2) is to pay (1) £100 by 2 May next to nullify previous deeds.
2 copies, that of (2) being endorsed with a note that Thomas Bows paid to (1) one year's due interest on the mortgage on 22 December 1694.

UND/F3/C3/A4/6   20 December 1693
(1) Isabel Simpson of Durham City, widow
(2) Cuthbert Bowes of Durham City, gent; John Proud of Durham City, gent
Assignment by (1) to (2) of her interest in a lease of a burgage on the east side of North Bailey, Durham City, for £50 paid by (2) to (1) and for £20 which (1) owes to John Proud.

UND/F3/C3/A4/7   1 June 1694
(1) Isabel Simpson of Durham City, widow
(2) Thomas Bowes of Durham City, gent
Articles of agreement that (1) will assign her burgage on the east side of North Bailey, Durham City, and will procure from Durham Dean and Chapter a new lease for (2), for the consideration of £250.
Endorsed “Blew Posts”.

UND/F3/C3/A4/8   26 May 1696
(1) Isabel Simpson of North Bailey, Durham City, widow
(2) Wheatley Dobson of Durham City, alderman; John Hall, esq, alderman of Durham; John Hutchinson, gent, alderman of Durham; William Greivson, gent, alderman of Durham
(3) Thomas Bowes of Durham City, gent
Assignment of a lease of a burgage on the east side of North Bailey by (2) at the direction of (1) to (3).
Consideration of £100 paid by (3) to (2) and £150 paid by (3) to (1). With a counterpart.

UND/F3/C3/A4/9   18 July 1696
Account of Thomas Bowes of Durham City for his payments to and on behalf of Isabel Simpson widow from 1 June 1694 to 1696 totalling £328 4s 3d, approved and signed by Mrs Simpson.
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UND/F3/C3/A4/10   20 July 1696
(1) Isabel Simpson of Durham City, widow
(2) Thomas Bowes of Durham City, gent
Bond in £100 for the delivery by (1) to (2) on 10 August of various household goods as outlined in an attached room by room inventory of the goods sold by (1) to (2) and in (2)'s house called “the Blew Posts” in Durham and borrowed from (2) by (1) on 20 July.
Language:  Latin & English

UND/F3/C3/A4/11   7 May 1719
(1) Michael Brabant, esq, Mayor of Durham; Anthony Hall, esq, alderman of Durham; Richard Mascall, alderman of Durham; Richard Stonehewer, alderman of Durham
(2) Francis Brockett of South Bailey, Durham City, plumber
Surrender of the lease of a burgage of the east side of North Bailey, Durham City, granted by Durham Dean and Chapter to Isabel Simpson on 25 July 1692 on condition that (2) will procure a new lease within 3 months.

UND/F3/C3/A4/12   15 May 1719
(1) Catherine Bowes of North Bailey, Durham City, widow & administratrix of her late husband Thomas Bowes, gent
(2) Francis Brockett of South Bailey, Durham City, plumber
Assignment of lease by (1), Thomas Bowes having died intestate, to (2) of a burgage on the east side of North Bailey, consideration of £66.

UND/F3/C3/A4/13   15 May 1719
(1) Catherine Bowes of North Bailey, Durham City, widow
(2) Francis Brockett of South Bailey, Durham City, plumber
Bond in £300 to perform the covenants in a pair of indentures of even date made between the parties.
Language:  Latin & English

UND/F3/C3/A4/14   12 February 1720
(1) Francis Brockett of Durham City, plumber
(2) Margaret Scruton of Durham City, spinster
(3) Catherine Taylor of Durham City, spinster
Durham Dean and Chapter leased to (1) on 25 May 1719 a burgage on the east side of North Bailey, lately occupied by Isabel Simpson and then by Christopher Mickleton gent and Elizabeth Staggs spinster, for 40 years at 10s pa. (1), now intending to marry (3), assigns the east or back side of the burgage, now occupied by Christopher Mickleton, to (2), consisting of 6 rooms with a cellar, the brewhouse and stable to be split, with right of access through the tenement and to the “cogg house”. (2) to have the issues until the marriage, then (1) to have them with reversion to (3) and any issue, and then (2).

UND/F3/C3/A4/15   22 February 1720
(1) Margaret Scruton of Durham City, spinster
(2) Francis Brockett of Durham City, plumber
Assignment by (1) to (2) of a mortgage by lease to (1) by Simon Lodge of Sunderland, gent, on 5 September 1718 of the Low Pasture, Walkerfield, Co. Durham, of 17 acres, previously held by Simon Lodge the father, and before him Peter Horne, for £100, as a marriage is forthcoming between (2) and Catherine Taylor, niece of (1).

UND/F3/C3/A4/16   14 May 1742
(1) Francis Brockett of North Bailey, Durham City, plumber
(2) Sir Ralph Conyers of Chester-le-Street, Co. Durham, bart
Assignment for £100 of a lease to (1) by Durham Dean and Chapter on 20 July 1733 of a burgage on the east side of North Bailey, lately occupied by Isabel Simpson, for 40 years from the previous 25 Jun.

UND/F3/C3/A4/17   4 January 1743
(1) Richard Chandler, MA, vicar general
(2) Catherine Brockett, widow of Francis Brockett late of Durham St Mary-le-Bow, gent
Letters of administration for the estate of Francis Brockett.

UND/F3/C3/A4/18   1 December 1744
(1) Sir Ralph Conyers of Chester-le-Street, Co. Durham, bart
(2) Catherine Brockett of North Bailey, Durham City, widow and administratrix of Francis Brockett, late plumber; William Brockett of North Bailey, Durham City, plumber, eldest son of Francis and Catherine Brockett
(3) Lawrence Brockett of Headlam, Co. Durham, gent
Assignment by (2) to (3) of a lease of a burgage on the east side of North Bailey, (3) paying £100 to (1) and £350 to (2), Francis Brockett having died intestate.

UND/F3/C3/A4/19   1 December 1744
(1) Catherine Brockett of North Bailey, Durham City, widow; William Brockett of North Bailey, Durham City, plumber
(2) Laurence Brockett of Headlam, Co. Durham, gent
Bond in £900 for the payment of £450 with interest on next 1 June.

UND/F3/C3/A4/20   9 October 1754
(1) Catherine Brockett of North Bailey, Durham City, widow
(2) William Brockett of Chancery Lane, London, gent, son, heir and executor of Laurence Brockett late of Headlam, Co. Durham, gent
Assignment of a 40 year lease of 3 August 1747 of a burgage on the east side of North Bailey, Durham City, for £486 principal money and interest and £50 for the purchase of the equity of redemption.

UND/F3/C3/A4/21   9 October 1754
(1) Elizabeth Brockett, Margaret Brockett and Catherine Brockett, spinsters, daughters of late Francis Brockett of Durham City, plumber and glazier
(2) William Brockett of Chancery Lane, London
Quitclaim to a burgage on the east side of North Bailey, Durham City, held by lease, for £50 paid by (2) to Catherine Brockett of Durham City, widow of Francis Brockett. )

UND/F3/C3/A4/22    30 November 1754
Notice of sale of a burgage in North Bailey, Durham City, with a tenement on the backside, late belonging to Francis Brockett, held by 40 year lease at 10s pa from Durham Dean and Chapter of 3 August 1747, occupied by Richard Wetherell and Mrs Catherine Brockett. Terms of the sale detailed, “to be putt up at £300”, with a list of the bids.

UND/F3/C3/A4/23   15 November 1756
(1) Ralph Brockett of Durham City, apothecary, on behalf of his nephew William Brockett of London, gent
(2) Richard Wetherell of St Mary-le-Bow, Durham City, gent
Articles of agreement for the conveyance on or before next 12 May to (2) of a burgage in St Mary-le-Bow parish, Durham City, where (2) now lives, with the messuage, garden, brewhouse and other out offices adjoining on the back part of it, formerly of Francis Brockett and then his widow Catherine Brockett, with the pew in St Mary-le-Bow, held by 40 year lease of Durham Dean and Chapter, with (2) paying £335 to William Brockett. (2) is to enjoy the late Catherine Brockett's part of the premises rent-free until 12 May, and the brewing vessel in the brewhouse.

UND/F3/C3/A4/24   March - April 1757
Notes on William Brockett's title [to the burgage in North Bailey] by Mr Rudd and Mr Sharp, with two schedules of deeds 1692-1754, one noted as being deeds received from Ralph Robson of Darlington 5 March 1757.

UND/F3/C3/A4/25   18 April 1757
Grant of probate by the Commissary of the Bishop of London of the attached will of John Brockett, late of Durham City, now of the ship “London”, Joseph Barker commander, of 13 February 1748, bequeathing all his estate to his cousin William Brockett, clerk of the High Court of Chancery, also named his executor.
Endorsed “Poor” and “Sworn under five pounds”.

UND/F3/C3/A4/26   12 May 1757
(1) William Brockett of Chancery Lane, London, gent, executor of the will of the late John Brockett, son of the late Francis Brockett
(2) John Grey of Norton, Co. Durham, gent, administrator of the late William Brockett, son of the late Francis Brockett
(3) Richard Wetherell of Durham City, gent
Assignment by (1) and (2) to (3) of a 40 year lease of a burgage on the east side of North Bailey, Durham City, for £335 paid by (3) to (1).

UND/F3/C3/A4/27   27 September 1773
Appointment of Mary Wetherell, widow, as administrator of her late husband Richard Wetherell of St Mary-le-Bow, Durham City, with his will attached, bequeathing money and goods to his wife Mary, his messuage in which he then dwelt, held by lease, to his wife Mary and their sons-in-law John Hays and John Robson, to be sold for the benefit of his wife and then to pay £300 which was due to John Robson on his marriage to Richard's daughter Margaret, with the remainder to be shared between Richard's daughters Margaret Robson and Eleanor Hays. Including an affidavit by Smith Burke of Durham City, gent, and Cuthbert Stafford of Durham City, gent, that this was Richard's will and that he died on 19 September 1773.

UND/F3/C3/A4/28   3 March 1795
(1) John Hays of Durham St Mary-le-Bow, gent
(2) John Griffith of Durham St Mary-le-Bow, gent
Assignment of a 40 year lease to (1) by Durham Dean and Chapter on 28 September 1785 of a burgage on the east side of North Bailey, Durham City, yearly rent 10s, lately occupied by the late Richard Wetherell and now by Philadelphia Wilkinson, of the value of £400, as part of the marriage portion as (2) was due to marry Mary, the eldest daughter of (1), on the same day.
Inserted: Durham Dean and Chapter five receipts for the rent for 1795 (from (1)) and 1796, 1798, 1799, 1800 (from (2)) and two 1799 receipts for a fine from (2) for a house in the Bailey.

UND/F3/C3/A4/29   1 January 1796
(1) Durham Dean and Chapter
(2) John Hays of Durham City, gent
Licence to alienate (2)'s 40 year lease of 28 September 1785 of a burgage on the east side of North Bailey, Durham City, to John Griffith of Durham City, gent.
Inserted a Durham Dean and Chapter receipt of 21 June 1796 for the alienation fine.

UND/F3/C3/A4/30   28 September 1804
(1) Durham Dean and Chapter
(2) John Griffith of North Bailey, Durham City, gent
Lease of a burgage on the east side of North Bailey, Durham City, lately of Richard Wetherell, gent, and then John Hays, gent, from last 6 July for 40 years at an annual rent of 10s. Repair and alienation convenants.

UND/F3/C3/A4/31   1 May 1805
(1) Durham Dean and Chapter (2) Rt Hon William Lord Auckland, Land Tax Commissioner; Rt Hon Sylvester Lord Glenbervie, Land Tax Commissioner (3) John Griffith of North Bailey, Durham City, gent Bargain and sale of a burgage, with a garth or orchard on the backside, in North Bailey, Durham City, between burgages late occupied by Jane Hilton to the north and Catherine Brockett to the south, lately occupied by Mary Smith, then Richard Stonhewer and now (3), and lately leased to (3) on 28 September 1804 for 40 years at 9s pa; also a burgage on the east side of North Bailey, Durham City, lately occupied by Richard Wetherell, gent, then John Hays, gent, and now (3), with the right of common on moors in the townships of Witton Gilbert and Framwellgate, lately leased to (3) on 28 September 1804 for 40 years at 10s pa. Consideration £123 17s 6d.
Endorsed with a note that the right of common was conveyed for the use of Matthew Woodifield of The College, Durham City, 4 May 1806.
With an attached note of the purchase of the land tax for both houses May 1806 by [(3)].

UND/F3/C3/A4/32   1 April 1806
(1) The Revd George Barrington, clerk, Land Tax Commissioner; Hendry Hopper, esq, Land Tax Commissioner
(2) John Griffith, esq
Certificate of the contract for the redemption of 3s land tax on the burgage now in (2)'s occupation on the east side of North Bailey, Durham City, with the garden and allotment of common, assessed in Easington Ward, with an attached schedule of particulars of the estate.

UND/F3/C3/A4/33   March 1840 - May 1843
Tradesmen's bills for work on 21 North Bailey for John Griffith, esq, especially on the back kitchen, a water closet and the garden, mostly January-May 1843.
a. Robert Robson, joinery, March 1840-March 1843
b. William Thompson, garden work & plants, January-March 1843
c. Thomas Punshon, kitchen, water closet building, other repairs, January-April 1843
d. M. Newby, water closet work, February-March 1843
e. John Macklam, kitchen ironwork, February-April 1843
f. John Macklam, kitchen ironwork, May 1843
g. Thomas Punshon, kitchen building work, May 1843

UND/F3/C3/A5    1747 - 1846
Deeds for 22 and 22A North Bailey.

UND/F3/C3/A5/1   1747 - 1794
Copy will of Anthony Lee of Durham City, gent, 23 July 1747
Devises lands at Witton Gilbert and Fulforth in the chapelry of Witton Gilbert, and in the parish of Durham St Oswald, also his freehold and leasehold messuages with coach-house, stable and gardens, to his mother Margaret Teasdale and his sister Elizabeth Lee.
Including a note that it was compared with the original 3 December 1794.
With:
- a copy quitclaim from Anthony Hall of Wombwell, Yorks, esq, of 14 October 1747, also compared with the original 3 December 1794.
- a copy will of Elizabeth Lee of Durham City, spinster, of 3 December 1773, with codicils of 14 July 1777 and 5 March 1780, devising her lands to Richard Markham of Leeds, cloth merchant.
- a copy quitclaim from John Teasdale of Durham City, gent, of 14 February 1763.
- copy receipts from Margaret Wolfe, Ann Burlingson, Ann Lee and Elizabeth Steel for legacies received under the wills of Margaret Teasdale and Elizabeth Lee 1758-1784.
- 13 receipts of Durham Dean and Chapter for rent received from Margaret Teasdale and Elizabeth Lee for 2 freeholds at Fulforth, a burgage at Fleshergate and 2 burgages in North Bailey 1747-1750,
- 2 receipts of John Mayer for rent received from Anthony Lee for the use of Lord Feversham for hereditaments in North Bailey 1750 & 1752.

UND/F3/C3/A5/2   31 May 1787
(1) George Harris, Vicar General and Official of the Bishop of Durham
(2) Richard Anthony Salisbury (lately Markham), son and heir of the late Richard Markham
Letters of administration with will (with codicils) annexed for the goods, chattels and credits of Elizabeth Lee.

UND/F3/C3/A5/3   11 & 12 May 1794
(1) Henry Mills of Willington, Co. Durham, esq
(2) Richard Anthony Salisbury (late Markham) of Chapeltown, Leeds, esq
(3) Penelope Lawrence Jackson of West Rainton, Co. Durham, widow
Lease and release of a messuage in North Bailey, Durham, bounded by a messuage of William Rudd on the south, the street on the west, a messuage and a garden lately of Jane Newhouse on the north and a garden of William Rudd on the east, with a stable and garden behind.

UND/F3/C3/A5/4   21 July 1794
(1) Durham Dean and Chapter
(2) Henry Mills of Willington, Co. Durham, esq
Licence to alienate a burgage in North Bailey, Durham, between those occupied by Dorothy Shaclock on the south and a burgage occupied by the executors of Richard Wetherell to the north, and a small burgage on the west of North Bailey bordered by a tenement of George Snawdon on the south, the dean's coach house on the west and the Cemetery Garth on the north, to Penelope Lawrence Jackson of West Rainton, Co. Durham, widow.

UND/F3/C3/A5/5   4 August 1795
(1) Penelope Lawrence Jackson of West Rainton, Co. Durham, widow
(2) Samuel Castle of Durham City, gent
Articles of agreement for the sale of premises as in UND/F3/C3/A5/3 for £580.

UND/F3/C3/A5/6   20 November 1795
(1) Durham Dean and Chapter
(2) Henry Mills and Penelope Lawrence Jackson
Licence to alienate premises as in UND/F3/C3/A5/4 to Samuel Castle of North Bailey, Durham.

UND/F3/C3/A5/7   23 & 24 November 1795
(1) Penelope Lawrence Jackson of West Rainton, Co. Durham, widow
(2) Samuel Castle of Durham City, gent
(3) William Hoar of Durham City, esq; Francis Smales of Durham City, gent
Lease and release of leasehold and freehold premises in North Bailey as in UND/F3/C3/A5/3 for £580.
With 2 rent receipts from the Dean and Chapter and 2 receipts from the City of Durham for Crown rents for Lord Feversham's estate 1796 & 1797 and Land Tax registration of 10 July 1799.

UND/F3/C3/A5/8   [1802]
Abstract of the title of Robert Crowe, esq, to a close called the Banks in the North Bailey, leased from the Bishop of Durham, consisting of a close used as an orchard and a wall called the castle or town wall. Recites deeds from 19 February 1742 to 1802.

See UND/F3/C3/A2/45 for another version.
UND/F3/C3/A5/9   20 & 21 May 1804
(1) Samuel Castle of Durham City, gent
(2) Robert Dobson of South St, Durham City, gent
Mortgage in fee of the premises as in UND/F3/C3/A5/3 for £800, reciting that Samuel Castle had pulled down the freehold messuage and built anew on the front of 24' 4” so that it would be one edifice with the leasehold messuage.

UND/F3/C3/A5/10   28 September 1804
(1) Durham Dean and Chapter
(2) Samuel Castle of North Bailey, Durham City, gent
Lease for 40 years of a burgage in North Bailey, Durham City, between a burgage of the King occupied by Dorothy Shaclock to the south, a tenement of (1) occupied by the executors of the late Richard Wetherell to the north, as occupied formerly by Mr Gabriel Newhouse, then Elizabeth Lee and lately Henry Mills esq, along with a little burgage, shade or toofall on the west of North Bailey, between a tenement late of George Snawdon on the south, the Dean's coach-house on the west, the Cemetery Garth on the north and the street on the east, at an annual rent of 12s.

UND/F3/C3/A5/11   31 January 1806
(1) Durham Dean and Chapter
(2) William Lord Auckland, Land Tax Commissioner; Sylvester Lord Glenbervie, Land Tax Commissioner
(3) Samuel Castle of North Bailey, Durham City, gent
Sale of a burgage in North Bailey, Durham City, between a burgage of the King occupied by Dorothy Shaclock to the south, a tenement of (1) occupied by the executors of the late Richard Wetherell to the north, as occupied formerly by Mr Gabriel Newhouse, then Elizabeth Lee and lately Henry Mills esq, along with a little burgage, shade or toofall on the west of North Bailey, between a tenement late of George Snawdon on the south, the Dean's coach-house on the west, the Cemetery Garth on the north and the street on the east, with liberty to build on the burgages, and right of common in the townships of Witton Gilbert and Framwellgate, (3) paying £41 14s 6d to (1) and £38 5s 6d to (2).

UND/F3/C3/A5/12   12 July 1806
Account of a fine paid by William Hoar esq and Mr Samuel Castle for the renewal of a lease from the Bishop of Durham of 28 June 1806 of the orchard or banks behind two houses in North Bailey, Durham.
With attached:
- a plan of the orchard (between Bow Lane and the Infirmary Garth) surveyed 1802
- a receipt of Anne Crowe to Samuel Castle 2 April 1802
- a receipt of William Hoar to Samuel Castle 12 July 1806

For similar documents, see UND/F3/C3/A2/50&51 and UND/F3/C3/A6/8
UND/F3/C3/A5/13   25 January 1809
(1) Samuel Castle of Durham City, gent
(2) The Revd Robert Thorp, Archdeacon of Northumberland
Articles of agreement for the conveyance of a freehold messuage, garden and banks behind, with the pew in Durham St Mary le Bow, on 13 May 1809, for £1200.

UND/F3/C3/A5/14   c.1809
Abstract of title to a messuage in North Bailey, Durham, part freehold, part leasehold, bought by Mrs Jackson from Henry Mills esq. With annotations. Drawn up by T Hopper. Possibly of an even date with UND/F3/C3/A3/15 as this is “No 1” and it is “No 2”, and UND/F3/C3/A3/15 is also titled “Further Abstract …”.
- 11 June 1791
(1) Durham Dean and Chapter
(2) Henry Mills of Willington, Co. Durham
Lease for 40 years of a burgage in North Bailey -
29 & 30 March 1709
(1) Philip Robson of Durham City, clerk, and Elizabeth his wife; Henry Dalston of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, merchant, and Bridget his wife; Mary Wilson of Durham City, spinster (Elizabeth, Bridget and Mary being sisters and coheirs of Sudbury Wilson late of Durham City, gent, only son and heir of William Wilson of Durham City, gent)
(2) Jane Newhouse of Durham City, widow
Bargain and sale of a messuage in North Bailey, Durham, bounded by messuages of Mary Benson on the south and Jane Newhouse on the north, the street on the west and a garden late of John Midford on the east, with a stable at the back, for £92.
- 14 November 1728
Will of Jane Newhouse, premises devised to Anthony Lee
- 23 July 1747
Will of Anthony Lee, premises devised to his mother Margaret Teasdale and his sister Elizabeth Lee
- 21 June 1749
Will of Margaret Teasdale, premises devised to her daughter Elizabeth Lee
- 3 December 1773
Will of Elizabeth Lee, premises devised to her relation Richard Markham of Leeds, cloth merchant
- 11 & 12 May 1794
(1) Henry Mills of Willington, Co. Durham, esq
(2) Richard Anthony Salisbury (late Markham) of Chapeltown, Leeds, esq (son and heir of Richard Markham who had died in the lifetime of Elizabeth Lee)
(3) Penelope Lawrence Jackson of West Rainton, Co. Durham, widow
Lease and release by (1) to (3) with the consent of (2), (2) having “some time ago” (not recorded in this abstract) sold it to (1), of a messuage in North Bailey, Durham City, with the garden behind, bounded by a messuage of Mary Benson widow and then William Rudd esq on the south, the street on the west, the [leasehold] messuage on the north, and a garden of William Rudd on the east, for £515.

UND/F3/C3/A5/15   c.1809
Further abstract of deeds relating to the title to a messuage, garden, banks and stable in North Bailey sold by Mr Castle to Dr Thorp, reciting deeds 1795-1806, deeds UND/F3/C3/A5/7 and 8-10 and a lease to William Hoar esq and Mr Samuel Castle by the bishop of Durham of 28 June 1806 of the orchard or banks behind two houses in North Bailey, Durham. With the opinion of Mr Williamson of Newcastle of 8 April 1809 about the need for deeds UND/F3/C3/A5/16 and UND/F3/C3/A5/17.

UND/F3/C3/A5/16   5 & 6 May 1809
(1) Robert Dobson of South St, Durham City, gent
(2) William Hoar of Durham City, esq, and Francis Smales of Durham City, gent
(3) Samuel Castle the elder of Durham City, gent, and Hannah Castle his wife
(4) The Revd Robert Thorp, Archdeacon of Northumberland
(5) Thomas Grey Alder of Goswick, Co. Durham, esq
(6) William Hoar and Samuel Castle the elder
Deed to lead the uses of a fine by lease and release for a messuage newly built on by (3) on the site of a freehold messuage, with a garden behind, lately held by William Harrison, then Thomas Beckles, brewer, Richard Beckles, gent, Nicholas Corby and William Wilson, then Henry Mills, and then Penelope Lawrence Jackson, bounding a messuage late of Mary Benson widow, then William Rudd esq, and then Leatitia Rudd widow on the south, the street on the west, the burgage below on the north, and a garden of Henry Mitford esq, then William Rudd and then Laetitia Rudd on the east; together with a burgage in the North Bailey between a burgage of the King occupied by Dorothy Shacklock on the south and a tenement of Durham Dean and Chapter occupied by the executor of late Richard Wetherell gent then John Griffith on the north, formerly held by Mr Gabriel Newhouse, then Elizabeth Lee, then (3); and also a burgage now used as a stable and hayloft by (3) on the west of North Bailey, bounding a tenement late of George Snowdon and now Mr MacKenzie on the south, the Dean's coach-house and the cemetery garth on the west and north, and the street on the east.

UND/F3/C3/A5/17   10 May 1809
(1) Thomas Grey Alder
(2) Samuel Castle the elder and Hannah his wife
Final concord for 3 messuages in St Mary le Bow, Durham City.
2 copies.
Enclosed in a wrapper with a note by Mr Castle sending them to Dr Thorpe to “be put amongst the Title Deeds of the House”.

UND/F3/C3/A5/18   31 December 1811
Extract of the probate will of Robert Thorp, archdeacon of Northumberland, devising his messuage and share of the Banks held by lease for 3 lives in the Bailey, Durham City, to his wife and then his eldest son Robert Thorp. Made 15 November 1811.

UND/F3/C3/A5/19   29 June 1812
(1) Shute [Barrington] Bishop of Durham
(2) William Hoar of Durham City, esq; John Griffith the elder of Durham City, gent
Lease of a parcel of land lately used as an orchard in North Bailey, Durham City, bounded by the River Wear to the east, formerly held by Edward Kirby clerk, then Mrs Elizabeth Kirby his widow, William Lee the elder, Thomas Rudd, Laetitia Rudd, and also the adjoining castle wall, to which (2) are allowed to affix fruit trees, with any buildings on the close, reserving woods, mines and quarries, their working and access to them to (1), for the lives of the said Thomas Griffith, William Charles Hoar and also John Griffith, aged 12, son of John Griffith, for 1s 8d pa, on the surrender of a lease of 28 June 1806 for the lives of Samuel Castle (now dead) then aged 22, son of Samuel Castle, Thomas Griffith, aged 10, son of John Griffith, and William Charles Hoar, aged 3, son of William Hoar.
Endorsed with the delivery of seisin 27 August 1812.
In a wrapper with a note that William Hoar was afterwards William Harland and that the bishop of Durham later enfranchised the premises and they were conveyed by Anne Harland and John Griffith to John Fawcett esq on 7 November 1842.

UND/F3/C3/A5/20   21 April 1813
Insurance policy of Phoenix Assurance Company for the dwelling-house (£1000) and contents (£500) of William Hoare, esq, of The Bailey, Durham City.
Endorsed with a note that William Hoar had taken the name of William Harland 25 May 1827.
With receipts for premiums from Mr Harland 1834 and Mrs Harland 1835 & 1842.
In a wrapper with details of premiums.

UND/F3/C3/A5/21   10 March 1814
Abstract of deeds relating to the title to a messuage, garden, banks and stable in North Bailey, Durham City, 1809-1812, reciting UND/F3/C3/A5/16-19.
Made by Thorp of Alnwick, for Mr Castle “on behalf of Mrs Brand, the purchaser” and delivered “by me W.H.” on 10 March 181?4.

UND/F3/C3/A5/22    16 September 1814
(1) Robert Thorp of Alnwick, Northhumberland, esq, eldest son of the late Robert Thorp
(2) Deborah Brand, South Bailey, Durham, widow
Memorandum of an agreement for the sale on 23 November next for £1260 of a freehold messuage on the east of North Bailey, with the chaise house and stable on the west of North Bailey, lately occupied by Archdeacon Thorp deceased and then his widow Mrs Thorp, also deceased, and also the leasehold banks below the messuage and a pew in Durham St Mary le Bow parish church, including an inventory of the property's contents.
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UND/F3/C3/A5/23   1 & 2 November 1814
(1) Robert Thorp of Alnwick, Northhumberland, esq, eldest son, heir and executor of the late Robert Thorp Archdeacon of Northumberland, and Mary Ann Thorp his wife
(2) Deborah Brand late of South Bailey, now of North Bailey, Durham City, widow
Deed to lead the uses of a fine for a messuage lately built by Samuel Castle in North Bailey, Durham City, with a garden behind, lately held by William Harrison, then Thomas Beckles, brewer, Richard Beckles, gent, Nicholas Corby, William Wilson, then Henry Mills, then Penelope Lawrence Jackson, then Samuel Castle, then Archdeacon and Grace Thorp, bounding a messuage held by Mary Benson widow, then William Rudd esq, then Laetitia Rudd, then Mrs Crowe on the south, the street on the west, the burgage below on the north, and a garden of John Midford esq, then William Rudd, Laetitia Rudd and Mrs Crowe on the east; and also a burgage in North Bailey, Durham City, between a burgage of the King occupied by Dorothy Shacklock on the south and a tenement of Durham Dean and Chapter occupied by the executors of the late Richard Wetherell gent, then John Griffith on the north, along with associated pews in St Mary le Bow, Durham City; formerly held by Mr Gabriel Newhouse, then Elizabeth Lee, then Samuel Castle, then Archdeacon Thorp and his wife Grace; and also a burgage now used as a stable, coach house and hayloft on the west of North Bailey, bounding a tenement late of George Snowdon, then Mr MacKenzie and now the Revd Thomas Bowlby on the south, the Dean's coach-house and the cemetery garth on the west and north, and the street on the east. The latter two burgages, formerly held by lease, were lately enfranchised by Samuel Castle and conveyed to him 31 January 1836.
With a receipt for the consideration of £1260 and another for £189.

UND/F3/C3/A5/24   22 November 1814
(1) Deborah Brand
(2) Robert Thorp and Mary Ann Thorp his wife
Final concord for 3 messuages in St Mary le Bow, Durham City.
2 copies.
With a note from Mr Griffith sending them to (1) 28 March 1818.

UND/F3/C3/A5/25   31 August 1815
(1) Shute [Barrington], Bishop of Durham
(2) Rt Hon William Lord Radstock, Land Tax Commissioner; Rt Hon Nicholas Vansittart, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Land Tax Commissioner
(3) Deborah Brand of Durham City, widow
Bargain and sale by (1) to (3) for £16 13s 8d of a plot of land in North Bailey, Durham City, behind (3)'s garden on the west, bounded by the Wear on the east, land of John Griffith, esq, on the north and land of Anne Crowe, widow, to the south, previously leased by (1) to William Hoare and John Griffith 29 June 1812.
With 3 notes about (3)'s enfranchisement money.

UND/F3/C3/A5/26   31 August 1815
(1) Shute [Barrington], Bishop of Durham
(2) Rt Hon William Lord Radstock, Land Tax Commissioner; Rt Hon Nicholas Vansittart, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Land Tax Commissioner
(3) John Griffith of Durham City, esq
Bargain and sale by (1) to (3) for £10 7s 9d of a plot or parcel of land in North Bailey, Durham City, behind the garden of (3) on the west, the River Wear on the east, a plot of land of Sir Robert Johnson Eden bart on the north, a plot of land of Deborah Brand, widow, on the south, originally leased by (1) on 29 June 1812 to William Hoar, esq, and (3) for 3 lives.

UND/F3/C3/A5/27   c.1840
Copy will of 1 September 1835 of Deborah Brand of North Bailey, Durham, widow, with a codicil of 24 November 1840, bequeathing her messuage in North Bailey to her niece Mary Ann Malkin.

UND/F3/C3/A5/28   12 December 1845
(1) Arthur Thomas Malkin of 21 Wimpole St, London, esq; Mary Anne Malkin, his wife
(2) Ven Charles Thorp, Archdeacon of Durham
Memorandum of an agreement to sell for £1200 a messuage on the east side of North Bailey, with coach house and stable, and a pew in Durham St Mary le Bow, lately of Mrs Deborah Brand, currently occupied by Major Wemyss, subject to the annual 5s Feversham rent and a 7 year lease of 14 February 1840. Payment to be on 23 November 1846. With a sketch plan of the property.

UND/F3/C3/A5/29   c.1845
Extract of the will of John Griffith of North Bailey, Durham, died 15 May 1845. Will proved York 2 June 1845 and Canterbury 19 June 1845, estates to descend to his eldest son Thomas Griffith.
Endorsed as “Additional Abstract to Mr Malkin's title”.

UND/F3/C3/A5/30   c.1846
Copy abstract of deeds relating to the title to a messuage, garden, banks and stable in North Bailey, Durham City, 1795-1812, reciting UND/F3/C3/A5/7, 8-10 and 16-19, and also a lease of 28 June 1806 by Shute Barrington bishop of Durham to William Hoar of Durham, esq, & Samuel Castle the elder of Durham City, gent, of banks behind the messuage for the lives of Samuel Castle the son, Thomas Griffith son of John and William Charles Hoar son of William noted in the abstract as “not with the Deeds”.
Made by Bramwell and Hargreaves of Durham.

UND/F3/C3/A5/31   5 June 1846
Further abstract of the title to a freehold messuage, gardens, coach-house and stable in North Bailey, Durham City, belonging to A.J. Malkin, esq, and his wife Mary Ann, 1814-1842, reciting UND/F3/C3/A5/23-25, UND/F3/C3/A5/27 and a lease of 14 February 1842 by Arthur Thomas Malkin and his wife Mary Anne to James Wemyss of South Bailey, Durham City, of the messuage for 7 years at £50 pa.
Made by Bramwell and Hargreaves of Durham.

UND/F3/C3/A6   1794 - 1815
A bundle of papers probably of John Griffith, a Durham solicitor, relating to his involvement, with others, in acquiring part of the Banks, Durham City, from the bishop of Durham in the early 1800s.

UND/F3/C3/A6/1   1794 - 1796
Account of moneys paid by W. Hay.

UND/F3/C3/A6/2   March 1802
Memorial statement and valuation for the purchase of the reversion of part of the Banks by Robert Crowe of Kiplin, Yorkshire, esq, from Shute Barrington, bishop of Durham.

UND/F3/C3/A6/3   26 March 1802
Agreement between the prospective purchasers of the Banks from Robert Crowe.
With a draft inserted.

UND/F3/C3/A6/4   29 March 1802
(1) Thomas Walton of Northallerton
(2) John Griffith of Durham, esq
Letter reporting that Col Crowe is not interested in the enfranchisement of the Banks but he is happy to enfeoff Mrs Crowe.

UND/F3/C3/A6/5   31 March 1802
(1) Thomas Walton of Northallerton
(2) John Griffith of Durham, esq
Letter reporting that Col Crowe had signed the memorial.

UND/F3/C3/A6/6    22 May 1802
Abstract relating to the Infirmary Garth, North Bailey, leased from Durham Dean and Chapter, reciting deeds 1720-1743.

UND/F3/C3/A6/7   1804 - 1806
John Griffith's bills concerning the enfranchisement of houses in the Bailey, Durham City, and the purchase of land tax.

UND/F3/C3/A6/8   10 January 1806
Account of William Hoar and Samuel Castle for the fine and fees paid for the renewal of the lease from the Bishop of Durham of the orchard or banks behind the houses in the Bailey showing the proportions to be paid by each of the proprietors (Mrs Anne Crowe, Mr Castle, Mr Griffith, Sir John Eden, Mr Hoar, Mrs Spearman and Mr Williams), the new lease being for 3 lives from 29 July 1805; with a receipt for £2 2s paid by John Griffith.
Attached:
- Plan, based on a survey of 1802, of part of the Banks in the North Bailey held from the Bishop of Durham by a lease for lives giving the sizes of plots with a table of occupiers. Scale 20yds to 1”. Coloured.
- Anne Crowe's receipt for £50 paid by John Griffith for part of the leasehold Banks behind the gardens occupied by Mrs Wharton and John Griffith.

For similar documents, see UND/F3/C3/A2/50&51 and UND/F3/C3/A5/12
UND/F3/C3/A6/9   25 March 1806
John Griffith's schedule of his messuage on the east side of North Bailey for redeeming land tax.
2 versions.

UND/F3/C3/A6/10   28 June 1806
(1) Shute [Barrington] Bishop of Durham
(2) William Hoar of Durham City, esq; Samuel Castle the elder of Durham City, gent
Copy lease of a close or parcel of ground lately used as an orchard near North Bailey, Durham, previously leased to Edward Kirby, clerk, then Elizabeth Kirby, his widow, then William Lee the elder, then Thomas Rudd, then Laetitia Rudd, with the adjoining town wall, reserving to the bishop cutting down wood, any mines or quarries, and any necessary waggon ways, for the life of the longest liver of Samuel Castle the son aged 22, Thomas Griffith son of John Griffith aged 10 and William Charles Hoar son of the said William Hoar aged 3, at an annual rent of 1s 8d, on the surrender of a lease for 3 lives of 29 July 1805 as 2 of the lives have expired.
Endorsed with a note of the delivery of seisin on 9 October 1806.

UND/F3/C3/A6/11   12 July 1806
Receipt for £4 from John Griffith, being his proportion of the fine for the lease of the Banks from the Bishop of Durham renewed 28 June 1806, with details of the proportions.
Endorsed with notes about the lives of the lease and its delivery.

UND/F3/C3/A6/12   28 November 1806
(1) Elizabeth Wharton of the Bailey
(2) J[ohn] Griffith, esq
Letter giving (1)'s notice for her house in the Bailey as she has agreed to take a house of Mr Hopper in the South Bailey.

UND/F3/C3/A6/13   c.1812
Specification for building a wall between the properties of Mr Griffith and Miss Wharton.

UND/F3/C3/A6/14   27 August 1812
Account of the fines and fees paid for the renewal of the lease of the Banks.
With a draft inserted.
Signed by William Hoar and John Griffith

UND/F3/C3/A6/15    28 August 1812
(1) D. Turner for William Enner, esq
(2) William Hoar & John Griffith
Receipt for the moneys for the renewal of the lease from the Bishop of Durham.

UND/F3/C3/A6/16   April 1814
Valuation of timber growing on the Banks, leased by William Hoar and John Griffith from the bishop of Durham.
2 copies.

UND/F3/C3/A6/17   1815
Account of enfranchisement money due for the leasehold Banks and timber, to be paid to Mr T. Davison of Sedgefield.

UND/F3/C3/A6/18   5 January 1815
(1) Mr W. Young of 28 Parliament St, [London]
(2) Mr T. Davison
Copy letter approving the sale by the Bishop of Durham to Mr Griffith but not that to Mr Shepperdson.
With an attached valuation of April 1814 of the timber on the Banks leased by the bishop of Durham to William Hoar and John Griffith.

UND/F3/C3/A6/19   11 February 1815
John Griffith's receipt for delivering his copy of the Banks lease to Mr T. Davison.

UND/F3/C3/A6/20   26 April 1815
(1) B. Dacosta of 5 Duke St, Adelphi, London
(2) T. Davison, esq
Letter about the legal requirements for conveying [The Banks] to William Hoare.

UND/F3/C3/A6/21   22 May 1815
(1) John Griffith of Durham
(2) B. Dacosta
Draft letter about the enfranchisement of the Banks and the legal process of their conveyance.

UND/F3/C3/A6/22   30 May 1815
(1) B. Dacosta of 5 Duke St, Adelphi, London
(2) John Griffith of Durham, esq
Letter about the costs of conveying [The Banks].

UND/F3/C3/A6/23   3 June 1815
Description of the 6 plots of land on the Banks to be sold to the named proprietors.

UND/F3/C3/B1   1835 - 1935
Deeds for two thirds of the advowson of Elton rectory, Co. Durham.

UND/F3/C3/B1/1   12 September 1835
Copy will of Thomas Wade the younger of Follingsby, Co. Durham, esq. Bequests include the advowson of Elton rectory, Co. Durham, to his brother Albany Wade; also the manors of Elton and Follingsby with their mining interests to Ralph Pemberton of Belmont, Co. Durham, esq, and Abraham Story the younger of Durham City, gent.
Endorsed that he died 29 April 1836.

UND/F3/C3/B1/2   15 July 1852
Office copy of the will of Albany Wade of Viewly Hill, Elton, Co. Durham, bequeathing all his estate to his wife Elizabeth Orde Wade. Proved 15 September 1852.
With a note of grant of administration 15 September 1855 to Matthew Hutton Chaytor.

UND/F3/C3/B1/3   13 September 1852
Copy will of Elizabeth Orde Wade of Stockton on Tees, widow, relict of the late Thomas Pemberton late of Naples. Reciting arrangements for the manor and farms of Barnes, Co. Durham, pews and burying places in Bishopwearmouth church, messuages and lands at Cold Heseldon, Co. Durham, rents at Merton, Co. Durham, mines at Hill Farm and Red House Farm, Bainbridge Holme, Co. Durham, involving various members of the Pemberton family. Also other interests at Belmont, East Herrington, Haining near East Herrington, Stoney Gate, East Cleadon, Hawthorn, Murton, Easington, Easington Moor, Byers Green, Bishopwearmouth, Hendon, Ayers Quay, Moor Farm, all in Co. Durham, and also St Johns Wapping, London, Llanelli and Llanoyidd, Carmarthenshire, and in Pembrokeshire. Appoints William Austin and John Iliffe to sell the estate she had from her father for the benefit of her children.
With a note that the executorships were renounced and administration of the will was granted to Matthew Hutton Chaytor, esq, guardian of the children 25 August 1854 (York) and 12 February 1855 (Canterbury).

UND/F3/C3/B1/4   12 February 1855
Office copy of letters of adminstration for the goods of Elizabeth Orde Wade late of Clifton, Gloucestershire, granted to Matthew Hutton Chaytor, guardian of her children.

UND/F3/C3/B1/5   31 May 1872
Disclaimer by the Revd William Edward Craufurd Austin Gourlay of Stoke Abbott, Dorset, clerk, (called William Austin in UND/F3/C3/B1/3) of the trusts of the will of Elizabeth Orde Wade (died 14 May 1854).

UND/F3/C3/B1/6   1 June 1872
(1) John Iliffe of No 2 Bedford Row, Middlesex, esq
(2) Thomas Shafto Orde Wade of 33 Trinity Square Borough, Surrey, gent
(3) Matthew Hutton Chaytor of 15 Fenchurch St, London, esq; John Richard Fenwick of 12 Fenchurch St, London, esq
Disclaimer by (1) of the trusts of the will of Elizabeth Orde Wade (which comprise only the advowson of Elton rectory, Co. Durham), appointment by (1) of (3) as trustees of the will, and grant of the advowson by (2) (as the heir at law of Albany Wade, the late eldest son of Elizabeth Orde Wade) to (3) for the purposes of the will.

UND/F3/C3/B1/7   27 July 1872
(1) Matthew Hutton Chaytor late of Blackheath, Kent, now of 155 Fenchurch St, London, esq; John Richard Fenwick of 12 Fenchurch St, London, esq
(2) The Revd Jeremiah Curteis of Shelton Rectory, Long Stratton, Norfolk, clerk
Grant of two-thirds of the advowson of Elton rectory, Co. Durham, for £200.

UND/F3/C3/B1/8   28 June 1873
(1) The Revd Jeremiah Curteis of Shelton Rectory, Long Stratton, Norfolk
(2) Frederick Searle Parker of Bedford Row, Middlesex, gent
Grant of two-thirds of the advowson of Elton rectory, Co. Durham, for £260.

UND/F3/C3/B1/9   c.1873
Abstract of title to two thirds of the advowson of Elton rectory 1835-1873.

UND/F3/C3/B1/10   7 February 1874
(1) Frederick Searle Parker of Bedford Row, Middlesex, gent
(2) The Revd James Milner of Elton, Co. Durham, clerk
Grant of two-thirds of the advowson of Elton rectory, Co. Durham, for £400.

UND/F3/C3/B1/11   11 March 1876
Note of probate of the will of the Revd James Milner of Elton, Co. Durham, clerk, died 3 January 1876, Elizabeth Milner widow and executrix.

UND/F3/C3/B1/12   3 December 1926
Copy note of probate of the will of Elizabeth Milner of Bourne Hall, Bushey, Hertfordshire, died 7 September 1926, with a copy of the will, bequeathing her estate, except a £600 investment, to her children Harry Smithson Milner, Elizabeth Eleanor Milner and Margaret Edith Gullard, the first two to be her executors.

UND/F3/C3/B1/13   1934
Abstract of title for one third of Elton advowson, being a 1928 vesting deed.

UND/F3/C3/B1/14   17 May 1934
Certificate by the bishop of Durham of compliance with the Benefices Measure re the transfer of the patronage of the benefice of Elton.
2 copies.

UND/F3/C3/B1/15   29 May 1934
(1) Harry Smithson Milner of Elton rectory, Co. Durham, clerk; Elizabeth Eleanor Milner of Bourne Hall, Bushey, Hertfordshire, spinster
(2) Governing Body of St Chad's Hall, Durham
Grant of two-thirds of the advowson of Elton rectory, Co. Durham, (1) being the executors of Elizabeth Milner late of Bourne Hall, Bushey, Hertfordshire, widow, who held the advowson when she died on 7 September 1926, the next turn being in John Ewer Jefferson Hogg.

UND/F3/C3/B1/16   11 August 1934
Statutory declaration of George Newby esq re the one third of the advowson of Elton rectory held by John Hogg.

UND/F3/C3/B1/17   1934
Additional abstract of title for one third of the advowson of Elton rectory, being an appointment of new trustees 8 October 1934.

UND/F3/C3/B1/18   8 November 1934
(1) John Ewer Jefferson Hogg of 59 Elm Park gardens, London, barrister
(2) John Francis George Cree of 13 Gray's Inn Square, London, solicitor; John Samuel Best of Parklands, Whitminster, Gloucestershire, esq
(3) Governing Body of St Chad's Hall, Durham
Grant by (1) to (3) for 10s of one third of the advowson of Elton rectory, Co. Durham, (that one third being the next turn to present), vested in (1) under a settlement made by the will of John Hogg late of Norton, Co. Durham, and the Inner Temple, esq, proved 2 November 1869, (2) being the present trustees of that will.

UND/F3/C3/B1/19   8 February 1935
A solicitor's letter about the transfer of the advowson, with a schedule of deeds for one third of the advowson of Elton rectory for 1934 received by S.R.P. Moulsdale on 9 February 1935.

UND/F3/C3/B1/20   18 May 1931 – 8 April 1935
Correspondence about the transfer of the advowson of Elton rectory to St Chad's:
- copy out-letters from the Revd S.R.P. Moulsdale and in-letters from the Revd H.S. Milner about the transfer by Milner and his sisters of their two-thirds and the possibility of J.E.J. Hogg's one third (the next presentation) being acquired as well,
- from the college solicitor H. Cecil Ferens about the legal process of the transfers,
- from J.E.J. Hogg about his agreeing to transfer his share,
- and from the Diocesan Board of Finance about augmenting the benefice.
With also:
- a schedule of the deeds for the Milner two-thirds share 1873-1934,
- assents of the college governing body to accept the gift of the advowson March 1934,
- and J.E.J. Hogg's solicitor's bill for work March-October 1934

UND/F3/C3/B2   1718 - 1932
Deeds for the advowson of Rearsby, Leicestershire.

UND/F3/C3/B2/1   23 January 1718
(1) John Orton of Rearsby, Leicestershire, clerk
(2) William Boothby, gent, younger son of William Boothby the elder of Potters Marston, Leicestershire, esq; Simon Barwell of Leicester, gent
(3) Thomas Boothby, gent, son and heir of the said William Boothby the elder; Shukburgh Ashby the younger of Rotherby, Leicestershire, gent; Edward Barwell of Marston Frussell, Northamptonshire, gent; Charles Barwell of Leicester, gent
(4) William Boothby the elder of Potters Marston, Leicestershire, esq; Mary Boothby, spinster, eldest daughter of William Boothby the elder
Attested copy of a marriage settlement for a marriage between (1) and Mary Boothby, William Boothby the elder paying a marriage portion of £800, involving various properties in Rearsby, including the grant of the advowson of the rectory and church of Rearsby by (1) to (2).
Compared with the original 24 November 1804.

UND/F3/C3/B2/2   5 April 1796
(1) Welles Orton of Enfield, Middlesex, esq, only son and heir of the Revd John Orton, late of Rearsby, Leicestershire, clerk
(2) Thomas Charlton the younger of Chilwell, Nottinghamshire, esq
(3) George Williamson of Gaddesby, Leicestershire, gent; Thomas Henton of Hoby, Leicestershire, gent
Attested copy of a deed of trust concerning the various estates and properties in Leicestershire of the late Revd John Orton, including the bequest by his will to his wife Elizabeth Orton and William Pochin of Barkby, Leicestershire, of the next presentation to Rearsby rectory after his death in trust for the Revd Thomas Haines of Leicester, clerk. Including a schedule of bonds and debts.
Compared with the original 23 November 1804.

UND/F3/C3/B2/3   1798
(1) George Williamson of Gaddesby, Leicestershire, gent; Thomas Henton of Hoby, Leicestershire, gent
(2) The Revd John Parsons of Mansfield Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire, clerk
Draft release of the advowson of Rearsby rectory and church, Leicestershire, for £3500.

UND/F3/C3/B2/4   26 September 1798
(1) George Williamson of Gaddesby, Leicestershire, gent; Thomas Henton of Hoby, Leicestershire, gent
(2) The Revd John Parsons of Mansfield Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire, clerk
Draft covenant to produce deeds as necessary for the advowson of Rearsby rectory and church, Leicestershire.

UND/F3/C3/B2/5   6 January 1803
(1) The Revd John Parsons late of Rearsby, Leicestershire, clerk
(2) The Revd Nathaniel Morgan of Bath, clerk
Agreement to sell the advowson of the rectory of Rearsby, Leicestershire, for £6000. Detailing arrangements for payment, including the final £1000 on the death of the Revd Thomas Orton, present incumbent. (2) to indemnify (1) against any dilapidations and also to be allowed to have any bricks lying in the garden of the parsonage. If (1) takes any bricks, he is to pay (2) or replace them. Annotated.

UND/F3/C3/B2/6   19 January 1803
(1) The Revd John Parsons late of Mansfield Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire, now of Rearsby, Leicestershire, clerk
(2) The Revd Nathaniel Morgan of Bath, clerk
Grant of the advowson of the rectory of Rearsby, Leicestershire, for £6000.
Draft, annotated.

UND/F3/C3/B2/7    c.1803
Abstract of title to the advowson of Rearsby church and rectory, Leicestershire, reciting deeds from 1681 to 1803.
Endorsed with a note of the delivery of deeds for the Revd N. Morgan 22 February 1803.

UND/F3/C3/B2/8   12 February 1803
(1) The Revd Nathaniel Morgan of Bath, clerk
(2) John Mansfield of Leicester, banker
Bond of indemnity in £1000, reciting an attached bond of indemnity of even date from (2) to the Revd John Parsons of Rearsby in £1000 re dilapidations of the parsonage house of Rearsby rectory.
Drafts.

UND/F3/C3/B2/9   24 November 1804
(1) George Williamson of Gaddesby, Leicestershire, gent; Thomas Henton of Hoby, Leicestershire, gent
(2) The Revd Nathaniel Morgan of Bath, clerk
Draft deed of confirmation of the grant of the advowson of Rearsby church and rectory, Leicestershire.

UND/F3/C3/B2/10   11 May 1811
Copy probate will of Nathaniel Morgan of Bath, clerk, of 5 July 1808, including the bequest of Rearsby advowson to his son Edward Morgan, rector of Rearsby, on condition he pays £1000 within 3 years of his father's decease to his executors, a £600 mortgage due to Mr Francis Ansty of Lyncombe and Widcombe, Somerset, and also a £300 bond due to Mr Barrett of Bath, bookseller.
With annotations, verified by an affidavit.

UND/F3/C3/B2/11   1 May 1813
Probate of the will of Edward Morgan of Rearsby, Leicestershire, made 29 October 1812, bequeathing the advowson of Rearsby to his brother Nathaniel Morgan of King's College, Cambridge, also made his executor.

UND/F3/C3/B2/12    18 October 1851
(1) The Revd Nathaniel Morgan of Rearsby, Leicestershire, clerk
(2) Samuel Berridge of Leicester, gent
Mortgage of the advowson of Rearsby church and rectory, Leicestershire, for £1000 with interest.

UND/F3/C3/B2/13   14 July 1852
(1) The Revd Nathaniel Morgan of Rearsby, Leicestershire, clerk
(2) Sir Frederick William Heygate of Roecliffe, Leicestershire, bart; Richard Warner Wood of Stoney Gate, Leicestershire, esq
Mortgage of the advowson of Rearsby church and rectory, Leicestershire, for £1000 with interest.
Endorsed as exhibited 2 June 1856 under a petition of bankruptcy against Edward Morgan.

UND/F3/C3/B2/14   29 September 1852
(1) The Revd Nathaniel Morgan of Rearsby, Leicestershire, clerk
(2) Samuel Berridge of Leicester, gent
Further mortgage of the advowson of Rearsby church and rectory, Leicestershire, for £1000 with interest.
With 2 copies of 2 letters about the mortgages.

UND/F3/C3/B2/15   24 January 1853
(1) The Revd Nathaniel Morgan of Rearsby, Leicestershire, clerk
(2) Henry Whateley of Burton Dassett, Warwickshire, farmer & grazier
Mortgage of the advowson of Rearsby church and rectory, Leicestershire, for £1000 with interest as (1) and his son Edward are indebted to (2) by a bond of 22 January 1853.

UND/F3/C3/B2/16   1856
Abstract of title to the advowson of the church and rectory of Rearsby, Leicestershire, reciting deeds from 1681 to 1798.

UND/F3/C3/B2/17   1856
Supplemental abstract of title to the advowson of the church and rectory of Rearsby, Leicestershire, reciting deeds from 1803 to 1812.

UND/F3/C3/B2/18   1856
Abstract of securities affecting the advowson of the church and rectory of Rearsby, Leicestershire, 1851-1853.

UND/F3/C3/B2/19   c.1856
Extracts from the Archdeacon of Leicester's registry admitting, as rectors of Rearsby:
Edward Morgan 14 April 1804,
Nathaniel Morgan 24 December 1812,
George Owsley Fenwicke 4 October 1832,
Nathaniel Morgan (again) 15 October 1834.

UND/F3/C3/B2/20    4 October 1856
(1) The Revd Nathaniel Morgan of Rearsby, Leicestershire, clerk
(2) Samuel Berridge of Leicester, gent
(3) Sir Frederick William Heygate of Roecliffe, Leicestershire, bart; Richard Warner Wood of Stoney Gate, Leicestershire, esq
(4) Henry Whateley of Burton Dassett, Warwickshire, farmer & grazier
(5) John Hassall of Shelford Manor, Nottinghamshire, esq
(6) John Thorpe of Nottingham, corn merchant
Conveyance of the advowson of the church and rectory of Rearsby, Leicestershire, by (2), (3) and (4) (the mortgagees), with the consent of (1) to (5) for his life and then to (6), for £7400.

UND/F3/C3/B2/21    4 October 1856
(1) Samuel Berridge of Leicester, gent; The Ven Henry Kaye Bonney of Lincoln, DD; The Revd Charles Nevison of Stamford, Lincolnshire, clerk
(2) John Hassall of Shelford Manor, Nottinghamshire, esq
Covenant for (1) to indemnify (2) for his title to the advowson of Rearsby church and rectory, as various deeds are missing and not handed over on his purchase of the advowson.

UND/F3/C3/B2/22    4 October 1856
(1) The Revd Nathaniel Morgan of Rearsby, Leicestershire, clerk
(2) Samuel Berridge of Leicester, gent
(3) The Revd Charles Nevison of Stamford, Lincolnshire, clerk
(4) Samuel Berridge of Leicester, gent; John Wadsworth of Nottingham, gent
(5) John Hassall of Shelford Manor, Nottinghamshire, esq
Declaration of investment of £2466 13s 4d in the purchase of stock in the names of (4) by way of indemnity to (5) on his purchase of the advowson of Rearsby.
With an attached receipt of 15 October 1856 for the original investment, and 3 receipts of 12 September 1857 for payments to (1) (his executors), (2) and (3) of £1115 19s, £474 11s 9d and £1115 19s respectively.

UND/F3/C3/B2/23   4 October 1856
Extract from the Rearsby Enclosure Award of 16 June 1762 of allotments containing 333 acres 5 perches to the Revd John Orton as rector.

UND/F3/C3/B2/24   13 October 1856
Declaration of the Revd Nathaniel Morgan, rector of Rearsby, Leicestershire, about the descent of the advowson, the succession of rectors of Rearsby, his mortgages of the advowson, and the financial charges of the will of his father Nathaniel Morgan.

UND/F3/C3/B2/25    15 December 1858
(1) John Hassall of Shelford Manor, Nottinghamshire, clerk
(2) The Revd Thomas Hassall rector of Rearsby, Leicestershire, clerk, son of (1)
Conveyance by appointment and grant of the advowson of Rearsby church and rectory, Leicestershire, subject to a payment of 40s pa to the parish clerk of Rearsby.

UND/F3/C3/B2/26   1932
Abstract of title to the advowson of Rearsby rectory and church, Leicestershire citing deeds 1858-1898, including the will of Thomas Hassall, proved 21 June 1898 bequeathing his estate to his sons T.L.G. Hassall and C.M.P. Hassall as tenants in common.

UND/F3/C3/B2/27   27 February 1932
Certificate by the bishop of Leicester of compliance with the Benefices Measure re the transfer of the patronage of the benefice of Rearsby.

UND/F3/C3/B2/28   16 March 1932
(1) The Revd Thomas Lionel George Hassall of Rearsby rectory, Leicestershire, clerk
(2) Isobel Mildred Cator of Redwode, Chiddingfold, Surrey, spinster
Conveyance of Rearsby rectory and advowson, Leicestershire, for £600.

UND/F3/C3/B2/29   17 October 1932
Certificate by the bishop of Leicester of compliance with the Benefices Measure re the transfer of the patronage of the benefice of Rearsby.

UND/F3/C3/B2/30   9 November 1932
(1) Isobel Mildred Cator of Redwode, Chiddingfold, Surrey, spinster
(2) Governing Body of St Chad's Hall, Durham
Deed of gift of the advowson of Rearsby church and rectory, Leicestershire.

UND/F3/C3/B2/31   16 December 1932
Schedule of deeds for Rearsby advowson 1856-1932 received by S.R.P. Moulsdale.

UND/F3/C3/B3   1794 - 1933
Deeds for the advowson of Pontesbury, Shropshire.

UND/F3/C3/B3/1   26 August 1794
(1) Nicholas Owen Smythe Owen of Condover, Shropshire, esq, lately called Nicholas Owen Smythe, only son and heir of late Anna Maria Smythe and late Nicholas Smythe of Condover, esq
(2) Thomas Pemberton of Millichope, Shropshire, esq; John Probert of Copthorne, Shropshire, esq
Attested copy of a lease and release by (1) in trust to (2) of his estate, mortgaged for £42000 and charged with annuities of £1500 and a £800 rent charge to his wife Henrietta Jemina, (1) having resolved to reduce his expenses to an annual allowance of £1500 until his debts can be paid and whilst he goes abroad. The estate includes the advowsons of the parish churches of Pontesbury, Worthen, Westbury, Pulverbatch and Stapleton (all Shropshire) (f9).
Copied and compared with the original 30 June 1797.

UND/F3/C3/B3/2   20 June 1795
(1) Nicholas Owen Smythe Owen of Condover, Shropshire, esq, lately called Nicholas Owen Smythe, only son and heir of late Anna Maria Smythe and late Nicholas Smythe of Condover, esq, Anna Maria Smythe being a devisee of the will of the late Letitia Branston, wife of Trafford Branston formerly of Condover
(2) Sir Robert Leighton of Loton, Shropshire, bart; John Corbet of Sundorne, Shropshire, esq
(3) Thomas Pemberton of Millichope, Shropshire, esq; John Robert of Copthorne, Shropshire, esq
Attested copy surrender of a term of 99 years and demise of estates for securing Mrs Childe's annuity and indemnity for purchasors.
Verified as compared with the original 26 October 1809.

UND/F3/C3/B3/3   24 & 25 December 1795
(1) Thomas Pemberton of Millichope, Shropshire, esq; John Probert of Copthorne, Shropshire, esq
(2) Nicholas Owen Smythe Owen of Condover, Shropshire, esq
(3) John Hand of Whitchurch, Shropshire, esq
Lease and release of the first portion of the advowson of Pontesbury, with part of a garden, fold and buildings by (1) with the consent of (2) to (3) for £2130, under the terms of the trust deed of 26 August 1794. Including a schedule of deeds 1698 to 1795.

UND/F3/C3/B3/4   28 & 29 September 1801
(1) Nicholas Owen Smythe Owen of Condover, Shropshire, esq
(2) Thomas Pemberton of Millichope, Shropshire, esq; John Probert of Copthorne, Shropshire, esq
(3) John Hand of Dodington, Whitchurch parish, Shropshire, esq
Lease and release of part of a garden, fold and buildings as part of the first portion of the advowson of Pontesbury by (1) with the consent of (2) to (3) as the previous lease and release of 24 & 25 December 1795 had not actually included them, formerly occupied by the Revd Mr Davies, then Osborne Wight who died and was replaced by the Revd Joseph Langford, presented by (3).

UND/F3/C3/B3/5    30 September 1801
(1) Nicholas Owen Smythe Owen of Condover, Shropshire, esq
(2) Thomas Pemberton of Millichope, Shropshire, esq; John Probert of Copthorne, Shropshire, esq
(3) John Hand of Dodington, Whitchurch parish, Shropshire, esq
Bargain and sale of the first portion of the advowson of Pontesbury with part of a garden, fold and buildings.
Endorsed as enrolled in Chancery 14 November 1801.

UND/F3/C3/B3/6   c.1808
Office copy of the will of John Hand of Doddington, Whitchurch parish, Shropshire, gent, of 22 August 1804, codicil 4 May 1807, proved 28 March 1808. Bequests include lands to his sisters Sarah Hand, Jane Lovell, niece Elizabeth Langford, nephew Joseph Langford (messuages in Stoke upon Tern, Shropshire, and the first portion of Pontesbury advowson; also the part of a garden, fold and buildings in the codicil).

UND/F3/C3/B3/7   19 & 20 October 1809
(1) The Revd Joseph Langford of Pontesbury, Shropshire, clerk, nephew and devisee of the late John Hand of Whitchurch, Shropshire, esq
(2) Valentine Vickers of Cranmere, Shropshire, gent
(3) Joseph Harrison of Park Stile, Malton parish, Lancashire, gent
Lease and release of the first portion of the advowson of Pontesbury with part of a garden, fold and buildings, for £9750 paid by (3) to (1) and £1500 paid by (3) to (2), bequeathed by John Hand to (1) in a codicil to his will of 4 May 1807, and previously contracted to be sold by (1) to (2), and then by (2) to (3).

UND/F3/C3/B3/8   15 March 1810
(1) Joseph Harrison of Park Stile, Malton parish, Lancashire, gent
(2) The Revd Hamlet Harrison of Brewood, Staffordshire, clerk
Lease (missing) and release of the first portion of the advowson of Pontesbury with part of a garden, fold and buildings, as previously in the 20 October 1809 conveyance the name of (1) was only used in trust for (2).

UND/F3/C3/B3/9   13 February 1813
(1) The Revd Hamlet Harrison, incumbent and patron of the first portion of Pontesbury
(2) John Niccolls
Agreement to exchange a field called Tythe Acre in meadows near Newnham of 1 acre for land, a house and garden at Pontesbury.
With valuations, bills and receipts attached.

UND/F3/C3/B3/10   29 September 1858
(1) Thomas Harrison of Norris Green, West Derby, Lancashire, gent; John Rycroft of Bemsey, Warrington, Lancashire, gent; George Fleetwood of Warrington, Lancashire, gent
(2) The Revd William Harrison of Pontesbury, Shropshire, clerk
Conveyance of the advowson and first portion of the parish church of Pontesbury, Shropshire, with the associated 1 rood and 7 perches of land, part of the garden, yard and buildings belonging to the parsonage house. Reciting that the Revd Hamlet Harrison late of Pontesbury by his will of 30 October 1841 bequeathed the advowson to (1) in trust for them to present (2) (Hamlet's great nephew) if he was a priest and 10 years thence to sell him the advowson for £6000. The will was proved on 7 November 1843 when (2) had not become a priest, so (1) presented the Revd Richard Tetlow clerk on condition he would resign if (2) did become a priest. This he did in 1847, so Tetlow resigned and (2) was presented, then (2) was duly offered the advowson for purchase on 7 May 1858, when he declined and so (2) auctioned it in London, (2) being the highest bidder at £2000.

UND/F3/C3/B3/11   29 May 1908
(1) Anne Harrison of The Willows, Ellesmere, Shropshire, spinster
(2) Frances Isabel Seddon, wife of the Revd William Herbert Seddon of Painswick vicarage, Stroud, Gloucestershire, clerk
Conveyance of the advowson to the first portion of the rectory of the parish church of Pontesbury, Shropshire, and 1 rod and 7 perches of land part of the garden and buildings of the parsonage house, for £2000, (1) having bought it from Horace Walker on 20 May 1901.

UND/F3/C3/B3/12    27 October 1908
Declaration of Edward Armstrong, bursar of Queen's College Oxford, that the college holds the advowson of the second portion of Pontesbury, Shropshire, and has done for over 100 years.

