Miscellaneous mortgage and conveyance documents for property in Downham Market, Norfolk, and in Bartby and Osgodby, North Riding of Yorkshire,Bradshaw Lane Mill Company and Fosters of Queensbury-Black Dyke Mills. Fonds
1738-1861These were found during summer 2015 without any contextual information as to provenance, and no accession information has been found. They appear to have no relation to any other items or collections held by the service. It was agreed on 16 Sep 2015 that they retained for use in palaeography sessions taught by the service.
Conveyance 22 Sept 1731
Property: All that freehold messuage or three tenements with the yard or piece of ground thereunto adjoining in Paradise Lance, Downham Market, County of Norfolk.
1. William Lingey, of Kings Lynn, County of Norfolk
Rachael Alderson, of Kings Lynn, County of Norfolk, widow
Collins Bannister, of Kings Lynn, County of Norfolk, blockmaker
2. James Smith, of Downham Market, County of Norfolk
Conveyance 8 Sept 1849
Property: All that messuage and dwellinghouse at Osgodby
1. William Mitton of Stamford, Lincolnshire, Gentleman
2. George Calvert of Osgodby, Farmer
3. George Burton of Selby, Butcher
4. Charles Hodgson of Selby, Gentleman
Mortgage 2 March 1859
Property: messuage, tenements or dwellinghouses, outbuildings and premises at Barlby and Osgodby
£1340 and interest
1. George Burton of Selby, Butcher
2. Thomas Howdle of Bollington, Farmer
Conveyance 11 March 1861
Property: cottage, tenement or dwellinghouse, land, hereditament and premises at Barlby
1. William Staniland late of Selby but now of Brayton, Gentleman
2. Robert Fallowfield of Selby, Miller
3. Charles Hodgson of Selby, Gentleman
Bradsshaw Lane Mill Company. Letter or notice detailing shares and list of officers.
Fosters of Queensbury-Black Dyke Mills. Booklet outlining information on Black Duke Mills. Pictures and text. Productions: Yarns, Plushes, Piece Department.
Textile Fabric Samples Collection Fonds
Early 20th centuryApprox. 30 volumes of samples of textile fabrics transferred from the School of Art Design & Architecture (or predecessors) sometime during the 1970s-1990s. Little is known about the source and contents of these volumes.
Sir Patrick Stewart Archive Fonds
c.1980s-PresentThis collection contains a mix of formats about a wide range of projects in Sir Patrick's career, notably a large amount of material relating to the Star Trek TV and movie series, X-men and Blunt Talk.
Some of the collection was amassed by the "Patrick Stewart Research Library" (and also possibly by the "International Audience Alliance for Patrick Stewart") and later purchased by Patrick Stewart. The International Audience Alliance for Patrick Stewart was an officially sanctioned fan club, active by 1990 until the late 1990s.
it was associated with the Patrick Stewart Research Library located in a domestic home in West Islip, New York which was a volunteer, non-profit, fan-run resource started in 1966. The Library was a reference resource freely open by appointment, and offered photocopying and audio/visual listening/viewing facilities for the purposes of "public outreach and education regarding theatre arts and the career of actor Patrick Stewart"
The IAAPS and the PSRL collected and made available "unique photographs, unusual theatrical memorabilia, many newspaper and magazine articles, as well as numerous video and audio tapes of Mr. Stewart's work in stage, screen, television and radio", as stated on a flyer of 1966.
50 boxes, 24 rolls, 2 portfolios, 1 portrait
The collection is in the process of being catalogued (Feb 2018)
Stead, Peter Collection Fonds
20th centuryDocuments relating to projects and collaborations undertaken by architect Peter Stead (1922-1999). Also includes lecture notes, correspondence, diaries, notebooks, address books, press cuttings and publications. Comprises the following series - full catalogue available in hard copy in the searchroom.
