Catalogue of Durham University Records: Colleges: Hatfield College
Introduction
Hatfield College
Contents
Arrangement
Related material - here
Bibliography

Catalogue

Reference code: GB-0033-UND/F7
Title: Catalogue of Durham University Records: Colleges: Hatfield College
Dates of creation: 1856-2018
Extent:
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Origination:
Language: English

Hatfield College

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 when the principal became the master. 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 (to 1919)/master:
1846-1851Rev David Melville
1851-1852Rev Dr William George Henderson
1852Rev Dr Edward Henry Bradby
1853-1854Rev James Gylby Lonsdale
1854-1859John Pedder
1859-1876Rev James Barmby
1876-1883Rev Dr William Sanday
1883-1897Rev Dr Archibald Robertson
1897-1922 Prof Frank Byron Jevons
1923-1940Prof Arthur Robinson
1940-1949Lt-Col Angus Alexander Macfarlane-Grieve (also master of University College)
1949-1956Prof Eric Birley
1957-1979Dr Thomas Anthony Whitworth
1980-1996Prof James Peden Barber
1996-2017Prof Timothy Peter Burt
2017-dateProf Ann M. MacLarnon


Contents

College records reflect all aspects of the college's life and may include minutes of its governing body/council and other committees, registers and files of its students, administrative and financial papers of its officers such as the master/principal and bursar (including covering maintenance of the buildings), also minutes, accounts, photographs and ephemera of the running of the dining halls and chapels, of the common rooms (senior, middle and junior), and of the student sports clubs and societies, with also on occasion papers of some of the senior and/or junior members, and some artefacts, principally occasional items of clothing such as ties, blazers, tee-shirts or specific college memorabilia.

Accession details

Deposited by the college July 2014 (Acc No Misc.2013/14:83).
Additional material received from the college:
November 2014 (Acc No Misc.2014/15:25);
December 2014 (Acc No Misc.2014/15:29);
March 2015 (Acc No Misc.2014/15:53);
May 2015 (Acc No Misc.2014/15:80);
June 2015 (Acc No Misc.2014/15:98);
August 2016 (acc No Misc.2016/17:13);
December 2016 (Acc No Misc.2016/17:48);
June 2017 (Acc No Misc. 2016/17:142);
November 2017 (Acc No Misc.2017/18:36)

Previous custodial history

Records always held in the college.

Conditions of access

Open for consultation.

Copyright and copying

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

Arrangement

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

Processing

Ongoing cataloguing into XMetal by Michael Stansfield from 2014.

Appraisal

Records are generally appraised on site before transfer, or are appraised when received at Palace Green Library. 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 appointment of the first university records manager in August 2006, revised in 2019.

Related material - here

Hudleston papers (HUD) Papers of Roy Hudleston (1905-1992), bursar of Hatfield 1955-1965, chiefly relating to his antiquarian and family genealogical interestes, but containing some material relating to Hatfield.

Bibliography

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)

Catalogue

Hatfield Hall/College
Foundation
Annual reports
UND/F7/A1/1   1949 - 1988
Annual reports for 1948/49, 1949/50, 1957/58, 1969/70, 1970/71, 1979/80, 1982/83 and 1987/88.
Paper file
Anniversaries
UND/F7/A2/1946   27 - 28 August 1946
Centenary celebrations programmes and dinner menus (several copies, some signed), congregation invite, with newspaper cuttings reporting on the celebrations.
Paper file
UND/F7/A2/1996   July 1993 - June 1996
150th anniversary, held in June 1996:
1. Flyer with a programme of events and a list of souvenir leisurewear.
North-East Regional Association dinner menu, 8 December 1995.
Invite to the launch of A.R. Moyes, Hatfield 1846-1996, 6 June.
Programme for a Music Society Mozart concert, 9 June.
DVD of the anniversary dinner 22 June 1996, including the college choir singing “Two for Tea” and “Blue Moon” , the college grace by the chaplain, the loyal toast by Howard Phelps, the toast to the college by Sir Peter Ustinov, the toast to the Hatfield Association by the Master James Barber, with the dinner concluding with the Hatfield war cry and past senior men leading the singing of the Hatfield song, with a description of the dinner from the 1997 Hatfield Record.
2. Correspondence about preparations with agendas and minutes of the committee formed to prepare for it, also table plans for dinners, lists of those attending the reunion, and invoices and flyers etc for the marquee from James Fletcher.
3. Correspondence about the 150th anniversary celebrations and their preparations, and lists of those attending the reunion, also table plan of those attending a Durham University Society luncheon, with tickets and dinner menus.
4. Correspondence about the 150th anniversary celebrations, especially invites to individuals to attend.
5. Correspondence about an Art Exhibition as part of the 150th anniversary celebrations and Visual Arts Year 1996, with the Bearpark Artists Cooperative (Romey Chaffer, Barry Ormsby, John Foker).
5 paper files
Governance
Governing Body/Council
UND/F7/BA1A   April 1947 - October 1948
University College and Hatfield College Joint Governing Body minutes and agendas.
Paper file
UND/F7/BA1   6 October 1949 - 8 November 1963
Governing Body minute book, including minutes of subsidiary committees - Finance and Gardens - and some annual reports, memoranda and other papers.
Paper file in a twinlock crown binder
UND/F7/BA2   14 February 1964- 3 November 1972
Governing Body minute book, including minutes of subsidiary committees - Finance and Joint Consultative - and some annual reports, memoranda and other papers.
Paper file in a twinlock crown binder
UND/F7/BA3   9 February 1973- 4 February 1983
Governing Body minute book, including minutes of subsidiary committees - Finance - and some annual reports, memoranda and other papers.
Paper file in a twinlock crown binder
UND/F7/BA4   20 May 1983- 22 May 1987
Governing Body minutes, including minutes of subsidiary committees - Finance and College meetings - some annual reports and other papers.
Paper file
UND/F7/BA5   22 May 1987- 9 Februrary 1990
Governing Body minutes, including minutes of subsidiary committees - Finance and College Meetings - some annual reports and other papers.
Paper file
UND/F7/BA6   16 November 1990- 20 May 1994
Governing Body minutes, including minutes of subsidiary committees - Finance and College Meetings - some annual reports, memoranda and other papers.
Paper file
UND/F7/BA7   4 November 1994- 6 November 1998
Governing Body minutes, includuing minutes of subsidiary committees - Finance and College Meetings - some annual reports, memoranda and other papers.
Paper file
UND/F7/BA8   26 February 1999- 2 November 2001
Governing Body minutes, including mintues of subsidiary committees - Finance and College Meetings - some annual reports, memoranda and other papers.
Paper file
UND/F7/BA9   15 February 2002- 20 February 2004
Governing Body minutes, including minutes of subsidiary committees - Finance and Domestic - some annual reports, memoranda and other papers.
Paper file
UND/F7/BA10   21 May 2004-17 February 2006
Governing Body minutes, including minutes of subsidiary committees - Finance, Domestic, College Meetings - some annual reports, memoranda and other papers.
Paper file
UND/F7/BA11   19 May 2006- 22 February 2008
Governing Body minutes, including minutes of subsidiary committees - Health and Safety and Domestic - some annual reports, memoranda and other papers.
Paper file
UND/F7/BA/B1   12 July 1955- 16 November 1965
Governing Body minutes, including master's copy letters out and original letters in, and including minutes of subsidiary committees - Finance, College Meetings- some annual reports, memoranda and other papers.
Paper file
UND/F7/BA/B2   12 February 1965- 24 November 1967
Governing Body minutes, including master's copy letters out and original letters in, and including minutes of subsidiary committees - Finance and College Meetings - some annual reports, memoranda and other papers.
Paper file
UND/F7/BA/B3   4 February 1968- 7 November 1969
Governing Body minutes, including master's copy letters out and original letters in, and including minutes of subsidiary committees - Finance and College Meetings - some annual reports, memoranda and other papers.
Paper file
UND/F7/BA/B4-34   6 February 1970 - 28 May 1982
Governing Body, master's individual files for each meeting including agendas, minutes, and minutes of the subsidiary committees, with usually the originals of papers submitted and some associated correspondence.
4. 6 February 1970.
5. 22 May 1970.
6. 6 November 1970.
7. 5 February 1971.
8. 21 May 1971.
9. 4 February 1972.
10. 19 May 1972.
11. 3 November 1972.
12. 9 February 1973.
13. 25 May 1973.
14. 9 November 1973.
15. 8 February 1974.
16. 24 May 1974.
17. 8 November 1974.
18. 7 & 24 February 1975.
19. 23 May 1975.
20. 7 November 1975.
21. 6 February 1976.
22. 21 May 1976.
23. 5 November 1976.
24. 4 February 1977.
25. 20 May 1977.
26. 4 November 1977.
27. 3 November 1978.
28. 2 February 1979.
29. 18 May 1979.
30. 1 February 1980.
31. 16 May 1980.
32. 10 October 1980.
33. 7 November 1980.
34. 28 May 1982.
31 paper files
UND/F7/BA/B4   October 1969 - January 1971
Governing Body minutes, including master's copy letters out and original letters in, and including minutes of subsidiary committees - Finance and College Meetings - some annual reports, memoranda and other papers.
Paper file
Finance Committee
Reference: UND/F7/BB In 2003, in line with the university's new financial structure, the College Finance Committee was reinvented as the College Audit Committee with new terms of reference to review the accounts of the various common rooms, with an annual Finance Committee Meeting and a termly JCR Finance Audit Committee Meeting

UND/F7/BB1   27 February 1958 - 9 May 1972
Finance Committee minutes, including annual accounts/estimates, and occasional reports and correspondence.
Paper file, in a twinlock binder
UND/F7/BB2   26 October 1972 - 6 May 1983
Finance Committee minutes, including annual accounts/estimates, and occasional reports.
Paper file, in a twinlock binder
UND/F7/BB3   November 1983 - January 1985 & May 1986 - February 1993
Finance Committee minutes
Paper file
UND/F7/BB4   October 1998 - May 2001
Finance Committee minutes, with some agendas and papers.
Paper file
UND/F7/BB5   October 2001 - February 2003
Finance Committee minutes, with some agendas and papers.
Paper file
UND/F7/BB6   April 2003 - May 2006
Finance Committee/JCR Finance Audit Committee minutes, with some agendas, papers and correspondence.
Paper file
College Meeting
Reference: UND/F7/BC
UND/F7/BC1   January 1966 - December 1968
College Meeting minutes, agendas and papers.
Paper file
UND/F7/BC2   October 1968 - June 1976
College meeting minutes, agendas and papers.
Paper file
UND/F7/BC3   October 1976 - October 1979
College meeting minutes, agendas, papers and some correspondence of the bursar.
Paper file
UND/F7/BC4   June 1979 - June 1983
College meeting minutes, agendas, papers and some correspondence of the master.
Paper file
UND/F7/BC5   October 1983 - October 1984
College meeting minutes, agendas, papers and some correspondence of the master.
Paper file
UND/F7/BC6   May 1984 - June 1988
College meeting minutes, agendas, papers and some correspondence of the master.
Paper file
UND/F7/BC7   October 1988 - April 1993
College meeting minutes, agendas, papers and some correspondence of the master.
Paper file
UND/F7/BC8   October 1994 - June 1997
College meeting minutes, agendas, papers and some correspondence of the master.
Paper file
UND/F7/BC9   October 1997 - June 1999
College meeting minutes, agendas, papers and some correspondence of the master.
Paper file
UND/F7/BC10   October 1999 - November 2001
College meeting minutes, agendas, papers and some correspondence of the master.
Paper file
UND/F7/BC11   January 2002 - June 2003
College meeting minutes, agendas, papers and some correspondence of the master.
Paper file
UND/F7/BC12   October 2003 - December 2004
College meeting minutes, agendas, papers and some correspondence of the master.
Paper file
UND/F7/BC13   January 2005 - June 2006
College meeting minutes, agendas, papers and some correspondence of the master.
Paper file
UND/F7/BC14   October 2006 - June 2007
College meeting minutes, agendas, papers and some correspondence of the master.
Paper file
House Committee
Reference: UND/F7/BD
UND/F7/BD1   February 1968
House Committee minutes
Paper file
UND/F7/BD2   May 1998 - October 1999
House Committee minutes, agendas and papers, including plans for enhancing the porters' accommodation in the gatehouse and a copy of the Bulletin of the Centre for Health Studies March 1998
Paper file
UND/F7/BD3   January 2000 - October 2003
House Committee minutes, agendas and papers
Paper file
UND/F7/BD4   February 2004 - November 2007
House Committee minutes, agendas and papers
Paper file
Tutors and College Officers Meetings
Reference: UND/F7/BE Chaired by the senior tutor, and attended by the vice-master, bursar, chaplain, librarian and college tutors.

UND/F7/BE1   October 1953 - June 1964
Tutors and College Officers meetings minutes, agendas, papers and correspondence, including a statement on the JCR's status, responsibilities and constitution.
Paper file
Bar Committee
Reference: UND/F7/BF Being responsible to the governing body for the effective running and promotion of the college bar during term and vacation.

UND/F7/BF1   June 1976 - May 1984
Hatfield College Bar Committee minutes, agendas, and papers, including reviews of the bar and a 1 February 1977 agreement with Midland Catering Ltd for running the bar.
Paper file
Central Administration
Reference: UND/F7/C
Master
Reference: UND/F7/C1
Robertson and earlier
Reference: UND/F7/C1/A
Dates of creation:


Jevons
Reference: UND/F7/C1/B
Dates of creation:


Robinson
Reference: UND/F7/C1/C
Dates of creation:


Macfarlane Grieve
Reference: UND/F7/C1/D
Dates of creation:


Birley (1949-1956)
Reference: UND/F7/C1/E
UND/F7/C1/E1   June 1951
Notification of the JCR president election result.
Paper, 1f
UND/F7/C1/E   November 1949 - October 1958
Senior Common Room, correspondence with members, and also some agendas and minutes of the High Table Committee, SCR constitutions and Fund accounts.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/E   1956 - 1962
Annual Accounts of the trustees of the estate of the late Revd Frederick G. Harris for the year to 29 November.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/E   1949 - 1958
Governing Body issues correspondence, including Macfarlane Grieve thanks, war-time records, admission form, students matriculating and leaving in 1951, Association address list, the boat house and the boat club, an organ scholarship, heraldry and the college arms, a new tennis court, a Durham Colleges Mission, student discipline, the college library, a dog called Thomas/Tommy (related by von Leyden in 1994), water shortages, the DC Fencing Club, the death of Canon E.G. Pace (February 1953, including cathedral funeral service paper 11 February 1953), piano practice facilities, college fees, entry requirements, separation of the posts of bursar and vice-master, pay for tutors, case of the Czech refugee Peter Kopta 1949, monthly return train tickets, procedures for guest nights, awards for PhD students, July 1950 Ministry of Education results, Pace Building accounts, proposals to reconstruct the gatehouse and/or build between Jevons and the chapel, unpaid student fees.
Paper file
Whitworth (1957-1979)
Reference: UND/F7/C1/F
UND/F7/C1/F1   January - December 1974
Durham County Rugby Referees' annual dinner, correspondence, including a list of DURFC fixtures 1974/5 for the 1st-4th XVs and a catalogue of the Hatfield College Cellar wines and spirits available for purchase.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/F2   1960 - 1978
Rugby Football newspaper cuttings, dinner menus and matches programmes, for Durham, regional and international matches, including:
31 December 1960, North East Counties v South Africa, Gosforth, 31 December 1960
8 April 1967 County Championship Final Surrey v Durham, Twickenham, programme
28-29 August 1969 Durham County RU Schoolboys & Colts instructional course, Sunderland, programme
3 October 1970 RFU centenary England & Wales v Scotland & Ireland, Twickenham, programme
17 April 1971 RFU centenary dinner, Park Lane, guest list and invite
25 April 1971 Billingham Synthonia RFC Seven a Side Tournament programme
1972 Durham City RFC centenary review by G.S. Shaw
30 April 1972 Durham City v Presidents XV centenary match, Durham, programme
23 November 1972 Percy Park RFC centenary dinner, Tynemouth, menu
24 November 1972 Durham County RFU Referees' Society annual dinner, Sunderland, menu
30 November 1972 Durham City RFC centenary dinner menu
9 December 1972 North-Eastern Counties v North Zealand, Bradford, programme
26 April 1973 Wedding of Virginia Hood to Gordon M. Thomson in Durham Cathedral, service paper and invite
8-9 September 1973 RU Referees' Conference, Hatfield, programme
22 September 1973, Harlequins v Leicester, Twickenham, programme
19 October 1973 Sunderland RUFC centenary dinner, Sunderland, menu
10 November 1973 County Championship Durham v Cheshire at Gateshead Fell, programme
13 November 1973, North of England v Australia, Gosforth, programme
13 November 1973 dinner following North v Australia at Gosforth, menu
2 February 1974 Scotland v England, Murrayfield, programme
January 1975 Broomfield (Sports) Ltd catalogue
15 February 1975 Wales v England, Cardiff, programme
13 September 1975, England under-25 v Italy, Gosforth, programme
29 November 1975 Durham v Northumberland, Gateshead, programme
26 January - 19 February 1978 visit by Bill Freeman director of coaching for New Zealand RFU, programme
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/F3   May 1975 - April 1977
Durham University Rugby Club (Whitworth Hon. President), correspondence, with some match reports, fixture lists (some annotated with results), lists of members, occasional programmes and a constitution and AGM minutes.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/F4   November 1974 - May 1975
Durham University Rugby Club (Whitworth Hon. President), centenary celebrations 1975, correspondence, newspaper cuttings, programmes, notes about teams etc.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/F5   May 1966
University Grants Committee (UGC) visit, papers and correspondence, including concerning members' accommodation and dinner.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/F6   October 1970 - June 1978
Durham Union Society, correspondence and accounts; Whitworth was senior treasurer and trustee, from which he resigned in June 1978.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/FC26   May - June 1975, November 1998
Chinese Silks, Oriental Museum
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/FC29   1949, 1956, October 1960 - November 1971
Senior Common Room (SCR), correspondence, circulars, especially about membership.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/F   January 1960 - February 1964
Harris Fund and Harris Theological Scholarships, correspondence about.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/F   1973 - 1980
Electoral Registration, correspondence, with lists of students, some with room numbers.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/F   1971 - 1978
Admissions, correspondence and lists of students with their subjects and schools, and some statistical analyses.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/F   November 1961 - December 1972
Correspondence with the warden including press notices and copies of the warden's newsletter.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/F   1964
Correspondence, including from Joan Whitworth, with the warden and notes about personal issues, such as the location and quality of the master's accommodation, and the master's duties.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/F   1965 - 1970
Disputes with the JCR, correspondence, notes, minutes of meetings and copies of regulations etc re student behaviour and the JCR's discontent over the bursar.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/F   1959
Correspondence with A.E. Fowler about her late husband Joseph Fowler and the donation of his book on Medieval Sherburn to the library, with a piece about the disappearance of Fowler's tree.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/F   1958 - 1979
Testimonials and references for students, in generally chronological order.
1. 1958-1968.
2. 1967-1971.
3. 1972-1979.
3 paper files
Closed for 80 years under GDPR.
UND/F7/C1/F   January 1961 - January 1971
Governing Body matters, correspondence in relation to.
January 1961 - July 1964.
October 1969 - January 1971.
2 paper files
UND/F7/C1/F   February - March 1972
District Heating System I (DHS 1), conversion of the boiler house at Hatfield to natural gas, correspondence about, reports, plans and minutes of a Building Sub-Committee
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/F   February 1957 - October 1964
Tutors meetings, minutes and papers with some correspondence of the master.
Paper file
Barber (1980-1996)
Reference: UND/F7/C1/G
UND/F7/C1/G   1990 - 1992
Admissions, annual lists with school, and then tabulated by school for 1990-1993.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/G   November 1991 - July 1997
The New Society or The New College or Howlands Trust
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/G   January 1981 - May 1983
Homosexual Conference
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/G   May 1990 - February 1998
Senior Tutor (Barrie Wetton)
Paper file
Closed under DPA until 2029
UND/F7/C1/G   March 1992 - May 1994
Strategy for College Development, reports, papers and correspondence
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/G   October 1994 - January 1995
Tutee Appraisal
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/G   August 1991 - August 1992
Internal Audit Report on Hatfield College
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/G   May 1995 - June 1996
Durham Union Society working party meeting minutes, papers and correspondence, including the February 1962 report (copy) of a sub-committee set up to investgate “the position of the DUS and its relationship to other student bodies” and copy correspondence of 1977 re the Union Society's tenure of its buildings.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/G   October 1985
Fellowship programme for black Africans, correspondence with the prime minister, Margaret Thatcher, re discussions at Chequers.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/G   1993 - 1995
Correspondence with African students about academic progress.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/G   April 1980 - June 1981
Correspondence re converting the Rectory into the master's residence.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/G   November 1995 - January 1996
Eric Birley (1906-1995) memorial service Hatfield College 16 December 1995, correspondence, service paper, tributes and correspondence.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/GC6   September 1980 - June 1995
Senior Common Room, correspondence and papers about.
1. September 1980 - July 1982
2. July 1982 - June 1984
3. July 1986 - April 1989
4. June 1989 - June 1995
4 paper files
UND/F7/C1/GC7   July 1982 - May 1997
Governing Body, files of correspondence and some papers about issues raised or to be raised at Governing Body, and apologies for absence and acceptances of appointments to it.
1. July 1982 - March 1986.
2. February 1986 - July 1989.
3. September 1989 - June 1992.
4. September 1992 - May 1997.
4 paper files
UND/F7/C1/GC7a   September 1994 - May 1995
Bishop Committee, sub-committee of Governing Body on the effect of legislation changes on students, agendas, minutes, papers and correspondence
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/GC8a   October 1980 - July 1995
College Tutors, correspondence with and about.
1. October 1980 - March 1986
2. October 1988 - May 1989
3. April 1989 - July 1992
4. May 1992 - July 1995
5. August 1995 - June 1997
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/GC12b   September 1985 - December 1995
Bar Steward
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/GC13b   March 1982 - March 1986
College Nursing Service, correspondence, reports and minutes
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/GC20c   May 1981 - January 1991
Study Courses in Hatfield
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/GC22c   January 1989 - September 1995
National Trust Study Holidays, including The National Trust Magazine for March 1991
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/GC31   November 1986 - November 1996
Hatfield College Trust, agendas, minutes, papers and correspondence concerning the trust established in 1986, with also reports of The Valence Mary (1997) Endowment Fund
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/GE5   July 1980 - August 1990
African students - Aaron K.K. Mukwaya (thesis on Anglo-Ugandan Relations following Uganda's independence).
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/GM14d   November 1994 - July 1996
Master's Retirement, including the appointment of a successor
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/GS3a   December 1980 - March 1985
Working Party on the Maintenance Fee System and the future of College/Council relationships, agendas, minutes and papers of the university committee, with some correspondence
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/GS4b   February - April 1991
Private Accommodation for Students
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/GS6   1987 - October 1997
Students Abroad, including a list with addresses 1987/8
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/GS10a   June 1989 - November 1993
The Community Charge and the Poll Tax
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/GS11a   June 1985 - July 1995
Baxter prize winners, lists and correspondence
1. June 1985 - October 1990
2. June 1991 - July 1995
2 paper files
UND/F7/C1/GS12   March 1981 - June 1995
Student Behaviour, correspondence and some newspaper cuttings about incidents generally of bad student behaviour
1. March 1981 - May 1989
2. April 1989 - June 1991
3. October 1991 - June 1995
3 paper files
UND/F7/C1/GS23   March 1988 - October 1997
Police Liasion (with PC Burdis until January 1996 then with David Hemmingway)
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/GU21c   November 1986 - June 1990
Durham University Society
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/G   1993 - 1995

Paper file
UND/F7/C1/G   1980
Tom Whitworth memorial [rugby] match Durham County v Durham University Past and Present, 7 December, correspondence, programme, invites and accounts.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/GU23   December 1986 - October 1997
Bishop of Durham, correspondence with and some papers, such as Bishop David Jenkins's Easter Day sermon in Durham Cathedral 3 April 1988 and his Diocesan Synod Presidential Address 1 November 1986.
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/G   [1969 - 1970]
Master's notepad with drafts of letters re the 1969/70 dispute over the bursar, a room by room inventory of the contents of his house, and to do lists including for a camping holiday.
Paper spiral-bound notepad
UND/F7/C1/G   10 August 2015
Funeral service paper for James Barber (1931-2015) in Pembroke College Chapel, Cambridge, with a letter (30 August) from June Barber to Tim Burt about family and Hatfield, and the college going mixed.
Card/paper file
Burt (1996-2017)
Reference: UND/F7/C1/H
UND/F7/C1/H   1997 - June 1998
Heads of House and Chaplains
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/H   August 1997 - June 1998
Assistant Librarian post
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/H   January - September 1999
Bursar, appointment of, including job details for the previous appointment in 1985
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/H   October 1997 - May 1999
Hatfield Parenting Forum
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/H   June 2001
“Hatfield College Tutorial System Revisited” by Kent Curtis
Paper booklet
UND/F7/C1/H   January 1997 & February 1998
Internal Audit Service reports on the college (3 January 1997) and the college's catering and domestic services contract (4 February 1998)
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/HC7c   October 1996 - November 1997
Lectures, Dr Barbara Kennedy
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/GC7f   December 1996 - October 1998
Hatfield Environment Forum
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/HC8c   October 1996
College Officers, research fellows and freshers week report
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/HC13   January - February 1999
College Flag
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/HC19a   May - July 1997
Royal Victoria Infirmary [Newcastle], correspondence re the effect of changes in the indoor environment on levels of airway responsiveness
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/HC22b   December 1998 - June 1999
Schools Liaison/Conferences, correspondence
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/HM5b   January - April 1998
The Geographical Association, including annual conference programme April 1998 and brochure
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/HM6   September 1996 - November 1998
Environmental Change Network (ECN)
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/HM6a   June 1998
Brasside Pond Development for Durham City Angling Club
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/HM7   November 1996 - March 1999
Shell Centre, Jonathan Kohn, correspondence re especially the provision of computers
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/HM8   January 1997 - April 1998
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)(
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/HM9   December 1996 - February 1997
Environment Water (Fred Worrell)
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/HM10   December 1996 - January 1997
The British Council
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/HS11p   August - December 1996
Kennedy Scholarships
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/HS11p   January 1997 - June 1998
Hatfield Trust, grants to students
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/HS17b   November 1996 - March 1999
Rowing VIII/Eight Boat Project
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/HU4c   July 1997
Dearing Report, including The Times Higher Dearing's Summary of 25 July 1997
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/H   January 1999 - November 2001
Chapel organ restoration, correspondence about fund raising and some details of the work being carried out by Harrison & Harrison, with a programme for the inauguration of the newly-restorted organ on 1 November 2001
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/HC7g(i)   June 1997 - May 1998
Hatfield parenting forum, correspondence about setting it up, with Prof Masud Hoghughi, and its meetings on 3 December 1997 and 4 March 1998
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/HM14   September 1996 - February 1997
River Restoration Project, working especially on the Rivers Cole and Skerne and proposing a River Restoration Centre, steering group minutes and papers of meetings
Paper file
MacLarnon (2017-)
Reference: UND/F7/C1/I
UND/F7/C1/I1   October 2017
Inauguration, poster, concert programme, dinner menu/programme, address by Douglas Davies and seating plan
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/I2   September 2017
Alumni/Donors, correspondence with
Paper file
UND/F7/C1/I3   March 2020 - December 2021
Circulars and emails sent to staff about lockdown and dealing with the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, closing down the college, dealing with students still resident, and reopening for the new academic year, and continuing to bring life back towards normality, and coping with further waves of the virus.
Paper file
Bursar
Reference: UND/F7/C2 SGD 109/1: Hatfield College Journal 1906-1925