UND/F3/C3/B3/13   21 November 1908
(1) The Provost and Scholars of Queen's College, Oxford
(2) Frances Isabel Seddon, wife of Revd William Herbert Seddon of Painswick vicarage, Stroud, Gloucestershire, clerk
Conveyance of the advowson of the second portion of Pontesbury church, Shropshire, for £1900, authorised by the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries on 2 November 1908.

UND/F3/C3/B3/14   31 May 1915
(1) Frances Isabel Seddon, wife of the Revd William Herbert Seddon of Painswick vicarage, Stroud, Gloucestershire, clerk
(2) Richard Toller Seddon of Pontesbury rectory, Shropshire, clerk
Conveyance of the first portion of the advowson of Pontesbury church, Shropshire, with the associated 1 rod and 7 perches of land, and also the second portion of the advowson, (2) being the brother-in-law of (1).

UND/F3/C3/B3/15    27 October 1923
(1) Beatrice Bennet Seddon of 2 Queen's Gate, Osborne Road, Southgate, Hampshire, widow
(2) Beatrice Bennet Seddon of 2 Queen's Gate, Osborne Road, Southgate, Hampshire, widow; William Herbert Seddon formerly of Painswick, Gloucestershire, now of Deanehurst, 4 Atlantic Road South, Weston-super-Mare, clerk
(3) Mabel Garnett Eubank, wife of the Revd Richard Eubank of Pontesbury, Shropshire, clerk
Conveyance by (1) to (3) for £6000 of the advowson of the first portion of Pontesbury church with the associated 1 rod and 7 perches of land and also the advowson of the second portion, bequeathed by Richard Toller Seddon late of The Deanery, Pontesbury, (will proved 4 September 1916) to (2) as his executors, who devised it to (1).
With a label for the deposit of the deeds with G.M.G. Mitchell, solicitor, in Shrewsbury as bundle 2986.

UND/F3/C3/B3/16    30 April 1933
Certificate by the bishop of Hereford of compliance with the Benefices Measure re the transfer of the patronage of the benefice of Pontesbury (1st and 2nd portions).

UND/F3/C3/B3/17   4 October 1933
(1) Mabel Garnett Eubank of The Manor, Pontesbury, Shropshire, wife of the Revd Richard Eubank
(2) Governing Body of St Chad's Hall, Durham
Deed of gift of the advowson of the first portion of Pontesbury church with the associated 1 rod and 7 perches of land and also the advowson of the second portion.

UND/F3/C3/B4    1738 - 1933
Deeds for the advowson of Great and Little Wratting, Suffolk.

UND/F3/C3/B4/1    20 February 1738
(1) Sir John Barnidston of Melford, Suffolk, bart
(2) James Sturgeon of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, surgeon
Bargain and sale of the advowson of Great Wratting rectory, Suffolk, for £52 10s, as outlined in articles of agreement between (1) (then titled as John Barnidston, esq, only son and heir of John Barnidston late of Melford, esq, only surviving brother of Sir Samuel Barnidston of Ketton Hall, Suffolk, bart) and (2) of 10 January 1735.

UND/F3/C3/B4/2   30 September 1743
Copy probate will of 16 August 1742 with codicil of 27 August 1743 of James Sturgeon of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, surgeon, bequeathing various properties and estates in Suffolk, including the advowson of Great Wratting to be sold by his executors and the money given to his children, except for £100 to go towards building an infirmary in Bury St Edmunds.

UND/F3/C3/B4/3   24 July 1758
(1) Abraham Cothsedge of Drinkston, Suffolk, gent
(2) James Sturgeon of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, surgeon, son and heir of the late James Sturgeon of Bury St Edmunds, surgeon; Lucy Sturgeon of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, spinster, daughter of the late James Sturgeon, and also executrix of Margaret Sturgeon of Bury St Edmunds, her late sister; Gerrard Neden of Rougham, Suffolk, DD, all 3 being executors of the late James Sturgeon
(3) Philip Sturgeon of Braintree, Essex, gent, youngest son of the late Richard Sturgeon
(4) Lott Knight of Ipswich, trustee of the Revd Dey Syer
(5) The Revd Dey Syer of Earl Stonham, Suffolk
Bargain and sale of the advowson of Great Wratting, Suffolk, by (2) to (4) for £900 paid by (5) to (2) and (3)

UND/F3/C3/B4/4   1 February 1759
(1) James Sturgeon of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, surgeon, eldest son, heir and executor of the late James Sturgeon; Margaret Sturgeon of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, spinster; Lucy Sturgeon of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, spinster; Gerrard Neden of Rougham, Suffolk, DD, all executors of the late James Sturgeon
(2) Philip Sturgeon of Braintree, Essex, gent, youngest son of the late James Sturgeon
(3) Abraham Cocksedge of Drinkstone, Suffolk, esq
Bargain and sale of the advowson of Great Wratting, Suffolk, by (1) and (2) to (3) for £900.

UND/F3/C3/B4/5   6 May 1761
(1) John Henry Merttius of London, esq
(2) Richard Prince of Kelvedon Hall, Essex, esq
(3) John Unwin of Hatton Garden, Middlesex, gent
Bargain and sale by (1) at the direction of (2) to (3) of the advowson of Little Wratting, Suffolk, for £420 paid by (3) to (1), subject to a mortgage made by (1) on 16 May 1758.

UND/F3/C3/B4/6   6 May 1761
(1) John Henry Merttius of London, esq
(2) John Unwin of Hatton Garden, Middlesex, gent
Deed of covenant to produce deeds relating to the advowson of Little Wratting. Including a schedule of the deeds 1695-1758.

UND/F3/C3/B4/7    6 May 1761
(1) John Lesingham of Threadneedle St, London, banker
(2) Richard Speed of London, citizen and grocer
(3) Richard Prince of Kelvedon Hall, Essex, esq
(4) George Colebrook of Broad St, London, esq
(5) John Henry Merttius of London, esq
(6) John Unwin of Hatton Garden, Middlesex, gent
(7) Lott Knight of Ipswich, Suffolk, gent
(8) Morley Unwin of Grimston, Norfolk, clerk
Assignment of terms to attend the inheritance of the advowson of Little Wratting and release of the annuities issuing from it.

UND/F3/C3/B4/8   11 & 12 September 1761
(1) John Unwin of Hatton Garden, Middlesex, gent
(2) The Revd Dey Syer of Kedington, Suffolk, clerk
Lease and release for £630 of the advowson of Little Wratting, Suffolk.

UND/F3/C3/B4/9   27 & 28 September 1762
(1) Lott Knight of Ipswich, Suffolk, gent
(2) The Revd Dey Syer of Kedington, Suffolk, clerk
(3) The Revd Temple Chevallier of Aspall, Suffolk, clerk
Lease and release of the advowson of Great Wratting, Suffolk, by (1) and (2) to (3) for £1400.

UND/F3/C3/B4/10   30 August 1764
(1) The Revd Temple Chevallier of Aspall, Suffolk, clerk
(2) The Revd Dey Syer of Kedington alias Ketton, Suffolk, clerk
Lease and release of the advowson of Great Wratting, Suffolk, for £1400.

UND/F3/C3/B4/11   15 January 1765
(1) The Revd Dey Syer of Kedington alias Ketton, Suffolk, clerk
(2) George Reavely of Gray's Inn, Middlesex, gent
Deed to lead the uses of a fine for the advowsons of Kedington alias Ketton, Great Wratting and Little Wratting, all in Suffolk.

UND/F3/C3/B4/12   9 February 1765
(1) George Reavely, gent
(2) Dey Syer, clerk
Final concord quitclaiming any right by (2) to (1) in the advowsons of Kedington alias Ketton, Great Wratting and Little Wratting, all in Suffolk.
2 copies.

UND/F3/C3/B4/13   29 October 1796
(1) The Revd Dey Syer of Kedington alias Ketton, Suffolk, DD
(2) Clement Chevallier of Pembroke College, Cambridge, clerk; Thomas Fiske of Shimpling, Suffolk, clerk
Grant of the advowson of Great Wratting, Suffolk, for 10s, in trust for (2) to sell it with the consent of Barrington Blomfield Syer for the purposes declared in an indenture of even date between Temple Chevallier of Aspall, Suffolk, clerk and Elizabeth Maria Chevallier his daughter, Barrington Blomfield Syer and (1), and (2).

UND/F3/C3/B4/14   3 July 1798
Copy will of Dey Syer of Kedington alias Ketton, Suffolk, DD. Bequests of land in Little and Great Waldingfield, Suffolk to his son Barrington Blomfield Syer, and other estates and properties in Suffolk and Essex, including advowsons, to his grandson Barrington Syer on condition that the grandson presents the son to Kedington church, whereof Dey Syer is the present patron and incumbent, and that he pays £1000 to Dey's daughter Elizabeth, along with an annuity of £100, and that his grandson John Henry Syer also receives £1000. Executors his son Barrington Blomfield Syer and his grandson John Henry Syer. [Proved 16 January 1801.]

UND/F3/C3/B4/15   13 October 1800
Copy institution by the bishop of Norwich of Barrington Blomfield Syer to the rectory and parish church of Kedington alias Ketton, Suffolk on the presentation of Barrington Syer, of Kedington, esq.
Copied 12 May 1859.

UND/F3/C3/B4/16   8 August 1804
(1) Two of the Land Tax Commissioners for Suffolk
(2) The Revd Barrington Blomfield Syer, rector of Great Wratting, Suffolk, clerk
Agreement for the redemption by (2) of £12 12s land tax for Great Wratting rectory, as assessed in 1798.
Endorsed that payment was made on 7 January 1805, and that it was registered 11 January 1805.

UND/F3/C3/B4/17   20 August 1818
(1) The Revd Clement Chevallier, late of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, now of Baddingham, Suffolk, clerk; The Revd Thomas Fiske of Shimpling, Suffolk, clerk
(2) The Revd Barrington Blomfield Syer of Kedington, Suffolk, clerk
(3) The Revd Thomas Blomfield Syer of Walsham-le-Willows, Suffolk, clerk
(4) Dey Richard Syer of Kedington, Suffolk, esq, Lieut RN
Grant by (1) with the consent of (2) to (3) of the advowson of Great Wratting, Suffolk for £4600 paid by (3) to (1), to the use of (3) for life “and after the determination of that estate by any means in his life-time” to the use of (4) during the life of (3) for the benefit of (3), with the proviso that any wife of (3) is not to have dower from it, with reversion to (3).

UND/F3/C3/B4/18   9 October 1818
Institution by the bishop of Norwich of Thomas Blomfield Syer, clerk, BA, to the rectory and parish church of Great Wratting, vacant on the resignation of Barrington Blomfield Syer, clerk, who presented him.

UND/F3/C3/B4/19   21 January 1819
Institution by the bishop of Norwich of Thomas Blomfield Syer, clerk, BA, to the rectory and parish church of Little Wratting, vacant on the death of Thomas Baines, clerk, presented by the Revd Barrington Syer of Gestingthorpe, Essex.

UND/F3/C3/B4/20   17 February 1819
(1) The Revd Thomas Blomfield Syer rector & patron of Great Wratting, Suffolk, clerk
(2) The Revd Barrington Syer of Gestingthorpe, Essex, clerk
(3) Benjamin Gilsen the elder of Halstead, Essex, surgeon
Mortgage by (1) to (3) of the advowson of Great Wratting for £2000.
Endorsed with a receipt of £2050, the principal and interest, by (3) from (1) 17 February 1825.

UND/F3/C3/B4/21   8 October 1819
Consolidation by Henry [Bathurst] bishop of Norwich of the rectories and parish churches of Little Wratting and Great Wratting as one benefice, after representation by the Revd Thomas Blomfield Syer, clerk, patron and rector of both.
2 copies.

UND/F3/C3/B4/22   c.1819
Copy of institutions to Great Wratting and Little Wratting from 1760 to 1819 until the two rectories were consolidated, taken from the institution books of the diocese of Norwich.

UND/F3/C3/B4/23   17 February 1825
(1) Benjamin Gilson the elder of Halstead, Essex, surgeon
(2) The Revd Thomas Blomfield Syer of Great Wratting, Suffolk, clerk
(3) Dey Richard Syer of Kedington, Suffolk, esq, Lieut RN
Reconveyance and merger cancelling the mortgage of the advowson of Great Wratting as (2) has paid £2050 to (1) being the principal and interest.

UND/F3/C3/B4/24   18 February 1825
(1) The Revd Thomas Blomfield Syer rector of Great Wratting, Suffolk, clerk
(2) Dey Richard Syer of Kedington, Suffolk, esq, Lieut RN
(3) The Revd Barrington Syer of Gestingthorpe, Essex, clerk
(4) Martha Mills of Facons Hall, Rickinghall Superior, Suffolk, widow; James Hamblin Smith of Rickinghall Superior, Suffolk, gent; Samuel Bond of Hinderclay, Suffolk, gent, all executors of the late John Mills of Facons Hall, Suffolk, gent
Mortgage of the advowson and rectory of Great Wratting, Suffolk for £3000 paid by (4) to (1).

UND/F3/C3/B4/25   18 February 1825
(1) The Revd Thomas Blomfield Syer of Great Wratting, Suffolk, clerk; The Revd Barrington Syer of Gestingthorpe, Essex, clerk
(2) Martha Mills of Facons Hall, Rickinghall Superior, Suffolk, widow; James Hamblin Smith of Rickinghall Superior, Suffolk, gent; Samuel Bond of Hinderclay, Suffolk, gent, all executors of the late John Mills of Facons Hall, Suffolk, gent
Bond in £6000 for the repayment of £3000 with interest on specified days as detailed in a mortgage of even date.

UND/F3/C3/B4/26    12 July 1837
(1) The Revd Thomas Blomfield Syer of Great Wratting, Suffolk, clerk; The Revd Barrington Syer, of Gestingthorpe, Essex, clerk
(2) Hustler Lowe of Ixworth, Suffolk, merchant
Bond in £6000 to repay £1000 plus interest (plus any further sums borrowed from (2) up to a total (with the £1000) of £3000).
Endorsed with a note that on 25 October 1837 (2) loaned a further £2000 to Thomas Blomfield Syer.

UND/F3/C3/B4/27   11 October 1837
(1) The Revd Barrington Syer of Gestingthorpe, Essex, clerk
(2) The Revd Thomas Blomfield Syer of Great Wratting, Suffolk, clerk
(3) Dey Richard Syer of Keddington, Suffolk, esq, Lieut RN
Grant of the advowson of Little Wratting, Suffolk by (1) to (2), with reversion to (3) after the determination of (2)'s estate during his lifetime, for £1800.

UND/F3/C3/B4/28   24 October 1837
(1) Martha Mills late of Facons Hall, Rickinghall Superior, Suffolk, now of Bolesdale, Suffolk, widow; James Hamblin Smith of Rickinghall Superior, Suffolk, gent; Samuel Bond of Hinderclay, Suffolk, gent, all executors and trustees of the will of the late John Mills of Facons Hall, Rickinghall Superior, Suffolk, gent
(2) The Revd Thomas Blomfield Syer of Great Wratting, Suffolk, clerk
(3) Dey Richard Syer of Keddington, Suffolk, esq, Lieut RN
Reconveyance of the advowson of Great Wratting church and rectory by (1) to (2), with reversion to (3) after the determination of (2)'s estate during his lifetime, for £2000.

UND/F3/C3/B4/29   25 October 1837
(1) The Revd Thomas Blomfield Syer of Great Wratting, Suffolk, clerk
(2) The Revd Barrington Syer of Gestingthorpe, Essex, clerk
(3) Hustler Lowe of Ixworth, Suffolk, merchant
Grant by (1) to (3) in return for £3000 already loaned in 2 sums of the advowsons of the rectories and churches of Little Wratting and Great Wratting, Suffolk.

UND/F3/C3/B4/30   c.1857
Copy of institutions to Great Wratting and Little Wratting from 1760 to 1857, taken from the institution books of the diocese of Norwich.

UND/F3/C3/B4/31   19 December 1858
Copy of the institution of Edward Dykes Bolton, clerk, MA, to the rectory of Great Wratting with Little Wratting, vacant on the death of Thomas Blomfield Syer, presented by Dey Richard Syer of Kedington, Suffolk, Captain RN. Taken from the Register Book of Acts of the Bishop of Ely.

UND/F3/C3/B4/32   22 February 1859
(1) John Henry Syer of Highworth, Wiltshire, esq
(2) Dey Richard Syer of Keddington, Suffolk, esq
Quitclaim by (1) of any right to the advowson of Little Wratting, his legacy of £1000 under the terms of Dey Syer's will having long since been paid.

UND/F3/C3/B4/33   22 February 1859
Statutory declaration by Harriet Bolton of Ipswich, Suffolk, spinster as to the birth of Edward Dykes Bolton, incumbent of Great and Little Wratting, with a burial certificate for Samuel Golding in Walsham-le-Willows, Suffolk, in 1855 inserted.

UND/F3/C3/B4/34   11 March 1859
Statutory declaration by Dey Richard Syer of Keddington, Suffolk, esq, as to the payment of the £1000 legacy and £100 annuity to his aunt Elizabeth Taylor under the terms of Dey Syer's will.
With a burial certificate for Elizabeth Taylor in Little Waldingfield, Suffolk, in 1804 inserted.

UND/F3/C3/B4/35   11 March 1859
(1) Hustler Lowe of Park St, Bath, gent
(2) Dey Richard Syer of Keddington, Suffolk, esq, Capt RN
(3) Francis Drake of 38 Walbrook, London, solicitor
(4) Henry Drake of 38 Walbrook, London, solicitor
Grant of the advowson of the rectories and churches of Great Wratting and Little Wratting, Suffolk, by (2) to (3) for £5000, with £3000 of that going to (1) to pay off the principal of his mortgage, the interest already being paid. Thomas Blomfield Syer had bequeathed the advowson to (2) (his brother) and Samuel Golding of Walsham-le-Willows, Suffolk, by his will of 4 May 1850. Golding died 24 May 1855, Syer died 11 June 1857 and his will was proved on 15 July 1857. (2) presented Edward Dykes Bolton, clerk, to the churches in September 1857. Many pencil annotations.

UND/F3/C3/B4/36   25 July 1870
Faculty of the diocese of Ely for the demolition of the barn and outbuildings, being part of the glebe farm of Little Wratting, as those at Great Wratting are quite sufficient for both, upon the representation of the Revd John Drake, clerk, vicar of Great and Little Wratting.

UND/F3/C3/B4/37   3 August 1894
Inland Revenue receipt for duty received from the Revd John Drake of Great Wratting rectory for the advowson of the rectories of Great Wratting and Little Wratting, Suffolk, to which he acceded by the will of Francis Drake, proved 12 April 1886.

UND/F3/C3/B4/38   17 August 1894
(1) The Revd John Drake of Great Wratting rectory, Suffolk, clerk
(2) Amy Fanny Sherratt Wilford, wife of the Revd Herbert Hignett Wilford of Blackheath All Saints, Kent, clerk
(3) Alice Margaret Webb of Maidenhead, Berkshire, spinster
Conveyance by (1) to (3) of the advowson of the rectories and parish churches of Great Wratting and Little Wratting, Suffolk, of which (1) remains the incumbent. Reciting that Francis Drake by his will of 29 April 1885 devised the advowson to his son (1). The will was proved 12 April 1886, and then (1) contracted to sell the advowson to (2) for £3125 of which (2) has paid £2500, and (2) has contracted to sell it to (3) for £2750 of which (3) has paid £275. It has now been agreed that £625 will be paid by (3) to (1) and £1850 by (3) to (2).

UND/F3/C3/B4/39    29 January 1895
Copy from the marriage register of Maidenhead St Luke, Berkshire, of the marriage on 29 January 1895 of Richard Paul Cudmore and Alice Margaret Webb.

UND/F3/C3/B4/40   10 February 1897
Extension for 15 years by the Governors of Queen Anne's Bounty of a loan repayment for Wratting, addressed to Revd R.P. Cudmore.

UND/F3/C3/B4/41   1922
Abstract of the title of Mrs Alice Margaret Cudmore to the advowson of the consolidated rectories of Great and Little Wratting, Suffolk, citing documents of 1894 and 1895.

UND/F3/C3/B4/42   6 March 1922
(1) Alice Margaret Cudmore, wife of Revd Richard Paul Cudmore of Great Wratting rectory, Suffolk, clerk
(2) Mabel Garnett Eubank, wife of Revd Richard Eubank of Boughton vicarage, Berks, clerk
Conveyance on sale of the advowson of the rectories and parish churches of Great and Little Wratting, Suffolk, for £600.
With part of a wrapper for a bundle of deeds, from Sprake and Co, solicitors, of Bungay, numbered 2904.

UND/F3/C3/B4/43   15 September 1933
Certificate of compliance by the bishop of Norwich with the 1930 Benefices Measure re the proposed transfer of the benefice of Great and Little Wratting to St Chad's Hall.

UND/F3/C3/B4/44   4 October 1933
(1) Mabel Garnett Eubank of Pontesbury Manor, Shropshire, wife of the Revd Richard Eubank
(2) Governing Body of St Chad's Hall, Durham
Deed of gift of the advowson of the rectories and parish churches of Great and Little Wratting, Suffolk.

UND/F3/C3/C1   2 July 1923
(1) Howard Douglas Horsfall of Mere Bank, Liverpool
(2) Governing Body of St Chad's Hall, Durham Declaration of trust for the transfer of £7000 £4% debenture stock of the London Midland and Scottish Railway and £5650 £3% debenture stock of the London and North Eastern Railway as part of the permanent endowment of the college with the income to be applied according to the objects of the Memorandum of Association.
With 4 letters about the transfer of the stocks and the duty to be paid, all in an envelope with certificates recorded including those for war loans 1926-1927.

UND/F3/C3/D1   14 October 1948 - 13 January 1949
Correspondence between the Revd T.S. Wetherall, Principal of St Chad's College, 25 North Bailey, and the solicitors H.E. Ferens and Son of Saddler Street, Durham, concerning the college's rights and obligations regarding the towpath at three stretches of the river i.e. 35 yds below 1 South Bailey, 15 yds below 25 North Bailey and 50 yds below 16-18 North Bailey, the purchase of Bow Cottage, the letting of 15 Bow Lane and the deeds to 18 and 25 North Bailey.

UND/F3/C3/D2   29 June - 24 October 1964
Correspondence between Miss P. Carter of the Diocesan Office, The College, Durham, and Mr E. Watts Moses of McKenzie, Bell and Sons, solicitors, of 19 John Street Sunderland, regarding the loan, receipt and return of insurance policies for Lightfoot House at 19 and 20 North Bailey, Durham.

UND/F3/C3/E1   29 March 1915
Inland Revenue valuation of the site of 1 South Bailey at £91.

Chaplain
Reference: UND/F3/C4
UND/F3/C4/C1   5 December 2004
Durham cathedral St Chad's college Advent procession. With the college crest on the front.

UND/F3/C4/C2   29 November 2005
Service paper for the licensing of Revd Robert MacSwain as college chaplain and the commissioning of Dr Margaret Masson as senior tutor. With the college arms on the front.

UND/F3/C4/C3   [c.2005]
Regular service papers:
Compline with Benediction [c.2005]
An Order for The Eucharist [c.2005]

UND/F3/C4/C4   [1975], 2013
Special service papers:
Advent procession [1975]
Corpus Christi eucharist 30 June 2013
Requiem for All Souls eucharist 31 October 2013

UND/F3/C4/C5   22 March 2007
Concerts in the chapel:
Collegium Regale 22 March 2007.
Organ recital by Jack Thompson and Tom Moore 15 May 2014.

UND/F3/C4/D1   Easter 1982 - Epiphany 2006
Chapel term cards detailing regular, Sunday and other special services, visiting preachers and chapel officers, for Easter 1982, Easter 1988, Michaelmas 1988, Easter 1999, Michaelmas 1999, Epiphany 2000, Michaelmas 2003, Michaelmas 2004, Easter 2005, Epiphany 2006.

UND/F3/C4/D2   Easter 2014
Music lists: Summer 2014

Development Director
Reference: UND/F3/C5
UND/F3/C5/1   [2003]
St Chad's College Foundation brochure, illustrated, with pieces from Joe Cassidy, on Trinity Hall, the Quadrangle, Associateship, NEITE, the library, the centenary, and college merchandise.

UND/F3/C5/2   [2005]
The Fenton Library Appeal brochure, illustrated with plans, work in progress, and John Fenton, with a timetable of work.

Clubs, Societies
Reference: UND/F3/E
Junior Common Room
Reference: UND/F3/E1
UND/F3/E6/D1   3 February 1978
Candelmas Ball programme and menu.

Debating Society
Reference: UND/F3/E6 By 1963, the Debating Society had become the Literary and Debating Society.

UND/F3/E6/D1   Michaelmas 1935
Term card detailing the officers and the programme of debates for the term, printed.

Given by Mrs Joy Gibson of Bolton, Lancs, widow of K.B. Gibson, 1 August 2005, Acc No Misc.2005/2006:10.
UND/F3/E6/D2   15 May 1963
Invite to a dicussion: “The Act of Understanding is an Act of Alienation”.

Drama
Reference: UND/F3/E7
UND/F3/E7/D1   June [2005]
Flyer for She Stoops to Conquer by Oliver Goldsmith, by Midsummer Madness Productions, in St Chad's College Garden.

Size: 105 x 148mm
Senior Common Room
Reference: UND/F3/E9
UND/F3/E9/A1   October [1984] - November 1991
SCR minutes, papers and agendas.

UND/F3/E9/C1   1984 - 1991
SCR newsletters, wine lists, list of members, correspondence, notices of events

UND/F3/E9/C2   February 1990 - July 1992
SCR president's correspondence of Pat Mussett.

Chamber Music Society
Reference: UND/F3/E10
UND/F3/E10/D1   [1975]
Concert programmes:
The Music Group of London in The Great Hall, Durham Castle, including a list of patrons and officer, [1975].

Friends of St Chad's
Reference: UND/F3/E11
UND/F3/E11/A1   24 June 1995
Minutes of the 6th AGM, concerning its dissolution owingto its lack of charitable status.

Photographs
Reference: UND/F3/F
College Groups
Reference: UND/F3/FA
UND/F3/FA1906G   December 1906
Graduates, outside in the garden, in full academic dress, titled with college and university arms, by John R. Edis of Durham, identified: W.H. Wiggett LTh, W. Jeffries L.Th., A.W. Pender L.Th., A.H. Sellwood L.Th., F.D. Jarvis B.A., B.R. Tucker B.A., W. Whitworth L.Th..

Size: 150 x 200mm (print), 230 x 235mm (mount)
Publications
Reference: UND/F3/G
UND/F3/G1   2003- 2005
Foundation The Annual Periodical of the St Chad's College Foundation
Vol.I 2003-2004: Jen Rogers, “An Analysis of the Issues Raised by early Christian Female Asceticism” ; Charlie Cowper, “Postgraduate Life in Ghana”; James Randle, “Books and CD Reviews”; Jim Harold, “Casting their Shadow: The Matter and Mystery of Death”; David Jasper, “100 Fires: Jim Harold Artist-in-Residence at Durham Cathedral 2002-2003 Exhibition in the DLI Museum and Durham Art Gallery September - October 2003”; Michael Hampel, “Talking Minds: Conversations with Barbara Reynolds and Anne Ridler”; Zenaida Quismorio, “The Traidcraft Fellowship: Bridging the Spiritual and the Secular in Community Building”; “The Fenton Library: A New Library for St Chad's College”; Martin Clarke, “Re-interpreting Tradition: Four Organ Works by William Mathias: Literal and Abstract: Variations on a Hymn Tune and Invocations ”; Michael Huxtable, “Tolstoy, Wittgenstein and the Showing of Ethical Value”; 32p.
Vol.II No.1 2005: J.P. Cassidy, “Anglican Authority”; Michael Hampel, “Religious Drama: Motives and Purposes?”; Robert MacSwain, “Comments on The Windsor Report”; Philip Sheldrake, “Contemplation & Social Transformation: The Example of Thomas Merton”; Alison Shelf, “Spiritual and Devotional Prose”; Alex Standish, “The Kanun: Blood, Honour and Death Within Albanian Communities”; Roland Symons, “The Heraldry of the University of Durham and its Colleges”; reviews; viii + 114p.
2 colour illustrated booklets
Vols I and II given by Mike Huxtable of St Chad's, editor, 8 August 2005, Acc No Misc.2005/2006:11.
Further copies are available on open access in the local collection at Palace Green Library.
UND/F3/G2   2002 - 2005
Yearbooks
For 2001/2, 2002/3 and 2004/5
Comprising annual reports from college organisations and sports clubs, with photographs, and pen portraits (usually less than serious), with photographs, of senior and junior members.

Given by Alex Standish, Development Director, St Chad's, 10 November 2005, Acc No Misc.2005/2006:37.
UND/F3/G3   6 March 2004
Centenary Festival Service paper
[In Durham cathedral]

Given by Alex Standish, Development Director, St Chad's, 10 November 2005, Acc No Misc.2005/2006:37.
UND/F3/G4   [c.1985] & [c.1990]
St Chad's College prospectuses.

UND/F3/G5   [October 1990] & [October 1996]
St Chad's College Handbook Information and Regulations 1990
St Chad's College Handbook 1996-97 Regulations and General Information

UND/F3/G6   1949
St. Chad's College [record], detailing council, staff, former staff, biographies of members by year, departed members including those killed in WW1 and WW2, former benefactors, index by name and then diocese

UND/F3/G8   1938 - 1979
St Chad's College Magazine, begun in 1938 as the successor to The Stag which had ceased in 1915. It continued until financial pressures forced its demise in 1979, though a newsletter in the following year continued some of its contents. News of the college, its current and former members, with a few more general articles. Issues 1-30 and 32-37 present.

Formerly: Per Local STC
UND/F3/G9   1980 - 1988
St Chad's College Newsletter, begun in 1980 to replace the magazine with a cheaper, more succinct format with some college news and lists of names and addresses. Produced annually, with a supplement in 1985 when the date was shifted to Michaelmas.

Formerly: Per Local STC
UND/F3/G10   1988/89 - 1993/94
St Chad's College Annual Report, a fuller version of the previous newsletter with college news and more general articles.

Formerly: Per Local STC
UND/F3/G11   1998 - 2006, 2011
The Chadsian, a newsletter, intended to be produced every Spring in an attempt to revive communication with former members of the college, comprising news, events, articles, obituaries and some images. The first edition anticipated the revival of the magazine in the summer of 1998. Issues present: No.1 Epiphany 1998, No.2 Summer 1998, No.3 Easter 1999, No.4 Michaelmas 1999, Summer 2001, Epiphany 2003, Michaelmas 2003, Easter 2004, Epiphany 2005, Epiphany 2006, 2011.

Formerly: Per Local STC
UND/F3/G12   1998 - 2000
St Chad's College Magazine, an attempt to revive the wider circulation format of the magazine which ceased in 1979, incorporating the former annual report on college life with more general articles and news of the Alumni Association. The 2000 edition was produced wholly by current students, to strengthen links with alumni by giving them a flavour of current life in the college.

Formerly: Per Local STC
UND/F3/G13   1982 - 1986
The Stag Being The Students' Magazine of St Chad's College, with some college news and various articles, poems, quizzes, drawings etc, financed by the JCR until the Easter 1986 issue which had to be financed by the editorial committee. The Easter 1982 edition noted that there had been an issue in 1980, which itself had been a revival of the publication which had ceased in 1915; the cover replicated that of the earlier publication, and the volume numbering continued the earlier one. It appeared termly from Easter Term 1982 to Easter Term 1986.

Formerly: Per Local STA
UND/F3/G14   [2005]
The Fenton Library Appeal

St Cuthbert's Society
Reference: UND/F12
Dates of creation: 1949 - 2008Henry Tudor, St Cuthbert's Society, 1888-1988, (Durham 1988)

Foundation
Reference: UND/F12/A
UND/F12/A1   1949 - 1958
Annual reports 1948/9, 1949/50 and 1957/8.

Administration
Reference: UND/F12/C
Bursar
Reference: UND/F12/C2
UND/F12/C2/B1   2012 - 2014
Posters for college events:
Open Garden, 1 July 2012.
“Colour, Seeing, Seeing Colour” symposium, 4 & 11 February 2013
Lecture by Michael Lewis, “Understanding the past through archaeologial finds found by the public”, 13 June 2013
Lecture by Julia Neuberger, “Why Dying Well Matters” , 3 March [2014]
Lecture by Gerry Gilmore, “What is the Milky Way” , 6 March [2014]

UND/F12/C2/B2   Michaelmas 2011
Student Development and Employability Programme for Michaelmas Term 2011 leaflet

Associations, Clubs and Societies
Reference: UND/F12/E
Junior Common Room
Reference: UND/F12/E1
UND/F12/E1/AA1   November 2013 - March 2014
JCR meeting minutes

UND/F12/E1/D1   [2011]
Business card of the JCR president, Paul Harwood

Choir and Orchestra
Reference: UND/F12/E2
UND/F12/E2/D1   2007 - 2008
Posters for performances:
Handel's “Utrecht Te Deum” and Haydn's “Te Deum in C”, director Nick Robson, St Margaret's, Crossgate, 28 February [2007]
Nine Lessons and Carols, St Margaret's, Crossgate, 11 December [2008]

Literary and Debating Society
Reference: UND/F12/E3
UND/F12/E3/D1   15 February 1949
Guest night debate invite, detailing speakers:
“That a Good Man Should Not Obey the Law Too Well”, 15 February 1949.

Rugby Football Club
Reference: UND/F12/E4
UND/F12/E4/D1   Easter 2005
USA tour brochure, including photos of the squad and individual players.

Big Band
Reference: UND/F12/E5 St Cuthbert's Society Big Band was conceived in 1997 by Andy Booth. It plays music across the genres and, as well as concerts, performs at many events across Durham from college balls to formals to vice-chancellor's garden parties. The members are mainly, but not exclusively from St Cuthbert's. It recorded its first album in Easter Term 2012.

UND/F12/E5/D1   February 2013
Paper leaflet, 2f

Printed ephemera for concerts:
An Evening with Cuth's Big Band Featuring David Ball and Anna Green in Aid of Children Achieving Through Student Support, [Assembly Rooms, 1/2 February 2013].
Photographs
Reference: UND/F12/F
College Groups
Reference: UND/F12/FA
UND/F12/FA1902   Easter Term 1902
St Cuthbert Committee, in suits and ties, outside the Durham Cathedral Galilee chapel north door, by J.R. Eids, titled, with the university and society arms, identified: G.A. Tait (president of Choral), Rev G.B. Pippett (senior man), G. Jordan, Rev J. Politeyan, W. Atkinson, E.P. Bywell, F. Stone (treasurer), J.B. Eddon (president), Rev D. Walker (hon president), W.H. Palin (hon sec), O. Manby.
Originally framed by W.W. Bell of 53 North Road Durham.

Size: 290 x 245mm (print), 480 x 390mm (mount)
Given by David Donkin whose previous home in Cragghead had been owned by Beatrice Eddon, daughter of the president in the photo, April 2014, Acc No Misc.2013/14:56.
Publications
Reference: UND/F12/G
UND/F12/G1   1988
Kaleidoscope A Centenary Souvenir Vol.1 1888-1988, 2 copies

UND/F12/G2   [c.1985] & [c.1990]
St Cuthbert's Society prospectuses.

UND/F12/G3   1948 - 1964
St Cuthbert's Magazine, articles on a variety of topics, and also some short stories, poems, photos and drawings; by 1961, an Association newsletter had been added with also details of individuals' achievements, degrees, awards etc. Issues present:
Vol.I No.1, Epiphany 1948
Vol.I No.2, Epiphany 1949
Vol.II No.VIII, 1961
Vol.II No.IX, 1962
Vol.III No.1, 1964

Formerly: Per Local STC
UND/F12/G4   1990 - 2006
St Cuthbert's Association Newsletter, including reports from Society and Association figures, Association business, features and members' news. Issues present: Spring 1990, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2003, 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07.

Formerly: Per Local STC
UND/F12/G5   November [1994]
The Society, St Cuthbert's Society's free student newspaper, issue one [only].

Formerly: Per Local SOC
UND/F12/G6   2012/13
College Handbook, undergraduate and postgraduate versions

College of St Hild and St Bede
Reference: UND/F9
Dates of creation: 1781 - 2005
Charity Commission schemes, deeds for the colleges'/college's sites and some JCR minutes.
Angel Lawrence, St Hild's College, 1858-1958, (Durham 1958)
Donald E. Webster, Bede College a Commentary, (Durham 1973)
Ian Booth, The College of St. Hild and St. Bede, Durham, (Durham 1979)
For George Pickering's plans of Bede College 1844-1847, see DCD/N/CA/29-34.
For the main records of the college and its predecessors, see Durham County Record Office, E/HB 1-6.

Foundation
Reference: UND/F9/A
Charity Commission Schemes
Reference: UND/F9/A1 Transferred from Durham University's Estates and Buildings 17 March 2005, Acc No Misc.2004/2005:46.
Initial sorting and checking by Katie Carter, Durham University MA student, September 2005; sorted and bundle listed by Ramona Riedzewski, Archives MA student at Dublin, March 2006; completed by Michael Stansfield May 2006.

UND/F9/A1/A1   2 April 1979
Printed Charity Commission scheme for St Hild's College and the College of the Venerable Bede, to become the St Hild and St Bede Trust, and the Robert Thompson Memorial Prize, a fund to award prizes to education students. The scheme outlines the appointment of trustees, their responsibilities, meetings and management of the estate. It also includes on pages 11 to 17 a schedule of the properties belonging to both colleges which were to be sold. Premises are assigned reference numbers which correspond to numbers found on some of the material within the collection of deeds in UND/F9/C3.

UND/F9/A1/A2   1979
Abstract of title of schemes and orders for Hild and Bede Colleges:
28 November 1967 Scheme for Bede College
25 June 1971 Scheme for Bede College
25 June 1971 Scheme for Bede College
16 December 1971 Order for St Hild's College
26 January 1972 Scheme for Hild and Bede Colleges

UND/F9/A1/B1   26 January 1972
Insturment and Articles of Government for St Hild's College
Originally made by the Secretary of State for Education and Science 13 June 1968 amd varied 30 October 1970, 16 December 1971 and 26 January 1972.

UND/F9/A1/C1   8 October 1959
Printed scheme under the Charitable Trusts Act for the College of the Venerable Bede concerning the foundation, administration and title, custodian trustee and vetting, governing body, staff, conduct of the college and general, with a schedule of the college's property.

Annual Reports
Reference: UND/F9/A2
UND/F9/A2/1   1949 - 1958
Bede College annual reports [of university students] for 1948/49, 1949/50 and 1957/58.

UND/F9/A2/2   1963/64 - 1965/66
Bede College Annual Report, for 1963/64, 1964/65 and 1965/66.

UND/F9/A2/3   1949 - 1958
St Hild's College annual reports 1948/9, 1949/50, 1957/8.

Anniversaries
Reference: UND/F9/A3
UND/F9/A3/1   1958
St Hild's College Centenary celebrations, cathedral service invite 17 May 1958.

Administration
Reference: UND/F9/C
Principal
Reference: UND/F9/C1
Dates of creation: 2005
UND/F9/C1/1   [2005]
Annual report 2004-2005
By Dr Alan Pearson, principal, listing student and staff numbers.

Printed out from the college's website March 2006.
Property Deeds
Reference: UND/F9/C3
Dates of creation: 1781 - 1985 Transferred from Durham University's Estates and Buildings 17 March 2005, Acc No Misc.2004/2005:46.
Initial sorting and checking by Katie Carter, Durham University MA student, September 2005; sorted and bundle listed by Ramona Riedzewski, Archives MA student at Dublin, March 2006; completed by Michael Stansfield May 2006.

College of St Hild and St Bede
Reference: UND/F9/C3/A
UND/F9/C3/A1   [c.1980]
Photocopies of OS maps 10" to 1 mile for the sites of St Hild and St Bede and their environs in Durham, and Brancepeth, with their properties outlined and deed bundle numbers, with a separate key, written on. Also a photocopy of a plan of a new wall on the S side of St Hild's Lane.

UND/F9/C3/A2   January - June 1979
Land charges register search certificates for the properties of the college, with photocopied deeds of 177/177a Gilesgate 10 April 1961, 15 Gilesgate 14 July 1950 and an abstract of title of 174 Gilesgate 1954, NCB declarations about coal seam workings under the college's properties, declarations by J.L. Lawrence chief administrative officer and G.F. Sharland bursar of the college as to the college's ownership of its properties, and a list of the deeds and documents of the college sent to the Land Registry 4 June 1979.

UND/F9/C3/A3   [c.1980]
Table of the various college spaces, their total areas, teaching and residential areas, and valuations.

UND/F9/C3/A4   22 January 1981
List of 24 deeds and other documents for the former Hild and Bede colleges in Durham and Brancepeth 1854-1979 sent to HM Land Registry.

St Hild's College
Reference: UND/F9/C3/B
St Hild's main site
Reference: UND/F9/C3/B1
Dates of creation: 1858 - 1979
UND/F9/C3/B1/1   27 February 1858
Conveyance of a site for “a Training School for Mistresses of Elementary Schools in the Diocese of Durham” by Durham dean and chapter to the bishop of Durham. With a plan. With a manuscript and a typescript copy.

UND/F9/C3/B1/2   13 February 1864
Conveyance of Pelaw Leazes, land between the college and the river Wear, by Durham dean and chapter to the bishop of Durham. With a plan.

UND/F9/C3/B1/3   29 September 1924
Letter from Rowland Burdon at Castle Eden to Messrs Wilsons, Ornsby and Cadle of Durham thanking them for the loan of the plan of the sale of ground to St Hild's college and St Giles's vestry about which he must see them again.

UND/F9/C3/B1/4   3 March 1925
Mortgage of St Hild's College and adjoining land to secure the advance of £5000 by the bishop of Durham as trustee of the college to Barclays Bank. With an order from the Board of Education of 3 March 1925 authorising this raising of funds for alterations and improvements to the dormitory called “The Precincts”, to be repaid over 10 years at £500 pa.

Draft is DCRO E/HB 1/278.
UND/F9/C3/B1/5   27 March 1925
Fire Insurance Policy of the Ecclesiastical Insurance Office for St Hild's college insured for £122,430.

UND/F9/C3/B1/6   17 February 1926
Further charge on St Hild's College and adjoining land to raise £7000 by the bishop of Durham as trustee of the college to Barclays Bank. With an order from the Board of Education of 15 January 1926 authorising this raising of funds for erecting new buildings and altering existing ones, to be repaid, along with the earlier loan, over 20 years at at least £600 pa.

Draft is DCRO E/HB 1/279.
UND/F9/C3/B1/7   17 November 1927
Land Registry search certificate for the bishop of Durham for St Hild's college.

UND/F9/C3/B1/8   30 January 1928
Fire Insurance Policy of the Ecclesiastical Insurance Office for St Hild's college insured for £126,450, with amendments of 29 January 1941 insuring it for £130,950.

UND/F9/C3/B1/9   10 February 1932
Notice from Barclays Bank to the Ecclesiastical Insurance Office of their interest in the St Hild's college estate.

UND/F9/C3/B1/10   12 December 1939
Order of the Board of Education for the governors of St Hild's college to borrow not more than £8000 to be repaid within 30 years to provide for a gymnasium.

UND/F9/C3/B1/11   25 July 1940
Land Registry search certificate for Barclays Bank for St Hild's college and estate.

UND/F9/C3/B1/12   15 August 1944
Order of the Minister of Education for the governors of St Hild's college to borrow not more than £642 6s 10d to be repaid within 30 years to meet the additional cost of providing a gymnasium.

UND/F9/C3/B1/13   25 September 1952
Letter from the Ecclesiastical Insurance Office to Barclays Bank giving notice of the new insurance policy for £293,408.

UND/F9/C3/B1/14   1979
Abstract of title for St Hild's college main site, including photocopies of documents.

Grove House, Belvedere House, Bower Banks
Reference: UND/F9/C3/B2
Dates of creation: early 19th century - 1979
UND/F9/C3/B2/1   early 19th century
Plan of [Blevedere House] and 2 adjacent tenements in Gilesgate, with occupiers Ann Laidler, Potts and Doubleday identified, titled “An Eye draft of certain houses &c in the Parish of Saint Giles / late Rawlings”, by P. Bowlby of Durham.

UND/F9/C3/B2/2   27 November 1852
Conveyance of a messuage and land in Gilesgate [freehold, leasehold and copyhold, at Bower Banks (including late Ovington's), Grove House, its drive, and Belvedere House] “to secure £1200 and subject thereto in Trust for Purchaser” by 1 to 4 and 5.
1. William Emerson Wooler of Durham city, esq.
2. John Gregson of Staindrop, esq.
3. George Gregson of Durham city, esq.
4. Henry Bell of West Sherburn, gent.
5. William Darling of Durham city, gent.
With a coloured plan and a schedule of related documents 1790-1846.

UND/F9/C3/B2/3   27 November 1852
Gilligate manor, surrender of, by William Emmerson Wooler to William Darling.

UND/F9/C3/B2/4   6 April 1867
Lease by Durham dean and chapter to William Darling of Durham city, gent, of three “garths or decayed burgages” [Grove House drive and stables], as previously leased to Darling and Christopher Alcock on 18 May 1853, for 40 years at 4s p.a. with 1s land tax. With a plan.

UND/F9/C3/B2/5-7   1872
Abstract of title to the premises as in 2 belonging to the executors of the late Henry Bell mortgage to the executors of the late William Darling to raise £1200, 1852-1869, with an additional and further additional abstracts.

UND/F9/C3/B2/8   3 September 1872
Transfer of a mortgage for £1200 on the premises as in 2 by 1 to 3 in trust for 2.
1. John Tiplady of Durham city, gent, and William Ainsley of Durham city, printer.
2. John Brownless of Durham city, guano merchant, and George Winlow Hudson of Bishopwearmouth, shipowner.
3. William Boyd of Durham city, surgeon.

UND/F9/C3/B2/9   1875
Abstract of the wills of the late Henry Bell (died 15 December 1864) and Dorothy Ann Bell (died 8 October 1867), 1859-1874.

UND/F9/C3/B2/10   14 June 1876
Conveyance of 1's share of the premises in 2 and Fleming Field Farm, near Shotton Colliery, Easington, bequeathed to him by the will of Dorothy Ann Bell late of Belvedere House who died 8 October 1867, by
1. John Story of Hartlepool, labourer.
2. Robert Story of Elwick, farmer.
With a coloured plan of the Gilesgate properties and a schedule of all the properties.

UND/F9/C3/B2/11   29 November 1876
Further charge of £200 and interest on the premises in 2 by
Robert Story of Elwick, farmer, to
John Brownless of Durham city, guano merchant.

UND/F9/C3/B2/12   5 March 1887
Transfer of a mortgage and further charge for securing £1400 on the premises in 2.
1. William Boyd of Durham, surgeon.
2. John Brownless of Belmont Hall, seed merchant.
3. William Coulson of High Coniscliffe, gent.

UND/F9/C3/B2/13   30 October 1894
Transfer of mortgages for the premises in 2 with the New Brancepeth Hotel, land in Tudhoe and the Fighting Cocks Inn in Durham by
Francis Coulson of Aykley Heads, mining engineer, and Henry Lawrence of The Grange, ironworks manager, as the representatives of William Coulson who died on 24 January 1894, to
the said Francis Coulson.

UND/F9/C3/B2/14   24 March 1905
Transfer of a mortgage on the premises in 2 to secure £1400 and interest by
Francis Coulson of Sherburn Hall, engineer, to
Frederick Marshall of Durham city, solicitor.

UND/F9/C3/B2/15   25 March 1907
Transfer of a mortgage on the premises in 2 to secure £1400 and interest by
Frederick Marshall of Durham, solicitor, to
Mary Story of Haswell, widow.

UND/F9/C3/B2/16   8 July 1908
Bill of Amos Hunt & Co of The Wolsingham Bottling Co to Messrs Raybole and Daniels for harness fittings and poultry, with a note agreeing to transfer the land [Bower Banks] to Raybole and Hunt at the present rental of £10, signed by Amos Stephen Hunt.

UND/F9/C3/B2/17   19 March 1909
Tenancy agreement for Bower Banks on a yearly basis at £10 pa by
Mary Story of Haswell, widow, to
Henry Raybole of 4 Ellis Leazes, Durham, and Alfred Daniel of 4 John St, Durham.

UND/F9/C3/B2/18   11 July 1910
Mortgage for £25, with a further charge of 13 January 1912 for £10, by
Robert Story of Wingate, butcher, son and executor of Robert Story late of Fleming Field Farm, died 6 December 1878, to
Frederick Marshall of Durham city, solicitor.

UND/F9/C3/B2/19   23 September 1912
Further charge for £25 by
Robert Story of Wingate, butcher, to
Frederick Marshall of Durham, solicitor.

UND/F9/C3/B2/20   3 August 1915
3 Inland Revenue certificates of payment of estate duty for the late Mary Story on Grove House and Belvedere House, a stable [for Grove House] in Church Lane and Bower Banks.

UND/F9/C3/B2/21   31 December 1915
Lease by 1 to 2 of the tenement [comprising Grove House drive, as in 2] for 21 years at £8 pa.
1. Ecclesiastical Commissioners.
2. James Paulinus Jones of Upper Denby, Wakefield, retired corn merchant, John Bowey Scott of Seaham Harbour, solicitor, and Henry Mitchell of Haswellin, dairy farmer and carting contractor, executors of Mary Story late of Waswell, died 21 January 1911.
3. Robert Story of North Road, Wingate, butcher, John Story of Haswell, labourer, and George Story of North Road, Wingate, labourer.
With a plan.

UND/F9/C3/B22   24 November 1917
Gilligate manor admittance of James Paulinus Jones, John Bowey Scott and Henry Mitchell as devisees in trust under the will of Mary Story, died 21 January 1911.

UND/F9/C3/B2/23   1919
Abstract of title to freehold and copyhold properties in Gilesgate held by Robert Story and others, 1877-1917. With a draft.

UND/F9/C3/B2/24   1919
Additional abstract of title to freehold and copyhold properties in Gilesgate held by Robert Story and others, 1910-1912. With a draft.

UND/F9/C3/B2/25   27 November 1919
Sale particulars of houses and land of Robert Story, George Story and Thomas William Scott, being “Grove House”, “Belvedere House”, land at Bower Banks, a stable at Church Lane, and fields at Dragon Villa, with a plan of the Gilesgate properties, annotated as 4 lots.

UND/F9/C3/B2/26   1920
Abstract of title to freehold and copyhold properties in Gilesgate, 1894-1918. With a copy.

UND/F9/C3/B2/27   18 May 1920
Order of the Board of Education allowing the trustees of St Hild's college to purchase Grove House and Bower Banks for £1155. With 2 copies.

UND/F9/C3/B2/28   19 June 1920
Reconveyance and reassignment and covenant to resurrender the premises in 2 on the discharge of a mortgage debt of £1400 secured on them.
1. James Paulinus Jones of Wakefield, retired corn merchant, John Bowey Scott of Seaham Harbour, solicitor, and Henry Mitchell of Haswell, dairy farmer and carting contractor.
2. Thomas William Scott of West Hartlepool.
3. Robert Story of Stainton in Cleveland, butcher, John Story of Hesledon, labourer, and George Story of Wingate, labourer.

UND/F9/C3/B2/29   3 July 1920
Reconveyance of premises on the discharge of a mortgage debt of £60 secured on them by Emily Marshall of Durham city, widow and executrix of Frederick Marshall who died on 9 May 1918, to Robert Story of Wingate, butcher.

UND/F9/C3/B2/30   5 July 1920
Conveyance of Bower Banks and Grove House by
Robert Story of Stainton in Cleveland, butcher, George Story of Wingate, labourer, and John Story of Hesledon, labourer to
Col Rowland Burdon of Castle Eden, esq, Rev Dawson Walker of the College, Rev John Hall How of Durham city and John Falshaw Hobson of Durham city, esq.

UND/F9/C3/B2/31   26 November 1924
Mortgage of Grove House to raise £2000 to be repaid over 4 years by the trustees of St Hild's college to Edmund Kendal Grimston Aylmer of Walworth Castle, Col (retired), 19th Hussars.
Added is a transfer of the mortgage by Allan Aylmer Luxmoore of 5 North Bailey, solicitor and executor of the will of Edmund Kendal Grimston Aylmer who died on 28 March 1931, and Arthur Neville Eade of Kirkby Wharfe, Tadcaster, land agent, (both executors to Gerald Percy Vivian Aylmer, co-executor of E.K.G. Aylmer, who died on 20 December 1936) to Eliza Ann Cullingford of 7 Deacons Lane, Ely, widow, 28 May 1937.
Added also is a receipt by Eliza Ann Cullingford for the balance of the mortgage 11 November 1939.

UND/F9/C3/B2/C32   17 August 1931
Compensation agreement between the Marquess of Londonderry and Mr and Mrs Albert Payneter Hall over land and premises in Gilligate manor.

UND/F9/C3/B2/33   9 August 1935
Lease of [Grove House drive] by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners to the bishop of Durham for 21 years at £8 pa. With a plan. 2 copies.

One copy numbered 389788 (?Ecclesiastical Commissioners number).
UND/F9/C3/B2/34   28 May - 17 September 1956
Conveyance of Grove House drive by the Church Commissioners to the bishop of Durham as trustee of St Hild's college for £200, 31 July.
With associated land charges searches, statutory declaration, Order of the Minister of Education permitting the purchase, and a deed of appointment of the bishop of Durham as trustee to receive this conveyance, by the executors of the late Rowland Burdon, the last of the four previous trustees.

UND/F9/C3/B2/35   1979
Abstract of title to Grove House 1924-1956.

UND/F9/C3/B2/36   1979
Abstract of title to Bower Banks land and land at the back of Alma Terrace 1920-1968.

UND/F9/C3/B2/37   1925 - 1979
Schedules of and receipts for bundles of the above deeds.

UND/F9/C3/B3   20 December 1889 – 22 February 1985
Durham City, 168A, 169, 170, 170A and 171 Gilesgate, situated between the vicarage and Grove House on the S side of Gilesgate.
The properties are divided into two lots, both lastly owned by Carrville Developments Limited, High Street, Carrville, County Durham. The company purchased 168A, 169 and 170 on the 28 December 1963 (No 24) from Norman and Phyllis Ethel Stout, of 2 South End, Durham City. By a conveyance dated 24 March 1965 (No 33), the bishop of Durham acquired on behalf of Saint Hild's College the land of the recently demolished buildings known as 168A, 169, 170 Gilesgate from Carrville Developments Limited. The company purchased the properties at 170A and 171 from the trustees of the Gilligate Church Estate Charity by a conveyance dated the 9 January 1964 (No 27). No deed for the purchase of number 170A and 171 is present. However in a letter dated 6 April 1965 (No 34) from E. Luxmore, 5 North Bailey, Durham to Miss K.A. Diggle, at Saint Hild's College, Durham it is apparent that the sale had been completed.
Other parties: Thomas Heppell elder 1889, Thomas Heppell younger 1889, James Heppell Marr 1902-1923, William Granville Maddison 1919, Albert Payneter Hall 1923, Mrs Emma Carr 1946-1947, Walter Herbert Bunch 1964.
37 items
No 3 in the schedule in the Charity Commission Scheme in UND/F9/A1/A1.
UND/F9/C3/B4   29 June 1869 – 4 June 1979
Durham City, Manor House, Manor Lodge and Manor Cottage and 172 Gilesgate, Gilesgate area.
Material relating to the said premises, which were purchased by Saint Hild's College from Alan Edgar Frederic Dickinson, Manor House, Gilesgate, Durham City by a conveyance dated 13 July 1965 (no 24).
Other parties: Henry Bainbridge Belough 1869-1872, City and County of Durham Permanent Benefit Building Society 1870, John Brownless 1872, Mrs Lucy Belough 1875-1887, Thomas Boyd 1875-1879, James Fowler 1879-1900, Mrs Jane Fowler 1900, Ethel Susanna Coward 1952, Viscount Allendale 1954
29 items
No 4 in the schedule in the Charity Commission Scheme in UND/F9/A1/A1.
UND/F9/C3/B5   1903 – 1979
Durham City, Alma Terrace, off Gilesgate.
In 1892 Robert and William Morris, sons of William Morris, inherited from their father Roger Rule's mortgage of the premises at Alma Terrace comprising two houses at 176 and 177 Gilesgate, six dwelling houses, Alma House, outhouses and yards.
The following conveyances detail purchases by St Hild's College:
1A, 2A, 3A and 4A Alma Terrace: purchased from Miss Mabel Gertrude Salkeld, 1 September 1969 (No 29).
4 Alma Terrace: purchased from Bryan and Olga Morgan, of 49 Bradford Crescent, Gilesgate, Durham City, 12 March 1969 (No 21).
5 Alma Terrace: purchased from Thomas Pickles of 8 Almond Drive, Castletown, Sunderland, County Durham, 14 September 1967 (No 20).
6 Alma Terrace: purchased from the trustees of the Court Saint Cuthbert Number 481 of the Ancient Order of Foresters Friendly Society, 21 July 1904 (No 6).
7 & 8 Alma Terrace or Alma House: purchased from Robert and William Morris, 18 June 1903 (No 4).
Other parties: R.W. Salkeld 1891 (abstract of title to 174 Gilesgate), Mrs Mary Hannah Vale 1903, Thomas William Taylor 1927, Thomas Pickles 1927-1930, Samuel West Pickles 1930-1937, Gerald Hodgson Salkeld 1937, Thomas Pickles 1963.
34 items
Nos 5 & 6 in the schedule in the Charity Commission Scheme in UND/F9/A1/A1.
UND/F9/C3/B6   1884 – 1979
Durham City, York Cottage, situate to the rear of 178 Gilesgate, Gilesgate area.
Deeds for the property purchased by the college from Mrs Frances Emma Mary Stafford of Consett and Mrs Maud Edith Draper, 31 December 1925 (copy in No 13).
Other parties: Mr and Mrs Ingleby Thomas Miller 1884, Thomas Hall 1884-1896, William Edmondson 1884-1893, Thomas Kirtley 1896
13 items
No 7 in the schedule in the Charity Commission Scheme in UND/F9/A1/A1.
UND/F9/C3/B7   20 February 1863 - 4 June 1979
Durham City, Haworth Building and School House or St Hild's mixed junior and infants demonstration school, St Hilds Lane, Gilesgate area.
The site, in the area between Gilesgate, St Hilds Lane and Leazes Lane, was acquired in 3 phases: 20 February 1863 from Frances Anne marchioness of Londonderry; 28 October 1899 from Sir Lindsay Wood bt; 16 January 1901 from Charles Stewart marquess of Londonderry. The school's trustee (the bishop of Durham) then sold the school and site to the college 4 August 1966.
8 items
No 9 in the schedule in the Charity Commission Scheme in UND/F9/A1/A1.
UND/F9/C3/B8   10 February 1912 – 1979
Durham City, 12 Gilesgate.
On 10 February 1912, Miss Fanny Burdon transferred the remainder of a 99 year lease, (taken out on 13 May 1870), to Miss Jane Heron, who, married to Edward Hodgson, in 1932 purchased the property for £21 18s 1d from Charles Stewart Vane Tempest marquess of Londonderry. Following her death in 1951, her sister Isabella Heron of 31 Western Hill, Durham City, was vested with the property which she sold to St. Hild's College on 24 February 1956.
16 items
No 10 in the schedule in the Charity Commission Scheme in UND/F9/A1/A1.
St Bede's College
Reference: UND/F9/C3/C
UND/F9/C3/C1   20 June 1899 – 11 November 1975
Durham City, Bede College.
Material relating to the grounds and building constituting the main buildings of Bede College. Includes a mortgage of the college estates 20 June 1899, valuations of college buildings 31 March 1915, approval by the Board of Education for mortgages for alterations and improvements to several buildings 24 August 1926 and 20 February 1931, and repayments thereof, and a lease of the college to The National Society [for the duration of the national emergency] 1 October 1941. The bundle further includes references to the premises known as “Rossleigh” and “The Gables”, as well as insurance policies for college buildings. There are also notes of 19th century deeds sent to the Board of Education in 1906 and deeds deposited with the National Westminster Bank in 1975.
32 items
UND/F9/C3/C2   27 September 1845 - 1979
Durham City, 6 and 6A Pelaw Leazes, Bede College site.
Conveyance by Durham dean and chapter to the bishop of Durham of the “Site for a School for the Training of Masters of Elementary Schools”, 27 September 1845. Also a lease of 6 and 6a Pelaw Leazes Lane by Charles Duncombe Shafto 28 September 1907, renewed by Mrs Helena Rosa Duncombe Shafto 20 September 1921.
6 items
No 11 in the schedule in the Charity Commission Scheme in UND/F9/A1/A1.
UND/F9/C3/C3   20 July 1854 - 1979
Durham City, Pelaw Leazes land, partly bounded on the north by the premises at 6 and 6A, Bede College site.
Conveyance by Durham dean and chapter to the bishop of Durham of land for the site for Bede College, 20 July 1854, with a release from the annual £4 10s 2d rent therefrom 20 July 1864.
3 items
No 12 in the schedule in the Charity Commission Scheme in UND/F9/A1/A1.
UND/F9/C3/C4   7 December 1857 – 1979
Durham City, Pelaw Leazes land, partly bounded on the east by the premises at 6 and 6A, Bede College site.
Conveyance by James Jackson to the bishop of Durham of land for the site for Bede College, 8 November 1861.
Other parties: John Crozier 1857.
With a lease of part of the site to the North-Eastern Electricity Supply Co Ltd as a site for a substation on the S side of Pelaw Leazes Lane 9 April 1934, with correspondence about its extension in 1936.
7 items
No 13 in the schedule in the Charity Commission Scheme in UND/F9/A1/A1.
UND/F9/C3/C5   25 June 1781 – 1979
Durham City, two pieces of land situated in Gilesgate adjoining Bede College.
Conveyance by Robert John Ellis to trustees for the college, 24 December 1891.
Other parties: Miss Ann Burdus of Newcastle upon Tyne 1781, John Carr of Hertford 1781, John Carr 1859, Rev Charles Thomas Whitley 1859-1891, Rev Robert Stainton Ellis 1868-1882, Mrs Mary Ellis 1868-1882, John Thomas Warrington 1882-1891, William Edmund Ball 1882-1891, Robert John Ellis 1891, Francis William Arkcoll 1891, William Tone 1892, Miss Ada Tone 1901, A.A. Johnson 1901, S.J. Robson 1901.
18 items
No 14 in the schedule in the Charity Commission Scheme in UND/F9/A1/A1.
UND/F9/C3/C6   23 November 1900 – 1979
Durham City, premises formerly known as Kipling land or Pelaw Garden building estate, in Pelaw Leazes, fronting Front St, Gilesgate area.
Conveyance by Mrs Jane Kipling to the college 16 November 1910.
Other parties: Thomas Kipling 1900.
5 items
No 15 in the schedule in the Charity Commission Scheme in UND/F9/A1/A1.
UND/F9/C3/C7   23 May 1907 – 4 June 1979
Durham City, Pelaw Leazes Garden estate, Gilesgate.
Conveyance by Mrs Jane Kipling, of 9 Rhodes Terrace, Neville's Cross, to the college, 12 January 1934. Includes also J.T. Pegge's March 1924 plan of building plots, road sections, and levels on the estate, with details of plots sold, held by Jane Kipling, and notifications by Durham Corporation of the laying of sewers across the land in 1907.
10 items
No 16 in the schedule in the Charity Commission Scheme in UND/F9/A1/A1.
UND/F9/C3/C8   23 September 1856 – 2 February 1979
Durham City, “Rossleigh”, Pelaw Leazes Lane, Gilesgate area.
Material relating to the purchase of the house and ground known as “Rossleigh”. The triangular shaped property is bounded by Pelaw Leazes Lane to the north-west and the River Wear to the south. The grounds were purchased by Francis Lockey, of Pelaw Leazes, Durham City, from the trustees of the Blue Coat School, 31 December 1901. Lockey's daughters, Mary Isabella and Edith Grace Lockey, sold the house to the college, 30 September 1936.
21 items
No 17 in the schedule in the Charity Commission Scheme in UND/F9/A1/A1.
UND/F9/C3/C9   22 November 1900 – 1979
Durham City, “The Gables”, Pelaw Leazes, Gilesgate area.
Material relating to the purchase of the land and building known as “The Gables” by Frank William Goodyear from Harry Bottomley by a conveyance dating the 21 April 1913, and then sold by Goodyear to the college on 31 August 1938. The plan on No 1 (1900) is marked up with the various sales of the other plots on the Pelaw Leazes estate.
Other parties: Marquis of Londonderry 1900, Thomas Kipling 1900, Mrs Jane Kipling 1910.
20 items
No 18 in the schedule in the Charity Commission Scheme in UND/F9/A1/A1.
UND/F9/C3/C10   5 August 1924 – 2 February 1979
Durham City, “Easdale”, Gilesgate area.
Material relating to the purchase of premises known as “Easdale” and a right of way to it over adjoining premises. It was purchased for the college from the representatives of the will of William Smith, late of “Easdale” on 3 January 1961, who then leased back the property until they surrendered it on 4 June 1975. A compromise agreement was drawn up on 1 September 1964 for a right of way to gain access to “Easdale” between Henry John Gillman, of 44 Saddler Street, Durham City, and Norman Stout, of “Ingleside”, Whinney Hill, Durham City, on the first part and the Durham Diocesan Board of Finance and Frank Kenneth Gerald Collier for Bede College on the other part.
10 items
No 19 in the schedule in the Charity Commission Scheme in UND/F9/A1/A1.
UND/F9/C3/C11   18 May 1920 – 1979
Durham City, 167 and 168 Gilesgate, known as Belvedere House.
Acquired, as copyhold property, by Bede College from Robert Story of Stainton in Cleveland, George Story of Wingate and John Story of Hesledon, 5 July 1920. Rented out by Bede College to St Hild's College for 3 years for a peppercorn rent, 4 October 1938.
11 items
No 20 in the schedule in the Charity Commission Scheme in UND/F9/A1/A1.
UND/F9/C3/C12   25 September 1969
Durham City, [Pelaw House], off St Hilds lane, Gilesgate.
Conveyance by the City of Durham to [Bede College].

