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  • AGD

    Gardiner, Arthur, personal papers and library Fonds

    1841-1987
    Personal papers of Arthur Gardiner, notable conscientious objector during the First World War and later Mayor of Huddersfield
    Papers include letters and diary, photographs, Conscientious Objection Tribunal and newspaper cuttings.
    Library of works (by other authors) chiefly on socialism, politics, local and national history, science, social history.
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  • AHP

    Aim Higher Project Fonds

    2006-2011
    This archive contains the records of the Aim Higher project as it happened at the University of Huddersfield. This includes planning documents, project and iniative files, reference material, evaluation and monitoring material of projects and their participants, and statistics. These are born digital records only and have been backed up on the university servers.
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  • AIR

    The Future In/Of the Past Fonds

    2017
    This collection derived from a Leverhulme funded 'Artist in Residence' project where Poulomi Desai spent time embedded in the University Archives.

    The collection contains: stainless steel archive box
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  • AJK

    Ashley Jackson Archive Fonds

    1970s
    Rushes and film footage of documentary made by ITV on Ashley Jackson in the 1970s. Also a digital copy of the documentary.

    One copy of the book Ashley Jackson's Yorkshire Moors: A Love Affair, signed and deposited by the author.
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  • ALP

    Pacey, Arnold Leslie, Sermons Archive Fonds

    1939-1983
    This collection contains the sermons and registers of Arnold Pacey, a Methodist preacher. He preached across a number of circuits in Lancashire and Yorkshire and also went to China to preach there. The collection also includes a biography and diary extracts from his wife's experiences in China when she was a missionary nurse.
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  • ASV

    Asian Voices Oral History Project Archive Fonds

    2007-2010
    Asian Voices resulted from a £50,000 Heritage Lottery Fund grant awarded in 2008 for the University of Huddersfield to document the experiences of first generation South Asian settlers through a groundbreaking oral history project. West Yorkshire has the highest concentration of South Asian origin residents outside London with particularly large communities in Bradford, Kirklees and Calderdale. Many of the first settlers migrated over fifty years ago and their experience are largely overlooked in conventional historical records.

    The Asian Voices project aimed to record oral testimonies of first generation settlers from South Asian communities across West Yorkshire in order to preserve their memories for current and future generations. The project consists of a collection of interviews which focus on two main themes: ‘migration and settlement’, and give an insight into issues such as work, worship and leisure. The research offers a window into the experience of settling into Britain and adjusting to life in a foreign environment and celebrates the role first generation South Asian settlers have played in helping to shape multi-cultural Britain.
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  • AWI

    Wilson, Alistair, Library Fonds

    1865-1986
    Part of the library of Dr Alistair Wilson, Aberdare GP and active member of the Communist Party. Includes photograph of Alistair Wilson circa 1980.

    Part of his library is in the South Wales Miners' Library.
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  • BAL

    Lockwood, Baroness Betty - Oral History Project Archive Fonds

    1976 - 2010
    The collection contains:
    1. Transcript of oral history interview of Baroness Lockwood by Clare Jenkins 25th February 2010
    2. Women and Men in Britain:A statistical profile (London: HMSO, 1986) part of the Equal Opportunities Commission
    3. Equal Opportunities Commission: Second Annual Report 1977 (London: HMSO, 1978)
    4. Catherine Marsh, Hours of Work of Women and Men in Britain (London, HMSO, 1991) part of the Equal Opportunities Commission research series
    5. Challenging inequalities between men and women: twenty years of progess, 1976 - 1996
    6. Equal Opportunities Commission 1976: The Annual Report of The Equal Opportunities Commission 1976 (London: HMSO, 1976)

    This collection will be fully catalogued by the end of Dec 2017.
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  • BAM

    Bamforth and Company Limited Collection Fonds

    20th century
    Material relating to all aspects of the output of Bamforth and Co Limited of Holmfirth, including published products and production materials. Products include postcards, greeting cards, lantern slides, photographs and calendars. Production materials include original artwork, printed proofs and photographic negatives. Also publicity material and general business archive papers. In addition there is an archive of research by Jack Sammons, paperwork from Holmfirth Postcard Museum, paperwork from Major Scherer, collection documentation, paperwork and general correspondence.

    Please note that the majority of this collection is uncatalogued and very limited information is available. If you have specific queries about this collection, please contact Kirklees Museums in the first instance tolson.museum@kirklees.gov.uk.
    This collection is owned by Kirklees Museums and Heritage Quay provides storage and some limited public access. Tolson Museum has provided a limited amount of catalogue data covering the original artwork created by Bamforth & Co only. The remainder of the collection is uncatalogued and public access may be restricted, although Heritage Quay will make reasonable endeavours to assist those who want to use the collection.

    Disclaimer: The primary artworks reflect the attitudes, perspectives, and beliefs of different times. Some of the designs of this period, including those created by black, Asian and minority ethnic or female artists, feature words, phrases, "dialect" portrayals and artistic depictions that can be considered offensive and demeaning. The University of Huddersfield does not endorse the views expressed in such designs, but is presenting this aspect of UK history in order to enable hidden narratives to be uncovered and to strengthen the coverage of under-represented or hidden narratives or unheard/disregarded voices.
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  • BCT

    Barnsley College of Technology Archive Fonds

    1948-2005
    This archive contains material relating to Barnsley Mining and Technical College, later the Barnsley College of Technology. In addition to a set of prospectuses covering the years around the 1950s, it also contains supplementary material, including officially published reports on the mining sector, training materials, a sector journal, and some sales material relating to mining equipment. It also contains a 2005 era graduation photograph from when the college became affiliated with Huddersfield as University College Barnsley.
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