UND/F7/C2/A1   April 1853 - January 1872
Bishop Hatfield's Hall account book detailing receipts and expenses.
Paper book, in vellum covers, rebound with gold filleted red leather spine and buckram covered boards overlaid with the vellum [by George Peart c.1990]
UND/F7/C2/A2   January 1872 - June 1881
Bishop Hatfield Hall's account book.
Paper book, marbled paper covered pasteboards, detached
UND/F7/C2/A3   October 1892 - July 1898
Bishop Hatfield Hall's account book.
Paper book
UND/F7/C2/A4-6   November 1854 - January 1902
Caution money accounts detailing money deposited by named students, and then returned.
4. November 1854 - December 1884, with a letter from Charles Forshaw claiming his caution money, 24 June 1872
5. January 1885 - June 1900
6. October 1900 - January 1902
3 paper books, 2 soft backed
UND/F7/C2/A7   December 1856 - June 1873
Students' ledger
Detailing receipts and payments of battels, caution money etc 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/A8   Michaelmas 1898 - Epiphany 1900
Ledger for students matriculating Michaelmas 1898 - Epiphany 1900, and senior members. Indexed at the front.
Paper book
UND/F7/C2/A9   1901 - 1902
General ledger, with students and senior members ledger for battels, a ledger for caution money, and revenue accounts at the back.
Paper book
UND/F7/C2/A10-14   July 1902 - July 1925
General ledgers
10. July 1902 - July 1904, with accounts at the back.
11. July 1904 - July 1907, with accounts at the back.
12. July 1907 - June 1911
13. July 1911 - June 1919
14. July 1919 - July 1925
5 paper books
UND/F7/C2/A15-18   July 1904 - July 1925
Bursar's ledgers
15. July 1904 - July 1907
16. July 1907 - July 1910
17. July 1910 - July 1919
18. July 1919 - July 1925
4 paper books
UND/F7/C2/A19   April 1915 - June 1919
Ledger, detailing payments for each member, mainly for food and drink.
Paper book, soft backed
UND/F7/C2/A20   August 1974 - July 1975
Ledger, cross-referenced to the cash book and journal, with a balance sheet at the back
Paper file in a plastic multi-ring binder
UND/F7/C2/A21-23   1898 - 1929
Cash books, debit and credit pages, cross-referenced to the ledgers
21. July 1898 - June 1902, with a 1902 file of letters from Cyril Hatfield and Walter Cottrell, Elvet Colliery coal receipts and a Durham University Journal receipt inserted.
22. July 1902 - December 1914.
23. January 1915 - July 1929
3 paper books, in reverse-calf covered boards, with lacework bands
23 was 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/A24-31   May 1958 - April 1981
Cash books, debit and credit pages, with cross-references to ledgers and vouchers.
24. May 1958 - January 1962
25. January 1962 - July 1965
26. July 1965 - April 1968
27. May 1968 - October 1970
28. November 1970 - February 1973
29. March 1973 - December 1975
30. January 1976 - July 1978
31. August 1978 - April 1981
8 paper books
UND/F7/C2/A32   October 1949 - May 1959
Weekly Bill Book, detailing the costs of events - dinners, meetings, teas, balls - during each term.
Paper book
UND/F7/C2/A33   October 1949 - October 1961
Petty cash book
Paper book
UND/F7/C2/A34   October 1949 - July 1959
Journal
Paper book
UND/F7/C2/A35-40   19 July 1912 - 14 September 1968
Servants' Wages Books, incomplete series
Weekly payments, detailing name, job, age, amount, insurance deduction, next amount payable, and employer's insurance contribution.
35. 19 July 1912 - 2 October 1925
36. 8 October 1949 - 14 October 1950
37. 12 May 1951 - 22 December 1951
38. 27 July 1957 - 15 February 1958
39. 27 February 1965 - 2 October 1965
40. 10 February 1968 - 14 September 1968
35 was 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/A41   November 1895 - January 1900
Examination Battel Book, listing, chonrologically, battels for those returning to or staying at Hatfield for their examinations.
Paper book
UND/F7/C2/A42   January 1892 - November 1898
Senior members' battels book, with 1898 entries noted as entered in the ledger (?next volume).
Paper book
UND/F7/C2/A43-45   Epiphany 1898 - Epiphany 1952
Battels books, listing for each member alphabetically for each term separate payments due under various headings.
43. Epiphany - Michaelmas 1898 and Epiphany - Michaelmas 1900
44. Epiphany 1913 - Michaelmas 1915
45. Epiphany 1951, separate sections for junior and senior members, with some other battels accounts for Epiphany 1952
3 paper books
UND/F7/C2/A46-49   Michaelmas 1913 - Epiphany 1969
Summary Battels books, listing for each member totals due each term under various headings, cross-referenced to the ledger
46. Michaelmas 1913 - Easter 1926
47. Michaelmas 1955 - Michaelmas 1960
48. Epiphany 1961 - Epiphany 1966
49. Easter 1966 - Epiphany 1969
50. Epiphany Vacation 1969 - Epiphany 1972
51. Epiphany 1972 - Michaelmas 1974
52. Michaelmas 1974 - Easter Vacation 1976
53. Michaelmas 1976 - Michaelmas 1978
54. Michaelmas 1978 - Easter 1981
4 paper books
UND/F7/C2/A55-56   Michaelmas 1954 - Easter 1990
Senior members account book, detailing fees and payments each term.
50. Michaelmas 1954 - Easter 1961
51. Michaelmas 1984 - Easter 1990
2 paper books
UND/F7/C2/A57   November 1949 - December 1962
Salaries book, listing monthly salaries and deductions for staff.
Paper book
UND/F7/C2/A58   July 1962 - April 1963, August 1968 - July 1972
Purchases, listing invoices, categorising the expenditure, July 1962 - April 1963
Analysis of Purchases, with monthly totals under various headings August 1968 - July 1972
Paper book
UND/F7/C2/A59   Michaelmas 1987 - Easter 1990
Junior members' account book
Paper book
UND/F7/C2/A60   February 1987 - June 1995
Outside suppliers account book, with monthly totals for expenses incurred by maintenance, wine cellar, stationary, postage, grounds, library and chapel.
1 October 1949 - 31 July 1979
Paper book
UND/F7/C2/A61   April 1838 - April 1848
Seaton Carew township overseers' receipts and disbursements book, reused as a cash book for November/December 1972
Paper book
UND/F7/C2/A62   January - October 1941
Weekly battel sheets for R. Armstrong.
Paper file, 3f
UND/F7/C2/A63   July 1911 - October 1919
Job sheets book, being requests for minor works to be carried out, signed by the master, printed for Hatfield Hall by T. Caldcleugh of 45 Saddler St, Durham.
Paper book
UND/F7/C2/B1   2012 - 2018
Posters for events in Hatfield (dining hall unless otherwise stated):
Durham Philharmonia concert, conductor Oliver Zeffman, 25 November [2012].
Time and Activism: Ruptures, Experiences, Aftermaths one-day workshop, 5 July 2018 (including programme)
Paper file
UND/F7/C2/B2   6 November 1883
Fire insurance policy with the Manchester Fire Assurance Co.
Paper, 1f
UND/F7/C2/B3   20 May 2016
Menus for special meals:
Prince Abbas Hilmi lunch 20 May 2016, signed by all present: Anoush Ehteshami, Michael Stansfield, Prince Abbas Hilmi, Daniel Newman, Paul Starkey, Judy Burg, Daniel Donoghue, Sharne Proctor.
Paper file
UND/F7/C2/C1   October 1974 - May 1979
Correspondence and circulars from the Finance Officer at Old Shire Hall (Alec McWilliam).
Paper file
UND/F7/C2/C2   February 1974 - June 1979
Repairs and Renewals, correspondence, invoices, specifications, estimates, and some catalogues for maintenance work on the college.
Paper file
UND/F7/C2/C8   December 1976 - August 1979
University Bursars' Committee minutes, agendas, papers and correspondence.
Paper file
UND/F7/C2/C   July - December 1967
Parsons Field House, notes of a meeting, with inventory and some correspondence.
Paper file
UND/F7/C2/C   August 1972 - October 1976
Parsons Field Court, including correspondence, occupancy agreements, information for residents, and some lists of occupants.
Paper file
UND/F7/C2/C   September 1971 - September 1978
Charges Schedules, lists of fees for conferences, the SCR and JCR, meals and residence, and some menus.
Paper file
UND/F7/C2/C   1969 - 1971
Damages, lists of in student rooms, termly.
Paper file
UND/F7/C2/C   October - November 1971
Sub-Committee on Economies in College, minutes, agenda and papers.
Paper file
UND/F7/C2/C   1975 - 1980
Model of College Costs
Paper file
UND/F7/C2/C   November 1965 - June 1968
Commissariat Committee/Food Sub-Committee, lists of food, menu suggestions.
Paper file
UND/F7/C2/C   1962 - 1978
Staff files, especially contracts of employment and especially re the Job Creation Scheme.
21 paper files
Closed under DPA until 2059.
UND/F7/C2/C   February 1978 - November 1979
Wages and Salaries, circulars, correspondence, lists of scales, contracts.
Paper file
UND/F7/C2/C   February 1973 - October 1978
Bryan Cooke, Senior Bursar and Personnel Officer for the university, correspondence with, including some meetings minutes and circulars.
Paper file
UND/F7/C2/C   October 1971 - October 1973
Lists of JCR students, their rooms, charges, responsibilities, postgraduates, livers-out, also some SCR.
Paper file
UND/F7/C2/C   March 1977 - February 1979
Job Creation Scheme correspondence and forms.
Paper file
UND/F7/C2/C   April 1964 - November 1967
Surveyor's department, correspondence with over maintenance works at Hatfield, including plans for fittings in the Pace Building.
Paper file
UND/F7/C2/C   February 1969 - December 1970
Till Hill Forestry, correspondence with about works on the Banks, including a plan of the trees.
Paper file
UND/F7/C2/C   November 1957 - February 1960
Bursar's correspondence re College Governing Body, including apologies and comments on the minutes.
Paper file
UND/F7/C2/CD149   1977 - 1979
Estimates, revised and provisional, with some Finance Committee papers.
Paper file
UND/F7/C2/C   1965 - 1978
Annual Income and Expenditure Estimates compared with Actuals, with some temrly JCR accounts, and some notes on the accounts.
Paper file
UND/F7/C2/C113   January 1972 - April 1979
JCR correspondence of the bursar, including also circulars, accounts and damage reports.
Paper file
Chapel
Reference: UND/F7/C3
UND/F7/C3/A1   Michaelmas 1929 - Michaelmas 1941
Chapel account book, detailing collections and (from Easter 1933) numbers present, and expenses on such as flowers and cleaning.
Paper book, covers detaching, repaired with sticking plaster
UND/F7/C3/A2   Michaelmas 1955 - Epiphany 1959
Chapel Book, recording each day who took the service, who preached, numbers present and the collection, with tables of readers at the back.
Paper book (originally a cash book)
UND/F7/C3/A3   April 1959 - December 1962
Chapel Book, recording each day who took the service, who preached, numbers present and the collection, with tables of readers at the back.
Paper book (originally a cash book)
UND/F7/C3/A4   January 1963 - June 1965
Chapel Book, recording each day who took the service, who preached, numbers present and the collection.
Paper book (originally a cash book)
UND/F7/C3/A5   October 1965 - January 1967
Chapel Book, recording each day who took the service, who preached, numbers present and the collection.
Paper book
UND/F7/C3/A6   October 1966 - March 1977
Chapel register of services, detailing date, day, hour, service, officiant/celebrant, preacher, subject, number of commuinicants, number of attendees, collection and for what (not recorded after February 1973).
Paper book
UND/F7/C3/A7   April 1977 - March 2006
Chapel register of services, detailing date, day, hour, service, officiant/celebrant, preacher, subject, number of communicants, number of attendees, collection and for what, and notes.
Paper book
UND/F7/C3/A8   April 2006 - July 2010
Chapel register of services, detailing date, day, hour, service, officiant/celebrant, preacher, subject, number of commuinicants, number of attendees, collection and for what, and notes. With a note that the register was mislaid during rewiring in the Summer of 2010 and a new register had been started by the time it was found in February 2011.
Inserted service papers for: thanksgiving for Simon J. McNamara (1983-2008); Durham Cathedral 24 May 2009, Gateshead Holy Name of Jesus 2009, Durham Cathedral evensong on the Eve of Hatfield Day 15 June 2009 (all services sung by Hatfield); BCP Holy Communion December 2009; Lent to Easter Reflection [2010].
Paper book
UND/F7/C3/A9   1951
Hatfield College War Roll for WW2, recording those in residence killed during and just after the war, mainly RAF Short Course students, detailing names, dates of birth and death, school, when in residence, course, and rank, unit and how they died, with their degree and any gallantry awards, with coloured emblems of their units, all written by L.C. Evetts:
Frederick Davison, Douglas J. Faires, Stanley Garside, Michael D. Hayes, Raymond C. Hill, Kenneth Hodgson, Roy Holmes, Stanley Kidd, Thomas H.B. Kirkby, Alfred Lister, Thomas R. Lumsden, Colin H. Lynch, Claude J. Mason, Phillip N. Osborne, Alan M. Parker, John V. Prosser, Raymond C.P. Rigg, Walter O. Slassor, Richard E. Stainbank, Albert R. Steeples, Maurice W. Stobart, George G. Tebble, Ian M. Thompson, Joseph W. Usherwood, Edmund G.H. Wareing, Ralph E.P. Williams, Arthur A. Young, Kenneth D. Williams, Frank G.G. Brown, Clifford Hill, Antony H. Hollingsworth, Alan Stewart, William G. Dowson, Tom Lonsdale.
Inserted at the front is a list of those from Hatfield who died in WW1.
Parchment book, 12f, bound in dark blue gold and black edged buckram by S.M. Cockerell
Hatfield College Chapel, wood & glass display case
Digitised material for Hatfield College Roll of honour for World War 2 - UND/F7/C3/A9
UND/F7/C3/C1   1883 - 1992
Chapel organ, including:
1883 Specification by Harrison and Harrison
[c.1900] Description and instructions for the organ's use by Dr Rogers and Mr Harrison
1970-1971 reports, schemes/specifications/estimates and correspondence re rebuilding from N.P. Mander Ltd of London, H.E. Prested of Bearpark, Harrison and Harrison Ltd of Durham, and J.W. Walker & Sons Ltd of Ruislip;
1979-1983 reports and correspondence re repairs and tuning from E.J. Johnson & Son of Cambridge, Nicholson & Co of Worcester, J.D.R. Price and Adrian Marple, and H.E. Prested of Bearpark;
1988-1989,1992 correspondence and estimates re work on the organ, including a condair catalogue, with Harrison & Harrison of Durham and Peter Wood & Son of Harrogate.
2000-2001 refurbishment by Harrison & Harrison.
Paper file
UND/F7/C3/C2   November 2001 - June 2003
Fixtures and fittings: loans of the presidential chair to DULOG and DST; correspondence and history of the communion table acquired from Loftus United Reformed Church; 8 colour photograph prints of the chapel entrance exterior (with roses), the interior looking east (Marescotti painting over the communion table) and west, closeups of the organ console and stops, stone carving of a clergyman, a wooden carving of an angel holding a shield, and an embroidered panel; a list of the names on the war memorial; permissions to use the chapel.
Paper file
UND/F7/C3/C3   1865 - 1983
Paintings, correspondence about, including:
William Farrer's identification for James Jay of Marescotti's Holy Family (Virgin, child and Joseph) with cherubims and Holy Spirit 1865
Notes by H.N. Spalding (grandson of Jay) on the picture's provenance and valuation [c.1950s]
Letter of H.N. Spalding to Mr Wallis about the cleaning of the picture and his hopes to see it in the college chapel 1952
Note by the chaplain Alan Nugent 1974
Correspondence about borrowing 5 pictures from the Bowes Museum 1982-1983
Paper file
Transferred from the college 22 August 2018, Acc No Misc.2018/19:7.
UND/F7/C3/C4   2006 - 2018
Music composed for the chapel choir:
Hatfield College Grace, by Emma L. Garside, 2006
Sol Justitiae, for Tim Burt, music by Alec Roth, words by James Barmby, 2009
Preces and Responses, by Alistair Crisp, 2018
Paper file
UND/F7/C3/D1   1949 - 2021
Service papers for services in chapel:
Dedication of the Centenary Memorial Lectern 30 October 1949.
Advent 1958.
Eric Birley memorial service, 16 December 1995.
Inauguration of the newly-restored organ, 1 November 2001.
Emma Burt and Adrian Garside wedding, 20 December 2003.
Simon James McNamara (1983-2008), July 2008
Choral evensong 24 May 2013, 25 February 2014, 20 January [2015], 25 January, 16 May, 6 June, 10 October, 14 November 2016, 6 & 27 February, 15 May 2017, 5 February, 30 April, 14 May, 15 October, 19 November 2018, 21 January, 25 February 2019, 3 February 2020.
Remembrance Sunday: [9 November 2014], with a copy of the address; [8 November 2015] with a copy of Kathleen Connolly's address on P.A. Brown of the WEA with a copy of a letter from F.B. Jevons about Brown of 12 November 1915; 13 November 2016; 11 November 2018.
Advent Carols: 1959, 28 November 2014, 2 December 2019.
Sam Stoker memorial service, 10 January 2015.
Nine Lessons and Carols, 11/12 December 2017, 10/11 December 2018, 9/10 December 2019, 6 December 2021.
Celebration and Thanksgiving on the 30th Anniversary of the Admission of Women [21 October 2018].
Paper file
UND/F7/C3/D2   [2012] - 2019
Posters for chapel events:
Organ recitals of J.S. Bach's music, 20 January - 9 March [2012].
Organ recitals celebrating the Orgelbüchlein project, 22 January - 4 March 2016.
Choral Compline, 16 June [2019].
Nine Lessons and Carols, 9/10 December 2019, 6 December 2021.
Evensong, May - November 2021
Remembrance, 11 November 2020
Paper file
UND/F7/C3/D3   1972, 2015 - 2020
Programmes/posters for concerts in chapel:
Organ recitals 1972 to mark the rebuilding of the organ (Jerome Roche 4 October, Peter Stevenson 11 October, Francis Jackson 13 October)
Bach at Hatfield 2015 and organ recital by Roger Fisher, 16 January 2015
Organ recital by Francesca Massey, 4 March 2016
Flute Choir concert, 12 June 2016
Flute Choir and Horn Society, 14 March 2017
Chapel Choir, Purcell's Queen Mary Birthday Ode, in honour of the master's inauguration, [30 October 2017]
Organ recitals 2018, Margaret Edwards and Anastasia Kell 16 February, Luke Fitzgerald 14 March
Organ recitals Epiphany 2019 and Epiphany 2020
Paper file
UND/F7/C3/D4   [c.2014]
Services booklet for Evensong, Communion and Remembrance Sunday
Paper booklet, 16p in card covers
UND/F7/C3/D5   1952 - 2010
Chapel term cards:
Michaelmas 1952; Epiphany, Easter 1971; Michaelmas 1973; Easter 1975; Michaelmas 1976; Epiphany, Easter 1978; Epiphany, Michaelmas 2000; Easter, Michaelmas 2001; Epiphany 2002; Michaelmas 2004; Epiphany 2005; Michaelmas 2006; Michaelmas 2008; Epiphany, Easter, Michaelmas 2009; Epiphany (includes Bishop Hatfield lectures), Easter 2010.
Card file
UND/F7/C3/D6   2015 - 2020
Music and Service sheets
Epiphany 2015
Epiphany and Easter 2016
Easter and Michaelmas 2017
Epiphany 2018
Michaelmas 2019
Epiphany 2020
Paper file
UND/F7/C3/D7   1999 - 2018
Choir tour ephemera:
Chapel choir week, 14-21 February 1999, brochure
Chapel choir tour of Leipzig, Prague, Vienna, Salzburg July 2008, brochure
Chapel choir tour of Canada and USA 24 March - 4 April 2017, brochure.
Chapel choir tour of Estonia, July 2018, poster.
Paper file
UND/F7/C3/D8   [1982]
Evensong for St Stephen's Day sung by the Chapel Choir, recording made by the university Music department to mark the 150th anniversary of the university, with sleeve notes including names of the choir, organists etc.
Long playing record, in a sleeve
UND/F7/C3/D9   1992 - 2019
Service papers for services elsewhere:
Wimborne Minster, funeral of John Charles Wallis (1912-1992) (Hatfield student, then chaplain 1949-57)
Kinver St Peter's church, service of thanksgiving for Graeme Robert Markham (1952-1998), 3 December 1998
Blackwell All Saints church, service of thanksgiving for Ronald Frank Bishop (1922-2013), 12 October 2013, with covering letter
Oldham Crematorium, service of celebration and thanksgiving for John Charles Woolley (1952-2014), 4 February 2014
Cullercoats St George, 20 June [2014]
Inter-Collegiate chapel choirs evensong, Durham cathedral, 29 January 2017, 3 February 2019
Services sung in Durham Cathedral: 18 February 2018, (Bishop Hatfield evensong) 18 June 2018
Paper file
Plans
Reference: UND/F7/C4
UND/F7/C4/1   20 December 1851
Plans for Hatfield Hall chapel, by Robson and Winter, ink and colour wash; original numbers retained:
6. Long elevation, 8' to 1".
7. East elevation, 8' to 1", with pencil annotations.
8. West elevation, 8' to 1", with pencil calculations.
11. Elevation and section of the central arch, 1' to ½", centre tear repaired with linen, further tear.
14. Roof elevation, 1' to ½", pencil annotations, backed on linen.
[15]. Foundation plan and north side elevation, 4' to 1", with pencil annotations; dorse, south (ink and colour) and cross wall (pencil) elevations, 4' to 1", with pencil annotations.
Paper, 6f
UND/F7/C4/2   March 1931
Plan for [the installation] of electric light over 5 floors, by W.T. Jones architect.
Paper, 1f, torn
UND/F7/C4/3   2 April 1957
Rectory Building proposed alterations and improvements, by Cordingley McIntyre architects of Owengate, Durham, DS564/1c
Plans of ground and 1-3 floors, 1/8" to 1', coloured.
Paper
UND/F7/C4/4   January - April 1963
Designs for electric light chandeliers, with a letter of 3 April 1963 to Mr W. Reeves of Maple and Co ordering 3.
1. Coloured design by Bernard Taylor & Associates, Manchester, 1½" to 1', 8 January 1963.
2. Design No. E.75160, ¼ scale.
3. BW photograph print by Stanley.
Paper, 3f & 1 BW print
UND/F7/C4/5   [c.1965]
Plans for room layouts in the Jevons Building, by Bernard Taylor and Associates architects of 22 Dickinson St, Manchester; original numbers retained:
13. Plans for draft room layouts for levels 2-4 and level 1, 4' to 1", coloured.
14. Views of draft room layouts for a library and two study bedrooms.
Paper, 2f
UND/F7/C4/6   9 March 1970
Rectory general arrangement plan by P.A. Boobyer, surveyor to the university, lower ground, ground and floors 1-2, with functions of the rooms annotated, 1/8" to 1'.
Paper, 1f
UND/F7/C4/7   [c.1970]
Plans for alterations to A and B stairs:
1. Plan of ground, first and second floor levels.
2. Alterations for a new seminar room in the basement.
3. Alterations to the basement toilet on B stair.
Paper, 3f
UND/F7/C4/8   [c.1970]
Plan and design for a typical study bedroom at Parsons Field, by Bernard Taylor and Associates of 22 Dickinson St, Manchester.
Paper, 1f
Formerly PFD/5.
UND/F7/C4/9   January 1972
Plans for the conversion of Nos. 31-33 Church St, Durham, by Bernard Taylor and Partners architects, of 36 Charlotte St, Manchester, ¼" to 1'; original numbers retained:
5. Ground and first floor plans.
6. Second floor plan and section.
7. Elevations, site and location plans.
Paper, 3f
UND/F7/C4/10   February 1974
Proposed alterations to the kitchens.
General layout drawing, ground floor plan, by Hayton, Lee and Braddock, 1:50, Ds985/2c.
Paper, 1f
UND/F7/C4/11   September & November 1976
Plans for alterations to 26 North Bailey, by Hayton, Lee and Braddock of Owengate House, Durham; original numbers retained Ds1004.
2c. Proposed Improvements, plan of basement, ground, and 1-3 floors, 1:50, September 1976.
3b. Proposed Layout, plan of basement, ground, and 1-3 floors, 1:50, December 1976.
Paper, 2f
UND/F7/C4/12   June 1980 - February 1981
Rectory Building alterations, by Bernard Taylor & Partners architects, of St Ann's House, Manchester, job no 1040.
1. Plan as existing, lower ground, ground and floors 1-2, 1:100, June 1980.
2. Main stair area on ground floor, plan, sections and elevation, for consideration, 1:20, coloured, 23 February 1981.
3. Location plan, showing paths from Bow Lane, for committee purposes, 1:1250, n.d..
Paper, 3f
UND/F7/C4/13   December 1981
Alterations plan as proposed for creating 3 flats, by DU Buildings Office.
Paper, 1f
UND/F7/C4/14   February - August 1983
Proposed alterations to the dining room and kitchens, by the Bernard Taylor Partnership architects of St Ann's House, Manchester, job no.1110.
1. Plan as existing, 1:50, 24 February 1983.
2. Sections of the building as existing, 1:50, 25 February 1983.
3. Discussion layout by Grandmet Catering Services, 1:50, May 1983.
4. Screen alternative 1 to kitchen, 1:50, June 1983.
5. Screen alternative 2 to kitchen, 1:50, June 1983.
6. Screens alternatives 1 & 2 to annexe, 1:50, June 1983.
7. Plans as proposed, 1:50, July 1983.
8. Elevations as proposed showing location of paintings, 1:50, July 1983.
9. Details of the screen to the kitchen servery, sections and elevations, August 1983.
10. Electrical services, by Roy Robson Associates, September 1983.
11. Elevations of the lobby to the dining room, 1:20, n.d..
12. Dining room wall elevations, n.d..
Paper, 12f
UND/F7/C4/15   March - May 1983
Jevons House Junior Common Room Alterations, by the Bernard Taylor Partnership architects, of St Ann's House, Manchester, job no.1111.
1. General arrangement, plan and sections, preliminary, coloured, 1:50, March 1983.
2. General arrangement, plan and sections, 1:50, March 1983.
3. Details in bar area, plan and section, 1:20, March 1983.
4. Details in gallery bar, plan and section, 1:20, March 1983.
5. Mechanical services, plan and sections, by Cairns & Byles of 8 Osborne Road, Newcastle, 1:50, coloured, 11 April 1983.
6. Electrical services, plan and section, by Cairns & Byles of 8 Osborne Road, Newcastle, 1:50, 9 May 1983.
Paper
UND/F7/C4/16   April - September 1983
D Stair alterations, by P.A. Boobyer, university surveyor, with a schedule and letter September 1983.
1. Sections, 1:50, April 1983.
2. Sections sheet 1, 1:50, April 1983.
3. First floor plan, coloured, 1:50, April 1983.
4. Plan of roof void, 1:50, June 1983.
5. Floor strengthening general arrangement, 1:50, June 1983.
6. Floor strengthening details, 1:20 and 1:5, June 1983.
7. Section sheets 2. 1:50, July 1983.
8. Details of stair flat 1, 1:20, July 1983.
9. Glazed screen to staircase enclosure, 1:20, 1:2, 1:10, July 1983.
10. Structural steelwork for floor strengthening, 1:20 and 1:5, July 1983.
11. Reflected ceiling plan, 1:50, July 1983.
12. Partition details and door details, 1:2 and 1:20, July 1983.
13. Window schedule, July 1983.
14. Door schedule, July 1983.
15. Sanitary fittings and kitchen fittings, August 1983.
16. Balustrade strengthening, 1:2.5, August 1983.
17. Kitchen and bathroom layouts sheet 1, 1:20, August 1983.
18. Kitchen and bathroom layouts sheet 2, 1:20, August 1983.
19. Existing first floor plan, 1:50, August 1983.
Paper, 21f
UND/F7/C4/17   July 2012
A & B stairs alterations, by Estates and Buildings department, with a covering email of 25 July
1. Plan as existing of basement and floors 1-3, with some alterations, 1:50.
2. Plan as existing of basement and ground floors, with coloured amendments.
Paper, 3f
UND/F7/C4/18   [c.1980]
Plan and elevation of Rectory doorway Bow Lane by K.L. Bell, with a draft typescript abstract of title of rectory deeds 1680-1894 involving William Waller, John Fowler, John Theobalds, Martin Wilkinson, Robert Hilton, Abraham Hilton, George Taylor, Elizabeth Burrell, Margaret Lady Darcy, Jane Waring, John Grant Waring, Christopher Chrishop, William Alston, George Chrishop, Shute Barrington bishop of Durham, Sir Henry Vane Tempest, George Fenwick, Walter Scruton, Henry Donkin, John Burrell, Robert Anthony Burrell (sold by the last 31 December 1894 to the Warden and Scholars of the University of Durham).
Paper file
UND/F7/C4/19   October 1994
Alterations to sanitary accommodation in Bailey House by Howarth Litchfield Partnership
Existing layouts, 1:100, drawing 100
Existing layouts proposed, 1:100, drawing 200
Twin shower room layout, 1:20, drawing 201
Single shower room layout all floors and cleaners cupboard to entrance foyer, 1:20, drawing 203
Paper file
Kitchen
Reference: UND/F7/C5
UND/F7/C5/1   1955 - 2021
Menus for special dinners and luncheons:
General menu for luncheon at the Waterloo Hotel, Durham, 11 November [?1950s]
Christmas dinner: 8 December 1955, signed; 12 December 1956, signed
Visit of the Select Committee of the House of Commons, 7 February 1969, with a card from Jim of Sheffield
Formal dinner, 9 January 1996
Dinner, 6 & 13 June 1996
Honorary Palatinate dinner for Will Carling, 9 June 2000, signed
University 175 celebrations, Lion in Summer Ball, 8 September 2007, signed
SCR Guest Night Formal, 22 October 2010
County Durham Formal, 13 November 2018
Graduation dinner, 3 July 2019
Christmas Formal 7 December 2021
Card file
Vice-Master
Reference: UND/F7/C6 2020-date Katie Stobbs

UND/F7/C6/AE12   10 November 1979
Financial Estimates and Recommendations to Cover Period 10th January 1980 to 30th September 1980, by Midland Catering with Care
Paper file, spiral bound
UND/F7/C6/AE14   November 1980 - October 1982
Admissions Queries, correspondence with potential students and their parents
Paper file
UND/F7/C6/AE16   March 1982 - May 1986
Chaplain, correspondence with, circulars from and service papers
Paper file
UND/F7/C6/AE17   November 1982 - June 1986
Hatfield Association, correspondence with alumni
Paper file
UND/F7/C6/AE18   September 1975 - October 1980
Admissions Queries, correspodence with potential students and their parents
Paper file
UND/F7/C6/AE19   June - October 1980
Rooms, correspondence about changing rooms with some lists of students and their rooms
Paper file
UND/F7/C6/AE20   June 1978 - September 1982
Work Experience Scheme (Domestic), mainly Manpower Services Commission monthly allowance sheets for those on the scheme, with some correspondence
Paper file
UND/F7/C6/AE21   February - May 1980
Estimates, accounts, including some finance committee papers
Paper file
UND/F7/C6/AE22   November 1979 - May 1981
Battels Charges, for senior and junior members
Paper file
UND/F7/C6/AE23   April - November 1980
Sundry Creditors, invoices for various works and purchases
Paper file
UND/F7/C6/AE25   April 1988 - April 1989
Hatfield Association reunion and dinner invoices
Paper file
UND/F7/C6/AE29   June 1984
Exam results
Paper file
UND/F7/C6/AE30   July 1980 - March 1981
Bar Stock lists, including wines and spirits
Paper file
UND/F7/C6/AE32   July 1980
Debtors
Paper file
UND/F7/C6/AE33   July 1978 - January 1980
Work Experience Scheme (Painting the Rectory)
Paper file
UND/F7/C6/AE34   June 1980
Congregation Bookings
Paper file
UND/F7/C6/AE35   March - December 1980
Interviewees, lists of and arrangements for
Paper file
UND/F7/C6/AE36   July 1979 - July 1980
Accounts, with some invoices and correspondence with the bank
Paper file
UND/F7/C6/AE37   October 1973 - April 1974
UCCA forms rejected and passed to Admissions Office, lists of names, UCCA numbers and subjects
Paper file
UND/F7/C6/AE38   March 1972 - July 1980
Master's file, correspondence with and circulars copied from the master, and also as acting master, including college regulations and JCR status, responsibilities and constitution (1972), a service paper for Whitworth's memeorial service (1979) and plans for the redevelopment of the Rectory (1980).
Paper file
UND/F7/C6/AE39   July 1980 - June 1986
Vice-Master (Sam Stoker) correspondence with and on behalf of (during sabbatical) the master, including concerning the issue of the admission of women students.
Paper file
UND/F7/C6/AC12a   October 1977 - June 1980
Personal correspondence, including enquiries about possible jobs, career changes, student places, group visits etc.
Paper file
UND/F7/C6/AB16   October 1976 - August 1979
Students in residence, lists of, alphabetically and by room, with correspondence.
Paper file
UND/F7/C6/   2014 - 2015
Sam Stoker (1936-2014):
Cremation service paper, Durham Crematorium, 8 August 2014
Messages of condolences from the Hatfield community
Memorial service, Hatfield College, 10 January 2015
Paper file
Library
Reference: UND/F7/C7
UND/F7/C7/1   April 1960 - January 1962
Librarian's correspondence file, including orders for books and reports on library activity for the Hatfield Record.
Paper file
Senior Tutor
Reference: UND/F7/C8
UND/F7/C8/1   January 1957 - February 1960
University Appointments Board, correspondence re appointments, courses, reports.
Paper file
UND/F7/C8/2   January 1963 - October 1966
University Appointments Board, correspondence re appointments, courses, reports.
Paper file
UND/F7/C8/3   December 1953 - April 1959
Tutors, correspondence with and reports on students.
Paper file
Closed until 2040 under DPA
UND/F7/C8/4   January 1964 - October 1966
Tutors, correspondence with and reports on students.
Paper file
Closed until 2047 under DPA
UND/F7/C8/5   February 2006
A College Tutors' Good Practice Handbook, 1st edition
Paper booklet, 36p
UND/F7/C8/6   February 2019
All One Hatfield, the Story of Hatfield's First Women [undergraduates], An exhibition curated by Hatfielders, poster and card.
Paper file
Gate/Porters
Reference: UND/F7/C9
UND/F7/C9/1-5   1946 - 1955
Gate books, signed by individuals with the date and time of their going out of the college.
1. October 1946 - February 1952
2. February - December 1952
3. January - October 1953
4. October 1953 - November 1954
5. November 1954 - June 1955
5 paper books
UND/F7/C9/6   January 1947 - July 1990
Visitors' Book, detailing the date of arrival, name, address and date of departure, used consistently to July 1962, and July - September 1969, otherwise intermittently.
Paper book, printed for Hatfield by Durham County Press
Archivist
Reference: UND/F7/C10
UND/F7/C10/1   1994 - 2003
Enquiries to the archivist, mostly for information about former members of the college from their relatives/descendents.
Paper file
UND/F7/C10/2   1987 - 1988
Correspondence with places called 'Hatfield' in USA.
Paper file
Academic
Reference: UND/F7/D
UND/F7/D1A   1949 - 1989
Student files, in alphabetical order.
38 bankers' boxes, 19m
Closed until 2070
UND/F7/D1B   1990 - 2000
Student files, in alphabetical order.
25 banker's boxes, 13m
Closed until 2081
UND/F7/D2   
Admission Registers

UND/F7/D3   1993 - 2021
Hatfield lecture posters:
1993 The Hatfield tutors' lecture series
The Hatfield lecture
2017 Christopher Prince
2019 Rachel Skinner
2021 Nick Keller
Paper file
UND/F7/D4   [October 1956]
Durham Colleges Hatfield student registration forms (faculties of Arts and Science) detailing names, place and date of birth, nationality, addresses, matriculation date, Ministry of Labour Office, schools, GCEs, course, scholarship details, parents name, profession, address, signed by the college, student and head of department; in alphabetical order.
Paper file
UND/F7/D5   [c.1995]
Roll of service 1939-1945 detailing name, home town and service, with some annotations
Paper file, staine dby mould
UND/F7/D6   September 1995
Student year lists, detailing names, course, tutor and room number.
Paper file
Clubs, Sports and Associations
Reference: UND/F7/E
Junior Common Room
Reference: UND/F7/E1 Though a list [of 1947] in A3 records that minutes for 1846-1885 were then missing, the first meeting recorded in A1 in October 1885 recorded “that a Minute Book be provided for Common-Room Meetings” indicating rather that there may well have been no minute books extant before 1885.