No 21 in the schedule in the Charity Commission Scheme in UND/F9/A1/A1.
UND/F9/C3/C12   18 September 1880 - 1979
Durham City, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 Ravensworth Terrace, on the S side of Gilesgate.
The premises were initially part of an agreement dating 18 September 1880 entered into by Joseph and William Sutton and Frederick Morgan, with the condition of then entering into an agreement with Ralph Sanderson with a restricted definition of use of the premises. Upon the execution of the latter's will, James Sanderson was vested with the properties numbered 3, 4, 5 and 6 Ravensworth Terrace and their assigned uses restriction. His son James William Sanderson subsequently became vested with the properties in 1912 upon the death of James. The premises were sold off individually, and eventually became property of Bede College by purchases as follows:
No 3: purchased from Durham County Council, 3 May 1971.
No 4: purchased from Mr. John Espenett Caffyn, 12 February 1957.
Nos 5, 6 and 7: purchased from the Durham High School for Girls, 29 February 1968.
The file also includes a mortgage between James William Sanderson and George Stainton over 3, 5 and 6 Ravensworth Terrace for securing £1500 at 5% 28 February 1935, as well as an agreement between William Marshall and James Sanderson for the installation of windows 1 October 1892, and notice of the sale of No.1 Ravensworth Terrace by Ralph Sanderson to Durham County Police Authority 6 October 1948, and a conveyance of 18 June 1892 from J. Patrick and R.W. Salkeld to Arthur Sanderson of 1, 7 and 8 Ravensworth Terrace, 17 Sutton St, 21 Sherburn Road and property in Church Lane, Gilesgate.
Other parties: Arthur Sanderson 1892, Walter Turner McDermid 1921, City and County of Durham Permanent Benefit Building Society 1921, Mrs Margaret Ann Bell 1925, Jonathan Hayton Bell 1925, Mary Ovington Trotter 1925, Miss Marian Langley Stafford Smith 1925, Miss Charlotte Hester Kerr 1934, Kelvin Warwick Thompson 1946, Miss Elsie Lathaen Bell 1951, National Provincial Bank Ltd 1947-1961, Mrs Dora Sanderson 1961.
75 items
Nos 22-25 in the schedule in the Charity Commission Scheme in UND/F9/A1/A1.
UND/F9/C3/C14   2 November 1948 - 1979
Brancepeth, “Stockley Grove”
Formerly married quarters used by the War Department, these buildings were conveyed to the college by Castle Estates (Brancepeth) Ltd 3 September 1963. A mortgage had subsequently to be raised to pay for their conversion for use as boarding accommodation.
14 items
UND/F9/C3/C15   25 May 1964
Schedule of deeds for 1, 2 and 5 Pelaw Leazes received by National Provincial Bank, Durham. 2 copies, 1 signed.

UND/F9/C3/C16   27 November 1852 - 17 August 1931
Gilligate manor
Surrender by W.
3 items
Chaplain
Reference: UND/F9/C4
UND/F9/C4/C1   13 May 1978 & 7 May 1994
Special service papers: College Day in Durham cathedral.

UND/F9/C4/C2   [2013]
Regular service papers :
Compline [2013]; Holy Eucharist in Advent [2013]

UND/F9/C4/D1   2005 - 2014
Chapel of the Venerable Bede term cards, detailing contacts and services/events, for Lent 2005, Easter 2006, Epiphany 2007, Michaelmas 2013, Epiphany 2014.

UND/F9/C4/D2   Michaelmas 2013 - Easter 2014
Music and anthem texts for each term

UND/F9/C4/D3   December 2013, June 2014
Chapel Matters, weekly newsheet

Library
Reference: UND/F9/C5
UND/F9/C5/1   July 1979 - February 1984
Accession slips detailing author, order no., title, place/publisher, date, series, price, date ordered, ISBN, suggested by, bookseller, hastened, date received, class, added entries, no of entries, accession no, date, and notes, nos.B/018000--B/026159

Academic
Reference: UND/F9/D
UND/F9/D1   October 2012
Welcome pack for freshers, including welcome letters from the principal and SRC president, information about registration, medical, linen, fees, parking, rooms and chapel.

Associations, clubs and societies
Reference: UND/F9/E
St Hild's - Students' Association/Junior Common Room
Reference: UND/F9/E1B Minutes deposited on permanent loan by St Hild's JCR, 28 June 1948.
Formerly MS 378.4281H5F20 and then Add Ms 166 & 167 until 12 June 2006.

UND/F9/E1B/1   25 May 1920 - 5 May 1925
St Hild's University Students minute book
The first meeting on 25 May 1920 records the electing of officers (senior student (soon changed to senior woman), secretary and treasurer) and the drawing up of a constitution (with subsequent additions).

UND/F9/E1B/2   17 October 1929 - 1 February 1942
St Hild's University Students/JCR minute book
On 12 November 1931, the name was changed to the Junior Common Room.
At the back is the constitution as at October 1937.

UND/F9/E1D/1   1946 - 1955
Ephemera for performances of plays at St Hild's College (St Hild's College Dramatic Society by 1952):
Ladies in Retirement by Edward Percy and Reginald Denham, 2 February 1946, invite;
United We Fall by John Knowles, 6/7 December [1947], invite;
Great Day by Lesley Storm, 3/4 December [1948], invite;
Pride and Prejudice, adapted by Margaret Macnamara from Jane Austen, 2/3 December 1949, invite;
The Women Have Their Way, by S. & J. Quintero, 24/25 November 1950, invite;
The Brontës of Haworth Parsonage by John Davison, 16 February 1952, programme;
Ladies in Retirement by Edward Percy and Reginald Denham, 28/29 November 1952, invite;
The Heiress, by Ruth and Augustus Goetz, 20/21 November 1953, invite;
The Tempest, by Shakespeare, 19/20 February 1954, invite;
Bonaventure, by Charlotte Hastings, 25/26 November 1954, invite;
The Prodigious Snob, by Miles Malleson, 11/12 February 1955, invite;
Arms & the Man by G.B. Shaw, 29/30 November [?1955], programme;
The First Born by Christopher Fry, 24/25 February 1956.

UND/F9/E1/D2   2013
Ball ephemera:
Venetian Masquerade Ball, 6 December [2013], poster

Hild Bede SRC
Reference: UND/F9/E1C
UND/F9/E1C/D1   [October] 2012
Freshers' Handbook

St Hild's Literary and Debating Society
Reference: UND/F9/E2
UND/F9/E2D/1   1954 - 1957
Invites to Visitors' Night debates, detailing speakers, on:
“That the Best of Life is but Intoxication”, 10 May 1954;
“That Modesty can no longer be regarded as a virtue”, 11 March 1955;
“That this House believes that the British Theatre is at its lowest ebb”, 8 May 1957.

Hild Bede Dramatic/Drama Society/Theatre
Reference: UND/F9/E3
UND/F9/E3/D1   2007 - 2012
Posters for performances in Caedmon Hall unless otherwise detailed:
Sweet Charity, 8-10 March 2007.
Little Shop of Horror, 29 February - 3 March [2012].

UND/F9/E3/D2   1975, 2014
Programmes for performances in Caedmon Hall:
N.F. Simpson, One Way Pendulum, 27-30 May 1975.
Chicago The Musical, 26 February - 1 March 2014.

Bede/Hild's Gilbert & Sullivan & Light Music Society
Reference: UND/F9/E4
UND/F9/E4/D1   1972 - 1974
Programmes for performances:
Ruddigore, 18-21 March 1972.
H.M.S. Pinafore, 1 May 1974.

Hild Bede Senior Common Room
Reference: UND/F9/E5
UND/F9/E4/D1   [March 2010]
SCR concerts programmes:
Chapel, by Hild Bede chapel choir and organist [March 2010]

UND/F9/E4/D2   Epiphany 2005
SCR term card, including dates, booking for meals, phone numbers, booking slips, and details of facilities etc.

UND/F9/E4/D3   2012/13
SCR Handbook

Hild Bede Association
Reference: UND/F9/E6
UND/F9/E6/D1   1977, 1983, 1988 - 2014
Hild Bede Association Newsletter, (from 1990) Hild Bede Association Magazine, with news from the college, its former members, and reunions.

Formerly: Per Local COL
Bede Film Society
Reference: UND/F9/E7
UND/F9/E7/D1   [2011] - [2014]
Posters for showings:
X-Men First Class, 8/9 October [2011].
The Wolf of Wall Street, 15/16 March [2014].

St Hild's Association
Reference: UND/F9/E8
UND/F9/E8/D1   30 June 1943 & [c.1980]
Membership cards,
Miss Enid Jeffries nee Iley, including collects and officers 30 June 1943, and the college psalm (122) c.1980

Photographs
Reference: UND/F9/F
College Photos - St Hild's
Reference: UND/F9/FAH
UND/F9/FAH1943   [June] 1943
College group, students and staff in dresses/skirts, outside, titled, with the arms, by John Edis of Durham, signed on the back: Mary Best, Betty Watson, Leslie M. Haile, Marjorie Johnson, Eunice M. Clark, Joan Tundale, Doreen Thompson, Brenda Cartledge, Betty Christie, Dorothy Smith, Margaret Langstaff, Mary Bowes, Joyce Riddle, ?Ivy Snaith, Kathleen Burn, Eileen Turley, Nelda Shuttleworth, Brenda A. Usher, Margaret Hodgson, Hilda Andrews, Lilian E. Brown, Margaret N. Young, Greta Boal, Maisie Philipson, Bernice Dawson, Jean Clarkson, Barbara K. McRae, Jean S. Templeton, Dorothy D.E. Jayne, Sylvia K. Shiel, A.L. Lawrence, Elsie E. Brown, Kathleen Diggle, Enid L. Iley, Enid Terry, Margaret Teary, Ena Birkett, Kathleen Stirling, Jean Osmond, Creda M. Wilkinson, Florence Alder, Gwen Couper, Edith Richardson, Jane Summers, Brenda B. Hedley, Muriel Lacy, G. H[elen] Ewence, Emily Geere, Elsie W. Hall, Frances Ferguson, Pauline Fenwick, Hild Branthwaite, Eileen I. Wilkinson, Joyce Hughes, Barbara Petrie, A. Roberts, Alice C. Lee, Margaret G. Case, Joyce Veitch, Agnes Armitage, Margaret S. Magan, Helen K. Kennedy, Gladys Gibbons.

Size: 185 x 280mm (print), 290 x 440mm (mount)
UND/F9/FAH1959   [June] 1959
College group, students in blazers and skirts, with staff, outside the chapel, Susan Wildman, Lois Beldon, Valerie Williams, Joan Douglas (Pelley) identified, by Mason and Harvey of Durham.

Size: 155 x 350mm
?Another copy: DCRO E/HB1/616.
UND/F9/FAH1960   [June] 1960
College group, students in blazers and skirts, with staff and dog, outside the chapel, by John Edis of Durham.

Size: 250 x 395mm
?Another copy: DCRO E/HB1/617.
Photos of Buildings - St Hild's
Reference: UND/F9/FYH
UND/F9/FYH1   [c.1950]
St Hild's college exterior, from below, through trees.

Size: 90 x 135mm
Publications and Ephemera
Reference: UND/F9/G
UND/F9/G1   13 - 17 April 1975
Poster for a conference at St Hild's: “The Roman Impact upon the North”.

Size: 420 x 230mm
UND/F9/G2   [1941], [c.1985] & [c.1995]
Prospectuses:
St Hild's College [1941]
College of St Hild and St Bede [c.1985], [c.1995]

UND/F9/G3   1915 - 1934
The Bede, subtitled in 1915 The Organ of Past and Present Students of the Durham Training College and in 1928 The Magazine of Bede College, Durham, and the Organ of Bede College Club
Vol.XI No.2 March 1915
Vol.XII No.1 December 1915
Vol.XII No.2 March 1916
Vol.XX No.2 Epiphany 1928
Vol.XX No.3 Easter 1928
Vol.XXI No.2 Epiphany 1929
Vol.XXII No.2 Epiphany 1930
Vol.XXIV No.2 Epiphany 1932
Vol.XXVI No.2 Epiphany 1934

UND/F9/G4   [?Epiphany 1984]
HBSauce - for boys and girls!, college magazine

UND/F9/G5   1946/47, 1961/62 - 1963/64, 1965/66
St Hild's College Report, comprising staff list, chairman's and principal's reports, exam results, and accounts.

Formerly: Per Local STH
UND/F9/G6   1935/36, 1946/47, 1947/48, 1957/58, 1961/62, 1963/64, 1972, 1973
St Hild's College Magazine, with details of the Association, news of reunions, members and college activities, with some adverts, and including members' addresses until 1947/48. The Magazine was replaced by a Newsletter in 1972 with rather more summary news of the Association and former members of the college.

Formerly: Per Local STH and DUR
UND/F9/G7   2012/13
College Community Handbook

Deposited Collections
Reference: UND/F9/H
UND/F9/H1   1905 - 1911
Album of autographs, drawings, watercolours, sketches and poems by students at the colleges of St Hild and St Bede, with 2 photographs of staff, inscribed on the inside front cover: “Sarah Collinson, 27 Market Place, Durham”.

Given by Catherine Hyde October 2009, Acc No Misc.2009/10:64, in memory of her parents Doreen nee Cradock and William Longrigg.
p.1   5 June 1909
Pen drawing of a herald blowing a trumpet titled “Open Sesame” and signed “Yours Sincerely R Fleming Bede 07-09”.

p.5   28 June 1910
Wash drawing of a man with cap leaning against a post, with pipe, with a chicken approaching, titled “The Fancier” and signed “S McIntyre”

p.13   28 January 1909
Coloured drawing in a roundel of a ketch sailing towards the sun[set], signed “With the best wishes of Beatrice E Lowes” .

p.23   [1909]
Watercolour of a [Dutch] girl herding 7 white geese up a winding road into the sun[set] with 2 windmills on the hilltop horizon, signed “Gertrude Atkinson St Hild's 07-09” .

p.27   1905
Pen and wash drawing of a bird (?sparrow) flying with a flower in its beak, titled “O'er Hill and Dale” and signed “R Beaton” .

p.31   6 June 1908
Pen drawing of a lady in dress and hat with flowers, being buffeted by the wind, titled “To my sister” and signed “E Collinson Durham” .

p.33   4 June 1909
Pen drawing of the sanctuary knocker at Durham Cathedral, titled as such and signed “Yours Sincerely Wm M Coulson” [Bede 1907-1909].

p.41   25 June 1910
Pen and wash drawing of a lady head and shoulders titled “Peggy” and signed “J Collinson” .

p.45   [1909]
Watercolour sketch of flowers (?clematis) signed “With Best Wishes Ida Hutton St Hild's (1907-09)” .

p.51   [c.1909]
Pen drawing of a viking, head and shoulders with winged helmet, titled “The Last Viking” , with a poem, first line “Row ye well, for my purpose stands” , signed “EIL” .

p.53   [c.1909]
Pen and colour drawing of a hunting scene, a lady riding side-saddle on a horse clearing a fence with a man about to, titled “Follow me” and signed “J Stopford-Taylor”.

p.57-63   [1909]
A page of [St Hild's] Seniors 1908-09 names and addresses: May Lishman, Minnie R. Smith, Eva Dowsen, Margaret E. McCall, Elsie M. Legge, Nancie S. Gregson, Mary E. Winlow, Edith M. Arrowsmith, Bessie Heslop, Jennie E. Gumm, Poppy Barlow, Muriel Hinde, Ida Hutton, Alice Bell, Annie Sumpton, Ethel Dumville, Margaret McColvin, Ethel Morton (14 September 1908), Florence E. Kerr, Constance M. Hall, Mary E. Askew, Daisy C. Harrison, Ethel F. Moor, Lucy Hutton, Lizzie Charlton, Lydia E. Pearson, ?Bessie White, Lizzie Howe, Sarah G. Kitching, Emma Bland, Annie G. Henderson, Eveline M. Charlton, Gladys Bowen, Madeline George, Nora Bramwell, Sarah J. Davidson, Annie F. Batey, Alice Beatrice Cragg, Vida Service, Ethel Comben, Gertrude Atkinson, Gertrude Broughton, Nellie Carr, Dora J. Hardy, Maggie Barr, Grace Darling, Myra Littlewood, Eva Mawson, Olive M. Goodall, May Hudson, Olive Blacklidge, Esabel Burn, Millie Carr, Flo Armstrong, Elsie M. Winskill, Evelyn Wood, Florence McCullough, Mabel Widdowfield, Madeline M. Nickel, Annie P. Lumsden, Isabel L. Johnson, Madge M. Middlemass.

p.64   8 July 1909
Photograph of a clergyman, half-length, signed J R Croft.

p.66   2 July 1909
Signatures of Caroline J. Skinner, Florence S. Buck, Lilian M. Seeley, Adeline M. Entwisle, Minnie Taylor, Mary Fish, Winifred Hindmarch, Eleanor M. Hindmarch.

p.67   2 July 1909
Photograph, half-length, of Rev Canon J. Haworth.

p.68   2 July 1909
Poem “He who died quick with his face to the foe ...” by L. Housman, signed by M.A. Thomas.

p.69   28 June 1910
Wash drawing of a man in a cap smoking a cigar standing by the sea, signed by “[S.] M[cIntyre]”

p.71A   [c.1909]
Watercolour of 4 sailing boats on a calm sea [?by Jennie Gumm].

p.73   October 1908
Watercolour of a river in moonlight in a steep-sided valley, signed “Yours sincerely Ethel Thorpe”

p.77   1906
Watercolour of a cottage with sheep by a lake, hills beyond, signed by F.H.T.

p.81   March 1909
Pen and wash drawing of a girl sitting on the floor reading a book, signed “Isabel Chandler” .

p.85   [c.1909]
Pen and wash drawing of a rider in a top hat on horseback looking at a signpost saying “Wet Paint” , guarded by 2 geese, titled “Lost! "Give thy thoughts no tongue" Hamlet” , signed “J. Angus” .

p.95   1905
Drawing of a horse and trap stopped in a village street with a man and woman, signed “R.S.B.”.

p.103   [c.1909]
Watercolour of an [?Italian] lakeside villa.

p.105   [1909]
Pen drawing of 2 people fishing in a boat on a lake by a cottage, signed “Margaret McColvin St Hild's College Durham 1907-1909” .

p.113   February 1909
Watercolour of 4 sailing boats on a calm sea, signed “With best wishes from Jennie E. Gumm” .

p.121   [c.1909]
Watercolour sketch of 3 sailing boats [?by Jennie Gumm].

p.123   31 January 1910
Pen and wash drawing of an old [?Dutch] man, signed “C.P.C” .

p.143   14 July 1910
Pen drawing caricature of a man in waiscoat and cufflinks declaiming, by H. Bell.

p.147   14 March 1911
Pen drawing of a man and woman sitting at the tea table, the man staring forlornly, the woman reading the paper, titled “The Suffragette Husband” , signed “S. D'A.” and “N.J.F.” and “With Apologies” .

UND/F9/H2   [c.1920s]
Album of views of St Hild's College, interiors and exteriors, and also views of Durham.
Titled on the front “St Hild's College Durham” with the shell emblem.
On the back: “Photographed and Printed by P.A. Buchanan & Coy. Croydon, Surrey” (probably only nos.2-13 only by Buchanan).
1. Durham Castle, from the riverbank, drawing, by “TC” .
2. St Hild's College from across the Wear by the Racecourse.
3. The south front of St Hild's College.
4. View of Durham cathedral from St Hild's College terrace.
5. St Hild's College from Pelaw Wood.
6. St Hild's cloisters exterior and garden demonstration plot.
7. St Hild's chapel interior looking east.
8. St Hild's library interior.
9. St Hild's art room interior, chairs and easels.
10. St Hild's dining room interior.
11. St Hild's JCR interior, chairs, tables, plants.
12. St Hild's West Room interior, stage, piano, chairs against the walls.
13. St Hild's Botany Room interior, work benches, sinks.
14. Durham cathedral from the south west across the river, drawing, by “TC”
15. Durham cathedral choir interior looking east, drawing, by “TC” .
16. View of the east end of Elvet Bridge from the south showing jutted-out houses.
17. Distant view of Durham Cathedral from the south-east.
18. View of Finchale Abbey from the top of the entrance road to the south-west.

Given by the relative of an unnamed former St Hild's student of the 1920s, June 2010, Acc No Misc.2009/10:160.
UND/F9/H3   c.1938 - 1941
Photographs of an unidentified [non-university] student “CHC” at Bede College.
1. Alan Watcham and “CHC”, in jackets and ties, indoors, c.1939.
2. “CHC”, half length, jacket and tie, glasses, indoors, c.1938.
3-4. “CHC”, standing outdoors, in jacket, tie, gown, holding a book, 4 with mortar board, c.1939.
5. [Bede College football club], in shirts, shorts, socks, on the college entrance steps, “CHC” standing back right arms folded, c.1939.
6. [Bede College] leavers' dinner, black tie, c.1939.
7. Bede College chapel interior, looking east, 1941.
8. Bede College grounds and war memorial, from the riverbank towards the college, c.1938.

Forwarded electronically from the DU Alumni Office (original source unrecorded) 11 July 2012.
UND/F9/H4   [c.1908] - 2014
Material collected for a biography of Hilda Dukes (1886-1976), who trained at St Hild's 1906-1908 and then taught and lived in Middlesbrough.

Given by the compiler, Judy Harris, 10 February 2014, Acc No.
UND/F9/H4/1-16   [c.1908]
Postcards of St Hild's College buildings, students and activities.
1. View of the college and grounds from across the river.
2. College chapel exterior, W end, by G.O. Fillingham, City Studio, Durham.
3. College chapel exterior, S side, by G.O. Fillingham, City Studio, Durham.
4. College main buildings and chapel, by George Fillingham, City Studio, Durham.
5. Classroom interior, desks with papers on, pictures on the walls, by G.O. Fillingham, City Studio, Durham.
6. [JCR] interior, by G.O. Fillingham, City Studio, Durham.
7. Corridor with plants in the windows.
8. Rev Canon Haworth, half-length, by Andrews & Co, Durham.
9. Hockey team, outside, 16 girls, in dark dresses and light neckties, some with college badges [colours], with hockey sticks and balls, also with a lady and [Canon Haworth].
10. Group of 11 girls in various skirts and light-coloured shirts, with 2 female and 1 male [members of staff], outside.
11. Group of 13 girls, in dark skirts, light shirts and striped neck-ties, one holding a skull and cross-bones plaque, [perhaps the Thirteen Society], outside.
12. Group of 14 girls and female ?staff in various [smart] shirts and skirts, outside.
13. View from above of a tea party outside, tables and chairs on the lawn, lots of ladies in hats.
14. View of a tea party outside, tables and chairs on the lawn, lots of ladies in hats.
15. Man in jacket and tie, moustache, half-length, by S.A.P. & Co, D[urham].
16. Lady standing, dark dress, holding a chair, [in a photographer's studio].

UND/F9/H4/17-18   [c.1970]
Photos of the entrance area to St Hild's college, taken from the grounds below.

UND/F9/H4/19   [c.1955]
Brochure for the Church of England's 26 teacher training colleges, including St Hild and St Bede, with images of all of them, and some information on their strengths and development plans.

UND/F9/H4/20   February 2014
Biography of Hilda Dukes, a chronology of her and her parents and family, copies of two of the documents cited therein (St Hild's admission registers for September 1906) with a list of all the postcards in her album (including those listed above and the Middlesbrough ones give away to Teesside Archives).

Artefacts
Reference: UND/F9/I
UND/F9/I1   [c.1950]
St Hild's College [blazer] badge, unused

Size: 85mm diameter
From the effects of Mrs Mary Anderson (nee Payne, St Hild's 1940-1942), 19 March 2009, Acc No Misc.2008/9:92.
UND/F9/I2   1911/12
[Boat club] cap of Sidney Howard Cunningham (Bede College 1910-1912, k1915).

Size: c.220 x 180 x 80mm
Given by his neice Vanessa Cunningham, 25 August 2012, Acc No Misc.2012/13:14.
St John's Hall/College
Reference: UND/F4
Dates of creation: 1909 - 2008 St. John's College was founded in 1909 to provide an opportunity for prospective ordinands in the Church of England to receive a university education outside Oxford or Cambridge. It became a full constituent college of the university of Durham in 1923, but remains independent of it both administratively and financially. From its earliest days a small number of non-ordinands were also admitted to the student body, although the proportion of non-theologians remained very small until the 1950s. In 1958 a separate hall within College, Cranmer Hall, was formed for ministerial training. Cranmer Hall has been a recognised Anglican theological college ever since. The remaining "Junior Hall", now known as John's Hall, has grown much larger than Cranmer and admits students reading for the whole range of university degrees. St. John's College is governed by the College Council and supported by two external bodies, St. John's Society (the Alumni association) and the Senior Common Room. The college officers are responsible for the daily management of the college. They comprise the principal, the senior tutor, the bursar and the warden of Cranmer Hall.
Principals:
1909-1911 Rev Sidney Nowell Rostron
1911-1919 Rev Prof Dawson Dawson-Walker
1919-1945 Rev Canon Charles Steel Wallis
1945-1954 Rt Rev Ronald Ralph Williams
1954-1955 Rev Dr G.J. Cuming (acting)
1954-1970 Rev Dr Jim P. Hickinbotham
1970-1978 Rev John C.P. Cockerton
1978-1988 Miss D. Ruth Etchells
1988-1992 Dr A.C. Thiselton
1992-1999 David V. Day
1999-2006 Rt Rev Stephen W. Sykes
2006-date Revd Dr David Wilkinson
(There was a forerunner to the foundation of Cranmer Hall in 1958. In October 1912, Cranmer Theological College was removed from Burslem in Staffordshire to Durham, being established at 45 (44 from 1913) North Bailey with Revd Hyma Henry Redgrave as principal and J.G.C. Hopper as butler. Its brief was to supply and train Protestant candidates for holy orders in the Church of England. Accommodation was provided for 24 students. However, in December 1913 Redgrave was found guilty of immoral conduct, although not guilty of adultery, and by 1915 the college had disappeared and 44 North Bailey became the Women Students' Common Room.)
E.N. Gowing, John Edwin Watts-Ditchfield First Bishop of Chelmsford (1926), p.92-99 on the background to the college's foundation.
T.E. Yates, A College Remembered St John's College Durham 1909-2000 2nd edition (Durham 2001)

Foundation
Reference: UND/F4/A
Legal Papers
Reference: UND/F4/AA
UND/F4/AA1   2 January 1911
Certificate of Incorporation, Memorandum and Articles of of Association for St John's Hall Ltd; with Special Resolutions as confirmed 2 February 1922 (3 copies); and amendments as “altered by Special Resolution passed on the 20th day of September, 1963”, with the original certificate of 2 January 1911.

UND/F4/AA2   4 March 1911
Licence from the Board of Trade for St John's Hall Ltd to hold any lands required for carrying out its objects not exceeding ten acres in total.

UND/F4/AA3   27 February 1923
Deed granting recognition by the Council of the Durham Colleges in the University of Durham to St John's College under the provisions of Statute 43a of the 1908 University of Durham Act, signed by Moulsdale and Jevons for the Durham Colleges, and Dawson Walker and Hobson for St John's, with the applied paper seals of the Council of Durham Colleges and St John's Hall. 2 copies.

Another copy in UND/CA2/1g.
UND/F4/AA4   29 June 1931
Licence from the Board of Trade for St John's Hall Ltd to hold any lands required for carrying out its objects not exceeding four acres in total.

UND/F4/AA5   24 December 1963
Certificate of Incorporation on Change of Name from “St John's Hall, Durham, Ltd”, as incorporated on 2 January 1911, to “St John's College, Durham” .

UND/F4/AA6   22 January 1998
Memorandum of Association between the University of Durham and St John's College.

Arms
Reference: UND/F4/AB
UND/F4/AB1   9 June 1992
Letter from Marian Miles of the Heraldry Society re the college's arms and their use of arms before the 1957 grant, with two coloured depictions of the crest.

The college was granted its arms on 31 May 1957, along with 5 other colleges, for which see: UND/AA5/1.
Jubilees
Reference: UND/F4/AC
UND/F4/AC1   23 June 1959
Invite to the college's [golden] jubilee.

UND/F4/AC2   11 June [1969]
Diamond jubilee celebrations including:
Programme of events
Service paper for the cathedral service
Leaflet with plan and photos of additions and improvements to buildings 1959-1969
List of those attending
Some notes on the college buildings

Annual Reports
Reference: UND/F4/AD
UND/F4/AD1   1949 - 1958
Annual reports 1948/9, 1949/50, 1957/8.

UND/F4/AD2   1970 - 1978
Principal's annual reports to Council

Openings
Reference: UND/F4/AE
UND/F4/AE1   27 June-November 1982
Visitors' Book, includes signatures of: Margot Fonteyn de Arias, Chancellor-elect (with photo on fly-leaf); Michael Ramsey, former Archbishop of Canterbury; Robert Runcie, Archbishop of Canterbury; Bishops' Inspectors.

UND/F4/AE2   25 June 1987
Visitors' Book, only signed by HRH Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother on her visit to open the Leech Hall.

Governance
Reference: UND/F4/B
Council
Reference: UND/F4/B1 The Council was established as the governing body of St John's in 1910. In 1922, it was decided that a smaller, more local, body was needed to administer more directly the running of St John's and so a “local” committee was set up which met in Durham on a more regular basis. From 1946 this was called the executive committee.

UND/F4/B1/1   1 November 1909 - 24 January 1925
Local committee minute book.

UND/F4/B1/2   1 December 1910 - 27 April 1935
Council and local committee minute book
1 December 1910 was described as the first meeting of the Council
At the 13 October 1922 council, it was resolved to form a house committee. Minutes of this, then described as the “local”, committee are recorded here from 24 October 1925, though they were then approving minutes of the 24 January 1925 meeting in B1/1 above.
Inserted:
p.23 A statement by the secretary describing the establishment of St. John's Hall and the composition of the council 1 December 1910
p.135 Accounts, printed, for 1923
p.143 Council's aproval of C.S. Wallis's appointment as principal 22 October 1919
p.189 Letter from P.R. Forst re setting up a 20 July 1924 meeting
p.253 Accounts, printed, for 1927
p.261 Letter re the sale of Stranton vicarage 7 May 1928
p.267 Copy letter to Mrs. Pickering re her allowance 9 November 1928
p.291 Estimate by R.A. Cordingley for a building extension [1930]
p.295 List of tenders for the extension 28 November 1930
p.303 3 letters re the legacy of William H. Shevill June 1930
p.331 O.A. Crawford Irwin's letter of 28 July 1933 accepting the vice-principalship, with a copy of the terms put to him 15 July 1933
p.367 Arthur R. Winnett's letter of 1 February 1935 accepting a tutorship, with a copy of the terms put to him 21 January 1935
Language:  English
Paper book, titled on the front in gold “MINUTE BOOK”   378p., paginated
UND/F4/B1/3   26 September 1935 - 1950
Council and local/executive committee minute book
Meetings of the general council and the local members, called the executive committee from 19 October 1946
With an index at the front
Inserted:
f.14 Correspondence with D. MacIntyre re building maintenance September/October 1936, 3 items
f.94 J.W. Duff's letter of 27 October 1944 approving R.R. Williams's appointment as principal
Language:  English
Paper book, titled on the front in gold “MINUTE BOOK”   175f.
UND/F4/B1/4   4 October 1950 - 26 July 1957
Council and executive committee minute book
Index at the front
Inserted:
f.1 Agenda and draft minutes for a 27 June meeting
f.25 Copy letter from the Council to the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries about the possible repeal of The Universities and College Estates Act 1925 16 July 1957
f.65 Printed programme for the July 1954 meeting in Durham of the Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland
f.163 Letter from G. Hart of 6 October 1961 in thanks for his gift
Language:  English
Paper book, some typescript minutes sellotaped in, titled on the front “MINUTE BOOK No.3”   187f.
UND/F4/B1/5   26 July 1957 - 20 September 1963
Council and executive committee minute book
Inserted:
f.119 Typescript copy of the 7 February 1961 Council minutes
Language:  English
Paper book, titled on the front “MINUTE BOOK No.4”   175f.
UND/F4/B1/6   5 November 1963 - 23 November 1974
Council and executive committee minute book
Inserted at the back is a letter from the Finance Officer about Mr. Pearson's salary 25 January 1974
Language:  English
Paper book, manuscript with typescript minutes sellotaped/stapled in from 1970, titled on the front “MINUTE BOOK No.4”   177f.
Centre for Christian Communication
Reference: UND/F4/B2
Dates of creation: 1996 - 2005 The Centre sought to challenge the Church nationally to take more seriously the training given to ministers and readers in preaching apologetics and media skills. Based in the Crossgate CXentre, it included offices, conference rooms and a multi-media studio which proved popular with college musicians and aspiring bands, As well as prodviding courses and facilities for the students at Cranmer and the Wesley Study Centre, the centre organised regional training days, consultations and national conferences, such as the annual Durham Preaching Conference, ina ddition to a major four year research and training project, VOX.
As director from 1996, Geoffrey Stevenson oversaw the initial configuration and equipping of the centre's facilityies and was joing in 1999 by David Wilkinson as associate director and fellow in Christian Apologetics. The centre was made possible by generous start-up grants and seed fu8nding from the Jerusalem Trust and the William Leech Trust, and significant support from the Garfield Weston Foundation, Sir Halley Stewart Trust, as well as the St Margaret's CHurch Estate Charity. The centre closed in 2005 when the college was unable to secure further funding for it.

UND/F4/B2/1   September 1996 - October 2002
Centre for Christian Communication file comprising: management committee minutes, budgets, the Jerusalem Trust, strategic plan, finance reports, objectives, events and courses, income, equipment in the general office, refurbishment of the multi-media centre, rating, memornada and staff.

Administration
Reference: UND/F4/C
Principal
Reference: UND/F4/C1
UND/F4/C1/1   [17 October 2006]
Service paper and invite for Holy Communion with the commissioning of Revd Dr David Wilkinson as principal in Durham Cathedral.

UND/F4/C1/2   10 June 1959
Funeral service paper for Charles Steel Wallis (1875-1959), principal 1919-1945, in Durham St Mary-le-Bow, with a notice of the service.

UND/F4/C1/3   15 September 1961
Invite to the laying of the foundation stone of the new extension by Lord Luke of Pavenham.

UND/F4/C1/4   5 February 1963
Letter from D.G. Christopherson and K.C. Dunham to [David] Ramage inviting him to covenant to the college's appeal, with a blank covenant form.

UND/F4/C1/5   [June 1969]
Report on the winding up of the Jubilee Appeal, launched in 1959.

UND/F4/C1/6   1988 - 1997
Development Campaign, brochure and newsletters:
Vision for Tomorrow, Nos3 & 4, April 1988 & April 1989.
Vision Update, undated & Issue 4 Spring 1997.

UND/F4/C1/7   1967
“Advisory Council for the Church's Ministry Inspections Committee Report of Inspection of Cranmer Hall in St John's College in the University of Durham February 8th - 11th, 1967”, as amended and approved by the Inspections Comittee 23 May 1967.

UND/F4/C1/8   September 1982
“Inspection of St John's College with Cranmer Hall, University of Durham November 1982 Principal's Report to the Inspectorate, including response to the Inspectors' Questionnaire”, by Ruth Etchells.

UND/F4/C1/9   20 January 1993
Service paper for a Eucharist to celebrate the commissioning of David V. Day as principal, in Durham cathedral.

UND/F4/C1/10   October 2005
Student experience survey results for all colleges and statistics from Student Planning and Assessment for St John's, with some correspondence.

UND/F4/C1/11   April - October 2005
Correspondence and programmes for the launch of the university's Doctor of Ministry (DMin).

UND/F4/C1/12   1973 - 1978
Reports and papers [for Council]:
“The College Understood as a Community and the Function of Staff-Members Within This Community”, by Raymond Hay, September 1972
“The College as a Training Community”, by Tim Yates, 20 May 1974
“Community Expectation in Cranmer Hall” by JCPC, September 1973
“St John's College 1965-1975 Some Facts, Figures and Reflections”
“Cranmer Hall Report Michaelmas Term 1974/75”
“The Needs of St John's College in Relation to the Principalship”
“Work Done, Including Job Creation Project, Appeal Work and Repairs and Maintenance, Summer 1977”
“Working Party on Courses”, 10 October 1977
“Advisory Council for the Church's Ministry, Comments on the Recommendations of the Second Report of the Working Party on Courses, and Committee for Theological Education Pastoral Studies”
“Support and Development Fund”, for Council 20 January 1978

Bursar
Reference: UND/F4/C2
Financial Records
Reference: UND/F4/C2/A
UND/F4/C2/A1   [?c.1909-1911]
Register of ?subscribers, detailing names, no of “shgs.”, amount promised and amount paid, the latter later split into paid to Watts Ditchfield and paid to Guy Warman.

UND/F4/C2/A2   28 June 1985
Accounts re the estate of the late Ella Vivian Nowell-Rostron, with the residue shared between St John's College Durham, St John's College Cambridge and Ridley Hall Cambridge

Administrative Files
Reference: UND/F4/C2/B
UND/F4/C2/B1   [?1980]
Programmes for concerts in college:
Stephen Newton, organ recital, ?1980.
“Sonata” chamber music recital for St John before the Latin Gate, 6 May 2005.
Chamber/Vocal music recital for the Feast of St John at the Latin Gate, 5 May 2006.

UND/F4/C2/B2   14 March 1961 - 31 October 1979
Accident Book, form B.I.510 under the National Insurance (Industrial Injuries) Act, 1946.

UND/F4/C2/B3   1937 - 1985
Insurance policies (fire, theft, damage, employers' liability) for the college and chapel, most for 1937, 1949, 1952 and 1985.

UND/F4/C2/B4   21 February & 28 October 1992
Letters from Jane Fleming re the Tristram papers and passing on two Tristram pictures to the college.

UND/F4/C2/B5   30 October 1942
Letter from James Hobson of Maughan & Hall enclosing a certificate (not present) for the Endowment Fund.

UND/F4/C2/B6   2005
Special dinner menus:
William Leech (Investments) Ltd, Golden Jubilee dinner, 28 February 2005

UND/F4/C2/B7   2014
Open Days programmes

Property Deeds and Leases
Reference: UND/F4/C2/C Deeds for the acquisition of the main site of the college:
1911: 3½/3a South Bailey (the cottage) (C6)
1913: 3 South Bailey (Haughton House) (C5)
1931: 2 South Bailey (C4)
1939: 6 South Bailey (C8)
1944: 7 South Bailey (C9)
1948: 5 South Bailey (C7)
?: 22 & 22a North Bailey (C2)
1961: 23 North Bailey (C3)
1996: 16 Briardene (C10)
Formerly numbered 9022

UND/F4/C2/C1/1-2   [c.1970]
Lists of the contents of deed boxes:
1. Share certificates for: Scholarship Fund; Endowment Fund; Sports Fund; Miscellaneous
3. Leases, tenances, other papers, faculties, college seal
Barclays Bank 2. Deeds for advowsons, Newcastle and South Bailey properties; Georgian silver purchased from Bishop Moule
Barclays Bank 3. Deeds for South Bailey and North Bailey properties.

UND/F4/C2/C1/3   13 July 1972
Note of the removal of deeds to Mr Wills at Ferens.

UND/F4/C2/C2/1   1 March 1945
Counterpart tenancy agreement for 22 North Bailey with Revd William G. Brown.

UND/F4/C2/C2/2   1 March 1947
Duplicate tenancy agreement for 22a North Bailey with Miss Annie G. Maxlow.

UND/F4/C2/C2/3   6 February 1950
Counterpart tenancy agreement for 22 North Bailey with Revd Robert P. McDermott.

UND/F4/C2/C2/4   18 November 1963
Photocopy deed of exchange with St Chad's Hall of 1 South Bailey and 28 North Bailey for 22 and 22a North Bailey, with a plan.

UND/F4/C2/C3/1   30 May 1961
Photocopy conveyance of 23 North Bailey by Mrs Evelyn M. Hobson to St John's Hall Ltd.

UND/F4/C2/C4/1-2   22 November & 16 December 1757
Assignment of a lease of [2] South Bailey by Robert Taylor esq to Dr Peter Bowlby, by licence of the dean and chapter of Durham.

UND/F4/C2/C4/3   20 November 1795
Lease of [2] South Bailey by the dean and chapter of Durham to Dr Peter Bowlby.

UND/F4/C2/C4/4-5   20 & 23 November 1802
Assignment of a leasehold on [2] South Bailey by Dr Peter Bowlby to Mr Matthew Woodifield, by licence of the dean and chapter of Durham.

UND/F4/C2/C4/6   9 May 1804
Copy lease of [2] South Bailey by the dean and chapter of Durham to Mr Matthew Woodifield.

UND/F4/C2/C4/7-8   7 August 1804
Certificate of the redemption of land tax by Matthew Woodifield.

UND/F4/C2/C4/9   1 May 1805
Conveyance of a burgage in Sadlergate, occupied by John Wilkinson, with an allotment in Witton Gilbert and Framwellgate townships, and [2] South Bailey, occupied by Robert Taylor, with an allotment in Witton Gilbert and Framwellgate townships, by the dean and chapter of Durham to Mr Matthew Woodifield.

UND/F4/C2/C4/10   4 March 1807
Feoffment of [2] South Bailey and an allotment on Elvet Moor by Mr Matthew Woodifield to Mr John Bowlby.

UND/F4/C2/C4/11-14   30 & 31 March 1812
Lease and release of [2] South Bailey by John Bowlby esq of St Mary the less and his wife Sarah to Mr William Williams of New Elvet, with a fine and abstract of title.

UND/F4/C2/C4/15-16   22 & 23 November 1822
Lease and release of [2] South Bailey by William Williams esq to Revd Thomas R. Shipperdson.

UND/F4/C2/C4/17   25 December 1832
Fire insurance premuium receipt of Revd T.R. Shipperdson.

UND/F4/C2/C4/18   26 January 1853
Copy will of Revd Thomas R. Shipperdson bequeathing his estate to his wife Mary A. Shipperdson.

UND/F4/C2/C4/19-20   28 March 1868
Conveyance of [2] South Bailey by Mrs Mary A. Shipperdson widow to Mr Francis Greenwell gent, with an abstract of title.

UND/F4/C2/C4/21-22   28 May 1884
Conveyance of land and premises in the South Bailey by Revd William Greenwell rector of Durham St Mary the less and others to Mr Thomas Maddison the younger.

UND/F4/C2/C4/23   9 March 1899
Mortgage of a reversionary interest in 2 South Bailey by Alan Greenwell esq to Judge Francis J. Greenwell, endorsed as reconveyed 17 October 1901.

UND/F4/C2/C4/24-25   24 July 1899
Lease and counterpart of 2 South Bailey by Mrs Elizabeth Greenwell to Misses Louisa J. Tristram and Jane C.J. Tristram.

UND/F4/C2/C4/26-31   23 October 1901
Conveyance of 2 South Bailey by Alan Greenwell esq to Misses Louisa J. Tristram and Jane C.J. Tristram, with an abstract of title, an Inland Revenue receipt for duty and a fire insurance policy

UND/F4/C2/C4/32   23 March 1906
Copy will of Jane C.J. Tristram, noted as died 18 June 1906.

UND/F4/C2/C4/33-35   5 October 1906
Conveyance of 2 South Bailey by Misses Flora C. Tristram and Charlotte J.J. Tristram to Miss Katharine A.S. Tristram, with an assent to the sale and a fire insurance policy.

UND/F4/C2/C4/36-48   13 November 1931
Conveyance of 2 South Bailey by Miss Katharine A.S. Tristram to St John's Hall Ltd, with associated papers including an abstract of title, a schedule of documents, an insurance policy, and correspondence re a Board of Education Order for a loan.

UND/F4/C2/C5/1   11 November 1680
Release of [3] South Bailey by Francis Forster esq to Thomas Wright esq.

UND/F4/C2/C5/2-3   10 & 11 June 1706
Lease and release of [3] South Bailey by Mrs Mary Wright, widow of Thomas Wright, on her marriage to George Trotter, to John Elstob and John Mowbray.

UND/F4/C2/C5/4   11 June 1706
Assignment of the burgage in South Bailey (7 x 7 yards) with a parcel in South Bailey (3 x 11 yards) leasehold held from the dean and chapter of Durham and [3½] South Bailey leasehold held from the churchwardens of Durham St Mary the less by Mrs Mary Wright widow of Thomas Wright, on her marriage to George Trotter, to John Elstob and John Mowbray.

UND/F4/C2/C5/5-6   29 & 30 November 1717
Lease and release of [3] South Bailey and assignment of [3½] South Bailey by John Elstob gent and John Mowbray gent to Mrs Elizabeth Burrell widow.

UND/F4/C2/C5/7-8   11 & 12 October 1721
Lease and release of [3] South Bailey and assignment of [3½] South Bailey by John Burrell gent and Elizabeth Burrell widow to Sir John Eden bt.

UND/F4/C2/C5/9   4 August 1751
Copy will of Sir Robert Eden bt, codicil 16 June 1755, probate 2 December 1755.

UND/F4/C2/C5/10   12 May 1791
Lease of a messuage in South Bailey by the churchwardens of Durham St Mary the less to Sir John Eden bt.

UND/F4/C2/C5/11   4 May 1801
Lease of a messuage in South Bailey by the churchwardens of Durham St Mary the less to Mrs Dorothea Methold.

UND/F4/C2/C5/12   20 July 1805
Lease of a burgage in South Bailey (7 x 7 yards) by Durham dean and chapter to Sir John Eden bt.

UND/F4/C2/C5/13   27 September 1806
Attested copy conveyance of a burgage in South Bailey (7 yards by 7 yards) and a parcel in South Bailey (2 x 11 yards) and a burgage in North Bailey by the dean and chapter of Durham to Sir John Eden bt.

UND/F4/C2/C5/14   4 May 1808
Lease of a messuage in South Bailey by the churchwardens of Durham St Mary the less to Mrs Dorothea Methold.

UND/F4/C2/C5/15-16   16 & 17 November 1810
Lease and release of [3] South Bailey freehold and assignment of [3½] South Bailey leasehold by Sir John Eden bt to Mrs Dorothea Methold.

UND/F4/C2/C5/17   4 May 1815
Counterpart lease of [3½] South Bailey by the churchwardens and overseers of Durham St Mary the less to Mrs Dorothea Methold.

UND/F4/C2/C5/18-20   22 & 23 August 1823
Lease and release of [3] South Bailey freehold and assigment of [3½] South Bailey leasehold by Mrs Dorothea Methold to Revd John Fawcett, with an abstract of title.

UND/F4/C2/C5/21-22   24 May 1852
Conveyance of [3] South Bailey freehold and [3½] South Bailey leasehold (from the churchwardens and overseers of Durham St Mary the less) by John Fawcett esq to Revd Edmund H. Hopper, with an abstract of title.

UND/F4/C2/C5/23-24   12 May 1858
Conveyance of [3] South Bailey freehold and [3½] South Bailey leasehold by Revd Edmund H. Shipperdson (name changed from Hopper by royal licence March 1856) to William Henderson carpet manufacturer, with an abstract of title.

UND/F4/C2/C5/25-27   1 April 1871 & 17 July 1872
Mortgages on [3] South Bailey by William Henderson esq carpet manufacturer to Revd Arthur Power Waring, and by Henderson and Waring to Francis Greenwell wine merchant and Maria F. Wood spinster, with an abstract of title.

UND/F4/C2/C5/28-30   14 February 1880
Conveyance of the freehold on [3] South Bailey and assignment of the leasehold on [3½] South Bailey by William Henderson esq and his mortgagees to the Warden, Masters and Scholars of the University of Durham, with an agreement for the sale and an abstract of title.

UND/F4/C2/C5/31-32   16 November 1899
Receipt for the redemption of the fee farm rent by the University of Durham on 21 Silver Street and 3 South Bailey.

UND/F4/C2/C5/33-34   29 January 1907
Lease and counterpart for 3 South Bailey by the Warden, Masters and Scholars of the University of Durham to the Church Schools Co Ltd.

UND/F4/C2/C5/35-36   16 December 1910
Assignment of the leasehold on 3 South Bailey by the Church Schools Co Ltd to Rt Rev George Nickson et al, with a licence from the Council of Durham Colleges.

UND/F4/C2/C5/37-38   25 October 1912
Assignment of the leasehold on 3 South Bailey by Rt Revd George Nickson bishop of Jarrow et al to St John's Hall Ltd, with a licence from the Council of Durham Colleges.

UND/F4/C2/C5/39-47   20 May 1913
Conveyance of 3 South Bailey by the Council of Durham Colleges to St John's Hall Ltd, with a conditional contract, the authority of the Board of Agriculture to sell, an abstract of title, correspondence re a Board of Education Order re a mortgage, and a certificate of the registration of a mortgage.

Another copy of the conveyance: UND/CH1/B322.
UND/F4/C2/C6/1   22 May 1871
Lease, with a plan, of [3½] South Bailey by the churchwardens and overseers of Durham St Mary the less to William Henderson esq.

UND/F4/C2/C6/2   22/23 June 1899
Charity Commission report extract re 3a or 3½ South Bailey between the churchwardens and oveerseers of Durham St Mary the less and St John's Hall Ltd.

UND/F4/C2/C6/3-4   15 June 1903
Copy undertaking and consent for the use of land at the rear of 3½ South Bailey between the churchwardens and overseers of Durham St Mary the less and Revd Henry E. Fox.

UND/F4/C2/C6/5   30 November 1910
Counterpart tenancy agreement for 3a South Bailey by the churchwardens and overseers of Durham St Mary the less to Rt Revd George Nickson bishop of Jarrow et al.

UND/F4/C2/C6/6-8   3 July 1911
Conveyance, with plan, of 3½ South Bailey by the trustees of the church estate of Durham St Mary the less to St John's Hall Ltd, with a newspaper advertisement and Charity Commission order.

UND/F4/C2/C7/1-3   10 September 1805
Conveyance of a messuage with two little burgages in South Bailey and a close outside the city walls, formerly leased, by the dean and chapter of Durham to Timothy Hutchinson esq, with two receipts.

UND/F4/C2/C7/4-5   9 & 10 January 1826
Lease and release of a messuage with two little burgages in South Bailey and a close outside the city walls, by Revd James Baker to John W. Hays gent.

UND/F4/C2/C7/6   27 July 1886
Inland Revenue account detailing that 4 South Bailey passed on the death of Revd George T. Fox to Revd Henry E. Fox.

UND/F4/C2/C7/7   31 December 1903
Mortgage of 4 South Bailey by Revd Henry E. Fox to Sir Lindsay Wood and Francis J. Greenwell esq, with a note of its reconveyance on 31 December 1906.

UND/F4/C2/C7/8   20 March 1906
Tenancy agreement for 4 South Bailey by Revd Henry E. Fox to Miss Frances A.G. Tristram.

UND/F4/C2/C7/9-11   17 November 1910
Conveyance, with a plan, of 4 South Bailey by Revd Henry E. Fox to Revd John E. Watts-Ditchfield, with an abstract of title, a statutory declaration and a contract for sale.

UND/F4/C2/C7/13   1 April 1911
Conveyance of 4 South Bailey by Revd John E. Watts-Ditchfield to St John's Hall Ltd.

UND/F4/C2/C7/14   18 November 1920
Agreement for a telephone wire wayleave between the Council of St John's College and the Council of Durham Colleges.

UND/F4/C2/C8/1   16 April 1723
Office copy of the will of George Baker esq.

UND/F4/C2/C8/2   4 February 1747
Copy assignment of a leasehold with a covenant to levy a fine for the Guildhall freehold messuage in the South Bailey by Edward Shipperdson esq, his wife Margaret, and her brother George Baker esq to William Pye esq.

UND/F4/C2/C8/3-4   3 April 1747
Final concord between William Pye esq plaintiff and Edward Shipperdson esq, his wife Margaret and George Baker esq of a messuage in Durham St Mary the less, 2 copies.

UND/F4/C2/C8/5-6   1 & 2 May 1747
Bargain and sale of a freehold burgage in South Bailey (12 x 6 yards) by Edward Shipperdson esq to Thomas Norris innkeeper.

UND/F4/C2/C8/7-11   2 July 1794
Lease and release of a freehold burgage in South Bailey by Mr Christopher Hopper and family to Revd Edward Parker, with two copies of a fine of 9 December 1794, and an attested copy of the lease and release marriage settlement of Mrs Catherine Norris widow and Mary Norris spinster to Nathaniel Green gent and Richard Hopper surgeon of 2 February 1767.

UND/F4/C2/C8/12   29 April 1805
Assignment of part of a leasehold stable in South Bailey by Christopher Hopper and family to Revd Edward Parker.

UND/F4/C2/C8/13-14   4 May 1808
Lease of the Guildhall burgage in South Bailey by the churchwardens of Durham St Mary the less to Revd Edward Parker, 2 copies.

UND/F4/C2/C8/15-22   27 & 28 April 1810
Lease and release of [5] South Bailey and assignment of a leasehold stable in South Bailey by Revd Thomas Hayes and Revd Dickens Haslewood to James Hammett esq, with an abstract, and two abstracts of title, attested copies of the wills of Revd Edward Parker and Mrs Jane Parker (appointing Thomas Hayes and DIckens Haslewood as trustees).

UND/F4/C2/C8/23-30   5 & 6 April 1815
Lease and release of [5] South Bailey and assignment of a leasehold stable in South Bailey by James Hammett esq to Mr Martin Dunn, with articles of agreement. and redempton of land tax papers.

UND/F4/C2/C8/31-32   16 & 17 May 1822
Lease and release of [5] South Bailey and assignment of a leasehold stable in South Bailey in trust by Mrs Jane Dunn widow of Martin Dunn to Messrs John Dunn and Henry Donkin.

UND/F4/C2/C8/33   18 May 1822
Marriage settlement of Revd James Blackburn and Mrs Jane Dunn to Messrs John Dunn and Henry Donkin.

UND/F4/C2/C8/34-36   12 August 1853
Conveyance of [5] South Bailey (12 x 6 yards) and assignment of leasehold premises in South Bailey by Mrs Jane Blackburn to Thomas Marsden esq, with auction particulars for 5 South Bailey and an abstract of title.

UND/F4/C2/C8/37-41   13 August 1906
Conveyance of 5 South Bailey by Francis E. Joblin esq and Charles E. Cadle gent to Mrs Amy H. Blyth widow, with particulars and conditions, an abstract of title, a High Court Order and an Estate Duty certificate.

UND/F4/C2/C8/42-49   17 February 1948
Conveyance of 5 South Bailey by the personal representatives of Mrs Amy R. Blyth deceased to St John's Hall Ltd, with related documents including an abstract of the probate of the will and codicil of Mrs Blyth and a list of documents.

UND/F4/C2/C9/1   21 May 1869
Conveyance of 6 South Bailey by Thomas L. Watkin doctor of medicine to John Dunn esq.

UND/F4/C2/C9/2   22 July 1869
Mortgage of 6 South Bailey by John Dunn esq to Mrs Sophia Dunn widow.

UND/F4/C2/C9/3-6   17 February 1871
Mortgage of [6] South Bailey by John Dunn esq to William B. Ferguson wine merchant, with an abstract of title, and its reconveyance 3 November 1873, also with an abstract of title.

UND/F4/C2/C9/7   6 May 1876
Conveyance of 6 South Bailey by John Dunn esq to Thomas Maddison the younger esq.

UND/F4/C2/C9/8   20 June 1884
Conveyance of a parcel of land 12 feet by 30 feet with a stable in the South Bailey by Thomas Maddison esq jr to Mrs Georgiana L. Chambers.

UND/F4/C2/C9/9   25 October 1884
Declaration of trust of a parcel of land and stable by Mrs Georgina L. Chambers to her brother Thomas C. Marsden esq.

UND/F4/C2/C9/10-11   18 October 1919
Conveyance of 6 South Bailey by William G. Maddison esq and Revd William Maddison to Revd Richard D. Budworth, with a fire insurance policy.

UND/F4/C2/C9/12-16   5 May 1939
Conveyance of 6 South Bailey by Revd David P.D. Budworth and Eustace H. North retired schoolmaster to St John's Hall Ltd, with an abstract of title, a schedule of deeds and a Land Charges search.

UND/F4/C2/C10   1 October 1944
Photocopy conveyance of 7 South Bailey by the personal reperesentatives of the late Miss Frances A.G. Tristram to St John's Hall Ltd.

UND/F4/C2/C11   1965 - 1998
16 Briardene, acquired by St John's College 21 October 1996, deeds and related papers, including plans and a conveyance of the site by the dean and chapter of Durham to Mr and Mrs H.R. Messom 11 October 1977.

UND/F4/C2/C12   19 September 1995
Lease of St Margaret's Garth by St John's College to the National Council of Young Men's Christian Associations.

Legal Papers
Reference: UND/F4/C2/D
Buildings Files
Reference: UND/F4/C2/E
Buildings Files - Chapel
Reference: UND/F4/C2/EA
UND/F4/C2/EA1   [?2001]
Excavations at the Church of St Mary-the-Less Durham City 2000/2001, by Norman Emery

The preliminary report is in: Durham Cathedral Library, ChapterLibP/L 913.42014 EME.
Riverbanks
Reference: UND/F4/C2/EB
UND/F4/C2/EB1-5   1998 - 2008
Riverbanks project documents:
1. Correspondence and draft Heritage Lottery Fund application 1998-2000.
2. Riverbanks Management Plan Draft, March 2000.
3. Riverbanks Management Plan, March 2002.
4. Riverbanks Gardens Conservation Management Plan, November 2004.
5. Memorandum of Understanding relating to the Durham Riverbanks Gardens, 24 September 2008.

Chaplain and Chapel
Reference: UND/F4/C4 For earlier records for the parish church of St Mary the less, (including registers of marriages to 1964), see DCRO EP/Du.ML.

Registers
Reference: UND/F4/C4/A
UND/F4/C4/A1   12 October 1962 - 22 June 1975
Chapel service register
The first page records that the chapel was dedicated by the bishop of Durham on 12 October 1962; signed by those present.

UND/F4/C4/A2   8 October 1969 - 5 June 1992
Chapel service register for the chapel of Cranmer Hall and St John's Hall.

UND/F4/C4/A3   1933 - 2014
Service papers:
Mission in St Mary-le-Bow, 20-24 February 1933.
Advent Carol Service, signed, 10 December 1965.
Readings and Music on the Passion, 17 March 1966.
Advent Carol Service, [December] 1966.
Licensing and commissioning of Revd Dr Steven Croft as warden of Cranmer Hall, 7 November 1996, annotated
Advent Carol Service in Durham Cathedral, 14 December 2004.
College Communion with the licensing of Revd Canon Anne Dyer as Warden of Cranmer Hall, 18 January 2005, with a prayer card
Holy Communion and Confirmation of Sophia Jane Popham, 31 May 2005.
Jazz Eucharist, 7 June [2005].
Valedictory Service in Durham Cathedral, 14 June 2005.
Evensong for the College Reunion and re-dedication of bells, 10 September 2005.
Evensong 29 May 2013, 26 February & 14 May 2014.
Thanksgiving for the work and ministry of the Wesley Study Centre in Elvet Mehtodist Church, 17 June 2014.

Service papers for college services in the cathedral can be found in the cathedral's archive: DCD/C/H.
UND/F4/C4/A4   Michaelmas 1979
Chapel card

Faculties
Reference: UND/F4/C4/B
UND/F4/C4/B1   8 August 1919
Faculty authorising the use of the church of St Mary the less as the chapel of St John's College for 50 years, as it had already been so used since 1909, with two drafts.

UND/F4/C4/B2   10 November 1927
Faculty to vary the terms of a faculty as to the use of the church of St Mary the less as a college chapel, extending the term from 50 years to as long as St John's remains a college, with two drafts and a letter.

UND/F4/C4/B3   27 April 1935
Copy undertaking pursuant to a faculty of 14 March 1935 for the sale of certain sets of communion plate belong to St Mary the less.

UND/F4/C4/B4   June - July 1947
Correspondence between the principal and the Diocesan Registry re a possible faculty for interring cremated remains in the college chapel.

UND/F4/C4/B5   23 April & 29 June1948
Declaration of the Parochial Church Council of St Mary the less consenting to the proposed erection of an organ gallery, as long as the font was preserved, with a letter about a faculty for re-seating the church.

UND/F4/C4/B6   6 July 1953
Faculty for erecting a brass memorial tablet for William Granville Maddison (1879-1953), with correspondence March-July 1953.

UND/F4/C4/B7   14 September 1998 & 2000
“Initial Estimate for the Reordering of the Church of St Mary the Less”, by Jane Kennedy of Purcell Miller Tritton & Partners, with an appeal brochure Summer 2000.

UND/F4/C4/B8   November 1998 - September 2001
Certificate for the interment, authorised by faculty, of the remains of Revd Michael Vasey (1946-1998) and the placement of a memorial stone in the graveyard, with correspondence, obituaries, a thanksgiving eucharist service paper at St Stephen's Rochester Row London with Colin Buchanan's address, and legal papers for the administration of his estate including his will and estate accounts.

UND/F4/C4/B9   March 2004 - December 2005
Faculty (27 June 2005) for rehanging two bells, with associated petition, correspondence, schedule and description of works carried out.

Correspondence
Reference: UND/F4/C4/C
Printed
Reference: UND/F4/C4/D
UND/F4/C4/D1   2006
Printed music of songs for single voice composed by Eric Rees:
The Bargain, words by Sir Philip Sidney, (Corinium Music, 2006)
Fairy Song, words by Phyllis Thomas, (Corinium Music, 2006)
Autumn Song, words by Eric Rees, (Corinium Music, 2006)

Development and Alumni Office
Reference: UND/F4/C5
UND/F4/C5/1    November 1995
“Up and Down the City Walls, In and Out the Bailey! A light-hearted celebration of Old Durham ...” performance in the cathedral 25 November 1995 for the development campaign: scripts, posters, drawings, cast and guest lists, and some correspondence.

UND/F4/C5/2   2004
College Record, material collected:
“Seventy-Five Years On” by Canon G.T. Chappell (1929)

UND/F4/C5/3   5 October 2012
Haughton Orangery and Dining Room opening, brochure and invite.

UND/F4/C5/4   September 1973
St John's College Durham Development Appeal brochure

UND/F4/C5/5   1978
Support and Development Fund (launched October 1977), memoranda, circulars and correspondence re its setting up and objectives, including also “News & Prayer Bulletin No.1” and a brochure on supporting the college.

Archivist
Reference: UND/F4/C6
UND/F4/C6/1   27 February 2003
“The College Archives” leaflet outlining the work done since July 2002 and to be done on developing the college's archive, [by Gillian Stewart].

Cranmer Hall Administration
Reference: UND/F4/C7
UND/F4/C7/1   1969 - [1978]
Diploma in Pastoral Theology and Practical Theology Programme, proposals, correspondence, syllabuses and annual outlines.

UND/F4/C7/2   April 1973
“Call to the North”, programme and correspondence re a team from St John's answering the archbishop of York's call, by a visit to the parish of Sale St Mary.

Academic
Reference: UND/F4/D
UND/F4/D1   2004 - 2010
Lecture posters:
Borderlands, “Justice: A Personal and Communal Challenge”, [Cherie Booth], 4 February 2004, with a dinner menu, newspaper cutting and letter from Booth.
Borderlands, “Rembrandt and the Dutch Golden Age”, art, music and poetry, 3 March [2004]
“Where shall wisdom be found?”, reading from the Book of Job, 4 March 2004, programme
“Left Behind, Frozen or Fried?”, David Wilkinson, 17 November 2004.
Borderlands, “Christian Muslim Relations”, Archbishop Josiah Idowu-Fearon, 16 February 2005.
Northern Launch and Discussion of Jubilee Maifesto, 9 May 2005, with a letter from Michael Schluter.
Borderlands, “Our place in the Universe”, John Barrow, 26 February 2007.
“Can A Scientist Believe in Miracles?” conference, with Christians in Science, 8 March 2008.
Borderlands, “Leadership in Turbulent Times”, Richard Dannatt, 12 May 2010.

UND/F4/D2   1962 - 1979
Lists of students, some detailing course, room number and year arrived, some also listing tutor, some for the college and some for just Cranmer's Hall or St John's Hall; room lists listing room numbers and occupants; tutorial lists, listing tutors and their students; mission lists detailing missions studnets have been sent on.

UND/F4/D3   [Michaelmas 1964 - Michaelmas 2010]
Admissions Register, recording by year and term the date of birth, signature (from 1979 name and signature) and faculty of the student; some entries ar eincomplete and some have notes of deaths, withdrawals, transfers and courses. Printed, affixed and inserted are the oath of conformity.