UND/F7/E1/A1   October 1885 - December 1891
JCR minute book
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/A2   January 1892 - October 1899
JCR minute book, with occasional correspondence inserted, and a list of JCR minute books [1947] noting that those for 1846-1885 and 1925-1928 were then missing
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/A3   November 1899 - June 1906
JCR minute book, with some correspondence inserted
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/A4   October 1906 - February 1912
JCR minute book, with some correspondence stuck in
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/A5   March 1912 - January 1916
JCR minute book
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/A6   February 1916 - June 1925
JCR minute book
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/A7   October 1925 - January 1929
JCR minute book, with reversed some minutes of occasional special meetings of seniors and one of a general sports' meeting
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/A8   January 1929 - January 1933
JCR minute book
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/A9   February 1933 - November 1948
JCR minute book, with occasional papers inserted, including a constitution at the front
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/A10   November 1948 - October 1957
JCR minute book, with occasional papers inserted, indexed at the front
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/A11   November 1957 - January 1963
JCR minute book, with a constitution, annotated, inserted
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/A12   January 1963 - February 1968
JCR minute book, with occasional papers and correspondence inserted
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/A13   June 1968 - October 1974
JCR minute book, with some agendas and papers inserted
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/A14   December 1974 - October 1977
JCR minute book, with some minutes of other committees (bar management), correspondence, reports and some 1961 alcohol bills inserted
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/A15   November 1977 - June 1982
JCR minute book, with papers and correspondence sellotaped, stuck in or inserted
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/A16   October 1982 - January 1986
JCR minute book, with agendas, lists of officers, and papers, including on going mixed, and a newspaper cutting on an invasion by female students, stuck in or inserted
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/A17   May 1993 - January 1997
JCR minute book, with agendas and draft minutes stuck in or inserted
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/A18   October 1999 - [June 2000]
JCR draft minute book
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/AA1   October 1899 - January 1912
[Hatfield Hall] Finance Committee minute book, concerning the finances and accounts of the various college clubs and societies.
At the front are standing orders as approved March 1899.
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/AA2   March 1912 - May 1921
Hatfield Hall Finance Committee minute book, with printed rules and regulations at the front, and incomplete lists of the officers and meetings.
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/AA3   January 1939 - April 1952
Hatfield College Finance Committee minute book.
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/AA4   October 1952 - March 1959
Hatfield College Finance Committee minute book.
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/AA5   May 1959 - April 1966
Hatfield College Clubs Finance Committee minute book, with a printed list of regulations at the front.
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/AA6   2 May 1966 - 22 June 1972
JCR Finance Committee minute book with, inserted:
Regulations for the committee, March 1968.
Regulations for the Clubs Finance Committee, 3 February 1948.
Statements of existing equipment for the various sports clubs, June 1972.
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/AB1   March 1906 - June 1911
Hatfield Hall complaints and suggestions book, most dated and signed.
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/AB2   February 1953 - June 1954
JCR suggestions book, with some responses; largely blank.
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/AB3   1964 - June 1965
JCR suggestions book, with responses from the master; largely blank.
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/B1   October 1887 - June 1915
Hatfield Hall Amalgamated Clubs account book; reversed are figures for the annual account with the bursar.
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/B2   January 1966 - January 1977
JCR president's levy account book, [treasurer's copy].
Paper book, in half leather maroon hard covers
UND/F7/E1/B3   August 1970 - June 1977
JCR president's levy account book, president's copy
Paper book, in half leather maroon hard covers
UND/F7/E1/B4   October 1947 - January 1969
JCR [Finance Committee] account book, [president's copy], with at the back some Hatfield Day and JCR Dance accounts 1949-1954.
Paper book, in half leather maroon hard covers
UND/F7/E1/B5   March 1969 - January 1977
JCR Finance Committee account book, [president's copy], with bank credit notes inserted.
Paper book, in half leather maroon hard covers
UND/F7/E1/B6   August 1970 - June 1977
JCR Finance Committee account book, treasurer's copy
Paper book, in half leather maroon hard covers
UND/F7/E1/B7   August 1970 - September 1973
Bar account book, [president's copy].
Paper book, in half leather maroon hard covers
UND/F7/E1/B8   September 1971 - October 1972
Bar account book, treasurer's copy.
Paper book, in half leather maroon hard covers
UND/F7/E1/C1   [c.1975] - 1983
Subscription book recording termly amounts paid by [?JCR members], from 1977 a sconces book recording the sconce and the amount.
Paper book
UND/F7/E1/C2   18 March 1926
Letter to the JCR secretary from J.L. Burchall, Council secretary, re [the JCR's objections to] proposed changes to the administration of Hatfield and University Colleges.
Paper, 2f
UND/F7/E1/C3   February 1968
Correspondence with the BBC, including a reply from the chairman Lord Hill of Luton, about broadcasting the Hatfield Song on Radio 2 without mentioning its college association.
Paper file
UND/F7/E1/C4   2015 - 2017
Sheets of JCR photos:
Executive Committee (names and posts), 2015/6, 2016/7, 2017/8
Freshers' Reps (names), 2015/6, 2017/8
Paper file
UND/F7/E1/D1   14 May 1949 - 16 May 1970
Hatfield Day invites/programmes:
14 May 1949, 14 May 1951, 14 May 1955, 18 May 1957, 16 May 1970 (programme, including the Timothy Firebrace Handicap Steeplechase and a covering letter).
UND/F7/E1/D2   1949 - 2016
Other invites/tickets:
Dance, 9 November 1949, 13 November 1953, 12 November 1954.
Senior Man's Champagne Reception, 12 March 1993
Charity Fashion Show 7 March 2010
Charity Fashion Show 2012
Charity Fashion Show 21/22 November 2016
Card file
UND/F7/E1/D3   [2008] - [June] 2012
Open Day guides
Hatfield College Open Day Rep's Guide to Survival [2008/09]
Hatfield College Open Day 2011 information booklet, compiled by the senior open day reps, Rik Coldwell and Becky Palmer.
Hatfield College Open Day 2012 information booklet, compiled by the senior open day reps, Luke Olpin and Matty O'Kelly
3 paper booklets
UND/F7/E1/D4   1994/95 - 2007/08
Hatfield College Album (1994/95; first production), thence Hatfield Yearbook, with clubs and society reports, photographs of students, mostly at parties, a photo of the JCR Exec, and profiles with photos of graduates, for: 1994/95, 1995/96, 1996/97, 1997/98, 1998/99, 1999/00, 2000/01, 2001/02, 2002/03, 2003/04, 2004/05, 2005/06, 2006/07, 2007/08.
14 printed paper booklets
Formerly: Per Local HAT
UND/F7/E1/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.
4 printed paper booklets
UND/F7/E1/D6   [c.1972] - 2016
Ball programmes:
The Lion in Winter [c.1972]
A Cut Above the Rest, 14 March [c.1980]
Back in the U.S.S.R., 27 November 1981 (with a group photo, identified)
The Blitz Ball, 3 December 1987
Lion in Winter Ball 1997
Lion in Winter Ball Friday 2 March [c.2010]
The Lion in Summer Ball 2 July 2016
Card file
UND/F7/E1/D7   February 2003 - Summer 2010
The Hatfielder, student magazine, produced weekly initially, then termly, with news, gossip, articles and some images.
9 booklets
UND/F7/E1/D8   2002 - 2012
Livers' Out Guide, from 2008 JCR Livers' Out Guide (when a separate postgraduate guide was produced), for 2002/03, 2004/05, 2005/06, 2006/07, 2007/08, 2008/09, 2009/10, 2010/11, 2011/12, 2012/13.
11 booklets
UND/F7/E1/D9   1993 - 2020
Information for Freshers, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996
Freshers' Handbook Rough Guide to Hatfield College, 1997/98, 1998/99, 1999/00, 2000/01, 2001/02, 2002/03, 2003/04, 2004/05, 2005/06, 2006/07, 2007/08, 2008/09, 2009/10, 2010/11, 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16
The Rough Guide, 2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/20
The JCR Guide, 2020/21
27 printed booklets
UND/F7/E1/D10   [1987]
Hatfield College, Durham Alternative Prospectus, editors Edmund Brandt and Brian Holmes
Printed paper booklet
UND/F7/E1/D11   2011 - 2019
Hatfield Freshers' Week Guide 2011, 2012, 2013
Hatfield FREP Guide 2014, 2019
FREP Booklet 2015
Hatfield Induction Week Guide 2017, 2019
8 paper booklets
UND/F7/E1/D12   [2017], [2020]
Other guides:
Hatfield Welfare [2017]
Self-Isolation Welcome Pack [2020]
Paper file
UND/F7/E1/D13   [October 2017]
College lanyard with a plastic card of phone numbers and helpful advice.
UND/F7/E1/D14   2018
Hatfield DUCK Naked Calendar
Printed spiral bound calendar
UND/F7/E1/D15   [2019], 2020
Guides for international students:
International Orientation [2019]
International Handbook 2020
2 printed colour illustrated booklets
Middle Common Room
Reference: UND/F7/E2 Presidents:
1985-86 Kimmet Edgar
1986-87 Michael Handsford
1987-88 Steven Boyes
1988-89 Guy Wingate
1989-90 Karen Cowart
1990-91 Neil Lyon
1991-92 Toby Moore
1992-93 Chris Friend
1993-94
1994-95 Tim Thompson
1995-96 Mike Jeschke
1996-97 Hollie Marsden
1997-98 Richard Johnson
1998-99 Joseph Holden
1999-00 Alex Dudas
2000-01 Lizzie Amies
2001-02 Archie Wright
2002-03 Andy Smith
2003-04 Tony Booth
2004-05 Eddie Simpson
2005-06 Nicola Candlish
2006-07 Craig Montgomery
2007-08 Lara Bogart
2008-09 Hamish Leese
2009-10 Andrew Burn
2019-20 Henry Hoyle
2020-21 Amila Wijesinghe

UND/F7/E2/C1   March 1985 - August 1988
MCR president's file, including minutes of the MCR inaugural AGM 13 March 1985, other MCR meeting minutes, newsletters, lists of postgraduates, correspondence with the master, accounts, circulars about socials, rooms, finance etc.
Paper file
UND/F7/E2/C2   September 1988 - August 1989
MCR president's file, including minutes of MCR meeting, accounts, lists of postgraduate students, a prospectus, correspondence, newsletters, and circulars.
Paper file
UND/F7/E2/C3   September 1989 - October 1992
MCR president's file, including minutes of MCR meeting, including of the executive, newsletters, a constitution, information for new students, correspondence and sample MCR headed notepaper.
Paper file
UND/F7/E2/D1   2016
The Birley Lectures posters:
Richard Hingley, Hadrian's Wall, 8 November 2016
Paper file
UND/F7/E2/D2   2000/01 - 2018/19
MCR Handbook for 2000/01, 2001/02, 2002/03, 2003/04, 2004/05, 2005/06, 2006/07, 2007/08, 2008/09, 2009/10, 2018/19.
11 printed booklets
UND/F7/E2/D3   2008/09 - 2009/10
Livers Out Guide for Postgraduates for 2008/09; MCR Livers' Out Guide for 2009/10
2 printed booklets
UND/F7/E2/D4   [October] 2010 & 2020
MCR Freshers' Week 2010
Postgraduates Compulsory Induction Events 2019-20
Paper leaflet
UND/F7/E2/D5   2014 - 2020
MCR Induction for 2014, 2016, 2018/19
Postgraduates Welcome Guide 2019/20, 2020/21
5 printed booklets
Senior Common Room
Reference: UND/F7/E3
UND/F7/E3/A1   October 1961 - October 1979
SCR meetings, minutes, agendas and some correspondence; master's file.
Paper file
UND/F7/E3/A2   October 1963 - May 1972
SCR minute book.
Paper book
UND/F7/E3/A3   12 October 1995 - 7 May 1999
SCR minutes, incomplete sequence.
UND/F7/E3/C1   October 1949 - November 2004
SCR Visitors Book, detailing academic visitors 1949-1950 and 1955, then from 1970 recording those attending dinners, reunions, guest nights, the Octagon Club etc.
Paper book, hard bound, with some pages torn and others partially torn out with text lost
UND/F7/E3/C2   October 1971 - May 1975
Lists of SCR members, correspondence about bills, battels, details of events/dinners/dances and wine.
Paper file
UND/F7/E3/C3   June 1980 - April 1985
SCR correspondence file of the bursar about the running of the SCR, with some notices and minutes of some SCR meetings.
Paper file
UND/F7/E3/C4   November 1992
SCR constitution by John Coulthard.
3.5" floppy disk (1984 Verbatim Datalife)
UND/F7/E3/D1   14 May 1951
Hatfield Day invite.
UND/F7/E3/D2   2002/03, 2005/06 & 2006/07
SCR term annual calendars
3 items, card, 3-fold
UND/F7/E3/D3   2002 - 2003
SCR newsletters for 2001/2, 2002/3
Paper file
Hatfield Association
Reference: UND/F7/E4 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 were eligibile for membership, and the aims included 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 educational interests 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 and 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/E4/A1   1983 - 1987
Hatfield Association AGM minutes.
Paper file
UND/F7/E4/C1   March 1951 - May 1952
Notices of meetings and dinners.
UND/F7/E4/C2   1962 - 1979
Correspondence digest (news from alumni March 1976); reunion programmes, notices, lists of attendees for 1962, 1971, 1979; list of paid up members 1966/67-1968/69.
Paper file
UND/F7/E4/C3   May - June 1953
Circular of May 1953 from Kingsley Dunham asking for contributions to a memorial to Canon Edward George Pace, chaplain and vice-master of Hatfield, with responses.
Paper file
UND/F7/E4/C4   [1954] - 1988
Drafts for sections of The Hatfield Record, vol.2 No.2. [1954] and 1986-1988.
Paper file
UND/F7/E4/C5   1953 - 1954
Correspondence re subscriptions to the Association.
Paper file
UND/F7/E4/C6   August 1982 - March 1988
Hatfield Record, correspondence about, contributions to and estimates for its production.
Paper file
UND/F7/E4/C7-8   1993 - 1997
Hatfield Association North West files.
2 x 3½" floppy disks
UND/F7/E4/C9   19 October 2012
Hatfield Association North West dinner photos, [in Manchester].
CD with 30 photo JPGs
UND/F7/E4/C10   1980 - 2000
Hatfield Record, draft articles and correspondence including memories of their time at Hatfield from alumni.
Paper file
UND/F7/E4/C11   1995 - 1996
Association dinner in the Peers' Dining Room at the House of Lords 10 November 1995, courtesy of Lady Diana Eccles, correspondence, menu, invites, table plans, lists of attendees, bills.
Paper file
UND/F7/E4/C12   2003 - 2019
Images of alumni:
2003 Northern Echo newspaper cutting of a 1953 class reunion group
[c.2005] colour print of a ?50th reunion group
30 April 2019 colour printout of a 1959 class at the South Northumberland Cricket Club: Jim Miller, Roger Furness, Ellis, Tony Maxwell, Ron Bower, Andy Blowers.
Paper file
UND/F7/E4/C13   8 September 2007
Marquee seating arrangements: names and tables.
Paper file
UND/F7/E4/C14   1976 - 1992
Association North East Regional dinners, lists of attendees, seating plans, some bills, circulars, menus, and a grace, for 1976, 1984, 1987, 1988, 1991, 1992.
Paper file
UND/F7/E4/C15   1987 - 1993
Association London group, correspondence, lists of members, dinners.
Paper file
UND/F7/E4/D1   1947 - 2020
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, with 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
1999-2020
3 bound volumes and 33 printed illustrated paper booklets
UND/F7/E4/D2   1993 & 1995
Hatfield Association North West dinner menus:
Annual dinner 1991, 1991 (North East Association), 1993 (signed), 1994, college 150th anniversary 17 November 1995, 2007.
2 cards
UND/F7/E4/D3   2007
Hatfield Days 50 Years of the Hatfield Spirit, including films of Hatfield Days from the 1950s shot by students which Prof W.B. Fisher organised, with a contribution from the undergraduates of 2007, all edited and commentated upon by Dr Mike Nicholls, JCR president 1956/57.
DVD in a plastic case
UND/F7/E4/D4   April 1971 - 2017
Reunion programmes, timetables, menus (some signed, annotated (notes for speeches)), papers etc for 1971, 1980, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1994, 1997, 1998, 1999, ?2000, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2013, 2014, 2017.
Paper file
UND/F7/E4/D5   [April 2018] - May 2019
Hatfield Association Newsletter, Issues 1-4
Paper file
UND/F7/E4/D6   2007
Senior Men Reunion, correspondence, lists of names and addresses, presentation and group photo.
Paper file
UND/F7/E4/D7   1997
Musicians Reunion weekend, correspondence (scheduled for March 1998 but cancelled due to lack of interest)
Paper file
UND/F7/E4/D8   1994
London Area dinner 17 December 1994 in the New Cavendish Club, 44 Great Cumberland Place, London, menus (signed), with photographs of the evening
Card file with colour prints
Choral Society
Reference: UND/F7/E5
UND/F7/E5/D1   9 March 1951
Concert invite.
Musical/Music Society
Reference: UND/F7/E6
UND/F7/E6/D1   6 March 1952
Concert invite.
UND/F7/E6/D2   1904 - 2021
Concert printed ephemera:
Songs, quartets, and piano solos programme, officers and members detailed, 15 February 1904
Fauré's Requiem & Handel anthems programme, Durham School Chapel, 26 February 1975.
Britten St Nicholas & Handel anthems programme, Durham School Chapel, 25 February 1976.
Mozart Requiem & Handel Organ Concerto programme, Durham School Chapel, 9 March 1977.
Summer concert programme, 16 June 1989
Handel, Messiah from scratch programme, 6 December 1992, with Barry Woodward artwork drawings of musicians
Mozart Horn Concerto No.3 and Requiem programme, Dining Hall, 9 June [1996], with ticket.
Music Durham Lunchtime Concert programme, 13 March [2019].
Epiphany Concert, 20 March 2019.
Summer Concert, 19 June 2019.
Freshers concert flyer, 6 November 2019.
Christmas concert flyer, 11 December 2019, 8 December 2021.
Paper file
UND/F7/E6/D3   2019
Hatfield, Chads, Cuths Combined Orchestra promotional flyer [Michaelmas] 2019
Paper, 1f
Literary and Debating Society
Reference: UND/F7/E7
UND/F7/E7/A1   January 1897 - November 1905
Debating Society minute book, recording debates and elections
Paper book
UND/F7/E7/A2   February 1906 - March 1920
Debating Society minute book, recording debates and elections, with printed Finance Committee rules and regulations of Easter term 1910 stuck in the front
Paper book
UND/F7/E7/A3   October 1920 - February 1925
Debating Society minute book, recording debates and elections, with printed term cards/programmes and newspaper cuttings reporting debates inserted
Paper book
UND/F7/E7/A4   November 1925 - February 1930
Debating Society minute book, recording debates and elections, with a printed term card for Epiphany 1926 inserted
Paper book
UND/F7/E7/D1   2 March 1949, 13 March 1957 & undated [c.1950s]
Visitors' night debate invites, some with notes for speeches.
UND/F7/E7/D2   Michaelmas 1905
Debating Society term card listing debates and officers.
Card, 1f
UND/F7/E7/D3   30 January 1948
Posters for debates
Paper file
Hatfield Lion Theatre Company
Reference: UND/F7/E8 Formed c.1994 with initial productions of Alan Bennett's Habeas Corpus and a Christmas pantomime.

UND/F7/E8/D1/1990s   1996
Production ephemera
Miss Julie by August Strindberg, 25-27 January 1996, programme.
Lettice & Lovage by Peter Shaffer, 7-9 November 1996, programme.
Paper file
UND/F7/E8/D1/2000s   2002 - 2009
Production ephemera
The Importance of Being Earnest, by Oscar Wilde, 31 January - 2 February [2002], programme.
Daisy Pulls It Off, by Denise Deegan, 12-14 February 2004, draft programme.
Chatroom, by Edna Walsh, 12/13 December 2009, poster.
Paper file
UND/F7/E8/D1/2010s   2014 - 2019
Production ephemera
Posh, by Laura Wade, 10-12 November 2014, calling card & review.
The Government Inspector, by Nikolai Gogol, 29-31 January 2015, poster.
The Children's Hour, by Lillian Helman, 18-19 June 2015, review.
Travesties by Tom Stoppard, 5-7 November 2015, programme, poster and review.
Blue/Orange by Joe Penhall, 9-12 March 2016, programme and reviews
The River by Jez Butterworth, 16-18 March 2016, programme, poster and reviews
East by Steven Berkoff, 20-22 October 2016, programme, preview and reviews
Madame's Late Mother by Georges Feydeau, 19-20 November 2016, reviews
Penelope by Enda Walsh, 2-3 December 2016, programme and reviews
The Goat or Who is Sylvia? by Corinna Harrison, 20-21 January 2017, programme and reviews
Constellations by Nick Payne, 2-4 February 2017, programme, poster and reviews.
Joseph K, by Tom Basden, programme and reviews.
Grounded, by George Brant, 23-25 November 2017, review.
Moscos, by Jasmine Price, 7-9 December 2017, programme & reviews.
Boys, by Ella Hickson, 11-15 December 2017, programme & review (also on tour Spetmber 2018 in Birmingham, Oundle, Bedford, London).
Black Comedy, by Peter Shaffer, 18-19 February 2018, programme & reviews.
Something Dark, by Lemn Sissay, DSU Kingsgate, 5-6 December 2018, programme & reviews.
Skylight, by David Hare, Cafédral, 15-17 February 2019, programme & reviews; Edinburgh Fringe 19-24 August 2019, flyer
Mojo, by Jez Butterworth, Wiff Waff bar, 11-13 June 2019, programme & reviews.
Tuesday, by Andrew Cowburn, Pemberton Rooms, 18 June 2019, reviews.
If We Got Some Cocaine I Could Show You How I Love You by John O'Donovan, Arlington House, 31 October - 1 November 2019, programme & reviews
Paper file
UND/F7/E8/D1/2020s   2020
Mercury Fur, by Philip Ridley, Assembly Rooms, 12-13 March 2020, poster, programme & reviews
Original Death Rabbit, by Rose Heiney, 13 November 2021, reviews & poster
Paper file
UND/F7/E8/D2   2017
Promotional flyers.
Paper file
Hatfield College Trust
Reference: UND/F7/E9 The Hatfield Trust was established in 1987 to build up an endowment fund, the interest form which could be spent to support the college. The Turst has supported prizes, awards, bursaries, care of records, archives and equipment, and college publications, and has encouraged students in their studies, sports and worthwhile initiatives