Clubs, Societies and Associations
Reference: UND/F4/E
Old Johnians/St John's Society
Reference: UND/F4/E1 An association of Old Johnians in the dioceses of Durham and Newcastle was set up in September 1944. The St John's Society was founded in July 1979 to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of the college. Its purpose was to maintain contact with past members and to sustain an interest in the life and well-being of the college. The Society's officers include the president (usually the college principal), the chairman, secretary and treasurer.

UND/F4/E1/A1   8 September 1944 - 22 March 1949
Old Johnians minute book
Inserted:
Front, letter from H.S. Wilkinson about the presentation of a portrait to the principal 20 January 1945 with 3 copies of the programme for the 18 November 1949 meeting
p.8 Letter from the incoming principal R.R. Williams about Old Johnians' meetings 12 February 1945
p.19 Blotter of Ford Clarke, chimney builders, of Middlesborough
Language:  English
Paper book   266p., only p.1-19 used
UND/F4/E1/D1   1928 - 1934
The Old Johnian, articles and news of the college and its former members. Its production ended with WW2. Issues present:
New Issue No.3, December 1928
New Issue No.4, December 1929
New Issue No.9, December 1934

Formerly: E3:15, 16 and 20; also Per Local STJ
UND/F4/E1/D2   1947 - 1962
The Durham Johnian, a revival after WW2 in January 1947 of The Old Johnian but with the intention of providing more news of current college members; it also includes some adverts. It had Durham added to the title to distinguish it from The Johnian produced by St John's College Highbury. Produced annually in January, except that the 1958 volume, though dated January, actually appeared in July and the next volume again appeared 18 month's later, in January 1960. Issues for 1947, 1948 and 1958 are photocopies.

Formerly: Per Local STJ
UND/F4/E1/D3   1982 - 1987
FIDES The journal of the St John's Society: 1982, 1983, 1986/7, 1987/8 (1982 was not the first issue)

Formerly: Per Local FID
UND/F4/E1/D4   1983 - 1991
Ember List, comprising pictures and statements about their time before at and after St John's by those [leaving], for 1983, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991.

UND/F4/E1/D5   1988 - 2007
Alumni newsletters:
Graduate News and John's Hall Leavers List 1988
Spring Update May 2002
Johnian News Summer 2004, Summer 2005, Summer 2006, Summer 2007

Cranmer Hall JCR
Reference: UND/F4/E2
UND/F4/E2/A1   31 October 1957 - 22 January 1968
Cramner Hall JCR minute book, noted as presented by Nial Meredith and Ronald G. Smith, first president and secretary.
With a copy engraving of St Mary the less churchyard and the St John's South Bailey frontage beyond by Owen Rees, 1984, inserted.

UND/F4/E2/A2   11 March 1968 - 14 March 1975
Cranmner Hall JCR minute book,
with some annual accounts inserted.
Some of the minutes are manuscript, others are typescript and sellotaped in.

Debating/Literary and Debating Society
Reference: UND/F4/E3 The college had a Debating Society by Michaelmas Term 1931. This “deplored the lack of literary interest in the College” at an extraordinary meeting on 2 May 1932, and so reinvented itself as the Literary and Debating Society.

UND/F4/E3/A1   26 October 1931 - 16 February 1934
Debating/Literary and Debating Society minute book, detailing lectures and debates, with term cards inserted.

Formerly numbered: 9021:4.
UND/F4/E3/A1   2 March 1934 - 21 May 1937
Literary and Debating Society minute book, detailing lectures and debates, with term cards inserted, and, at the back, “Hints to Secretaries”.

Formerly numbered: 9021:3.
UND/F4/E3/A2   28 May 1937 - 21 November 1939
Literary and Debating Society minute book, detailing lectures and debates, with term cards inserted, and, at the back, “Hints to Secretaries”.

Formerly numbered: 9021:5.
UND/F4/E3/D1   1954 - 1955
Visitors' Night debates invites:
“A Man is What He Knows”, 2 February 1954;
“The House Deplores the Number of Foreigners on the Continent”, 31 January 1955.

UND/F4/E3/D2   Michaelmas 1930
Debating Society term card, detailing officers and debates

Senior Common Room
Reference: UND/F4/E4
UND/F4/E4/C1   1974 - 1979
Members list April 1975; chairman's remarks 1975 and 1976; constitution; report on expansion proposals by D.R. Etchells 27 February 1979; committee meeting minutes 22 May 1974 and 17 January 1975.

UND/F4/E4/D1   21 June 1986 - 26 November 2004
Notices of events:
Auction in the Haughton Dining Room, with all proceeds going to the Development Campaign, 21 June 1986.
“Apologetics in a Multi Faith Society”, David Wilkinson, 26 November 2004

UND/F4/E4/D2   2003
SCR year card, detailing facilities, dates, contacts and chapel services.

Concerts Society
Reference: UND/F4/E5
UND/F4/E5/D1   1973 - 1976
Concert programmes:
Alberni String Quartet, Durham Castle, 4 March 1973.
Peter Katin (piano), Durham Castle, 17 June 1973.
Andre Tchaikowsky (piano), Durham Town Hall, 8 February 1976.
Ian Partridge (tenor) & Jennifer Partridge (piano), Durham Town Hall, 2 May 1976.

Junior Common Room
Reference: UND/F4/E6
UND/F4/E6/AB1   March 1912 - December 1949
Colours register, recording colours (full and half) awarded, signed by the captain, for rowing Senate, Graduates and Trial Fours, cricket, tennis, rugby football, association football, hockey, athletics, fives, and swimming, and also palatinates and half-palatinates awarded to college members.

Formerly numbered: 9021:7.
UND/F4/E6/AB2   13 December 1933 - 27 June 1957
Colours committee minute book, mainly recording colours (full and half) awarded.

Formerly numbered: 9021:6.
UND/F4/E6/AC1   22 October 1931 - 6 May 1967
JCR Finance Committee minute book covering expenditure on clubs and societies.

Formerly numbered: 9021:2.
UND/F4/E6/B1   1 October 1957 - 12 May 1973
JCR account book, detailing receipts and expenditure.

Formerly numbered: 9021:1.
UND/F4/E6/C1   28 February 2011
Formal Hall menu, with grace and notes on etiquette required.

UND/F4/E6/C2   2004
“A Johnian Carol”, draft script for the JCR panto

UND/F4/E6/D1   2012
Freshers Handbook

UND/F4/E6/D2   2011
JCR Handbook

UND/F4/E6/D3   2011 - 2012
JCR events printed ephemera:
Bailey Ball 11 November 2011, ticket
JCR Charity Fashion Show [c?2012], programme
Summer Ball (Beamish Hall) 19 June 2012, ticket

UND/F4/E6/D4   [2013]
Posters for other events in college, including policitial hustings, senior tutors forum, Fairtrade cake stall, Connect2.

Boat Club
Reference: UND/F4/E7
UND/F4/E7/D1   2011
“An Encyclopaedia of Coxing for St John's College Boat Club”, (2nd edition), by I-Hsien Porter, with additional material by Benedict Douglas and Peter Brown

Chapel Choir
Reference: UND/F4/E8
UND/F4/E8/D1   August 2010
Score and recording of Cecilia McDowall's “Jesu, the very thought of Thee”, commissioned by Bishop Stephen Sykes, and first performed by the chapel choir, with notes from Stephen Sykes.

Drama Society
Reference: UND/F4/E9
UND/F4/E9/D1   [2012]
Programmes and tickets for performances:
Much Ado About Nothing, 18 June [2012], programme

Croquet Club
Reference: UND/F4/E10
UND/F4/E10/A1   2001
Annual report on the club's 30th anniversary year by David J. Spens, captain

Photographs
Reference: UND/F4/F
College Groups
Reference: UND/F4/FA
UND/F4/FA1910   [?March] 1910
Hall group, outside, in suits and gowns, by John R. Edis, identified: C.C. Redgrave, N.A. Walton, A.G. Ozanne, B. Loney, W.J. McIntosh, C.B. Vaughan, J.R. WIlson, Dr D.D. Walker (chaplain), Rev S.N. Rostron (principal), J.H. Wadsworth (tutor), G.D. Long.

Size: 150 x 200mm (print), 245 x 300mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: 19; A1:1.
UND/F4/FA1918   1918
Hall group, in front of an ivy-covered wall, in suits/clerical dress and gowns, unidentified except for Reginald Chalmers (with some career details).

Size: 200 x 300mm (print), 290 x 380mm (mount)
Presented by Robert Chalmers, August 1987.
Formerly numbered: 6; 46.
UND/F4/FA1919   [June] 1919
College group, in front of a building, in jackets and ties, by John R. Edis, unidentified.

Size: 195 x 295mm (print), 310 x 440mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: A1; A1:8.
UND/F4/FA1920   [June] 1920
College group, in front of a building, in jackets, ties and gowns, by John R. Edis, unidentified.

Size: 195 x 295mm (print), 310 x 430mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: 3; 10; A1:9.
UND/F4/FA1927   [June] 1927
College group, in front of a building, in jackets, ties and gowns, unidentified.

Size: 155 x 200mm (print), 250 x 305mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: A1:11.
UND/F4/FA1928   [June] 1928
College group, in front of a building, in suits, ties and gowns, by John R. Edis, unidentified except, on the dorse, Rev A. Burfield and Rev A. Williams.

Size: 185 x 285mm (print), 310 x 440mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: 12; A1:12.
UND/F4/FA1930G   [?June 1930]
?Graduates, 25 men in academic dress with ?Principal Wallis, outside, by Fillinghams

Size: 110 x 150mm
Found with other photos of Stephen Walker (BA 1930) (UND/F4/H4).
UND/F4/FA1934   [June] 1934
College group, in front of a building, in jackets and ties, by John R. Edis, unidentified. 2 copies.

Size: 190 x 290mm (print), 310 x 440mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: 53.
UND/F4/FA1934G   June 1934
College graduates, outside in the garden, in black tie and academic dress, unidentified.

Size: 155 x 205mm (print), 280 x 380mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: A1:53.
UND/F4/FA1939   [June] 1939
College group, in front of a building, in jackets, ties and gowns, by John R. Edis, unidentified.

Size: 190 x 290mm (print), 310 x 440mm (mount)
UND/F4/FA1946   [June] 1946
College group, in front of a building, in jackets, ties and gowns, by John R. Edis, unidentified.

Size: 190 x 290mm (print), 310 x 440mm (mount)
UND/F4/FA1949   [June] 1949
College group, in the garden, in jackets, ties and gowns, by John R. Edis, unidentified.

Size: 200 x 365mm (print), 330 x 480mm (mount)
UND/F4/FA1958   [June] 1958
College group, in the garden, in jackets, ties and gowns, by John R. Edis, unidentified.

Size: 200 x 365mm (print), 320 x 480mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: 5; 3973/6.
UND/F4/FA1962   [June] 1962
College group, in the garden, in jackets, ties and gowns, with a crocodile/alligator, by John R. Edis, unidentified.

Size: 205 x 370mm (print), 310 x 480mm (mount)
UND/F4/FA1963   18 April 1963
College group, in the garden, in jackets, ties and gowns, with a crocodile/alligator on a plinth, by John R. Edis, unidentified.

Size: 205 x 370mm (print), 310 x 480mm (mount)
UND/F4/FA1964   [June] 1964
College group, in the garden, in jackets, ties and gowns, with a crocodile/alligator on a bench with gown and scarf, by John R. Edis, unidentified.

Size: 160 x 370mm (print), 255 x 490mm (mount)
UND/F4/FA1965   [June] 1965
College group, in the garden, in jackets, ties and gowns, with a crocodile/alligator on a bench with scarf, by Fillinghams, unidentified.

Size: 200 x 350mm (print), 320 x 480mm (mount)
UND/F4/FA1966   [June] 1966
College group, in the garden, in jackets, ties and gowns, by Fillinghams, unidentified. 2 copies.

Size: 205 x 355mm (print), 320 x 480mm (mount)
UND/F4/FA1967   [June] 1967
College group, in the garden, in jackets, ties and gowns, by Fillinghams, unidentified.

Size: 205 x 370mm
Formerly numbered: P004; 111:13.
UND/F4/FA1968   [June] 1968
College group, in the garden, in jackets, ties and gowns, by Fillinghams, unidentified.

Size: 205 x 355mm (print), 320 x 480mm (mount)
UND/F4/FA1969   [June] 1969
College group, in the garden, in jackets, ties and gowns, by Fillinghams, unidentified.

Size: 210 x 370mm
Formerly numbered: P005; 111:8.
UND/F4/FA1970   May 1970
College group, in the garden, in jackets, ties and gowns, unidentified.

Size: 210 x 370mm
Formerly numbered: P002; 111:9.
UND/F4/FA1971   May 1971
College group, in the garden, in jackets, ties and gowns, by Fillinghams, staff and senior men identified on the dorse: Rev J. Briggs tutor, Rev J.W. Gladwin tutor, Rev R. Hay tutor, Rev R.E. Nixon senior tutor, Rev J.C.P. Cockerton principal, Rev T.E. Yates Cranmer warden, Rev B.N. Kaye tutor, Miss R.E. Wintle tutor, I.T. Marsh senior man, D.J. Dredge Cranmer common room president.

Size: 210 x 370mm
Formerly numbered: 111:7.
UND/F4/FA1972   23 May 1972
College group, in the garden, in mostly jackets, ties and gowns, by Fillinghams, unidentified.

Size: 230 x 380mm
Formerly numbered: 111:16.
UND/F4/FA1973   [May] 1973
College group, in the garden, in mostly jackets, ties and gowns, [by Fillinghams], unidentified.

Size: 205 x 370mm
Formerly numbered: 111:12.
UND/F4/FA1979   [May] 1979
College group, in the garden, in varying dress, most with gowns, some full academic, by Turners (Photography) Ltd of Newcastle, unidentified.

Size: 235 x 300mm
Formerly numbered: 111:3; 82:81.
UND/F4/FA1980   [?May c.1980]
College group, in the garden, in varying dress, most with gowns, some full academic, by Turners (Photography) Ltd of Newcastle, unidentified.

Size: 235 x 300mm
Formerly numbered: 111:2; 68813D.
UND/F4/FA1981   June 1981
College group, in the garden, in varying dress, some gowns, all identified separately.

Size: 200 x 255mm
Formerly numbered: A1:21.
UND/F4/FA1982   [June] 1982
College group, in th egarden, in varying dress, many in gowns, by Turners of Newcastle, unidentified.

Size: 200 x 250mm
UND/F4/FA1987   [21 May] 1987
College group, in the garden, in jackets, ties and gowns, by Fillinghams, unidentified, 2 different images.

Size: 220 x 375mm (print), 290 x 460mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: 20; A32; A1:59; A1:46.
UND/F4/FA1988   10 June 1988
College group, in the garden, in jackets, ties and gowns, with 4 young children, by Fillinghams, unidentified.

Size: 210 x 380mm
Formerly numbered: A37; B1043.
UND/F4/FA1989   [June] 1989
College group, in the garden, in jackets, ties and gowns, by Fillinghams, unidentified.

Size: 210 x 365mm (print), 320 x 470mm (mount)
UND/F4/FA1990   [June] 1990
College group, in the garden, in jackets and ties, unidentified.

Size: 210 x 375mm (print), 310 x 470mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: A36 and A1:55
UND/F4/FA1991   [June 1991x1992]
College group, in the garden, in jackets, ties and some gowns, unidentified and undated but tempore Thistleton as principal.

Size: 215 x 380mm
Formerly numbered: 108:1.
UND/F4/FA1993   [June] 1993
College group, inside in the hall, in jackets, ties and gowns, unidentified.

Size: 205 x 305mm (print), 305 x 405mm (mount)
UND/F4/FA1994   [June] 1994
College group, in the garden, in jackets, ties and gowns, unidentified.

Size: 205 x 410mm (print), 305 x 460mm (mount)
UND/F4/FA1995   [June] 1995
College group, in the garden, in jackets, ties and gowns, unidentified.

Size: 205 x 410mm (print), 305 x 460mm (mount)
UND/F4/FA1996   [June] 1996
College group, in the garden, in jackets, ties and gowns, unidentified.

Size: 185 x 385mm (print), 305 x 455mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: 107:1.
UND/F4/FA1997   [June] 1997
College group, in the garden, in jackets, ties and gowns, unidentified.

Size: 205 x 410mm (print), 305 x 460mm (mount)
Cranmer Hall Groups
Reference: UND/F4/FB
UND/F4/FB1958   [June] 1958
Cranmer Hall group, outside, in jackets, ties and gowns, by John R. Edis, unidentified.

Size: 190 x 290mm (print), 310 x 445mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: 14; A1:14.
UND/F4/FB1960   [June] 1960
Cranmer Hall group, outside, in jackets, ties and gowns, by John R. Edis, unidentified.

Size: 190 x 290mm (print), 310 x 445mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: 52
UND/F4/FB1966   [June] 1966
Cranmer Hall group, outside, in jackets, ties and gowns, unidentified.

Size: 205 x 355mm (print), 310 x 445mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: 4; A1:15.
UND/F4/FB1969   [June] 1969
Cranmer Hall group, outside, in jackets, ties and gowns/academic dress, by Fillinghams, mostly identified on a separate sheet.

Size: 210 x 370mm
Formerly numbered: 111:4
UND/F4/FB1970   [June] 1970
Cranmer Hall group, outside, in jackets, ties and gowns/academic dress, unidentified.

Size: 210 x 370mm
Formerly numbered: P006.
UND/F4/FB1971   May 1971
Cranmer Hall group, outside, in jackets, ties and gowns/academic dress, by Fillinghams, unidentified.

Size: 210 x 370mm
Formerly numbered: 111:14.
UND/F4/FB1972   23 May 1972
Cranmer Hall group, outside, in jackets, ties and gowns, by Fillinghams, unidentified, 2 different images.

Size: 205 x 355mm (print), 315 x 480mm (mount)
Formerly numbered respectively: A1:17; 111:10.
UND/F4/FB1982   May 1982
Cranmer Hall group, outside, in varying dress with some gowns, 2 children, unidentified.

Size: 200 x 250mm
Formerly numbered: A1:23.
UND/F4/FB1987   [June] 1987
Cranmer Hall group, outside, in jackets and ties, by Fillinghams, unidentified, 2 different images.

Size: 215 x 375mm (print), 305 x 430mm (mount)
Formerly numbered. A: 19; 9; A1:35. B: 71(cc); A1:45.
UND/F4/FB1994   [June] 1994
Cranmer Hall group, outside, in jackets and ties, unidentified.

Size: 205 x 300mm (print), 300 x 405mm (mount)
UND/F4/FB1995   [June] 1995
Cranmer Hall group, outside, in jackets and ties, unidentified.

Size: 200 x 285mm (print), 300 x 405mm (mount)
UND/F4/FB1996   [June] 1996
Cranmer Hall group, outside, in jackets and ties, by Penguin Photography of Derby, unidentified.

Size: 175 x 265mm (print), 305 x 405mm (mount)
UND/F4/FB1997   [June] 1997
Cranmer Hall group, outside, in casual dress, unidentified.

Size: 205 x 395mm (print), 305 x 405mm (mount)
Formerly numbered:
St John's Hall Groups
Reference: UND/F4/FC
UND/F4/FC1969   [June] 1969
St John's Hall group, outside, in jackets, ties and gowns, by Fillinghams, unidentified.

Size: 210 x 365mm
Formerly numbered: P003.
UND/F4/FC1970   [June] 1970
St John's Hall group, outside, in jackets, ties and gowns, by Fillinghams, unidentified.

Size: 210 x 365mm
Formerly numbered: P001; 111:6.
UND/F4/FC1974   [May] 1974
St John's Hall group, outside, in varying dress and gowns, by Turners (Photography) Ltd of Newcastle, unidentified.

Size: 200 x 250mm
Formerly numbered: 63070E; 117:3.
UND/F4/FC1982   May 1982
St John's Hall group, outside, in varying dress with gowns, unidentified, by Turner's of Newcastle.

Size: 200 x 250mm
Formerly numbered: A1:22.
Hockey
Reference: UND/F4/FD
UND/F4/FD1987   [March] 1987
Mens Hockey team, outside, in shirts, shorts, socks, trainers, with sticks, identified: S. Andrews, P. Todd, J. Steven, D. Barber, T. Rose, I. Hoffmann de Visme, J. Chaffey, N. Warren, R. Sanders, S. Vincent (capt), H. Bearn, A. Dunnett.

Size: 130 x 200mm (print), 255 x 305mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: 117:1.
UND/F4/FD1988   [March] 1988
Mens Hockey team, intercollegiate trophy finalists, outside in the garden, in shirts, shorts, socks and boots, with sticks, by Fillinghams, identified: A.M. Sherlock, J.B.A. Jenkins, D.E.O. Barber, M.R.S. Smith (umpire), L.I.G. Williams, R.D.S. Sanders, J.C. Dawes, A.O. Dodd, N.J. Warren, A.P. Dunnett, H.W. Beam (Capt), S.J. Andrews, C.V. Cooke, S.R. Langford.
2 different images.

Size: 225 x 370mm (print), 320 x 480mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: A3:43.
UND/F4/FD1995   [March] 1995
Men's Hockey Club, league runners-up and Amsterdam tourists, in front of the Castle Great Hall entrance, in shirts, shorts, socks, and boots with sticks, by Fillinghams, identified: T. Smith, J. Albery, A. Parker, S. Holburn, A. Crich, G. Taylor, R. Kent, R. Sanchez, C. Mair, C. Hardy, A. Ouziel, E. Birley, P. Ruffle.

Size: 220 x 375mm (print), 315 x 470mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: 18; A3:1.
UND/F4/FD1999   [June] 1999
Men's Hockey Team, outside in the garden, in shirts, shorts, socks, and boots with sticks, by The Ian Middlemass Partnership, identified: Pete Taylor, James Partington, Robin Swithinbank, Richard Fair, Daniel Cowley, Bez Barber, Andy Wolfe, Ben Moralee, Zafar Baig (capt), Tim Sanders, Adam Ewart.

Size: 240 x 270mm (print), 360 x 350mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: 27.
Cricket
Reference: UND/F4/FE
UND/F4/FE1913   1913
Cricket Club, outside [a pavilion], in whites and sweaters/blazers.

Size: 70 x 95mm (print), 125 x 150mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: B24; A3:33.
UND/F4/FE1972   [June] 1972
Cricket Club, outside in front of a brick wall, in whites with some sweaters, identified: J.E.D. Cave (Hon Sec), A.N. Bulmer, D.J. Durnford, J.A. Bradshaw, C.P. Edmundson, M.I. Weeks, S.D. Scott, J.P. Stigant, J.D. Lees, J.R. Holdrige, C.L.D. Beales, M.S. Hatton (capt), R.E.T. Nichol, C.M. Spencer, J.E. Sharpe.

Size: 205 x 355mm (print), 320 x 470mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: B7; A3:17.
Football
Reference: UND/F4/FF
UND/F4/FF1972   [June] 1972
Soccer Club, outside in front of a brick wall, in shirts, shorts, socks and boots, with a ball, identified: C.L.D. Beales, A.E. Norris, D.J. Dunford, T.A. Daniel, N. Priddey, R.G. Cocker, W. Worley, A.D. Macdonald, W.P.B. Medlock (capt), D.N. Wolverson (sec), A.E. Atherton, D.P. Little.

Size: 205 x 355mm (print), 320 x 470mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: A3:18.
Boat Club
Reference: UND/F4/FG
UND/F4/FG1913   [June] 1913
DUBC and Edinburgh University BC 1st IVs, in blazers, scarves/ties, white trousers, in Durham Castle garden, by John Edis, identified: J. Urquhart (Edin coach), D.E. Ince (Dur 2), J.R.P. Sclater (Edin coach), H.P.W. White (Edin bow), E.V. Stocks (Dur coach), A.M.C. MacLachlain (Edin str), Dr W.D. Lowe (Dur coach), D.H.S. Mould (Dur bow), J.F. van der Westhuijzen (Edin 2), A.A. Macfarlane Grieve president (Dur str), E. Chalker (Edin 3), R.F. Gunn (Dur 3), J.M. Verster (Edin cox), H. Ganderton (Dur cox).

Size: 240 x 290mm (print), 375 x 420mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: Ganderton's; 5; 18; A3:19.
Another copy: MIA 1/169.
UND/F4/FG1920   [June] 1920
DUBC and Edinburgh University BC 1st IVs, in blazers, scarves/ties, white trousers, in Durham Castle garden, by John Edis, identified: W.D. Lowe (Dur coach), J.E. Whincup (Dur bow), J.E. McCracken (Edin 3), R.T.F. Grace (Edin 2), S.G. Caulton (Dur 3), G.R.A. Armstrong esq (Edin coach), J.N. Ellwood (Dur str), A.M. MacLachlainn (Edin bow), L.C.K. Wyatt (Dur 2), J.S. McBeth (Edin str), C.E.V. Horne (Edin cox), H.Y. Ganderton (Dur cox).

Size: 245 x 290mm (print), 375 x 395mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: Ganderton's; 8; 13; A1:10.
Other copies: MIA 2/170.
UND/F4/FG1936   1936
Boat Club Lowe Pairs [winners], in whites, blazers and scarves, outisde, with the trophy and tankards on a table, by John R. Edis, identified: Lt-Col A.A. Macfarlane Grieve of DUBC coach, M. Gregory president of DUBC (stroke), J. Atkinson capt of boats (bow).

Size: 200 x 150mm (print), 355 x 280mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: A3:14; 78.
UND/F4/FG1940   1940
Boat Club, outside, in whites, blazers and ties/scarves, by John R. Edis, identified: D.R. Michell, E.J. Tinsley, E.P.F. Stubbs, T. Barnes, C.L. Walters, K.C. Cadman, A.C. Reid (Hon Sec Easter Term), J.K. Milburn (Capt of Boats), J.S. Nicholson (Hon Sec Epiphany Term), H. Bell, L.C. Lowther, E.W. Taylor.

Size: 155 x 210mm (print), 250 x 300mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: A3:7.
UND/F4/FG1949A   [June] 1949
Boat Club, [those who won the] Lowe Challenge Bowl at Durham regatta 1949 and the John E. Gibbs Challenge Cup at York Regatta 1949, mostly in SJBC blazers, trousers and ties, outside, with the two trophies and individual cups and tankards, by John R. Edis: J.H. Armstrong (DUBC, Str), F.J. Hoyle (DUBC vice-pres, 3), M.J. Townley (SJBC, Str), L. Heatley (SJBC, Bow), D.H.P. Davey (SJBC, 2), H.R. Darby (DUBC sec, 3), Revd G.K. Pattinson (SJBC, Coach), J.G. Hunter (SJBC, Capt), J.A. Tibbs (DUBC, Cox), T.F. Robinson (SJBC, Cox).

Size: 155 x 205mm (print), 280 x 355mm (mount)
UND/F4/FG1949B   [June] 1949
[Boat Club] John E. Gibbs Challenge Cup York [winners], in SJC blazers, various ties, trousers and shoes, outside, with the trophy and tankards on a table, by John R. Edis, identified: T.F. Robinson (cox), H. Darby (3), M.J. Townley (stroke), L. Heatley (bow), D.H.P. Davey (2), Rev G.K. Pattinson (coach), J.G. Hunter (coach).

Size: 155 x 205mm (print), 280 x 355mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: A3:41.
UND/F4/FG1971   [June] 1971
Boat Club, outside in front of a brick wall, in jakcets and ties and some blazers, with crossed blades, by Fillinghams, identified:A.J. Rees, J.N. Graham, H. Trenchard, C.A. Sindair, D.C. Grieve, P.P. Francis, P.E. Mann, P.A. Roberts, D.M. White, M.E. Williams, E.M. Selwood, E. Jackson, D.S. Hing, D.R. Middleditch, M.H. Pritchard, P.H. Hill, D.J. Boase, R.H. Slatter, M.K. Paul R.M.E. Paterson (capt), E.G. Hopkins (sec), R.H.M. Griffiths, D.J. Dredge, T.H. Sanders.

Size: 210 x 360mm (print), 320 x 460mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: 28; A3:15.
UND/F4/FG1974   [June] 1974
Boat Club 1st IV, outside in front of a brick wall, in blazers/jackets and ties, with crossed blades, and trophies and tankards/goblets for Lancaster University Cup, Major F.B. Cowen Memorial Cup, Admirals and Graduates Cups, Joseph Hall Challenge Cup, R.M. Robson Cup, by Fillinghams, identified: Clive Sincalir (coach), Adrian Sharrott (coach), Anthony |Titley (3), Richard Blackburn (bow), Philip Young (Capt & stroke), Andrew Clark (2), William Stewart (cox).

Size: 210 x 365mm (print), 315 x 475mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: 49.
UND/F4/FG1988A   [June] 1988
Boat Club Men's 1st Senior III IV, outside in the garden, in jackets and ties with trophy and tankards displayed, by Fillinghams, identified: Andrew Dunnet, Jim Chapman 9coach), Florence Wadsworth, Robert Peel, Andrew Priory, Matthew Leeming, Su Wade (cox)

Size: 215 x 365mm (print), 320 x 475mm (mount)
UND/F4/FG1988B   [June] 1988
Boat Club Men's 2nd Senior III IV, outside in the garden, in jackets and ties with 1 boater, holding tankards, by Fillinghams, identified: Peter James, Henry King (coach), Richard De Fleury, Charles Hope, David Kupp, David Pain, Philip Chamberlain (cox).

Size: 215 x 365mm (print), 320 x 475mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: 16.
UND/F4/FG1990   [May 1990]
Boat Club, outside, in mostly jackets and ties/skirts/dresses, with crossed light blue blades, by Fillinghams, unidentified.

Size: 205 x 250mm
Formerly numbered:
UND/F4/FG1993   [June] 1993
Boat Club, outside in the garden, in casual dress, with crossed blades and tankards, by Fillinghams, identified: N. Howes, A. Winter, E. Kiernan, C. Matthews, G. Paul, G. Price, R. Shirley, O. Gibbon, C. Rudd, A. Pedley, A. Waugh, E.-C. Carson, S. Sanchez de Muniain, A. Livesey, F. Mason, P. Benford, R. Adams, L. Connor, P. Sykes, V. Law, K. Clayton, H. Pullen, J. Rutherford, H. Rice, P. Black, E. Robinson, J. Tait, S. Lee, L. Smith, A. McLauchlan, D. Kelloway, M. Seaman, D. Mantella, J. Baines, M. Dixon, E. Feakin, P. Powell-Shedden, M. Masson, A. Greaney (Capt), E. Birley, K. Twigg, J. Chapman, K. Webster, E. Rickman.

Size: 180 x 300mm (print), 295 x 420mm (mount)
UND/F4/FG1997   [May] 1997
Boat Club, outside, some jackets and ties, some gowns, with crossed blue blades, by Penguin Photography of Derby, identified:
Emma Massey, Ellen McCrum, Sally Johnson, Jodie Doyle, Francis Baker, Pete Taylor, James Coleman, Will Coleman, Andrew Williams, Richard Chaffe, Owen Gower, Moira Bacon, Naomi Patterson, Tina Chronopoulos, Helen Gill, Eleanor Leveridge, Rachel Hooper, Janet Ainsworth, Will Fardon, Diana Whelan, Edwin Benninkmeyer, Matthew Wright, Ralph Wlterspacher, James Major, Claire Bessent, Tony Heywood, Elizabeth Stuckey, Craig Broadfoot, Tom Ellis, Kara Wentzwell (boat woman), Emma O'Connor (boat woman), Suzanne Hackenbeck (secretary), James Evans (vice captain), Jonathan Wood (captain), Rebecca Stonehill (social secretary), Fiona McIlroy (treasurer), Allan Williams, Richard Taylor, Ruth Spencer.

Size: 125 x 190mm (print), 210 x 300mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: 5:3; 6:34.
Rugby
Reference: UND/F4/FH
UND/F4/FH1922   1922
Rugby Football Club 1921-22, outside, in blazers, shirts, scarves, shorts, socks and boots, with ball, by John R. Edis, identified: B. Williamson, G.H. Greenfield, W.R. Ford, J.H. Holme, W.S. Wilkinson, R.C. Unwin, J.R. Higgs, J.H. Pratt, W.B. Farrer, H. Bradburn, W. Roberts (capt), D.S. Rowlands, F.C. Gunn, H.W. Dobson, G.H. Deason, H.Y. Ganderton.

Size: 155 x 205mm (print), 280 x 355mm (mount)
UND/F4/FH1924   1924
Rugby Football Club 1923-4, outside, in blazers, shirts, scarves, shorts, socks and boots, with ball, by John R. Edis, identified: H.S. Wilkinson, K.H. Druitt, D.W. Holt, E.W.P. Ainsworth, W. Smith, W.R. Ford, A. Diamond, W. Usher, C.K. Pattinson, C.J.G. Andrews (capt), D.S. Rowlands, R.C. Unwin, F. Cribb, L.H. Rhodes, L.V. Peters, W. Milnes (L. Carter absent).

Size: 155 x 215mm (print), 250 x 305mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: A3:41.
UND/F4/FH1933   [June] 1933
Rugby Football XV 1932-33, outside, in shorts, shirts, socks, boots, blazers, scarves, by John R. Edis, identified: C. Lacy Jones, E.B. Glass, W. Portsmouth, J.S. Martin, K.A. Gray, E.C. Bache, W.P. Cuthbert, A. Briggs, L. Moffat, R. WIldman (Capt), F.W.V. Taylor (Sec), I. Barraclough, R. Harrison, J.K. Kearsley, H.W. Marcroft.

Size: 155 x 205mm (print), 280 x 355mm (mount)
UND/F4/FH1935   [June] 1935
Rugby Football XV 1934-35, outside, in shorts, shirts, socks, boots, with a ball, by John R. Edis, identified: H.L. Baly, E.B. Canning, S. Brown, A.F. Donnelly, S.P. Hutton, H.S. Randle, G. Parr, G. Newton, N.B. Barrow, E.B. Glass (Capt), C.H. Chetwynd, J.M.G. Barrow, F.B. Makin, S. Moore, J.W. Jackson.

Size: 150 x 200mm (print), 280 x 355mm (mount)
UND/F4/FH1996   [June] 1996
Rugby Football Club, outside, in shirts, shorts, socks and boots, with a ball, identified: O. Banham, J. O'Donovan, J. Lumb, M. Ibbotson, D. King, R. Marwood, H. Patterson, A. Wood, S. Frankel, K. Earnshaw, C. Hardy, J. Blake (capt), S. Masson, J. Roscoe, P. Stephenson, G. Carter, A. Linsay, R. Baillie, P. Burns, (absent D. Roberts, J. Rugg).

Size: 170 x 290 (print), 310 x 420mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: 16; A3:42.
JCR Executive
Reference: UND/F4/FI
UND/F4/FI1981J   May 1981
Incoming joint JCR executive, outside, in varying dress and some gowns, identified separately: Jayne Shepherd, Liz Leiper, Mark Savage, Howard Hailliday, Chris Seppala, Adrian Hughes, Pete Smith, Penny Ray, Helen Kirby, Graham Creasey, Pete Spiers, Steve Croft, Rachel Bottomley.

Size: 200 x 250mm
Formerly numbered: 69281B; A1:20.
UND/F4/FI1982J   May 1982
Incoming joint JCR executive, outside, in varying dress with gowns, by Turners (Photography) Ltd of Newcastle, unidentified.

Size: 200 x 250mm
Formerly numbered: 69556G; A27; A1:27.
UND/F4/FI1982H   May 1982
Incoming St John's Hall JCR executive, outside, in varying dress with gowns, by Turners (Photography) Ltd of Newcastle, unidentified.

Size: 200 x 250mm
Formerly numbered: 69556H; A28; A1:28.
College Staff
Reference: UND/F4/FJ
UND/F4/FJ1981T   May 1981
College [tutors], outside, in gowns/academic dress, by Turers (photography) Ltd of Newcastle, identified separately: Roger Newell, Sue Newell, Rosemary Nixon, Esther Hildenbrandt, Christopher Bywith, Peter Adam, Bruce Kaye, Marilyn Orr, Willie Morice, Shena Domeris, Bill Domeris, Ken Kitchin, Michael Vasey. 2 different images

Size: 200 x 250mm
Formerly numbered: 69281E; A19; A1:19.
UND/F4/FJ1982O   May 1982
College officers (4), outside, in jackets and ties and academic dress, by Turners (Photorgaphy) Ltd of Newcastle, identified (by comparison with FJ1981T): Christopher Bywith, Ken Kitchin, Ruth Etchells, Bruce Kaye.

Size: 200 x 250mm
Formerly numbered: 69556K; A1:28.
UND/F4/FJ1982T   June 1982
College tutors, outside, in gowns/academic dress, one with a child, unidentified. Colour print by I.C.D. Care.

Size: 200 x 250mm
Formerly numbered: A24; A1:24.
UND/F4/FJ1982S   May 1982
College staff, outside, some gowns/academic dress, 1 child, by I.C.D. Care of Harrogate (colour) and Turners (Photography) Ltd of Newcastle (BW), unidentified.

Size: 175/200 x 255/250mm
Formerly numbered: 69556A; A25; A1:25; A1:27.
UND/F4/FJ1983T   May 1983
College staff, outside, some gowns/acadmeic dress, a mortar board, unidentified.

Size: 180 x 250mm
Formerly numbered: A1:31.
UND/F4/FJ1983S   May 1983
College staff, outside, some gowns/academic dress, unidentified.

Size: 180 x 250mm
Formerly numbered: A1:32.
UND/F4/FJ1984T   [May] 1984
College [tutors], outside, some gowns/acadmeic dress, one child, unidentified.

Size: 190 x 250mm
Formerly numbered: A1:38.
UND/F4/FJ1985S   June 1985
College staff, outside, some gowns/academic dress, unidentified. 2 copies.

Size: 205 x 255mm
Formerly numbered: A1:33.
UND/F4/FJ1986T   [May] 1986
College [tutors], outside, some gowns/academic dress, one mortar board, unidentified.

Size: 205 x 255mm
Formerly numbered: A1:40.
UND/F4/FJ1986S   [May] 1986
College [staff], outside, some gowns/academic dress, two mortar boards, unidentified.

Size: 205 x 255mm
Formerly numbered: A1:42.
UND/F4/FJ1987T   21 May 1987
[College tutors], outside, in gowns/academic dress, by Fillinghams, identified (by comparison with the next) (LtoR): Rev P. Trebilco, Rev M.R. Vasey, Mr D. Kupp, Mr S. Langford, Dr W.G. Morrice, Miss J. Hall, Rev C. Kuusk, Rev C. Jones, Rev Dr R. Higginson, Rev G. McGrath, Dr J. Simmons, Mrs J. McGrath, Rev M.J. Williams, R.D. Etchells principal, Rev P.R. Forster senior tutor, Dr C. Powell, Mrs O. Langford, Rev R. Nixon.

Size: 230 x 375mm
Formerly numbered: A1:47.
UND/F4/FJ1987S   [21 May] 1987
College staff, outside, some in gowns/academic dress, by Fillinghams, identified on the dorse (RtoL): Rev C.P. Kuusk, Rev Dr Richard A. Higginson, Rev M.J. Williams, Mr E. Tait, Mr K. Watson, Rev P.R. Forster senior tutor, Rev Paul Trebilco, Mr D. Kupp, Rev C.M. Jones chaplain, Mr A. Beney, Mrs M. Clapham, Miss Joan C. Hall, Dr W. G. Morrice librarian, Rev M.R. Vasey, Dr J. Simmons, Mr S. Langford, Rev G. McGrath, Mr E. Dunne, Mrs J. Wilkins, Mr W. Walton, Rev Rosemary A. Nixon, Mrs O. Langford, Dr Christine M.R. Powell, Mrs Doreen Ayling, D.R. Etchells principal, Mrs J. McGrath, Mrs F. Slinn, Miss J. Harrison, Mrs P. Williams, Mrs P. Cowling.

Size: 230 x 375mm
Formerly numbered: 71(bb); 111:1; 15.
Debating Society
Reference: UND/F4/FK
UND/F4/FK1930   Michaelmas 1930
Debating Society Committee, in black tie and gowns, inside, titled with the college and university arms, by John R. Edis, identified: A.W. Burfield, J. Needham, S. Walker, J. Angles Barber (president), B.F. Lowther Clarke (secretary).

Size: 200 x 255mm
Given by S. Walker

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Other College Groups
Reference: UND/F4/FV
UND/F4/FV1930   [c.1930]
Group of 52 clergy (?perhaps SJC ordinands) in suits and dog collars, with a ?bishop (top hat, frock coat and gaiters) seated in a grand chair in the centre, outside in front of the side of an unidentified ?church (Victorian, alternate bands of stone decorated with rectangles then lozenges), signed “S.E. Taylor”.

Size: 220 x 295mm (print), 275 x 365mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: E1:26; 17; 69; 6299; F.
UND/F4/FV1937   1 July 1937
SJC “University Centenary Celebration”, 34 [alumni], in suits, most with dog collars, outside, by John R. Edis, unidentified.

Size: 150 x 205mm (print), 280 x 355mm (mount)
Formerly numbered: A3:41.
UND/F4/FV1946   9/11 July 1946
College reunion, outside, in ties/dog collars and suits, by John R. Edis, undientified.

Size: 185 x 290mm
Formerly numbered: E5:19.
UND/F4/FV1979   July 1979
College reunion, outside, in varying dress, Mrs Williams, Ruth Etchells and John Cockerton identified.

Size: 90 x 125mm
College Individuals and Events
Reference: UND/F4/FW
UND/F4/FW1   12 January 2006
Walter Cardinal Kasper receiving his Honorary DD , with friends and family in the cathedral cloister, then outside St John's, then at a reception and lunch in the college before a symposium at Ushaw College; photographs by Paul Sidney.

UND/F4/FW2   18 January 2005
The licensing and commissioning of Cann Anne Dyer as Warden of Cranmer Hall, half length, inside, in clerical dress: [Tom Wright] bishop of Durham, Anne Dyer, [Stephen Sykes] principal.

Buildings
Reference: UND/F4/FX
UND/F4/FX   [c.1930]
Views of college interiors ?from a prospectus.
1. The chapel, looking east.
2. The dining hall, showing the new bay, tables laid.
3. The dining hall, with tbales laid with cloths.

UND/F4/FX   [c.1980]
Chapel interior east end prior to the 2001 reordering.

Size: 210 x 280mm
Non-College Photos
Reference: UND/F4/FY
UND/F4/FY1967   1967
United Theological College Bangalore, outside in front of a building, in shirts and ties or dresses, with children, unidentified.

Size: 215 x 290mm (print), 310 x 325mm (mount)
Photo Albums
Reference: UND/F4/FZ
Publications
Reference: UND/F4/G
UND/F4/G1   1992 - 2012
College Record, comprising features, a formal record of the college and its achievements and details of reunions. Issues present: (1992-2007, 2010, 2012 (including ?2 in 2001).

Formerly: Per Local STJ
UND/F4/G2   [c.1985] & 1997/98
St John's College prospectuses.

UND/F4/G3   [c.1995]
“St John's Durham Conference & Holiday Centre” promotional leaflet, with views of the college and Durham.

UND/F4/G5   11 June 1969
“Additions and improvements to the buildings 1959 to 1969” plan

UND/F4/G6   [1961]
Appeal brochure

UND/F4/G7   2001 - 2010
Wesley Study Centre News Serving Methodism in the North East, newsletter, issues present for: Summer 2001, Summer 2002, Autumn 2003, Winter 2004, Autumn 2009, [Summer 2010].

Formerly: Per Local WES
UND/F4/G8   2002 - 2006
Borderlands A Journal of Theology & Education, part of an initiative at St John's in 2002 aiming “to bring Christian theology into engagement with a wide range of other academic disciplines through lectures, publications and support for research”. A journal of articles, book reviews, with some illustrations and advertisements, published each Summer.

Formerly: Per Local BOR
UND/F4/G9   [c.1970] & [c.2005]
Cranmer Hall prospectuses.

UND/F4/G10   [2001]
A College Remembered St. John's College 1909-2000, (2nd edition), by T.E. Yates

UND/F4/G11   [1994]
Tristram's Grackle Poems from St. John's College, Durham, ed by David Grieve, with contributions from 30 past and present members of college, and staff

Deposited Items
Reference: UND/F4/H
UND/F4/H1   [c.1970]
“Use of the Bible - Ancient and Modern” , by B[ruce] N[orman] Kaye.
Chapters on: The Bible in Christianity; Jesus and his Contemporaries; Some Apostolic Writing; Irenaeus; Origen; [Gotthold] Lessing; [David Friedrich] Strauss; [Ferdinand Christian] Baur; [Rudolph] Bultmann; Quo Vadis.

UND/F4/H2   [c.1970]
Brass band playing the Cornish Floral Dance and an unidentified choral piece, labelled “Practice”

UND/F4/H3   June 2003
A Yorkshire Genius A brief Study of the Life, Work and Achievements of Sir George Cayley, by Rev Leonard Rivett and Prof Jim Matthew, Yorkshire Air Museum, 4th edition, ISBN 0951237977, with some annotations including a note of its presentation to St John's College 9 July 2005, and some correspondence with Rev Rivett detailing his career.

UND/F4/H4   [1930]
Photographs of Stephen Walker (SJC, matric M1927, BA 1930, DipTheo 1931, MA 1933).
1. Group of 4, in black tie and gowns, indoors.
2,3. Group of 8 students, including Walker, in suits and ties, outside.
4. Group of 7 students, including Walker, leaning on Prebends Bridge.
5,6. Walker, in a suit, with a Japanese friend, in a suit with clerical collar, on Prebends Bridge, cathedral beyond, 15 June 1930.
7. Walker with his japanese friend, both in tennis kit, by D. Blackbrn, 13 June 1930.
8. [Walker] and 2 other men, in tennis gear, on a tennis court.
9. Envelope addressed to Walker, 13 June 1930.

Artefacts
Reference: UND/F4/I
UND/F4/IA1   [?1924]
DUBC rowing blazer [of C.K. Pattinson], cream with now faded palatinate purple ribbon edging, and crossed blades with “DUBC” in the quadrants on the breast pocket. Worn and patched.
Found with IA2/4 in a box marked “Cox's white coat” in SJC boat house, and quite possibly used by successive coxes of St John's boats in races for some decades since Pattinson's time. Pattinson (St John's, BA 1925, DipTh 1926, MA 1928) was cox of the university's second boat in the summer of 1924 and rowed stroke for it in the summer of 1927.

Size: 1130 x 760mm fully extended
For a photo of Pattinson in his rowing blazer, see MIA 4/159.
UND/F4/IA2   [?1924]
[DUBC] rowing cap, purple with the St Cuthbert cross embroidered on the front. With a label “The City's Own Store Benetfink's Cheapside EC2” on the inside and the name “C.K. Pattinson” written in.

Size: c.200mm diameter. c.50mm tall
UND/F4/IA3   [?1924]
[DUBC] rowing tie, purple and cream diagonal stripes.

Size: 1100mm long, 25-85mm wide
UND/F4/IA4   [?1924]
St Cuthbert's cross blazer badge, embroidered gold on purple.

Size: 80 x 75mm maximum
UND/F4/IA5   [c.1950]
Cravat, blue with diagonal thin red and gold stripe.

Size: 1100 x 140mm maximum
UND/F4/IA6   [c.1950]
College scarf, thick blue and black stripes, thin off-white stripes, three of each, lengthways

Size: 1450 x 220mm
UND/F4/IA7   [c.1960]
College scarf, thick blue and black stripes, thin off-white stripes, three of each, lengthways

Size: 1520 x 220mm
UND/F4/IA8   [c.1960]
[Durham Colleges colours] scarf, thick blue and green stripes with thin grey and red stripes, lengthways

Size: 1520 x 220mm
UND/F4/IA9   [c.1960]
BA academic hood, by Gray and Son of Durham

Size: c.700 x 800mm maximum
UND/F4/IA10   [c.1960]
MA academic hood

Size: 900 x 850mm maximum
UND/F4/IA11   [c.1960]
Unidentified academic hood, by Gray and Son of Durham

Size: 750 x 800mm maximum
UND/F4/IA12   [c.1960]
Hood by St Martin Vestments of Lutton, Spalding

Size: 1000 x 750mm maximum
UND/F4/IA13   [1980]
Unidentified hood, by Gray and Son of Durham

Size: 780 x 810mm maximum
Given by Revd Ruth Howe, Cranmer 1978-1980
UND/F4/IA14   [1980]
Clerical stole, gathered in the centre, hems unfinished

Size: 2700 x 155mm
UND/F4/IA15   2008
Back: “John's Day 2008” with clouds
Front: Hand dropping a penny coin into a chalice, with clouds, and “W.W.J.D.?”, “What Would John's Do?”

Size: 800 x 705mm maximum
UND/F4/IA16   [?2008]
Front: “JOHNIAN”

Size: 680 x 750mm
Trevelyan College
Reference: UND/F11
Dates of creation: 1969 - 2008Susan Martin, Trevs : a celebration of 40 years, (Durham 2006)

Foundation
Reference: UND/F11/A
Opening
Reference: UND/F11/A1
UND/F11/A1/1   12 March 1968
Opening ceremony programme with invite, and a JCR invite to sherry before the first formal ball

Administration
Reference: UND/F11/C
Bursar
Reference: UND/F11/C2
UND/F11/C2/1   1969 - 1972
Programmes for concerts at the college:
John Williams (guitar), 11 November 1969
Alberni String Quartet, [c.1970]
Gina Bachauer (piano), 15 October 1972

UND/F11/C2/2   June 2010 & June 2012
Sir William Luce Memorial Fund public lecture posters.

UND/F11/C2/3   2013
Posters for other events, including:
Durham Bluff 7 November 2013

Chaplain
Reference: UND/F11/C3
UND/F11/C3/D1   Michaelmas 1975
Chapel term card.

Associations, Clubs and Societies
Reference: UND/F11/E
Junior Common Room
Reference: UND/F11/E1
UND/F11/E1/D1   [?1968] - 2009
Art exhibition ephemera, posters unless otherwise stated:
- Guy Roddon, paintings, 8 January - 15 March [?1968], catalogue.
- W.B. Woodward, “Coals to Newcastle” paintings , September - November 1974.
- Alan Roberts, “Paintings about the Durham Dales & some figures”, January - March [c.1975].
- “Open To View” , 15-16 June 1996, catalogue
- “Colour and Line”, Richard Spare dry point etchings and Kay Spare watercolours, 21 January - 2 March 2007.
- Tim Fowler, “All of this music”, giclée monoprints, 20 January - 10 March 2008.
- Gillie Cawthorne, “Off The Beaten Track” , 27 April - 6 June 2008.
- Summer Exhibition, 14 - 21 June 2008.
- Debbie Loane, “Returning to Source” , 20 October - 5 December 2008.
- Rebecca Barclay, “Wear Valley drawings etc”, 25 January - 13 March 2009.
- Amelia Humber, “Carrbridge to Perranporth” paintings, 25 January - 12 March 2010.
- The Parson's Field Painters, 24 January - 11 March 2011.
- Giuliana Lazzerini, “A Journey”, 2 May - 10 June 2011.
- Student Art Exhibition, 12 February - 10 March 2012.
- Jill Campbell, “Ebb and Flow” paintings, 30 April - 26 May 2012.
- Emma Calder, “Interval”, 25 March - 31 May 2013.

UND/F11/E1/D2   1988 - 2008
JCR freshers handbooks for: 1988-89, 1989-90, 2008-09.

UND/F11/E1/D3   [?1977]
Posters for JCR events:
“Snow Joke” , 2 December [?1977]

UND/F11/E1/D4   2006 - 2011
Yearbooks, with reports from college and JCR/MCR officers and college clubs and societies, and synopses of each student, with many images of individuals and groups, mostly less than serious, for: 2005/06, 2006/07, 2007/08, 2008/09, 2009/10, 2010/11.

Dramsoc
Reference: UND/F11/E2
UND/F11/E2/D1   June [c.1975]
Dramatic productions posters:
Time Present, Sir James Knott Hall, 15/16 June.

Musical Society
Reference: UND/F11/E3
UND/F11/E3/D1   February 2007
Musical Society productions posters:
The Pajama Game, 21-24 February 2007.
Anything Goes, 15-18 February [2012].
Annie Get Your Gun, 20-23 February 2013.

Trevelyan Society
Reference: UND/F11/E4
UND/F11/E4/D1   1984 - 2007
Hippocampus The Magazine of the Trevelyan Society, with features, news of the college and its former members, and news, agendas, and minutes of the Society. It was started in 1984 and initially came out biennially, before being produced birefly twice a year from 1993, and then annually from 1995. Issues present for: 1984, 1986, 1988, 1990, 1992, May 1993, December 1993, May 1994, May 1995, May 1996, May 1997, May 1998, May 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, [2006], 2007, 2009, 2010.

Formerly: Per Local HIP
Senior Common Room
Reference: UND/F11/E5
UND/F11/E5/A1   17 November 1982 - 16 November 1989
SCR AGM minutes, agendas and papers

UND/F11/E5/A2   10 May 1984 - 12 February 1990
SCR committee minutes, agendas, papers and some correspondence

UND/F11/E5/C1   21 March 1981 - 15 October 1990
SCR president's/secretary's correspondence file, mainly concerning membership, also some lists of members

UND/F11/E5/D1   September 1988 - January 2006
SCR newsletters, termly, for: Michaelmas 1988 - Michaelmas 1990, Epiphany - Michaelmas 1998, Epiphany 2001, Epiphany 2004, Epiphany 2005, Epiphany 2006

Middle Common Room
Reference: UND/F11/E6
UND/F11/E6/D1   2009 - 2011
Little Red Book [handbook], with information on the collegiate system, the MCR, the college, the JCR and SCR, formals, general facilities, living in and out, Durham and the local area; with images.
2009-10, 36p
2010-11, 40p
2011-12, 40p

Publications
Reference: UND/F11/G
UND/F11/G1   [c.1985] - 2009
Trevelyan College prospectuses, with an inserted welcome from the JCR president (1985) and information for 2009/10 entry applicants (2009).

Artefacts
Reference: UND/F11/I
UND/F11/I1   2005
[Trevs Day] 2005, with printed panels front and back: “Trevelyan Extra La Colegio Mas Fina Imported Cheer from Hexico” and “Summer Fiesta 2005” with a list of activities respectively

Size: c.800mm x 900mm
UND/F11/I2   [2005]
Trevelyan Hockey Club shirt. On the front (embroidered): on left side, college arms surrounded by “Trevelyan College HC”; on right side, “SCREAM” surrounded by “The New Inn Durham”. On the back (printed): “IAN 99”.

Size: c.800 x 1000mm
UND/F11/I3   2006
Trevelyan MCR shirt for 2006/07, with printed panels in white. On the front: college arms surrounded by “Seal of the Official of the Peculiar of Du[rham] Trevleyan Legendary Postgrads Old & Peculier The Legends MCR Trevelyan College Durham”. On the back: “Trevelyan College MCR 2006-2007 Under Old Management ” with names of all members under various headings.

Size: c.800 x 900mm
UND/F11/I4   [2011]
“I [heart] Klute [female reclining] NIGHT CLUB” [from the night club].

Size: c.700 x 800mm
University College
Reference: UND/F1
Dates of creation: 1833 - 2009
The records detail the administration of the college through the minutes of its council - an incomplete series - the files of its bursars and especially their accounts, with good series of student and high table battels for the 19th and 20th centuries. Apart from the details of students to be found in those, admission registers and later student files (closed for the lifetime of students) also provide information on members of the college. The accounts, and especially supporting bills, give much detail on the college's maintenance of its historic residence, and also its custody of the also highly significant Lumley Castle. The activities of the various student bodies and clubs, especially the JCR, are well represented and there is also a sequence of photographs of various college and sporting groups, many of the latter from the period before and after the 1st World War. These are supplemented by material which has come in from former members of the college, which has also added some less expected aspects to the archive, such as a photograph album of an African hunting trip.
The founders of the university considered a residential college as an integral part of their scheme from the beginning. So the first students in 1833 were housed in the Archdeacon's Inn on Palace Green. In 1837 the bishop of Durham made over his Durham castle residence to the university and the college was established there. It took time for the university, or administration and teaching, and college, or residential, functions to be distinguished. The castle gradually became established as “University College”, a body of students and teachers living in community, developing distinctive features and traditions, though it has not been a separate corporate body apart from the university.
Charles Thorp, as warden of the university, initially had charge, until a separate master of the college was appointed after 1862. The college also had a vice-master, censor, (responsible for discipline, latterly a senior tutor), bursar and chaplain, with gyps looking after the students' needs, overseen by a butler.
Further colleges were founded in Hatfield Hall in 1846 and Cosin's Hall in 1851, both with the intention of providing cheaper alternatives for student collegiate residence. The latter took over the Archdeacon's Inn in 1856 but only lasted as an independent entity until 1864 when it was effectively absorbed by University College, where its students had been taking their meals for a while anyway. Such records as survive for Cosin's Hall are thus part of University College's archive. Hatfield also came under University College administration for domestic purposes from 1926 and, when it had to evacuate its buildings during the 2nd World War, it shared all facilities, a governing body and master with University College from 1940 to 1949. So University College's records contain much material about Hatfield and its students during this period.
To ease the pressure on its accommodation, University College also took over Lumley Castle near Chester-le-Street in 1946. This was run by the vice-master with its own JCR. It necessitated detailed transport arrangements to and from Durham until the castle was returned to the earl of Scarborough in 1970.
Masters:
1833-1862 Ven Archdeacon Charles Thorp (also warden of the university)
1865-1873 Rev Joseph Waite
1873-1874 Rev Herbert Edward Booth
1874-1902 Rev Alfred Plummer
1902-1918 Rev Henry Gee
1919-1932 Rev Henry Ellershaw
1932-1938 Rev John Hall How
1939-1953 Lt-Col Angus Alexander Macfarlane-Grieve
1953-1973 Lt-Col Leonard Slater
1973-1978 Dr D.W. McDowall
1979-1996 Dr Edward C. Salthouse
1997-2011 Prof Maurice Tucker
2012-date Prof David Held
Principals of Bishop Cosin's Hall:
1851-1854 Rev John Pedder
1854-1864 Rev John James Hornby
Records were deposited by the college with the university's department of Palaeography and Diplomatic (later merged with the university library) on 6 and 7 September 1972 (mostly early financial records C2/A1-11, 18, also D2/1 and a university stipends book CG1/13/1) and 11 March 1982 (later financial records, student files, admissions registers, governing body minutes, files for Lumley castle, and group photographs); these were transferred to Palace Green Library on 30 November/1 December 1992. A further deposit was made with the Palace Green Library on 21 September 2005 (Acc No Misc.2005/2006:20) (1912 grant of arms, committee minutes, bursar's files, photos of groups, events, and hunting in Africa). Other deposits of particular items, mainly from former members of the college, are as noted in the individual handlist entries.
The 1972 and 1982 deposits had previously been separately listed under UND/C1. The college's JCR and some other clubs' records were previously listed as UND/DUS 12. With the 2005 deposit, all were resorted and numbered October 2005 - February 2006.
E. Jones, University College Durham A Social History, (Aberyswyth 1996)

Castellum : the magazine of the Durham Castlemen's Society (1948-)

A.A. Macfarlane-Grieve, “University College in 1833”, Durham University Journal (Vol. XXIV No.5, March 1925), p.253-256

Lumley Castle Guidebook (1953)

R. Brickstock, Durham Castle: Fortress, Palace, College, (Huddersfield 2007)

D.A. Cross, “The Paintings in Durham Castle A Catalogue” (2004), Palace Green Library ASC Ref N2 CRO;
Durham Castle building archive, Palace Green Library ASC reference CAS;
G.A. Williams's reminiscences of life as a Castle student 1935-1939, Palace Green Library ASC Add Ms 1408;
C.F. Turnbull's memories of life as a Castle student 1896-1899, with some photos, Palace Green Library ASC Add Ms 1618.

Foundation
Reference: UND/F1/A
Charters and Grants of Arms and other legal papers
Reference: UND/F1/AA
UND/F1/AA1   29 May 1912
Grant to University College of arms of “azure a cross patence or between 4 lioncels argent on a chief of the last the cross of St. Cuthbert sable between two Durham mitres gules”. Endorsed as recorded in the College of Arms.
With a typescript transcription.
1m
Size: 525 x 650mm
UND/F1/AA2   19 July 1837
Transcript of the Order in Council transferring the castle from the bishop to the university, with some 1967 correspondence commenting on it.

UND/F1/AA3   19 July 1837
Copy Order in Council for appropriating Durham Castle to the use of the University of Durtham; gazetted 8 August 1837.

Annual Reports
Reference: UND/F1/AB
UND/F1/AB1   1949 - 1958
Annual reports 1948/9, 1949/50, 1957/8, with a memorandum on accommodation October 1950.

Governance
Reference: UND/F1/B
Governing Body/Council
Reference: UND/F1/BA
Dates of creation: 1834 - 2012 (with gaps) University College's Governing Body became College Council in October 2002 under the terms of the University Council's standing orders.

UND/F1/BA1   25 November 1834 - 6 June 1873
[University] College Council minute book, with the text of the Statutes of the University (1834), which constituted the Council, at the front. 25 November 1834 was noted as the Council's first meeting. The minutes are latterly signed by the master; the earlier minutes record the presence of the warden, along with the vice-master, and bursar, etc.
Paper book, half-leather binding   Foliated 1-12, then paginated 1-525 (text on p.1-410)
Formerly OSH Deed Box 7/2.
Transcribed in UND/EA1/H6A.
UND/F1/BA2   7 October 1940 - 9 October 1951
Governing Body minutes, signed
The minutes are for the Joint Governing Body of University and Hatfield Colleges 7 October 1940 - 26 April 1949. The colleges were thence reestablished as two independent institutions, sharing only a chaplain; the first minutes of the University College Governing Body alone are for 11 October 1949.
Includes some agendas, annual and other reports, annual estimates and statements of account and other papers.

UND/F1/BA3   15 January 1952 - 21 January 1958
Governing Body minutes, including agendas, annual and other reports, annual estimates and statements of account and other papers, along with minutes of the finance sub-committee from 1956.

UND/F1/BA4   3 October 1979 - 6 October 1982
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, which include annual estimates, and minutes of the Finance, Historic Buildings and Contents, and Gardens Advisory sub-committees.

UND/F1/BA5   12 January 1983 - 16 January 1985
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, which include annual estimates, and minutes of the Finance, Historic Buildings and Contents, and Gardens Advisory sub-committees.

UND/F1/BA6   24 April 1985 - 14 January 1987
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, which include annual estimates, and minutes of the Finance, Historic Buildings and Contents, and Gardens Advisory sub-committees.

UND/F1/BA7   22 April 1987 - 2 May 1990
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, incorporating minutes of the Finance, Historic Buildings and Contents, Gardens Advisory, College Development, and Health and Safety Review committees.

UND/F1/BA8   24 January 1990 - 16 June 1991
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, incorporating minutes of the Finance, Historic Buildings and Contents, Gardens Advisory, College Development, and Health and Safety Review committees.

UND/F1/BA9   23 August 1991 - 26 January 1994
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, incorporating minutes of the Finance, Historic Buildings and Contents, Gardens Advisory, College Development, and Health and Safety Review committees.

UND/F1/BA10   4 May 1994 - 7 May 1997
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, which include annual estimates, and minutes of the Finance, Development, Historic Buildings and Contents, Gardens Advisory/Gardens and Grounds, Wine and World Heritage committees.

UND/F1/BA11   22 October 1997 - 27 January 1999
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, which include annual estimates, and minutes of the Finance, Development, Historic Buildings and Contents, Gardens Advisory/Gardens and Grounds, Wine and World Heritage committees.

UND/F1/BA12   12 May 1999 - 18 October 2000
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, which include annual estimates, and minutes of the Finance, Development, Historic Buildings and Contents, Gardens Advisory/Gardens and Grounds, Wine and World Heritage committees.

UND/F1/BA13   17 January 2001 - 14 May 2003
Governing Body minutes, agendas and papers, which include annual estimates, and minutes of the Finance, Development, Historic Buildings and Contents, Gardens Advisory/Gardens and Grounds, Wine and World Heritage committees.

UND/F1/BA14   22 October 2003 - 13 October 2004
College Council minutes, agendas and papers, which include annual estimates, and minutes of the Finance, Development, Historic Buildings and Contents, Gardens Advisory/Gardens and Grounds, Wine and World Heritage committees.

UND/F1/BA15   10 May 2005 - 7 May 2008
College Council minutes, agendas and papers, which include annual estimates, and minutes of the Finance, Development, Historic Buildings and Contents, Health and Safety, and Gardens and Grounds committees.

UND/F1/BA16   22 October 2008 - 9 May 2012
College Council minutes, agendas and papers, which include annual estimates, and minutes of the Finance, Development, Historic Buildings and Contents, Health and Safety, and Gardens and Grounds committees.

Finance sub-committee
Reference: UND/F1/BB
Dates of creation: 1874 - 1993 A [revived] finance sub-committee of the Governing Body was in existence by 1956. It usually met on the day before or even on the day of the Governing Body.

UND/F1/BB1   28 May - 4 December 1874
Financial Council minute book
Inserted are an estimate of provisions for the week ending 25 October 1872, an account of provisions for a week in November 1874, J.T. F[owler]'s note on servants' wages, a note on the provision of commons and coal for students, and some notes on expenses.