UND/F7/E9/A1   1988 - 2009
Progress Reports 1987-1988 and 1988-1989, Annual Report 2008-2009
Paper file
UND/F7/E9/A2   1988 - 2001
Hatfield College Trust inaugural meeting minutes, 23 May 1988, and subsequent meeting minutes, agendas, accounts and papers (with gaps).
Paper file
UND/F7/E9/A3   2001 - 2005
Hatfield College Trust meetings agendas, minutes and papers.
Paper file
UND/F7/E9/A4   2006 - 2010
Hatfield College Trust meetings agendas, minutes and papers.
Paper file
UND/F7/E9/A5   2011 - 2015
Hatfield College Trust meetings agendas, minutes and papers.
Paper file
UND/F7/E9/A6   2016 - 2019
Hatfeld College Trust meetings agendas, minutes and papers.
Paper file
UND/F7/E9/B1-3   1987 - 2001
Hatfield Trust day books with details of contributors and contributions.
1. 25 May 1987 - 26 August 1993.
2. 26 August 1993 - 1 January 1999.
3. 1 January 1999 - 28 August 2001, includes organ, 200 Club, research, and bar plaques.
3 paper books
Closed under DPA until 2082.
UND/F7/E9/C1   1996 - 2003
Parent membership of the Hatfield Trust, procedures and proformas, and correspondence especially re plaques on the bar ceiling.
Paper file
UND/F7/E9/C2   2008 - 2013
Trust fundraising initiatives, including brochures 2008/09, 2009/10, 2012/12, and annual report 2008/09.
Paper file
UND/F7/E9/C3   1987 - 1988, 22 May 2012
Trust fund deed, correspondence about, drafts and a 2012 copy unsigned.
Paper file
UND/F7/E9/C4   1996 - 2017
Letters to the Trust, including the appointment of Ian Curry as director 2008 and re donations for Justin Henry Browning deceased 2017.
Paper file
Closed as information provided in confidence until 2098.
UND/F7/E9/C5   2000 - 2001
Reception and Buffet Supper in the Cholmondeley Room, House of Lords, 23 March 2001 for London alumni, facilitated by Lady Diana Eccles, correspondence, menu, lists of those attending, bills.
Paper file
UND/F7/E9/C6   1997 - 1999
Charity Commission correspondence, including a revised scheme 15 October 1997.
Paper file
UND/F7/E9/C7   1996
Telephone fund-raising campaign, correspondence and lists of those contacted and donating.
Paper file
Closed until 2077 under GDPR as containing personal details.
UND/F7/E9/C8   2000 - 2002
Fund-raising, especially for the Chapel Organ Fund, including race nights, with a brochure for the Beverley Artistes Agency of South Shields.
Paper file
UND/F7/E9/C9   1989
Financial position of the trust and lists of donors, with offers of what donors could purchase such as naming a room, and a proforma for adding a codicil to a will in favour of the trust.
Paper file
UND/F7/E9/C10   1991 - 1993
Correspondence with grant awarding bodies.
Paper file
UND/F7/E9/C11   1997
Correspondence with students about possible grants.
Paper file
UND/F7/E9/C12   1987 - 1998
Correspondence with the Trust, often from the master, about trustees, income, expenditure etc.
Paper file
UND/F7/E9/D1   March 2001 & August 2002
Newsletter, Vol.1 Issue 1 March 2001 and August 2002 issue.
Paper leaflets
Formerly: Per Local HAT
UND/F7/E9/D2   [2002]
Hatfield Trail, with nine illustrated points
Paper leaflet, 2f
Former reference: PamL 378.4281 HAT
UND/F7/E9/D3   June 2001
This is Hatfield A Short History of Hatfield College, illustrated, updated; also a version for MCR members
2 paper leaflets, 2f
Former reference: PamL 378.4281 THI
UND/F7/E9/D4   1990
Dinner menu, at the college, listing toasts and with a seating plan, 9 March
Card, 2f
UND/F7/E9/D5   [2008] - [2019]
Brochures encouraging financial support from alumni including:
Hatfield Trust [2008] (bis)
Hatfield College Trust [2012]
Hatfield College Trust Lions' Den [202]
Supporting Hatfield College [2016]
The Hatfield College 1846 Campaign [2016]
1846 Club [2018]
The Lioness Fund [2019]
File of printed colour illustrated booklets
UND/F7/E9/D6   2004
Awards supported by the Trust:
Travel Bursaries 2004
Paper file
Chapel Choir
Reference: UND/F7/E10
UND/F7/E10/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/E10/D2   1974 & 2016
Concert programmes:
Haydn Nelson Mass & Handel Utrecht Jubilate, Durham School Chapel, 6 March 1974.
Music for Christmas, dining room, 4 December 2016.
2 leaflets
UND/F7/E10/D3   2017
Brochure for the chapel choir tour to Canada and USA 24 March - 4 April 2017, including various group photos of the choir.
Illustrated 3-fold colour printed leaflet
Hatfield College Boat Club
Reference: UND/F7/E11
UND/F7/E11/A1   April 1893 - February 1901
Boat Club committee minute book, with occasional bills and letters (from John Chisman 31 October 1900 about the state of Hatfield boathouse after the [Durham] regatta).
Paper book
UND/F7/E11/A2   October 1901 - January 1938
Boat Club committee minute book, with occasional bills (including for 4 new blades from Aylings 1936), correspondence (especially re the use of the boathouse by other clubs and the payment of the janitor) and a printed copy of DUBC rules of February 1929 and the printed Hatfield Finance Committee rules. With a copy of the club rules at the back.
Paper book
UND/F7/E11/A3   April 1938 - October 1952
Boat Club record and committee minute book, recording officers, crews, colours, races and meetings, with printed regulations of the Clubs Finance Committee at the front, and the rules of the club as passed in June 1921 written at the back.
Paper book
UND/F7/E11/A4   February 1953 - June 1960
Boat Club record and committee minute book, recording officers, crews, races and meetings, with inserted: newspaper cuttings; programmes for DUBC Graduates Cup etc 1955, 1956, 1957, 1960, DARC Wear Head of the River 1955, 1956, 1957, 1960, Durham Regatta 1955, 1956, 1957, 1960, York Spring Regatta 1957, Tyne ARC Regatta 1957, Chester-le-Street ARC Regatta 1957, York Festival Regatta 1957, DUBC Senate Cup etc 1958, 1959; occasional correspondence and notes.
Paper book
UND/F7/E11/A5   October 1960 - March 1975
Boat Club record and committee minute book, recording officers, crews, races and meetings, with inserted: occasional letters and notes; photograph of the Boat Club in blazers/jackets, with trophies [June 1961], (identified: R. Miller, K. Ratcliffe, D. Melville, P. West, R. Frater, T. Clay, W. Ward, B. Allwood, M. Ireland, D. Moulding, M. Tranah, J. Abrahams, I. Mansley, M. Errington, D. Crowther, E. Moulding, P. Finney, A. Byrne, I. Phillips, D. Cronin); photograph of a [Hatfield] eight rowing towards Elvet Bridge [1972]; programme for DUBC Graduates Regatta March [1972]; programme for DUBC Senate Regatta November 1972; photograph of a four at the pontoon with others on the pontoon [1972]; some newspaper cuttings; DUBC meeting agendas 1975.
Paper book
UND/F7/E11/A6   October 1975 - June 1976
Boat Club record and committee minute book, recording officers, crews, races and meetings, with inserted: programmes for DUBC Senate Regatta October 1976, Tyne ARC Rutherford Head Race November 1977, Northern Universities Regatta November 1977, DUBC Graduates Regatta February 1978; copies of North East Rowing News No.14 September 1977 and No.15 December 1977.
Paper book
UND/F7/E11/A7   June 1995 - February 2003
Boat Club executive meeting and AGM/EGM minutes.
Paper file
UND/F7/E11/B1   October 1878 - December 1893
Boat Club treasurer's account book, with officers named, and occasional bills inserted.
Paper book
UND/F7/E11/B2   Michaelmas 1878 - Michaelmas 1885
Boat Club members subscription book, recording names and amounts paid.
Paper book
UND/F7/E11/B3   Epiphany 1886 - Easter 1887
Boat Club members subscription book, recording names and amounts paid.
Paper book
UND/F7/E11/B4   5 December 1946
Bill of J. Brown, motor launch and pleasure boat proprietor of Elvet Bridge, Durham, for detailed repairs to a pair.
Paper, 1f
UND/F7/E11/B5   October 1968 - June 1988
Boat Club account book for No.1 Account
Paper book
UND/F7/E11/B6   November 1986 - May 1988
Boat Club Account Book for No.2 Account (JCR money)
Paper book
UND/F7/E11/B7   1988 - 1995
Boat Club treasurer's file including bank statements, receipts for boats, boat repairs and equipment, boathouse expenses, regattas, parties/dinners, clothing, travel etc, a brief/aide memorie for the treasurer, material from the Amatuer Rowing Association, a sponsorship booklet, Brown's Boat House Ltd re the order of a boat, rules of the River Wear, and ideas for next season and details of club positions and other rowing people in 1987/88.
Paper file
UND/F7/E11/B8   1995 - 1997
Boat Club treasurer's file including accounts, some college finance committee papers, bank statements and receipts.
Paper file
UND/F7/E11/B9   1997 - 1998
Boat Club treasurer's file including invoices, correspondence, a copy of a newsletter “The Lion on Water” ; some historic damp damage.
Paper file
UND/F7/E11/B10   1997 - 1999
Boat Club treasurer's file including accounts, some college finance committee papers, bank statements, receipts and papers re insurance and sponsorship.
Paper file
UND/F7/E11/B11   1999 - 2000
Boat Club treasurer's file including bank statements, invoices, sponsorship, insurance, regattas, and budgets.
Paper file
UND/F7/E11/B12   2000 - 2001
Boat Club treasurer's file including receipts, correspondence (including re details of Trevelyan College Boat Club's tenancy in the boat house), bank statements, and annual accounts.
Paper file
UND/F7/E11/B13   2001 - 2002
Boat Club treasurer's file including bank statements, invoices, sponsorship, insurance, regattas, and budgets.
Paper file
UND/F7/E11/B14   2002 - 2003
Boat Club treasurer's file including bank statements, invoices, sponsorship, insurance.
Paper file
UND/F7/E11/C1   1932 - 1934
File of E. Micklethwait as secretary/captain of the boat club, including correspondence about providing stake boats for Durham Regatta, boats being damaged, and some DUBC committees, with a programme for Durham regatta 20/21 June 1933, some rowing newspaper cuttings, an invite to the Bede College Debating Society 1934 and his keeping term certificates.
Paper file
UND/F7/E11/C2   1980 - 1983
[Thames] Head of the River Race results.
Paper file
UND/F7/E11/C3   1984 - 1985
Hatfield College Boat Club Centenary Year 1984/85 circular letter, detailing boats held and future needs, with correspondence with E. Micklethwait about the appeal.
Paper file
UND/F7/E11/C4   [2001/2]
Boat Club constitution.
Paper file
UND/F7/E11/C5   2002 - 2003
Boat Club secretary's file of Ellie Davies, including regatta posters and entries, “The Rough Guide to Rowing at Hatfield”, details of other college boat club officers, instructors and umpires courses.
Paper file
UND/F7/E11/C6   [c.1990]
“Rowing (Reunion)”“Mission Impossible” (unviewed)
VHS video 3 hour tape, in a card sleeve
UND/F7/E11/C7   3 March 1881
Agreement between Robert A. Burrell of Fairthorne, Botley, esq, and Edward Arkless and Thomas J. Holt, captain and secretary of Hatfield Hall Boat Club, for the use of a wall to support the roof of the boat house.
Paper, 2f
UND/F7/E11/D1   1995
“The Hatfield College versus University College Anniversary Boat Race Challenge” over five fours races,
Card and the formal challenge with the regulations, signed by the boat club captains and masters of both colleges.
Card, 1f & paper, 1f
Formal challenge given by Carwyn Cox August 2020, Acc No Misc.2020/21:20.
UND/F7/E11/D2   1997 & 2002
Hatfield Cup Regatta programmes
2 printed booklets
UND/F7/E11/E1   8 March 1933
Relics of Rachel, the college's Senate boat which foundered at Ash tree and sank at the start, one with the names of the crew.
3 wooden fragments of a rowing four, varnished and painted with text
Rostrum Debating Society
Reference: UND/F7/E12 The society was founded in Epiphany term 1882, and was for a specific group or clique rather than the whole college. It had a motto of nemo taceat and a membership restricted to 25, with the meeting quorum being the majority of members in residence. Each member wore a society blazer and tie, and the debates took place in the rooms of officers in turn.

UND/F7/E12/A1   February 1882 - March 1890
Rostrum Debating Society 'Transactions', comprising minutes of meetings with elections of members and records of debates, and lists of members.
Paper book
UND/F7/E12/A2   January 1897 - February 1904
Rostrum Debating Society [transactions], recording debates, elections and smoking concerts
Paper book
UND/F7/E12/A3   November 1904 - March 1908
Rostrum Debating Society transactions, recording debates, elections and smoking concerts
Paper book
UND/F7/E12/C1   Michaelmas 1893 - [c.1900]
Rostrum Debating Society address book, with names and addresses in alphabetical order, inscribed at the front c/o Michaelmas 1893 G.M. Wheeler, and noted To be corrected each year by Crockford & DUniv Calendar, with inserted: Cresswell's battel sheet for 3 May 1906.
Paper book
UND/F7/E12/C2   [c.1900]
Rostrum Debating Society, list of motions suitable for debates (126 topics listed)
Paper, 6f
Flamingo Club
Reference: UND/F7/E13
UND/F7/E13/D1   1956 & [?1957]
Two Flamingo Club membership cards, with the college arms, issued to K.E. Clark by the master of the rolls.
Paper file
Melville Society
Reference: UND/F7/E14
UND/F7/E14/D1   November 1955 - June 1957
Melville Society dinner invites and menus for 5 November 1955, 25 May [?], 17 November 1956, 22 June 1957.
Card file
Fives Club
Reference: UND/F7/E15
UND/F7/E15/A1   March 1921 - October 1930
Hatfield College Fives Club committee minute book, with details of officers and matches.
Reversed: rules of the club and for the Jevons Fives cups.
Paper book
Association Football Club
Reference: UND/F7/E16
UND/F7/E16/A1   November 1908 - [October] 1935
Hatfield Hall/College Association Football Club committee minute book, including names of officers, teams, awards of colours and some results.
Reversed: rules of the club.
Paper book
Cricket Club
Reference: UND/F7/E17
UND/F7/E17/A1   June 1920 - June 1927
Hatfield College Cricket Club committee minute book, including names of officers, teams, inventories of equipment, and details of matches. Reused (and reversed) for history lecture notes.
Paper book
Christian Union
Reference: UND/F7/F18
UND/F7/E18/D1   Michaelmas 1966
Christian Union term card
Card, 2f
Photographs
Reference: UND/F7/F
Full College groups
Reference: UND/F7/FA
Dates of creation: 1933 - 1962
UND/F7/FA1905   [June c.1905]
Hatfield college group
Senior and junior members, outside staircase A, in suits, many with wing collars, gowns, many with mortar boards, some plus fours, J.T. Fowler and Henry Ellershaw evident, by F.W. Morgan of Durham, unidentified, but M. Fitt and M. Robinson recorded on the dorse.
With a print from a digital copy.
BW print, mounted on board, damaged, + 1f
Size: 270 x 370mm (print), 450 x 520mm (mount)
Given by Brian Shillaker, 10 November 2015, Acc No Misc.2015/16:59.
UND/F7/FA1923   [June] 1923
Hatfield college group
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, outside the Rectory, with St Mary-le-Bow and the cathedral beyond, titled with the university and college arms, by John R. Edis, unidentified, but staff members (LtoR): Burchnall, Pace, Robinson, Herdener and Colgrave.
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 410 x 505mm
Staff members printed in A.R. Moyes, Hatfield 1846-1896 (Durham 1996), p.143.
UND/F7/FA1925   [June] 1925
Hatfield college group
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, outside, with staircase A behind, titled with the university and college arms, by John R. Edis, unidentified, but staff members (LtoR): Burchnall, Pace, Robinson, Herdener and Colgrave.
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 280 x 355mm
UND/F7/FA1927   [June] 1927
Hatfield college group
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, photograph taken outside, in the front of the building, with staircase A behind, titled with the university and college arms, by John R. Edis, unidentified, but staff members (LtoR): Colgrave, Pace, Robinson, Herdener and Burchnall.
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 280 x 355mm
UND/F7/FA1928   [June] 1928
Hatfield college group
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, outside, in the front of the building, with staircase A behind, titled with the university and college arms, by John R. Edis, unidentified, but staff members (LtoR): Colgrave, Pace, Robinson, Herdener and Burchnall.
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 280 x 355mm
UND/F7/FA1929   [June] 1929
Hatfield college group, senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members) mortar boards, outside staircase A, unidentified.
Copy BW print
Size: 175 x 215mm
Original: Edis H10.
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. With a sheet identifying: (back row) E.C. Parker, A.H. Thornton, A.R. Jones, C.D. Bateman Hughes, E. Micklethwait, E.F.N. Mansley, A.R. Leathley, ?, F. Rutherford, T.A.A. Morton, B.C. King, M.R. Phizacklea, (2nd row) A.H. Johnson, B.A. Atkinson, T. Jones, S.S. Collin, W.M. Agar, C. Mackinlay, W. Heaviside, R. Gascoigne, R.R. Wright, D.E. Redfearn, J. Harrod, S. Parkinson, F. Topping, J. Walton, (thrid row) ?, W.A. Clarke, W.C. Swinbank, C.C. Addison, F. Hutchinson, J.M. Crouch, G.W. Ireson, F.M. Leason, D.J. Martin, ?, A. Thompson, J. Harles, J. Milne, ?, (4th row) E.C. Ridley, G. Beckwith, N. Casson, N. Helsby, A.A. Macfarlane-Grieve, Dr E. Pace, Dr A. Robinson (master), Dr B. Colgrave (censor), R.P. Wright, K.A. Hodgson, W.R. Dewey, ?, A. Ratcliffe, Whitehead, T. Dunn, (front row), H. Dyer, ?, J.R. King, ?Hargreaves, D. Dickinson, J.V. Gane, H.L. Simpson, H. Casson.
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/FA1935a   [c.1935]
Hatfield college group
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and mortar boards, outside A staircase
Photocopied BW print
Size: 290 x 430mm
UND/F7/FA1935b   [c.1935]
Hatfield college group
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and mortar boards, outside A staircase
Photocopied BW print
Size: 290 x 430mm
UND/F7/FA1939   [June] 1939
Hatfield college group
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, outside, in the front of the building, with staircase A behind, titled with the university and college arms, by John R. Edis, unidentified, but with the following staff members: Pace, Robinson, Macfarlane-Grieve.
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 310 x 440mm
Photograph printed in A.R. Moyes, Hatfield 1846-1896 (Durham 1996), p.186.
UND/F7/FA1945   [June] 1945
Hatfield college group
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, outside, in the front of the building, with staircase B behind, titled with the university and college arms, by John R. Edis, unidentified, but with the following staff members: Pace, Macfarlane-Grieve, Sparks.
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 225 x 367mm
UND/F7/FA1946   [June] 1946
Hatfield college group
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, outside, in the front of the building, with staircase A behind, titled with the university and college arms, by John R. Edis, unidentified, but staff members (LtoR): Douglass, Holgate, Pace, Macfarlane-Grieve, Sparks, Taylor
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 310 x 440mm
Staff members and photograph of the group printed in A.R. Moyes, Hatfield 1846-1896 (Durham 1996), p.182, 186.
UND/F7/FA1948   [June] 1948
Hatfield college group
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, and gowns, outside, in the front of the building, with staircase A behind, titled with the university and college arms, unidentified
BW print, mounted on board, some mottling
Size: 295 x 400mm
Removed from display in the JCR bar, October 2014
UND/F7/FA1950   [June] 1950
Hatfield college group
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, outside, in the front of the building, with staircase D behind, titled with the university and college arms, by John R. Edis, unidentified, but with the following staff members: Eric Birley with a dog on his knees
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 310 x 480mm
UND/F7/FA1952   [June] 1952
Hatfield college group
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, outside, in the front of the building, titled with the university and college arms, by John R. Edis, unidentified, but with the following staff members: Eric Birley with a dog on his knees.
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 255 x 530mm
UND/F7/FA1954   [June] 1954
Hatfield college group
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, outside, in the front of the building, with the corner of the hall behind, titled with the university and college arms, by John R. Edis, unidentified, but with the following staff members: Birley, Sandys-Wood, Wallis, Crosby.
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 255 x 530mm
UND/F7/FA1956   [June] 1956
Hatfield college group
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, outside, in the front of the building, with the corner of the hall behind, titled with the university and college arms, by Daisy Edis, all identified, names on the back side of the photograph
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 255 x 530mm
UND/F7/FA1958   [June] 1958
Hatfield college group
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, outside, in the front of the building, titled with the university and college arms, by John R. Edis, all identified, names on the back side of the photograph, copy with price and notes
2 BW prints, mounted on board
Size: 255 x 530mm
Staff members printed in A.R. Moyes, Hatfield 1846-1896 (Durham 1996), p.254.
UND/F7/FA1960   [June] 1960
Hatfield college group
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, outside, on the tennis court, chapel and hall behind, titled with the university and college arms, by John R. Edis, unidentified, but with the following staff members: Whitworth, Fisher, Hudleston, Griffiths, Doig, Darlow. With a separate sheet identifying everyone.
BW print, mounted on board, + 1f
Size: 255 x 530mm
UND/F7/FA1962   1962
Hatfield college group
Senior and junior members, in suits, jackets, blazers, and gowns, on the tennis court, chapel and hall behind, by John R. Edis, titled with the university and college arms. With a numbered plan and a list of corresponding names.
Size: 500 x 250mm
Formerly: Misc Photos +PH 3/B/5.
UND/F7/FA1965   [June] 1965
Hatfield college group
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, on the tennis court, chapel and hall behind, titled with the university and college arms, by Fillighams Photography, unidentified, but with the following staff members: Whitworth, Hudleston, Griffiths.
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 315 x 415mm
Other College Non-Sporting Groups
Reference: UND/F7/FB
UND/F7/FB1909A   [June 1909]
Hatfield Hall Officers, Easter Term
Outside, on the terrace, in blazers (most Hatfield, but one HHBC and one DUA[FC]), unidentified
Copy BW print
Size: 170 x 215mm
Original: Edis Pi232.
UND/F7/FB1909B   [October] 1909
Hatfield Hall Officers, Michaelmas Term
Outside, on the Terrace, in blazers, titled with the [university] and college arms, by John R. Edis, identified: T.R. Musgrave (Sec Debating Soc), D.W. Darwall (Sec JCR), G.J. Lester (Sec Boat Club), A. Whitehead (Sec Fives Club), R.J.L.E. King (Capt Fives Club, Sec AFC), C.H. Hutchinson (Capt AFC), G.M. Forde (Capt Boat Club), W.A. Garland (Senior Man), H.Y. Necker (Pres Debating Soc), A.H.P. Squance (Capt RFC), J. Walling (Sec RFC), S.E. Oliver (Sec Choral Soc).
Copy BW print
Size: 185 x 195mm
UND/F7/FB1910A   [June] 1910
Hatfield Hall Officers, Easter Term
Outside, members in ties and blazers, one of the members in a blazer with HHBC arms, in 3 rows, titled with the university and college arms, by John R. Edis, identified: J. Scougal (sec. of Cricket Club), E.G. Rees (sec. of Common Room), D.W. Darwall (sec. of Tennis Club), W.H.E. Moore (sec. of Fives Club), C.A. Viner (sec. of Tennis Club), J.R.A. Godfrey (capt. of Cricket Club), J.E.S. Harrison (Senior Man, capt. of Boat Club), A. Whithead (capt. of Fives Club), ?S.E. Oliver (sec. of the Boat Club)
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 255 x 305mm
UND/F7/FB1910B   [c.1910]
[Hatfield Hall Officers], 11 present, indoors, in suits, by John R. Edis, [signed] by the individuals present: Sam, Fordee, Johnnie, Curly [A.H.P. Squance], Hutch, Neck [H.Y. Necker], Dog, Yes, ?ButBat, Wag, Cyder [?G.J. Lester].
Copy BW print
Size: 210 x 295mm
UND/F7/FB1972   1 May 1972
The Red Lyon Dinner
16 members in 2 rows, in black tie, one of the members in a kilt, holding glasses, in the SCR, titled with the college arms, all identified: J.G. Holland, P.B. Walker, J.L.J. Machin, B.J. Lawton, I.N.A. Pearson, D.J. Whitaker, S.J.B. White, M.E. Lavis, P.J. Warfield, M.J.V. Warrender, S.G.C. Stoker, T.A. Whitworth, A.R. Fenner, J.C. Young, P. MacLeod, C.G.A. Fletcher
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 315 x 470mm
Photograph printed in Hatfield 1846-1996. A History of Hatfield College in the University od Duham by Arthur R. Moyes (Durham 1996), p.281
UND/F7/FB1980   October 1980
Freshmen and College Officers
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, in the corner of the tennis court, dining room behind, titled with the university arms, unidentified, but with the following staff members: Sam Stoker and James Barber
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 205 x 315mm
UND/F7/FB1984   [October] 1984
Freshmen and College Officers 1984-1985
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, on the tennis court, with the chapel and dining room behind, by Fillinghams, titled with the college arms, unidentified, but with the following staff members: Sam Stoker, James Barber, Tom Curran
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 315 x 475mm
UND/F7/FB1988   [October] 1988
Hatfield College Freshers 1988-1989
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, on the tennis court, with the chapel and dining room behind, titled with the university arms, unidentified, but with the following staff members: Sam Stoker, James Barber, John King, Tom Curran, [JCR president holding a metal topped staff]
Colour print, mounted on board, water damaged
Size: 315 x 475mm
UND/F7/FB1990   [October] 1990
Freshmen and College Officers 1990/1991
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, on the tennis court, with the chapel and dining room behind, by Fillinghams, titled with the college arms, unidentified, but with the following staff members: Theodore Harman, John King, James Barber, Barrie Wetton, Tom Curran
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 315 x 475mm
UND/F7/FB1991   [October] 1991
Freshmen and College Officers 1991/1992
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, on the tennis court, with the chapel and dining room behind, by Fillinghams, titled with the college arms, unidentified, but with the following staff members: Theodore Harman, L. Williams, John King, James Barber, Barrie Wetton, Tom Curran, [JCR senior man holding a metal topped staff]
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 315 x 475mm
UND/F7/FB1992/1   [June] 1992
College Officers Hatfield College
Officers in suits and ties, one clergyman, sitting on the chairs in 1 row, inside, identified (LtoR): T. Curran, B. Wetton, J. Barber, J. King, T. Harman
Colour print, mounted on board, + a BW print
Size: 310 x 470mm
UND/F7/FB1992/2   [June] 1992
College Tutors Hatfield College
Officers and tutors in suits and ties, one clergyman, women in casual outfit, in 3 rows, inside, identified: D. Boardman, P. Millward, R. Dix, J. Curran, J.P.S. Badyal, J. Thompson, R. Smith, J. Lin, I. Ward, G. Mulvey, A. Selby, P. Wetton, M.R. Crampton, M. Hoghughi, L. Williams, T. Curran, B. Wetton, J. Barber, J. King, T. Harman, R. Metcalfe
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 310 x 470mm
Staff members printed in: A.R. Moyes, Hatfield 1846-1896, (Durham 1996), p.299, where the photo is dated 1990.
UND/F7/FB1993   [June] 1993
Hatfield college group
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, outside, on the tennis court, titled with the university and college arms, unidentified, but with the following staff members: B. Wetton, J. King, Y. Stowell.
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 310 x 465mm
UND/F7/FB1995   [October] 1995
Freshmen and College Officers 1995/1996
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, on the tennis court, with the chapel and dining room behind, titled with the college arms, unidentified, but with the following staff members: Theodore Harman, David Glover, Barrie Wetton, James Barber, John King, R. Metcalfe, [JCR senior man holding a metal topped staff]
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 315 x 475mm
UND/F7/FB1997   [October] 1997
Freshmen and College Officers 1997/1998
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, on the tennis court with the chapel and dining room behind, by Fillinghams, with the union jack flag behind, titled with the college arms, unidentified, but with the following staff members: Theodore Harman, David Glover, Tim Burt, John King, Barrie Wetton, R. Metcalfe, [JCR senior man holding a metal topped staff]
Colour print, mounted on board, damaged
Size: 315 x 475mm
UND/F7/FB1998   [October] 1998
Freshmen and College Officers 1998/1999
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, on the tennis court, with the chapel and dining room behind, with the union jack flag, titled with the college arms, unidentified, but with the following staff members: Theodore Harman, David Glover, Tim Burt, John King, R. Metcalfe, [JCR senior man holding a metal topped staff]
Colour print, BW print with some damp stains, mounted on board
Size: 315 x 475mm
UND/F7/FB2003   [October] 2003
Freshers 2003
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, on the tennis court, with the chapel and dining room behind, with the college flag, titled with the college arms, all identified
current location PF5/23
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 280 x 555mm
UND/F7/FB2005   [October] 2005
Freshers 2005
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, on the tennis court, with the chapel and dining room behind, with the college flag, titled with the college arms, all identified
current location PF5/23
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 280 x 555mm
UND/F7/FB2006   [October] 2006
Freshers 2006
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns, on the tennis court, with the chapel and dining room behind, with the college flag behind, titled with the college arms, all identified
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 270 x 555mm
UND/F7/FB2007   [October] 2007
Freshers 2007
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns, on the tennis court, with the chapel and dining room behind, with the college flag behind, titled with the college arms, all identified
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 300 x 455mm
UND/F7/FB2011   [October] 2011
Freshers 2011
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns, on the tennis court, with the chapel and dining room behind, with the college flag behind, titled with the college arms, all identified
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 300 x 455mm
UND/F7/FB2012   [October] 2012
Freshers 2012
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, on the tennis court, with the chapel and dining room behind, with the college flag and bunting behind, titled with the college arms, all identified
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 280 x 555mm
UND/F7/FB2013   [October] 2013
Freshers 2013
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, and gowns, on the tennis court, with the chapel and dining room behind, with the college flag and bunting behind, titled with the college arms, all identified
Colour print, mounted on board   305 x 455mm
UND/F7/FB2014   [October] 2014
Freshers 2014
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns, outside, titled with the college arms, all identified
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 300 x 455mm
UND/F7/FB2015   [October] 2015
Freshers 2015
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns, outside, titled with the college arms, all identified
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 300 x 455mm
UND/F7/FB2017   [October] 2017
Freshers 2017
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns, outside, titled with the college arms, all identified
Colour print, mounted on board   300 x 455mm
UND/F7/FB2018   [October] 2018
Freshers 2018
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns, outside, titled with the college arms, all identified
Colour print, mounted on board   300 x 455mm
Middle Common Room
Reference: UND/F7/FC
UND/F7/FC1990   [c.1990]
?Middle Common Room, 11 male students, most in jackets and ties and gowns, in Durham Cathedral cloister.
Colour print
Size: 125 x 190mm
UND/F7/FC2006   [October 2006]
Middle Common Room 2006-2007
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns, inside in the dining hall, titled with the college arms, all identified
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 295 x 390mm
UND/F7/FC2007   [October 2007]
Middle Common Room 2007-2008
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns, inside in the dining hall, titled with the college arms, all identified
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 295 x 390mm
UND/F7/FC2008   [October 2008]
Middle Common Room 2008-2009
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns, inside in the dining hall, titled with the college arms, all identified
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 295 x 395mm
UND/F7/FC2009   [October 2009]
Middle Common Room 2009/2010
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, inside in the dining hall, titled with the college arms, all identified
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 295 x 395mm
UND/F7/FC2010   [October 2010]
Middle Common Room 2010-2011
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, inside the dining hall, titled with the college arms, all identified
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 295 x 395mm
UND/F7/FC2011   [October] 2011
Middle Common Room 2011-2012
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, on the tennis court, with the college flag, titled with the college arms, all identified
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 295 x 395mm
UND/F7/FC2012   [October 2012]
Middle Common Room 2012-2013
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, on the tennis court with the church and corner of the Rectory behind, with the college flag, banners and bunting, titled with the college arms, all identified
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 295 x 395mm
UND/F7/FC2013   [October 2013]
Middle Common Room 2013-2014
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns and (senior members only) mortar boards, on the tennis court with the church and corner of the Rectory behind, with the college flag, banners and bunting, titled with the college arms, all identified
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 295 x 390mm
UND/F7/FC2014   [October 2014]
Middle Common Room 2014-2015
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns, on the tennis court with the chapel and dining hall behind, with the college flag and banners, titled with the college arms, all identified
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 295 x 390mm
UND/F7/FC2015   [October 2015]
Middle Common Room 2015-2016
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns, on the tennis court with the chapel and dining hall behind, with the college flag, banners and bunting, titled with the college arms, all identified
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 295 x 390mm
UND/F7/FC2017   [October 2017]
Middle Common Room 2017-2018
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns, on the tennis court with the chapel and dining hall behind, with the college flag and bunting, titled with the college arms, all identified
Colou rprint, mounted on board   295 x 390mm
UND/F7/FC2018   [October 2018]
Middle Common Room 2018-2019
Senior and junior members, in suits, ties, gowns, on the tennis court with the chapel and dining hall behind, with the college flag and bunting, titled with the college arms, all identified
Colour print, mounted on board   295 x 390mm
Boat Club
Reference: UND/F7/FD
UND/F7/FD1883   1883
Intercollegiate Races 1883, First Crew (IV)
5 members of the boat club with Gabbett Challenge Cup, in white shorts and shirts with stripes, cox in a blazer, scarf and cap, all identified: S.A. Baylee, W.C.F. Anderson, E.A. Thelwall, G.T. McGonigle, J.C. Garnett
BW print, indistinct, mounted on board, damaged
Size: 305 x 365mm
UND/F7/FD1884   1884
Intercollegiate Races 1884, Second Crew (IV)
5 members of the boat club, in white shorts, socks, boots and shirts with stripes, cox in a blazer with scarf and cap, inside, all identified: G. Graham, C.E. Ledger, H. Ellershaw, S.P. Gray, W. Jonson
BW print, indistinct, mounted on board, damaged
Size: 305 x 365mm
UND/F7/FD1900a   [c. 1900]
Hatfield Hall Boat Club four, HHBC arms on their blazers, with piping on blazers, and cups, the college, unidentified
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 370 x 260mm
UND/F7/FD1900b   [c. 1900]
Hatfield Hall Boat Club four at the river, one of the members is holding a blade, the cox holds a stern and ?medal, wearing shorts and sweaters, outside, on the stairs, near the ?boathouse, unidentified
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 370 x 260mm
UND/F7/FD1900c   [c. 1900]
Hatfield Hall Boat Club crew with The Graduates Challenge Cup and individual goblets, in ties and suits, taken on the stairs, near the ?boathouse, unidentified
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 370 x 260mm
UND/F7/FD1900d   [c.1900]
38 men in shorts and blazers with D.U.B.C. and Hatfield Hall arms, and in sweaters, with scarves and cravats, most wearing caps, in front of the ?Hatfield boathouse, unidentified
BW print, mounted on board, with the photograph of the football team on the back
Size: 265 x 345mm
on the back of UND/F7/FG1900
UND/F7/FD1910a   [c. 1910]
Coxed four on the river, in white shorts, with striped edges, at front stops, stream beyond, by Allen F. Handen, unidentified
BW print, mounted on board, torn board
Size: 340mm x 425 mm
UND/F7/FD1910b   [c. 1910]
?Rowing four in white trousers and striped blazers, with cox and coach, 4 men in striped blazers in ties and scarf, 2 clergymen with boaters, outside staircase A, by John R. Edis, unidentified
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 295 x 345mm
UND/F7/FD1945   [June] 1945
Hatfield College Pickard Cambridge Cup winners 1944 and Senate crew 1945, outside in the Castle Fellows garden, in various shirts, shorts, trousers, jerseys, including a dark one with crossed blades surrounded by 'HCBC', with crossed blades of a light colour with a dark cross patent on the spoon, titled with the university and college arms, by John R. Edis, identified: G.R. Bainbridge (stroke), J. Golden (3), F.H.H. Pratt (2), S.H. Matthews (bow), J.R. Oaks (cox, Pickard), M.G. Mason (cox, Senate).
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 145 x 205mm (print), 255 x 305mm (mount)
Given by S.H. Matthews' daughter August 2018, Acc No Misc.2018/19:6.
UND/F7/FD1947A   [1947]
Hatfield Boat Club, variously in shorts, shirts, jerseys, college blazers, scarves, jackets, caps, and a mortar board and a pair of gloves, outside the college boathouse, with the college arms on the door, and bucket, shovel and blade, and also ?the boatman behind, by The Northern Echo, identified: R. Asquith, John Stockill, B. Lupson, F.E. Bowen, J.R. Summerford, J.W. Moss, F.R. Charlesworth, P. Wheatley, T.H. Clemens, D.E.C. Morgan, T.W. Oakey, D.C. Brown, F.B. Wolfe (capt), H.J. Morris.
BW print
Size: 80 x 115mm
Printed in: A.R. Moyes, Be The Best You Can Be. A History of Sport in Hatfield College, Durham University (Durham 2007), p.55.
UND/F7/FD1947B   [?1947]
[Hatfield Boat Club], variously in white shirts, shorts, shoes, some blazers, scarves, ties, cravats, 2 in rowing white singlets with ?dark blue edging and large ?blue crosses on the left breast, outside staircase A, with a table of 3 trophies (Lowe Cup, Pickard Cambridge and Challenge Pairs) and mugs, identified: T.H. Clemens, J[ohn] Stockill, R. Lupson, J.W. Moss, R. Asquith, E.B. Wolfe, James Stockill, H.J. Morris, D.E.C. Morgan.
Printout digital copy of a BW print
Size: 195 x 260mm
UND/F7/FD1949   [1949]
Winners of Novices Race 1948, and Pickard Cambridge Cup 1949
Rowing four with cox and clergyman with The Pickard Cambridge Cup, crew in white shorts, shirts and sweaters, cox in a blazer with the college arms, titled with the college and university arms, outside the rectory, all identified: D.H. Hayes, Rev. J. Wallis, D.A. Helliwell, E.M. Wrightson, D.S. Blacow, J.S. Thomas
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 355 x 277mm
Photograph printed in: A.R. Moyes, Be The Best You Can Be. A History of Sport in Hatfield College, Durham University (Durham 2007), p.57, where the photo is titled "John Wallis's 1951 Crew".
UND/F7/FD1950   [1950]
Winners of Novices' Race, Pickard Cambridge Cup, Varsity Torpids
Rowing four with cox and coach, in 2 rows, with The Pickard Cambridge Cup and Novices' Race Cup, in shorts and shirts, with 10 tankards and 2 trophies, blazers with college and Hatfield College Boat Club arms, outside, titled with the college and university arms, all identified: F. Heseltine, W.R. Effer, A. England, P.G. Edwards, S.J. East, A.J. Wadsworth
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 330 x 253mm
UND/F7/FD1955A   [5 February 1955]
Photograph of rowing four in white shirts and shorts, pushed off from the bank river, with the cox in the boat, with the ?coach standing on stairs, all identified: John Bailey (bow), Janos Dobai, Dave Cloughton, Barry Laidler, Trevor Crisp (cox), G.R. Cullington (boatman)
BW print
Size: 210 x 296mm
Photograph printed in: A.R. Moyes, Hatfield 1846-1996. A History of Hatfield College in the University of Durham (Durham 1996), p.228, where the photo is titled "The Willatt launch".
UND/F7/FD1955B   [June] 1955
Hatfield [1st IV] in the Rectory garden, in college blazers, trousers and ties, with a table loaded with 4 trophies, tankards and cups, and the Wear Head of the River pennant, identified: J.B. Laidler stroke, J. Bailey 3, I. Nichol 2, R. Blake bow, W. Hellam cox, J.F. Willatt coach
Copy BW print
Size: 300 x 210mm
UND/F7/FD1955C   [c.1955]
[Hatfield Boat Club], in the hall, in jackets/blazers, trousers, ties, with 3 trophies (including the Senate Cup) and tankards, [Adrian Sandys-Wood] and 12 unidentified.
Printed BW print
Size: 105 x 145mm
UND/F7/FD1957   1957
Hatfield College Boat Club, in blazers, trousers and ties, outside, with a table with trophies (Challenge Pairs, John E. Gibbs Maiden Fours, Deuchar Cup Maiden Fours, Macfarlane-Grieve Trophy, Colleges' Head of Wear (Clinker Division), The Poole Cup, Hatfield - Castle VIII's Challenge Trophy, Colleges' Head of Wear (Fine Division)), titled with the college arms and motto, identified: G.R. Jibson, R.J. Footitt, C.D. Gibbons, D.W. Hudson, R. Johnson, J.M. Boult, A. McKeag, N. Hellawell, J. Richman, J.F. Yaxley, R.W. Busby, C. Ingleby, F.E. Hayward, J.F. Willatt esq, P.E. Finney, P.V. O'Connor, T.P. Morley, I.E. Mansley, H.G. Sands, J.H. Freer, R.I. Blake (Capt), M.G. Moore (Sec), B.W. Carss, R.K. Picksley, M.J. Selina, G.B. Hope, T.C. Heath, E.V. Payne.
Photocopy of a BW print
Size: 200 x 245mm
Printed in: A.R. Moyes, Hatfield 1846-1996. A History of Hatfield College in the University of Durham (Durham 1996), p.228.
UND/F7/FD1968   1968
Hatfield College Boat Club 1967/1968
Members of Boat Club in 3 rows, in ties and suits, some with college arms on the blazer and college ties, one clergyman, with two crossed college blades and a cup (unidentified), outside at the back of the college, titled with the college and university arms, by Fillinghams, all identified: M.G. Richardson, M. Smith, J. Hunter, P.M. Farrier, P.R. Clough, R.H.A. Knott, D.M. Cornwell, J.S. Moorby, J.C. Young, A.W. Bell, J.S. Wild, S.W. Hilling, N. van Zwanenberg, A.J. Westaway, A.H. Gray, M.C. Preston, Rev. P.G.C. Brett (coach), C.D. Ambler (secretary), D. Bowman (captain), D.B. Mounter esq. (coach), Dr. B.L. Hodge (coach), C.W. Johnston
BW print, mounted on board, + 1f
Size: 315 x 475mm
UND/F7/FD1973   [?1973]
[Hatfield Boat Club], in the hall, variously in shirts, trousers, sweat-shirts, jackets, blazers, some [boat club] ties, with 14 trophies, unidentified, 26 present.
BW print
Size: 205 x 225mm
UND/F7/FD1977   1977
Tideway Head of the River 1977, Hatfield College VIII [River Thames, London, The Head of the River Race]
Men's eight in short sleeves with white single stripe, with cox, on the river, by D.R. Wanstall, all identified: Paul Reed (bow), Peter Kempster, Nick Morriy, Adrian Sandys Wood, John Daniels, Bill Lonergan, Tim Williams (Captain), Rod McKimon (stroke), Richard King (cox)
BW print
Size: 166 x 216 mm
UND/F7/FD1989   1989
Hatfield College Boat Club, Tideway H.O.R.R. [River Thames, London, The Head of the River Race]
Men's eight with the cox in a life jacket and cap, on the river, titled with the college boat club arms, all identified: P. Bayne(bow), A.N.H. Warren, T.G. Gittos, A.R. Taylor, J.R.A. Bury, P.R. Anderson, A.M. Thorley, C.P. Madden (stroke), S. Ellis (cox)
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 226 x 379mm
UND/F7/FD1995   [July [c.1995]
Hatfield College Women's VIII racing at Henley, shortly after the start, with the other crew beyond them, and a launch also beyond.
Colour print, faded
Size: 210 x 295mm
UND/F7/FD1997   1997
Hatfield College Boat Club Katy Greaves Durham Race 1977
Rowing four in singlet vests, with cox in a life jacket and cap, on the river, by John Thompson J.E.T. Photographic, Cambridge, titled with the informal college boat club arms, all identified: S. Moore (bow), H. Reynolds, C. Padfield, K. Ellis (stroke), N. Fowkes (cox)
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 280 x 380mm
UND/F7/FD2013A-B   [June] 2013
[Hatfield College] Boat Club, in the garden, trees behind, most in rowing onepieces, some with big “H” tee-shirts, occasional waterproof tops, with crossed blades, titled with the college arms, identified: Harriet Sharp, Jane Robinson, Alexandra Ablett Craven, Emily Field-Lucas, Katie Woodward, James Abraham, James Hayes, Joseph Deering, Chaz Pitman, James Scott, Adam Smalley, Jonathan Mills, Joshua Inoue, Alex Dent, Ed Millar, Andrew Cater, Mike Newton, Chris Lowe, Momcilo Stanic, Nick Fleet, Ed Blancke, William Mills, Steven Wilson, Tim Coulson, Will Peek, Matthew Hooper, Claire Bessant, Catherine Gleave, Olivia Christian, Kate Taylor, Emma Antonio, Harriet Twohig-Howell, Olivia Flanagan, Caroline Bertrand, Victoria Goodwin, Natasha Hosford, Juliet Price, Tania Wimpenny, Charlotte Mander, Sienna Halliburton, Lydia Haslewood, Charlotte Dorrington, Nicole Frith, Sam James, Joshua Tipper, Flora Emeney, Michael Clowes, Charlotte Bransgrove, Zoë Carter, Edward Sainsbury, Georgie Lund, Rachael Boyce, Luke Olpin, Josh Kaye, Amy Henfrey. In formal and relaxed modes.
2 colour prints
Size: 205 x 305mm
UND/F7/FD2013C   [June] 2013
[Hatfield College] Boat Club, in the garden trees behind, most in rowing onepieces, some with big “H” tee-shirts, with crossed blades, titled with the college arms, identified: Amy Henfrey, Luke Olpin, Joseph Deering, Alex Dent, Nick Fleet, Ed Blancke, Mike Newton, Chaz Pitman, Will Peek, Andrew Cater, Tim Coulson, Joshua Inoue, Matthew Hooper, James Hayes, Ed Millar, Momcilo Stanic, James Abraham, Chris Lowe, Joshua Tipper, Sam James, Jonathan Mills, Michael Clowes, William Mills, Steven Wilson, Edward Sainsbury.
Colour print
Size: 205 x 305mm
UND/F7/FD2016   [June] 2016