UND/F1/BB2   15 October 1990 - 18 October 1993
Finance sub-committee minutes, agendas and papers

Pictures Committee
Reference: UND/F1/BC
Dates of creation: 1836 - 1875
UND/F1/BC1   October 1836
List of the pictures and prints in the Castle. Typescript [copy] of c.1950. 2 copies.

One copy formerly PamL+ 759.LIS.
UND/F1/BC2   24 October 1874
Report on the Castle pictures, incomplete. Typescript [copy]. 2 copies.

One copy formerly PamL+ 759.FRA.
UND/F1/BC3   June 1875
Committee report with a catalogue of the paintings in the Castle, by J. Barnby, A. Plummer and Frederick J. Copeman. Typescript [copy] c.1950. 2 copies.

One copy formerly PamL+ 759.REP.
UND/F1/BC4   22 April 1975
Picture Sub-Committee minutes

Gardens and Grounds Advisory Committee
Reference: UND/F1/BD
Dates of creation: 1974 - 2001 The Governing Body papers incorporate minutes of this committee.

UND/F1/BD1   November 1974 - January 1979
Gardens Committee minutes and papers.

UND/F1/BD2   October 1981 - November 1992
Gardens Advisory Committee minutes, agendas and papers.

UND/F1/BD3   March 1993 - May 1997
Gardens/Gardens and Grounds Advisory Committee minutes, agendas and papers, including a planting plan of the Fellows' Garden by Michael Tooley September 1995.

UND/F1/BD4   November 1997 - November 2003
Gardens and Grounds Committee minutes, agendas and papers.

Wine Committee
Reference: UND/F1/BE
Dates of creation: 1992 - 2001
UND/F1/BE1   May 1992 - February 2001
Wine Committee minutes, agendas and stock lists, with a report on laid down wines 2001, with gaps .

College General Open Meeting
Reference: UND/F1/BF
Dates of creation: 1968 - 1977 A joint meeting of the JCR executive and members of the SCR on 24 October 1968 decided to institute open college meetings for both Junior and Senior Common Rooms. It soon became an annual meeting held in February.

UND/F1/BF1   5 November 1968 - 3 February 1977
College General Open Meeting agendas and minutes.

Ad Hoc Committees and Groups
Reference: UND/F1/BG
Dates of creation: 1996
UND/F1/BG1   January - March 1996
Castle Succession Planning Group minutes, papers and reports.

Historic Buildings and Contents Sub-Committee
Reference: UND/F1/BH
Dates of creation: 1967 - 2012 This began as an ad hoc State Rooms joint sub-committee of both the University's Estates Committee and the Castle's Governing Body with a limited brief covering the rooms in the Castle used by the University, bishop and judges.

UND/F1/BH1   November 1967 - February 1972
State Rooms Sub-Committee minutes, papers and agendas, including about the committee's possible expansion in numbers and brief in 1970.

UND/F1/BH2   15 March 1976 - 15 November 1977
Fabric/Fabric and Contents Sub-Committee minutes

UND/F1/BH3   24 February 1981 - 22 November 1989
Historic Buildings and Contents Committee minutes, papers and agendas.

UND/F1/BH4   23 May 1990 - 21 May 1997
Historic Buildings and Contents Committee minutes, papers and agendas.

UND/F1/BH5   19 November 1997 - 7 June 2000
Historic Buildings and Contents Committee minutes, papers and agendas.

UND/F1/BH6   1 November 2000 - 6 June 2006
Historic Buildings and Contents Sub-Committee minutes, papers and agendas, with reports and correspondence, and an Axis visual presentation catalogue of [2004].

UND/F1/BH7   15 November 2005 - 17 November 2010
Historic Buildings and Contents Sub-Committee minutes, papers and agendas, with reports and correspondence.

UND/F1/BH8   2 March 2011 - 14 June 2012
Historic Buildings and Contents Sub-Committee minutes, papers and agendas, with reports and correspondence

Safety/Health and Safety Review Committee
Reference: UND/F1/BI The College Safety Review Committee became the Health and Safety Review Committee in December 1989.

UND/F1/BI   21 June 1988 - 9 February 1994
Safety/Health and Safety Review Committee minutes, agendas and papers.

Administration
Reference: UND/F1/C
Master
Reference: UND/F1/C1 Files from the masterships of:
A. Rev Alfred Plummer (1874-1902)
B. Rev Henry Gee (1902-1918)
C. Rev Henry Ellershaw (1919-1932)
D. Rev John H. How (1932-1938)
E. Lt-Col Angus A. Macfarlane-Grieve (1939-1953)
F. Lt-Col Leonard Slater (1953-1973)
G. Dr D.W. MacDowall (1973-1978)
H. Dr Edward C. Salthouse (1979-1996)
I. Prof Maurice Tucker (1997-2011)

UND/F1/C1/A1   1882 - 1896
Accounts, bills and correspondence re the Gabbett memorial fund. (William Edward Gabbett was appointed Senior Tutor in 1880 but died in a mountaineering accident on the Dent Blanche on 12 August 1882. In his memory was established the Gabbett Challenge Cup for scullers and the Gabbett Prize for an essay on a philosophical subject.) Including bills for the sculling trophy from H.F. Wetherell 28 February 1883 and a memorial plaque for the chapel from John Hardman 17 January 1884.

UND/F1/C1/A2   1887 - 1901
Accounts, correspondence and testimonials re college servants
1. Suggestions for the duties of the housekeeper and butler, Michaelmas 1887
2. Testimonial for Mary Bell from Rev R.J. Pearce, 23 March 1891
3-4. Testimonial for Mary Summerbell bedmaker from William Brown, 8 April 1892
5-7. Testimonials for Mrs Golightly bedmaker from Fanny Haggard, Rev A.W. Headlam and J. Cuthbert, 17 December 1894
8-9. Testimonials for Mrs Harland from Mrs Tristram and Rev H.E. Fox, 28 February 1895
10. Testimonial for Mrs Meikle from Johnson Barker as bedmaker, 30 September 1896
11. Testimonial for Mrs Cummins from Rev P.A.M. Sullivan, 1 October 1896
12-14. Testimonials for Jane Vickers from C. Dix and W. Stuart White, and her acceptance, 21/24 September 1898
15. Testimonial for Mrs Watson from William Brown, 8 November 1898
16-19. Testimonial for Sidney Walker as gardener from H.N. Tristram, and his resignation
20-21. Letter from Joseph Freeman re the poor attendance of servants in chapel, 12 January 1899
22-25. Explanation of his duties as butler from Joseph Freeman, 20 December 1899, with printed lists of duties for the butler, housekeeper and upper housemaid
26-27. Recommendation of Reuben Green by Henry Palin Gurney with Green's application for butler, 7 February 1900
28. Testimonial for Reuben Green from Adeline Joel, 11 February [1900]
29. Acceptance by Reuben Green as butler, 13 February 1900
30. Note of rooms used in the lodge by William Robinson, 19 May 1900
31-32. Testimonial for Henry Storey from Alan ?Tolreeter, 10 January 1901
33-34. Application from Charles Sands, 16 December 1901
35. Note of Mrs Smith's employment, 26 December 1901
36-37. Acceptance from Mary Johnstone, 22 June
38-41. Resignation from George Alder, 12 September, with a note of his wages
42-45. Notes on gyps', under-butler's and porter's wages
46. Wages bill for all staff

UND/F1/C1/A3   1878 - 1902
Letters and bills of Plummer:
1-2. Letter from G.I. Leaton Blenkinsopp at Wolverhampton: books he left behind when he left the university, 1 July 1878
3. Note about Matthew Thompson and the colours of the Durham Volunteers being deposited in the castle, 1838
4. Note about permission and paying for the construction of fives courts behind Cosin's Library, 1880 & 1883
5. Letter from C. Hodgson Fowler: tenders for the screen and gallery, 10 May 1886
6. Letter from W.K. Hilton at Camborne: Miss Blenkinsopp's illness, the race course, 14 September 1887
7. Bill of Watts & Co of London for a pair of dragon-handled vases [for the chapel], 27 March 1890
8. Bill of James Ladiler of Durham Brass & Lead Works for a pair of brass altar candlesticks, 30 June 1890
9. Letter from W.T. Jones: visit of an officer from Merryweather & Sons to drill the men, 20 May 1900
10-12. Testimonials for Rev Henry Lewis rector of Bermondsey from G.S. Streatfeild and Herbert Ingwell bishop in Equatorial Africa, 7 & 9 April 1902

UND/F1/C1/B1   1902
1. Report of the Committee appointed by Senate to consider the relations between the University of Durham and University College, printed, with annotations, 2f, 6 November 1902
2. Documents Relating to the Establishment of Durham University and of University College Therein, comprising an introduction, table of contents and preface, printed booklet 6f, 1902
3. Memorandum from the Master discussing the relationships between the university, University College and the bishops over the use of the castle, printed 2f
4. Copy statement of the college's financial position in 1902 and since 1877, printed 1f

UND/F1/C1/B2   1904, 1912
Correspondence re staff wages:
1. Letter from Mary Johnstone about increasing the wages of Ellen Brown and Emily Pallard in the kitchen, 6 January 1904.
2-7. Memorandum of proposed staff wages detailing name, occupation and annual wages, with letters from H.S. Squance, 26 July 1912.

UND/F1/C1/C1   1932
Military Education Committee of the university of Durham comprising accounts of Durham O.T.C. receipts and expenditure for the year ending 31 March 1932.

UND/F1/C1/C2   1924, 1929
Letters to Ellershaw:
1. From Henry Gee, dean of Gloucester, sending and discussing a parcel for the archives, 21 June 1924
2. From Irvine Masson, Dept of Science, telling him about the next Pemberton fellow, J.A. Hetherington, 18 July 1929

UND/F1/C1/D1   7 June 1932
Report on the definition, duties and authority of the master of University College

UND/F1/C1/D2   1932 - 1939
Correspondence re appointments, grants for needy students, testimonials and ordinations.
Copy letter re the loan of Cosin's organ-case to Durham dean and chapter, 29 November 1933.
University regulations and procedures 1938.
University college lists of students and rooms Michaelmas 1937.
Examination results and scholarship awards 1938.
Printed dates of congregations 1938-1939.
Draft printed University College Occasional Paper vol.I, no.11, October 1932.

Student correspondence closed until 2015.
UND/F1/C1/D3   1934 - 1939
Correspondence with potential students about applications and especially requests for prospectuses.
Lists of students with their school details.
University college lists of students and rooms 1937.
Printed list of Durham university examination candidates in the Arts, Theology and Science, Epiphany term 1937, annotated to show the results of University College students.
Scholarships annual returns 1936.
Grants 1938-1939.

Student correspondence closed until 2015.
UND/F1/C1/E1   November 1950 - June 1952
Notice re the redecorated State Rooms and invite to a post-graduation party.

UND/F1/C1/E2   1940 - 1953
Correspondence with Macfarlane-Grieve as master:
1. From Valance J. Davies: wants a copy of the war roll, 19 May 1940
2-3. From Valance J. Davies: memories of his time at Castle (1913/4), his present war service and teaching at Lewisham School, Weston-super-Mare, 31 May 1940
4-5. From Arthur W.P. Jaggard: can he recommend a man for his parish (Northampton Christ Church), 14 October 1940
6. From Donald Chitty: asking him to look after Harry F. Makins at Bede College, 16 October 1940
7-9. From W.J.W. Johnson; asking for help to get a commission in the army, 23 October & 10 November 1940, with W.A. Prowse's opinion
10-11. From Harold Buckton: detailing his Durham career, 28 November 1940
12-14. From Kenneth Strachan: wishing to complete his degree, 10, 16 & 17 March 1941
15-16. From John Sell: seeking a reference, with his academic record, 19 & 23 July 1941
17-18. From A. Hesselgreaves: asking for a friend to gain a Latin qualification , with news of contemporaries, 20 November 1941
19. From R.F.L. Gulliver: arranging a visit to the castle for his RAF Training Centre, 21 January 1942
20-21. From H. Houghton: life at a US air base, 6 February 1942
22. From S.J. Nisbet Wallace: his time at Durham 1907/8, 21 January 1943
23-26. From Robert Blakiston: seeking a university living, isolated in Newton-le-Willows, offering a copy of his cousin H.E.D. Blakiston's book, 20 & 29 January 1943
27. From Valance J. Davies: wants a magazine detailing old Castlemen in the war, 7 February 1943
28-30. From Arthur W.P. Jaggard: asking for his help to find an assistant curate for Northampton Chirst Church, 26 May & 10 June 1943
31. From Bertram Colgrave: thanks for Castle Preservation Fund records, 20 May 1944
32. From ?Carlington: offering to restore some woodwork, 18 May ?
33. From S.L. Greenslade: grateful for two years of castle hospitality, 8 October 1945
34-35. From Cynthia Taylor: arranging accommodation in the judge's lodgings for Mr Silkin attending a town planning summer school, 9 & 14 August 1946
36. From C.J.R. Wilson, senior man: apologising for a practical joke played on the police, 14 February 1950
37-38. Report of a sub-committee into correct college dress, colours and insignia, 23 February 1950
39-42. Arrangements and menus for the chancellor's installation, May 1950
43-51. With L.C. Evetts: signboards for the college, June 1950 to February 1951
52-58. With the National Union of Students: the disappearance and return of a plan of the castle, September 1950 to January 1951
59. From Ethel Carr: sending her father's 1849 and 1851 medals, 23 July 1951
60. From the Rotary Club of Durham; thank you for lending plate for an exhibition, 24 June 1953

UND/F1/C1/E3   [c.1950]
Case for the opinion of Counsel as to the liability of the Council of the Durham Colleges for repairs to Durham Castle under the 1837 Order in Council, typescript.

UND/F1/C1/E4   [c.1945]
Roll of Honour or WW2, detailing killed and missing, students and RAF cadets, for University and Hatfield Colleges.

UND/F1/C1/F1   August 1964 - July 1981
The master's University College contributions for the warden's annual reports.

UND/F1/C1/F2   1955 - 1993
Gifts of objects and books to the college, correspondence.

UND/F1/C1/F3   1958 - 1972
Correspondence with Leonard Slater as master:
C. Roy Hudleston: return of accounts to Hatfield, 19 November 1958
Gerald Harriss: use of a medieval cupboard to store college records, December 1958 - January 1959
Speechly, Mumford and Soames solicitiors: bequest from William S. Walton, April 1965
J. Bryce: return of the inventory book by A.I. Doyle, 17 May 1966
A.I. Doyle: tidying up after the rag ball, February & December 1966
John Fagg: transferring college records to Palaeography and Diplomatic, May 1969 - January 1972
?: removal of graffiti, 21 April 1970
A.I. Doyle: floodlighting issues, June 1970
A.I. Doyle: photographs of cathedral seals for a castle exhibition, Nobvember 1972

UND/F1/C1/F4   6 - 12 May 1960
Letter from the Master to A.O.L. Atkin of 6 May 1960 saying he will be asking SCR members for their comments on the plans, with 4 separate responses, with a summation of the comments by the Master 12 May 1960.

UND/F1/C1/F5   29 March - 17 November 1961
Correspondence between the Master and G. Collard (Durham Colleges Buildings Officer) (mostly), and also C. Elgey (architect), W. Dowson (blacksmith of Kirbymoorside), New Equipment Ltd of Croxdale and the Co-operative Wholesale Society Ltd of Newcastle re the conversion of the western Castle Undercroft and its fitting out with lights and furniture.

UND/F1/C1/F6   10 June 1964
Letter from P.A. Boobyer to the Master discussing the summer vacation programme of works, including on the Senate Room, Abbey House, Keep, Minstrel's Gallery, Undercroft, awnings for Congregation and the Black Staircase.

UND/F1/C1/G1   October 1974
University Development Programme Committee papers, including a subsmission re the development of Owengate

UND/F1/C1/G2   16 October 1978
Letter to A.I. Doyle about Coiner's Garth/Moneyer's House.

UND/F1/C1/H1   March 1974 - July 1985
Annual service for the courts and the high sheriff's reception.

Bursar
Reference: UND/F1/C2
Dates of creation: 1833 - 1987
Financial records
Reference: UND/F1/C2/A
UND/F1/C2/A1   1833 - 1967
Cash books, containing the bursar's debit and credit account.
In volumes 1 and 2, Luke Ripley calls himself bursar of Durham University but he does seem rather to be accounting for University College.

UND/F1/C2/A1/1   1833 - 1837

UND/F1/C2/A1/2   1837 - 1840

UND/F1/C2/A1/3   1853 - 1865

UND/F1/C2/A1/4   1865 - 1874

UND/F1/C2/A1/5   1874 - 1877

UND/F1/C2/A1/6   1877 - 1886

UND/F1/C2/A1/7   1886 - 1901

UND/F1/C2/A1/8   1901 - 1919

UND/F1/C2/A1/9   August 1926 - July 1932
Covers University and Hatfield Colleges.

UND/F1/C2/A1/10   June 1945 - December 1948
Covers University and Hatfield Colleges.

UND/F1/C2/A1/11   December 1948 - January 1952

UND/F1/C2/A1/12   April 1955 - June 1958

UND/F1/C2/A1/13   June 1958 - April 1961

UND/F1/C2/A1/14   May 1961 - April 1964

UND/F1/C2/A1/15   April 1964 - June 1967

UND/F1/C2/A2   1833 - 1894
Low Table ledgers
containing students' debit and credit accounts, including battels and other sums due for such as laundry, repairs and tuition fees. The volumes are generally organised as annual accounts for each student, with some cross-referencing to the next volume, especially in the early volumes which also generally have indexes of students. However, in the 1870s and early 1880s, accounts for all of a student's time are recorded together, hence the date overlaps of these volumes.
There are four separate sequences of these volumes, each lettered, with a volume J [1847-1848] of the second series being missing since at least 1972. The lettering is retained in the present numbering sequence.

Continued by UND/F1/C2/A7 below.
UND/F1/C2/A2/1A   1833 - 1836

UND/F1/C2/A2/1B   1836 - 1840

UND/F1/C2/A2/1C   1838 - 1840

UND/F1/C2/A2/2A   1840

UND/F1/C2/A2/2B   1840 - 1841

UND/F1/C2/A2/2C   1840 - 1842

UND/F1/C2/A2/2D   1842 - 1843

UND/F1/C2/A2/2E   1843 - 1844

UND/F1/C2/A2/2F   1844 - 1845

UND/F1/C2/A2/2G   1845 - 1846

UND/F1/C2/A2/2H   1846 - 1847

UND/F1/C2/A2/2K   1848 - 1849

UND/F1/C2/A2/2L   1849 - 1850

UND/F1/C2/A2/2M   1850 - 1859
Castle Low Table ledger letter M for 1850-1851. Then reused as a Cosin's Hall account book:
Cosin's Hall students' accounts 1858-1859.
Cosin's Hall beer account 1859.
Cosin's Hall [housekeeper's] account 1859.

UND/F1/C2/A2/3A   1851 - 1852

UND/F1/C2/A2/3B   1852 - 1853

UND/F1/C2/A2/3C   1853 - 1857

UND/F1/C2/A2/3D   1857 - 1865

UND/F1/C2/A2/3E   1864 - 1870

UND/F1/C2/A2/3F   1870 - 1878

UND/F1/C2/A2/3G   1876 - 1882

UND/F1/C2/A2/3H   1880 - 1885

UND/F1/C2/A2/3J   1884 - 1886

UND/F1/C2/A2/4A   1886 - 1889

UND/F1/C2/A2/4B   1888 - 1891

UND/F1/C2/A2/4C   1891 - 1894

UND/F1/C2/A3   1839 - 1886
Low Table Battels books.
Annual accounts of each students' weekly battels.

UND/F1/C2/A3/1   1839 - 1842

UND/F1/C2/A3/2   1842 - 1846

UND/F1/C2/A3/3   1846 - 1849

UND/F1/C2/A3/4   1850 - 1853

UND/F1/C2/A3/5   1853 - 1861

UND/F1/C2/A3/6   1862 - 1871

UND/F1/C2/A3/7   1871 - 1883

UND/F1/C2/A3/8   1883 - 1886

UND/F1/C2/A4   1842 - 1894
High Table ledgers
containing senior members' debit and credit accounts, including battels and other sums due for such as laundry and repairs. The volumes are lettered with the first surviving one being ‘B’ indicating an earlier volume did once exist.

UND/F1/C2/A4/1   1842 - 1845

UND/F1/C2/A4/2   1846 - 1849

UND/F1/C2/A4/3   1850 - 1861

UND/F1/C2/A4/4   1861 - 1866

UND/F1/C2/A4/5   1884 - 1894

UND/F1/C2/A5   1850 - 1926
High Table battels books
labelled as ‘butler's high table ledgers’ from No.2 onwards. Termly accounts.

UND/F1/C2/A5/1   1850 - 1853

UND/F1/C2/A5/2   1886 - 1892

UND/F1/C2/A5/3   1892 - 1901

UND/F1/C2/A5/4   1901 - 1910

UND/F1/C2/A5/5   1910 - 1922

UND/F1/C2/A5/6   1922 - 1926

UND/F1/C2/A6   1898 - 1961
General ledgers, detailing all aspects of running the college.

A ledger for 1912-1921 was reported as being sold to an antiquarian book dealer in 1997.
UND/F1/C2/A6/1   1898 - 1899

UND/F1/C2/A6/2   1899 - 1900

UND/F1/C2/A6/3   1903 - 1907

UND/F1/C2/A6/4   1907 - 1912

UND/F1/C2/A6/5   1926 - 1931
Covers University and Hatfield Colleges.

UND/F1/C2/A6/6   1946 - 1961

UND/F1/C2/A6/7   1946 - 1974, mostly 1969-1974

UND/F1/C2/A7   1905 - 1931
Battels journals, termly listings of each student's accounts for such as commons, wine, rooms, service and gas, public fines, detriments, subscriptions, term certificates and college composition fees. 2 is little used as a new volume had to be started when Hatfield had to be accounted for as well from 1926.

The series is effectively a continuation of UND/F1/C2/A2 above.
UND/F1/C2/A7/1   1905 - 1923

UND/F1/C2/A7/2   1924 - 1926

UND/F1/C2/A7/3   1926 - 1931
Covers University and Hatfield Colleges.

UND/F1/C2/A8   1851 - 1885
Bursars' bank pass books; 2-4 are pass books for the bursars' accounts with Jonathan Backhouse & Co's bank, Durham and 5 is W.K. Hilton's pass book for his private account with the same bank.

UND/F1/C2/A8/1   1851 - 1858

UND/F1/C2/A8/2   1872 - 1879

UND/F1/C2/A8/3   1879 - 1883

UND/F1/C2/A8/4   1883 - 1885

UND/F1/C2/A8/5   1878 - 1885

UND/F1/C2/A9   1833 - 1840
Students' caution money account book.

UND/F1/C2/A10   1877 - 1883
Room rents account book, labelled ‘Furniture book’.
Accounts for rooms 1-47 in room order.

UND/F1/C2/A11   1851 - 1873
Accounts for Cosin's Hall.

For more Cosin's Hall student accounts 1858-1859, see UND/F1/C2/A2/2M above.
UND/F1/C2/A11/1   1851 - 1859
Cosin's Hall account book with credit and debit accounts for the running of the hall.

UND/F1/C2/A11/2   1857 - 1873
Cosin's Hall student battels 1857-1864.
At the back are the bursar's termly receipts and expenditure accounts and general accounts 1870-1873.

UND/F1/C2/A12   1850 - 1853
Senior Common Room wine account book.
Daily records of individual consumption of port, sherry, brandy, hock and madeira.

UND/F1/C2/A13   1884 - 1959
Wine stock books
recording termly quantities held and used of claret, sherry, whisky, hock, port, brandy, madeira, rum and liqueurs.

UND/F1/C2/A13/1   1884 - 1941

UND/F1/C2/A13/2   Michaelmas 1941 - Easter 1959
Includes Hatfield College 1941-1949 and Lumley Castle 1954-1959.

UND/F1/C2/A14   1861 - 1866
Visitors fees account book
Recording the teaching of ?non-college members. With some notes of private tradesmen's accounts. Largely unused.

UND/F1/C2/A15   1907 - 1926
Housekeeping account book
Titled ‘Mrs Haley’.

UND/F1/C2/A16   1889 - 1897
Ledger of termly accounts of receipts and expenditure, with annual summaries.

UND/F1/C2/A17   1920 - 1927
Bursar's ledger of alphabetically arranged college accounts for members and activities, including such as college dinner, and also university organisations.

UND/F1/C2/A18   1905 - 1964
Bursar's journals
Includes Hatfield College 1934-1949.

UND/F1/C2/A18/1   1905 - 1923

UND/F1/C2/A18/2   1923 - 1934

UND/F1/C2/A18/3   1934 - 1954

UND/F1/C2/A18/4   1954 - 1959

UND/F1/C2/A18/5   1959 - 1964

UND/F1/C2/A19   February - April 1897
Bursar's petty cash book
Mostly unused. With inserted letters about paying off debts from:
George Fancourt Bell 1897 (1)
W. Priest 1898 (1)
Leslie Blackburn 1929-1930 (4)

UND/F1/C2/A20   2 September 1833 - March 1840
Bursar's memorandum book or “waste book” of Rev Luke Ripley detailing his daily actions, payments, and receipts, things done and to be done, particularly during the first term of Michaelmas 1833 [in Archdeacon's Inn on Palace Green], including: hiring staff; ordering furniture, cutlery, bedding, equipment, and supplies; assigning students' rooms and advising on admissions; notes of letters received and sent; receipts of admission fees; notes of menus. From December 1833 for about a year, there are notes of entries [also appearing in] cash, petty cash and letter books. The volume then increasingly comprises termly lists of students, their fines, fees and other payments, with transcripts of some of his out-letters.
Reversed are his accounts for 1833-1834.

Formerly UND/A1/2/1.
Extracts for 1833 are printed and discussed in A.A. Macfarlane-Grieve, “University College in 1833”, Durham University Journal (Vol. XXIV No.5, March 1925), p.253-256 and Edgar Jones, University College Durham A Social History, (Aberystwyth 1996), p.88-95.
UND/F1/C2/A21   1927 - 1971
Terminal fees books, detailing for each student, their fees, battels, scholarships and grants.

For terminal fee information between 1945 and 1957, see the files in UND/F1/C2/A39.
UND/F1/C2/A21/1   1927 - 1930
Terminal fees for University and Hatfield colleges, titled “bursar's memorandum book”.

UND/F1/C2/A21/2   1957 - 1964
Terminal fees, in the order 1963/64, 1962/63, 1957/58-1961/62. At the back are high table and miscellaneous accounts 1947-1962 (also for Hatfield 1947-1949).

UND/F1/C2/A21/3   1964 - 1967
Terminal fees.
At the back are high table and miscellaneous accounts 1962-1967.

UND/F1/C2/A21/4   1967 - 1971
Terminal fees 1967-1971.
High table and miscellaneous accounts 1967-1970.

UND/F1/C2/A22   1931 - 1944
Bursar's memorandum book on scholarships, covering University and Hatfield colleges, listing each term those receiving scholarships and other grants or awards.
Originally used as the University College Exeat Book - see an inscription on the inside cover - but the first 7 pages [with exeats recorded] have been excised. Also on the inside front cover is a note re port purchase in 1917.

UND/F1/C2/A23   1924 - 1933
University College Inventory of furniture, fixtures and fittings (including paintings) in all the rooms in the castle, room by room, drawn up in 1924 with subsequent additions, amendments and repairs noted to 1933.

UND/F1/C2/A24   1910 - 1961
Buttery Stock Book
Includes kitchen stock 1930-1961, coal and firewood stock 1929-1961 and Lumley Castle stock 1947-1961. With separate lists for University and Hatfield colleges for 1949.

UND/F1/C2/A25   1937 - 1959
Provisions account books
Covering University and Hatfield colleges.

UND/F1/C2/A25/1   January 1937 - January 1944

UND/F1/C2/A25/2   1944 - 1959
With loose accounts of stock in hand inserted.

UND/F1/C2/A27   July 1925 - July 1928
Wages Book
With records of employer's and workers' National Insurance contributions.

UND/F1/C2/A28   August 1948 - July 1951
Monthly Salaries and Stipends Book

UND/F1/C2/A29   March 1952 - July 1963
Petty Cash Book

UND/F1/C2/A30   1961 - 1969
Time and Wages Registers
Recording weekly hours worked, overtime, wages, national insurance and income tax, with workers' signatures. 3 series, ? for outdoor/works yard, indoor/hall/kitchen/full-time, and cleaning/part-time staff.

UND/F1/C2/A30/A1   July 1961 - August 1962

UND/F1/C2/A30/A2   August 1962 - August 1963

UND/F1/C2/A30/A3   September 1963 - September 1964

UND/F1/C2/A30/A4   September 1964 - October 1965

UND/F1/C2/A30/A5   October 1965 - November 1966

UND/F1/C2/A30/A6   November 1966 - January 1968

UND/F1/C2/A30/A7   January 1968 - March 1969

UND/F1/C2/A30/A8   March 1969

UND/F1/C2/A30/B1   September 1961 - September 1962

UND/F1/C2/A30/B2   October 1962 - November 1963

UND/F1/C2/A30/B3   November 1963 - December 1964

UND/F1/C2/A30/B4   December 1964 - January 1966

UND/F1/C2/A30/B5   January 1966 - February 1967

UND/F1/C2/A30/B6   February 1967 - May 1968

UND/F1/C2/A30/B7   May 1968 - March 1969

UND/F1/C2/A30/C1   December 1961 - February 1963

UND/F1/C2/A30/C2   February 1963 - March 1964

UND/F1/C2/A30/C3   March 1964 - April 1965

UND/F1/C2/A30/C4   May 1965 - May 1966

UND/F1/C2/A30/C5   May 1966 - June 1967

UND/F1/C2/A30/C6   June 1967 - July 1968

UND/F1/C2/A30/C7   July 1968 - March 1969

UND/F1/C2/A30/D1   1962 - 1963
Wages and overtime sheets for staff.

UND/F1/C2/A31   1938 - 1968
Weekly bills for staff wages

UND/F1/C2/A31/1   12 July 1938 - 2 August 1952
Weekly bills book for University and Hatfield colleges.

UND/F1/C2/A31/2   1963 - 1964
Weekly bills vouchers

UND/F1/C2/A31/3   1967 - 1968
Weekly bills vouchers

UND/F1/C2/A32   1944 - 1963
Ministry of Labour returns of monthly totals of men and women employed.

UND/F1/C2/A33   1962 - 1972
Battels books
recording the daily expenditure by each student and each senior member. Battels for senior members over vacations and students staying up or coming up early are in separate volumes until Michaelmas 1969, and are thence incorporated in the main volumes.

UND/F1/C2/A33/1   Easter 1962

UND/F1/C2/A33/2   Michaelmas 1962

UND/F1/C2/A33/3   Epiphany 1963

UND/F1/C2/A33/4   Easter 1963

UND/F1/C2/A33/5   Michaelmas 1963

UND/F1/C2/A33/6   Epiphany 1964

UND/F1/C2/A33/7   Easter 1964

UND/F1/C2/A33/8   Michaelmas 1964

UND/F1/C2/A33/9   Epiphany 1965

UND/F1/C2/A33/10   Easter 1965

UND/F1/C2/A33/11   Michaelmas 1965

UND/F1/C2/A33/12   Epiphany 1966

UND/F1/C2/A33/13   Easter 1966

UND/F1/C2/A33/14   Michaelmas 1966

UND/F1/C2/A33/15   Epiphany 1967

UND/F1/C2/A33/16   Easter 1967

UND/F1/C2/A33/17   Michaelmas 1967

UND/F1/C2/A33/18   Epiphany 1968

UND/F1/C2/A33/19   Easter 1968

UND/F1/C2/A33/20   Michaelmas 1968

UND/F1/C2/A33/21   Epiphany 1969

UND/F1/C2/A33/22   Easter 1969

UND/F1/C2/A33/23   Michaelmas 1969

UND/F1/C2/A33/24   Epiphany 1970

UND/F1/C2/A33/25   Easter 1970

UND/F1/C2/A33/26   Michaelmas 1970

UND/F1/C2/A33/27   Epiphany 1971

UND/F1/C2/A33/28   Easter 1971

UND/F1/C2/A33/29   Michaelmas 1971

UND/F1/C2/A33/30   Epiphany 1972

UND/F1/C2/A33/31   Easter 1972

UND/F1/C2/A33/32   Michaelmas 1972

UND/F1/C2/A33/V1   July 1962 - January 1966
Vacation Battels

UND/F1/C2/A33/V2   March 1966 - January 1969
Vacation Battels

UND/F1/C2/A33/V3   December 1968 - October 1969
Vacation Battels, largely unused.

UND/F1/C2/A34   1969 - 1972
Drafts for battels entries including lists of those attending meals and laundry bills.

UND/F1/C2/A35   1971 - 1973
Wine chits, stuck on to sheets of paper and sorted into students, Senior Common Room and bar.

UND/F1/C2/A36   1959 - 1963
Lumley Castle electricity accounts.

UND/F1/C2/A37   July 1960 - July 1964 & July 1967 - November 1968
Cash vouchers for the college's food, equipment, stationery, maintenance, repairs and services, including Lumley castle.
Cheques nos 0873-3998, 767761-76800, 0001-1840, 3056-3600, 0001-1050.

UND/F1/C2/A38   1945 - 1949
Ministry of Education and Further Training grants for students at both University and Hatfield colleges, with some correspondence with the recipients.

Closed under the Data Protection Act until 2025.
UND/F1/C2/A39   1945 - 1957
Scholarship files, i.e. correspondence from local authorities and some other organisations relating to L.E.A. awards for students.

For the terminal fees of students 1927-1930 and from 1957, see the registers in UND/F1/C2/A21.
UND/F1/C2/A39/1   1945 - 1950

UND/F1/C2/A39/2   1953 - 1954

UND/F1/C2/A39/3   1954 - 1955

UND/F1/C2/A39/4   1955 - 1956

UND/F1/C2/A39/5   1956 - 1957

UND/F1/C2/A39/6   1952 - 1956

UND/F1/C2/A39/7   1953 - 1956

UND/F1/C2/A40   September 1968 - January 1977
Battels sheets of John Lumsden (SCR member), weekly, monthly and summary, detailing expenses incurred for food, drink, accommodation, laundry, events.

Administrative files
Reference: UND/F1/C2/B
UND/F1/C2/B1   1953 - 1979
Senior Common Room Special Dinners books
Menus and guests lists for judges' dinners, guest and ladies nights.

UND/F1/C2/B1/1   10 February [1953] - 8 December 1964

UND/F1/C2/B1/2   16 February 1965 - 24 February 1979

UND/F1/C2/B2   c.1894 - c.1936
Bursar's and Censor's Book
Comprising notes on college procedures, offices, occasions and financial matters in alphabetical order, with some items stuck in or inserted, including:
College rules as amended November 1913.
Printed letter from W.K. Hilton about ragging and its damage to the university's reputation January 1894.
Canon Quick's morals paper set for collections Christmas 1936.
Letter from C.S. Wallis, principal of St John's College, about a raid on the college by Castle men, 28 November 1920.
Printed rules of the Cottabus Club, with a letter agreeing to its disbandment.
Printed duties of the butler and housemaids.
Printed list of college prizes for exam results.

UND/F1/C2/B3   1906 - 1978
Visitors' books

UND/F1/C2/B3/1   23 January 1953 - 20 May 1957
Students' visitors' book
recording the name and address of visitors (usually female), their host and the date.
At the front are rules about student visitors.

UND/F1/C2/B3/2   10 October 1961 - 18 October 1977
Students' visitors' book
recording the name and address of visitors, their host and the date.
At the front are rules about student visitors.

UND/F1/C2/B3/3   17 March 1955 - 6 July 1976
Castle parties book
for groups visiting the castle, recording the date, name and address of the organisation, number in the party (juniors and adults) and the amount paid.

UND/F1/C2/B3/4   4 July 1975 - 11 August 1978
Visitors' book
recording the date, name and address of visitors, and their car registration number.

UND/F1/C2/B3/5   1906 - 1971
Assize judges' register
Signatures of the judges and marshals staying at the Castle for the assizes, with occasional comments, including a piece by Geoffrey Veale on the last such occasion, October 1971, with the replacement of assizes by crown courts.

UND/F1/C2/B4   27 May 1966 - 27 June 1970
Lumley Castle Exeat Book
Recording the date of departure, student's name, address during absence, and date of return.
With 5 signed exeat slips inserted.

UND/F1/C2/B5   4 October 1972 - 29 June 1973
Graduates' signing-out book

UND/F1/C2/B6   9 December [1981] - 20 February [1986]
Exeat slip book of [tutor] J.C. Lumsden, with receipts of grants of permission to students to be away from college, chiefly before the end of term and after the beginning of term because of the exigencies of long-distance travel.

UND/F1/C2/B7   1941 - 1948
Staff wages file, detailing wages, monthly totals of staff employed, also details of staff, income tax forms, allowances letters, correspondence re rents, pension schemes, gyps' duties, Phoenix Assurance statements of wages, wage sheets with income-tax returns, correspondence re wages, lists of holiday payments.

UND/F1/C2/B8   1946 - 1958
Staff wages and domestic administration file, covering cheque signing, the appointment of a chaplain, dances, Abbey House furniture, tuition fees, college charges, letters from the Colleges Estates Committee, lists of students on teaching practice, correspondence re accommodation for individual students, judges lodgings rents, travel expenses, bus tickets for those in Lumley Castle, heating, survey of Durham Castle room sizes, lists of staff, wage returns for Durham and Lumley, staff appointments.

UND/F1/C2/B9   June 1963 - September 1965
Monthly totals of staff employed by the college.

UND/F1/C2/B10   1967 - 1977
Vacation business file, with details of conferences and numbers of delegates and meals provided.

UND/F1/C2/B11   1974 - 1975
Cleaning file, with details of hours and work carried out.

UND/F1/C2/B12   1974 - 1978
Food costs file.

UND/F1/C2/B13   1885 - 1951
Phoenix Assurance Co insurance policies:
1. Durham University bursar's Fire Policy for the University Boathouse, boats, fixtures and fittings 30 July 1885.
2. Durham University Playing Fields Board of Management Fire Policy for the cricket pavilion and Hilton Cottage 11 October 1929.
3. Durham University Playing Fields Board of Management Employers Indemnity Policy for the groundsmen 26 May 1933.
4. Durham University Playing Fields Board of Management Third Party Insurance Policy for the Racecourse playing fields, pavilion and tennis courts 26 May 1933.
5. Durham University Boat Club committee All Risks Insurance Policy for 8 itemised and valued trophies 8 November 1933.
6. Durham City Boys' Club committee copy Fire Policy for the fixtures and fittings of their rooms at 61 Saddler St, Durham, 16 November 1933, with a copy letter of 7 March 1947.
7. University and Hatfield Colleges' bursar's Employers Indemnity Policy for college clerical staff 5 January 1934.
8. University and Hatfield Colleges' bursar's Employers Indemnity Policy for college domestic servants 14 October 1936.
9. University and Hatfield Colleges' bursar's Employers Indemnity Policy for Lumley Castle 25 January 1947.
10. University College bursar's Employers Liability Policy 13 December 1950.
11. Particulars of new, cancelled or renewed policies 31 January 1951.

UND/F1/C2/B14   13 April 1933 - 11 October 1962
Phoenix Assurance Co reports of examinations of boilers, steam receivers and lifts at Durham Castle, Cosin's Hall, Hatfield College and Lumley Castle.

UND/F1/C2/B15   1905 - 1942
Agreements:
1. National Telephone Co agreement for the Castle 19 October 1905.
2. Memorandum of an agreement to let the Show Field part of the Racecourse Ground by the Council of Durham Colleges to Evans Amusements (England) Ltd for the Durham Miners Gala for 1932-1934, 15 December 1931, with a covering letter dated 19 March 1934 discussing the renewal of the lease for 1935-1937.
3. Agreement between the governing body of St Chad's Hall and the joint governing body of University and Hatfield Colleges for the tenancy of 17 North Bailey: St Chad's to retain two libraries and a secretary's room, the rest to be accommodation for University and Hatfield, 1 December 1942, with details of the administration of the arrangement, with a covering letter from Ferens, mentioning an inventory (not present) and commenting on E.L. Burton's departure as treasurer of Durham Colleges, 23 December 1942.

UND/F1/C2/B16   1946 - 1979
Licences:
1. Licence for the celebration of baptisms in the Castle chapel 5 December 1946.
2. Two radio licences for the maids sitting rooms in University and Hatfield Colleges 8 June 1949.
3. Renewal of a justices' licence to David Watson to sell alcohol at Durham Castle 6 June 1979.

UND/F1/C2/B17   [1949] - 1962
Accident book

UND/F1/C2/B18   1913 - 1918
Hilton Memorial Fund cash and pass books
With bills inserted, including October 1914, of C.E. Kempe and Co of Nottingham for “A three-light transomed window of stained glass shewing figures of Simeon with the Holy Child in his arms, St. John & St. Luke in the upper lights.; and the Prophets Isaiah, Jeremiah & Zechariah, in the lower lights” in the south side of the chapel as the “Hilton” memorial window.

UND/F1/C2/B19   1937 - c.1940
Lists:
1. Contents of the “Bursar's Safe Drawer”, mostly insurance policies, 29 January 1937.
2. List of trophies of Durham Corporation, Durham Colleges and University College [held at University College], on the back of a dinner seating plan, c.1940.

UND/F1/C2/B20    c.1960
Price list of Gray & Son Ltd, robe makers, of Durham, for University College and Durham University items of clothing. Printed.

Size: 215 x 315mm
UND/F1/C2/B21   1969
Festival of Flowers by the Floral Arrangement Association of Durham and Northumberland held in Durham Castle 4-6 July 1969 in aid of the floodlighting of the Castle. 2 cash books with 3 files containing agendas and minutes of the committee, bills, accounts, invites, flyers, the printed brochure with draft texts, poster, correspondence about the festival and orders for slides and prints, and boxes of 134 x 35mm colour slides of the castle and the flowers with two versions of a typescript commentary with a form for hiring the 1 hour show.

UND/F1/C2/B22   [1943 - 1987]
Card index register of staff employed at Durham Castle and Lumley Castle, usually detailing name, address, occupation, date born, date started, date left and National Insurance number. (Most of letters C and D missing).

UND/F1/C2/B23   1929, 1965 - 2007
Programmes for concerts held in the Castle:
The Thirty Club, 17 June 1929
Edinburgh Quartet, 1965
Susan Bradshaw piano, Josephine Nendick mezzo-soprano, Thomas Gligoroff piano, 1965
Northern Sinfonia Orchestra, conductor Boris Brott, 1966
Park Lane Ensemble, 1966
John Alldis Choir, 1966
The Purcell Consort, 12 November 1967
John Alldis Choir Octet, 27 October 1968
Music Group of London, 5 November 1972
The English Concert, 11 November 1973
St James's Group of Newcastle, 22 April 1979 (also in Gosforth), poster
Durham Polyphony, 30 November 2007
Eton Choral Course 5, 13 August 2013

UND/F1/C2/B24   [c.1970]
Programmes for concerts held elsewhere:
Lieder in the Music School, 6 December [c.1970].

UND/F1/C2/B25   1954 - 1979
Fire Insurance Policies, with correspondence.

UND/F1/C2/B26   April 2005
Durham Castle Conservation Plan, prepared for Estates and Buildings by John Warren, describing the current position and a series of policies

UND/F1/C2/B27   [1987]
“Report to the Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England in support of an application for a grant towards the cost of the repair of the castle at Durham”, by P.A Boobyer, A.E. Cartmell and D.H. Jones, including plans and photographs.

Formerly: L+728.81 DUR/BOO
UND/F1/C2/B28   2010 - 2013
Posters for events in the Castle:
Medium Aevum “The Medieval Library”, 6 November 2010
Medium Aevum “The Ends of Story-telling”, 19 May 2012
A Future for Classical Music, Sir Thomas in conversation with Jeremy Dibble, 20 November [2013]
The Art of Egyptian Tentmakers, 29-31 March 2014
Castle tours, 30 March [2014]

UND/F1/C2/B29   1945 - 1967
VIP visits correspondence, programmes, seating plans etc:
1. Admittance of Anthony Eden and Alderman F.W. Goodyear as honorary freemen, 4 October 1945.
2. Visit of Princess Elizabeth, 23 October 1947.
3. Visit of Clement Attlee Prime Minister, April 1949.
4. Visit of Clement Attlee Prime Minister for the miners' gala, July 1949.
5. Visit of Norwegian mayors, 4/5 November 1949.
6. Visit of Princess Margaret, 19 May 1951.
7. Visit of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother to open St Mary's College, 4 May 1953.
8. Visit of the Crown Prince of Japan, May 1953.
9. Visit of David Eccles, Minister of Education, October 1955.
10. Visit of Queen Elizabeth II, 27 May 1960.
11. Distribution of Royal Maundy by Queen Elizabeth II, 23 March 1967.

UND/F1/C2/B30   1984 - 2002
VIP visits correspondence:
1. Princess Anne, 4 April 1984.
2. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, 11 September 1985.
3. Duchess of Kent and the opening of Teikyo University in Durham, 24 April 1990.
4. Queen Elizabeth II and Philip Duke of Edinburgh, 28 November 1991.
5. European Agricultural Ministers, May 1998.
6. Charles Prince of Wales, 2 July 1998.
7. Queen Elizabeth II and Philip Duke of Edinburgh, 8 May 2002.

UND/F1/C2/B31   1985 - 1989
Promotion, use of the Castle in TV and radio programmes and its appearance in advertising, correspondence and bills.

UND/F1/C2/B32   1991
Durham Castle Appeal press release and information.

UND/F1/C2/B33   2003
Repair of Fabric condition survey, preliminary proposals for repair, estimates of cost and phased programme of repair, by Stringer and Jones architects.

UND/F1/C2/B34   1989 -1992
Register of Members Appeal, correspondence and forms about getting former castlemen to register for an appeal, with examples of literature used by St John's College and Liverpool university.

UND/F1/C2/B35   1981 - 1988
Heating Cost - District Heating Scheme 1, correspondence and bills with some flyers for equipment and minutes of an energy committee.

UND/F1/C2/B36   1988 - 1997
Heating Meters, correspondence, bills and plans, including a plan of the pipes running around Palace Green from Hatfield bolier house.

UND/F1/C2/B37   1988 - 1994
Computer Accounts Systems, specifications by Xavier Gunner and Nigel Ellis, with agreements and correspondence.

UND/F1/C2/B38   1988 - 1989
Computerised Booking System for Commercial Activities supplied by Dacoll, specification and correspondence, with a TMS User Guide for a Dacoll 328 VDU.

UND/F1/C2/B39   1989
Computer Room, correspondence, invoices and agreements about procuring Amstrads for a computer room, and a survey on undergraduate computer ownership.

UND/F1/C2/B40   1994 - 1999
Innsite, correspondence about the acquisition of the LANmark sales and catering management system, backups, university computer networking, payments to the college computer officer and a draft for a website.

UND/F1/C2/B41   1982 - 1996
VAT, correspondence, reports and guidance on especially the charging of VAT on SCR members' meals.

UND/F1/C2/B42   1990 - 1996
Investments, correspondence and accounts.

UND/F1/C2/B43   1979 - 1982
The University Special [Financial] Contribution to University College, correspondence and reports.

UND/F1/C2/B44   1962 - 1975
John Loveday Prizes, Chaplain's Reading Prize then Classics Prize, correspondence about setting up the prizes in 1962 and 1965, especially with Loveday's brother the bishop of Dorchester, and their administration.

UND/F1/C2/B45   1950 - 1967
Skene Bursary Fund, correspondence about establishing and administering it.

UND/F1/C2/B46   1955 - 1998
Blakiston Trust Fund (established in 1944 under the terms of Dr H.E.D. Blakiston's will with money given to the bishop and dean of Durham to contribute towards the repair, furniture and objects of art of Durham Castle), correspondence about the fund's expenditure, especially on pianos.

UND/F1/C2/B47   1998 - 1999
Margot Fonteyn Fund, correspondence about the fund and spending it.

UND/F1/C2/B48   1983 - 1999
Leonard Slater Fellowship, correspondence with current and incoming fellows, and about recruitment.

UND/F1/C2/B49   1985, 1987, 1997
Pemberton Fellowship, correspondence with fellows.

UND/F1/C2/B50   1991 - 1992
Food Safety, including correspondence about dealing with the implications of the Food Safety Act 1990, with a copy of the Act's “Code of Practice No.9: Food Hygiene Inspections” , the “HCIMA Technical Brief Sheet No.21 Food Hygiene (Amendment) Regulations 1990 and 1991” and R.A. Sprenger's The Food Hyigene Handbook (5th edition, 1989).

UND/F1/C2/B51   March 1982 - November 1983
Michael James Music Trust, correspondence about a possible scholarship at University College.

UND/F1/C2/B52   1978 - 1999
Chaplain and Solway Fellow, ad hoc committee papers re their appointment, with correspondence and particulars.

UND/F1/C2/B53   1988 - 1998
Bursar's file of correspondence re: donation by a Castleman, a legacy, works on the screen doors, servery fire precautions, swotting bluebottles and thereby breaking an SCR window, SCR furniture maintenance, SCR food and financial support to the college, refurbishment of the Senate Room, the role of the SCR, carol singing, payment for the master's portrait, duties of a resident don, SCR accommodation charges, weddings, room capacities, an electric piano for the Norman chapel, tourist income, the storage area in the JCR courtyard, the college grace, and fabric repairs.

UND/F1/C2/B54   July 1993
“Planning Document for Durham Castle Disaster Plan” by Rebecca McDowell

UND/F1/C2/B55   1981 - 1982
Tableware for the SCR, correspondence and estimates re ordering.

UND/F1/C2/B56   September 1998 - February 1999
Survey of the castle by Smiths Gore, minutes, correspondence and bills.

UND/F1/C2/B57   July 1993 - May 1996
Programme of repair works to the castle, correspondence and Stringer and Jones' report of “Repair of fabric proposals for Phase 3 Keep roof and Buttery roof” of July 1993 with a February 1996 revision.

UND/F1/C2/B58   October 1990 - October 1993
Archaeology work in Fellows Garden, reports and correspondence.

UND/F1/C2/B59   June 1994 - January 2006
Archaeology work in the Master's Garden correspondence.

UND/F1/C2/B60   November 1989 - July 1994
Castle Fundraising Group re repairs, minutes and papers for its meetings, drafts of an appeal brochure (UND/F1/G6) and correspondence.

UND/F1/C2/B61   1993
Rooms, lists of with some correspondence.

UND/F1/C2/B62   June 1909, March 1920 - February 1928
Correspondence between the bursar (Lowe then Macfarlane-Grieve) and the under-sheriff of Durham J.G. Wilson over an increase to the amount to be paid for the lodgings used by the assize judges, and also about the ownership of the furniture in the lodgings, including:
- letter of 28 June 1909 from Wilson to the master about having copies made of letters about the judges lodgings from Auckland Castle.
- draft written on the back of a 1920 Matriculation exam paper with questions about I and II Samuel and St John's Gospel.
- account for putting up the judges 5 March 1920.
- letter of 25 January 1924 from J.G. WIlson about possibly using Cosin's Hall for the judges and/or developing the bishop's stable site.
- copy correspondence and memorials of 1836-1837 about establishing the original arrangment for the judges to continue to use rooms in the Castle after its handover to the university by the bishop, with the Treasury funding the furniture for them with a letter of 1 March 1924 from T. Chadwick, auditor of sheriff's accounts, sending them to the under sheriff
- copy 1836 inventory of Bishop Van Mildert's furniture in the Castle.
- note of 12 July 1946 sending the file to the treasurer of Durham Colleges, asking for its “return in due course”.

UND/F1/C2/B63   February 1927 - May 1935
Correspondence with the bursar (Macfarlane-Grieve) from especially the under-sheriff's office and also the Royal Courts of Justice about the provision of and payment for accommodation for judges in the castle.

UND/F1/C2/B64   1927 - [c.1970]
Correspondence and papers about the castle's fabric and grounds:
1. Letter from Council's secretary banning the use of rooms in part of the castle, 11 November 1927
2-3. Letters from the Durham Colleges treasurer about repairs near the bishop's rooms and enhancing the heating, 30 March & 4 April 1935
4. List of shrubs planted on the North Terrace and the Fellows' Garden, 18 November 1942
5-6. Papers re the decoration of the Senior Common Room, November 1949
7-17. Correspondence about repairing and repainting the armorials around the courtyard, October 1958 - November 1962
18-21. Paper about a proposed barbican building with a letter giving the library's reaction reciting a similar earlier proposal in 1879, 26 November 1962
22-23. Memorandum by Arthur Hutchings re the state of the Great Hall, 2 July 1963
24-25. Correspondence of G.G. Pace re a proposed alteration at the foot of the Black Staircase, May 1965
26. Correspondence with the county planning office re altering chimneys and chapel lighting, October-November 1969
28-31. “Suggestions for rearrangements on Black Stairs etc” [by A.I. Doyle] [c.1970]
32-33. Draft for a circular to all college members on the care of its fabric [c.1970]
34-35. Copy of John Lambert's 1796 plan of the castle identifying different dates of building
36. Printed fragments removed from the packing of Senate Room shutters' hinges 7 November 2000

UND/F1/C2/B65   January - August 1982
Energy conservation survey of student rooms carried out by the department of Engineering, with correspondence.

UND/F1/C2/B66   December 1990 - January 1991
Correspondence with Durham City Council re the Community Charge.

UND/F1/C2/B67   1926 - 1939
Correspondence of Macfarlane-Grieve as bursar:
1-6. With Muriel Meachan and Dr Pemberton re the sending down of J.H. Walker and L. Blackburn, June 1926
7-8. From Durham Colleges treasurer and secretary re regulations and rates for visitors to the castle, September & November 1926
9-12. Report on the domestic management of University and Hatfield colleges [1927]
13. From the Durham Colleges secretary detaiing terminal fees, 1 March 1927
14-15. From Barclays Bank Durham re securities held for Castle Clubs, 26 April 1929
16. From Martins Bank Durham re the Lowe Library account, 20 October 1937
17-18. From the Durham Colleges treasurer re the presentation of a photo of F.W. Ritson, April-May 1938
19. Printed circular for a memorial to the late J.H.Gow, [November 1938]
20-22. From E.P. Pestle and the Durham Colleges treasurer re the Castle War Memorial Fund, November-December 1938
23. From Durham Colleges treasurer giving permission to purchase dust-sheets, 26 January 1939
24. From Bishop Hensley Henson re his charges for the recent ordination, 25 April 1939

UND/F1/C2/B68   1979 - 1994
Correspondence:
From David Williams of Durham City Philatelic Society: special postmark for the castle 15 September 1979
From A. Matthewson Estates and Buildings Building Surveyor: price for a tapestry batten, 22 December 1986
To Mr Gibson: photograph for a leaflet, 10 February 1988
From Bryan Dovey National Security Adviser MGC: advice on security, 25 March 1988
To Sara Menguc of Andre Deutsch: image of the Sir George Jeffreys painting, 2 December 1988
From K. Swales, City of Durham director of Technical Services: archaeological monitoring, 16 March 1992
To A.I. Doyle: screwing of a notice to a medieval gate by Estates and Buildings staff, 19 August 1994

Buildings Files
Reference: UND/F1/C2/C
UND/F1/C2/C1   February 1965 - February 1999
Floodlighting, of the castle exterior, the courtyard and barbican, minutes of meetings, plans, proposals, reports and correspondence.

UND/F1/C2/C2   November 1977 - March 1992
Monyers Garth, correspondence re the student accommodation and workshop usage, and plans for possible conversion for student accommodation.

UND/F1/C2/C3   October 1979 - May 1999
Moatside Court, correspondence, estaimates, bills and plans for maintenance work on fire precautions, damp, flooidng, heating, carpeting, locks, lighting, a new staircase and relations with the adjacent public house (Buffalo Head/Brewer and Firkin/Shakespeare).

UND/F1/C2/C4   May 1988 - July 1993
Gatehouse, reports, plans, meeting minutes and correspondence with Dennis Jones and English Heritage, including the “Submission for Listed Building Consent to Repair Fabric” of 21 July 1988.

UND/F1/C2/C5   February 1990 - December 1999
Fellows Garden Building, reports, plans, meeting minutes, correspondence, and BW photos of the area before development.

UND/F1/C2/C6   July 1993 - November 1995
Garden Stairs, correspondence, bills and catalogues re the provision of the Solo furniture range by Ellis Furniture of Huddersfield, also correspondence re sound-proofing.

UND/F1/C2/C7   July 1995 - April 1996
Undercroft JCR Bar, correspondence, plans and minutes of meetings.

UND/F1/C2/C8   December 1995 - May 1998
Lowe Library extension, plans, meeting minutes, correspondence, bills, including archaeological assessment of the wine cellar August 1996, and also paperwork for the Lowe Library Appeal.

UND/F1/C2/C9   September 1998 - February 1999
Courtyard screens, plans and correspondence.

UND/F1/C2/C10   December 1998 & September 2000
West Courtyard phase 2 project, preliminary sketch proposals by Dennis Jones December 1998 and contract bills September 2000.

Chaplain
Reference: UND/F1/C3
Dates of creation: 1956 - [1976]
UND/F1/C3/A1   [1976]
The Tapestry Kneelers in the Tunstal Chapel
being a record of the making of 69 kneelers for the chapel recording who made how many and their connection with the college, and the dedication of the kneelers on six occasions 1968-1973. The book was lettered by Robin Mills of University College.

Presented by Robin Mills [1976]; transferred to Palace Green Library by Dr Richard Higgins 10 August 2005, Acc No Misc.2005/2006:14.
UND/F1/C3/C1   15 October 1999
Appointments of chaplains
Licensing of Ben J Gordon-Taylor 15 October 1999

UND/F1/C3/D1   Michaelmas 1974 - Easter 2014
Chapel term cards:
Michaelmas 1974
Michaelmas 1975
Epiphany 1977
Easter 1987
Michaelmas 1998
Michaelmas 2001
Michaelmas 2009
Michaelmas 2010
Easter 2013
Epiphany, Easter 2014

UND/F1/C3/D2   1954 - 1993
Chapel special service papers:
Christmas 1954
Advent 1956
Advent 1970
Ash Wednesday 1971
A.A. Macfarlane Grieve memorial 24 April 1971
C.C. Abbott memorial 10 November 1971
Advent 1971
Ash Wednesday 1972
Advent 1973
Advent 1974
Advent 1976
Advent 1981
Advent 1983
J.B. Skemp memorial 29 January 1993

UND/F1/C3/D3   February 2005 - December [2013]
Chapel Choir concert programmes:
Vaughan Williams and Haydn, February 2005.
Vaughan Williams, 25 February 2006.
Advent by Candlelight, 2 December 2011
J S Bach, B Minor Mass, 19 April 2013, with programme.
Charpentier, Requiem, 31 October [2013].
Nine Lessons and Carols, 10 December [2013].

UND/F1/C3/D4   [c.1980] - [2012]
Programmes for outside groups performing in the chapel:
Jonathan Newell, organ recital, [c.1980].
Nicholas Gleed, organ recital, [c.1980].
Stephen Enock, organ recital, [c.1982].
St James's Choral Society, Judas Maccabaeus, 20 March [2001].
Felicity Rogers and Robin Thodey, lute and guitar songs, 14/15 May 2011.
Jonathan Clinch, organ recital, 25 October [2012].
David Fuller and Jonathan Clinch, readings from John Donne and organ works by William Byrd, 21 November [2013]

UND/F1/C3/D5   [c.December 2013]
Carols from Castle the Chapel Choir of University College, recorded in the chapel of St Bede, with an insert detailing the carols and listing the choir members, with an image of the choir

UND/F1/C3/D6   [c.2010]
Chapel service papers:
Ash Wednesday Service of Holy Communion with Imposition of Ashes
Compline (Traditional version)

UND/F1/C3/D7   Easter 2014
Chapel choir music schedules listing all the music performed for each service:
Easter term 2014.

Vice-Master/Lumley Castle
Reference: UND/F1/C4
Dates of creation: 1945 - 1961
These records are the files of two vice-masters: first, Leonard Slater, who kept his files well-ordered and numbered, and then William A. Prowse, who was not so assiduous. Their files cover the initial fitting out of Lumley Castle for student accommodation and then its maintenance as such, the staff employed there, the frequent use of the building for courses and visits during vacations and the administration of the student population. There are also files from Prowse's time as a member of the college's governing body.
The vice-master of the college had charge of Lumley Castle after the college's takeover of the castle to provide extra student accommodation from 1946. The considerable ongoing maintenance costs meant that Lumley was a drain on the college's finances and the arrangement with the earl of Scarbrough was ended in the summer of 1970 when the college's students were reunited around Palace Green.
Slater formerly numbered his files (A4-12) as 1LC (for building matters) or 2LCS (for student affairs) and then a letter code; Prowse did not.

UND/F1/C4/A1   1947 - 1953
Lumley Castle Guidebook, (1953) with draft text and 6 BW photos by Masons and Edis of the castle exterior, dining room, hall, dining room with students eating, common room with students working and a rowing boat on the river.

Another copy of the guidebook is on open access in the Palace Green Library Local Collection at PamL 942.81 LUM.
UND/F1/C4/A2   1945 - 1956
Lumley Castle architect's plans for extensions and alterations to provide for student accommodation, including room arrangements, heating, toilet and sewerage provision, with some correspondence with the architects Oscar Faber of St Albans and, latterly, C. Elgey of Durham.

UND/F1/C4/A3   1946
Lumley Castle initial development work including the fitting out of the castle and staff appointments, with a sale catalogue of furnishings, inventories and a wallpaper sample.

UND/F1/C4/A4   1947 - 1949
Lumley Castle building maintenance and furniture, including boilers.

UND/F1/C4/A5   1949 - 1953
Lumley Castle building maintenance and furniture, including boilers.

UND/F1/C4/A6   1946 - 1953
Lumley Castle general, garden and grounds (tennis courts etc).

UND/F1/C4/A7   1946 - 1949
Lumley Castle extensions and construction, much of it correspondence with Oscar Faber, architects.

UND/F1/C4/A8   1946 - 1950
Lumley Castle various financial and staffing matters, featuring transport and bus tickets.

UND/F1/C4/A9   1950 - 1953
Lumley Castle various financial and staffing matters, featuring transport and bus tickets.

UND/F1/C4/A10   1946 - 1949
Lumley Castle vacation courses administration.

UND/F1/C4/A11   1950 - 1953
Lumley Castle vacation courses administration.

UND/F1/C4/A12   1946 - 1953
Lumley Castle general student matters.

UND/F1/C4/A13   1954 - 1959
Lumley Castle building maintenance and vacation courses, including wine lists.

UND/F1/C4/A14   1946 - 1952
Lumley Castle room lists and student record cards.

UND/F1/C4/A15   1955 - 1961
University College room and tutorial lists, also lists of student officers and clubs and societies representatives, with also some Lumley Castle room lists and student record cards.

UND/F1/C4/A16   1951 - 1957
Lumley Castle building maintenance.

UND/F1/C4/A17   1954 - 1958
Lumley Castle vacation courses administration.

UND/F1/C4/A18   1953 - 1957
Lumley Castle boiler repairs, grants circulars and music room lists.

UND/F1/C4/A19   1954 - 1960
Prowse's vice-master's file of University College governing body minutes, agendas and papers.

UND/F1/C4/A20   1954 - 1959
Prowse's vice-master's file of University College finance committee minutes, agendas and papers, with correspondence re Lumley Castle maintenance.

UND/F1/C4/A21   14 February 1948
Lumley Castle lease, photocopy.

Original: UND/CH1/B211.
UND/F1/C4/A22   January 1947
Lumley Castle valuation for insurance, by Cristie, Manson and Woods Ltd of Stratford Place, London, lisiting and valuing, room by room, the furniture and pictures.

Curator
Reference: UND/F1/C5
UND/F1/C5/1   2000
Correspondence with Castlemen attending the 2000 Reunion about offering, copying and returning photographs, and a list of photographs of college groups as at 14 April 2000, with notes and additions.

UND/F1/C5/2   1983 - 1985
University exhibition [in Palace Green Library], correspondence including re Dr Gibby, picture of the Castle Hall in 1896, Sir James Duff, the exhibition finances, text for the displays, and the university fire engine, with photos of its then state and also in 1903.

UND/F1/C5/3   1995 - 1998
Norman Gallery exhibition, correspondence, text, plans and draft board layouts.

UND/F1/C5/4   1989 - 2001
Archaeological investigations and reports:
Recent work by Martin Leyland, 1989
Fellows Garden by Northern Archaeological Associates, 1991
Lowe Library extension by University of Durham Archaeological Services, May 1997
Excavation of stone shields, June 1998
Barbican and Courtyard by Martin Leyland, March 1999
Drain excavation by Durham City Archaeology, July 2000
Hall Stairs area by Martin Leyland, May 2001
West Courtyard by University of Durham Archaeological Services, October-November 2001
Middle Common Room by University of Durham Archaeological Services, May 2002

UND/F1/C5/5   1993 - 2000
College tutor correspondence, some about former members of college.

UND/F1/C5/6   1983 - 1998
Maltby porcelain service, correspondence and photos; Tunstall chapel east window by C.E. Kempe studio repairs and conservation reports; Tunstall Gallery stained glass panel repair; heraldry information.

UND/F1/C5/7   1924 - 2010
College silver, correspondence, valuations (1924,1959,1971), thefts, conservation and working party/committee minutes.