[Hatfield College] Boat Club, in the garden, trees behind, most in dark blue, or dark blue with white side panels, badged rowing onepieces, with crossed blades, titled with the college arms, identified: Annie Estlin, Freya Tracey, Hannah Paremain, Gemma Perry, Mia van Diepen, Elizabeth Streafeild-James, Lydia Cronin, Jessica Smart, Mariya Yanishevskaya, Lydia Coldicott, Sophie Langham, Peter Dewhurst, Harry Bessey-Saldanha, Szymon Palucha, Joe Harris, John Dent, Josh O'Shaughnessy, Alex Dent, Joachim Sabbat, Ashley King, Charlotte Mander, Lisa Tibbs, Lola Fabian-Hurst, Imogen Barnard, Lucy Pullinger, Lauren Burian, Samantha Wilson, Nicole Frith, Beatrice Ormerod, Kathryn Rogers, Sylvia Edwards, Ryan Shields, Samantha Brooks, Emma Hibbett, Henry Hoyle, Duncan Middlemiss, Amber Waters, Amy McCarthy, Dan McManus, Adam Kirk, Sam Zijderveld, Ece Selin Timur.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FD2017   [June] 2017
[Hatfield College] Boat Club, in the garden, trees behind, most in dark blue, or dark blue with white side panels, badged rowing onepieces, with crossed blades, titled with the college arms, identified: Fiona Matthews, Freya Tracey, Max Rippon, Edward Hopewell, James Simpson, Annie Estlin, Alastair Breeze, Richard Sheng, Liz Orrin, Charlotte Lynch, Lars Bentsen, Benjamin Collins, Edward Hicks, Benjamin Stephenson, Michael Young, Lukas Wolff, Jan Scholtz, Rosie Glover, Francesca Howard, Antonia Rumpf, Calypso Philips, Samantha Brooks, Bea Loveridge, Lucy Pullinger, Amber Waters, Emma Hibbett, Emily West, Leonara Hobbs, Rebecca Morrish, Amy McCarthy, William Panton, Esmee Charley, Mia van Diepen, Christian Martin-Redman, Adam Kirk, Alicia Webster, Gemma Perry, Kathryn Rogers, Ryan Shields, Henry Hoyle.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FD2018   [June] 2018
[Hatfield College] Boat Club, in the garden, trees behind, most in dark blue, or dark blue with white side panels, badged rowing onepieces, with crossed blades, titled with the college arms, identified: Clara McNeill, Charlotte Lynch, Christina Cowart-Smith, Bea Loveridge, Annie Estlin, Freya Tracey, Lauren Newbould, Fiona Matthews, Topias Karlsson, Juliane Deil, Ashley Ameduri, Benjamin Malz, Ryan Shields, John Dent, Mia van Diepen, Archie Coomber, Jonny Messling, Hamish Tyler, Benjamin Smith, Christian Martin-Redman, Drew Mitchell, Alex Down, Jessica Muurman, Lucy Irving, Ciara McEvoy, Ashaleigh Hall, Imogen Sheppard, Francesca Howard, Esmée Charley, Rosie Glover, Emily West, Henry Biggs, Henry Hoyle, James Took, William Panton, Edward Hopewell, Will Monaghan, Adam Kirk, Alica Webster, Alex Kaminov, Gemma Perry, Charlie Hetherington, Kathryn Rogers, Calypso Phillips, Holly Muirhead, Ffion Morris, Amelia Evans, Ellie Gibbins, Elizabeth Head.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FD2018M   [June] 2018
[Hatfield College] Boat Club Men's Squad, in the garden, trees behind, most in dark blue, or dark blue with white side panels, badged rowing onepieces, with crossed blades, titled with the college arms, identified: Christian Martin-Redman, Archie Coomber, Hamish Tyler, Benjamin Smith, William Panton, James Took, Ashaleigh Hall, Kathryn Rogers, Ffion Morris, Benjamin Malz, Edward Hopewell, Alex Down, Topias Karlsson, Henry Biggs, Esmée Charley, Calypso Phillips, Jonny Messling, Adam Kirk, Ryan Shields, Henry Hoyle, Will Monaghan, Alex Kaminov, Charlie Hetherington, Drew Mitchell, John Dent.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FD2018W   [June] 2018
[Hatfield College] Boat Club Women's Squad, in the garden, trees behind, most in dark blue with white side panels, badged rowing onepieces, with crossed blades, titled with the college arms, identified: Charlotte Lynch, Amelia Evans, Holly Muirhead, Clara McNeill, Ellie Gibbins, Gemma Perry, Elizabeth Head, Fiona Matthews, Ffion Morris, Imogen Sheppard, Christina Cowart-Smith, Lucy Irving, Ashaleigh Hall, Emily West, Calypso Phillips, Francesca Howard, Rosie Glover, Lauren Newbould, Bea Loveridge, Freya Tracey, Alica Webster, Kathryn Rogers, Mia van Diepen, Annie Estlin, Esmée Charley.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FD2019M   [June] 2019
[Hatfield College] Boat Club Men's Squad, in the garden, trees behind, most in dark blue with white side panels badged rowing onepieces, with crossed blades, titled with the college arms, identified: Dennis de Waard, George Chilvers, Edoardo Russo, Alex Gankerseer, Benjamin Smith, Henry Hoyle, Charlie Gee, Matthias Schlesinger, Jacob Soupe, Nick Yiannoulis, Matthew Moran, Adam Carruthers, Maximilian Brucker, James Took, Topias Karlsson, Edward Hopewell, Adam Kirk, Olivia Emin, Andrew Birch, Eduardo Diaz, Holly Muirhead, Henry Biggs, Will Monaghan, Ffion Morris, Joe Norbury, Alex Kaminov, Charlies Hetherintgon.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
Rugby
Reference: UND/F7/FE
UND/F7/FE1946   1946
Hatfield rugby team, in shirts, shorts, socks, some with college blazers, identified: G.S. Chessbrough, J. Golden, P. Wheatley, P. Kenworthy, F. Charlesworth, A.K. Mearns, T.E. Brock, E.W. Webber (Sec), L. Brown (Capt), W. Hogg. B. Coates, L. Cross, E.S. Pyecroft
Copy BW print printout
Size: A4
Printed in: A.R. Moyes, Be The Best You Can Be. A History of Sport in Hatfield College, Durham University (Durham 2007), p.116
UND/F7/FE1955a   [1956]
Hatfield College, R.F.C. [Rugby Football Club] 1955-1956
Members of the team, in 3 rows, with a cup (unidentified), in shorts, shirts, boots and sucks, outside on the backside of the college, by T. Mason & Co. Photographers, titled with the university and college arms, all identified: J.D. Cornwall, D.V. Ing, D. Kidd, J. Poll, M.J. Nicholls, J.K. McPhee, F.D. Holman, R.H.D. Stoddart, J.C. Copley, W.J. Hudson, B.E. Roberts, D.A. Hargraves, H. James, R. Gittins, O.W. Heal, K. Foremann (Captain), G. Calvin, E.S. Holmes, B.M. Murray
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 253 x 305mm
UND/F7/FE1955b   [1956]
Photograph of Hatfield College, R.F.C. [Rugby Football Club] 1955-1956, with annotations on the backside, copy of the UND/F7/FE1955a
BW photograph,
Size: 160 x 218mm
UND/F7/FE1965   [1966]
Hatfield College Rugby Club, Trophy Winners 1965/1966
Members of the team in 2 rows, in short, shirts, socks and boots, on the tennis court, with the hall behind, titled with the university and college arms, all identified: J. Bolton, D. Jewitt, P.M.B. Wood, M.A. Chatwin, N.R. McKenzie, K. Hodgson, G.T. Walker, J. Murphy, D.W. Archibold, R.H. Squires, W.P. Aspinall, D.R. Westwood, R.W. Fisher (captain), R.C. Hannaford, S. Robertshaw
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 315 x 490 mm
UND/F7/FE1968   [1969]
Durham University R.U.F.C. [Rugby Union Football Club] 1st XV 1968/1969 UAU Champions [The Universities Athletic Union Championships]
Members of the team in 4 rows, with the trainer in the middle, in shirts, shorts and boots, outside Durham Castle Great Hall, by Fillinghams, with the UAU Champions Cup, titled with the university arms, all identified: R. Raine, E.J. Littlechild, B.J. Dickinson, R. Judson, S. King, I. Pringle, P.M. Trotter, R. Clarke, R. Williams, A. Henderson (trainer), D.J. Davies, G.N. Wainwright, J. Rawlinson, J.D. Dirom, G. Buttle, J.L. Regan, P. Rossborough, B. Raine
BW print, mounted on board, stains on the right top corner
Size: 316 x 475 mm
Printed in: A.R. Moyes, Be The Best You Can Be. A History of Sport in Hatfield College, Durham University (Durham 2007), p.123
UND/F7/FE1985   [6 March] 1985
[UAU Final against Loughborough at Twickenham]
University rugby team, with trainers, in 2 rows, on the field, in shirts, shorts and sucks, one player holds a rugby ball, with annotations on the backside, all identified: E. Wood, Mike Horrocks-Taylor, Andy Mullins, Niall McBain, Mike Colato, Mark Nicholson, Andy McLeod, John Delaney, Peter Wheelan, Tomi Satchell, John Baxter, John Thompson, Peter Dixon, Alex Hambly, John Riley, Jon Keating, Richard Lloyd Davies, Alistair Lennox, Chris Oti
BW photograph
Size: 210 x 295 mm
Printed in: A.R. Moyes, Be The Best You Can Be. A History of Sport in Hatfield College, Durham University (Durham 2007), p.147
UND/F7/FE1993   [c.1993]
[Hatfield rugby team] (20 present) outside the racecourse pavilion, most in Hatfield rugby shirts, shorts, socks and boots, unidentified
Dated from the numberplate of the car in view
Colour print
Size: 100 x 155mm
UND/F7/FE2013M   [June] 2013
Hatfield men's rugby football club, in the tennis court, in shirts, jacket, ties, shorts, socks, with a ball, titled with the college arms, identified: Jack Baron, Oliver Altendorf, Jack Murphy, Ben Veitch, Ciaran Lee, Fawwaz Janjua, Luca Vincenzini, William Dunne, Edward Chivers, Hector Ahern, Jack Firman, James Fayed, Conor Stephens, Alex Pike, Alex Sharpe, Harry Ogilvie, Charlie Chrichton, Patrick Ware, Sam Lowden, Neil Irwin, Oluwatobiloba Onabolu, George Mitchell, Christopher Wood, Ben Sudell, Matty Barker, Jonny Brentnall, Andrew Rink, Rowan Clapp (cc), Danny Greene (c), Timmy Fisher, Ben Walker, Archie Shirley-Beavan, Christopher FitzPatrick
Colour print
Size: 205 x 305mm
UND/F7/FE2013W   [June] 2013
Hatfield women's rugby football club, in the tennis court, in rugby shirts (black, yellow and white), shorts, socks (black and yellow), some in dark blue college sweatshirts/tee shirts, trainers, with a ball, titled with the college arms, identified: Kate Manson, Sophie Gordon, Ellie Cazalet, Ellie Whittles, Tara Woodward, Abbie Barker, Charlotte Bishop, Edward Chivers (coach), Katherine MacLennan, Catherine Gleave, Alex Broad, Alice Pike, Philippa Rawbone, Mariella Childe, Laura Balibrea-Coyle, Megan Cassidy, Rebecca Sharkey, Sunniva Morris, Naomi Pratt, Laura Murison, Jenny McAuley, Georgia May, Lowri Williams, Stef Boughey, Hannah Barkley, Mollie Jebb, Melisa Demir, Hannah Watkins, Harriet Forsyth.
Colour print
Size: 205 x 305mm
UND/F7/FE2016M   [June] 2016
Hatfield men's rugby club, in the garden with trees behind, in jackets and ties, dark blue shorts and dark blue/yellow hooped socks, titled with the college arms, identified: Peter Morris, Simon Owtram, Craig Lamb, Ola Onabolu, Luke Rochussen, Johnnie Jackson, Paddy McDuell, Matthew Beese, Elliot Manley, Harri Thomas, Harry Baron, Matthew Cantelo, Josh Perry, William Helme, Fewa Olu-Martins, Thomas Munns, Ben Shapland, Sean Baccas, Tim Derrett, William Clyde, Hal Stevenson, Isaac Ellum, Oliver Hart, Samuel Trowbridge, Guy Trevellyan, George Davies, Matt Major, Archie Farquharson, Charlie Coombs, Harry Dow, Seb Clark, Jack Aldous-Fountain, Edward Varney, Barnaby Ware, Zach Chadwick, Benjamin Veitch, Matt Price, Toby Bradshaw, Fraser Craig, Elliott Husband, George Fairfield, Tim Turner, J.J. Stileman
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FE2016W   [June] 2016
Hatfield women's rugby club, in the garden with trees behind, in dark blue with blue and yellow sleeved badged shirts or dark blue Hatfield College WRFC sweatshirts, titled with the college arms, identified: Thea Westwater-Smith, Océane Leprêtre, Bianca Hopson, Harriet Forsyth, Brogan Lear, Hayley Wilding, Lucy Pullinger, Clio Simpson, Rosiered Brownson-Smith, Lauren Burian, Georgiana Dunbar, Lola Fabian-Hurst, Lara Hey, Eugenie Zervos, Kate Evans, Meg Mitcheson (c), Roshini Turner (C), Laura Swinton, Emma Price, Alice Freudiger.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FE2017M   [June] 2017
Hatfield men's rugby club, in the garden with trees behind, in jackets and ties, dark blue shorts and dark blue/yellow hooped socks, titled with the college arms, identified: Saul Melvin-Farr, Ryan Lightowler, Nick Cowen, William Helme, William Hyde, Edward Varney, Thomas Munns, George Nolan, Charlie Coombs, Cameron Jones, David Masters, Guy Trevellyan, Luke Rochussen, Paddy McDuelly, James Nicoll, Tim Derrett, Sean Baccas, James Mitson, Sam Carling, Tom Anderson, Elliot Manley, Joshua Perry, Fewa Olu-Martins, Guy Bailey-Williams, Barney Sampson, George Hairs, Harri Thomas, Harry Baron, Olly Hart, Archie Farquharson, George Davies, Nick Whitehead, Rajinder Dhesi, Harry Dow, Michael Woollatt, Jack Moore, Fraser Craig, Matthew Beese, Tom Stanley, Ben Shapland, Matt Price, Johnnie Jackson, Hal Stevenson, Jack Aldous-Fountain, Angus Murphy, Hugo Parrott.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FE2017W   [June] 2017
Hatfield women's rugby club, in the garden with trees behind, in dark blue with blue and yellow sleeved badged shirts or dark blue Hatfield College WRFC sweatshirts, titled with the college arms, with a ball, identified: Daisy Gould, Petra Jory, Calypso Phillips, Georgie Prvulovich, Georgina Burford-Taylor, Hannah Janmohamed, Lily-Elizabeth Hollings, Phoebe Smithdale, Amy Saunders, Harriet Shaw, Emma Price, Lauren Burian, Rosiered Brownson-Smith, Georgina Dunbar, Laura Swinton, Lucy Pullinger, Roshini Turner.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FE2018M   [June] 2018
Hatfield men's rugby club, in the garden with trees behind, in jackets and ties, dark blue shorts and dark blue/yellow hooped socks, with a ball, titled with the college arms, identified: Olaoluwa Onabolu, Will Crossley, Cameron Jones, George Nolan, Guy Trevellyan, Guy Bailey-Williams, Will Walker, James King, Bertie Bateman, Harry Dow, Matt Major, James Dobson, George Davies, David Masters, Anthony Morris, Fitz Harding, James Mitson, Henry Paremain, Sam Carling, Sean Baccas, Peter Morris, Johnnie Jackson, Rupert Evans, James Hand, Rordon Daws, Tin Ui Lo, Elliot Manley, Cameron Coulson, Matthew Beese, Michael Woollatt, Harri Guy, Saul Melvin-Farr, Isaac Ellum, Owen Bennett, Paddy McDuell, George Orme, Tim Derrett, Craig Lamb, Ben Scher, Joshua Perry, Fewa Olu-Martins, Thomas Munns, Barney Sampson, Jack Aldous-Fountain, Olly Hart, Samuel Trowbridge, William Helme, Harri Thomas, Jack Tait, Seb Clark, Ben Caldera, Nick Whitehead, Edward Hopewell, Rajinder Dhesi, Charles Bolton.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FE2018W   [June] 2018
Hatfield women's rugby club, in the garden with trees behind, in dark blue with blue and yellow sleeved badged shirts or dark blue Hatfield College WRFC sweatshirts, with a ball, titled with the college arms, identified: Laura Lopez Odriozola, Karishni Patel, Annabel Sim, Ellie Gibbins, Georgina Dunbar, Kelly McAulay, Caroline Styan, Emily Shailer, Georgie Prvulovich, Georgie Burford-Taylor, Lily Hollings, Phoebe Smithdale, Daisy Gould, Rosiered Bronson-Smith, Emma Price. 2 versions, 1 less formal.
2 colour prints
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FE2019M   [June] 2019
Hatfield men's rugby club - Floodlit Cup Champions, in the garden with trees behind, in jackets and ties, dark blue shorts and generally dark blue/yellow hooped socks, with a ball, titled with the college arms, identified: Andreas Eccles-Williams, Cameron Jones, Oliver Brown, George Angier, Guy Bailey-Williams, Michael Holmes, Magnus Lewis, Bertie Bateman, Will Walker, Charlie Yates, Luke Delaisse, Johnny Wallace, Benjy Fowles, Henry Paremain, Sam Carling, James Phillips-Evans, Sean Baccas, Dan Woolstencroft, Seb Florax, Tiat Kcaj, Jack Bevan, Ken Ho, Josh Mackey, Louis Coyle, Harri Thomas, Charles Bolten, George Orme, Rajinder Dhesi, Mike Woollatt, James King, Archie Farquharson, Fitz Harding, Antourny Tourris, Ben Chaldera, Nick Cowen, Theo Lazarides, Rordon Daws, Tin Kui Lo, Thomas Munns, James Mitson, Matt Major, Rupert Evans, Matt Davis, Max Hart, Tom Hollidge, Harri Guy, George Nolan, Daniel Evans, Harry Thompson.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FE2019W   [June] 2019
Hatfield women's rugby club, in the garden with trees behind, mostly in dark blue with yellow edging badged shirts, with a ball, titled with the college arms, identified: Megan Thompson, Bernice Mitchener, Velina Petkova, James King (coach), Kelly-Ann McAulay, Abigail Blanche, Charlotte Leckonby, Laura Lopez Odriozola, Georgina Burford-Taylor, Caroline Styan, Clodagh Cronin (c), Ellie Gibbins, Georgina Prvulovich, Natasha Hammond.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
Cricket
Reference: UND/F7/FF
UND/F7/FF1910   [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.
BW print, mounted on card, mounted on board, edges damaged and with some damp stains
Size: 235 x 290mm (print), 390 x 500mm (mount)
Bought from a Wooler antiques dealer 25 April 2013, Acc No Misc.2012/13:64.
UND/F7/FF1929   [June] 1929
Hatfield College cricket XI (12 present), outside staircase A, in whites and some sweaters
Copy BW print
Size: 170 x 215mm
Original: Edis H7
UND/F7/FF1949   1949
Hatfield College Cricket Club 1949
11 members of cricket team, in 2 rows, in whites and blazers with college arms, with various colours, one of them in a cravat, by John R. Edis, outside staircase A, titled with the university and college arms, all identified: E.H. Jones, J. Grieve, J. Moss, T.S. Nutting, T.H. Clemens, S. Pritchard, D.A. Bell, B. Coates, J.M. Wragge (Captain), E. Poll (Hon. Sec.), H. Wild
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 279 x 355 mm
UND/F7/FF1950   [June 1950]
[Hatfield College] cricket XI (10 present), outside, in whites, some sweaters and blazers, identified [in Moyes]: T.H. Clemens, K. Groves, J. Applegarth, S. Pritchard, H. Thornton, A. Nutting, E. Poll, J.M. Wragge, D.A. Bell, H. Wild
BW print
Size: 115 x 155m
Printed in: A.R. Moyes, Be The Best You Can Be. A History of Sport in Hatfield College, Durham University (Durham 2007), p.92.
UND/F7/FF1955   [June] 1955
Hatfield College Cricket Club, Inter-Collegiate Trophy Winners 1955, outside, in whites with dark college badged blazers, tited with the university arms, by T. Mason & Co, identified: R.D. Savage, W.E. Rosser, G.A. Creasey, M.C. Moore, D. Norton, H.J.M. Fitches, L. Crass, W.R. Burchnall, O.W. Heal (Hon Sec), J. McGuinness (Capt), W. Bradey, A.J. Tilling.
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 255 x 305mm
UND/F7/FF1956   1956
Hatfield College Cricket Club, Inter-Collegiate Trophy Winners 1956
Members of the team, in 3 rows, in whites and blazers with college arms, by T. Mason & Co. Photographers, ?cricket pavilion near the river, titled with the university arms, all identified: A.G. Britton, W.E. Rosser, D. Minter, M.C. Moore, J. Ramsdale, P. Jackson, S.G.C. Stoker, L. Crass, O.W. Heal (Captain), D. Norton, J.C. Copley, I. Ryder, D. Savage
BW print, mounted on board, indistinct
Size: 257 x 305mm
UND/F7/FF1972   3 July 1972
U.A.U. [Universities Athletic Union] Champions, Trent Bridge Nottingham
Members of the team in whites and sweaters with the president in a suit, in 2 rows, on the ground outside the pavilion, titled with the university arms, all identified: R.G. Swan, A.J. Good, S.R. Atkinson, C.R. Woodhead, R.J. Denning, T. Wellock, J. Shoulder, J.M. Bennet, Dr J.G. Holland (President), S.C. Walford (Captain), R. Mercer (Vice-Captain), T.J. Hughes, A. Taylor
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 315 x 475mm
UND/F7/FF2013   [June] 2013
“Durham Cricket Club”, outside in the tennis court, in various attire, some cricket shirts, sweaters, caps, hats, 1 blazer, 1 helmet, 2 in pads, 4 bats, 1 ball, 1 scorebook, titled with the college arms, identified but spuriously with the names of international cricketers.
Colour print
Size: 205 x 305mm
UND/F7/FF2017   [June] 2017
Hatfield Lions Cricket Club, outside in the garden, trees behind, in blue and yellow titled shirts, with blue and yellow badged caps, with various gloves, bats and numbers, titled with the college arms, identified spuriously with the names of professional cricketers.
Colour print
Size: 205 x 305mm
UND/F7/FF2018   [June] 2018
Hatfield Cricket Club, outside in the garden, trees behind, in blue and yellow titled or white badged shirts, with a blue and yellow badged cap, titled with the college arms, identified spuriously with the names of professional cricketers.
Colour print
Size: 205 x 305mm
UND/F7/FF2019   [June] 2019
Hatfield Cricket Club, outside in the garden, trees behind, in whites DUCC or Hatfield or others badged, with blue and yellow badged caps, with a helmt, titled with the college arms, identified spuriously with the names of professional cricketers.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
Football
Reference: UND/F7/FG
UND/F7/FG1897   [1897]
Association Team, 1897-1898
Members of the team, in 2 rows, outside the Hatfield College, in shirts, shorts, socks and boots, some of them with shin pads, one man in a blazer with the college arms, the man in the middle holds a ball with the year written on it, one of them in university colours, by John R. Edis, outside the Hatfield staircase, with some results noted, all identified: E. Smith, C.L. Ford, F.T. Wilcox, D. Tudsberry, H. Greenwood, A.R. Ainsworth, G. Atkinson, A. Taylor, A.R. Woodward, J.N. Ellerton, G. Suggett, W.O.W. Edwards
With a copy
BW print, mounted on board, + 1f
Size: 335 x 420mm
Printed in Be The Best You Can Be. A History of Sport in Hatfield College, Durham Universityby Arthur Moyes (Durham 2006), p.182
UND/F7/FG1900   [c.1900]
Football team, in 2 rows, in shirts, shorts and boots, one in a suit, walking stick, cap and spats, one player holds a ball, on the castle stairs, Great Hall entrance behind, unidentified
BW print, mounted on board, with photograph from boat club on the backside
Size: 265 x 340 mm
UND/F7/FG1931   25 March 1931
Football team, outside in the garden in front of Jevons, in shorts, socks, boots, blazers (most Hatfield, but 2 striped ones (colours)) and scarves, unidentified
Copy BW print
Size: 170 x 205mm
Original: Edis Pi107
Printed in: A.R. Moyes, Be The Best You Can Be. A History of Sport in Hatfield College, Durham University (Durham 2007), p.184
UND/F7/FG2013   [June] 2013
Hatfield men's football club, in the tennis court, in suits and ties, with a ball, titled with the college arms, identified: Joshua Richards Harrower, Mike Whittingham, Ross Guthrie, Matt Barker, Nick Mills, Chris Drakeford-Lewis, Josh Chatland, Fred Pugh, Tim Honey, William Bleby, Will Steele-Moore, William Wimmer, Nicholas Robson, Ben Sudell, Ben Jackson, Nicholas Cadman, Johannes Schlotmann, Freddie Cox, Mackenzie Fisher, Sam Mirchandani, Benjamin Vetter, Conor Stephens, Harry Tawney, Alex Pike, Robbie Heald, Danny Greene, Jack Wilde, Nye Williams, George Simmons, Jonny Brentnall, Ben Thomson, Donald Nartey, James Gallucci, Richard Padmore, Charlie Budenberg (c), Matthew Black, Sam Dethridge, Matt Goss, Jordan Thelan, Frederick Knapman, David Wynne-Griffith
Colour print
Size: 205 x 305mm
UND/F7/FG2016M   [June] 2016
Hatfield men's football club, in suits and ties, with a ball, titled with the college arms, identified: Dominic Whetton, Jack Whitmore, Nicholas Cadman, Tom Robson, Ollie Potts, Ola Onabolu, Nicholas Haudecouer-Wilks, Andrew Brown, Archie Prew, Gaspard Javan de Kervenoael, Olly Diamond, Jack Wilde, Nic Billot, Matt Major, Rob Ashford, Harry Savill, Matthew Robinson, Terry Prempeh, Marcus Bailey, Alex Keating (CC), Henry Parker (cc), Alex Moore, William Snowden, Callum Morris, Sam Baldwin.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FG2016W   [June] 2016
Hatfield's women's football club, in royal blue badged shirts, shorts and socks, titled with the college arms, identified: Olivia Flanagan, Aleksandra Wisniewska, Sabrina Ki, Amy Ellerker, Bernice Mitchener, Ellie Hattersley, Kate Evans, Seren Ng, Rebecca Moran, Izzy Trotter.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FG2017M   [June] 2017
Hatfield [men's] football club, outside in the garden, trees behind, in suits and ties, with a ball, titled with the college arms, identified: Tom Robson, Angus Stahelin, Matthew Robinson, Oliver Hill, James Hand, Felix Saro-Wiwa, Edward Hicks, Hal Clubman, Joe Wykes, Nick Whitehead, Ben Norris, James Maloney, Nick Harrington, Edward Evans, Gaspard de Kervenoael, Nicholas Haudecoeur-Wilks, Callum Morris, Terry Prempeh, Ludo Higgin, Jack Whitmore, Zachary Tiplady, Henry Levy, Andy Brown, Will Hanway, Mark Hickling, Elliott Charles, George Brown, George Goddard, Robert Clarke, Nic Billot.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FG2017W   [June] 2017
Hatfield women's football club, in royal blue with white trim badged shirts, shorts and socks, titled with the college arms, with a ball, identified: Naomi Harwood, Stephanie Hyland, Jessica Muurman, Ciara McEvoy, Sabrina Ki, Celine Tan, Sophie Moggs, Rebecca Moran, Alice Coombes, Bea Loveridge, Elizabeth Gallagher.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FG2018W   [June] 2018
Hatfield women's football club, in royal blue with white trim badged shirts, shorts and socks, titled with the college arms, with a ball, identified: Imogen Peck, Georgina Corvin, Stephanie Hyland, Bea Loveridge, Amelia Evans, Holly Muirhead, Ambika Padki, Luise Hornung, Amy Clayton, Sophie Moggs, Bernice Mitchener, Katy Casterton, Haylie Page, Sabrina Ki, Alice Coombes, Georgina Yeabsley, Celine Tan, Elizabeth Gallagher.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FG2019M   [June] 2019
Hatfield AFC - Floodlit Cup Winners, in suits with red striped ties, 3 scarves, a picture of a ?Chinese lady on bamboo, and a ball, identified: Isaac Eastham, Tom Prentis, Matt Hill, Alex Forbes-Leith, Tom Eden, Felix Saro-Wiwa, William Snowden, Andres Conte, Harry Brown, Fraser Graham, Cameron Greenshields, Ollie Phillips, Matt Major, Will Allen, Sam Winterbottom, Alex Carruthers, William Manners, Joseph Gibber, Nic Billot, Tom White, Ed Metherell, Will Whipple, Johnny Miller, Harry Forbes-Nixon, Oliver Hill, Nick Harrington, Edward Evans, Mark Spooner, Ben Gould, Sam Ellison, William Kettle.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FG2019W   [June] 2019
Hatfield women's football club, mostly in royal blue with white trim badged shirts, shorts and socks, titled with the college arms, with a ball, identified: Amelia Evans, Georgia Earing, Imogen Peck, Katie van Riper, Stephanie Cunnah-Hyland, Stephanie Kenna, Ella Targett, Bernice Mitchener, Natasha Hammond, Holly Muirhead, Bea Loveridge, Sophie Moggs, Georgina Gorvin, Aliec Coombes, Jemma Youngman, Elizabeth Gallagher.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
Hockey Club
Reference: UND/F7/FH
UND/F7/FH1929   [1929]
Hatfield College Hockey Club 1929-1930
Photograph of the team with hockey sticks, one in pads, in shorts, socks, boots, scarves and blazers with college arms, HCAFC arms and HCCC arms, ?in the garden, by John R. Edis, titled with the university and college arms, identified: E.S. Miller, A. Roxby, J.P.McE. Murray, V.L. Clarke, D. McMahon, C. Gatenby, H.T. Fisher, A.T. Richardson (Capt), T. McGregor, J. Emerson, C.C. Hart, W.R. Dewey.
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 278 x 357 mm
Printed in: A.R. Moyes, Be The Best You Can Be. A History of Sport in Hatfield College, Durham University (Durham 2007), p.223.
UND/F7/FH2013   [June] 2013
[Hatfield College] hockey club, outside in the garden, trees behind, in dresses/jackets and ties with one hockey shirt, titled with the college arms, identified: Harry Tawney, Christopher FitzPatrick, Sam Mirchandani, Oliver McGalsham, Nick Mills, Natasha Wirszycz, Emily Pomeroy, Ben Dewsnip, Anna Coveney, Olivia Topham, Eloise Cazalet, Emily Thomas, Natalie Webb, Sally Furminger, Charlotte Bishop, Arabella Garnett, Frederick Pugh, Tom Burton, Tibby Palmer, Ellie Yorke, Esther Swaffield, Harriet Boulding, Linda Millyard, Alexander Street, Toby North (Social Sec), Joshua Perry (Social Sec), Grace-Elizabeth Robinson (Womens Capt), Peter Richer (Club Capt), Danielle Boyd, Freddie Skarbek, Sam Clark, George Simmons.
Colour print
Size: 205 x 305mm
UND/F7/FH2016   [June] 2016
Hatfield College Hockey Club, outside in the garden, trees behind, in blue and yellow quartered badged shirts sponsored by The Bishop Langley, with dark blue shorts and blue and yellow socks, titled with the college arms, identified: George Davies, Mackenzie Fisher, Gabriel Hardwick, Thomas Raikes, Dominic Whetton, Matthew Beese, Nicholas Vollers, Emi Husband, Pippa Edge, Roseanna Sewill, Annie Estlin, Louise Parker, Hannah Williams, Freya Tracey, Maria Faria-Ribeiro, Guy Trevellyan, Will Doggett, George Liebescher, Georgie Box, Ryan Baker, Rebecca Frith, Tim Foulds, Simeon Nichols, Jack Dowell.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FH2017M   [June] 2017
Hatfield College Men's Hockey Club, outside in the garden, trees behind, in blue and yellow quartered badged shirts sponsored by The Bishop Langley, with dark blue shorts and blue and yellow socks, titled with the college arms, identified: Freddie Neden, Gabriel Hardwick, Kamran Rachlin, Paddy Dudgeon, George Davies, William Hayward, Angus Stahelin, Jack Dowell, George Liebscher, Dom Whetton, Simeon Nichols, Guy Trevellyan.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FH2017W   [June] 2017
Hatfield College Women's Hockey Club, outside in the garden, trees behind, in blue and yellow quartered badged shirts sponsored by The Bishop Langley, with dark blue shorts and blue and yellow socks, titled with the college arms, identified: Emi Husband, Rebecca Frith, Livvy Reid, Pippa Edge, Maria Faria-Ribeiro, Sadie Tully, Hannah Williams, Esme Malley, Sarah Emslie-Smith, Louisa Parker, Prudence Jones
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FH2018   [June] 2018
Hatfield College Hockey Club, outside in the garden, trees behind, in blue and yellow quartered badged shirts sponsored by The Bishop Langley or dark blue lion-badged tee shirts, with dark blue shorts, titled with the college arms, identified: Oliver Platt, George Davies, Henry de Villiers, Lucy Etheridge, Caitlin Mahoney, Emily Farr, Ben Taylor, Rob Sullivan, Holly Muirhead, Emily Thornton-Wood, Charlotte Saxby, Charlotte Simpson, Cyd Ashbridge, Gabriel Hardwick, Hannah Williams, Jack Dowell, Esme Malley, Pippa Edge, Georgie Box, Anna Gilchrist.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FH2018M   [June] 2018
Hatfield College Men's Hockey Club, outside in the garden, trees behind, in blue and yellow quartered badged shirts sponsored by The Bishop Langley or dark blue lion-badged tee shirts, with dark blue shorts, titled with the college arms, identified: Guy Trevellyan, Rob Sullivan, Oliver Platt, Jack Dowell, Gabriel Hardwick, Henry de Villiers, George Davies.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FH2018W   [June] 2018
Hatfield College Women's Hockey Club, outside in the garden, trees behind, in blue and yellow quartered badged shirts sponsored by The Bishop Langley, with dark blue shorts and blue and yellow socks, titled with the college arms, identified: Lucy Etheridge, Cait Mahoney, Emily Farr, Holly Muirhead, Emily Thornton-Wood, Charlotte Saxby, Cyd Ashbridge, Pippa Edge, Esme Malley, Hannah Williams (c), Georgie Box, Anna Gilchrist, Charlotte Simpson.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FH2019   [June] 2019
Hatfield College Hockey Club, outside in the garden, trees behind, mostly in blue and yellow quartered badged shirts sponsored by The Bishop Langley or in dark blue with white-edged yellow shoulders badged numbered Greenstone sponsored shirts, with dark blue shorts, titled with the college arms, identified as in the next two.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FH2019M   [June] 2019
Hatfield College Men's Hockey Club, outside in the garden, trees behind, in dark blue with white-edged yellow shoulders badged numbered Greenstone sponsored shirts, dark blue shorts and socks, with a pair of crossed hockey sticks, identified: Ben Watkin, Tomos Nutt, Ben Lavelle, Greg Tyler, George Angier, William Holborrow, Jonathan Leung, William Manners, Oliver Platt, Ben Taylor, Jack Dowell, Henry de Villiers (c), Rob Sullivan (c), Gabriel Hardwick, James Draper, Charlie Stilwell, Alec Garrett-Cox.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FH2019W   [June] 2019
Hatfield College Women's Hockey Club, outside in the garden, trees behind, in blue and yellow quartered badged shirts sponsored by The Bishop Langley or dark blue with white-edged yellow shoulders badged numbered Greenstone sponsored shirts, with dark blue shorts, with a pair of crossed hockey sticks, titled with the college arms, identified: Maia Dilloway, Lucy Gillanders, Katya Irwin, Rebecca Lynn, Emily Thornton-Wood, Fenella Slimmon, Plum Thatcher, Alice Smith, Elly Maddock, Holly Muirhead, Emily Farr, Louisa Parker, Charlotte Saxby, Anna Gilchrist(c), Cait Mahoney, Lucy Etheridge, Amelia Wilson, Chloe Ansell.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
Tennis
Reference: UND/F7/FI
UND/F7/FI1949   1949
Lawn Tennis Club, Winners of the Inter-Collegiate Trophy 1949
6 members, in blazers with college arms and HCLTC [Hatfield College Lawn Tennis Club] arms and whites, with a cup and two tennis rackets, outside, by John R. Edis, titled with the university and college arms, identified: S. Pritchard, A. Nutting, W.R. Effer, E. Poll, F.R. Charlesworth, D.A. Bell.
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 355 x 277 mm
Printed in: A.R. Moyes, Be The Best You Can Be. A History of Sport in Hatfield College, Durham University (Durham 2007), p.267
Swimming
Reference: UND/F7/FJ
UND/F7/FJ1956   [1956]
Swimming Club 1956-1957
7 members in 2 rows, in blazers with college arms, two of them with HCBC [Hatfield College Boat Club] arms, in the garden, ?chapel behind them, by John R. Edis, titled with the university and college arms, all identified
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 330 x 255mm
Others
Reference: UND/F7/FK
UND/F7/FK1   1931
“Summer School Hatfield College 1931”
Men and women in suits and ties, in the garden in front of Jevon's House, by John R. Edis, with annotations on the backside, unidentified, but with the following staff: members: E.G. Pace
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 277 x 357 mm
UND/F7/FK2   [1944]
“Nevilles in Hatfield 1942-1944”
Members of Neville’s Cross Teacher Training College, some of them in blazers with college arms, in front of [staircase B], by Youngs Photographers, with annotations on the backside, unidentified
Photograph printed in Hatfield 1846-1996. A History of Hatfield College in the University of Durhamby Arthur Moyes (Durham 1996), p.169, titled "Neville's in Hatfield"
BW print, damaged
Size: 105 x 165mm
UND/F7/FK3   [1945]
“Section of course no 8 1944-1945, Hatfield - Castle mix”
Photograph of RAF cadets, in 3 rows on Palace Green, with the castle in the background, with annotations on the backside that about half are definitely Hatfield, unidentified, but with 3 names on the backside: Pratt, Suddaby, Patterson
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 190 x 254 mm
UND/F7/FK4   1946
“Hatfield College Magazine Committee 1945-1946, Hatfield College, Hatfield Day Garden Party Committee 1946”
Members of the committee in the garden, wall and railings beyond, all in blazers with college arms, one of them in a blazer with Boat Club arms, all of them with pipes, with annotations on the backside, all identified (names given on the backside), except for one: Ted Howard, [Arthur Moyes], Johnny Golden, Geoff Leonard, Don Sinclair, John Nightingale
BW print
Size: 162 x 210mm
UND/F7/FK5a   1946
Hatfield Day Garden Party Committee 1946, duplicate of UND/F7/FK4, signed by the individuals present
BW print
Size: 203 x 253mm
UND/F7/FK5b   [1990s]
Photograph of 6 men, in suits, vests and ties, one with a scarf and one with a pipe, clearly imitating the posture of members of Hatfield College Magazine Committee 1945-1946, outside Jevons, unidentified
Sepia print
Size: 203 x 253mm
UND/F7/FK6   [December] 1995
Hatfield College Lion in Winter, Survivors 1995
Winter ball, students in black tie and evening dresses, in the hall, titled with a lion, unidentified
Colour print, mounted on board
Size: 305 x 375mm
UND/F7/FK7   2005
Hatfield College 1955 Matriculation - 2005 Reunion
Members in suits and ties, inside, all identified, names on the backside: O.W. (Bill) Heal, John Mason, Robin Stoddart, Derek Minter, John Freer, John Ramsdale, Sam Stoker, David Catherall, Alan McKeag, Alan Ritson, Jack Howey, Gordon Jibson, Keith Picksley, Roger Footitt, Peter Wildman, Moss Jewitt, Bernard McGuiness, Ian Ryder, Malcolm Moore, Ray Park
Colour print, encapsulated
Size: 210 x 296mm
UND/F7/FK8   [1900s]
“Garden tea party at Observatory House, Durham, for the Philosophical Society” , men (some with pipes), women and children, most sitting on deck chairs, by John R. Edis, unidentified
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 278 x 358 mm
UND/F7/FK9   [2007]
Montage of JCR presidents 1944-2007, all identified
Photocopied BW prints
Size: 296 x 424mm
UND/F7/FK10   [June] 2013
Kinky Jeff & the Hatfield Swingers, in the tennis court, in casual dress, with a keyboard, titled with the college arms, identified: Esther Swaffield, Simon Lynch, Charles Adair, Nick Fleet, Jack Williams, Frederick L.H. Thomson, Tom Cole, Ed Millar, Conor Walsh, Tom Williams, Celia McSwaine, James Watkins, Annabel Marcuse, Alex Broad, India Furse, Elizabeth Bamford.
Colour print
Size: 205 x 305mm
UND/F7/FK11   [June] 2014
Choir, in the chapel, east end, in jackets and ties, skirts etc and gowns, identified: David Sheard, Edward Seddon, David Knowles, Christopher Redfern, Jamie Wollard, Edward Henwood, Tom Rowarth, Steffi Schofield, Shahnaz Ford, Anthony Bash, Marion Jenkyns, Emily Cooper, Michael Jacobs, Katrina Banks, Beth Dawes, Laura Erel, Tom Coxhead, Jonathan Clinch, Cindy Chang, Gemma Boylan, Vicky Smith.
Colour print
Size: 205 x 305mm
UND/F7/FK12   [June] 2015
Choir, in the chapel, east end, in jackets and ties, skirts etc and gowns, identified: Dr Anthony Bash, Edward Henwood, Angus MacNaughton, David Knowles, Sebastian Marlow, George Tasker, Emily Cooper, Tom Rowarth, Isabel Chinn, Rachel Newell, Caroline Rider, Laura Erel, Tom Coxhead, Cindy Chang, Gemma Boylan, Steffi Schofield, Sophie Rudge.
Colour print
Size: 205 x 305mm
UND/F7/FK2016   [June] 2016
Hatfield other clubs and committees, in the garden with trees behind, numbers and outfits noted, all identified:
Badminton Club (11), in dark blue with light blue sides badged polo shirts, with dark blue shorts
Basketball Club (9), various
Chapel Choir (22), jackets and ties and gowns, in the chapel
JCR Executive outgoing (2015/6) (10)
JCR Executive incoming (2016/7) (10)
Kinky Jeff and the Swingers (19), in blue ties or dresses
Lacrosse (15), in royal blue shirts with yellow trim and Hatfield Lacrosse
Lion Theatre Company (7)
Pool Club (12), in various with black ties and shades
SHAPED (9)
Team Welfare (17), in green badged shirts
Ultimate Frisbee (20), in royal blue with HUF and lions shirts and yellow shorts, with a Hatfield shirted lion
Volleyball Club (6), in dark blue with yellow shoulder badged shirts, blue and yellow skirts
Wildcats Cheerleading Squad (11), in dark green and white Wildcats shirts and skirts with bows in the hair
14 colour prints
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FK2017   [June] 2017
Hatfield other clubs and committees, in the garden with trees behind, numbers and outfits noted, all identified:
Badminton Club (11), various, with crossed rackets
Basketball Club (13), various, with 2 balls
Climbing Club (9), various
DUCK (13), various
Inaugural Intersectional Feminist Society (6), some with ?pink Hatfield badged HCIFS sweatshirts and caps
JCR Executive incoming (2016/7) (10)
Kinky Jeff and the Swingers (13), in black tie or dresses
Mixed Lacrosse (13), in royal blue shirts with yellow trim and Hatfield Lacrosse, with crosssed lacrosse sticks
Lion Theatre Company (6), various
Netball Club (32), in various dark blue with yellow/black trim badged tops, with 2 balls
Painting Society (11), various painted tops
Pool Club (19), in various with some black ties and shades, mask, ice lolly, banana, balloon
Rounders Club (15), various
Ultimate Frisbee (19), in royal blue with HUF and lions shirts and yellow shorts, with a Hatfield shirted lion
University Challenge Team (4), various in gowns witha book and a balloon
Hatfield Voices (15), various mainly black
Volleyball Club (6), in dark blue with yellow shoulder badged shirts
Team Welfare (18), in dark blue badged named sweatshirts
Wildcats Cheerleading Squad (21), in dark green and white Wildcats shirts and skirts with bows in the hair
19 colour prints
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FK2018   [June] 2018
Hatfield other clubs and committees, in the garden with trees behind, numbers and outfits noted, all identified:
Bar Staff (23), in dark blue badged named polo shirts
Basketball Club (13), most in white shirts and ties, with a ball
Darts Club (13), most in black HCDC badged sweatshirts, with a dart board
DUCK (11), various
JCR Executive incoming (2018/9) (10), 2 versions, 1 less formal with props
Kinky Jeff and the Swingers (15), in black tie or dresses
Lacrosse Club (21), some in royal blue shirts with yellow trim and Hatfield Lacrosse, with crosssed lacrosse sticks
Pool Club (24), in various with some black ties and shades and some hats, with props including a bicycle
Rounders Club (19), various, with 2 bats and some drinks
SHAPED (9), in light blue badged named sweatshirts
Softball Club (16), in white shirts, ties, dark blazers, light trousers, badged caps, holding a photo
Ultimate Frisbee (19), in royal blue with HUF and lions shirts and yellow shorts, with a lion and a banner
Hatfield Voices (14), most in blue badged named sweatshirts
Team Welfare (17), in light blue badged named sweatshirts
Wildcats Cheerleading Squad (21), in dark green and white Wildcats shirts and skirts with bows in the hair
16 colour prints
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FK2019   [June] 2019
Hatfield other clubs and committees, in the garden with trees behind, numbers and outfits noted, all identified:
Bar team (25), in light blue badged named shirts and black trousers
Basketball Club (7), some in royal blue yellow-edged 'Hatfield' numbered tabards, with a ball
Cafe (15), in various black shirts and jeans
Darts Club (21), in various including some black HCDC sweatshirts
DUCK (8), various
JCR Executive Committee 2018/19 (9)
JCR Executive Committee incoming 2019/20 (10)
Kinky Jeff & The Swingers (17), in black tie or dresses
Mixed Lacrosse Club (20), in blue yellow edged Hatfield lion badged shirts or dark blue lion's head bfronted tee-shirts or various
Lion in Winter Ball Exec (12), most in dark red lion's head badged named fleeces
Music Society (9), in various
Pool Club (27), in various eccentric outfits and hats, with various props including cues, a scooter, pictures, a puppet, a banana and a sleeping bag
Rounders Club (14), in various, with 2 bats, a ball and a bottle of Pimms
SHAPED (11), in light blue badged named sweatshirts
Tennis Club (4), in various white shirts and shorts
Ultimate Frisbee (19), mostly in royal blue with HUF shirts, with a bear and a frisbee
Volleyball (4), in dark blue upper left yellow badged numbered shirts
Team Welfare (13), in dark red badged named fleeces
Wildcats Cheerleading (16), in dark green and white 'Wildcats' tops and skirts
Yoga & Meditation Society (11), in various white tops
20 colour prints
Size: 200 x 305mm
Fives
Reference: UND/F7/FL
UND/F7/FL1909   March 1909
Hatfield Hall Fives Club, outside with St Mary-le-Bow and the rectory behind, 6 men in whites, ties and college blazers, round a table with the [Intercollegiate] trophy, 6 goblets and 3 balls
Copy BW print
Size: 170 x 215mm
Original: Edis Pi357
UND/F7/FL1935   [June] 1935
Hatfield College Fives Club (7), in the garden, in white shorts, various socks, white shoes, striped and plain badged blazers, various scarves, with 4 trophies on a table, titled with the college and university arms, signed by: F.W. Kimber, John V. Gane, F.S. Herbert (ex-Capt), B.A. Atkinson, F.E. Huggins, T. Lonsdale (Capt), J. Harrod.
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 160 x 210mm (print), 240 x 290mm (mount)
Given by ?F.S. Herbert c.2000.
UND/F7/FL1945   [June] 1945]
Hatfield College Fives Club (6), in the garden, in dark white collared rugby shirts, white shorts, dark socks, and shoes, with a table with 5 trophies, titled with the university and college arms, by John R. Edis, identified: D. Peat, R.E.A. Parker, F.H.H. Pratt, G.R. Bainbridge, S.H. Matthews (capt), L. Castelvecchi.
BW print, mounted on board
Size: 145 x 205mm (print), 255 x 305mm (mount)
Given by S.H. Matthews' daughter August 2018, Acc No Misc.2018/19:6.
Netball
Reference: UND/F7/FM
UND/F7/FM2013   [June] 2013
Hatfield netball club, in the tennis court, in shirts (dark blue, French blue and yellow), shorts and trainers, with a ball, titled with the college arms, identified: Hannah Burnell, Bianca Morris, Georgina McCooke, Jess Hilty, Elizabeth Healey, Juliette Hoffmann, Lucy Bott, Abigail Tavener, Georgina de Rome Moss, Sally Furminger, Jojo Carew, Kate MacNay, Georgia Reynolds, Liv Martin, Faye Culpin, Francesca Souter, Olivia Topham, Rosie Stewart, Nancy Moore, Hattie Jones, Isabel Shaw, Madeleine Seacombe, Katharine Robson, Alice Vaughan-Fowler, Chanty Hudson, Amy Walter, Arabella Robinson.
Colour print
Size: 205 x 305mm
UND/F7/FM2016   [June] 2016
Hatfield netball club, in the garden, trees behind, in royal blue with black and yellow trim badged shirts and blue skirts, titled with the college arms, identified: Isobelle Coventry, Alice Hoskins, Jumi Akinfenwa, Meg Osborne, India Hattersley-Smith, Tilia Astell, Kathryn Rogers, Charlotte Head, Alexandra Organ-Voas, Emma Price, Jadwiga Slomka, Isabella Fenwick, Susannah Slevin, Lydia Cronin, Caterina Strada, Emily Cripps, Mia van Diepen, Elizabeth Streatfeild-James, Annie Estlin, Elly Crosthwaite, Kate Benson, Rebecca Moran, Francesca Battersby, Anna Simmons, Francesca Souter, Elizabeth Gallagher, Lydia Erritt, Erica Martin, Hannah Day, Natalie Chaplain, Ellie Hattersley, Jemma Attar, Antonia Alley, Johanna Pemberton, Connie Taylor, Lola Fabian-Hurst, Lizzie Healey, Pippa Frizzelle, Charlotte Thorogood, Laura Gray, Harriet Boulding, Bethan Davies.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FM2018   [June] 2018
Hatfield netball club, in the garden, trees behind, in royal blue with black and yellow trim badged shirts and blue skirts, titled with the college arms, identified: Georgina Gracey, Chloe Smith, Olivia Davies, Lily Denham, Ellie Gibbins, Eleanor Marles, Izzy Allchurch, Emily Thornton-Wood, Ione Searle, Annabel Dickson, Alice Slattery, Caroline Lewis, Charlotte Lynch, Beatrice Jervis, Emily Bevan, Aisling Bevan, Elizabeth Gallagher, Emma Jenkins, Charlotte Strivens, Jemima Davison, Izzie Asti, Niluka Perera, Harriet Fisher, Imogen Sheppard, Jemma Attar, Annabel Gorst, Henrietta Kent, Leonora Hobbs, Emily Taylor, Buz James, Annie Estlin, Elizabeth Streatfeild-James, Katherine Turner, Caitlin Davey, Annabelle Elcock, Anna Osborne. 2 versions, 1 all unsmiling except for 2 with 4 strategically placed balls.
2 colour prints
Size: 200 x 305mm
UND/F7/FM2019   [June] 2019
Hatfield netball club, in the garden, trees behind, in royal blue with black and yellow trim badged shirts and blue skirts, titled with the college arms, all unsmiling except for 2 with 4 strategically placed balls, identified: Lucy Ashcroft, Scarlett Coote, Buz James, Emily Thornton-Wood, Georgina Gracey, Amy Turner, Caragh Taylor, Elizabeth Gallagher, Aisling Bevan, Matilda Denbow, Isabella Maxton, Charlotte Strivens, Jemima Youngman, Izzie Asti, Ione Searle, Jemima Gurney, Beatrice Jervis, Lily Denham, Caitlin Davey, Katherine Turner, Lucy Pearce, Annabel Dickson, Alice Slattery, Niluka Perera.
Colour print
Size: 200 x 305mm
Cross-Country
Reference: UND/F7/FN
UND/F7/FN1964   1964
Hatfield Cross-Country team (8), outside the hall entrance, in dark blazers with university or college badges, dark trousers and various ties, only J.P. Lonergan (centre back) identified, 2 copies.
Copy BW print
Size: 150 x 210mm
Found in the Hatfield Trust Office July 2016, Acc No Misc.2016/17:1.
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.
Copy colour postcard
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.
Copy BW postcard
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.
Copy BW postcard
UND/F7/FY4   [c.1953]
View south along North Bailey outside Hatfield, in a Christmas card, signed by R.J. White (1949-53).
BW print, in a 3 fold card
UND/F7/FY5   [c.1985]
View SW across the end of the tennis court (cars parked) towards the entrance and cathedral.
BW print
UND/F7/FY6   3 October 1991
Palmers Garth exterior from across the road, by Fillinghams.
Colour print
Size: 100 x 125mm
UND/F7/FY7   1961
JCR interior, chairs and windows.
BW print
Size: 120 x 160mm
UND/F7/FY8   [c.1900]
View of the back of Hatfield College and the boathouse from across the Wear.
BW print
Size: 200 x 250mm
UND/F7/FY9   1904 - 2002
Photos of college buildings and some college notable figures:
General exterior views of the college buildings from within the college (1 dated 18 May 1904), including the hall, chapel, A & B stairs, gates
General exterior views of the college from across the Wear
c.1937 views of A & B stairs, Jevon's House
General exterior views of the colllege buildings from within the college, and looking towards the cathedral, also Jevon's 24 April 1965, hall [1970s], views of the Bailey street frontage, through the gates to Bailey House across the Bailey, Pace, with pond, exterior repairs to A & B, gardens outside Pace and the chapel, rear entrance gates, the rectory, the hall, C & D, car park, tennis court, vel primus motto, Bow Lane Rectory exterior, Dun Cow Lane, St John's College entrance, Palmer's Garth, sketch maps of the college site 1850-2002
Aerial of the Bailey and cathedral, drawing of Bow Lane towards the cathedral
Interiors of the hall, a fireplace, 1961 interiors of the hall, library and a Pace study bedroom, hall interior laid out for various functions including 1987, SCR dining room and sitting room interiors, Birley Room, staircase, corridors, bedrooms
Pottery, pewter ware, candelabra, paintings, chapel corbels, name boards, Hancock, Pedder and Robinson memorials, montage
Repairs, staircases, hall, bathroom
Chapel lectern, organ repairs, chapel interior and exterior
Individuals: Edward Maltby, F.R.H. Noyes (Univ), Maltby, H. Bell (Univ), H. Maltby, Canon David Melville various, Archibald Robertson, Dr Sanday, James Barmby, Edward Henry Brandby, Frank Byron Jevons, Arthur Robinson, Bernard Horner, Edward G. Pace, C.F. Herdener, W.G. Henderson, Sidney Holgate, Eric Birley, John Walls, Adrian Sandys-Wood, C. Roy Hudleston, William B. Fisher, Tom Whitworth, Jim Davison, A.A. Macfarlane Grieve, James Barber, Kingsley Dunham, John C.H. Wren, Barrie Wetton, John King, Peter Warburton, Yolande Stowell, Ken Harper, Arthur Moyes
BW and colour prints in melinex sleeves in a conservation 4 ring binder
People and Events
Reference: UND/F7/FZ
UND/F7/FZ1   [c.1990]
2 fours rowing on the Wear by the Racecourse, snow on the ground.
Colour print
Size: 150 x 200mm
UND/F7/FZ2   1965
Head and shoulder photographs of the 1965 intake of students, all identified on the back.
File of BW prints
UND/F7/FZ3   October 1951
Canon E.G. Pace, Mrs Margaret Birley with flowers, Eric Birley and the Senior Man, at the launching of two new boats, by Durham County Advertiser
BW print
Size: 165 x 215mm
Printed in Hatfield Record vol.1 No.9
UND/F7/FZ4   1981
Eric Birley declaiming at Vindolanda at the Hatfield Association reunion, by [Brian] Shillaker.
Colour print
Size: 100 x 150mm
UND/F7/FZ5   1994
James Barber, head and shoulders, suit, gown and college tie.
Colour print
Size: 215 x 150mm
UND/F7/FZ6   [1994]
Theodore Harman, head and shoulders, suit, gown and college tie.
Colour print
Size: 215 x 150mm
UND/F7/FZ7   [1994]
Barrie Wetton, head and shoulders, suit, gown and college tie.
Colour print
Size: 215 x 150mm
UND/F7/FZ8   3 October 1991
Sir Ronald Dearing unveiling the plaque opening the Palmers Garth building, by Fillinghams.
Colour print
Size: 100 x 125mm
UND/F7/FZ9   [1994]
John King, head and shoulders, suit, gown
Colour print
Size: 215 x 150mm
UND/F7/FZ10   [?1994]
David Glover, head and shoulders, in cassock and dog collar, books behind
Colour print
Size: 100 x 150mm
UND/F7/FZ11   [c.1980]
Tom Whitworth portrait, in Oxford DPhil gown, seated, by Fillinghams.
Colour print
Size: 210 x 160mm
UND/F7/FZ12-19   [c.2000]
Various unidentified diners, in college, in a marquee, including Tim Burt and Arthur Moyes (13), at a cricket match (14,15), college fellows Sue Hurley and Bob Allison farewell dinner in college (18), bishop and a cleric (19).
8 colour prints
UND/F7/FZ20   10 July 2004
Tim Burt and 4 others outside The Talbot in Stow[-on-the-Wold].
Colour print
UND/F7/FZ21-24   [c.1996]
Launch of a new women's rowing eight at the boathouse, with the boat in the water and a women's crew with blades upstanding (21), champagne being sprayed (22), senior and junior members in the college library (23), Arthur Moyes promoting his 1846-1996 book in a marquee (24).
4 colour prints
UND/F7/FZ25   23 June 2006
Hatfield women's four rowing, close-up, in dark blue onepieces with white side stripes, and a badge of the lion with crossed blades and 'Hatfield College Boat Club'.
Colour print
UND/F7/FZ26   2006
Hatfield String Quartet playing during the Lumley Castle Ball: Julia Blower, Keishi Fujikawa, Henry Plumptre, Megan Jenkins; with a note to Barrie Wetton from Alice Clay the ball chair.
BW print, in a card mount
UND/F7/FZ27-28   5 June 2000
Tim Burt, Nick Rosser and [Bob Allison], outside the Royal Geographical Society for the award of the Alfred Steers Dissertation Prize.
2 colour prints
UND/F7/FZ29-36   [c.2000]
Cricket match group (29), and other groupings, including Tim Burt (33) and a dinner at Hatfield with Angel Scott speaking (36).
8 colour prints
UND/F7/FZ37   [c.1930]
Prof Charles F. Herdener MA, censor 1907-11 and 1917-30, by Edis.
BW print, damaged, mounted in a wooden glass-fronted frame, with a white title plaque at the bottom
Size: 375 x 280mm
Transferred from University College 17 December 2020 [?having been trophied.]
UND/F7/FZ38   c.1994 - 2010
Binder of photos of mainly students featuring:
Hatfield students in college, at a picnic, on top of the Durham Cathedral tower, Meningitis event in the dining hall, [college] carol singers in Saddler St, [staff outside Steven & Wale Optometrists, students in a student room, at computers, eating in hall, collecting post, at the rear gates, at the front gates, [Burns night] (piper present, also Angel Scott, Arthur Moyes, Ann Loades, Baroness P.D. James, Canon David Brown 26 October 1999), students drinking in the bar, [W.E. Hicks with his] HHBC blazer, wedding (couple, cake and dining hall), formal in hall, (David Barton, Tom Hankin, CC, Jack Ellis, Clive Miller), Teikyo group 1998, students in Bow Lane, graduation group of 3, 3 female students, Hatfield Day 2010 'Hatfield' made by people on Palace Green from above, montages of students, ball group outside, trophies and being received by students with Angel Scott and Cynthia, choir rehearsing in the Birley Room 1994, instrumental groups (strings, wind, recorder) playing Bach in the Birley Room and Chapel, choir tour 2004 (on a boat on the Severn in Worcester, at a meal in a resturant, playing bowls, relaxing, rehearsing, in the Cathedral cloister, outside another church), individual students (including Amy Griffith, Sam Bide, Anthony Goddard, Arken, Samuel Pollock, Louisa Reeve, Meglina Kumar, James Hutchison, James Moore).
Staff Christmas party, student Christmas formal
Barry Woodward's Hatfield Day 1955 including wheelbarrow race, quinquaremes, sploosh, Kruschev
Neville's Cross students at Hatfield 1944
Jim Dobson's time at Hatfield 1957-1960 including geology/geography field trip 1957, C Stairs 1959, Hatfield Day placards and sunk quinquereme and being flour bombed and sploosh, rugby supporters v Bede with brooms and mops, Hatfield B rowing four at the dock and on the bank with blades raised, Physics group (4), June Ball black tie and ball gowns 6 of each
John Sturt, Tim Burt, Oliver Scanlon, Pippa H. Grey, James Hutchinson, Lorna Noble 2002-2006
Colour prints in melinex sleeves in a conservation 4 ring binder
UND/F7/FZ39   1913 - 2002
Binder of photos
New chancellor 1913 inspecting OTC guard of honour and processing into Hatfield (Curzon bishop of London, Asquith, Lord Haldane, Lord Joicey identified),
Gordon Manley and Audrey Robinson wedding group 1930 in Hatfield garden,
Bishop Hensley Henson and Lord Londonderry outside the chapel,
Chancellor Trevelyan greeted by students at the station May 1950,
Official opening of the Pace Building June 1950 (Ronald Wilson, Eric Birley, James Duff, Chancellor Trevelyan, Canon E.G. Pace, Lord Eustace Percy),
Presentation of the entrance gates by Sir Joseph Reid (Lord Irwin, Dr Pemberton, Lady Reid, Dr Arthur Robinson),
John Curvegn ?about to bowl,
Naming of a new boat,
4 students outside ?staircase A [c.1975],
John Wren retiring as headmaster of QEGS Middleton 1964 with Mrs Wren and Mr Emerson,
Sam Stoker Senior Tutor with Alan Whitworth Master and J. Young Bursar June 1973, various staff and students including Theo Harman and James Barber, Ebsworth, M. Jeschke, Rupert Gaskin, Adam William, John Housley, at the opening of the Palmers Garth Building 3 October 1991 by Sir Ronald Dearing,
Presentation of the portrait of Tom Whitworth,
Alumni group (Sid East, Kent Groves, Arthur Moyes, Len Newman, Tom Gatenby)
Various groups of college staff: Bob Henderson and Harry Taylor in the bolier room, cleaners, kitchen staff, maintenance, office staff, individuals including James Barber speaking at a dinner, Tim Burt with Will Carling 2000
Individual alumni including Harry Ellis, some with Arthur Moyes, also Eddie Nicholson, beekeeping in a garden, in front of the chapel organ
80th birthday group with Elizabeth Beresford, including Cynthia Connolly, Ted Wood, Bob Henderson, John Wood, Sanra Rucken, Valerie Spoors, Tom Whtiworth, Mrs J Whitworth,
Dinner in hall with Jack Charlton and Brian Clough giving speeches
Dinners in hall and elsewhere (?of the Association), featuring Arthur Moyes, Angel Scott, Tim Burt
{College] wine cellar 1995 and a University of Leicester [wine event]
Event in the bar with James Barber and Arthur Moyes
Dinners: York (Association) 2003, in hall (including Richard Hicks, Geoff Cullington, Tony Fry, Cynthia Connolly, Dennis Coats, Dick Abram, Marion Abram), North West Association in Manchester November 2002, also group of Sir Kenneth Calman, Lisa Carling, Will Carling, Tim Burt, Lady Calman, more of Arthur Moyes with ?friends/family
Older views of students: John Barton 1918 (in uniform) and 1919 (academic dress); Philip Steed 1922 (suits); Bowen Jones playing golf in college; black student; P. Hatch (1948-51, with pipe); ?V. Cullie (with pipe); Edwin Patterson, Tony Nutting, Derek Peat (1948); Ken Clark (1954-57) et al, and with John Maskell
Activities: quinquereme boat races (sinking) 1950; Hatfield Day elephant tug of war 1952; rag float; students Stuart Blackburn, Prof Fisher, Les Ellenor, Norman Hellwaell, Ray Taylor, Andrew Lebhill Catchpole, Paul Waddington, Tony Limes (Edinburgh 1956); Rag races (dinasour 1955/6); student groups John maskell, Peter Coffey, Mike Ward, John Ramsdale, Hugh MacJohn, 1956; Pat O'Connor, John Yarley, at Chester le Street regatta 1957
Durham Rag Queen with attendants, 1956 being kissed by Ken Clark
Hatfield Day quinquereme races 1957, dinasour on wheels, jousting (R. Efer, P. Edwards, S. East, D. Hayes)
Senate Night November 1958 (Tom Morley, MacMoore, Keith Wood-Allum, Hugh Sands, Sam Stoker, Colin Ingleby, Ian Ryder, Gordon Johnson)
Quinquereme races 1958/9 Arts v Science boats (Bill Oxley 1958-61), also Hatfield Day 1959 with various stands
Rag float Ideal Home, ?Mary and Joseph with donkey, outsize headed policeman, 6 ladies 2 blacked up (all Sunderland Echo)
First Aid Rag float 1961, students eating in hall Michaelmas 1962, Long, Short and Tall being performed 1962, man in blazer awarding a tankard rowing trophy, more hall shots
Gang of 8 Pace G stairs 1960: Chris Grant, Dave Slee, Tom Wingate, Malcolm Yorke, Tom Elder, Malcolm Glenn, Eddie Stringer, Dennis Radcliffe
Students on grass, at a window, in the library, on a motorbike, dining in hall, sploosh machine
Hatfield Day activities, splooshing, rafting, human towers etc 1970
BW and colour prints in melinex sleeves in a conservation 4 ring binder
Publications
Reference: UND/F7/G
UND/F7/G1   [1923x1940] - [c.2012]
Hatfield College Prospectus [1923x1940], [1940x1949], [post November 1948 (also for University College, amended)], [1950x1956] (with amendments), [c.1950], [1960/61], [c.1979], [c.1981], [1982], [c.1985], [1989], [c.1995], 1999, [c.2005], [c.2012]
UND/F7/G2   [1940] - 2014
College Rules [1940], 1950, one c.1950 with pencil annotations including that they now cover University College, and 1965, then Regulations for 1998/99, 1999/00, 2000/01, 2001/02, 2002/03, 2003/04, 2004/05, 2005/06, 2006/07, 2007/08, 2008/09, 2009/10, 2010/11, then Regulations & Handbook 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15.
21 paper leaflets/booklets
UND/F7/G3   November 2014
The Hatfielder; Hatfield College Student Newspaper, [relaunched] in November 2014.
Paper booklet, colour illustrated
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, Gardener, Bar Manager, Hatfield Association Executive & Supporters, Hatfield Trust.
3 printed BW illustrated paper booklets
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].
2 printed paper booklets
Formerly: Per Local PRI
UND/F7/G6   March 1945 - June 1946
University College & Hatfield College, Durham News Sheet, edited by the Master, nos. 14-17, 19 only.
Paper file
Fuller set in UND/F1/G
UND/F7/G7   Easter 1947 & Epiphany 1948
Collegium, successor to News Sheet next above. only 2 issues present.
2 paper booklets
Fuller set in UND/F1/G
UND/F7/G8   [c.1990]
Hatfield College Accommodation for Conferences and Courses [c.1960]
Hatfield College Durham Tourist and Conference Information [c.1990]
Printed colour-illustrated leaflet 3-fold
UND/F7/G9   1961
Newspaper cuttings re the college.
Paper file
UND/F7/G10   [c.1990]
Language:  Latin & English
College grace, with a translation
Card, 1f
UND/F7/G11   [c.2000]
University of Durham Hatfield College poster of 9 Ian Curry colour images of the college and its environs, with the arms of the college and university
Paper, 1f
UND/F7/G12   [c.1980]
Printed plan of the college
Paper, 1f
UND/F7/G13   [c.1970]
“Hatfield College Song Book”, typescript, ?2 editions:
[c.1955] (of Rev M. Stark BSc 1953-6), 7f, starting with the The Hatfield Song, then 28 numbered songs, ending with Old Folks at Home, with 12 green bottles added
[c.1970], 16f, starting with The Hatfield Song, then 32 numbered songs, and ending with Men of Hatfield.
2 paper booklets
UND/F7/G14   [c.2010]
Hatfield crest in colour.
3½" floppy disk
UND/F7/G15   [c.2010]
Hatfield ex libris book plate.
3½" floppy disk
UND/F7/G16   2019
Hatfield College Calendar, listing principal university events, formals, social events, and also officers of the college and common rooms, key contacts, opening times, and social media contacts.
Paper file
UND/F7/G17   [c.2000]
Durham Cathedral Lithograph 'Hatfield College in its Durham Setting' [by] Ian Curry
3½" floppy disk (BASF zip 100) in a plastic case
Deposits
Reference: UND/F7/H
UND/F7/H1   1956 - 1961
Peter Wildman photographs
53 BW prints
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.
UND/F7/H2
Brian Shillaker Notes & Photographs
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, and postcards of the college.
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, (38-40) 14 December 2011, Acc No Misc.2011/12:24, (41), 6 May 2016, Acc No Misc.2015/16:132, (42), and 14 March 2017, Acc No Misc.2016/17:102 (43-51).
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, individuals 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: 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, Dominic 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.
Paper file, 43f
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 a mortar board in the foreground. By [Photochrom Co Ltd], no.4783.
BW postcard + a copy
UND/F7/H2/35   [c.1937]
Hatfield College A,B,C and D stairs. By J.R. Edis.
Copy BW print
UND/F7/H2/36   [c.1937]
Hatfield College, Jevons House, with tennis court in front. By W.A. Bramwell.
Copy BW print
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.
Copy BW postcard
UND/F7/H2/38   [?1916]
The Quadrangle, Hatfield Hall, showing the tennis court, buildings and cathedral beyond, sent to Miss Michaelis in Manchester, by K.
BW postcard + copy
UND/F7/H2/39   [3 May 1913]
Academic procession in the Castle courtyard for the installation of the chancellor, by G. Fillingham.
BW postcard + a copy
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.
BW postcard + a copy
UND/F7/H2/41   January 2015
Notes on the pre-history of the Hatfield site as the Red Lion Inn, identifying it as such by 1751 and possibly earlier; collected by Brian Shillaker.
Paper file
UND/F7/H2/42   1909
If I Should Plant A Tiny Seed of Love (In The Garden Of Your Heart), written by Ballard Macdonald, composed by James W. Tate, sung by Miss Maude Mortimer (with her photograph on the cover), copyright B. Feldman & Co London, adopted as the Hatfield College song in 1952. With a note by Brian Shillaker of the song's background, various versions and recordings.
Printed paper, 4f + 1f
Discussed in W.A. Moyes, Hatfield 1846-1996 (Durham 1996) p.231, with an image of the frontispiece at p.240.
UND/F7/H2/43   1912
The Story of the Deanery, Durham, 1070-1912, by G.W. Kitchin (Durham), signed on the inside cover by ?Neville's Cross certificate students October 1941: Margaret J. Thornborrow 27 Oct 1941, Doreen T.F.E. Clark, Margaret Swingler 31 Oct 1941, Marjorie H. Spargo 30 Oct 1941, Joan M. Walker 31 Oct 1941, Merle Reeves 30 Oct 1941, Mary Taylor, Monica Thorpe, Grace Spillane, Myra M. Hubball 30 Oct 1941, Selma Carter 1941, Iris Armitage, Jean D. Burr 31 Oct 1941, Betty Stephens Oct 1941.
Printed paper book
UND/F7/H2/44-52   1904 - 1958
Views of Hatfield and Durham:
44. “Hatfield Hall Durham” , similar view to the previous, by Stewart and Woolf of London, Series 257, hand coloured, sent to Miss Ramshaw at Jesmond, 1904.
45. “The Chapel, Hatfield Hall, Durham” , interior looking west to the organ screen, by Burrow, sent to Miss Hilda Body, Tenterden, 1904.
46. “Hatfield Hall” , view from the river of the boathouse and buildings above, trees bare, by Wilkinson of Durham, sent to R.B. Wray at Nottingham by S.D.M. H[orner] reporting illnesses and rags, 1907.
47. “4784. Durham: Hatfield Hall” , view the other way of the tennis court and buildings beyond, by Photochrom, [1909].
48. “Hatfield College Durham” , showing the tennis court and buildings beyond, by G. Bailes No.74101, written on, c.1923.
49. “Durham, Hatfield College” , view across the tennis court to the church, old rectory and buildings, by F. Frith 74099, sent to Mr J.B. Renovat at Nièvre by ?Henri (in French), 1933.
50. “Durham, Hatfield College” , showing the tennis court and main buildings, by Frith DHM.18, after 1945.
51. “Durham, The Science College” , laboratories, with gardens in front, by F. Frith DHM.4, sent 1958.
52. “The Chapel, Hatfield Hall” , view across the tennis court to the chapel and entrance, The Milton Artlette Series No.167, Woolstone Bros, London, coloured, [c.1905], scanned copy.
9 BW postcards
UND/F7/H3
Arthur Moyes (d2017) papers
UND/F7/H3/1   [13 October 1997]
Probus Club AGM, outside Redhills Hotel, Durham, formal group of men in suits, all identified in the copy.
BW print
Size: 223 x 253mm
Printed: W.A. Moyes, A History of the City of Durham Probus Club 1978-1998, (Durham 1998), p.56-57
UND/F7/H3/2   [c.1956]
Class of A.J. Dawson Grammar School Wingate, outside, with A.J. Moyes in the centre, boys and girls, in ties and blazers/dresses.
BW print
Size: 132 x 245mm
UND/F7/H3/3   1992 - 1993
Correspondence with Arthur Moyes about the archive and his book on the college's history.
Paper file
UND/F7/H3/4   [1990]
“Images of Durham” , images and text from publications assembled for a short course for tourist guides in Co Durham at New College Durham, for which Arthur was awarded a certificate in March 1990, with contents including: views of Durham city, the cathedral, the university's colleges (including prospectuses for St Mary's, Grey and Collingwood), images in the new County Hall, Using the Land (farming and quarrying), Teesdale Environment, Barnard Castle, Weardale and Wear Valley (Escomb and Binchester), Cradle of the Railways, Industrial Heritage (Lead and Coal mining, and open cast), Restoration (then and now views of especially mining slag heaps cleared), Where People Live, Buildings of Note, Native Customs, Durham Sells Itself (brochures), Castle Eden (Nature Reserve), Echoes of the Past (Beamish), Too Much Tourism? (assorted brochures); with a report on the course and its members.
Plastic album with items flied in plastic sleeves
UND/F7/H3/5   [c.1960]
Coal mining photo album, with images of
1-5. Mainsforth Colliery, Hutton seam, man riding sets and kay chocks
6-16. Bowburn Colliery, Low Main seam, longhole drilling and blasting, testing for gas, control panel, Bolton props, skip track delivering coal into Mothergate, Bolton Face supports
17-20. Bowburn Colliery, Harvey seam, borehole from surface, inserting pipes etc
21. Mainsforth Colliery, loading point
22. Dean and Chapter Colliery, North Busty seam, loading point
23-31. Unidentified, trucks with coal, drilling at the coalface, wagon ways, turntable, plant room
Photo album, 18 black paper pages with 31 BW prints stuck on, with captions
UND/F7/H3/6   1971
Contracting Coalfield A series of maps to show the past and present extent of coal working in County Durham, compiled and drawn by W.A. Moyes, signed by Arthur and dedicated to his mother by him 28 January 1972.
Paper book, 8f
UND/F7/H3/7   1992 - 2001
Files for Hatfield 1846-1996, including correspondence about sourcing images and information etc, drafts, photocopies of documents and originals of some images and drawings
1. Melville, including a guide to Trinity College Oxford with details of its Durham College antecedents, and a letter of appreciation from Joceline Dimbleby (relative of Melville) 2001
2. Henderson, Brady & Lonsdale
3. Pedder
4. Barmby, including BW prints of chapel interior and vel primis motto c1995 and notes on Romanby church 1982 with correspondence with the parish 1992
5. Sanday, including copy letter from Sanday to the bishop [of Durham] 1881
6. Robertson, including colour prints of the Rectory N and S sides c1995
7. Jevons, including Illustrated Chronicle of the chancellor's installation 1913
8. Robinson, including a transcript of an interview of Sir Kingsley Dunham by Moyes 1992, Arthur Robinson's Durham BCL 1897 certificate, notes on Hatfield students 1937 by a contemporary, notes on DUOTC training, memoir of Mary Ellery (Neville's Cross at Hatfield 1938-42), letter from J.C. Chadwick to Robinson re compensation for breakages at Hatfield 15 February 1905, copy of Robinson's will 1942, photo of a memorial to W.T. Casson (d1942), funeral service paper for Audrey F. Manley (1902-1993), Laurence ?'s 1992 memoir of his time at Hatfield 1935-9, letter from J.H. How to JCR senior man about Mr Hall's rustication and the gating of his colleagues 1 June 1901
9. Macfarlane-Grieve, including photocopies of Gordon Manley correspondence re his father-in-law's (Arthur Robinson) ashes being interred in the chapel, photos of Abbey House and the boiler house [c.1995] and the boiler arriving, Hatfield Rag float photos [c.1946]
10. Birley, mainly originals of photos
11. Whitworth (absent)
12. Barber, including his play The Warden (based on the evidence given to the 1863 Commission into the university, questions for an interview with Arthur Moyes, copy P.F. Ryder's Buildings Survey 1990-1 for Durham City Archaeological Conservation and Management Project, the 1992 college strategic plan for 1992-7.
paper files
Log Fire Night
Reference: UND/F7/H4
Dates of creation: 1970Paper file, 7f + 2f