UND/F1/C5/8   1971 - 2009
Marbles and plaster casts, files of information, correspondence and photos on:
1. general
2. damage and disposal
3. J.R. Fenwick
4. Lucius Verus
5. unknown philosopher
6. William Pitt
7. Rev Hollingsworth
8. Thomas Gisborne
9. Ralph Lindsay
10. Assyrian obelisk
11. Elgin marbles miniatures
12. James Stuart,
13. King George II

UND/F1/C5/9   1966 - 2010
Textiles and tapestries:
1. exhibition of embroidered banners
2,3. conservation of the tapestries
4. carpets in the Octagon
5. tapestry kneelers in the Tunstall chapel

UND/F1/C5/10   1981 - 2010
Furniture, reports, correspondence, estimates and photos, including an inventory by W.T.W. Morgan 23 September 1984, with acknowledgement to David Garlick, and a copy schedule of the furniture in the chapel June 1750 from the Clavering Mss.

UND/F1/C5/11   1933 - 2011
Woodwork, including Lord Crewe's arms and the organ screen, information, reports, correspondence and photos.

UND/F1/C5/12   2008 - 2010
Misericords, stalls and pew ends in the Tunstall chapel, reports and some correspondence

UND/F1/C5/13   1953 -
Arms and armour, with banner, flags, memorials, including correspondence, reports, information and photos.

UND/F1/C5/14   1985 - 2001
Clock, correspondence, bill and photo.

UND/F1/C5/15   1986 - 2003
Piano, correspondence and bills re repair and tuning.

UND/F1/C5/16   1876 - 1886
Chapel organ, subscriptions for the organ's restoration, report on the cathedral old choir organ 1879 by Harrison, correspondence, including letters from Harrison, Philip Armes, and a bank book and cheque book for the organ fund.

UND/F1/C5/17   1920 - 1927
Chapel organ, specification for a new chapel organ by Harrison and Harrison 1920, with a flyer promoting it as a war memorial, with some returns to this appeal and other correspondence and bills.

UND/F1/C5/18   1954 - 1999
Chapel organ, specification for repair by William Hill 1956, correspondence and bills, with also Ian Macdougall's report on his Pemberton fellowship 1998 composing music.

UND/F1/C5/19   1952 - 2011
Norman chapel, correspondence, offprints of articles about the sculpture, drawings, service paper for its rededication 19 February 1953, negatives of photos of its capitals, correspondence about Prof H.A. Nieboer's photos of it.

UND/F1/C5/20   1970 - 2011
Tunstall chapel, plans, 2011 treatment report on the wooden panels, correspondence, including about a rood arm 1985, and information.

UND/F1/C5/21   1970 - 2004
Chapels, chaplains, lists of and correspondence about them. and chapel life and history.

UND/F1/C5/22   1987 - 2010
Hall and Kitchens:
1. Hall wall plans
2. Hall windows correspondence and plans
3. Hall photographs
4. Kitchen photographs
5. Hall and Tunstall Gallery decoration

UND/F1/C5/23   1991 - 1996
Servery and Buttery correspondence and plans.

UND/F1/C5/24   1999 - 2009
Black Stairs, surveys, plans and correspondence.

UND/F1/C5/25   c.1900, 1991 - 1996
Norman Gallery renovations, plans and correspondence (1996), also re hanging a blade there in 1991, and a photo of the gallery c.1900.

UND/F1/C5/26   1979 - 2003
Norman Arch and its renovation, reports, photos, correspondence and a specification for repairs by Ronald Sims of 28 September 1979.

UND/F1/C5/27   1949 - 1950
State Rooms lighting, correspondence, estimates and bills.

UND/F1/C5/28   1949 - 1951
State Rooms reinstatement, Miss Halford's report with subsequent correspondence, estimates, bills, plans and photos.

UND/F1/C5/29   1966 - c.2000
State Rooms, correspondence, reports, plans, bills, photos and a flyer for the bishop's suite.

UND/F1/C5/30   1967 - 1978
State Rooms Sub-Committee (met until c.1972) of the Estates Committee, minutes and some correspondence.

UND/F1/C5/31   1995 - 2003
Senior Common Room decoration, correspondence and photos.

UND/F1/C5/32   1996
Lower Tunstall Gallery, estimate for its use for registration.

UND/F1/C5/33   1951 - 1970
Undercroft, correspondence and estimates for the refitting.

UND/F1/C5/34   1999 - 2000
Labels and display cases, correspondence, sample engraved label, lists of pictures and labels to be produced.

UND/F1/C5/35   1998 - 2004
Museum, correspondence file about queries, the Tunstal memorial, Museum Association subscriptions, the Lowe Library appeal etc.

UND/F1/C5/36   1998 - 2004
Heritage Lottery Fund bid for restoration and access, application, correspondence, and information.

UND/F1/C5/37   1998 - 2003
World Heritage Site, Review of Site Boundary discussion paper November 2003 and Managament Plan first draft October 2002, with correspondence.

UND/F1/C5/38   1986 - c.2000
Photographs, various views of interiors and also closeups of the castle model.

UND/F1/C5/39   1928 - 1971
Inventories and valuations of the principal contents of the castle:
1. Furniture, pictures by T. Wyatt of London, October 1928, revised with tapestries added March 1933.
2. Silver, 30 May 1953, and by Reid of Newcastle, 10 July 1961.
3. State rooms furniture, paintings, silver and plate by Anderson and Garland of Newcastle, 28 May 1971.

UND/F1/C5/40   1988
North-East Museums Service conservation of saddles and pistol holders, a wooden trunk, a wood and iron chest, saddles, armour and armorials: BW photos and conservation cards.

UND/F1/C5/41   1851, 1947 - [c.1970]
Heraldry: 28 August 1851 letter from John N. Bean about heraldry tricking Fawcet's arms; 2 December 1947 letter from C.H. Hunter Blair about when the Lumley flag can be flown; descriptions of the heraldry in the Great Hall and elsewhere.

UND/F1/C5/42   1925 - 1998
Articles etc about the Castle and its fabric:
Depictions and descriptions of the college's arms, and the origin of the college flag, garnered and discussed by Richard Brickstock 19 June 1998
“The Arms and Armour in Durham Castle”, J.B. Twemlow, TAASDN vol.11
Durham Castle, by the bishop of Durham (1928), appeal for the Durham Castle Preservation Fund
Report upon Durham Castle, 24 April 1925, by Francis Fox and W.T. Jones, 8p, with amendments
“Report on the Geology of the Foundations of Durham Castle”, by Arthur Holmes, 3 November 1927, 8f
Durham Castle Reports on the Condition of the Fabric, by Oscar Faber [1927], 12p, with a synopsis of his work, 2 copies
Additional Report from Dr Oscar Faber, 12 June 1928, 4p
Grace Simpson and Victor Hatley, “An Excavation Below Bishop Tunstal's Chapel, Durham Castle”, Antiquaries Journal (XXXIII 1953), p.56-64 offprint
“Some Notes on the Method of Fixing the Maintenance Fee, College Independence and College Finance”, by E.C. Salthouse (1980)
“The Conyers Falchion”
Extract from Sir Timothy Eden's Durham on the Conyers Falchion
Extract from Fordyce's History of Durham on John Buddle
Three ?drafts for a castle guide
Reginald Easthope, “Castle Railway” article, with a letter from David R. Morgan about the railway, 11 April 1983

UND/F1/C5/43   July 1990 - November 1998
North of England Museums Service, correspondence, grant applications, reports and conservation records.

UND/F1/C5/44   May 1986 - July 1998
Museum and Galleries Commission, correspondence and applications re registration, and surveys.

UND/F1/C5/45   [c.1970]
Notes on the history of the master's house in Owengate from university deeds

UND/F1/C5/46   September 1985
Photos of the 23 Group Royal Observer Corps 60th anniversary exhibition held in the undercroft, with a thank you letter from J. Pattinson.

UND/F1/C5/47   May 1988
Report on and letter about the college bell.

UND/F1/C5/48   1997
Printout of the description of the castle from its website.

UND/F1/C5/49   2000
Lists of castle records, including by Adrian Allan

UND/F1/C5/50   May - June 2000
Procedures for work by Estates and Buildings staff and subcontractors.

Plans
Reference: UND/F1/C6
UND/F1/C6/1   August 1933
Scale plan entitled “Durham Castle: plan under ante rooms”, showing servants pantry and various floor levels and stairs, with some [later] annotations and measurements.
Drawing no N8.
scale: ¼ in. to 1 foot

Size: 480 x 650mm
Draft/original of CAS/P21/2.
UND/F1/C6/2   August 1933
Scale plan entitled “Durham Castle: sections under ante room floors”, showing sections A.A and B.B, with some [later] annotations.
Drawing no N9.
scale: ¼ in. to 1 foot

Size: 460 x 760mm
Draft/original of CAS/P21/3.
UND/F1/C6/3   May 1934
Scale plan entitled “Durham Castle: section of Norman and Tunstall Galleries”, showing north terrace, common room, courtyard, with some [later] annotations.
Drawing no N17.
scale: ¼ in. to 1 foot

Size: 660 x 500mm
Draft/original of CAS/P2/3, P16/10 and P22/26.
UND/F1/C6/4   January 1937
Scale plan entitled “Durham Castle. Plan at Tunstall Gallery level showing new positions of tie-bar plates”, showing Tunstall Gallery, SCR, octagon, senate room, chaplain's rooms and servants' pantry, with some pencil annotations.
“A” in top right corner, and Drawing no N26. Annotated 5333-498-94a.
scale: ¼ in. to 1 foot

Size: 640 x 870mm
UND/F1/C6/5   November 1936
Plan entitled “Durham Castle. North Elevation”, with tie beams, cramps, plumb-lines and other works marked up.
“F” in top right corner. Drawing no S19.

Size: 580 x 830mm
Other copies (with no works marked) in CAS/P10/5 and P14/7.
UND/F1/C6/6   [post 15 May 1924]
Scale plan entitled “Durham Castle Restoration”, with datum lines A and B, being a section through the courtyard, well, Great Hall, 17th century building, outer wall, Banks, footpaths and Wear, with the geological layers labelled and coloured. By W.T. Jones, FRIBA, architect, Durham.
“No.3” in top right corner.
scale: 1 in. to 8 feet

Size: 670 x 960mm
Other copies (uncoloured) CAS/P5/5, P5/10, P5/11, P10/22, P17/5, P17/13.
UND/F1/C6/7   February 1934
Scale plan entitled “Durham Castle plan of underpinning north wall of Norman Gallery” showing numbered drifts and a table of dates of their completion May 1934 - May 1935, with annotations and colouring denoting “excavating” and “completed”.
Part copy drawing no 1617/E9.
scale: ¼ in. to 1 foot

Size: 420 x 880mm
Other copies CAS/P2/9-11, P2/19, P31/13.
UND/F1/C6/8   [c.1935]
Scale plan entitled “Super-imposed plans & elevation at east end of Tunstall Gallery” showing stairs.
scale: ¼ in. to 1 foot

Size: 370 x 380mm
UND/F1/C6/9   July 1948
Scale plans of Durham Castle heating system, by Oscar Faber & partners, consulting engineers of 1 Worley Road, St Albans. With some amendments for bathroom and keep room alterations [?1971].
Undercroft. Drawing no 4721/B10.
Principal floor. Drawing no 4721/B11.
1st & mezzanine floors. Drawing no 4721/B12.
2nd & 3rd floors & keep. Drawing no 4721/B13.
Palace Green Library, Old Registry Building/Music Department, Divinity House basement and Library basement. Drawing no 4721/B40.
With 8 further copies of these plans with numbers tippexed out and other numbers added
scale: 1 in. to 16 feet

Size: 505 x 675mm
UND/F1/C6/10   [c.1950]
“Durham Castle. Diagram of Electric Wiring.”

Size: 520 x 755mm
UND/F1/C6/10A   [c.1950]
Copy OS map of the peninsual area, overwritten in red with the cathedral, castle, city and castle walls and gates.

Size: 505 x 320mm
UND/F1/C6/11   January 1952
Scale plan entitled “Proposed students' & maids' rooms The Castle Durham”, being plans at the west courtyard level and above, and the buttery level and above, with a section, with some pencil annotations. By Charles Elgey ARIBA, 7a North Bailey, Durham.
scale: 1in. to 8 feet

Size: 620 x 860mm
UND/F1/C6/12   [January x February 1952]
Scale plan entitled “Proposed adjustment to Castle alterations”, showing plans of part of the west courtyard level and above, and the buttery level. By C. Elgey ARIBA, 7a North Bailey, Durham.
scale: 1/8 in. to 1 foot

Size: 230 x 435mm
UND/F1/C6/13   1953
Scale plan entitled “Proposed Alterations Abbey House Palace Green Durham”, showing basement and ground floor plans with existing and proposed elevations of the wall and gates in front. By C. Elgey ARIBA, 7a North Bailey, Durham.
With a covering note from Elgey to the Master of 4 February 1954.
scale: 1 in. to 8 feet

Size: 540 x 440mm
UND/F1/C6/14   4 November 1953
Scale plan entitled “Proposed Rebuilding & Extension [41 & 42 North] Bailey Houses”, showing ground and first floor plans. By C. Elgey ARIBA, 7a North Bailey, Durham.
scale: 1in. to 8 feet

Size: 520 x 870mm
UND/F1/C6/15   9 February 1954
Scale plan entitled “Proposed Alterations to Cosin's Hall for Durham Colleges”, showing first floor plan (not carried out). By C. Elgey ARIBA, 7a North Bailey, Durham.
scale: 1/8 in. to 1 foot

Size: 220 x 295mm
UND/F1/C6/16   March 1954
Scale plan entitled “Proposed Alterations to 42 North Bailey”, showing plan and section of existing and proposed kitchen, student's room and store. By C. Elgey ARIBA, 7a North Bailey, Durham.
scale: ¼ in. to 1 foot

Size: 440 x 735mm
UND/F1/C6/17   [1955]
Scale plan entitled “Proposed Bathrooms - Castle for Durham Colleges”, showing a plan and section for bathrooms [in Durham Castle Keep]. By C. Elgey ARIBA, 7a North Bailey, Durham.
With covering notes from J.C.R. Fitzgerald-Lombard to the Master of 14 September 1955 on the idea of additional bathrooms and from Elgey to the Master of 7 October 1955 commenting on the window size and the need for artificial light.
scale: ¼ in. to 1 foot

Size: 415 x 250mm
UND/F1/C6/18   [1 November 1955]
Scale plan entitled “Proposed Kitchenette, Garden Stairs - Castle”, showing 1st and 2nd floor plans. By C. Elgey ARIBA, 7a North Bailey, Durham.
scale: 1/8 in. to 1 foot

Size: 205 x 410mm
UND/F1/C6/19   October 1956
Scale plan entitled “Proposed Layout of Kitchen, The Castle, Durham”, showing a plan and section, with some pencil annotations. By C. Elgey ARIBA, 7a North Bailey, Durham.
scale: 1 in. to 4 feet

Size: 500 x 700mm
UND/F1/C6/20   January 1958
Scale plan entitled “Proposed Alterations to Students Rooms The Keep, The Castle, Durham”, showing plans of the keep ground, first and second floors. By C. Elgey ARIBA, 2 North Bailey, Durham.
2 copies, with different annotations and room numberings.
scale: 1 in. to 8 feet

Size: 480 x 950mm
UND/F1/C6/21   March 1958
Plan entitled “ The Castle, Durham City” , showing a plan of the Servants' Hall as existing, with pencil annotations. By C. Elgey ARIBA, 2 North Bailey, Durham.

Size: 355 x 380mm
UND/F1/C6/22   31 March 1958
Scale plan of the principal floor of the Castle, retraced by C.A. Elgey for C. Elgey from an old drawing of c.1775 in the Exchequer Office which was copied 30 August 1858, and [later] marked with the position of floodlights and sensors on the North Terrace.

Size: 515 x 770mm
UND/F1/C6/23   April 1958
Plan entitled “Proposed Offices Layout for the University College, Durham”, showing existing and proposed plans of the Garden Stairs office accommodation. By C. Elgey ARIBA, 2 North Bailey, Durham.

Size: 320 x 470mm
UND/F1/C6/24   1959
Scale plan entitled “Cosin's Hall, Durham” , showing an elevation, with a detailed elevation, plan and section of the doorway. By J.H. Chandler [?student of King's College, Newcastle].
scale: 3/16 in. to 1 foot

Size: 720 x 480mm
UND/F1/C6/25   [c.1960]
Scale plan entitled “Lowe Library, The Castle Durham for University College”, showing plans and sections of the ground floor and gallery level, with some pencil annotations. By Robson and Sons Ltd, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Drawing 1649.
scale: ¼ in. to 1 foot

Size: 550 x 690mm
UND/F1/C6/26   11 April 1960
Scale plan entitled “Proposed Owengate Development” by Thomas Worthington & Sons, architects, Manchester, with pencil annotations, showing
Ground floor plan. O/S/1.
First/second floors plan. O/S/2.
Owengate elevation. O/S/3.
scale: 1/8 in. to 1 foot

Size: 500 x 590mm, 510 x 530mm, 270 x 590mm
UND/F1/C6/27   21 April 1964
Scale plan entitled “Proposed Windows Scheme 1 Extract Duct Scheme 2 Castle "Undercroft"”, showing plans, elevations and sections. Drawn by B. Hart for P.A. Boobyer ARICS, surveyor to the university of Durham.
Drawing no 64/sk/15.
With a covering letter from P.A. Boobyer to the Master of 29 June 1964 discussing costs.
scale: ¼ and ½ in. to 1 foot

Size: 670 x 1000mm
UND/F1/C6/28   23 June 1964 - 16 February 1965
Scale plans for display cases in Tunstall Gallery in mild steel, aluminium or black ebonised mahogany, showing plans, elevations and sections. Drawn by B. Hart for P.A. Boobyer ARICS, surveyor to the university of Durham.
Aluminium cases detail 1. 23 June. 64/E/102A.
Black ebonised mahogany cases detail 2. 24 June 1964. 64/E/103A.
Mild steel cases detail 3. 25 October 1964. 64/E/106.
Hardwood cases detail 4. 15 February 1965. 65/E/111.
With covering letters to the Master from Philip Boobyer of 29 June 1964 explaining the different designs and from B. Hart of 28 August 1964 enclosing a quotation for the cases from Messrs Harris and Sheldon Ltd of Birmingham and explaining the electrical costs.
scale: 1 in. to 1 foot

Size: 665 x 1000mm (plans)
UND/F1/C6/29   22 July 1964
Scale plan entitled “M S Armour Frames. Great Hall. Durham Castle”, showing plan and elevation, and wall bracket detail. Drawn by B. Hart for P.A. Boobyer ARICS, surveyor to the university of Durham.
64/E/104.
scale: 1½ in. to 1 foot

Size: 670 x 1000mm
UND/F1/C6/30   18 September 1964
Scale plan for the conversion of a stable to a double garage in Owengate, with a plan, elevation, sections and location map. Drawn by B. Hart for P.A. Boobyer ARICS, surveyor to the university of Durham.
Drawing no 64/sk/26.
scale: 1/8 in. to 1 foot

Size: 670 x 490mm
UND/F1/C6/31   13 November 1964
Scale plan entitled “Windows to "Undercroft" Durham Castle”, showing plans, elevations and sections. Drawn by B. Hart for P.A. Boobyer ARICS, surveyor to the university of Durham.
Drawing no 64/E/107a.
With a covering letter from P.A. Boobyer to the Master of 19 Noivember 1964 asking for his approval of the plans.
scale: 1/8 & ½ in. to 1 foot

Size: 660 x 1000mm
UND/F1/C6/32   18 - 20 November 1964
Scale plan entitled “Armour Frame Arrangement. Great Hall. Durham Castle.” Drawn by B. Hart for P.A. Boobyer ARICS, surveyor to the university of Durham.
64/E/108.
With a covering letter from P.A. Boobyer to the Master of 20 November 1964 re the ordering and fitting of the racks.
scale: ¼ in. to 1 foot

Size: 680 x 500mm
UND/F1/C6/33   September 1965
Scale plan entitled “Durham Castle: University College: the Black Staircase Proposed Alterations”, showing plan, elevation, section and key plan. By George G. Pace, MA FSA FRIBA, chartered architect, of York.
With a list of comments signed by Pace 27 September 1965.
(Only some parts were implemented, principally not his proposed new entrance to the staircase.)
scale: 3/8 & 1/16 in. to 1 foot

Size: 550 x 580mm
UND/F1/C6/34   January 1966
Scale plans of the Bailey Court development around Bishop Cosin's Hall and in 41 & 42 North Bailey, by David Roberts and Geoffrey Clarke, with pencil annotations.
Overall site plan
Level 1 plan
Level 2 plan
Level 3 plan
Level 4 plan
Elevations (x2)
1/8 in : 1 foot

Size: 295 x 420mm
UND/F1/C6/35   [?1966]
Sclae plans of the 41 & 42 North Bailey development, by David Roberts of 33A Bridge St Cambridge, with pencil annotations:
Overall site plan
Basement plan
Ground floor plan
Typical floor plan
Street facade perspective
Section
Elevation to North Bailey
Elevation to Museum Square
scale: 1/500

Size: 200 x 330mm
UND/F1/C6/36   20 June - 2 August 1966
Scale plans of the Lowe library, its spiral staircase and doors, comprising plans, elevations and sections. Drawn by B. Hart for P.A. Boobyer ARICS, surveyor to the university of Durham.
Staircase, 20 June 1966.
Staircase, 5 July 1966. 66/E/119a.
General arrangement, 2 August 1966. 66/E/120.
scale: ¼ and ½ in. to 1 foot, and full size

Size: 680 x 500mm
UND/F1/C6/37   June 1967
Scale plans of the Bailey Court development including Cosin's Hall, comprising elevations of the Palace Green and North Bailey frontages, sections, and plans of levels 1-4 and the roof. By David Roberts and Geoffrey Clarke architects of 33a Bridge St, Cambridge.
Elevation and Section 1.
Elevation and Section 2.
Elevation and Section 3.
Elevation and Section 4.
Plan level 1.
Plan level 2.
Plan level 3.
Plan level 4.
Plan roof level.
scale: 1/8 in. to 1 foot

Size: 590 x 840mm
UND/F1/C6/38   September 1967
Scale plans entitled “Durham Castle Position of Existing and Proposed New Electrical Distribution Fuseboards and Switchgear” , for the four levels of the Castle. By R.W. Gregory & Partners, consulting engineers of Newcastle.
Basement level. 1587/32/1A.
Ground floor level. 1587/32/2A.
1st floor level and mezzanine. 1587/32/3A.
2nd & 3rd floor levels & keep. 1587/32/4A.
scale: 1/16 in. to 1 foot

Size: 590 x 840mm
UND/F1/C6/39   November 1967 - June 1969
Scale plans of the heating system installed in Cosin Hall by H Fairclough (Heating) Ltd of Durham and Sunderland. Drawn, as fitted, by Cairns & Byles, consulting engineers of 8 Osborne Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, November 1967 with detailed amendments to June 1969.
Calorifier chambers details. 1807/505.
Level 1 pipework details. 1807/6.
Level 1 pipework below floor level & details. 1807/506.
Level 1 & details. 1807/507.
Level 2. 1807/508.
Level 3. 1807/509.
Level 3. 1807/509 with later amendments.
Level 4. 1807/510.
Roof space. 1807/511.
Sections. 1807/512.
Tank rooms. 1807/514.
scale: 1/8 & ½ in. to 1 foot

Size: 800 x 1030mm
UND/F1/C6/40   12 March 1968
Scale plan of a new first floor general office and a bar extension in the undercroft, by P.A. Boobyer, drawing no 68/UC/125.
scale: ¼" & ½" to 1'

Size: 660 x 995mm
UND/F1/C6/41   April 1968
Scale plans of the Bailey Court development (buildings behind and adjacent to Cosin's Hall) by Geoffrey Roberts and David Clarke of 33a Bridge St Cambridge, [job no.] UD3, with revisions to October 1968:
Plan level 1
Plan level 2
Plan level 3
Plan level 4
scale: 1/8 in to 1 foot

Size: 600 x 845mm
UND/F1/C6/42   April 1968
Scale plans of Bishop Cosins Hall development, with pencil annotations and amendments noted to 24 April 1969. By David Roberts and Geoffrey Clarke architects of 33a Bridge St, Cambridge, [job no] UD3:
Cosin's Hall level 1
Cosin's Hall level 2
Cosin's Hall level 3
Cosin's Hall level 4
Study bedroom screens
scale: ¼ in. to 1 foot

Size: 420 x 590mm
UND/F1/C6/42A   [c.1970]
Copy OS map marked with the route of a ?power cable from the castle near the chaplain's suite to adjacent to Cosin's Hall.

Size: 320 x 365mm
UND/F1/C6/43   September 1971 - December 1973 (most August & October 1972)
Scale plans for the Sutton site behind 52-61 Saddler St, bounded also by the bastion, the keep mound and Moatside lane, comprising plans, elevations and sections, by Bernard Taylor & Partners, architects of Manchester.
Copy report on site conditions by Ove Arup, September 1971
Site & location plans. 29 August 1972. SRD/100B.
Plan at level 1. 25 August 1972. SRD/101C.
Plan at level 2. 29 August 1972. SRD/102B.
Plan at level 2. 29 August 1972. SRD/102C.
Plan at level 3. 29 August 1972. SRD/103B.
Plan at level 4. 29 August 1972. SRD/104C.
Plan at level 4. 29 August 1972. SRD/104D.
Plan at level 5. 29 August 1972. SRD/105B.
Plan at level 5. 29 August 1972. SRD/105C.
Plan at level 6. 28 August 1972. SRD/106B.
Plan at level 6. 28 August 1972. SRD/106C.
Conversion of archaeology building to student living sketch design. October 1971. SRD/F200C.
Conversion of archaeology plans. December 1973. SRD/201C.
Conversion of 61 and new 60 Saddler St ground & 1st floor plans. 16 October 1972. SRD/F302B.
Conversion of 61 and new 60 Saddler St ground & 1st floor plans. 16 October 1972. SRD/302E.
Conversion of 61 and new 60 Saddler 2nd & 3rd floor plans, section & elevations to 60. 18 October 1972. SRD/F303B.
Conversion of 61 and new 60 Saddler 2nd & 3rd floor plans, section & elevations to 60. 18 October 1972. SRD/303F.
Conversion of 52 Saddler St proposed plans. 24 October 1972. SRD/F401A.
Conversion of 52 Saddler St proposed plans. 24 October 1972. SRD/401F.
Landscape planting species. 29 August 1972. SRD/11-9A.
Plan at level 1. October 1973. SRD/12-11J.
Plan at level 2. [October 1973]. SRD/12-12E.
Plan at level 3. [October 1973]. SRD/12-13G.
Plan at level 4. [October 1973]. SRD/12-14F.
Plan at level 5. [October 1973]. SRD/12-15F.
Plan at level 6. October 1973. SRD/12-16E.
S Block floor plans, undated.
Found with these plans is a copy of Oscar Faber's 1948 plan of the castle principal floor (4721/B11) marked up with services (electricity, gas, water) coming into the castle.
scale: 1:100, details 1:50

Size: 600 x 850mm
UND/F1/C6/44   16 November 1971
Copy letter, annotated, from G. Collard's office to Messrs David Roberts and Geoffrey Clarke of Cambridge re scaffolding and road closures for the Abbey House work.

UND/F1/C6/45   May & June 1973
Plans for the Lower Tunstall Gallery, by George G. Pace, chartered architect, York; drawings numbered:
6 elevation and section of the gallery May 1973.
7 elevation and section of the gallery June 1973.
8 ceiling detail June 1973.
9 full size details of new radiator covers June 1973.
10 full size plan of the door at the west end June 1973.
11 full size plan for the adaptation of the door at the west end June 1973.
12 details of the adapatation of two door openings in the south wall June 1973.
13 details of reglazing windows June 1973.
14 details of new oak screens June 1973.
15 details of new oak screesn at the east and west ends June 1973.
16 elevations of the screen and door at the west end May 1973.
17 elevations of the central screen May 1973.
18 elevations of the screen and door at the east end May 1973.
19 elevations of the muniments cupboard and wine cellar door May 1973.
20 elevation and plan of the west end door adpated to fit the wine cellar June 1973.
21 electrical scheme June 1973.
22 full size details of special bracket light fittings June 1973.
23 section and elevation of the buttery door May 1973.
24 section, elevation and plan of the east end door for the Buttery door June 1973.
31 section, elevation and plan of the adaptation of screen woodwork for the Buttery door.
33 re-ordering scheme E.
With a draft response from [the master] to the Pace plans.
scale: ½ in. to 1 foot

Size: 380 x 690mm
UND/F1/C6/46   7 & 14 December 1973
Scale plans of the college offices in Bishop Cosin's Hall, by B.H. [Hart] of the university's surveyor's department.
General arrangement ground floor level. 7 December. 73/UC/1.
New entrance door. 14 December. 73/UC/2.
scale: ¼ & ½ in. to 1 foot

Size: 590 x 830mm
UND/F1/C6/47   19 & 21 December 1973
Scale plans of Norman Gallery accommodation, by B.H. [Hart] of the university's surveyor's department.
Existing general arrangement. 19 December. 73/UC/3.
New study bedrooms general arrangement. 21 December. 73/UC/4.
scale: 1/8 in. to 1 foot

Size: 590 x 830mm
UND/F1/C6/48   2 & 7 January 1974
Scale plans of Castle kitchen area rooms, by B.H. [Hart] of the university's surveyor's department.
Existing general arrangment. 2 January. 74/UC/1.
New study bedrooms general arrangement. 7 January. 74/UC/2.
scale: 1/8 in. to 1 foot

Size: 590 x 830mm
UND/F1/C6/49   February 1975
Scale plans of alterations to accommodation in the Castle, Keep, Owengate and Bailey Court, by Spence & Price, chartered architects, of Newcastle.
Norman Gallery, Hall Stairs and Junction Rooms. 426/1, 1A, 1B, 1C.
Keep. 426/2, 2A, 2B.
Owengate and Bailey Court ground floor. 426/3, 3A, 3B.
Owengate and Bailey Court 1st floor. 426/4, 4A.
Owengate and Bailey Court 2nd & 3rd floors. 426/5, 5A.
scale: 1/8 in. to 1 foot

Size: 410 x 590mm
UND/F1/C6/50   March 1975
Scale plan of proposed alterations to provide a self-service counter in the servery, service counter, by Spence & Price, chartered architects, of Newcastle. 415/3B.
scale: 1:50

Size: 415 x 590mm
UND/F1/C6/51   July 1976
Scale plans and schedules of alterations to accommodation in the Castle, Keep, Owengate and Bailey Court, by Spence & Price, chartered architects, of Newcastle.
Norman Gallery, Hall Stairs, Junction rooms, Keep existing accommodation. 426/7.
Owengate & Bailey Court existing accommodation. 426/8.
Norman Gallery, Hall Stairs, Junction rooms, Keep accommodation alterations. 426/9.
Norman Gallery, Hall Stairs, Junction rooms, Keep additional accommodation. 426/10.
Norman Gallery, Hall Stairs, Junction rooms, Keep additional accommodation. 426/10B.
Owengate & Bailey Court accommodation alterations. 426/11.
Owengate & Bailey Court accommodation alterations. 426/11A.
Owengate proposed new windows. 426/12.
Owengate & Norman Gallery door details. 426/13.
Norman Gallery, Hall Stairs, Junction door schedule. 426/14.
Keep, Hall Stairs door schedule. 426/15.
Owengate door schedule. 426/16.
scale: 1/16 & 1/8 in. to 1 foot, details at 1:20 & 1:5

Size: 590 x 835mm & 415 x 590mm
UND/F1/C6/52   [1977]
Scale plan of Castle proposed television room, ground floor level, by B.H. [Hart] of the university's surveyor's department. Annotated by Philip [Boobyer] as “First impression of your Appeal Project”. 77/UC/3.
scale: ¼ in. to 1 foot

Size: 420 x 590mm
UND/F1/C6/53   5 December 1978
Scale plan of Castle Undercroft proposed common room, plan and section, by B.H. [Hart] of the university's surveyor's department. 78/UC/3.
scale: ¼ in. to 1 foot

Size: 590 x 840mm
UND/F1/C6/53A   10 December 1979
Scale plan of a mild steel staircase for the Sutton site, Owengate bastion, by B.H. of the university's surveyor's department. 79/UC/1A.
scale: ¼" to 1'

Size: 595 x 840
UND/F1/C6/54   August & October 1980
Scale plans entitled “West Courtyard Project [phase 1]”, plans, sections, and perspectives by the Blackbell Rooker partnership, chartered architects, Sunderland and Stockton-on-Tees.
Existing plan and section AA. August. 1.
Existing section BB & CC. August. 2.
Proposed ground floor & roof plans. October. 3.
Proposed sections. October. 4.
Perspectives. October. 5.
scale: 1:50

Size: 590 x 840mm
UND/F1/C6/55   August 1984
Scale plan and perspective of refitting the kitchen by Scobie and McIntosh, bakery and catering equipment specialists of Newcastle.
Plan with a table identifying units.
Perspective layout.
scale: 1:20

Size: 590 x 830mm
UND/F1/C6/56   June 1985
Plans and perspectives of possible development of the courtyard, fellows garden and barbican, drawn by Dennis Jones of the Blackbell Rooker partnership of Stainton.
Courtyard, fellows garden and barbican existing general plan.
Courtyard, fellows garden and barbican proposed general plan.
Courtyard general view and details (bins oak screen carried out).
Fellows garden general view.
Barbican general view and section.
Note from the Gardens Advisory Sub Committee inviting comments.

Size: 590 x 830mm & 290 x 410mm
UND/F1/C6/57   February 1986
Plans, elevations and details of a screen for the storage area in the courtyard, drawn by Dennis Jones of Blackbell Rooker partnership of Stainton, contract 5398, drawings 3 and 3A.
scale: 1:20 and 1:5

Size: 595 x 840mm
UND/F1/C6/58   September - October 1989
Scale plans of the Garden Stairs and Gatehouse, showing a proposed Fellows Garden Building and Porters' Lodge, by D.H.J. [Dennis Jones] of Rooker Stringer + Jones, architects, of Stainton, contract 5491.
Existing plan ground floor and Gatehouse 1st & 2nd floors. September. 1.
Existing plan Garden Stairs 1st, 2nd & 3rd floors. September. 2.
Proposed plan Garden Building ground floor & basement, Gatehouse 1st & 2nd floors. October. SK3.
Proposed plan Garden Stairs 1st, 2nd & 3rd floors, Garden Building sections and elevation. October. SK4.
scale: 1:100

Size: 590 x 840mm
UND/F1/C6/59   5 September 1990
Land surveys and setting out plan of the Gatehouse, Barbican and adjacent Fellows Garden and Courtyard, with a legend identifying services and features, by Alan Wilson of Sacriston.
scale: 1:100

Size: 590 x 840mm
UND/F1/C6/60   January 1991
Scale plans of the Garden Stairs and Gatehouse, showing a proposed Fellows Garden Building and Porters' Lodge, plans and elevations, by D.H.J. [Dennis Jones] of Rooker Stringer + Jones, architects, of Stainton, contract 5491, drawings SK12A (preliminary), SK12A and SK13A.
scale: 1:100

Size: 595 x 845mm
UND/F1/C6/61   December 1990 - May 1991
Scale plans entitled “Repair of Fabric Phase 1 Gatehouse”, by Rooker Stringer + Jones, architects, of Stainton. Contract 5525, with some preliminaries, drawings:
1. Elevation south side low level. 21 January (preliminary ) & 24 May 1991.
2. Elevation north side low level. 24 May 1991.
3. Elevation east side low level. 24 May 1991.
4. Elevation west side low level. 24 May 1991.
5. Elevation south side low level 2. 24 May 1991.
6. Elevation south side tower. 24 May 1991.
7. Elevation north side tower. 19 December 1990 (preliminary) & 24 May 1991.
8. Elevation east side tower. 18 December 1990 (preliminary) & 24 May 1991.
9. Elevation west side tower. 24 May 1991.
10. Elevation internal parapets 1. 4 February (preliminary) & 24 May 1991.
11. Elevation internal parapets 2. 24 May 1991.
12. Elevation internal parapets 3. 24 May 1991.
13. Elevation internal parapets 4. 24 May 1991.
14. Elevation west side low level 2. 24 May 1991.
20. Roof plan as existing tower. 10 January (preliminary) 1991.
21. Roof plan as existing east side. 24 May 1991.
22. Roof plan as existing west side. 24 May 1991.
23. Roof plan as proposed tower. 10 January (preliminary) & 24 May 1991.
26. Existing roof construction. 12 March (preliminary) & 24 May 1991.
27. Proposed tower roof gutter sections. 24 May 1991.
scale: 1:20

Size: 590 x 840mm
UND/F1/C6/62   March 1991 - October 1992
Scale plans of proposed Fellows Garden Building, by FH and [R. Atkinson] of Rooker Stringer + Jones, architects, of Stainton, with amendments noted; contract 5491, drawings:
02. Gatehouse floor plans. 8 March 1991.
06. Garden stairs existing plans. 28 June 1991.
07. Garden stairs proposed plans. 28 June 1991.
09. Garden stairs mechanical & electrical. 28 June 1991.
13. [Fellows Garden building] proposed upper floor plan. 28 June 1991.
15. Proposed elevation to fellows garden. 9 July 1991.
16B. Roof plan and details. October 1991.
17E. Dimensioned floor plans. October 1992.
Garden stairs fire alarms, smoke sensors etc, 6 plans.
scale: 1:50 & 1:10

Size: 590 x 840mm
UND/F1/C6/63   2 June 1992
Scale plans entitled “Repair of fabric North Terrace”, drawn by DHJ [Dennis Jones] of Rooker Stringer + Jones, architects, of Stainton; contract 5554, drawings:
1. General plan, elevations/sections.
2. North elevation.
3. Upper roof existing.
4. Lower roof existing.
5. Upper roof proposed.
scale: 1:50 & 1:20

Size: 590 x 840mm
UND/F1/C6/64   [1994]
“Durham Castle Main Plan: Plan A Inner Bailey”, drawn by Martin Leyland for his 1994 Durham PhD thesis “The origins and development of Durham Castle to AD 1217 : the archaeological and architectural record”.
scale: 1:50

Size: 840 x 970mm
UND/F1/C6/65   28 February 1996
Scale plans for the undercroft bar, by Stringer and Jones, architects, of Stainton, contract 5619, drawings:
01. Elevations and sections.
02. Floor plans.
scale: 1:20

Size: 595 x 840mm
UND/F1/C6/66   June - October 1996
Scale plans for the Lowe Library extension, by Stringer and Jones, architects, of Stainton, contract 5630, drawings:
1. Existing plan and sections - relocation of wine existing. June.
2. Proposed plan and sections - relocation of wine proposed. June.
3. Existing plans. August.
4. Existing sections. August.
5. Existing sections. August.
6. Proposed plans. August.
6A. Proposed plans. August.
7. Proposed sections. August.
8. Library shelving details. August.
9. Staircase. August.
10. Alternative staircase. October.
10A. Alternative staircase. October.
0. Location plan.
10. Escape door.
11. Sliding door.
12. Window detail.
13. Ventilation louvre detail.
14. Electrical layout.
15. Electrical layout.
16. Electrical layout.
17. Electrical layout.
18. Heating layout.
19. Heating layout.
scale: 1:20

Size: 595 x 840 & 295 x 420mm
UND/F1/C6/67   February 1998
Scale plan for a new canopy in the courtyard by Estates and Buildings [for congregations].
scale: 1:200

Size: 385 x 570mm
UND/F1/C6/68   11 May & 26 November 1998
Scale plans for a courtyard screen, by Stringer and Jones of Stainton, contract 5619c, originals 11 May with amendments (A) 26 November, drawings:
SK1 & SK1A. Existing general arrangement plan.
SK2 & SK2A. Proposed general arrangement plan.
SK3 & SK3A. General arrangement elevation and details.
scale: 1:20

Size: 595 x 830mm
UND/F1/C6/69   15 September - 15 October 1998
Scale plans for barbican lighting, by Stringer and Jones of Stainton, contracts 5518 and 5619b, drawings:
1. Existing and proposed plans, preliminary 15 September.
SK1. Existing and proposed plans, 24 September.
SK1A. Existing and proposed plans, with an oak bollard redesign, 15 October.
scale: 1:100

Size: 595 x 830mm
UND/F1/C6/70   18 February & 9 June 1999
Scale plans of the proposed Visitor Centre in the Fellows Garden, drawn by DHJ [Dennis Jones] of Stringer + Jones, architects, of Stainton, no contract no, drawings:
SK1. Existing floor plan. 9 June.
SK2. Elevations and section proposed A. 18 February.
SK3. Proposed floor plan proposed B. 18 February.
SK4. Elevations and section proposed B. 18 February.
SK5. Proposed floor plan proposed C. 18 February
SK6. Elevations and section proposed C. 18 February.
scale: 1:50

Size: 595 x 840mm
UND/F1/C6/71   17 March 1999, 10 January 2000, 29 January 2001
Scale plans surveying the castle, by Smiths Gore, chartered surveyors, of Alan House, 48 Bootham, York, job no. 1114; Nos.1-15, 17 March 1999; Nos. 16-26, 10 January 2000; Nos. 27-66, 29 January 2001.
1. Topographical survey.
2. Level 1 - the Undercroft and Keep access.
3. Staff rooms - mezzanine floor.
4. Level 2- the principal floor.
5. Level 3 - the Bishop's suite, library top floor accommodation areas.
6. Level 4 - Norman Gallery accommodation areas.
7. Level 5 - Keep basement accommodation areas the crow's nest.
8. Keep accommodation level 1.
9. Keep accommodation level 2.
10. Keep accommodation level 3.
11. Gatehouse - ground floor.
12. Gatehouse - first floor.
13. Gatehouse - second floor.
14. Roof survey.
15. Key to sectional drawings.
16-26. Sections 1-11.
27. Key to elevational drawings.
28-55. Elevations 1-32.
56-59. Great Hall elevations 1-4.
60-63. Tunstall Gallery elevations 1-4.
64-66. Tunstall Chapel elevations 1-3.
scale: 1:100 (most), also 1:200

Size: mm
UND/F1/C6/72   25 May 1999
Proposed scale plan for a fire escape, by Stringer and Jones, architects, of Stainton, contract 5619f, drawing sk2.
scale: 1:20

Size: 595 x 840mm
UND/F1/C6/73   9 June - 9 December 1999
Scale plans of the proposed Visitor Centre in the Fellows Garden, drawn by DHJ [Dennis Jones] of Stringer + Jones, architects, of Staintonm contract 5689, drawings:
SK1. Existing floor plan. 1 July.
SK2. Existing elevations & sections. 1 July.
SK3. Existing roof plan. 1 July.
SK4. Proposed floor plans. 9 June.
SK5. Proposed sections & elevations. 1 July.
SK5A. Proposed sections & elevations, with barbican details added 9 December.
SK6. Existing roof plan. 1 July.
scale: 1:50

Size: 590 x 840mm
UND/F1/C6/74   2 November 1999 - August 2000
Scale plans of “West Courtyard phase 2”, drawn by DHJ [Dennis Jones] and RAS of Stringer + Jones, architects, of Stainton, contract 5678, drawings:
SK2 (drawn by DHJRAS). Location plan. 2 November 1999.
SK2 (drawn by DHJ). Site plan. 2 November 1999.
SK3. Location plan proposed. 9 November 1999.
SK3. JCR plan and sections. 1 December 1999.
SK4. Toilets plans existing & proposed. 9 November 1999.
SK5. Toilets plans. 1 December 1999.
SK6. SCR toilets. 1 December 1999.
2. Site plan. August 2000.
3. JCR plan and sections. August 2000.
4. JCR plan and sections. August 2000.
5. JCR toliets. August 2000.
6. SCR toilets. August 2000.
7. M&E services, JCR plan and sections. August 2000.
8. M&E services, JCR plan and sections. August 2000.
9. M&E services, JCR toliets. August 2000.
10. M&E services, SCR toilets. August 2000.
11. JCR wall elevations. August 2000.
12. Toilet wall elevations. August 2000.
13. Toilet layouts and details 1. August 2000.
14. Door schedule and details 1. August 2000.
15. Door schedule and details 2. August 2000.
scale: 1:100

Size: 590 x 840mm
UND/F1/C6/75   8 February 2000 & May 2001
Scale plans of Dame Margot Fonteyn Trust Great Hall doorway, drawn by DHJ [Dennis Jones] of Stringer + Jones, architects, of Stainton, contract 5619h, drawings:
SK1. Existing arrangement.
SK2. Proposed design.
SK2/A. Proposed design preliminary.
02. Proposed arrangement.
03. Setting-out plan.
04. Setting-out screen.
05. Setting-out doors.
06. Full size details.
07. Full size details.
10. Electrical layout.
scale: 1:20

Size: 595 x 840mm
UND/F1/C6/76   9 May 2000
Scale plan of Norman Gallery lighting layout, drawn by DHJ [Dennis Jones] of Stringer + Jones, architects, of Stainton, contract 5619l, drawing sk1A, 22 February 2000 as revised 9 May.
scale: 1:100

Size: 595 x 840mm
UND/F1/C6/77   18 September 2001
Scale plan of “West Courtyard phase 2”, drawn by DHJ [Dennis Jones] of Stringer + Jones, architects, of Stainton, contract 5713, drawing 106A, SCR toilets, January 2001 as revised 18 September.
scale: 1:20

Size: 595 x 840mm
UND/F1/C6/78   December 2001
Plan for the installation of a 3 phase supply in the Great Hall area, lower and upper levels, by Estates and Buildings dept, drawn up SW, drawing No.01.
scale: not to scale

Size: 605 x 840mm
UND/F1/C6/79   June 2002
Scale plan of the Norman Gallery/Tunstall Gallery levels and the positions of chandeliers, with some annotations, by the Estates and Buildings dept, drawn by SW.
scale: 1:100

Size: 605 x 840mm
UND/F1/C6/80   [September 2005]
Scale plans and sections of the Buttery roof, by Ian Ness, architect, of 26 Grosvenor Place, Newcastle upon Tyne, drawings 205:
2. Plan of repairs to oak structure carried out April-May 2005.
3. Survey of existing damage to oak structure 2005.
4. Record of repairs to oak structure July-September 2005.
scale: 1:25

Size: 595 x 840mm
UND/F1/C6/81   6 September 2006
Scale plans of Moatside Court refurbishment, by Atkins of Dunedin House, Riverside, Columbia Drive Stockton-on-Tees, project no.5029591.003, drawings:
A4202. S Block existing and proposed landscape sections and gate.
A4203. S Block existing courtyard landscaping plan.
A4202. S Block proposed courtyard landscaping plan.
scale: 1:20 and 1:50

Size: 595 x 840mm
UND/F1/C6/82   14 February 2011
Great Hall interior elevations with layout of pictures marked [by Richard Brickstock]
scale: 1:50

Size: various
Kitchen
Reference: UND/F1/C7
UND/F1/C7/1   1986 - 1992
Menus for special dinners:
Cathedral Dinner, 1 May 1986 (recipes taken from The Art of Cookery by John Thacker, 18th century cook to the dean and chapter).
Derek Bargrave-Weaver retirement, 2 June 1986.
Chaplain Rev & Mrs P. Hiscock farewell, 29 May 1987.
Congregation, 2 July 1992.
Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee lunch, 18 July 2012 (with invite and letter).
Formal, 2 May 2013.

Library
Reference: UND/F1/C8 Lowe librarians:
?-1950 R.P. Wright
1950-1957 Dr J.V. Whitworth
1957-1958 R.P. Wright
1958-1960 Dr J.V. Whitworth
1960-1966 A.T. Hall
1966-1973 Prof Peter Rhodes
1973-1975 Dr Duncan Bythell
1975-1978 Dr D.J.A. Matthew
(1976 R.S.O. Tomlin)
1978-1980 R.J. Delahunty
1980-1990 John Ashworth
1991-1998 Dr Christine Woodhead
1999-2001 Mrs Jane Hogan
2001-2013 Dr Richard Higgins
2013-date Richard Lawrie

UND/F1/C8/1   [1936 - 1942]
Library shelf list, by shelf mark, detailing title and author, published and date of publication

UND/F1/C8/2   March 1968 - 1982
A list of the older books in the library, detailing title, author, date of publication and provenance, by Peter Rhodes, Lowe librarian, March 1968, with addenda June 1968 and December 1970, and additions of 1982, and a list of classmarks in the library 1970.

UND/F1/C8/3   December 1970
Sheet music held by the library, detailing composer, title, voices, amount and publisher/series, listed by Peter Rhodes, Lowe librarian.

UND/F1/C8/4   October 1937 - January 1948
Library borrowing register, detailing date [borrowed], title/author, signature of borrower, shelf mark and date returned.

UND/F1/C8/5   January 1948 - June 1952
Library borrowing register, detailing date [borrowed], title/author, signature of borrower, shelf mark and date returned.

UND/F1/C8/6   October 1952 - December 1959
Library borrowing register, detailing date [borrowed], author, title, class no, signature of borrower, date returned and crossed off.

UND/F1/C8/7   January 1960 - April 1965, October 1998 - January 2001
Library borrowing register, detailing date [borrowed], author, title, class no, signature of borrower, date returned and crossed off/initialled. The book was closed in April 1965 with the note “Not to be used in future - see notice board for new procedure”. The volume was reopened in October 1998 when bar code numbers were recorded instead of authors, but authors returned in December 1998.

UND/F1/C8/8-9   May 1960 - July 1961
Accession registers, detailing accession number, title, author, price, donor/vendor, date accessioned.
8. An attempt to accession the holdings retrospectively [in 1960], but only getting to No.382, with very few accession dates given, though provision made for 2870.
9. Accessions May 1960 to July 1961, ceasing at No.3156.

UND/F1/C8/10   13 July 1970
List of books withdrawn, annotated with those presented to libraries, sold to individuals or sold to R.J. Dickinson.

UND/F1/C8/11   1990s
Guides to the library:
“The College Library”, 2f, September 1992
“The Lowe Memorial Library”, 16f, [1999], (draft)

UND/F1/C8/12   August 1974 - November 2006
Library annual reports and accounts (none since 2002), with some correspondence re appointments of the Lowe librarian and junior librarians, accessions, operating procedures etc, and occasional library committee minutes and papers, and a list of books on deposit in DUL.

Academic
Reference: UND/F1/D
UND/F1/D1   1833 - 1997
Admission registers

UND/F1/D1/1   20 July 1833 - 23 October 1858 & Michaelmas 1925 - Michaelmas 1938
University College admissions register
Recording the date of entry, name, father's name and status/occupation, date of birth, any previous degree and the course undertaken. The 1925-1938 section records the father's address rather than occupation, the degree gained by the student and when they left.
With inserted 5 sheets of loose typescript notes re 1925-1939 entrants.

UND/F1/D1/2   [October 1851] - 23 October 1858
Cosin's Hall admissions register
recording the date of entry, name, father's name and status/occupation, date of birth, any previous degree and the course undertaken.
Largely unused.
Titled “Bishop Cosin's Hall Entrance Book”.
At the back is the name of one person giving a testimonial 1874.

Found in Lowe Library, Durham Castle, and deposited 1958.
Formerly Add Ms 512 (to 12 June 2006) and prior to that MS 378.4281C7.
UND/F1/D1/3   Michaelmas 1963 - Michaelmas 1997
University College admissions register
Completed by the student, recording their date of birth, name, and faculty.
At the front is inserted a printed oath submitting to university discipline.

UND/F1/D2   c.1900 - 1938
Address books

UND/F1/D2/1   1910 - 1938
Address book of students.

UND/F1/D2/2   c.1900 - c.1930
Address book of graduates.

UND/F1/D2/3   1939 - 1955
Student record book
detailing name, date of birth, address, father's name and occupation, school, date of matriculation, course and subsequent occupation, with details of exams passed, in chronological order, for University College students admitted 1939/40 to 1952/53

UND/F1/D3   1928 - 1964
Student files
Files on individual students at University College comprising mainly correspondence with the college about applications, their progress at the college and their later careers.

Arranged alphabetically by student surname.
Closed for 80 years from the last date on file
UND/F1/D4   1970 - 1973
Student applications record cards
Cards for individual students recording applications rejected, offers made and declined, opinions on interviews, and often where the student rather went (often Oxbridge), with some photos of students, for the academic years 1970/71, 1971/72 and 1972/73 for admission in the following academic year.

Closed until 2053.
UND/F1/D5   December 1945 - January 1946
WW2 roll of service cards
Cards sent to individual students for them to record their military service on, comprising name, college, address, service unit, rank, decorations, details of service, date and signature, with the cards returned to the master at the castle.

Closed until 2026.
UND/F1/D6   1937
List of students who left Easter 1928 to Easter 1937, by term of entry, with an indication of their subseuent career, 4 versions.

UND/F1/D7   1941 - 1948
RAF short courses: lists of students detailing names, addresses, date of birth, next of kin, occuptation, school, numbers, decorations, rank; Southampton Fifth newsletter 1945 with a summary of the Durham course; correspondence 1943 with city traders about premises being disfigured carried out by RAF students

UND/F1/D8   2013 - 2014
Castle lecture series posters

Clubs, Sports and Associations
Reference: UND/F1/E Most of these records were formerly UND/DUS 12.
Records are arranged as follows:
A Minutes
B Accounts
C Correspondence and other administrative files
D Term cards, fixture lists, publications and other printed material
E Photographs: EA formal groups, EB other photographs
F Artefacts

U.C. Junior Common Room
Reference: UND/F1/E1
Dates of creation: 1893 - 2008
UND/F1/E1/AA1   Epiphany 1925 - Easter 1947
JCR meetings minute book

UND/F1/E1/AA2   Michaelmas 1947 - Epiphany 1958
JCR meetings minute book

UND/F1/E1/AA3   Easter 1958 - 15 October 1964
JCR meetings minute book

UND/F1/E1/AA4   December 1964 - December 1968
JCR meetings minute book

UND/F1/E1/AA5   January 1969 - June 1978
JCR meetings minute book

UND/F1/E1/AA6   October 1984 - June 1988
JCR meetings minute book

UND/F1/E1/AA7   October 1988 - June 1997
JCR meetings minute book
Minutes change to stuck-in word-processed from hand-written.

UND/F1/E1/AA8   November 1997 - May 1998
JCR meetings minute book

UND/F1/E1/AA9   October 1998 - June 1999
JCR meetings minute book

UND/F1/E1/AA9A   October 2000 - June 2001
JCR meetings minute book, with agendas, voting slips and results

UND/F1/E1/AA10   October 2001 - June 2002
JCR meetings minute book

UND/F1/E1/AA11   October 2003 - June 2004
JCR meetings minute book

UND/F1/E1/AA12   November 2006 - June 2008
JCR minutes and agendas

UND/F1/E1/AA13   October 2008 - March 2009
JCR ordinary and emergency general meetings minutes and agendas.

UND/F1/E1/AB1   1969 - 1970
Lumley Castle JCR meetings minute book.
The last meeting at Lumley Castle was on 25 June 1970, but a further meeting of the Lumley Castle JCR “in exile” was held in [Durham Castle] undercroft on 1 December 1970.

UND/F1/E1/AC1   1967 - October 1976
JCR Finance Committee minute book
The Finance Committee had become the Executive Committee by October 1971.

UND/F1/E1/AC2   November 1976 - March 1982
JCR Executive Committee minute book

UND/F1/E1/AD1   October 1932 - November 1949
Committee of Captains' minute book

UND/F1/E1/AD2   December 1949 - October 1966
Committee of Captains' minute book

UND/F1/E1/AD3   February 1967 - June 1987
Committee of Captains' minute book

UND/F1/E1/AE1   June 1987 - June 1990
JCR constitution, 2 copies, 1 amended June 1990, 1 with a handwritten “Bar Committee bible” inside.

UND/F1/E1/AE2   March 1991
JCR constitution

UND/F1/E1/AE3   27 January 2002
JCR constitution

UND/F1/E1/AE4   26 November 2003
JCR constitution

UND/F1/E1/BA1   1939 - Easter 1967
JCR account book
Capital reserve accounts 1949-1965 at the back.

UND/F1/E1/BA2   October 1967 - October 1968
JCR account book

UND/F1/E1/BA3   January - December 1996
Annual accounts, budget, financial review, cash flow report, cheque registers for Castle Ents, Composition, June Ball, Old Sv Deposit, Services I and II, Purchases, VAT Control, and a transactions register.

UND/F1/E1/BB1   Epiphany 1893 - Easter 1939
Castle Clubs account book
Title label on the front cover “Univ. Coll. Boat Club Account Book”; entries for the first term recorded seem to be for the boat club only, but thereafter for Castle Clubs as a whole.

UND/F1/E1/BC1   1951 - 1965
Castle Clubs bank pass book (Barclays Bank)

UND/F1/E1/BC2   1966 - 1971
Castle Clubs bank pass book (Barclays Bank)

UND/F1/E1/C1   8 October 1959 - 28 May 1960
Lumley Castle JCR complaints and suggestions book
With responses from M.R. Barry.

UND/F1/E1/C2   30 May 1960 - 28 May 1961
Lumley Castle JCR complaints and suggestions book
With responses from M.R. Barry and (from 11 October 1960) Malcolm G.V. Thompson.

UND/F1/E1/D1   15 February 1936 - 9 February 1940
Printed programmes for the Visitors' Wine in the Hall, comprising toasts and performances, organised by the JCR wine committee, signed by participants.
1. 15 February 1936, signed by Frederick Peart, K.B. Gibson, J.L. Rowlands, J.R. Spear, J. Nicholson, J.H. Marwood, C.Colleen Abbott, W. Surtees, Frank S. Chase, A. Race, A.A. Macfarlane Grieve, R.P. Wright, A. Dean, W.B.C. Brander, N.D. Coleman, J.H. How, ?, Frank Pasquill, Tommy W. Houghton, E.J. Titt, J.H. Haynes, J.G. Bates, H. Bramald, R.T. Clarke, E.B. Glass, E.H. Yates, S.P. Higham, R. Dutton, D. Dickinson, C.M. Stack, ?, J. Dent, Clive H. Harston, Jack C. Pickles, H.R. Lacey, H. Swabey, E.R. Chittenden, J. Turner.
2. 9 February 1937, signed by H. Bramald, E.W. Burton, J.H. Pearson, R.J. Bowyer, N.D. Coleman, William E. Lockwood, C. Colleen Abbott, ?, F.J. Winn, S. Lowes, R. Wright, T.L. Weatherhead, G.R. Watson, K.B. Gibson, K. George, E.F. Hudson, William Bentley, A.S. Haydon, Clifford Leech, ?, A.J. Birch, K. Dutton, A.A. Macfarlane Grieve, F.T. Roberts, ?, J.B.R. Carter, ?, H. Swabey, Sydney H. Evans, W. McCoy, with a clean programme, and a printed invite from the senior man.
3. 12 February 1938, signed by A. Hesselgreaves, J. Newsome, H. Bramald, C. Colleen Abbott, Jack Cattell, Sydney H. Evans, L.B. Brockwell, Clifford Leech, R.W. Moss, R. Dutton, N.D. Coleman., with headings for [K.B. Gibson's senior man's] speech noted on the back.
4. 11 February 1939, signed by including H.J. Armstrong, D. Eccles, A. Hesselgreaves, G. Heslop, S.H. Alcock, G.R. Berriman, F.J. Owen, L. North, R.P. Wright, A.J.H. Frances, H.A. Atkinson, A.E. Bundy, E.W. Webber, D.H. Burton, E.T. Butcher, J. Newsome, W.McCoy.
5. 9 February 1940, unsigned.

1-3 given by Mrs Joy Gibson of Bolton, Lancs, widow of K.B. Gibson, 1 August 2005, Acc No Misc.2005/2006:10.
UND/F1/E1/D2   [1989]
The Last Gentlemen University College 1986-1989
Photos, signatures and witticisms of students 1986-1989, with a printed alphabetical list of names, addresses and first jobs at the back. With a preface by Tim Green, Senior Man.

UND/F1/E1/D3   June 2007 - June 2012
June Ball programmes (themes) & ephemera:
19 June 2007 (7)
17 June 2008 (carnival)
22 June 2010 (Alice in Wonderland), with commemorative keyring-bottleopener in a box
June 2011 (Rule Britannia!) with wristband
[19] June 2012 ([Pandora's Box])

A 1979 programme is: UND/F8/H7/30.
UND/F1/E1/D4   1951, 1995 - 2011
University College Yearbooks
For 1951, 1994/95, 1997/98, 1998/99, 2001/02, 2002/03, 2003/04, 2004/05, 2005/06, 2006/07, 2011.
Photos of college staff, sports and other groups (with reports), leavers and socialising.

1994-2002 transferred from the Castle's Lowe Library by Dr R.I. Higgins 14 April 2008, Acc No Misc.2007/8:54; 2002-11 from the same source 7 July 2012.
UND/F1/E1/D5   [1956 x 1957]
[JCR] headed notepaper from the Senior Man or Secretary (tempore Michael Bates, Senior Man 1956/57).

UND/F1/E1/D6   [1956 x 1957]
Door notice: “University College Durham Oak Up”

UND/F1/E1/D7   1975/76 - [1990/91]
Junior Common Room Handbook for 1975/76 (noted as the 2nd edition, with the first having been produced in 1974/75), 1976/77 (3rd edn), [1980] (4th edn), [1981/82] (5th edn), [1986/87] (6th edn), [1989/90] (7th edn), [1990/91] (8th edn)

Formerly: Per Local UNI
UND/F1/E1/D8   [1983]
Alternative Prospectus

Formerly: PamL378.4281
UND/F1/E1/D9   [June] 1993
Castellum Artium Dies Festi Castle Arts Week Magazine '93, editors Theodore Pike and Rupert Pearson

UND/F1/E1/D10   [1985 - 1995]
Castle Magazine Carsole or C'arsole, popular and irreverent news and gossip; Nos.1-8, 11, then Michaelmas 1994 No.1&2, and Epiphany 1995.

Formerly: Per Local CAS
UND/F1/E1/D11   Christmas [2010], Easter & [Michaelmas] 2012


Floreat Castellum (which produced its first number in November 2006, including reports from various student societies and clubs, articles on college life and an interview with the new college chaplain, Rev Dr Miranda Threlfall-Holmes).
UND/F1/E1/D12   [2012]
Welfare Handbook, detailing the team, support available and information.

U.C. Beagles Club
Reference: UND/F1/E2
Dates of creation: 1851 - 1876 The Beagles Club seems to have been wound up in 1876 as the final note in the account book below records a decision to divide the club's balance in hand between the Cricket Club and the Union.
“The University Beagle Club, 1851-1876”, (Castellum 6, 1953), p.33-34; J. Henderson, “The University College Beagles, 1859-63”, Durham University Journal (22 No.6, July 1920), p.201-204.

UND/F1/E2/B1   1851 - 1876
Beagles Club account book
Chronological list of masters, 1851-1874, written on the front and back covers. List of the beagles in the pack, with notes of their origin and fate, 1851-1860, at the front of the volume. Mishaps befalling the hounds are noted at the foot of the accounts for Epiphany term 1858 (two dogs killed by a train); Michaelmas term 1861 (dog poisoned) and 1870 (dog killed by a train; there is an affecting sketch).
The accounts comprise subscriptions (including various clergy from the dean of Durham down), the disposal and buying of hounds, payments for food and wages, transport and compensation to those who had their sheep worried by the hounds.

Size: 343 x 112 mm
U.C. Cross-Country Club
Reference: UND/F1/E3
Dates of creation: 1951 - 1965
UND/F1/E3/A1   1951 - 1965
Cross-Country Club record book
Includes annual reports, race reports and lists of captains and secretaries.

U.C. Literary and Debating Society
Reference: UND/F1/E4
Dates of creation: 1905 - 1959
Minutes of the meetings of the Society's committee and of its various debates, with printed term cards and invites, and some correspondence with potential speakers.
The Society was founded in 1905 and was mainly concerned with debating, holding generally 2 debates in each of the Michaelmas and Epiphany terms, including regular freshers' and visitors' debates.

UND/F1/E4/AA1   12 February 1905 - 17 October 1929
Committee meetings minute book
with the Society's rules entered at the front, and the names of officers and committee members recorded.

UND/F1/E4/AA2   24 January 1932 - 11 December 1956
Committee meetings minute book
with a note at the front that minutes had lapsed since 1929. No minutes for 1945/46, 1946/47 and 1952/53-1955/56.
With some correspondence, notes and a 1948 printed invite inserted.

UND/F1/E4/AB1   19 February 1921 - 29 November 1924
Debates minute book

UND/F1/E4/AB2   19 January 1925 - 2 March 1931 & 26 October 1940 - 11 October 1954
Debates minute book,
with rules at the back.

UND/F1/E4/AB3   30 October 1931 - 8 March 1940
Debates minute book
with some notes and correspondence inserted.

UND/F1/E4/AB4   15 November 1954 - 24 November 1959
Debates minute book
with some printed invitations and refusal letters inserted.

UND/F1/E4/D1   Michaelmas 1919 - Michaelmas 1937
Termcards detailing the officers and programmes of debates and papers for the term, printed.
Present: M 1919, M 1920, Ep 1921, M 1921, M 1922, Ep 1922, Ep 1923, Ep 1924, M 1924, Ep 1927, Ep 1931, M 1931, Ep 1936, M 1936, M 1937 amended to 1949.

Given by Mrs Joy Gibson of Bolton, Lancs, widow of K.B. Gibson, 1 August 2005, Acc No Misc.2005/2006:10 and University College JCR.
UND/F1/E4/D2   23 October 1950 & 22 October 1951
Visitors' Night debates invites, with officers listed:
1. “This House has not times for gaiters”, 23 October 1950.
2. “That this House would apply to Oxford or Cambridge first”, 22 October 1951.

U.C. Philosophic and Scientific Society
Reference: UND/F1/E5
Dates of creation: 1936 - 1937 The society was established at the end of 1935 but does not appear to have lasted beyond 1937. (It does not feature amongst the society reports in Castellum at its inception in 1948.)

UND/F1/E5/A1   26 January 1936 - 7 November 1937
Minute book
With the constitution at the front, providing for a president, secretary and a committee of 3, elected termly, with weekly meetings to hear papers from members or visitors. The constitution was approved by the JCR on 8 December 1935. With a list of officers 1936-1937.

Presented 8 August 2000 by Dr. David Robinson (Dept. of Biological Sciences, the Open University), who discovered it among the book collection of his late father, C.R. Robinson, TD, BSc, who read physics at Durham just before World War II, Acc No Misc 2000/2001:6.
UND/F1/E5/D1   Michaelmas 1936 - Epiphany 1937
Termcards, detailing the officers and programmes of talks for the term, printed.

Given by Mrs Joy Gibson of Bolton, Lancs, widow of K.B. Gibson, 1 August 2005, Acc No Misc.2005/2006:10.
U.C. Read and Weed Club
Reference: UND/F1/E6 The Read and Weed Club was in existence in 1892 and possibly some time earlier but its history has not been continuous. It was dissolved and then restarted in 1922 before having to be revived again in 1929. In the 1920s, members were limited to 10, plays were read and the club also met for Sunday breakfast at the top of the keep. The club lapsed again in 1940, being reformed in January 1947 with membership limited to 8, elected by secret and unanimous ballot. It met to discuss cultural and topical subjects.
D.P. Brice, “The Read and Weed Club” ( Castellum 11, 1958), p.28-29.

UND/F1/E6/C1   c.1935
Invite to the annual dinner in the Three Tuns from K.B. Gibson, Hon. Sec., written on a printed club card, with a blank card.

Given by Mrs Joy Gibson of Bolton, Lancs, widow of K.B. Gibson, 1 August 2005, Acc No Misc.2005/2006:10.
U.C. Thorp Club [MCR]
Reference: UND/F1/E7
Dates of creation: 1959 - 2007 The Thorp Club was founded in 1959 to provide common room and social facilities for the graduate students of University College.

UND/F1/E7/AA1   1 December 1959 - 29 May 1966
Minute book
Inserted at the front is a memorandum prepared for the incoming secretary 1968/69 on “How the Thorp Club Works”.

UND/F1/E7/AB1   [1968 - 1969]
“Blue book”
Jokes, drawings, comments on fellow members, witticisms.

UND/F1/E7/AB2   [1966]
“Blue book”
Jokes, drawings, comments on fellow members, witticisms.

UND/F1/E7/AB3   [1967 - 1968]
“Blue book”
Jokes, drawings, comments on fellow members, witticisms.

UND/F1/E7/D1   2007
Posters for MCR performances:
The Vagina Monologues, V Day Reclaiming Peace, Castle MCR, 5 & 6 March [2007].

UND/F1/E7/D2   2008
Information 2008-2009, with images of the officers and locations in the college

UND/F1/E7/D3   2 November 1999
Invite for the grand opening of the William St Calais Room.

U.C. Senior Common Room
Reference: UND/F1/E8
Dates of creation: 1948 - 2009
UND/F1/E8/AA1   30 April 1948 - 3 October 1955
College meeting of the SCR minute book
The minutes start with “the Second University College Meeting” but a letter of 9 March 1948 of John E. Gregory is inserted inviting “all members of the University Teaching Staff resident in the College” to a meeting on 11 March 1948 “to discuss matters appertaining to the corporate life of the College”.
With an index of SCR members at the front and of subjects at the back.

UND/F1/E8/AA2   16 January 1956 - 7 October 1968
College meeting of the SCR minute book
With an index of SCR members at the front and those serving on other College bodies at the back. Inserted at the back are rules for the fellows' garden and tennis court, and a list of 10 Latin graces.

UND/F1/E8/AA3   13 January 1969 - 21 April 1987
College meeting of the SCR minute book
With an index at the front of officers and those serving on college committees.

UND/F1/E8/AA4   4 October 2001 - 9 May 2013
College meeting of the SCR minutes and agendas, with annual accounts submitted and occasional other papers; with gaps.

UND/F1/E8/AB1   23 October 1957 - 14 October 1963 & 1993 - 24 April 1994
SCR Suggestions Book
Recording comments on food and domestic issues, dated and initialled, with responses. At the front is an explanation that the book was intended to assist the Amenities Committee with the suggestions to be put to the committee at its fortnightly meetings. There is also a rubric suggesting varying grades of comment, with numbers of signatures and appropriate responses required, and a list of the members of the SCR [in 1957] with some 1993 additions.

Deposited by Dr A.I. Doyle 6 November 2006, Acc No Misc.2006/2007:27.
UND/F1/E8/AB2   November 1997 - November 2001
SCR Amenities Committee minutes

UND/F1/E8/C1   1977/78, 1991 - December 2006
Notices and lists of members

UND/F1/E8/C2   October 1986 & July 2012
Constitution (1986) and rules of order (2012) for the SCR, with an invitation from the master for nominations for all posts.

UND/F1/E8/C3   1974 - 2001
Secretary's file, including correspondence re such as travel grants and meal arrangements, use of facilities, retirement of the master, composition of governing bodies, battels, Blakiston Trust Fund, also thank yous and invitations to presentations and special dinners, the college grace, obituary of Len Slater, silver anniversary dinner menu Eggleston Hall 1993, photo of Dai Morgan and Ian Doyle, constitution and proposed revision, poll on the location of the SCR, election of the secretary, and notes on SCR membership 1948-1974.

UND/F1/E8/C4   2001 - 2008
Secretary's file, including correspondence re such as travel grants, newspaper deliveries, the university plan and the amenities committee, list of secretary's duties 2001, constitution of 1986 as at 2003, notices of deaths and marriages, thank yous, summer buffet menu 2001, carol singing, and templates for forms and letters.

UND/F1/E8/D1   Easter 1999 - 2013/4
Calendars listing meetings, special meals and events, facilities, contacts, guest room rates, meal times and notes, on card from 2002, initially produced termly, then annually from 2007/8.

UND/F1/E8/D2   8 December 1951
Sherry party invite.

UND/F1/E8/D3   2013
Posters for SCR events:
Concert by Daniel Bell violin and Huw Watkins piano, 12 June [2013]

UND/F1/E8/D4   13 December 2013
SCR Christmas dinner menu

Durham Castle Society
Reference: UND/F1/E9
Dates of creation: 1970 - 2004 The society is for the college's alumni.

UND/F1/E9/AB1   March 1990 - October 1991
Castle Society Endowment Fund Trustees minutes, agendas, papers, correspondence and copy trust deed of 1990.

UND/F1/E9/AC1   April 1994 - March 1995
Castle Society Committee minutes and agendas.

UND/F1/E9/C1   1947, 1949, 1974 - 2000
Annual Reunion programmes, menus and invites.

UND/F1/E9/C2   1981 - 1982
West Courtyard common room appeal to castlemen, circulars and forms

UND/F1/E9/C3   c.1971
Castleman's Society Appeal for the proposed development of the Sutton Site, brochure and letter.

UND/F1/E9/D1   [1959] - 2004
List of Members and Addresses listing names, years at Castle and addresses, for [1959], 1964, 1969, 1977 and 1991,
also
Membership list February 2004, giving name, address and years at Castle, arranged alphabetically and by year of entry, noted as being the fourth such list since publication was revived in 1998,
also annual lists of additions and changes of address for 1978/9, 1980, 1982, 1983/4-1989/90, 1995.

UND/F1/E9/D2   [c.1970]
Appeal for the proposed development of the Sutton site, with text and a depiction of the development.

UND/F1/E9/D3   [c.2000]
“A message from the College to thank its graduates for their kind donations to our Millennium Project ...” from the master.

UND/F1/E9/D4   1948 - 2012
Castellum The Magazine of the Durham Castle Society, published annually since 1948 and comprising news of the college, its former members, reunions and Society AGM minutes and accounts.

Castle Theatre Company
Reference: UND/F1/E10 This was formed in 1977. It has generally performed a Shakespeare play in the summer in the Fellow's Garden which it has then often taken on tour, with other non-Shakespeare plays in the Castle or at the Assembly Rooms in the Michaelmas and/or Epiphany terms.

UND/F1/E10/D1   [1977] - 2008
Printed ephemera for performances, open air in the Fellows Garden in the summer, unless otherwise stated:
1977 “Macbeth” poster and programme.
1978 “The Taming of the Shrew” programme.
[1978] “Alice in Underland” or “Christmas Underpantomine” programme.
[1979] “Twelfth Night” programme.
[1979] “The Sword in the Stone”.
1980 “Measure for Measure” programme.
[1982] “Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” prorgamme, Assembly Rooms.
[1983] “As You Like It” programme.
1984 “The Taming of the Shrew” programme.
[1984] “Sleeping Beauty” programme.
1985 “A Midsummer Night's Dream” programme.
[1986] “The Tempest” programme, Assemby Rooms.
[1988] “Love's Labour's Lost” programme.
1993 “The Merry Wives of Windsor” programme.
1999 “Love's Labour's Lost” programme.
[?2003] “Arcadia” programme, Lowe Library.
2004 “Amadeus” programme and ticket, Great Hall.
2006 “As You Like It” programme.
2007 “Merry Wives of Windsor” poster.
[2007] November, “Buried Child” auditions poster.
2008 “Antigone” programme, Norman chapel, Castle Arts Week.
[2012] “Endgame”, poster.
[2012] “The Bacchae”, poster and flyer.
2013 Spring season flyer.
[2013] “Romeo and Juliet”, programme, ticket, and poster, cathedral.
[2013] “The WInd in the Willows”, Assembly Rooms.
[2013] “As You Like It” , poster, Fellows' Garden
[2013] “Murder Mystery”, poster.
[2014] “Frankenstein”, poster.

UND/F1/E10/D2   [April] 2010
Promotional file for CTC's Summer Shakespeare 2010 production of Macbeth, to be taken on tour, detailing the likely programme at a venue, biographies of Oscar Blustin co-directorm Brooke Ciardelli co-director and Claudia Conway tour manager, and reviewing the 2009 tour of Twelfth Night, including letters of appreciation from various institutions in USA

U.C. Rugby Fives Club
Reference: UND/F1/E11
UND/F1/E11/D1   [1953 x 1957]
Fives Club headed notepaper (tempore Michael Bates captain).

U.C. Boat Club
Reference: UND/F1/E12
UND/F1/E12/C1   October 1998
Boat Club constitution, detailing name, aims, membership, executive committee, their duties, meetings, selection of officers, equipment, kit, finances, the boathouse, changes to the constitution, with amendments and interpretation, and the declaration signed by N.G. Garrett, M.E. Hogan, the master and senior man.

UND/F1/E12/C2   28 February 1985
Letter from the captain, Oliver Gilchrist, to old Castlemen asking for financial help to puchase new boats,

UND/F1/E12/D1   [1961]
Photocopied newspaper cutting about a four being swept over the weir.

UND/F1/E12/D2   1988
Rowing pennant

Castle Musical Societies
Reference: UND/F1/E13
UND/F1/E13/D1   1887 - 1898
Concert programmes for:
1887, 5 February (UC Choral Society), ? [male voice choir]
1893, 28 October, 11 November, 25 November
1896, October 31
1898, February 19, March 5, June 21, November 26

UND/F1/E13/D2   [1988] - [2009]
Concert programmes for:
Castle Music Society William Byrd concert by Pro Cantione Antiqua [1988].
Castle Symphony Orchestra conductor James Matthews, 28 February 1996.
Castle Chamber Orchestra and Choral Society, 3 March 1999.
Castle Music Society conductor Martin Weaver, 12 March 2000.
Christmas Concert by Castle Orchestra and Castle Singing Society [2009].

Photographs
Reference: UND/F1/F
Dates of creation: 1860 - 2005
The photographs comprise formal college and sporting groups, and also some individuals and events. The images are mostly from the 2 decades before and the decade after the First World War and record the college's success in inter-collegiate sport within the university. They are by no means an annual record of the teams/crews that represented the college in the various sports at this time. The groups are generally posed with their trophies outside in either the Great Court or the fellows' garden, often dressed appropriately for their sport, and so they provide an indication of changing student fashion, and also to some extent the development of the gardens around the college. Most of the photographs are the work of John R. Edis and have been mounted, titled and, apart from the full college groups, have individuals identified. Most were previously framed but all are now frameless.

College groups
Reference: UND/F1/FA
Dates of creation: 1897 - 2005
Annual photographs of the assembled college, both senior and junior members, and also annual photographs of the students and senior members living at Lumley castle, and occasional photographs of freshers. Some of the photographs are copies or print-outs of scanned images or originals held by Castlemen as a result of a campaign in 2000 to build up the college's holdings of such photographs.
For other years, see:
(1911) MIA 1/36;
(1919) MIA 2/172;
(1928) EDI Pi352;

UND/F1/FA1897   11 June 1897
University College group, on the steps of the Castle Great Hall, in boating blazers, trousers and caps/boaters, or college blazers and caps/boaters. Those present include (from Add Ms 1618/1): Owen Cyril Dampier Bennett, Alfred Gridlestone Bagshaw, Alan Campbell Morris, Malcolm Buchannan, Thomas Francis Palmer, Tudor Owen Phillips, Leonard Faulconer Bury Knight, Hugh Rudolph Willimott, A.F. van der Heyden, Piddocke, Johnstone, Koch, Padbury, Blackett, Hensley, Gardiner.

Size: 295 x 220mm
Formerly: Misc Photos PH 3/B/10.
Copy in Add Ms 1618/13.
UND/F1/FA1898   [c.1898]
University college group
On the Great Hall steps, in jackets/blazers with various badges, eton collars, ties, some waist-coats and fob chains, some boaters.
1 BW print, mounted, with a BW copy print & 3 copy negatives
Size: 305 x 255mm (print), 500 x 400mm (mount), 260 x 200mm (copy print)
Given by Charlotte Berrill 13 November 2006, Acc No Misc.2006/2007:29, having been acquired by her father in London c.1956 as the mount for a framed John Speed map bought in the Charing Cross Road, London.
The copy had been made in June 2000 from another original held by Prof Andrew Sanders bought by him by chance in London early in 2000.
Printed in N. Watson, The Durham Difference (2007), p.13.
UND/F1/FA1903   1903
University college group
On the Great Hall steps, in suits, waistcoats, ties/collars, gowns, and mortar boards, by John R. Edis, mounted and titled with the college arms.
1 BW print
Size: 283 x 238mm
“E Pace” on the back.
UND/F1/FA1904   1904
University college group
On the Great Hall steps, in suits, waistcoats, ties/collars and gowns, with some mortar boards, by John R. Edis, mounted and titled with the college arms.
1 BW print
Size: 284 x 243mm
“Rev E Pace Hatfield Hall” on the back.
UND/F1/FA1905   1905
University college group
On the Great Hall steps, in suits, waistcoats and ties/collars, with some gowns, mortar boards, boaters, by John R. Edis.
1 BW print
Size: 286 x 235mm
UND/F1/FA1912   1912
University college group
On the Great Hall steps, in suits, waistcoats, blazers and ties/dog collars, with some mortar boards, a boater and a dog, by John R. Edis. W.D. Lowe in mortar board and tie.

Size: 500 x 390mm
Formerly: Misc Photos +PH 3/B/1.
UND/F1/FA1919   1919
University college group
On the Great Hall steps, in jackets, blazers, cricket whites and boots, and ties/dog collars/scarves, by John R. Edis.

Size: 510 x 390mm
Formerly: Misc Photos +PH 3/B/2
UND/F1/FA1920   [1920s]
University college group
On the Great Hall steps, in suits and ties/collars, featuring the master, Henry Ellershaw, and A.A. Macfarlane-Grieve. Unidentified.

Printout made 22 February 2006 from a digital image of a photographic copy taken by the university at an unknown date of an unknown original.
UND/F1/FA1931   1931
University college group

Hanging on the wall in the Norman Gallery in Durham Castle.
Another copy: EDI Pi100.
UND/F1/FA1935   1935
University college group
In the NW corner of the Fellows Garden, 2 staff and 42 students, in trousers, ties and blazers (most [blue] and badged, some striped or other colours), by John R. Edis.

Size: 295 x 185mm (print), 440 x 310mm (mount)
Given by Mrs Joy Gibson of Bolton, Lancs, widow of K.B. Gibson, 1 August 2005, Acc No Misc.2005/2006:10.
UND/F1/FA1937   1937
University college group
In the ?Master's Garden, (at the foot of the keep mound), 4 staff and 43 students, in trousers, ties and blazers (most [blue] and badged, some striped or other colours), by John R. Edis.

Size: 295 x 185mm (print), 440 x 310mm (mount)
Given by Mrs Joy Gibson of Bolton, Lancs, widow of K.B. Gibson, 1 August 2005, Acc No Misc.2005/2006:10.
UND/F1/FA1939   1939
University college group
In the ?Master's Garden, (at the foot of the keep mound), 4 staff and 38 students, in trousers, ties and blazers (most [blue] and badged), by John R. Edis.
All identified.

Another copy, with everyone identified, is hanging on the wall in the Norman Gallery in Durham Castle.
UND/F1/FA1941   [May] 1941
University college group
On the Hall steps, in jackets/blazers, ties and trousers.
1 BW print
Size: 290 x 190mm
Copied from an original held by Tom Worswick in [2000].
UND/F1/FA1943   1943
University college group
At the S end of the Fellows garden, with the Palace Green library and fives court buildings behind, in suits, ties and gowns, by John R. Edis, mounted and titled with the college and university arms. 3 copies.
One copy with D.W.G. Byatt, F.S. Cardell, A.J. Brazel, Burrel, MacFarlane-Grieve, A. Hird, R. Caulton and D. Cowlyn identified.
3 BW prints
Size: 291 x 184mm
UND/F1/FA1944   [May] 1944
University college group
On the Hall steps, in jackets/blazers, ties and trousers, 4 RAF battledress “flying this day. Not all are cadets - most”, some identified separately: Roger Marshall, Malcolm Brown, Johnny Boyd .
1 BW copy print & 3 copy negatives
Size: 290 x 190mm
Copied from an original held by K.W. (Roger) Marshall in [2000].
Published: R. Brickstock, Durham Castle Fortress, Palace, College, (Durham 2007), p.78.
UND/F1/FA1945   1945
University college group

Hanging on the wall in the Norman Gallery in Durham Castle
UND/F1/FA1946   [May] 1946
University college group
On the Hall steps, in jackets/blazers, ties and trousers.
1 BW copy print
Size: 290 x 185mm
Copied from an original held by Tom Worswick in [2000].
UND/F1/FA1947   [May] 1947
University college group
On the Hall steps, in jackets/blazers, ties and trousers.
1 BW copy print
Size: 300 x 210mm
Copied from an original held by Tom Worswick in [2000].
UND/F1/FA1948L   1948
University college group, Lumley Castle
In front of Lumley Castle, in suits, ties and gowns, by John R. Edis, mounted and titled with the college and university arms.
1 BW print
Size: 295 x 184mm
UND/F1/FA1948a   September 1844
Print of an engraving of the east front of Lumley Castle, with a fisherman with rod and net climbing up the slope.
Drawn by R.W. Billings, engraved by George Winter, published in Durham by G. Andrews and R.W. Billings.
Paper   1f
Size: 221 x 157mm
Presented with F1/FA1948.
R.W. Billings, Illustrations of the architectural antiquities of the county of Durham: ecclesiastical, castellated, and domestic (Durham, London, 1846), following p.54.
Another copy is Topo/ENDU/Lum/22.
UND/F1/FA1949   [May] 1949
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in jackets or blazers, ties and trousers, 1 copy mounted and titled with the university and college arms, by John R. Edis, identified on a separate sheet, 3 copies.

Size: 365 x 200mm (photo), 480 x 310mm (print)
UND/F1/FA1950   [May] 1950
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in jackets or blazers, ties and trousers, by John R. Edis, 2 copies.

Size: 370 x 250mm
UND/F1/FA1951   1951
University college group
All identified.

Hanging on the wall in the Norman Gallery in Durham Castle
UND/F1/FA1952   [June] 1952
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in jackets (some blazers), ties, trousers, by John R. Edis, titled, with the university and college arms.

Given by Mrs Birss, [widow of] R.R. Birss BSc 1954, DSc 1970.
UND/F1/FA1952F   [October] 1952
University College freshers group
On the Hall steps, in jackets, ties and trousers, with some scarves.
1 BW copy print & 4 copy negatives
Size: 280 x 190mm
UND/F1/FA1953   [May] 1953
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in jackets (some blazers), ties, trousers, and the occasional college wrap, by John R. Edis, 1 copy mounted and titled, with the university and college arms, identified on a separate sheet.

Size: 370 x 205mm (photo), 480 x 310mm (mount)
Copy print taken from an original held by John Pottinger in [2000].
UND/F1/FA1954   [May] 1954
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in jackets or blazers, ties, trousers, by John R. Edis, mounted and titled, with the university and college arms, unidentified, but includes 3rd row, 15 from L, Frank Asty, seated, 6 from L Mu'awiya Derhalli, J.E.C. Dewdney, C.E.B. Cranfield, I.A. Doyle, John Wallis, Leonard Slater (vice-master), A.A. Macfarlane-Grieve (Master), James Whitworth, K.R. Ashby, R.V. Sampson, John Mead. 2 copies.

Size: 365 x 200mm (photo), 480 x 310mm (mount)
UND/F1/FA1954L   [May] 1954
University College group, Lumley Castle
In front of Lumley Castle, in blazers, ties and trousers, with some in suits, by John R. Edis, mounted and titled, with the university arms, all identified.

Size: 200 x 122mm (photo), 305 x 252 (mount)
Given by P.R. Gatenby to the Castle 25 April 2000, part of Acc No Misc.2005/2006:20 of 5 October 2005.
UND/F1/FA1955   1955
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in blazers/jackets and ties, original mounted and titled with university and college arms, by John R. Edis, separately identified.
1 BW print & 1 BW copy print & 3 copy negatives
Size: 360 x 203mm
Copy print taken from an original held by John Pottinger in [2000].
UND/F1/FA1955L   [May 1955]
University College group, Lumley Castle
In front of Lumley castle, in suits, ties and gowns, by John R. Edis, mounted.

Size: 200 x 130mm (photo), 305 x 255mm (mount)
Given by P.R. Gatenby to the Castle 25 April 2000, part of Acc No Misc.2005/2006:20 of 5 October 2005.
UND/F1/FA1956   [May] 1956
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in blazers/jackets, ties, and trousers, by John R. Edis, all identified on a separate sheet.

Size: 365 x 200mm
UND/F1/FA1956L   [May 1956]
University College group, Lumley Castle
In front of Lumley castle, in suits, ties and gowns. All identified.

Size: 200 x 120mm
Copied from an original held by Peter Coleman [March 2000].
UND/F1/FA1957   [May] 1957
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in blazers (some jackets), ties, and trousers, by John R. Edis, 1 mounted and titled, with the university and college arms, all identified on a separate sheet. 2 copies.

Size: 370 x 205 (photo), 480 x 320 (mount)
Mounted copy given to Castle by Dr J.V. Whitworth's widow c.2000, part of Acc No Misc.2005/2006:20, 5 October 2005.
UND/F1/FA1959   [May] 1959
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in blazers (some jackets), ties, and trousers, by John R. Edis, all identified on a separate sheet.

Size: 370 x 220mm
UND/F1/FA1960   [May] 1960
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in jackets, ties, trousers and gowns, by John R. Edis, 1 mounted and titled, with the university and college arms, all identified on a separate sheet. 2 copies.

Size: 370 x 155/215mm (photo), 390 x 250mm (mount)
UND/F1/FA1961L   [June] 1961
University College group, Lumley Castle, outside the castle, in jackets and ties with gowns, present (L to R):
(Back row) ?, ?, H.D. Noble, K. Pannell, J.S. Noble, ?, J. Steele, G.N. Taylor, D. Swann, ?, ?, W.K. Whitehead, L.N. Wooler; (Middle row) L. Westhead, ?, ?, ?, P.A.B. Radcliffe, E.D. Woodward, J. Washbrook, K. Spyers, R. Taylor, J.W. Patrick, P.A. Townley, J. Kempster; (Front row) ?, R. Caseley, R. Henshaw, M. Barry, N.C.N. Thompson, R.E. Young, C.R. Thewlls, J. Selby, D. Southern.

UND/F1/FA1963   May 1963
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in jackets/blazers, ties, trousers and gowns, by John R. Edis.

Size: 370 x 230mm
UND/F1/FA1963L   [May] 1963
University College group, Lumley Castle
Outside a window, in casual dress with the occasional jacket and tie, mostly identified on a separate sheet by David Waters.
1 BW copy print
Size: 210 x 150mm
Copied from an original held by David Waters November 2000, with some correspondence about this.
UND/F1/FA1964   [May] 1964
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in jackets/blazers, ties, trousers and gowns, by John R. Edis, 1 mounted and titled, with the university and college arms. 2 copies.

Size: 370 x 155/240mm (photo), 490 x 250mm (mount)
UND/F1/FA1965   [May] 1965
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in jackets/blazers, ties, trousers and gowns, by Fillinghams. 2 different images, 1 a proof.

Size: 370 x 180mm & 355 x 205mm
UND/F1/FA1966   [May] 1966
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in jackets/blazers, ties, trousers and gowns, by Fillinghams.

Size: 355 x 225mm
Another copy is hanging on the wall in the Norman Gallery in Durham Castle.
UND/F1/FA1967   [May 1967]
University College group ?1967
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in jackets/blazers, ties, trousers and gowns, by Fillinghams. Proof.

Size: 360 x 225mm
UND/F1/FA1967L   [May] 1967
University College group, Lumley Castle
In front of a castle doorway, in jackets/blazers, ties and gowns, mounted and titled with the university arms.

Size: 370 x 210mm (photo), 470 x 315mm (mount)
UND/F1/FA1968   [May] 1968
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in jackets/blazers, ties, trousers and gowns, by Fillinghams.

Size: 365 x 210mm
UND/F1/FA1968L   [May ?1968]
University College group, Lumley Castle
In front of a castle doorway, most in jackets and ties, some in casual dress, and gowns.

Size: 350 x 210mm
UND/F1/FA1969F   [October 1968]
University College freshers group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in some jackets and ties, or cravats, and/or jerseys, and trousers and gowns, by Fillinghams.

Size: 370 x 230mm
UND/F1/FA1969   [May] 1969
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in some jackets and ties, or cravats, and trousers and gowns, by Fillinghams.

Size: 370 x 200mm
UND/F1/FA1970   [May] 1970
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, some in jackets and ties, others in casual dress, some gowns, by Fillinghams. 2 different images.

Size: 365 x 210 & 370 x 205mm
UND/F1/FA1971   [May] 1971
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, some in jackets and ties, others in casual dress, some gowns, by Fillinghams.

Size: 365 x 200mm
UND/F1/1972   [May] 1972
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, some in jackets and ties, others in casual dress, some gowns, by Fillinghams, mounted on card.

Size: 365 x 205mm (photo), 375 x 215mm (mount)
UND/F1/FA1973   [May] 1973
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in casual dress with occasional jackets and ties, some gowns, by Fillinghams.

Size: 365 x 210mm
UND/F1/FA1974   [May] 1974
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in casual dress with occasional jackets and ties, some gowns, a few mortar boards, a banner, mascot, and a circular trophy.

Size: 380 x 150mm
UND/F1/FA1975   [May] 1975
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in casual dress with occasional jackets and ties, some gowns, and a circular trophy, by Fillinghams.

Size: 370 x 210mm
UND/F1/FA1976   [May] 1976
University college group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in casual dress with occasional jackets and ties, some gowns, and a circular trophy.
BW copy print, in 2 parts
Size: 360 x 200mm (size of image)
Copied from an original held by Bill Worswick in [2000].
UND/F1/FA1977   [May] 1977
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in casual dress with occasional jackets and ties, some gowns.
BW copy print, in 2 parts
Size: 365 x 210mm (size of image)
Copied from an original held by Bill Worswick in [2000].
UND/F1/FA1978   [May] 1978
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in casual dress or jackets and ties, some gowns, by Fillinghams.

Size: 365 x 215mm
Copy print taken from an original held by Bill Worswick in [2000].
UND/F1/FA1979   15 May 1979
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in jackets and ties, with gowns, by Fillinghams.

Size: 370 x 215mm
UND/F1/FA1981   [May] 1981
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in jackets (2 rowing blazers) and ties, with gowns, mounted and titled with the university arms, by Fillinghams.

Size: 365 x 205mm (photo), 470 x 315mm (mount)
UND/F1/FA1985   24 May 1985
University College group
In front of the Great Hall entrance, in jackets and ties, with gowns, by Fillinghams.

Size: 365 x 220mm
UND/F1/FA1992   1992
University college group

Hanging on the wall in the Norman Gallery in Durham Castle
UND/F1/FA1998   [May] 1998
University College group
On Palace Green, in jackets, ties and trousers or dresses/skirts, and gowns, titled, with the college arms, unidentified, but seated 17 from L, Ian MacDougall, W.T. Morgan, Alan Gibson, E.C. Salthouse (master), John Ashworth, Charles Yates, Anthony E. Cleaver, Richard Brickstock, I.A. Doyle.

Size: 880 x 230mm
Another copy is hanging on the wall in the Norman Gallery in Durham Castle.
UND/F1/FA2004   [June 2004]
University College group
On Palace Green, keep behind, in jackets, ties, gowns, unidentified.

Size: 915 x 510mm
UND/F1/FA2004F   [October] 2004
University College freshers group
With the master, vice-master and bursar, in front of the Great Hall entrance, in dark suits/skirts, white shirts and gowns, all identified.
Colour print, mounted on white card, titled, college arms
Size: 390 x 205mm (print), 430 x 330 (mount)
UND/F1/FA2005F   [October] 2005
University College college group
With the master, vice-master and bursar, in front of the Great Hall entrance, banners draped from the roof, in dark suits/skirts, white shirts and gowns, all identified.
Colour print, mounted on white card, titled, college arms
Size: 390 x 200mm (print), 430 x 325 (mount)
Boat Club
Reference: UND/F1/FB
Dates of creation: 1860 - 1923
Photographs of college coxed fours crews, generally those which won trophies in the D.U.B.C. inter-collegiate races, especially the Senate Cup for first or senior crews and the Graduates Cup for second or junior crews. There are also 2 early photographs of college success in the Durham Regatta.
For other groups, see:
(Trial Fours and Challenge Pairs 1912) MIA 1/92
(Trial Fours, Challenge Pairs, President's Sculls 1913) MIA 1/180
(Trial Fours and Challenge Pairs 1913) MIA 1/217
(Senate 1914) MIA 1/245

UND/F1/FB1860   1860
University College Four [Durham Regatta Grand Challenge Cup winners]
Indoors, in trousers and rowing shirts, with a jug trophy (this may be the successor to the original Durham Regatta Grand Challenge Cup trophy which was a 2 handled cup but which had been won outright by University College in 1856; A.A. Macfarlane Grieve, A History of Durham Rowing (1922) p.193 reports that it was replaced by a silver jug, though the one in this photo does look very like the Wharton Challenge Cup (see ibid. p.32) which was apparently only presented in 1877 (see ibid. p.195)) on a table, mounted and framed, identified:
E. Furmston, J. Henderson, J. Farmer, L. Taylor stroke, H.L. Whatley cox
With a copy, 145 x 210mm, made in 2008.
1 BW print
Size: 143 x 198mm
Presented by Miss Harrison, granddaughter of J. Henderson, archdeacon of Northumberland.
Printed in N. Watson, The Durham Difference (2007), p.18.
UND/F1/FB1862   [1862]
[University College Four Durham Regatta Grand Challenge Cup winners]
Indoors, in suits and ties, with a jug trophy (which is the same as in FB1860). After 1860, University College next won the trophy in 1862, and then never again. The photo may even be a reunion group taken some years later
1 BW print
Size: 242 x 195mm
UND/F1/FB1894S   1894
University College Senior Inter-Collegiate [1st] Four
Outside the boat house, in suits, ties and caps, mounted and titled with the college arms, identified:
F.C. Hulton, T.R.E. Browne, G.F. Bell, L.M. Parkin, G.C. Pollard.
1 BW print
Size: 302 x 245mm
UND/F1/FB1895S   1895
University College 1st Four
Outside the boat house, in shorts and rowing tops (with crosses on the left breast), with a table with 5 goblets, with a pair of blades (looms only visible) and a rudder, mounted and titled, by F.W. Morgan, identified:
H.T. Oldroyd stroke, W.E Candy 3, T.C. Tanner 2, B.H. Winterbotham bow, A.W. Markby cox.
1 BW print
Size: 297 x 238mm
Printed in N. Watson, The Durham Difference (2007), p.26-27.
UND/F1/FB1895G   1895
University College Second Crew
Outside the boat house, in shorts, rowing tops (with coloured sleeve ends and plaquets) and shoes, cox in a blazer with a badge on his lapel and holding a rudder, with a pair of blades (looms only visible), mounted and titled (top cut off), by F.W. Morgan, identified:
A.C. Morris stroke, W. Read 2, W.M. Potts 3, J.S. King bow, L.M. Parkin cox.

Size: 290 x 245mm (photo), 450 x 350mm (mount)
UND/F1/FB1896S   1896
University College First Crew
At the foot of the Hall steps, in white trousers, rowing blazers (1 at least with a DU[B]C blazer), and ties, mounted and titled with the college arms, by James Bacon of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, identified: B.H. Winterbotham bow, J.S. King 3, W.M. Potts 2, A.C. Morris stroke, E.B. Walford cox.

Size: 235 x 190mm (photo), 460 x 350mm (mount)
UND/F1/FB1896G   1896
University College Four [Graduate Cup winners]
In the Castle garden, in shorts and rowing tops, with a table with the Graduate Cup (old style) and 5 goblets, with a pair of blades and a rudder, mounted and titled, by F.W. Morgan, identified:
R.W. King stroke, G.C.A. Smith bow, W.I. Wolfenden 3, T.F. Palmer 2, J.C. Blackett cox.
1 BW print
Size: 146 x 201mm
UND/F1/FB1897S   1897
University College 1st Four
In the Castle Great Court NW corner, in trousers, rowing 1st IV blazers, ties and caps, mounted and titled with the college arms, by J.R. Edis, identified:
H.R. Willimott 3, T.F. Palmer stroke, A.W. Markby cox, G.C.A. Smith 2, J.C. Blackett bow.
1 BW print
Size: 293 x 241mm
UND/F1/FB1898S   1898
University College Four Senate Cup [winners]
In the Castle Great Court NE corner, in trousers, rowing 1st IV blazers, waistcoats, watch chains, ties and caps, with a table with the Senate Cup and 5 goblets, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
J.C. Blackett bow, T.F. Palmer 2, H.R. Willimott 3, M. Buchannan stroke, C.T. Padbury cox.
1 BW print
Size: 300 x 235mm
UND/F1/FB1898G   1898
University College 2nd Four
In the Castle Great Court NE corner, in trousers, rowing 2nd IV blazers, waistcoats, watch chains, ties, and caps, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
F.W. Fell bow, A.F. van der Heyden 2, W.H. Anderton 3, G.C. Howard stoke, S.A. Hensley cox.
1 BW print
Size: 302 x 236mm
UND/F1/FB1899G   1899
University College Four Graduate Cup [winners]
In the Castle Great Court NE corner, in trousers, rowing 2nd IV blazers, waistcoats, watch chains, ties, and some caps, with a table with the Graduate Cup (new style, a new trophy having been presented in 1897) and 5 goblets, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
J.R. Balsdon 3, I.L. Hodge bow, J. Holding 2, W.R. Adams stroke, A.P.S. Pink cox.
1 BW print
Size: 295 x 235mm
UND/F1/FB1900S   1900
University College Four Senate Cup [winners]
In the Castle garden, in trousers, rowing 1st IV blazers, waistcoats, watch chains and ties, with a table with the Senate Cup and 5 small cups, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
J.R. Balsdon bow, W.R. Adams 2, A.L.H. Selwyn 3, M. Buchannan stroke, H.M. Walton cox.
1 BW print
Size: 300 x 235mm
UND/F1/FB1900G   1900
University College Four Graduate Cup [winners]
In the Castle garden, in trousers, rowing 2nd IV blazers, waistcoats, watch chains and ties, with a table with the Graduate Cup and 5 goblets, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
R.A. Norris bow, P.W. Rouse 2, H.Ll. Lloyd 3, C.T. Simcox stroke, E.J. White cox.
1 BW print
Size: 293 x 240mm
UND/F1/FB1901S   1901
University College Four Senate Cup [winners]
In the Castle garden, in trousers, rowing 1st blazers, waistcoats, watch chains and ties, with a table with the Senate Cup and 5 small cups, mounted and titled with the college arms, identified:
R.A. Norris bow, W.R. Adams 2, H. Ll. Lloyd 3. A.H. Cartwright stroke, H.M. Walton cox.
1 BW print
Size: 287 x 236mm
UND/F1/FB1902S   1902
University College Four Senate Cup [winners]
In the Castle garden, in trousers, rowing 1st IV blazers, waistcoats, watch chains and ties, with a table with the Senate Cup and 5 small cups, mounted and titled with the college arms, identified:
H.M. Walton bow, F.H. Bettison 2, J.H. Doorbar 3, M. Buchannan stroke, A.F. Watts cox.
1 BW print
Size: 293 x 247mm
“Framed for boat house” on the back.
UND/F1/FB1903S   1903
University College Four Senate Cup [winners]
In the Castle garden, in trousers, rowing 1st/2nd IV blazers, waistcoats, watch chains and ties, with a table with the Senate Cup and 5 small cups, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
A.T. Hall bow, E. Dodd 2, H.L. Lloyd 3, E.J. Lewis coach (in a cap), F. Stone stroke, J. Raper cox.
1 BW print
Size: 288 x 239mm
Printed: M. Richardson, Durham Cathedral City From Old Photographs, (Stroud 2010), p.102.
UND/F1/FB1904S   1904
University College Four Senate Cup [winners]
In the Castle garden, in trousers, rowing 1st IV blazers (1 DUBC), waistcoats, watch chains and ties, with a table with the Senate Cup and 5 small cups, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
H.M. Durand bow, E. Dodd 2, W.D. Lowe coach (in a cap), H.L. Lloyd 3, T.M. Tunnard stroke, J. Raper cox.
1 BW print
Size: 292 x 237mm
UND/F1/FB1905S   1905
University College Four Senate Cup [winners]
In the Castle garden, in trousers, rowing 1st IV blazers, waistcoats and ties, with a table with the Senate Cup and 5 small cups, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
H.M. Durand bow, A.B. Muddiman 2, W.D. Lowe coach (in a cap), A.T. Hall 3, T.M. Tunnard stroke, R.C. Morrell cox.
1 BW print
Size: 287 x 239mm
UND/F1/FB1906S   1906
University College Four Senate Cup winners
In the Castle garden, in trousers, rowing 1st IV blazers (1 DUBC), waistcoats and scarves, with a table with the Senate Cup and 5 small cups, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, ( “Whiteley” on the back), identified:
R. Harwood bow, L. Whiteley 2, W.D. Lowe coach (in a cap), S.C. Bryson 3, A.B. Muddiman stroke, C.G. Holland [cox].
1 BW print
Size: 291 x 238mm
UND/F1/FB1907S   1907
University College Four Senate Cup winners
In the Castle Great Court N side, in shorts, rowing 1st IV blazers (1 DUBC) and scarves, with a table with the Senate Cup and 3 small cups, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
T.E. Allen bow, R. Harwood 2, W.D. Lowe coach (in a cap), C.S. Bryson 3, L. Whiteley stroke, E.S. Nicholson cox.
1 BW print
Size: 290 x 239mm
UND/F1/FB1908S   1908
University College Four Senate Cup winners
In [the Castle] garden, in shorts, rowing 1st IV blazers and scarves, with a table with the Senate Cup and 5 small cups, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
S.C. Bryson bow, F.C.Longden 2, W.D. Lowe coach (in a cap), R. French 3, T.E. Allen stroke, MAO. Mayne cox.
1 BW print
Size: 291 x 236mm
UND/F1/FB1909G   1909
University College Four Graduates Cup winners
In [the Castle garden], in front of a wall with a door and a ?prop against the Castle wall, in trousers, rowing 2nd IV blazers and ties, with a table with the Graduates Cup and 5 goblets, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
E.S. Daniell 3, H.W. Facey 2, C.J. Crabtree coach, N.H. Cox bow, A.D. Kevan stroke, T.P.R. Clarke cox.
1 BW print
Size: 291 x 236mm
UND/F1/FB1909S   1909
University College Four Senate Cup winners
In [the Castle garden], in front of a wall with a door and a ?prop against the Castle wall, in trousers, rowing 1st IV blazers and ties, with a table with the Senate Cup and 5 small cups, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
R. French 3, C.J. Crabtree 2, W.D. Lowe coach, H. Ingham bow, F.C. Longden stroke, C.G.B. Baldwin cox.
1 BW print
Size: 291 x 237mm
UND/F1/FB1910G   1910
University College Four Graduates Cup winners
In [the Castle garden], in front of a wall, in trousers, rowing 2nd IV blazers and ties, with a table with the Graduates Cup and 5 goblets, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
A.H. Jackson, A.M. Sharp, F.C. Longden, D.H.S. Mould, S.J. Dawson, E.W. Cook.
1 BW print
Size: 289 x 240mm
UND/F1/FB1911G   1911
University College Four Graduates Cup winners
In [the Castle garden], in front of a wall, in trousers, rowing 2nd IV blazers and ties, with a table with the Graduates Cup and 5 goblets, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
T.P.R. Clarke cox, S.F. Streatfield stroke, H.D. Pilcher 2, E.W. Cooke coach, A.W.P. Jaggard 3, H.M. Woodward bow.
1 BW print
Size: 290 x 235mm
UND/F1/FB1912S   1912
University College Four Senate Cup winners
In the Castle Great Court NE corner, in trousers, rowing 1st IV blazers and scarves, with a table with the Senate Cup and 4 small cups, and a dog Zulu, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
G.B. James stroke, Dr W.D. Lowe coach (with cap), A.A. Macfarlane Grieve 3, R.F. Gunn 2, D.H.S. Mould bow, A.J. Norcock cox.
1 BW print
Size: 294 x 239mm
Another copy: MIA 1/62
UND/F1/FB1913S   1913
University College Four Senate Cup winners
In the Castle Great Court NE corner, in trousers, rowing 1st IV blazers and scarves, with a table with the Senate Cup and 5 small cups, and a dog Zulu, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
D.H.S. Mould bow 11st8, D.E. Ince 2 10st10, H.C.H. Francis cox 9st8 (with rudder), Dr W.D. Lowe coach (with cap), R.F. Gunn 3 12st10, A.A. Macfarlane Grieve stroke 11st7.
1 BW print
Size: 292 x 239mm
Another copy in MIA 1/123.
UND/F1/FB1923T   [December] 1923
University College Trial Fours
In the Castle Great Court NE corner, in shorts, blazers and scarves, with a table with a trophy and 5 tankards, mounted and titled with the college arms, and recording that the crew won the winter fours at Edinburgh on 12 December 1923 by 2 lengths representing D.U.B.C., by John R. Edis, identified:
Major A.A. MacFarlane Grieve coach, G.M. Jukes stroke, G.C. Green 2, W.R.A. Easthope bow, G.A. Hutchison 3, H.W. Schofield cox.
1 BW print
Size: 195 x 151mm
Another copy: MIA 3/76.
UND/F1/FB1961   December 1961
Castle Pickard Cambridge crew on the water by the boathouse: N.C.N. Thompson (bow), D. Parkin (2), W.J.F. Rawling (3), C.J.F. Madden (stroke), D.S. Cronan (cox).

Cricket Club
Reference: UND/F1/FC
Dates of creation: 1908 For other groups, see:
(1911) MIA 1/57
(1912) MIA 1/181

UND/F1/FC1908   1908
University College Cricket Club Grey Cup winners
In the Castle Great Court NE corner, in whites, various blazers and scarves, with the [Grey] cup, by John R. Edis, mounted and titled with the college arms, identified:
H.H. Firth, N.C.M. Frobisher, T.B. Pollard, W. Yates, H. Leigh, W.C. Morgan, R.J.D. Hepple capt, H.D. Liddell sec, J.C. Morgan, W.E. Jackson, G.O.A. Jackson.
1 BW print
Size: 291 x 238mm
Hockey Club
Reference: UND/F1/FD
Dates of creation: 1910 - 1923 For other groups, see:
(1911-1912) MIA 1/52.

UND/F1/FD1910   1910 - 1911
University College Hockey XI
On the Great Hall steps, in shorts, blazers, scarves, boots, with hockey sticks, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
A.A. Liney, W.F. Scott, M.G. Leadbitter, E.N.M. Firth, D.H.S. Mould, A.H.H. Oliver, B.H.H. Browne ref, J.C. Morgan, A.E. Hamilton, J.L. Mawson, J.C. Nuthall, H.G. Williams.

Size: 235 x 290mm (print)
Formerly numbered DULUC 1192.
Another copy: MIA 1/54.
UND/F1/FD1923   1922 - 1923
University College Hockey Club
In [the Castle] garden in front of a wall, in shorts, hockey shirts, blazers, scarves and boots, with hockey sticks, mounted and titled with the college arms and their record for 1921-22 and 1922-23 of played 16 won 16, by John R. Edis, identified:
R.W. Cartmel, A.C. Hague, K.S. Proctor, E. Roberts, C.M.K. Parsons, G.M. Jukes. E. Troup, J.I. Jones capt, H.A. Varty hon sec, S.H.G. Birt, T.R. Hayes, B.V. Borroughs.
1 BW print
Size: 203 x 153mm
Fives
Reference: UND/F1/FE
Dates of creation: 1896 - 1954 For other years, see:
(1931) EDI Pi291.

UND/F1/FE1896   1896
University College Fives Club
At the foot of the Hall steps, in white trousers, blazers and ties, with a table with [the Inter-College Fives Cup], and 6 goblets, mounted and titled with the college arms, by James Bacon of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, identified:
W.I. Wolvenden, L.F.B. Knight, B.H. Winterbotham, A.E. Thorpe, A.C. Morris, T.F. Palmer.

Size: 240 x 190 (photo), 460 x 350 (mount)
UND/F1/FE1897   [1897]
[University College Fives Club], in a corner of the Great Court, in shorts or breeches, sweaters and blazers, with a table with [the Inter-College Fives Cup] and 6 goblets, mounted, by F.W. Morgan of Durham, unidentified, but, by comparison with F1/FE1896 (also the basis for the date), reading L to R from the L corner:
T.F. Palmer, L.F.B. Knight, ?, A.C. Morris, ?, A.E. Thorpe.

Size: 207 x 152mm (photo), 340 x 265 (mount)
UND/F1/FE1898   [1898]
[University College Fives Club], in a corner of the Great Court, in trousers and blazers, with a table with [the Inter-College Fives Cup] and 6 goblets, mounted, by John R. Edis of Durham, identified in Add Ms 1618 as (LtoR): T.O. Phillips, T.F. Palmer, W.R. Adams, C.F. Turnbull, T.G.C. Howard, C.R. Ruck.

Size: 290 x 250mm
Presented by C.F. Turnbull.
Formerly: Misc Photos PH 3/B/92.
Copy in Add Ms 1618/12.
UND/F1/FE1906   1906
University College Fives Club
In [the Castle] garden, in white trousers, blazers, waistcoats and ties, with a table with [the Inter-College Fives Cup], balls and gloves, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
J.W. Hall, J. Loveday, E.L. Frossard, A.C. Billows, A.D. Millen, T.B. Pollard.
1 BW print
Size: 281 x 234mm
UND/F1/FE1908   1908
University College Fives Club
In [the Castle] garden, in trousers, blazers, waistcoats with watch chains and ties, with a table with [the Inter-College Fives Cup] and 6 tankards, balls and gloves, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
A.A. Liney, F.C. Longden, H.G. Stapley, W.C.Bevan, G.O.A. Jackson, T.B. Pollard capt.
1 BW print
Size: 291 x 238mm
UND/F1/FE1910   1910
University College Fives Club
In [the Castle Great Court], in a corner of a wall, in trousers, blazers and ties, with a table with [the Inter-College Fives Cup] and 6 tankards, balls and gloves, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
G.O.A. Jackson 1, F.C. Longden 1, J.L. Mawson 2, W.J. Wallace 2, W.B.H. Chandler 3, J.G. Taylor 3.
1 BW print
Size: 288 x 235mm
UND/F1/FE1913   1913
University College Fives Club
In the Castle Great Court NE corner, in trousers, blazers and scarves/ties, with a table with [the Inter-College Fives Cup] and 6 tankards, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
D.H.S. Mould, C.F. Burdett, V.H. Clay, A. Todd, H.E. Martin, A.G. Mathew.
1 BW print
Size: 292 x 240mm
UND/F1/FE1914   1914
University College Fives Club
In the Castle Great Court NE corner, in trousers, blazers and scarves, with a table with [the Inter-College Fives Cup] and 6 tankards, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
J.P. Adams, G. Hahn, A. Todd, C.P. Burdett, A.G. Mathew, H.Martin.
1 BW print
Size: 284 x 240mm
UND/F1/FE1922   1922
University College Fives Club
In [the Castle Great Court], in the corner of a wall, in shorts and blazers, with a table with [the Inter-Collegiate Fives Cup], 6 beakers, 2 fives balls and a pair of gloves, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
J.L. Horstead, T.R. Yeoman, J.E. Firminger, B. Dawe, W.T. Davies, E.S. Ragg.
1 BW print
Size: 202 x 153mm
UND/F1/FE1924   1924
University College Fives Club
In the Castle Great Court NE corner, in shorts and blazers, with a table with [the Inter-Collegiate Fives Cup] and 6 tankards, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
A.C. Hague, D.F. Wrench, H.A. Varty, F.R. Hedley, M.O. Galley, W.J. Ponsonby.
1 BW print
Size: 200 x 150mm
UND/F1/FE1926   1926
University College Fives Club
In [the Castle] garden on the tennis court, in shorts and sports shirts/sweaters/blazers, with a table with [the Inter-Collegiate Fives Cup] and 6 tankards, mounted and titled with the university and college arms, identified:
W.T.W. Johnson, D.F. Wrench, J.F. Skelly, secretary, N.M. Nowroji, K.W. Hodgson, captain, J.M. Carr.
1 BW print
Size: 203 x 152mm
UND/F1/FE1933   1933
University College Fives Club
In [the Castle] garden, in shorts and sports shirts/sweaters/blazers, with a table with [the Inter-Collegiate Fives Cup], 1 other trophy and 4 tankards, mounted and titled with the university and college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
G.R. Parkinson, T.H. Corden, W.J.C. Baldry, A.H. McQueen, N. Lonsdale, J. Robinson.
1 BW print
Size: 155 x 203mm
UND/F1/FE1954   1954
University College Fives Club
In the [Fellows'] garden, in white shorts, white shirts, blazers and white sports shoes, with 2 trophies on stands, by John R. Edis, identified:
M.J. Gallagher, J.B. Esmond, M[ichael] Bates, T.L. Goodfellow (Sec.), O.D. Kendall (Capt.), D.S. Halder.
1 BW print, mounted on grey card, mounted on white stiff card, titled with the university and college arms
Size: 205 x 155mm (print), 330 x 250mm (mount)
Given by Michael Bates October 2005, Acc No Misc.2005/2006:24.
Shooting
Reference: UND/F1/FF
Dates of creation: 1911 - 1914
UND/F1/FF1911   1911
University College Shooting Eight
In the Castle Great Court NE corner, in uniform with caps, puttees, ammunition belts , rifles, swagger stick, with a trophy, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
T.P.R. Clarke, H.D. Henderson, J.L. Mawson, G.B. James, A.A. Macfarlane Grieve, LCorp Lee-Warner, Sergt Steele, E.P. Grove, Capt W.D. Lowe, N.A. Vesey.
1 BW print
Size: 289 x 238mm
Another copy: MIA 1/37.
UND/F1/FF1912   1912
University College Shooting Eight
In the Castle Great Court NE corner, in uniform with caps, puttees, ammunition belts, rifles, swagger stick, with a trophy, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
H.S. Crabtree, H.C. Bender, V. Clay, F.E.B. Whitfield, D.E. Ince, S.J. Dawson, Col Sergt D.H.S. Mould, Capt W.D. Lowe, Sergt A.A. Macfarlane Grieve.
1 BW print
Size: 290 x 241mm
UND/F1/FF1913   1913
University College Shooting Eight
In the Castle Great Court NE corner, in uniform with caps, puttees, ammunition belts , rifles, swagger stick, with a trophy, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
Corp H.S. Crabtree, A. Todd, V. Clay, S.F. Dixon, D.E. Ince, Corp F.E.B. Whitfield, Col Sergt D.H.S. Mould, Capt W.D. Lowe, Sergt A.A. Macfarlane Grieve.
1 BW print
Size: 291 x 244mm
Another copy: MIA 1/131.
UND/F1/FF1914   1914
University College Shooting Eight
In the Castle Great Court NE corner, in uniform with caps, puttees, ammunition belts, rifles, swagger sticks, with a trophy and a dog [Zulu], mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
Corp A. Todd, J.H.C. Herald, Corp S.F. Dixon, G.H. Grimshaw, C.R.G. Fox, Staff Sergt A.H. Waton, Col Sergt F.E.B. Whitfield, Capt W.D. Lowe, 2nd Lieut A.A. Macfarlane Grieve, Sergt D.E. Ince.
1 BW print
Size: 294 x 239mm
Printed in N. Watson, The Durham Difference (2007), p.34; R. Brickstock, Durham Castle Fortress, Palace, College, (Durham 2007), p.76.
Another copy: MIA 1/252.
Tennis
Reference: UND/F1/FG
Dates of creation: 1912
UND/F1/FG1912   1912
University College Tennis Club
In the Castle Great Court NE corner, in trousers, blazers and scarves, with rackets, and a trophy, mounted and titled with the college arms, by John R. Edis, identified:
R.F. Gunn, J. Britton, B.Q. Norman, D.H.S. Mould, A.J. Norcock, J.C. Nuthall, C.P. Hamilton.
1 BW print
Size: 203 x 155mm
Printed in N. Watson, The Durham Difference (2007), p.26.
Another copy: MIA 1/179.
Athletics
Reference: UND/F1/FH
Dates of creation: c.1937 - 1953
UND/F1/FH1937   c.1937
In the Fellows Garden, outside the Garden Room window, group of 8 students, including [K.B. Gibson], in blazers, ties and trousers, ?Athletics Club, photo by Fillingham's.

Size: 200 x 150mm (print), 305 x 255mm (mount)
Given by Mrs Joy Gibson of Bolton, Lancs, widow of K.B. Gibson, 1 August 2005, Acc No Misc.2005/2006:10.
UND/F1/FH1953   [June] 1953
University College Athletics Club
In the Fellows Garden, in front of a laburnum tree in flower, most in dark tee-shirts, white shorts and training shoes, some in white [Durham Colleges] vests or track-suits, 1 in a blazer, tie and trousers, by John R. Edis, identified:
D.M. Moore, M.J.W. Lofting, K.I. Johnson, D.B. Taylor, D.H. Hogg, J.D. McLachlan, P.R. Gatenby, J.D. Thackwray, I.G. Young, R.A. Baker, J.L. Stoddart, D.L. Shield, I.H. Forster, E.H. Croft (Capt), P.J. Patterson, G.W. Ward, J.C. Coulson, J.A. Hodgson, D.H. Harrison.

Size: 210 x 150mm (photo), 330 x 250mm (mount)
Given by P.R. Gatenby to the Castle 25 April 2000, part of Misc.2005/2006:20 of 5 October 2005.
Cross-Country
Reference: UND/F1/FJ
Dates of creation: 1956
UND/F1/FJ1956   [March] 1956
University College Cross-Country Club 1955-1956, Durham Colleges champions
In the Fellows Garden, a group of 9 students, in white shorts and running vests with a double dark stripe (1 in a Durham Colleges vest), and running shoes, with 3 trophies on a stand, by John R. Edis, identified:
R. Blackburn, P.L. Goggin, A.C. Griffith, M[ichael] Bates, D. Harvey, P.W. Ebling, F.D. Gill (Hon.Sec.), I.H. Forster (Capt.), H. Gibson.
1 BW print, mounted on grey card, mounted on white stiff card, titled with the university and college arms
Size: 205 x 150mm (print), 330 x 250mm (mount)
Given by Michael Bates October 2005, Acc No Misc.2005/2006:24.
Rugby
Reference: UND/F1/FK
Dates of creation: 1908 - 1977 For other groups, see:
(1912-1913) MIA 1/91 & 130.

UND/F1/FK1908   1908 - 1909
University College [Rugby Football Club]
In the Great Court, in shirts, blazers, scarves, shorts, socks and boots, with a rugby ball, by John R. Edis, identified:
J.G. Taylor, A.H. Jackson, A.H. Sharp, H. Ingham, R. French, J.C. Nuthall, R.M. Langdale Smith, R.P. Butterfield, W. Yates. F.C. Longden, E.S.N. Bulmer, P.E. Wrench, W.E. Ingledow, E.S. Nicholson, Williams.

Size: 235 x 290mm (print), 390 x 505mm (mount)
UND/F1/FK1976   [1976]
[University College Rugby team]
On the Hall steps, in dark shirts, white (mostly) shorts, socks and boots/trainers, with a ball, 20 students, by Fillinghams, unidentified. Dated by comparison with F1/FK1977.
BW print
Size: 380 x 220mm
UND/F1/FK1977   [1977]
[University College Rugby team]
On the Hall steps, in dark shirts, white (mostly) shorts, socks and boots/trainers, with a ball, 20 students, by Fillinghams, unidentified. Dated by comparison with F1/FA1976.
BW print
Size: 370 x 225mm
Reunions
Reference: UND/F1/FL
Dates of creation: 1989
UND/F1/FL1989   [16 April] 1989
Durham Castle Society Reunion 1989, on the Great Hall steps, with also present the retiring staff Mary Vine, housekeeper, Cicely Shaw, portress, and Jean Oliver, master's secretary, all with bouquets presented on behalf of the Society. 2 copies.

Size: 302 x 204mm (print), 378 x 301 (mount)
UND/F1/FL2002   [?August] 2002
50th anniversary reunion of 1952 freshers, on the steps of the Great Hall, in jackets/suits and ties.

Original of John E. Pottinger.
Football
Reference: UND/F1/FM
Dates of creation: 1908 - 1909
UND/F1/FM1908   1908 - 1909
University College [Association Football Club]
In the Great Court, in shirt, blazers, scarves, shorts, socks and boots, with a football, by John R. Edis, identified:
W. Hodgkinson, W.S. Walton, P.E. Wrench, E.S.N. Bulmer, J.C. Nuthall, S. Hearslett, J.G. Taylor, H. Ingham, W. Yates, E.S. Nicholson, R.P. Butterfield.

Size: 235 x 290mm (print), 390 x 505mm (mount)
Fencing
Reference: UND/F1/FN
UND/F1/FN1953   [June 1953]
University College Fencing Team, in blazers, ties/cravats, trousers and shoes, outside in the Fellos Garden against the outer wall, with a trophy and epées: back row, LtoR J.E. Pottinger, D. Silvester, T.D. Chippendale, R. Burley, front row, LtoR W.R. Eadington, D. Greaves, P. Newsome (captain), H.N. Baynes (secretary), D. Hogg

From an original held by John E. Pottinger.
Buildings
Reference: UND/F1/FY
Dates of creation: c.1900 - c.1980
UND/F1/FY1   c.1900
View from the Fellows Garden NE showing part of the garden with a pond, the corner of the Routh Library building, the Castle gatehouse and keep.

Size: 155 x 109mm
UND/F1/FY2   c.1900
View of the Castle courtyard looking NW showing the steps to the Great Hall, Cosin's staircase and Tunstal's Gallery.

Size: 158 x 112mm
UND/F1/FY3   c.1900
View of the Castle courtyard looking NE showing Tunstal's chapel, the keep with a flag flying and the back of the gatehouse.

Size: 290 x 240mm
UND/F1/FY4   c.1900
View of the Castle courtyard looking NW showing the Great Hall entrance steps, Cosin's staircase and Tunstal's Gallery.

Size: 292 x 240mm
UND/F1/FY5   c.1900
View of the Castle courtyard looking NW showing the library, the Great Hall steps, Cosin's staircase, and Tunstal's Gallery. By “C.N. & Co.”, no.4790.

Size: 292 x 203mm
UND/F1/FY6   c.1900
View of the Castle courtyard looking NE showing Tunstal's chapel and the keep, ivy growth and a tree in leaf in the corner. By F[rancis] F[rith] & Co, no 30761.
[Original] endorsed “To Mrs Westgarth 12/-”.

Size: 286 x 220mm
UND/F1/FY7   c.1900
View looking SE of Durham cathedral from across the Wear, by F. Frith & Co Ltd of Reigate.

Size: 288 x 218mm
UND/F1/FY8   c.1970
View through the Castle gatehouse into the courtyard towards Tunstal's Gallery.

Size: 158 x 238mm
UND/F1/FY9   c.1980
View E from Palace Green of Bailey Court.

Size: 195 x 245mm
UND/F1/FY10   c.1980
View SW along the back of Bailey Court and part of Cosin Hall, with 2 students standing, by Stewart Bale of Liverpool.

Size: 240 x 180mm
UND/F1/FY11-13   c.1980
The Lowe Library interior, showing tables, chairs, bookcases, gallery, ash trays, sheaf catalogues, desk lamps. 1 photo is a duplicate.

Size: 297 x 225mm
UND/F1/FY14   25 January 1908
Interior view of the Great Hall looking towards the minstrels' gallery, titled “Anthony Bec's Hall” and “Durham Castle, the Headquarters of the University of Durham”.

Size: 180 x 210 (print), 303 x 405mm (mount)
Bought by the bursar in 1993/94 for £5.
Published in Country Life 25 January 1908 p.126, and again in Castellum No46 1993/94 p.13.
UND/F1/FY15   [1953 x 1957]
Hall and Black staircase exterior from across the courtyard.

Size: 155 x 220mm
UND/F1/FY16   [c.1965]
Moatside development, exterior views of Bailey and Palace Green fronts, and the interior courtyard, by Stewart Bale of Liverpool.

UND/F1/FY17   1938
Newly restored winged angel over Cosin's Porch.

UND/F1/FY18   [c.1960)
Skeleton in a cupboard.

UND/F1/FY19   2004
Keep through trees, from Durham First.

UND/F1/FY20   2001
Photocopy of a Nollekins drawing of a Bishop Trevor memorial.

UND/F1/FY21   [c.1965]
Hall stairs student room interior.

UND/F1/FY22   [c.1990]
Fellows Garden Building under construction.

UND/F1/FY23   c.1950 - 2000
Views of the castle.

UND/F1/FY24   [1990]
Details of the Norman arch off the Tunstal Gallery

Size: 200 x 250mm
Individuals, other groups and events
Reference: UND/F1/FZ
Dates of creation: 1907 - 1991
UND/F1/FZ1   1907 - 1909
Montage of student photographs, all signed:
G.M. Forde 1909 (Hatfield)
Maxwell Fisher 1909 (Hatfield)
T.W.W. Cathrey (St Chads)
S.G.S. 1907 (?Stanley Gordon Smith, unattached)
W.F.H.N. Eldershaw (Hatfield)
Harold B. Wilson 1909 (University)
Wm Ingledow (University)

Size: 41 x 80mm (prints), 490 x 161mm (mount)
Similar montage: UND/F1/FZ12 below.
UND/F1/FZ2   June 1953
Robert Thomson, (censor and tutor of University College 1949-1955, later senior tutor 1955-1964), 3/4 length, in the great court, with the clock behind, in a gown with mortar board and scroll, noted on the back as being posed in the style of Charles Thorp as both were educated at RGS Newcastle and University College Oxford.

Size: 130 x 130mm (frame)
UND/F1/FZ3   [1987]
A. Durham World Heritage Site plaque close-up.
B. Durham World Heritage Site plaque with Colin Moynihan standing by it, with other [dignitaries], a film crew and Palace Green in the background.

Size: 125 x 175mm
UND/F1/FZ4   23 March 1967
Queen Elizabeth II at Durham Castle on Maundy Thursday to deliver the Maundy purses at Durham cathedral, including the arrival of the royal party in the royal Rolls, with the press and a welcoming party of the aldermen, members and officials of Durham City Council lining either side of the drive round the steps to the Great Hall, the Queen walking along the lines accompanied by the mayor of Durham, Mrs M.A. Thornhill, and the lord lieutenant, Sir James Duff, and then leaving the Tunstal Gallery after the mayor and the bishop of Jarrow, A.K. Hamilton, the chancellor of the diocese, E. Garth Moore, and the registrar of the diocese, H.C. Ferens, and with the bishop of Durham, I.T. Ramsey, and the lord lieutenant. Also in view are various policemen, 2 white police Jaguars, one CLP679C, 2 other royal cars (?1 an Austin Princess), and 3 other police cars, one a Jaguar, one an Austin/Morris 1100 RUP871, and the other UYW505; also the Great Hall prepared for the subsequent luncheon with the staff in attendance, and the kitchen staff lined up in the kitchen.
Photos by Fillinghams Photography of Elvet Bridge, Durham.