“Hatfield College Song Book”
The Hatfield Song and Men of Hatfield, then 29 other traditional songs, with a memoir and explanation of Hatfield Log Fire Night in 1970 by Andy Guy (Hatfield 1970-1973) compiled in 2015, describing starting in Hatfield, then touring round the women's colleges before ending up with something of a riot at University College.
Given by Andy Guy, 29 October 2015, Acc No Misc.2015/16:51.

UND/F7/H5   4 November 2015
Recording of the unveiling of a commemorative stone at Wheatley Hill cemetery on the 100th anniversary of Private Thomas Kenny being awarded the Victoria Cross (the first for the DLI) for his rescuing of Lt P.A. Brown (of Hatfield), with a covering letter
1 DVD in a plastic sleeve, with paper 1f
Given by Shealagh Pearce, 16 May 2016, Acc No.Misc.2015/16:151.
UND/F7/H6   1904 - 1906
Certificates of Hubert Ellis Horton for keeping terms (Epiphany & Easter 1904, Easter & Michaelmas 1905, Epiphany 1906), signed by the registrar, and for passing the first and second parts of BA finals 22 June 1906, signed by the examiners.
With a covering letter from his daughter, Mrs Isobel Manning, also reminiscing about her time in college [?in Durham] and contemporaries Muriel East and Peggy Milton nee Moor, 24 October 2004.
Paper file
UND/F7/H7   December 1936 - March 1937
Letter from the censor C.W. Helsby to William L. Mowbray (Hatfield 1934-7, BSc, DThPT) about having a lady visitor in his rooms in the afternoon, 9 December 1936, with the formal fine notice (reduced from 2/6 to 6d) of 7 March 1937.
Paper file
UND/F7/H8   15 November 1903
Memorandum from Mrs Powles to Revd J.I. Fowler explaining the provenance of the St Sebastian oil painting in Hatfield, a copy commissioned in Rome c.1860 by her great-uncle of an original by Guido Reni, which was lent to Hatfield in 1868 by Mrs Powles's aunt Miss Brookesbank who then bequeathed it to her neice who gave it to the university.
Paper file
UND/F7/H9   1901 - 1948
Scholar's papers of Canon Edward Pace, mainly lecture notes.
16 volumes and files
The Revd Canon Dr Edward George Pace (1881-1953), lecturer in Theology, University of Durham from 1907, lecturer in Hebrew, University of Durham 1917-1921, reader in Divinity, University of Durham 1921-1947, vice-master of Hatfield College, Durham 1917-1947 and chaplain of the college 1917-1946, also vice-master of University College, Durham 1940-1947, director of Extra-Mural Studies at Durham for over twenty years, and Hon. Canon of Durham Cathedral from 1944.
Transferred from Hatfield to Palace Green Library by Arthur Moyes, the college archivist, September 2002, Acc No Misc.2003/04:15
UND/F7/H9/1   1907
Lecture Notes on Old Testament History lectures 1-7.
Loose pages inside:
-A handwritten note on the size of Palestine versus the sizes of Durham, Yorkshire etc.
-‘O.T. Introduction’ a handwritten list of recommended books.
-A leaflet from the British Academy ‘Schweich Lectures of Biblical Archaeology’, on a lecture series named ‘The Apocalypse’
Paper book
UND/F7/H9/2   [c.1907]
Lecture Notes on Old Testament History, Second Term, lectures 8-17.
Loose pages inside;
-Two newspaper clippings from The Times 12 July 1923, on ‘Last Days of Assyria’ article.
-Durham University collections papers. Three for First Year Arts, and one for Second Year Theological Honours and Diploma in Theology Part A. All have been used as attendance registers, with writing in the back under two columns; name, and college, and dated 7, 14 and 21 February. (A post-it note from 2003 on the last with information on some of these names).
-Loose lined paper with notes on religion. Subtitles; ‘Religion: Foundation of Temple’, ‘Toleration of foreign cults’ and ‘Patriarchal Religion as gathered from Genesis’.
-Newspaper clipping from The Times, 17 (unknown) 1936, on ‘Early Canaanite Inscription’ article.
Paper book
UND/F7/H9/3   [c.1907]
Lecture Notes on Old Testament History Book Three, lectures 17(cont.)-20.
Loose pages inside;
-Exam question paper slips from December 1917. 5 English Church History, dated 28 October, 4, 11, 18, 26 November, 2 Psalms LXXIII-CVI, one dated December 2. (All used as attendance registers; they have three columns; name, college, and year/degree, ie 2H).
-Loose lined paper with three columns; name, year/degree, and college.
-Loose paper, handwritten, titled ‘Angels’.
Paper book
UND/F7/H9/4   [c.1907]
Notes on Isaiah i-xxxix. Lists of translated words or phrases, with original text copied out next to it.
Paper book
UND/F7/H9/5   [c.1908]
New Testament History First Year, The Life of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Lecture Plan, lectures 1-10.
Loose pages inside;
-Leaflet on the timeline of Holy Week
-Newspaper clipping from The Observer?, 13 March 1927, on ‘Josephus and the Life of Christ’.
-Newspaper clipping on ‘Remarriage of Divorcees’.
-Newspaper clipping on ‘The Trial of Jesus’.
-Newspaper clipping from Radio Times, 22 March 1929, ‘When the Sun was Darkened’, on crucifixion.
-Two copies of a letter from the Church of England Men’s Society, Christ Church (Albany Street) Branch, on the establishment of a Men’s Class for Bible Study. Handwritten notes on the back titled ‘The Times of our Lord’.
-Exam question paper slip on Catullus.
Paper book
UND/F7/H9/6   January 1908
New Testament History Lecture Notes Book 2, 11-20.
Loose pages inside;
-Entrance Exam paper from the Theological Colleges, 03 December 1907, on Outlines of Scripture History, and the Preliminary Examination of Candidates for the Holy Orders, 10 October 1907, on General Scripture.
-Loose paper titled ‘Two Modern Creeds’.
-Admittance card for Pace (Member of the Senate), for the Installation of the Chancellor convocation, 20 May1931.
-Postcard from 11 February 1916, to Sue, addressed to Pace, unsure who from. Brief request on how life at Durham/University is, as well as vague details about life in the trenches.
Paper book
UND/F7/H9/7   [c.1908]
The Gospel According to St Mark, Lectures 1-3, Section title St Mark Chapter 1
Loose lined paper titled ‘Oxford Text’ with list of chapters.
Paper book
UND/F7/H9/8   [c.1908]
St Mark, notes continued from the previous book. Writing in both English and Greek.
Paper book
UND/F7/H9/9   [c.1908]
Diary of Personal Thoughts on aspects of religion. Subjects include God, Jesus Christ, Communion and the Bible.
Paper book
UND/F7/H9/10   [c.1908]
Lectures on European Culture and Art in the 19th Century, Lectures 1-11.
Loose pages inside;
-Handwritten notes on lined paper titled ‘Social Progress in Contemporary Europe’
-Exam question paper slip on Middle Hebrew.
-Loose lined scrap of paper with extra notes for the page in the book.
-5 pieces of lined paper on Keats (extra notes for the page in the book).
-Scrap unlined paper at back titled ‘Dickens’ use of the Novel as an instrument of Social Reform’.
-Extra notes at back numbered 1-33 on ‘Macauley’. The 12th Lecture?
Paper book
UND/F7/H9/11   [c.1908]
Lectures on European Culture and Art in the 19th Century, Lectures 13-24
-Loose pages inside;
-Loose notes on unlined paper.
-Notes on lined paper titled ‘Paintings’.
-Lined paper, written out notes titled, ‘Four lectures on European Music during the 19th Century’
-List and costs of Russian songs (typed, page from a booklet)
Paper book
UND/F7/H9/12   [1916 - 1928]
Misc. Lectures 1
-Lecture for the English Association at Durham on Shakespeare as a religious teacher (33p), dated 4 May 1916.
-Folder on ‘The theology, morals, and worship of the Old Testament’. Includes;
-Newspaper clipping on the ‘Manuscripts of the Bible’.
-Lecture on ‘Theology, morals, and worship of the Old Testament’ (24p).
-‘Pre-Prophetic Religion (cont.)’ lecture p1-9.
-Magazine article, from The Harrap Mercury, Spring 1928 edition, ‘Self-torture as a Way to God’.
-Two ‘Examination for the Diploma in Theology’ papers on English Church History from December 1917. On the back is an attendance register, with one dated 15 November 1946. Three Psalms LXXIII-CVI exam question papers with an attendance register on the back, one dated January 24.
-Lecture notes on various prophets from different time periods.
Paper file
UND/F7/H9/13   [c.1920s - 1935]
Misc. Lectures 2
-2 Lectures on Prophesy.
-‘The Conception of God in the Old Testament’ (34p) Lecture.
-General Introduction to the New Testament folder.
-Newspaper clippings from The Times, 23 January 1935, photograph of a Greek papyri from Egypt, and article.
-Leaflets on the Codex Sinaiticus, including a proposed revision to the Lord’s Prayer.
-General Introduction to the New Testament lecture notes (35p).
-Newspaper clipping ‘Gospel Origins: Evidence of the Prologues’.
-‘The Johannine Writings’ lecture.
-‘Form Criticism’ write up on clarifying the sources of the Gospels.
Paper file
UND/F7/H9/14   [c.1930s]
Misc. Lectures 3
-‘Lectures on St Mathew’ (62p)
-Lecture notes for ‘The Epistle of St. James’ (49p).
-Folder containing various lecture notes etc;
-‘A Literary and Historical Study of the New Testament’, ‘Philosophy’, ‘Pagan Religion’ and various other lectures.
-Lecture plan for teaching various sections of the bible, and book list
-Typed sheet ‘Chilton Tutorial Class, Subject: The Bible and its background, Third Session: The background of the New Testament’,(2 copies) and a book list.
-2 typed copies of the Bensham Grove Settlement syllabus for ‘A General Survey of the New Testament’.
-Syllabus for Chilton University ‘The Origins of Christianity and the history of the Church to the death of Emperor Hadrian, A.D. 138’, first session, 1932-33. Then handwritten lecture and tutorial notes for the session.
Paper file
UND/F7/H9/15   [1926 - 1944
Adult Education Lectures
-Durham University exam answer booklet, with lectures and notes for Israel and Palestine in ancient times. Loose sheets in back on Babylon and Egypt, some with Chilton University stamped on the back.
-Syllabus for Dean Bank and Ferryhill for ‘The History and Literature of the Hebrews’, for three sessions, 1941-44.
-Syllabus for Chilton University ‘The History and Literature of the Hebrews’, for three sessions, the first 1926-27. A book list for the first session.
-Syllabus for Chilton University second session, in 1939-1940.
-‘Scheme for a three years course in religious knowledge at Newcastle’, brief syllabus.
-Loose lecture notes from the above courses.
-‘Lectures on the Book of Job’
-Writings on ‘Education and the Workforce’ (16p)
-Writings/Typings on the Gospels, the Bible in general, and the Old Testament.
-An essay on Streeler’s book The Four Gospels: A Study of Origins.
-‘Local Government’ an explanation and break down of various forms of government, and their duties.
-72p of notes on the Epistle of St James.
Paper file
UND/F7/H9/16   1901 - 1948
Essays and the UN
-‘Jesus of Nazareth from three points of view’ paper given to Lightfoot Society, 7 February 1933 (28p)
-Notebook: Essay on ‘The Inspiration of Scripture’ (21p).
-‘The Ancient Mariner; Introduction to Reading Vocal Illustration’ (6p)
-‘Teaching the Old Testament’ 35p written almost entirely on Durham University Collections papers, largely on Latin and Catullus.
-Envelope -List of written questions on the UN.
-2 Sheets of newspaper from The Times, 27 June 1945, ‘Charter of the United Nations; Full Text of Document Signed at San Francisco’.
-Notes from 25 October 1948, on a local meeting of the U.N.A and U.N.S.A. 8p of notes outlining how the UN works.
-Information leaflet on the Bureau of Current Affairs, with a subscription form at the back.
-UNA recruitment leaflet, 1948.
-UNA ‘Church and World’ leaflet, also 1948.
-Newspaper clipping The Manchester Guardian Weekly, 8 March 1946, ‘United Nations and League’.
-Book with Hatfield College Library stamp on front. Synopsis of Dr. Farrar’s Theological Lectures at Durham12 Parts, not published, ‘For use of students in the divinity class’. Also tucked inside is a sheet with the rules of the library on from 21 November 1901.
Paper file
UND/F7/H10   [c.1943 - 1972]
Photographs and files of John Eric Matthews (BSc Geography 1953, DipEd 1954):
JPG 1-2 Matthews with Geoff Owens, Gordon Phasey, Arthur Callaghan, Albert Wilson, Brian Duckworth, Mike Smiddy, and John Adamson, in suits/jackets, seated in the grounds of Hatfield, 1953.
JPG 3 Matthews in walking dress in Austria/Germany 1952
JPG 4 Matthews with his mother and youngest brother at graduation 1953
JPG 5-6 His Durham degree and diploma certificates, 1953 & 1954
JPG 7-13 Teaching at The English School, Nicosia, Cyprus, with a car, and a revolver, and a mdeal with the letter awarding him it for help in the Emergency 1959
JPG 14-15 Teaching at Aitchison College, Lahore, Pakistan, with Geoff Langlands, 1964
JPG 16-18 Teaching at Tewkesbury Boys Grammar School and at home at Bishops Cleeve, 1968-1972
PDF of J.E. Matthews, Cyprus an Economic and Geographical Outline (1961)
PDF of “An English School Diary” , extracts from his diary and letters November 1956 - July 1962
PDF of “Five Years at Aitchison” , memoir, with images, extracted from his letters 1963-1957
PDF of “The Jackson Family of Water Yeat ” [Farm. Blawith], being a memoir of John and his brother Peter evacuated to the Lake District during WW2, and later holidays
CD in a hard plastic cover
Given by his brother Martin, Acc No Misc.2017/18:34
UND/F7/H11   1908, 1923
Durham University degree certificates of Edward George Pace:
MA, 9 June 1908.
DD, 26 June 1923.
Parchment, 2 items, cockled
UND/F7/H12   [1994]
Research note books of J.E.H. Spaul:
1. “Roman Morocco Geography - Sites”, with an index of the sites at the front, and then notes, plans etc for each one.
2. “Roman Morocco History - Texts” , with a list of the Roman Imperatores at the front and then the texts/inscriptions for each one.
2 paper books, with some water damage
UND/F7/H13   2011
Undergraduate coursework notes of Georgina Friend for a Biosciences degree:
1. File on Plants, Animals and Ecology for a Biosciences degree, including lecture notes, quizzes, practicals feedback, texts, bills for rooms, Kinky Jeff auditions timetables.
2. Notebook on Ecology.
Paper file & paper book
UND/F7/H14   1935 - 1936
Certificates and papers of Frederick Stanley Herbert (BA 1935, DThPT 1936)
1. Printed out copy photo of The Hatfield College Fives Club 1935 (original is UND/F7/FL1935)
2. BA degree certificate, 27 June 1935.
3. DThPT certificate, 30 June 1936.
4. Letter from the Durham Colleges Appointments Committee offering help finding a post.
5. BW postcard view of the tennis court and NE to the college buildings and the hall by G. Bailes, sent by Kath to Miss E.S. Herbert in Maisemore, 27 June 1935.
6. BW postcard view NE of college buildings, new C stairs added to B stairs.
Paper and parchment file
Given by Herbert c.2000
UND/F7/H15   1936
Papers of William Edwin Lockwood, BSc (Pure Science) 1937
1. University College Visitors' Wine programme, 15 February 1936, signed by those present (54) (Another copy in UND/F1/E1/D1)
2. Printed out montage of copy photos of: Lockwood in Durham Colleges blazer, suit and gown; his BSc certificate; DU Association Football Club 1937-8; Hatfield College groups (?1936 & ?1937); HC Association Football Club 1935; HC Cricket Club 1935.
Paper file
Given by Lockwood c.2000.
His DU cricket club photo is UND/GD6/EA1938.
Various items of his college, Colleges, and University clothing are UND/F7/I13-22.
UND/F7/H16   [1945]
Certificate from King George VI that S.H. Matthews (1943-1945) served in the Home Guard 6 October 1943 to 31 December 1944, with notes about his time at Hatfield, his sporting activities, and his meeting there Thelma Selby Stott (Neville's Cross 1943-1945), later his wife, and the life of the two colleges 1943-1945.
Paper, 1f
Given by S.H. Matthews' daughter August 2018, Acc No Misc.2018/19:6.
UND/F7/H17   [?c.1890]
Letter from Banshee to the members of the M&C with reminiscences of his time at Hatfield, including the daily routine, escapades and frequent ragging.
Paper, 2f
UND/F7/H18   [1966 - 1969]
Photographs from John Bates (Hatfield, Geography 1966-1969) of his time at university during Rag Week, in college at Hatfield and out on Geography field trips, most taken by him, most stamped with his name, 4 photographs identified as taken by others Eric Waller (113) and Chester Wallace (30; 65; 181), a few have a caption and date.
1-4. Rag/Quinquereme raft races. 4 prints.
5-6. Rag floats outside Palace Green Library. 2 prints.
7-13. Rag Queen Dance, the “She Trinity” female band including saxophone playing and people dancing; includes dance at Dunelm House, 18 February (H18/7), includes male saxophonist (H18/8). 7 prints.
14. Rag Queen [Barbara Hynds, rag queen 1967] flanked by Sir Derman Christopherson and the [Lady Mayoress, Mayor in 1967 was Henry Wanless]. 1 print.
15-26. Rag (presumably), bicycle throwing contest somewhere in Old Elvet perhaps, with various views of bicycles in flight over some large puddles, with onlookers perched on a gate. 12 prints.
27-125. Student life in and around Hatfield, including drinking, [?pretend] fighting, guitar-playing, playing pool, filming, images of individuals including "Miss S. Hartley in pensive mood" with mug taken by Eric Waller (H18/113), "Dave" taken on 2 July 1967 (H18/117), and one in a cloak with a frilly front, also sleeping, working at a typewriter, in gowns with flowers, playing the piano, with a fencing blade, on the telephone, and in various states of undress and underwear, including female, including "Lads in A2" sitting on a bed November 1966, photo by Chester Wallace (H18/30), 4 men posing in front of Hatfield [or could be St John's] College January 1967, photo by Chester Wallace (H18/65). 99 prints.
126-160. Rag, tricycle racing round Palace Green by students mostly in hard hats on children's tricycles, one on an invalid carriage and one with a Farcycle ice cream trike, also showing lots of onlookers, some repairs/preparation, one student towing tricycles with his scarf. 35 prints.
161-173. Out and about in Durham, including students on Kingsgate Bridge, at a football match (mainly girls), by the cathedral tower, on the riverbank, at the water pump in the College, on the balcony at Dunelm House, and "Peter Cook and Richard Ingrams plugging Private Eye in the garden of the Union" 13 October 1966, (H18/172). 13 prints.
174-209. Geography field trips, with groups of students on [North East] beaches, one with a [sea coal] ropeway, most with crashing waves, students fossil hunting with hammers, also a WW2 pill box, various stuck in the mud (March 1967), including "John in mud" on Geography trip in March 1967 taken by Chester Wallace (H18/181), on a footbridge with a viaduct beyond, doing star jumps and playing leap frog on the beach, one man stuck in an overturned lorry cab, groups walking along a lane, clambering over a castle, walking over a bridge, and "Hugh Dales at a church in New Deer" 2 April 1967 (H18/174). 36 prints.
210-211. Rowing, a pair of coxed fours racing, and a Hatfield sculler. 2 prints.
211 BW prints
Given by John Bates's goddaughter August 2019, Acc No Misc.2019/20:7.
UND/F7/H19   [c.2015]
Student life at the Venerable English College on the eve of Vatican II: some glimpses from the Creasey Papers (1955-1962), by Maurice Whitehead, honorary professor of Catholic Studies at Durham University, about Gerald Creasey (BA History 1955).
Paper, 3f
UND/F7/H20   1989 - 1994
Letters from Dr Ken Harper at Brampton then Rockcliffe to John [Woolley] with his personal news, discussion of his health and reunions, and the transfer of his papers to Cambridge University Library.
Paper file
UND/F7/H21   1922
J.F. Willatt's school group photos from [Newcastle High School, Newcastle-under-Lyme]. (Willatt was an Education lecturer at the university from 1930 for a period and then from 1949 to his death in 1968; he was also a rowing coach for Hatfield in this latter period.)
3 BW prints, each mounted on board
Given by Elizabeth Langham, October 2019, Acc No Misc.2019/20:27.
UND/F7/H21/1   [March] 1922
[Rugby 1st XV] (14 boys), outside, school buildings behind, in white shorts and shirts, most with a heart-shaped badge on the left side with an NHS monogram, dark socks, boots, with a ball, 9 with tasselled ?gold trimmed dark caps, 4 with plain dark tasselled caps, untitled and unidentified, by Harrison & Sons of Newcastle, Staffs.
Identified on the dorse as J.F. Willatt.
BW print, mounted on board
UND/F7/H21/2   [June] 1922
[Cricket 1st XI] (11 boys, 1 master), outside, trees behind, in white shirts, trousers, socks, boots, with belts, 2 in plain dark blazers, 8 in 2-coloured caps, some with badges on the front, untitled and unidentified, by Harrison & Sons of Newcastle, Staffs.
BW print, mounted on board
UND/F7/H21/3   [June] 1922
[6th form] group (10 boys, 1 master), outside, trees behind, in suits and ties, master in gown and mortar board, untitled and unidentified, by Harrison & Sons of Newcastle, Staffs.
Identified on the dorse as Mr Willatt, Bede College.
BW print, mounted on board
UND/F7/H22   1973 - 1975
Images of student life at Hatfield and in Durham, including balls, dances, dinners, Durham pubs (Court Inn, Market Tavern, Coalpits Inn), Hatfield Day 1973 and 1975, raft races, Milk Race (cycling) 1973, Shincliffe Hall, Congregation 1975, punting, Hatfield fire 1973, beer races, splooshing, croquet, schools in Stanley, Beamish, Finchale Priory; most individually identified, with names of those featured.
200 x 35mm colour slides, in a plastic storage box
UND/F7/H23   1967 & 2019
Printouts from David Bowman (Hatfield 1965-1968) of digital copies of BW photos of: formal dinner in hall 1967, part of a college group photo May 1968, part of a Boat Club photo (?1968, also featuring Revd Peter G.C. Brett in dog collar and rowing blazer), view of Hatfield College from the cathedral tower (?1967), Bowman pointing at the HCBC honours board (?2019), Bowman with Anthony Bash and 1 other inside the boathouse (5 February 2019).
Paper file
Sent by David Bowman February 2019.
UND/F7/H24   [c.1990]
Unidentified memoir of RAF No.8 Short Course 1944-1945.
Paper file
Artefacts
Reference: UND/F7/I
Academic Dress
Reference: UND/F7/IA
UND/F7/IA1   [1937]
BSc hood of W.E. Lockwood.
Hood of palatinate purple silk, edged with a scarlet half inch band and then fur
Size: c.680 x 800mm
UND/F7/IA2   [1935]
BA hood of F.S. Herbert.
Hood of black stuff, trimmed with white fur
Size: c.680 x 800mm
UND/F7/IA3   [c.1980]
MLitt hood
Hood of black stuff, lined with gold satin, with velcro fastening tabs
Size: c.750 x 800mm
UND/F7/IA4   [c.1950]
BA gown
Gown of black cord, pointed sleeve, with cord and button, by Gray and Sons Ltd, robemakers, of Durham
Size: 1140 x 1140mm
UND/F7/IA5   [c.1980]
Doctoral cap, 7 and one eighth
Black velvet cap with a black tassle, by Gray % Son Ltd of 41/42 Saddler St, Durham
Size: 250 x 250 x 30mm
Blazers
Reference: UND/F7/IB
UND/F7/IB1   [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.
Woollen blazer, blue, some holes in left sleeve
UND/F7/IB2   [1912 x 1915]
Hatfield Boat Club blazer, with “HHBC” and crossed blades embroidered on the breast pocket, with “W.E. Hicks” (Hatfield 1912-1915) written on the inside collar, with a colour photo of ?Hicks by the blazer [c.1980]
Cream wool blazer with blue braiding and lettering, 4 plastic buttons down the front, some slight staining, occasional hole darned
Size: c.810 x 600mm
UND/F7/IB3   [?1970s]
Hatfield Boat Club blazer, with “HCBC” and the college arms embroidered on the breast pocket, made by Rawcliffes
Blue wool blazer, with a ?polyester lining, 2 metal buttons down the front, and 1 on each cuff
Size: c.800 x 540mm
UND/F7/IB4   1950
Durham Colleges Ice Hockey Club blazer, with “D.C.I.H.C.”, the Durham Colleges arms and “1949-50” embroidered in gold thread on the breast pocket
Striped ?polyester blazer, thick blue and green stripes with thin grey and red stripes; originally 3 metal buttons (only 1 remaining) down the front; various holes, tears, and frayed cuffs, some darned
Size: c.800 x 540mm
UND/F7/IB5   [1935]
Durham Colleges blazer of W.E. Lockwood, with his colours for cricket, football and fives.
Woollen blazer in thick blue and green stripes with thin grey and red stripes, with the university arms and D.C.A.F.C, D.C.C.C., D.C.F.C. and 1935 - 6 - 7 - 8 embroidered in gold thread on the breast pocket, with 2 other pockets and originally 3 but only 1 surviving brass buttons down the front, by Gray and Son, various holes
Size: c.900 x 700mm
UND/F7/IB6   1935
Durham Colleges blazer of F.S. Herbert, with his colours for fives.
Woollen blazer in thick blue and green stripes with thin grey and red stripes, with the university arms and D.C.F.C. and 1935 - 6 embroidered in gold thread on the breast pocket, with 2 other pockets and 3 brass buttons down the front, by Gray and Son
Size: c.900 x 700mm
UND/F7/IB7   [1945]
Durham Colleges blazer of S.H. Matthews, with his colours for rugby.
Woollen blazer in thick blue and green stripes with thin grey and red stripes, with the university arms and D.C.R.F.C. embroidered in gold thread on the breast pocket, with 2 other pockets and 3 brass buttons down the front, by Gray and Son
Size: c.900 x 700mm
Given by S.H. Matthews' daughter August 2018, Acc No Misc.2018/19:6.
Caps
Reference: UND/F7/IC
UND/F7/IC1   [c.1937]
Durham Colleges Cricket Club cap of W.E. Lockwood.
Cricket cap in thick blue and green stripes with thin grey and red stripes and D.C.C.C. embroidered in white thread above the peak
Size: c. 230 x 240mm
UND/F7/IC2   [1906]
Hatfield Hall cap of [G.C.D. Horton (1903-6)] (found in the same box as IK1).
Woollen short-peaked cap, dark blue, with the Hall arms on the front
Size: 180 x 180 x 100mm
Ties
Reference: UND/F7/ID
UND/F7/ID1   1957
Quinquereme tie, (hand embroidered for Hatfield Day), with crossed blades above a large “Q” above “1957”.
Tie, [?terylene], butterscotch, with an embroidered design in pink
Size: 90 x 1220mm
UND/F7/ID2   [1937]
Durham Palatinate tie of [W.E. Lockwood].
Silk tie, palatinate purple with the university arms
Size: 1150 x 110mm
UND/F7/ID3   [c.1950]
Durham Palatinate tie of [W.E. Lockwood].
Terylene/polyester tie, palatinate purple with the university arms
Size: 1250 x 80mm
UND/F7/ID4   [c.1950]
Durham Colleges colours tie of [W.E. Lockwood].
Terylene/polyester tie, black with the university arms and a diagonal palatinate purple stripe
Size: 1270 x 60mm
UND/F7/ID5   [?1937]
Unidentified tie of ?W.E. Lockwood.
Silk tie, dark blue with an ?armoured arm holding a cross-topped staff
Size: 1200 x 70mm
UND/F7/ID6   1955
Quinquereme tie of Brian G. Ashworth (1955-58) embroidered for Hatfield Day by Penelope Lowe of St Aidan's College.
Yellow with a pink Q over crossed blades in pink and 1955 in black wool embroidered design
Size: 90 x 1220mm
UND/F7/ID7   c.1955
Hatfield College colours tie of Brian Ashworth (1954-58).
Polyester tie, dark blue with silver lions rampant and thin diagonal stripes alternating
Size: 1170 x 80mm
UND/F7/ID8   [?1935]
Durham Colleges colours tie of F.S. Herbert.
Silk tie, in thick blue and green stripes with thin grey and red stripe, diagonal
Size: 1170 x 70mm
UND/F7/ID9   [?1935]
Hatfield College colours tie of F.S. Herbert.
Terylene tie, dark blue with silver lions rampant and thin diagonal stripes alternating
Size: 1270 x 60mm
UND/F7/ID10   [c.1960]
Unidentified tie of F.S. Herbert.
Polyester tie, dark blue with diagonal silver, red and royal blue stripes (4 in total) of varying thickness, by C.H. Munday of Woking
Size: 1380 x 75mm
UND/F7/ID11   [1950s]
Hatfield College tie of [?John Woolley].
Silk tie, dark blue with silver lions rampant
UND/F7/ID12   [1950s]
Hatfield College tie of [?John Woolley].
Polyester tie, dark blue with silver lions rampant, by Lochcarron of Scotland
Scarves
Reference: UND/F7/IE
UND/F7/IE1   [1937]
Durham Colleges scarf of W.E. Lockwood.
Woollen scarf in thick blue and green stripes with thin grey and red stripes
Size: 1670 x 335mm
UND/F7/IE2   [c.1950s]
Durham Colleges scarf
Woollen scarf in thick blue and green stripes with thin grey and red stripes
Size: 1550 x 210mm
UND/F7/IE3   [1954]
Hatfield College scarf of Brian Ashworth
Woollen scarf in dark blue with two double thin white stripes
Size: 1550 x 210mm
UND/F7/IE4   [?c.1930s]
Hatfield College scarf
Woollen scarf in dark blue with a single double thin white stripe
Size: 1750 x 215mm
Badges
Reference: UND/F7/IF
UND/F7/IF1   [?c.1920]
Hatfield College [Lawn Tennis Club] blazer badge, owned by [William V. Walmsley (Hatfield 1910-1912)].
Embroidered badge of the college arms on a blue cloth square with “H.C.L.T.C.” above
Size: 140 x 150mm
UND/F7/IF2   1937
Durham University Cricket Club palatinate blazer pocket badge of W.E. Lockwood (captain).
Woollen blazer breast pocket with the university arms, D.U.C.C. and 1937 embroidered in gold
Size: 155 x 160mm
UND/F7/IF3   [c.1950s]
Hatfield College blazer badge
Woollen with gold thread badge of the college arms (no ermine border) mounted on dark blue
Size: 105 x 80mm
UND/F7/IF4   [c.1950s]
Hatfield College blazer badge
Woollen with gold thread badge of the college arms (no ermine border) mounted on black
Size: 105 x 80mm
UND/F7/IF5   [?1930s]
Hatfield College Football Club colours badge
Woollen dark blue badge with embroidered white lettering “H.C.F.C.”
Size: 20 x 70mm
UND/F7/IF6   [?1960s]
Hatfield College blazer badge
Woollen dark blue badge with college arms (with ermine brder) embroidered
Other Clothing
Reference: UND/F7/IG
UND/F7/IG1   [1937]
Durham University Cricket Club jersey of W.E. Lockwood.
Woollen cable-knit long-sleeve pullover, with palatinate purple bands round the sleeve ends, neck and base, with a university badge on the front
Size: c.900 x 700mm
Plaques
Reference: UND/F7/IH
UND/F7/IH1   [c.1980]
Hatfield College arms with “Vel Primus Vel Cum Primis” on a scroll beneath, produced by the York Heraldic Shield
Painted shield on a wooden mount
Size: 180 x 150 x 30mm
UND/F7/IH2   [c.1950]
College arms plaque
Wooden shield with the college arms painted on, and the motto stuck on to the lower part of the shield
Size: 360 x 310 x 15mm
Trophies
Reference: UND/F7/II
UND/F7/II1   1899
Hatfield Hall Lawn Tennis trophy awarded to H.H.M. Lefroy, with the arms and motto of the hall, with some beadwork around the stem and base.
Silver gilt goblet
Size: 160 x 85mm
UND/F7/II2   1899
D.U.B.C. Scratch Fours rowing trophy, with the names of the crew: H.N. Bridge (bow), C. Spencer (3), C.T. Simcox (2), H.A.M. Lefroy (str), J.H. Evans (cox).
Pewter glass-bottomed tankard, incised with the university arms and motto
Size: 120 x 135mm
UND/F7/II3   1900
Durham University Boat Club Trial Fours trophy for rowing, with the Hatfield Hall BC crew identified as: E. Moor 10st 2lb (bow), C.P. Clarke 11st 4lb (3), H.H.M. Lefroy 11st (2), A. Raine 10st (str), O. Victer (8st7lbs (cox).
Pewter glass-bottomed 3-handled tankard with the university arms inset in silver
Size: 180 x c.190mm
UND/F7/II4   1974
Hatfield 1974 Doubles [for ?shove ha'penny] awarded to J.C. Woolley.
Black plastic base with a silver metal roundel pivoted above, engraved
Bags
Reference: UND/F7/IJ
UND/F7/IJ1   [2017]
“Shaping the World, One Hatfielder at a Time” with the college and university arms and and yellow on blue piece of a jigsaw on the front; and the Hatfield lion with arrows and “Supplied by the Hatfield Trust” on the back
Cotton shopping bag, cream coloured
UND/F7/IJ2   [c.2010]
Hatfield College carrier bag
Plastic bag, white with the college arms, motto and title on both sides
Size: 455 x 375mm
Other Memorabilia
Reference: UND/F7/IK
UND/F7/IK1   [1906]
Hatfield Hall paperweight of [G.C.D.] Horton (1903-6).
Glass hexagonal paperweight with a picture of the hall on the base
Size: 65 x 65 x 25mm
UND/F7/IK2   [c.2010]
College rock, in blue and yellow stripes with “Hatfield College” running through it.
Stick of rock in a plastic wrapper