Size: 160 x 115mm
For full details of the royal visit, see Durham County Advertiser of 31 March 1967.
UND/F1/FZ5   c.1930
[P.J. Heawood, OBE, DCL, professor of Mathematics at Durham 1911-1939, secretary of Durham Castle Restoration Trust.] Half-length, in suit, waistcoat and tie, by Elliott & Fry of 55 Baker St, London.

Size: 105 x 147mm (print), 205 x 291mm (mount)
UND/F1/FZ6   [June 1981]
4 images of a Castle VIII and 2 images of 2 different Castle IVs rowing in the [Durham Regatta] along the racecourse.

Size: 120 x 150 - 195mm
1 printed in Castellum 1981.
UND/F1/FZ7   [June 1981]
5 images of the performance of Shakespeare's “Romeo and Juliet” in the Fellows Garden by the Castle Theatre Company.

Size: 115 x 185mm and 155 x 245mm
1 image printed in Castellum 1981.
UND/F1/FZ8   c.1980
A group of students drinking at the Undercroft bar.

Size: 178 x 124mm
UND/F1/FZ9   c.1990
Graduation ceremony, showing the procession of students coming towards the gateway from Palace Green, the academics lining up in the courtyard to enter the Great Hall along with two PVCs, and graduands about to receive their degrees in the Great Hall.

Size: 126 x 123mm
UND/F1/FZ10   c.1990
Views of the gatehouse with people walking towards it, 2 from Palace Green with visitors resting on the wall outside the Library Old Buildings, and one from inside.

Size: 125 x 125mm
UND/F1/FZ11   [28 November 1991]
Visit of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, lunched as guests of Durham County Council, with the Queen on the steps of the Great Hall, escorted by the chairman of the County Council, Mick Terrans, with Prince Philip and others of the royal party in the courtyard below.

Size: 303 x 303mm
Further pictures in UND/CK1/BD.
UND/F1/FZ12   1909 - 1911
Montage of student photographs, all signed:
Harold D. Streatfeild (St Chad's)
G.B.H. Bishop 1911 (St Chad's)
T.A. Lee 1910 (Hatfield)
W.R.D. Mills 1910 (St Chad's)
G.J. Lester June 1910 (Hatfield)
?Hugh W. Forster.
W. Yates February 1909 (University)

Size: 41 x 80mm (prints), 490 x 161mm (mount)
Formerly numbered DURUC 1191.
Similar montage: UND/F1/FZ1 above.
UND/F1/FZ13   [c.1985]
Retirement of Ciceley Shaw, Jean Oliver and Mrs Vine, small groups with cake and flowers indoors and large group outside on the Great Hall steps, with a Beric Tempest order form.

UND/F1/FZ14   [c.1980]
Mrs [Ciceley] Shaw, standing in the gaetway holding the bell-pull.

UND/F1/FZ15   11 February 1987
Roger Norris holding an MS cookery book, and a chef holding a dish, in the kitchens, by P. Thompson.

UND/F1/FZ16   [c.1900]
[?Canon Ellershaw] head and shoulders in clerical dress, by J. Nevill of Piccadilly.

UND/F1/FZ17   [c.1900]
T.H. Philpott, full length, in a photographer's studio, by T. Heaviside of Durham.

UND/F1/FZ18   [c.1900]
Archdeacon Bland of Northumberland, full length, with cane and books on a plinth in a photographer's studio, by T. Heaviside of Durham.

UND/F1/FZ19   [c.1930]
[Miss Carr's] father, in a suit with hat and cane, seated on a bench outside.

UND/F1/FZ20   [c.1940]
Lt-Col Bordes (k c.1941) half-length, in uniform, by James Bacon of Newcastle, with a letter from the mother 11 March 1945 with details of his military career.

UND/F1/FZ21   [c.1944]
2nd Lt Alan Ford (k 28 June 1944), half-length, in uniform, with a letter from his mother.

UND/F1/FZ22   [c.1990]
?Albert Cartmel and a lady inspecting worn stonework and roof slates, by Paul Sidney.

UND/F1/FZ23   [1994]
Castle staff group on the Great Hall steps

UND/F1/FZ24   [c.1990]
Man in a suit seated in an armchair.

UND/F1/FZ25   [c.1916]
2nd Lt Geoffrey Harrison Grimshaw, half length in uniform, with letters from his cousin Pat Pearcy 1991 and 1998 with his details and about giving his cap and swagger stick.

UND/F1/FZ26   [?June] 1931
German WW1 gun in the Castle courtyard, with various students sitting on it and others standing around, in suits and gowns, some with hoods and buttonholes, also some [OTC] members in unfirom formed up with rifles, and two in kilts with pipes, by the Northern Echo.

UND/F1/FZ27   [?1931]
[?Chancellor's installation], academics in academic dress standing in the courtyard

UND/F1/FZ28   [c.1995]
Students in jackets, ties and gowns, gathered on the Great Hall steps “from John Atkins 2/00” .

UND/F1/FZ29   [?May 1961]
Visit of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip duke of Edinburgh, walking along Palace Green through the crowds from the Castle towards the Cathedral, by the Northern Echo.

UND/F1/FZ30   May 1961
Visit of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip duke of Edinburgh: driving into the courtyard in the Rolls Royce, police at the attention; walking from the Great Hall across the courtyard, students beyond many with cameras; students on the mound with the royal standard above, with a letter from Norman Thompson of 2003 identifying many.

UND/F1/FZ31   [c.1990]
Medieval pageant, in the Great Hall (formal dancing) and the Fellows Garden.

UND/F1/FZ32   [?1973]
Dinner in the Great Hall, with the ?mayor and bishop presiding.

Publications
Reference: UND/F1/G
UND/F1/G1   [c.1935] - [c.1995]
Guide books:
The History of Durham Castle, by Brigadier-General H. Conyers Surtees, (1928), 24p with 1 BW illustration and a foldout plan, printed by G.F. Laybourne Co Ltd, printers, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
University College, Durham, [by Henry Gee], [c.1935], 20p with 9 BW illustrations + 1p inserted, a historical survey and tour of the castle, with a plan of the castle inserted, printed by G. Bailes & Son Durham
University College, Durham, [by Henry Gee], [c.1935], 20p with 11 BW illustrations, a historical survey and tour of the castle, by Thomas Caldcleugh, Durham
Durham Castle An Illustrated Survey of the Ancient Castle of the Bishops of Durham now occupied by University College Durham, by Bertram Colgrave, [1953], 32p with 31 BW and 1 colour illustrations and 2 scale plans, designed and produced by English Life Publications Ltd
Durham Castle A Short Guide, by Henry Gee, revised by A.A. Macfarlane-Grieve, A.I. Doyle and C.W. Gibby, [1968], 20p with 11 BW illustrations and a scale plan, by City Printing Works, Chester-le-Street
Durham Castle An illustrated Guidebook with text, by Duncan Bythell, (1974), 24p with 12 colour (including the cover) and 26 BW illustrations, and a scale plan, produced by Jarrold Colour Publications of Norwich, with a typescript text of 1973.
Durham Castle An illustrated Guidebook with text, by Duncan Bythell, additional material (1992) by Martin Leyland, 20p with 20 colour and 17 BW illustrations, and a scale plan, produced by Jarrold Colour Publications of Norwich.
A Brief Guide to Durham Castle English text, with leaflets in French, Spanish and Italian, [c.1995], 4 items
Durham Castle University College, Durham, by Duncan Bythell (1974), revised by Richard Brickstock (2012), 32p with 59 colour and BW illustrations, a scale plan and a timeline, produced by Hudson's Media Ltd of Peterborough

UND/F1/G2   [c.1925] - [2000]
Prospectuses:
University College prospectus of the college, [c.1925], 14p illustrated with exterior and interior views, tempore Ellershaw as master, with MS annotations updating it to How's time, with 2 notes from the master sending it to K.B. Gibson.
Durham Castle University College Durham prospectus, 1939, iv + 20p with 14 BW illustrations and a plan
University College and Hatfield College prospectus, November 1944, 4p, detailing the governing body of the jointly administered colleges, the fees, scholarships, grants, degrees, services, and sports available, with pictures of the castle and an undergraduate's room in the keep.
University of Durham University College and Hatfield College prospectus, November 1948, 4p
University College Durham Prospectus, [c.1985], 8p with 5 BW illustrations + 2p inserted of college officers
University College University of Durham an introduction, [c.1985], 3-fold
University College Durham Information for Prospective Students, [c.1995]
University College prospectus, [2000], 2f, colour illustrated with a plan

UND/F1/G3   [1934 - 1937]
College headed notepaper, and Christmas New Year cards for 1934/35 (with envelope) and 1937/38.

Given by Mrs Joy Gibson of Bolton, Lancs, widow of K.B. Gibson, 1 August 2005, Acc No Misc.2005/2006:10.
UND/F1/G4   11 May 1957
Castle Day programme

Given by Michael Bates October 2005, Acc No Misc.2005/2006:24.
UND/F1/G5   October 1932
University College, Durham, Occasional Paper Vol.1 No.11

UND/F1/G6   [c.1990]
Durham Castle Development Office appeal brochure, with a foreword by Prince Charles, and watercolours by Tom Robb

UND/F1/G8   1969, 1983, 1994
Flower festival brochures detailing the organising committee, the route, the arrangements and arrangers.
- Durham Castle Festival of Flowers 4-6 July 1969.
- Heritage in Flowers Durham Castle 2-4 July 1983.
- Castle in Bloom A Festival of Flowers 19-22 August 1994.

UND/F1/G10   [1970] - [2010]
Brochures promoting the castle as a tourist and conference venue:
University College The Castle, Durham Conference Accommodaion ..., 2f, [c.1970]
University College Durham Tourist and Conference Information, 2f with a tourist accommodation tariff of 1 October 1989 inserted.
Come and stay in Durham Castle (1998), 3-fold, illustrated, including plans of the university and the castle.
Durham Castle [c.2010], 3-fold, colour illustrated
Durham Castle [c.2010], folder with wedding and buffet menus, wine list and prices including for accommodation

UND/F1/G11   [c.1932] - October 2001
College regulations:
[Regulations ?c.1932]
[Regulations] (including Hatfield), Michaelmas 1946
Health and Safety at Work College Safety Policy and Regulations (1984)
Operation of Bar and Cellar [?1984]
Information and Regulations (with 1988/89 inserts)
“Information and Regulations” July 1993
Information and Regulations October 1999
Information and Regulations October 2001

UND/F1/G12   July 1942 - June 1946
University College & Hatfield College News Sheet, issues 1, 3-5, 7-15, 17-19, typescript to issue 9 then printed, with news of the college and its former members.

UND/F1/G12   Easter 1947 & Epiphany 1948
Collegium, a successor to the News Sheet to keep former members of both colleges in touch with goings-on in Durham until each college could establish its own magazine (Castellum in Castle's case) when each was back under its own administration

UND/F1/G13   Michaelmas 1981 & Epiphany 1982
Small Print Magazine, a student magazine of features and college news, edited by David Simonson; 2 editions only.

Formerly Per Local SMA
UND/F1/G14   October 2011 - May 2014
“Castle Crier”, weekly newsletter for the college's students with contributions from the college's senior officers, and also “Otto, the College Dog”

UND/F1/G15   [c.2000]
College Christmas card:
Elvet Bridge with castle and cathedral beyond, snow-covered, BW, by Paul Cowhan

Deposited personal collections
Reference: UND/F1/H
Records of former members of the college left to the college, or other collections presented to the college.

G.M. MacFarlane Grieve photograph collection
Reference: UND/F1/H1
Dates of creation: 1912 - 1914
A collection of images of a student's recreational activities as a member of University College in Durham just before the First World War. Most of the collection features rowing on the Wear, especially the various university events such as the Senate Cup and Trial Fours, also the annual varsity race with Edinburgh University. Images of the Henley royal regatta also feature prominently, though no Durham crews are recorded. There are some other University College and Durham Colleges sporting groups and events, some views of Durham and environs, especially the Wear in flood, a series of images from O.T.C. camp, and a few more relaxed images of contemporaries at Durham along with a small collection of probably artistic shots.
Gavin Malcolm Macfarlane Grieve, the younger brother of A.A. Macfarlane Grieve, was a student at University College Durham from 1913 to 1916, graduating with a BA (litt. ant.) which he took on 12 December 1916. He served in the 1st Royal Highlanders at home in 1915 and then with the 3rd Royal Highlanders in France in 1916 when he was wounded and returned home to serve in the No.2 Officers Cadet Battalion from 1917 to 1919.
Left at the Castle lodge for Richard Brickstock “Ex Macfarlane Grive's brother” ( sic) and immediately transferred by Richard Brickstock, Castle curator, to DUL ASC 10 May 2005, Acc No Misc. 2004/2005:56.
Series A-E had been individually numbered and put into envelopes with titles on the envelopes and separate lists of the images in A and C, all possibly done by Macfarlane Grieve. These lists and the numbering show that some images have not survived, but their numbering has been retained, albeit with the letter and number inverted. There were also 2 boxes of unnumbered and unidentified images of not obviously Durham material; some may be family but most seem to have been taken more as artistic and compositional studies. These have now been numbered as series F and G.

UND/F1/H1/A4   July 1913
Henley rowing regatta: eights, St John's [College Oxford] v Shrewsbury [School], Ladies Plate.
scale: Stop f8 Exposure 1/250

UND/F1/H1/A8   July 1913
Henley rowing regatta: eights, First Trinity [College Cambridge] v Eton [College], Ladies Plate.
scale: Stop f8 Exposure 1/250

UND/F1/H1/A9   July 1913
Henley rowing regatta: single sculls, McGilly v Pinks, Diamond Sculls.
scale: Stop f8 Exposure 1/250

UND/F1/H1/A11   July 1913
Henley rowing regatta: eights, Eton [College] v St John's [College Oxford], Ladies Plate.
scale: Stop f8 Exposure 1/250

UND/F1/H1/A12   July 1913
Henley rowing regatta: fours, LMBC [Cambridge] v University [College Oxford], Wyfold Cup, college barge behind.
scale: Stop f8 Exposure 1/250

UND/F1/H1/A14   July 1913
Henley rowing regatta: Germans v Canadians, Stewards Cup.
scale: Stop f8 Exposure 1/250

UND/F1/H1/A15   June 1913
Durham: Edinburgh university four [H.P.W. White, J.F. van der Westhuijzen, E. Chalker, A.M. Machlainn, J.M. Verster] rowing under Baths bridge.

UND/F1/H1/A16   June 1913
Durham: Edinburgh university four, easied against the Racecourse bank.

UND/F1/H1/A17   June 1913
Durham: [Durham] School four rowing under Baths bridge, pair in a canoe beyond.

UND/F1/H1/A18   June 1913
Durham: “scratch crew” four (Sclater, Urquhart, Lowe, Stearns) leaving [Castle] landing.

UND/F1/H1/A19   June 1913
Durham: “scratch crew” four (Sclater, Urquhart, Lowe, Stearns) starting, tub pair beyond.

UND/F1/H1/A20   June 1913
Durham: “reserve second crew” four, starting, mill beyond.

UND/F1/H1/A22   June 1913
Durham: “second crew in clinker” four, starting.

UND/F1/H1/A23   June 1913
Durham: “second crew in clinker” four, rowing.

UND/F1/H1/A24   June 1913
Durham: “second varsity in fine” four, starting, mill beyond.

UND/F1/H1/A25   June 1913
Durham: “second varsity” clinker four, on the landing stage.

UND/F1/H1/A26   June 1913
Durham rowing regatta: Grand Challenge Cup final, [Durham] School v Tyne A.R.C. fours, racing.

UND/F1/H1/A29   June 1913
Durham rowing regatta: Lady Anne Lambton School v Tyne A.R.C. fours, racing.

UND/F1/H1/A30   May 1913
Durham University Sports at Newcastle: tug of war, University College v Hatfield.

UND/F1/H1/A31   May 1913
Durham University Sports at Newcastle: tug of war, Armstrong v Hatfield.

UND/F1/H1/A32   June 1913
June Week: Derby Rag on Palace Green, Durham, looking S to the cathedral.

UND/F1/H1/A33   June 1913
Party at Corbridge, group of 25 men in suits, jackets and hats.

UND/F1/H1/A34   June 1913
Roman pier at Chester's (Cilurnum).

UND/F1/H1/A35   June 1913
Chollerford Bridge over the North Tyne.

UND/F1/H1/A36   June 1913
On the platform at Hexham railway station, 4 men sitting on a bench, carriages behind.

UND/F1/H1/A37   May 1913
Durham, Castle chapel altar, with flowers on, and reredos.

UND/F1/H1/A38   May 1913
Durham, Castle chapel looking east showing stalls, lectern, altar, reredos, E window.

UND/F1/H1/A42   June 1912
Durham: “scratch crew” four (Buchanan, Hutchinson, Stocks, Lowe, Norcock), Bede college beyond, another four on the river.

UND/F1/H1/A43   June 1912
Durham: group spectating at the cricket ground (Gunn, Mould, Dawson, Leyshon, Oliver, Stearns), in jackets/blazers, some hats.

UND/F1/H1/A45   May 1912
Durham University Sports, Newcastle: A.H.H. Oliver winning the half mile, crowd beyond.

UND/F1/H1/A46   November 1912
Durham: [University College] Trial Fours first boat (Crabtree, Bender, Ince, Dawson, Francis), rowing.

UND/F1/H1/A47   December 1912
Durham: [University College] four (Ince, Mould, Lowe, Mould, Norcock) on the landing stage

UND/F1/H1/A48   December 1912
Ince, Mould, Dawson in shorts and blazers standing outside a window.

UND/F1/H1/A49   November 1912
Durham: University College Challenge Pairs (Norcock, A.A. Macfarlane Grieve, Mould) in a pair, starting.

UND/F1/H1/A50   November 1912
Durham: University College Challenge Pairs (Norcock, A.A. Macfarlane Grieve, Mould) in a pair, starting.

UND/F1/H1/B1   June 1912
View N along the Wear, wooded banks, towards Finchale.

UND/F1/H1/B2   June 1912
Sunderland railway viaduct, over the Wear, between Durham and Finchale.

UND/F1/H1/B3   June 1912
Finchale abbey, church choir interior looking NE.

UND/F1/H1/B4   June 1912
Durham St Oswalds church tower, from the Wear.

UND/F1/H1/B5   June 1912
Durham, Elvet bridge, E end.

UND/F1/H1/B6   June 1912
Durham and cathedral, distant view from SE.

UND/F1/H1/B7   June 1913
View N along the Wear, wooded banks, towards Finchale.

UND/F1/H1/B8   June 1913
Durham cathedral, view from N from castle keep [roof].

UND/F1/H1/B9   June 1913
Durham, view looking SE from castle keep roof over Elvet Bridge, Wear, and adjacent buildings.

UND/F1/H1/B10   June 1913
View looking SW from castle chapel roof over castle lodge, adjacent buildings and cathedral W end.

UND/F1/H1/B11   June 1913
Durham, view looking SE from castle keep “No 40” over Elvet Bridge, Wear, Elvet, and Hild and Bede colleges.

UND/F1/H1/B12   June 1913
Durham, Kepier Hospital gateway.

UND/F1/H1/B13   April 1913
Durham, Elvet bridge, floods.

UND/F1/H1/B14   April 1913
Durham, Elvet bridge, floods, looking SW to cathedral and castle.

UND/F1/H1/B15   April 1913
Durham, Wear, Fulling Mill and weir, in flood.

UND/F1/H1/B16   Summer 1914
Durham, Wear, floods, opposite Hild and Bede colleges.

UND/F1/H1/B17   Summer 1914
Durham, Wear, floods, near the Baths.

UND/F1/H1/B18   Summer 1914
Durham, Elvet bridge, looking NE, floods.

UND/F1/H1/B19   Summer 1914
Durham, Elvet bridge, floods, punts moored, looking SW to the cathedral.

UND/F1/H1/B20   Summer 1914
Durham, Wear, weir and South Street Mill, floods.

UND/F1/H1/B21   Summer 1914
Durham, Wear, near Prebend's Bridge, floods.

UND/F1/H1/B22   June 1914
Bamburgh Castle, view from NW, landward, side.

UND/F1/H1/B23   June 1914
Bamburgh Castle, view from NE, seaward, side, beach and beach huts.

UND/F1/H1/B24   [June] 1914
Durham, C. Cooper, J.H.C. Herald, ?D. or S.F. Dixon, D.E. Ince, F.R. Croft rowing in a fine four by the Racecourse.

UND/F1/H1/B26   [June] 1914
Durham, Castle boathouse, rowing, launching a fine four.

UND/F1/H1/B27   [June] 1914
Durham, Castle boathouse, rowing, “Varsity crew landing”, in [university] singlets.

UND/F1/H1/B28   [June] 1914
Durham, fine four rowing near the Baths.

UND/F1/H1/B30   [June] 1914
Durham, Edinburgh university 1st and 2nd fours starting.

UND/F1/H1/B33   [June] 1914
Durham, Durham School four rowing near the Baths.

UND/F1/H1/B34   [June] 1914
Durham, C.G. Killick, J.H.C. Herald, E.T. Pakenham, L.C.K. Wyatt, P.L. Phillips rowing in a four on the Wear.

UND/F1/H1/B35   [June] 1914
Durham, C.G. Killick, P.S.J. Welsford, E.T. Pakenham, L.C.K. Wyatt, P.L. Phillips, rowing in a fine four under Baths bridge.

UND/F1/H1/B36   [June] 1914
Durham, P.L. Phillips, L.C.K. Wyatt, E.T. Pakenham, P.S.J. Welsford, C.G. Killick, rowing in a fine four on the Wear.

UND/F1/H1/B37   [June] 1914
Durham rowing regatta, Sunderland v Durham City, fours, racing, Hild college beyond.

UND/F1/H1/B38   [June] 1914
Durham, castle, fellows garden, 3 men playing tennis.

UND/F1/H1/B39   [June] 1914
Durham, castle, fellows garden, 4 men playing tennis.

UND/F1/H1/B40   [June] 1914
Durham, D.E. Ince and J.C. Morgan in a punt.

UND/F1/H1/B41   [June] 1914
Durham, L.C.K. Wyatt, W.D. Lowe and D.E. Ince reclining in grass “up the river”.

UND/F1/H1/B42   [June] 1914
Durham, L.C.K. Wyatt, W.D. Lowe and D.E. Ince reclining in grass “up the river” with dog, cattle looking on.

UND/F1/H1/B43   [June] 1914
Durham, L.C.K. Wyatt, W.D. Lowe and D.E. Ince punting [on the Wear].

UND/F1/H1/B44   [June] 1914
Durham, L.C.K. Wyatt and another punting [on the Wear].

UND/F1/H1/B45   [June] 1914
Durham, W.D. Lowe, A.A. Macfarlane Grieve and L.C.K. Wyatt picnicking with dog.

UND/F1/H1/C1   1912
“Elstow [School, Beds], house running group”, 2 boys seated, 1 with a trophy, 1 with a dog, with a man standing behind.

UND/F1/H1/C2   1912
“Elstow [School, Beds], school running group”, 8 boys in shirts and shorts, with a master, “Elstow v Bedford Grammar”.

UND/F1/H1/C3   1912
Durham, University College hockey XI 1910-1911, on the Hall steps, in blazers and shrts, with sticks.

UND/F1/H1/C4   1912
Durham, Colleges hockey XI 1910-1911, on the Hall steps, in blazers and shorts, with sticks, M.G. Leadbetter, B.H.H. Brown.

UND/F1/H1/C5   1912
Durham, University College cricket XI 1911, in a corner of the fellows garden, in blazers, cravats and trousers.

UND/F1/H1/C6   1912
Durham, University College Senate Cup group 1912, in a corner of the fellows garden, in blazers and trousers, with the trophy and individual cups, and a dog.

UND/F1/H1/C7   1912
Durham, University College hockey XI 1911-1912, on the Hall steps, in blazers and shorts with sticks.

UND/F1/H1/C8   1912
Durham, Colleges rugby XV 1911-1912, in the fellows garden, in blazers and shorts.

UND/F1/H1/C9   1912
Durham, University College shooting team 1912, in the fellows garden, in uniform, with rifles and trophy, H.S. Crabtree, H.C. Bender, V.H. Clay, F.E.B. Whitfield, D.E. Ince, S.J. Dawson, Col Sergt D.H.S. Mould, Capt Lowe, Sergt A.A. Macfarlane Grieve.

UND/F1/H1/C10   1912
Durham, University College cricket XI 1912, in the fellows garden, in blazers and trousers, A.G. Mathew, D.E. Ince, F.E.B. Whitfield, F.T. Salter, W.C.S. Gregson.

UND/F1/H1/C11   1912
Durham, University College tennis VI 1912, in the fellows garden, in blazers and trousers, with rackets and a trophy, R.F. Gunn, J. Britton, B.Q. Norman, D.H.S. Mould.

UND/F1/H1/C12   1912
Durham, University College Wharton group 1912, in the fellows garden, in blazers and trousers, with the trophy, and a dog, D.H.S. Mould, E.V. Stocks, H.D. Stearns, Dr W.D. Lowe, R.F. Gunn.

UND/F1/H1/C13   1912
Durham v Edinburgh universities rowing group 1912, in the fellows garden, in blazers and trousers, N.P.R. Galloway (2), Urquart esq (Edinburgh coach), Dr W.D. Lowe (Durham coach), Rev Slater (Edinburgh coach), E.V. Stocks (Durham coach), D.H.S. Mould (bow), E. Chalker (3), R.F. Gunn (2).

UND/F1/H1/C15   1912
Durham, rowing regatta 1848, engraving of boats towards Prebends Bridge, cathedral beyond, crown on the near bank.

UND/F1/H1/C16   1912
Durham, “Historic Eight”, rowing on the Wear, Fulling Mill and cathedral beyond.

UND/F1/H1/C17   1912
Durham, University College rugby XV 1912-1913, in fellows garden, in blazers and trousers.

UND/F1/H1/C18   1912
Durham, University College Trial Fours, Challenge Pairs and President's Sculls crews 1912, in the fellows garden, in blazers and trousers.

UND/F1/H1/C19   1913
W.K. Hilton, half-length, in jacket and tie.

UND/F1/H1/C20   1913
Durham, Colleges rugby XV, in the fellows garden, in blazers and shorts, H.P. Walton (St Cuthbert's), H.C. Master (University), J.H. Hughes (Hatfield), F.E.B. Whitfield (University), V.H. Clay (University), C. Moore (St John's), C.P. Burdett (University), A. Todd (St John's), D.H.S. Mould [(University)], A.A. Macfarlane Grieve [(University)].

Other copies: MIA 1/129 and 338 (all identified in the latter).
UND/F1/H1/C21   1913
Durham, University College, Senate Cup group, in the fellows garden, in blazers and trousers, with the trophy and individual cups, and a dog.

UND/F1/H1/C22   1913
Durham v Edinburgh universities rowing group, fellows garden, in blazers and trousers, D.E. Ince, P. Sclater, H.P.W. White, E.V. Stocks, A.M.C. MacLachain, Dr W.D. Lowe (coach).

UND/F1/H1/C23   1913
Durham, Elvet bridge in flood 1903, people on the bridge, back of Claypath beyond.

UND/F1/H1/C24   1913
Durham, D.U.B.C. four rowing under Elvet bridge 1913 in the Wharton cup against Durham School.

UND/F1/H1/C25   1913
Durham, D.E. Ince sculling [on the Wear].

UND/F1/H1/C26   1913
Durham, Varsity four on the landing stage, in rowing tops and shorts.

UND/F1/H1/C27   1913
Durham, A.H.H. Oliver in blazer, scarf and shorts, part of a rugby group.

UND/F1/H1/C29   1914
Durham, Varsity four on the landing stage in the 1912 varsity race.

UND/F1/H1/C30   1914
Durham, Edinburgh four rowing away from the landing stage in the 1912 varsity race, crowd on the bank beyond.

UND/F1/H1/C31   1914
Durham, Edinburgh four on the landing stage in the 1912 varsity race.

UND/F1/H1/C34   July 1914
Durham, University College display of trophies [in the Hall], 9 cups, 2 plates, 1 shield and a clock.

UND/F1/H1/C35   Summer 1914
Bamburgh, D.E. Ince and W.D. Lowe on the beach taking shoes off.

UND/F1/H1/C36   July 1914
Henley rowing regatta, G.M. Garland, D.E. Ince and W.D. Lowe on the bank, in blazers, 1 in a boater, Lowe with a fan, reclining.

UND/F1/H1/C37   July 1914
Stobs O.T.C. camp, D.E. Ince, G.M. Garland, J.H.C. Herald, A.G. Matthew, W. Kay, W.D. Lowe reclining on the grass, some partly in uniform, 3 with floppy hats, 2 with pipes.

UND/F1/H1/C38   July 1914
Stobs O.T.C. camp, C.H. Digby Seymour reclining in D.U.O.T.C. uniform, with a tassled hat and pipe.

UND/F1/H1/C39   July 1914
Stobs O.T.C. camp, D.E. Ince, A.M. Gelsthorpe, Robb, J.H.C. Herald, A.G. Matthew, W. Kay, W. Francis, W.D. Lowe relaxing in various elements of uniform, 4 floppy hats and 1 peaked hat.

UND/F1/H1/C40   July 1914
Stobs O.T.C. camp, J.H.C. Herald, G.M. Garland, O.A. Mottram, Dixon, L.C.K. Wyatt, C.H. Digby Seymour sitting in front of their tent in elements of uniform, 1 pipe.

UND/F1/H1/C41   July 1914
Stobs O.T.C. camp, F.E.B. Whitfield, R.W. Lister, A.M. Gelsthorpe, D.E. Ince sitting, in various elements of uniform, 1 pipe.

UND/F1/H1/C42   July 1914
Stobs O.T.C. camp, J.H.C. Herald, D.E. Ince sitting, in blazer/rugby shirt and shorts, 1 pipe.

UND/F1/H1/C43   July 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Pembroke [College Cambridge] v Shrewsbury [School] racing in eights in the Ladies Plate, boats/barges beoynd.

UND/F1/H1/C44   July 1914
Henley rowing regatta, 2 eights racing, boats/barges beyond.

UND/F1/H1/C45   July 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Pembroke [College Cambridge] v 1st Trinity [College Cambridge] eights racing in the Ladies Plate, punt in front, boats/barges beyond.

UND/F1/H1/C48   July 1914
Henley rowing regatta, 2 eights racing, punts beyond.

UND/F1/H1/C50   July 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Leander coxless four rowing, barges beyond, no crowds.

UND/F1/H1/D2   November 1913
Durham, University College Challenge Pairs rowing.

UND/F1/H1/D3   November 1913
Durham, R.F. Gunn sculling in a cutter, Fulling Mill beyond.

UND/F1/H1/D4   November 1913
Durham, University College 2nd Trial Fours crew rowing.

UND/F1/H1/D5   November 1913
Durham, University College 1st Trial Fours crew rowing, South Street mill beyond.

UND/F1/H1/D6   November 1913
Durham, University College Trial Fours crew rowing up to the start along the Racecourse.

UND/F1/H1/D7   November 1913
Durham, University College four racing against Armstrong College 2nd four under Baths bridge.

UND/F1/H1/D8   November 1913
Durham, University College Trial Fours1st crew rowing.

UND/F1/H1/D10   November 1913
Durham, St Johns Trial Fours 1st crew rowing, before Baths bridge, buildings beyond.

UND/F1/H1/D11   November 1913
Durham, Castle Great Court, judge's coach and four, with outriders.

UND/F1/H1/D12   February 1914
Durham, rowing, 2 tub pairs on the landing stage, Fulling Mill and Framwellgate bridge beyond.

UND/F1/H1/D13   February 1914
Durham, rowing, Senate four launching a fine at the landing stage, Fulling Mill and Framwellgate bridge beyond.

UND/F1/H1/D14   February 1914
Durham, D.E. Ince and L.C.K. Wyatt rowing in a tub pair.

UND/F1/H1/D15   March 1914
Durham, University College Senate four rowing, ducks in front.

UND/F1/H1/D16   March 1914
Durham, University College Senate four rowing, buildings beyond.

UND/F1/H1/D17   March 1914
Durham, University College Senate four rowing, buildings beyond.

UND/F1/H1/D18   March 1914
Durham, University College Senate four rowing, buildings beyond.

UND/F1/H1/D19   March 1914
Durham, University College Senate four rowing towards Baths bridge, cathedral and castle beyond.

UND/F1/H1/D21   March 1914
Durham, University College Senate and Graduate fours rowing.

UND/F1/H1/D22   March 1914
Durham, University College Senate and Graduate fours rowing past Royal County Hotel landing stage.

UND/F1/H1/D23   March 1914
Durham, University College Senate four rowing under Baths bridge.

UND/F1/H1/D24   March 1914
Durham, University College Graduate four rowing under Baths bridge.

UND/F1/H1/D25   March 1914
Durham, University College Graduate four rowing, South Street mill beyond.

UND/F1/H1/D28   March 1914
Durham, St Johns Senate four rowing.

UND/F1/H1/D29   March 1914
Richmond, rugby match, Barracks v Durham U.O.T.C., lineout.

UND/F1/H1/D30   March 1914
Richmond, W.D. Lowe and F.C. Longden, in coats and hats, [spectating at the rugby].

UND/F1/H1/D31   Spring 1914
Durham, University College Senate four rowing, stationery.

UND/F1/H1/D32   Spring 1914
Durham, University College Senate four rowing.

UND/F1/H1/D33   Summer 1914
Durham, D.E. Ince and W.D. Lowe sculling.

UND/F1/H1/D36   Summer 1914
Durham, L.C.K. Wyatt sculling.

UND/F1/H1/D37   Summer 1914
Durham, A. Todd sculling, Fulling Mill beyond.

UND/F1/H1/D38   Summer 1914
Durham, A. Todd and Hill sculling.

UND/F1/H1/D40   Summer 1914
Durham, W.D. Lowe and A.A. Macfarlane Grieve rowing in a pair.

UND/F1/H1/D41   Summer 1914
Durham, W.D. Lowe and A.A. Macfarlane Grieve getting out of a pair on the landing stage.

UND/F1/H1/D42   Summer 1914
Durham, W.D. Lowe and A.G. Macfarlane Grieve rowing in a pair, Framwellgate bridge beyond.

UND/F1/H1/D43   Summer 1914
Durham, W.D. Lowe and A.A. Macfarlane Grieve rowing in a pair, South Street mill beyond.

UND/F1/H1/D44   Summer 1914
Durham, W.D. Lowe and A.A. Macfarlane Grieve with 2 Edinburgh men in a coxless four leaving the landing stage, Framwellgate bridge beyond.

UND/F1/H1/D45   Summer 1914
Durham, W.D. Lowe, Dixon and the dog Zulu, sitting on a wall, in blazer/jersey and shorts.

UND/F1/H1/D46   Summer 1914
Durham, F.R. Croft, D.E. Ince, Dixon, H.E. Sladden, C. Cooper rowing in a clinker four.

UND/F1/H1/D47   Summer 1914
Durham, F.R. Croft, D.E. Ince, Dixon, H.E. Sladden, C. Cooper rowing in a clinker four under Baths bridge.

UND/F1/H1/D48   Summer 1914
Durham, D.E. Ince, Dixon, J.H.C. Herald, L.C.K. Wyatt, F.R. Croft rowing in a fine four under Elvet bridge, pleasure rowing boats in front.

UND/F1/H1/D49   Summer 1914
Durham, D.E. Ince, J.H.C. Herald, Dixon, H.E. Sladden, F.R. Croft rowing in a fine four along the Racecourse.

UND/F1/H1/E3   July 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Boston v London eights in the Grand, punts and boats beyond.

UND/F1/H1/E5   July 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Eton [College] v 1st Trinity [College Cambridge] eights in the Ladies Plate, barges beyond.

UND/F1/H1/E7   July 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Winnipeg v Thames eights in the Grand, boats and barges beyond

UND/F1/H1/E8   July 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Leander v Harvard eights in the Grand, boats and barges beyond.

UND/F1/H1/E9   July 1914
Henley rowing regatta, Harvard v Winnipeg eights in the Grand, barges beyond.

UND/F1/H1/E10   Summer 1914
Durham, Wear weir in flood, South Street mill beyond.

UND/F1/H1/E11   Summer 1914
Durham, D.E. Ince and H.Y. Ganderton, in blazers, half length.

UND/F1/H1/E12   Summer 1914
Newcastle, N.E.R. locomotive 613 (4-4-0) with carriages in the station.

UND/F1/H1/F1   [1914]
4 men in blazers and trousers in deckchairs under a shelter, with bicycles behind, part missing.

UND/F1/H1/F2   [1914]
Durham, view of the cathedral from the NE from the riverbank, part missing and much erased.

UND/F1/H1/F3   [1914]
Unidentified lady, hair up, half-length.

UND/F1/H1/F4   [1914]
Unidentified lady, hair up, half length, duplicate of F3.

UND/F1/H1/F5   [1914]
River and trees, badly faded.

UND/F1/H1/F6   [1914]
Unidentified lady in hat and coat standing by a door.

UND/F1/H1/F7   [1914]
View along twin railway tracks in a cutting with a signal.

UND/F1/H1/F8   [1914]
A Highland Railways locomotive in a station, badly faded.

UND/F1/H1/F9   [1914]
2 men playing cricket.

UND/F1/H1/F10   [1914]
7 men in blazers, trousers and caps, pushing a roller ?along a cricket pitch.

UND/F1/H1/F11   [1914]
8 men admiring a group of 4 horses, hedge beyond, faded.

UND/F1/H1/F12   [1914]
Men holding horses, badly faded.

UND/F1/H1/F13
Blank.

UND/F1/H1/G1   [1914]
3 men in uniform, trews and caps, with canes, sitting on a bench, a major and two 2nd lieutenants, possibly Highland Light Infantry.

UND/F1/H1/G2   [1914]
Trees.

UND/F1/H1/G3   [1914]
A fairground with crowds gathered round 2 carousels, part missing.

UND/F1/H1/G4   [1914]
A formal garden path between trees and shrubs leading to a rustic summer-house.

UND/F1/H1/G5   [1914]
A formal garden with flower beds, lawn, trees, a sundial and topiary.

UND/F1/H1/G6   [1914]
A country stream with trees and shrubs, faded.

UND/F1/H1/G7   [1914]
A crowd thronging on the grass outside a gothic style 2 storey hall, possibly an Oxbridge or Scottish college?.

UND/F1/H1/G8   [1914]
A man on a rustic bridge in a wooded gorge, faded.

UND/F1/H1/G9   [1914]
?A rockface, faded.

UND/F1/H1/G10   [1914]
A 2 arched stone hump-backed bridge over a country stream, trees beyond.

UND/F1/H1/G11   [1914]
A river flowing over rocks through woods.

UND/F1/H1/G12   [1914]
Trees.

UND/F1/H1/G13   [1914]
A crowd thronged outside the colonnaded front of “Cole's Restaurant”.

E.J. March books
Reference: UND/F1/H2
Dates of creation: 1912
E.J. March bequeathed a collection of books to the Lowe Memorial Library, University College, in 1971 in memory of his brother W.F.G. March (1896-1917 and scholar of the college 1915-1916).

UND/F1/H2/1   1912
The Pilgrim's Progress, John Bunyan (Oxford 1912), with bookplates of the E.J. March collection in the Lowe Memorial Library and recording the award of the volume as a collections prize in the Durham Colleges in Epiphany 1916 to W.F.G. March.

Transferred from University College Library 21 July 2005, Acc No Misc.2005/2006:7.
Formerly numbered 826.
K.B. Gibson papers
Reference: UND/F1/H3
Dates of creation: 1935 - 1938 & 1945
This small collection comprises notes and correspondence of K.B. Gibson principally in his role as president of the Durham Union Society, preparing speeches and soliciting speakers for debates. There are also other items, mostly from his time at Durham. He had also retained term cards, group photographs, programmes, posters, pamphlets and even stationery from the various organisations he was involved with in Durham; these have been placed with the records of those organisations. His college blazer and scarf also survive, with the blazer pockets still retaining their contents from when he wore it as a student.
K.B. Gibson (scholar of University College 1934-1938, BA Hons. and D.Th.P.T.) won a classics scholarship from Hymers College Hull and gained a II.1 in his classics finals, also winning the University Classical Scholarship. He was paramount in college and university life, being Senior Man and secretary/president of the Literary and Debating Society, Philosophic and Scientific Society, Read and Weed Club in the former, and secretary and president of the Union, president of the Students' Representative Council and president of the Conservative Association in the latter. He also captained the Durham Colleges Cross Country Club and was vice-chairman of the Federation of University Conservative and Unionist Associations. After Durham, he pursued a teaching career, interrupted by wartime service in the R.A.F. 1940-1945. He taught at Barnard Castle School before the war and was for many years headmaster of Farnsworth School, Bolton, after the war.
Given by Mrs Joy Gibson of Bolton, Lancs, widow of K.B. Gibson, 1 August 2005, Acc No Misc.2005/2006:10. Other items originally with this accession are now at F1/E1/D1, F1/E4/D1, F1/E5/D1, F1/E6/C1, F1/FA1935&1937, F1/FH1937, F1/G1-3, F1/IA1-2, F3/E2/D1, GB1/D4-5, GD2/D5-6, GD4/EA1937, GD5/D1937, GE1/EA1937&1937&1938, GE2/D1&E1, GE3/C1&D1, J6/1A and a 1938 rag mag is now in the local collection at XL 053.718 DUR.

UND/F1/H3/1   [1937]
3rd year Philosophy terminal collections essays of K.B. Gibson.

UND/F1/H3/2   [c.1938]
Notes for a speech [as Senior Man].

UND/F1/H3/3   [May 1937]
Draft of his presidential address to the Durham Union Society.

UND/F1/H3/4   c.1937
Notes for speeches in debates at the Durham Union Society.

UND/F1/H3/5   28 October 1935
Letter from Lord Londonderry's private secretary at Whitehall to Gibson declining to speak at a debate.

UND/F1/H3/6   28 October 1935
Letter from J.J. Lawson, [M.P.], at Beamish, to Gibson, accepting an invitation to speak on employment, unemployment, industry or mining.

UND/F1/H3/7   29 February 1936
Postcard from E. Shinwell [M.P.] at the House of Commons to Gibson suggesting an alternative date.

UND/F1/H3/8   30 April 1936
Letter from E. Shinwell [M.P.] at the House of Commons to Gibson suggesting arrangements and a debate topic with Mr Storey.

UND/F1/H3/9   23 June [1936]
Letter from C.A. Alington at the Deanery, Durham, to Gibson declining to show him [round Durham cathedral] as he has to be at Durham School speech day on the suggested day.

UND/F1/H3/10   13 December [1936]
Letter from C.A. Alington at Wynyard Park to Gibson declining [to speak] as he will be away, “I can't call myself either a Philosopher or a Scientist”.

UND/F1/H3/11   11 May 1938
Letter from Stanley S. Brown, chief clerk, Cambridge University Union Society, to Gibson about arrangements for him to speak at a debate on Ulster, enclosing an order paper and invitation for dinner.

UND/F1/H3/12   1936
Pocket engagement diary of K.B. Gibson with few entries, some notes on debates, and names and addresses [of potential speakers].

UND/F1/H3/13   [1936]
Circular from the G.U. Scottish Nationalist Association supporting Edward VIII “fighting for his own liberty against the forces of a grasping Imperialist government” and encouraging students to vote for the Scottish Nationalists.

UND/F1/H3/14   c.1937
Promotional blotter advertising The Spectator to undergraduates.

UND/F1/H3/15   9 May 1937
A Form of Prayer and Dedication for Use on Sunday Evening May the Ninth 1937 Being the Sunday Before the Coronation of Their Majesties King George VI and Queen Elizabeth
commended by the archbishops of Canterbury and York, printed by Oxford University Press.

UND/F1/H3/16   c.1937
University College grace
Language:  Latin

UND/F1/H3/17   3 November 1937
Copy testimonial for Gibson from Canon Cyril Mayne, professor of Greek at Durham University.

UND/F1/H3/18   18 March 1938
Copy testimonial for Gibson from Canon J.H. How, professor of Latin and master of University College.

UND/F1/H3/19   10 December 1945
Copy testimonial for Gibson from H.E. Birkbeck, headmaster of Barnard Castle School.

UND/F1/H3/20   2001
Print (17/350) of Dennis Roxby Bott's watercolour of the interior of the Castle Great Hall, looking N, showing the N window, fireplace, tables, chairs, roof, 3 people.

Size: 370 x 250mm (print), 540 x 420mm (frame)
Supplied by Contemporary Watercolours of 165 Parrock St, Gravesend, Kent DA12 1ER and offered to Castlemen in the 2001 Castellum for £89.99, with views of the keep and courtyard also available.
P.R. Gatenby collection
Reference: UND/F1/H4
Dates of creation: 1950 - 2000 Given by Gatenby to University College 25 April 2000 and then transferred as part of Acc No Misc.2005/2006:20, 5 October 2005. Other material also given is now UND/F1/FA1954L and 1955L, FH1953 and GD5/D1952.

UND/F1/H4/1   16 June 1950
Letter from A.A. Macfarlane-Grieve, master, to Gatenby at Mitcham offering him a place.
1f & envelope
UND/F1/H4/2   10 December 1952
University College Christmas dinner menu, signed by Ian H. Forster, Bill Charlton, John M. ?Clutten, Harry ?Earle, Norman H. ?Crondace.
1f
UND/F1/H4/3   [2000]
2 photos of “The Memorial of University College” montage of college views and personalities.

Size: 100 x 150mm
UND/F1/H4/4   25 April 2000
Covering letter from Paul Gatenby describing the material being given.
1f
A.A. Macfarlane-Grieve scrapbooks
Reference: UND/F1/H5
UND/F1/H5A   1902 - 1924
Scrapbook of sporting, especially rowing, and other extra-mural activities in Durham University and University College involving or attended by A.A. Macfarlane-Grieve, comprising programmes, invites, notices and newspaper cuttings.

2 newspaper cuttings scrapbooks 1911-1928 compiled by him are Add Ms 1571.
UND/F1/H5A/1   Epiphany 1922
University College room list.

UND/F1/H5A/2   18 November 1913
Durham Town Hall Grand University Concert in aid of the Durham County Hospital programme.

UND/F1/H5A/3   13 December 1913
University College concert programme.

UND/F1/H5A/4   6 & 7 March 1913
D.U. Boat Club races programme.

UND/F1/H5A/5   Michaelmas 1912
D.U. Union Society term card.

UND/F1/H5A/6   [1916]
A printed circular letter to Castle Men from the master.

UND/F1/H5A/7    31 May 1919
Durham cathedral service paper for the installation of the earl of Durham as chancellor of Durham University.

UND/F1/H5A/8   June 1902
Cambridge University Boat Club Mays programme.

UND/F1/H5A/9   7 & 8 March 1921
D.U. Boat Club races programme.

UND/F1/H5A/10   22 May 1920
D.U. Athletics Sports programme.

UND/F1/H5A/11   13 May 1922
D.U. Athletics Sports programme.

UND/F1/H5A/12   24 & 25 November 1921
D.U. Boat Club races programme.

UND/F1/H5A/13   23 & 24 February 1922
D.U. Boat Club races programme.

UND/F1/H5A/14   2 December 1913
D.U. Officers' Training Corps distribution of prizes at Armstrong College.

UND/F1/H5A/15   20 & 21 June 1922
Durham Regatta programme.

UND/F1/H5A/16   27 June 1921
D.U. concert programme.

UND/F1/H5A/17   June 1921
D.U. June Week dance programme.

UND/F1/H5A/18   [May] 1920
D.U. cricket and tennis fixtures card.

UND/F1/H5A/19   [May] 1921
D.U. cricket and tennis fixtures card.

UND/F1/H5A/20   [May] 1922
D.U. cricket and tennis fixtures card.

UND/F1/H5A/21   [October] 1920
D.U. rugby, football and hockey fixtures card.

UND/F1/H5A/22   [October] 1922
D.U. rugby, football and hockey fixtures card.

UND/F1/H5A/23   June 1922
D.U. June Week concert programme.

UND/F1/H5A/24   March 1920
“Boating Song” score and words by A.A. Macfarlane-Grieve, printed as a supplement to the Durham University Journal.

UND/F1/H5A/25   Michaelmas 1922
University College room list.

UND/F1/H5A/26   21 January 1922
Programme of a Durham cathedral organ recital by M. Marcel Dupré.

UND/F1/H5A/27   23 & 24 November 1922
D.U. Boat Club races programme.

UND/F1/H5A/28   Michaelmas 1922
D.U. Union Society term card.

UND/F1/H5A/29   24 November 1922
University News from the Advertiser.

UND/F1/H5A/30   1 December 1922
University News from the Advertiser.

UND/F1/H5A/31   8 December 1922
University News from the Advertiser.

UND/F1/H5A/32   Epiphany 1923
University College room list.

UND/F1/H5A/33   12 December 1922
University College dinner menu and toast list.

UND/F1/H5A/34   Epiphany 1923
University College Literary and Debating Society term card.

UND/F1/H5A/35   2 February 1923
University News from the Advertiser.

UND/F1/H5A/36   9 February 1923
University News from the Advertiser.

UND/F1/H5A/37   16 February 1923
University News from the Advertiser.

UND/F1/H5A/38   23 February 1923
University News from the Advertiser.

UND/F1/H5A/39   23 February 1923
D.U. Boat Club races photos from Illustrated Chronicle.

UND/F1/H5A/40   22 & 23 February 1923
D.U. Boat Club races programme.

UND/F1/H5A/41   12 March 1923
Durham Colleges Athletic Club Sports Meeting programme.

UND/F1/H5A/42   21 December 1922
Officers Training Corps Officers' Club annual dinner programme.

UND/F1/H5A/43   24 February [1923]
University College Literary and Debating Club Visitors' Night Debate invite to A.A.M.-G.

UND/F1/H5A/44   1 March [1923]
D.U. Union Society Visitors' Night Debate invite to A.A.M.-G.

UND/F1/H5A/45   2 March 1923
D.U. Boat Club races reports from the [ Advertiser].

UND/F1/H5A/46   [March 1923]
“The Roman Wall Results of Recent Research” from the [Advertiser] .

UND/F1/H5A/47   9 March 1923
Durham Miners' Hall Chamber Concert invite from Rev C.S. Wallis to A.A.M.-G.

UND/F1/H5A/48   [9 March 1923]
University News from the Advertiser.

UND/F1/H5A/49   [16 March 1923]
University News from the Advertiser.

UND/F1/H5A/50   [March 1923]
Dedication of a memorial bell at Hinton St George to W.D. Lowe newspaper cutting.

UND/F1/H5A/51   [March 1923]
Unveiling of a war memorial at Armstrong College newspaper cutting with photos.

UND/F1/H5A/52   [March 1923]
Armstrong College Athletics Sports photos from the Illustrated Chronicle.

UND/F1/H5A/53   [May 1923]
Durham Regatta prospects newspaper cutting.

UND/F1/H5A/54   4 May 1923
University news from the [ Advertiser] .

UND/F1/H5A/55   11 May 1923
University news from the [ Advertiser] .

UND/F1/H5A/56   [18 May 1923]
University news from the [ Advertiser] .

UND/F1/H5A/57   19 May 1923
D.U. Athletics Sports programme, with some results recorded.

UND/F1/H5A/58   26 May 1923
Durham County Hospital Kitchen Fund American Tea and Fête arranged by D.W.S.A programme.

UND/F1/H5A/59   25 May 1923
University news from the [ Advertiser] .

UND/F1/H5A/60   30 May 1923
Laying of the foundation stone of the new Durham science laboratories newspaper cutting with photos.

UND/F1/H5A/61   [May 1923]
D.U. v. Northumberland colts cricket match report with team photos.

UND/F1/H5A/62   30 May 1923
Order of Proceedings for founding the new Durham Science Laboratories.

UND/F1/H5A/63   30 May 1923
Invite for the founding of the new Durham Science Laboratories.

UND/F1/H5A/64   [30 May 1923]
The foundation of the new Durham Science Laboratories newspaper cuttings.

UND/F1/H5A/65   7 May 1923
Durham Regatta printed annual statement of accounts for 1922.

UND/F1/H5A/66   [25 May 1923]
University Notes newspaper cutting.

UND/F1/H5A/67   [1 June 1923]
University news from the [ Advertiser] .

UND/F1/H5A/68   8 June 1923
University news from the [ Advertiser] .

UND/F1/H5A/69   15 June 1923
Appreciation of R.H.J. Poole, Durham School second master, newspaper cutting,

UND/F1/H5A/70   [June 1923]
Scottish Rowing Championships results newspaper cutting.

UND/F1/H5A/71   [15 June 1923]
University news from the [ Advertiser].

UND/F1/H5A/72   16 July 1923
D.U. Officers Training Corps Ramsey concert programme.

UND/F1/H5A/73   [May] 1923
D.U. cricket and tennis fixtures card.

UND/F1/H5A/74   [October] 1923
D.U. Rugby, football and hockey fixtures card.

UND/F1/H5A/75   [June 1923]
Student protests against a proposed county war memorial on Palace Green newspaper cuttings.

UND/F1/H5A/76   [22 June 1923]
University news from the [ Advertiser].

UND/F1/H5A/77   29 June 1923
Durham's Carnival from The Durham County Advertiser.

UND/F1/H5A/78   Easter 1923
University College room list.

UND/F1/H5A/79   29 June 1923
Durham events including the Regatta, pass lists and the Rag, from The Durham County Advertiser.

UND/F1/H5A/80   23 June 1923
D.U. Boat Club v. Edinburgh races programme.

UND/F1/H5A/81   26 & 27 June 1923
Durham Regatta programme.

UND/F1/H5A/82   [June 1923]
Report on a conference of philosophers at Durham, newspaper cutting.

UND/F1/H5A/83   26 October 1923
Durham cathedral D.L.I. memorial chapel dedication newspaper cuttings.

UND/F1/H5A/84   [October 1923]
D.U. Union Society Social Reform debate featuring Lord Eustace Percy newspaper cutting.

UND/F1/H5A/85   20 October 1923
Durham cathedral D.L.I. memorial chapel dedication service paper.

UND/F1/H5A/86   20 October 1923
Durham cathedral D.L.I. memorial chapel dedication service invite.

UND/F1/H5A/87   [October 1923]
Durham Cathedral D.L.I. Memorial Chapel descriptive notice.

UND/F1/H5A/88   Michaelmas 1923
University College room list.

UND/F1/H5A/89   9 November 1923
University news from the [ Advertiser] .

UND/F1/H5A/90   16 November 1923
University news from the [ Advertiser] .

UND/F1/H5A/91   23 November 1923
University news from the [ Advertiser] .

UND/F1/H5A/92   30 November 1923
University news from the [ Advertiser] .

UND/F1/H5A/93   [November 1923]
D.U. Boat Club races reports newspaper cuttings with photos.

UND/F1/H5A/94   28 October [1923]
[University College] Read and Weed Club invite to A.A.M.-G.

UND/F1/H5A/95   22 & 23 November 1923
D.U. Boat Club races programme.

UND/F1/H5A/96   8 December 1923
University news from the [ Advertiser] .

UND/F1/H5A/97   8 February 1924
University news from the [ Advertiser] .

UND/F1/H5A/98   Epiphany 1924
University College room list.

UND/F1/H5A/99   14 February 1924
University news from the [ Advertiser] .

UND/F1/H5A/100   21 February 1924
University news from the [ Advertiser] .

UND/F1/H5B   1919 - 1924
Scrapbook of newspaper cuttings, programmes, invites and menus for theatre productions in Newcastle, Leeds and London, military events and dinners, Scottish events and historical notices and some Durham university material, collected by A.A. Macfarlane-Grieve.

UND/F1/H5B/1   [1922]
Sir Walter Scott's Glendearg; an Interesting Inscription Misquoted, newspaper cutting.

UND/F1/H5B/2   23 - 31 October 1922
Programmes for Ruddigore, Cox and Box, Trial by Jury and The Pirates of Penzance, in Newcastle.

UND/F1/H5B/3   16 October - 4 November 1922
The D'Oly Carte Opera Company Newcastle Theatre Royal programme.

UND/F1/H5B/4   [1922]
Newspaper cuttings:
reviews of Rosaline Masson's I Can Remember Robert Louis Stevenson and Jessie Mothersole's Hadrian's Wall;
D'Oyly Carte Company at the Lyceum;
Scots vernacular, New School of Writers;
Coal-Heaving Grenadiers;
The Gondoliers at the Lyceum;
Princess Ida at the Lyceum;
The Sorcerer at the Lyceum;
Patience at the Lyceum;
Official Military History of the War;
Durham Regatta;
A.A.M.-G.'s A History of Durham Rowing.

UND/F1/H5B/5   11 November 1920
D.L.I. Colour Ceremony at Durham programme. 2 copies.

UND/F1/H5B/6   6 February - 8 April 1922
Princes Theatre London, Gilbert and Sullivan Season Extension programme.

UND/F1/H5B/7   23 May 1921
Ruddigore programme.

UND/F1/H5B/8   5 - 17 March 1923
The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company Leeds Grand Theatre programme.

UND/F1/H5B/9   11 November [1920]
D.L.I. colours presentation invite to A.A.M.-G.

UND/F1/H5B/10   [1922]
Newspaper cuttings:
The Corrie of the Ptarmigan.
Review of James Gillespie's Details of Scottish Domestic Architecture (1922).

UND/F1/H5B/11   24 September 1921
Sale catalogue of the effects of Impington Hall, Cambridge, “by direction of G. Macfarlane-Grieve”, with prices noted.

UND/F1/H5B/12   2 May 1921
Sales particular newspaper cutting of Impington Hall and Toft Manor.

UND/F1/H5B/13   22 August 1923
Service paper for the unveiling of the Seaforth Highlanders War Memorial at Fort George, Inverness-shire, with an invite to A.A.M.-G..

UND/F1/H5B/14   19 February 1922
Service paper for the unveiling of the Slitrig War Memorial.

UND/F1/H5B/15   14 July 1923
Universities Officers Training Corps Ramsey sports programme.

UND/F1/H5B/16   1 August 1923
1st Battn Seaforth Highlanders Band Concert in Roker Park programme.

UND/F1/H5B/17
Invite to A.A.M.-G. to be an honorary member of the 5/68th R.D. during his stay in Newcastle.

UND/F1/H5B/18   c.1923
London Hippodrome programme for Brighter London.

UND/F1/H5B/19   4 March 1924
Chamber music concert programme.

UND/F1/H5B/20   October c.1923
D'Oyly Carte Opera Co at Newcastle Theatre Royal programme. 2 copies.

UND/F1/H5B/21   c.1923
Typescript poems: Christmas Day and New Year's Day by J.H. How, and Murmura Vedrae Halloween.

UND/F1/H5B/22   20 December 1923
D.U. Officers Training Corps Officers' Club annual dinner menu and toasts list.

UND/F1/H5B/23   April 1923
Cuidich 'N Righ Duke of Albany's Club members list, accounts and dinner invite.

UND/F1/H5B/24   [1923]
Newspaper cuttings:
- Unveiling of Seaforths' memorial.
- Unveiling of 2nd Division's memorial cross pictures.
- Letters on the Crimean thin red line.

UND/F1/H5B/25   February - May 1924
Newspaper cuttings of university news and rowing events.

UND/F1/H5B/26   24 January 1921
Newspaper cutting on Impington House.

UND/F1/H5B/27   19 September 1919
Highland Gathering and Games at Inverness programme.

UND/F1/H5B/28   5 - 9 March 1921
The Oresteian Trilogy of Aeschylus in the original Greek at Cambridge New Theatre programme.

UND/F1/H5B/29   15 July 1919
Service paper for a wedding at Edinburgh St Paul's.

UND/F1/H5B/30   c.1920
Rosshire Buffs Christmas card of a Benjamin West painting from A.A.M.-G.

UND/F1/H5B/31   c.1920
Newspaper cutting photo of 42nd [Highlanders] at Peshawar in 1867.

UND/F1/H5B/32   12 November 1923
Letter from F[rederick] W[illiam] R[itson] recounting the tale of 2 poachers illicitly train riding and getting frozen and fined.

UND/F1/H5B/33   c.1920
Colour copy of J.P. Beadle's painting of Piper James Richardson of the 16th Canadian Scottish winning the V.C. at Vimy Ridge.

UND/F1/H5B/34   21 December 1920
Officers Training Corps Officers Club annual dinner menu.

UND/F1/H5B/35   18 September 1919
Highland Gathering and Games at Inverness programme.

UND/F1/H5B/36   c.1922
Newspaper cuttings:
- A Stroll in December, George Douglas.
- Edinburgh in Primitive Times - The Nor' Loch and the Sanitation System.
- Norman Maclean's review of Lady Frances Balfour's Life of George Earl of Aberdeen (1922).
- Moral Decision, Neutrality Impossible.

UND/F1/H5B/37   c.1922
“The Story of your Bayonet” flyer of Charles Harrington & Co

UND/F1/H5B/38   c.1922
Newspaper cuttings:
- A Burns Dinner in 1819. The Lights of Edinburgh.
- 8th Argylls memorial unveiled at Beaumont Hamel.
- Robert Burns Associations with Ireland.
- Death of Lord Seaforth.
- Roman Remains in Scotland Interesting Sculptured Stones.
- Coldingham Priory A Famous Border Monastery.
- Old Stirling Buildings Threatened Demolition.
- Old Scottish Houses - Their Disappearance.
- Centenary of the Bannatyne Club - Scott its First President.
- An Old Edinburgh Burial Ground.
- Newcastle Amateurs - [review of] “Iolanthe” and “The Grand Duke”.

UND/F1/H5B/39   26 February 1923
Subscription invitation for the British National Opera Co Ltd with a programme for their production of “Il Seraglio” at Leeds Grand Theatre.

UND/F1/H5B/40   c.1923
Newspaper cuttings:
- Review of “Il Seraglio” at Leeds Grand Theatre.
- Stirling Castle Key Handed to Hereditary Keeper.
- Cromwell's Soldiers in Scotland A Footnote to History.
- The Cross Kirk, Peebles. Discovery of a Stone Cist.
- Bronze Age Burials. The Discovery in Pluscarden, Elgin.
- Dunblane Cathedral. Visit of Scottish Ecclesiological Society.
- Review of The Book of the Old Edinburgh Club.
- Edinburgh Castle. Withdrawal of the Gordons [Garrison].
- Through the War Area on Motor Cycle.
- A Visit to the Borderlands. Edinburgh Archaeologists' Week-End Tour.

UND/F1/H5B/41   21 May 1923
Newcastle Amateur Operatic Society “Iolanthe” and “The Grand Duke” at Newcastle Theatre Royal programme.

UND/F1/H5B/42   c.1923
Newspaper cuttings:
- The Advance of Spring. Notes from Argyll.
- Durham and Norham. Remarkable Interests in Common.
- The Cloth on the Green.
- Beinn Cruachan under Snow. A May Climb.
- Coire Beannaidh of Braeriach. Cairngorms under Snow.
- Panmure House, Canongate. Its Jacobite Associations.
- Adam Smith. His Edinburgh Life and Friends.

UND/F1/H5B/43   20 November 1923
Chamber Music Subscription Concert programme.

UND/F1/H5B/44   July 1919
Cuidich'N Rich Club list of members.

UND/F1/H5B/45   17 December 1923
The Alhambra, Leicester Square, London, programme.

UND/F1/H5B/46   11 - 15 December 1923
S.R. Ceenum [Edinburgh] Sixth Colossal Lauriston Hall Production programme.

Waterhouse photo album
Reference: UND/F1/H6
Dates of creation: [?1896 x 1902]
Photograph album of [Southern African] hunting exploits of Ronald Waterhouse, in the company of Lord Kingston (Henry Edwyn King-Tenison, 9th earl of Kingston, 1874-1946), showing various dead animals and heads and some scenes of the expedition, probably from Waterhouse's time in Mashonaland or South Africa.
On the inside front cover: “Collection made by Lt. Col. Sir Ronald Waterhouse KCB CMG etc - Now at Hq Durham Light Infantry - Record Collection 1910”. With some captions and identifications of Waterhouse and Kingston [added later].
1. Hunting expedititon assembled in the bush.
2. A line of Africans fording a river, some bearing loads.
3. 2 dead buck and 3 other buck heads outside a tent.
4. A dead buck.
5. 2 Africans carrying loads in the bush.
6. A group of Africans running with loads slung on poles between them.
7. [Lord Kingston] with rifle in a boat being poled by 4 Africans.
8. Lord Kingston astride a dead buck outside a tent.
9. A dead elephant.
10. Waterhouse sitting on a dead buffalo with an African.
11. A dead rhinoceros.
12. 3 dead buffalo “Killed with 3 shots whilst charging!”.
13. Waterhouse sitting on the rail around the memorial to Livingstone at Chitambo, with 2 Africans.
14. 5 Africans beside the memorial at Chitambo.
15. A buck being shot.
16. An African standing beside a dead buck.
17. Waterhouse, Lord Kingst