Online catalogue available http://www.catalogue.wyjs.org.uk/CalmView/Record.aspx?src=CalmView.Catalog&id=WYAS2074&pos=1 (catalogue copyright West Yorkshire Archive Service)
These series reflect the order in which the material was kept and arranged by Peter Stead
PSC/1 Projects and collaborations 1954-1999
PSC/2 Lectures and talks c.1956-1995
PSC/3 Correspondence 1955-2000
PSC/4 Administration 1958-1999
PSC/5 Photographs, slides and negatives 1953-1999
PSC/6 Universities 1963-1999
PSC/7 Certificates 1972-1989
PSC/8 Press cuttings and publications 1955-1999
PSC/9 Miscellaneous 1955-1997
Phyllis Tate Archive Fonds
c1946-1980Items relating to the composer Phyllis Tate donated by Celia Frank, Phyllis Tate's daughter. The collection is currently uncatalogued, but includes:
-61 MP3 audio files of music by Phyllis Tate. The works include: orchestral music; instrumental and chamber music; music for voice and instruments; major choral works; operas; music for schools and young people.
- 1 DVD recording of the BBC TV Opera "Dark Pilgrimage" by Phyllis Tate (digital copy transferred to archive servers).
- 36 envelopes containing records and information (reviews, programmes, newspaper cuttings) relating to individual compositions by Phyllis Tate.
- 45 songs sheet music booklets for songs arranged by Phyllis Tate and published by Oxford University Press as part of The Oxford Choral Songs series.
- 2 files containing magazine articles about Phyllis Tate and her work.
- 1 manuscript unpublished score of "Duende" by Phyllis Tate (Celia Frank believes this may be an original draft for P Tate's work "Invasion")
- 1 score of "St Martha & The Dragon" by Phyllis Tate.
Oral History of Fascism Archive Fonds
2000sDocuments relating to the Oral History Seminar Anti-Racism in Huddersfield in the 1970's held in May 2003, organised by Paul Ward, History Lecturer. Includes introduction to the Project, newspaper articles, SKAN (School Kids Against Nazis) fanzine, Communist party election leaflet 1970, pamphlet by Stephen Dorril about far right groups and individuals in Huddersfield, articles by Duncan Scott on the National Front in Local Politics, West Pakistanis in Huddersfield, and Race Today October 1971 and HACAR (Huddersfield Action Committee Against Racism), Huddersfield Council of Labour minutes, Festival of Racial Friendship, CRC (Community Relations Committee), Huddesfield Declaraion for Racial Friendship, Huddersfield Campaign against racialism, Trades Council and Marning Star Article.
Randerson Archive, Wesleyan Class Tickets Fonds
1740-1977This collection contains a large number of Wesleyan class tickets. A Wesleyan Class was a group of up to twelve worshippers, who would meet together for prayer and bible study. The Class Leader was often responsible for hosting this group, and gave out class tickets, or membership cards to members of their class. These tickets could be withheld from those unworthy of being called Methodists. These volumes contain an artifically accumulated collection, of British and some American class tickets, most mounted in albums but some loose.
Renshaw Archive Fonds
c1950s-1960sSeries of textile dyeing notebooks
Rugby Football League Archive Fonds
1880s-2014Records created by the Rugby Football League in the course of its activities as the governing body for rugby league in Britain and Ireland.
The collection includes central administrative records relating to strategic planning. These include: minute books and correspondence; annual general meeting records; annual reports; and records relating to the Rugby Football League's involvement in the All Party Parliamentary Rugby League Group. Other administrative records include central financial records; records relating to the RFL's communication with broadcasters such as the BBC and Sky television; and records relating to governance and ensuring that clubs adhere to the RFL's operational rules.
There are also large numbers of records relating to the Rugby Football League's role as a central body involved in organising competitions and tours which include British or Irish rugby league teams and clubs, including Academy (age-grade) rugby organised via professional clubs. Records relating to competitions include: administrative and financial records relating to individual tours and competitions; programmes; promotional records; kit (clothing), trophies and medals; photographs; and scorebooks.
The Rugby Football League is a central representative for rugby league in Britain and Ireland; it has therefore created and collected large numbers of records as part of its relationships with professional UK clubs, rugby league supporters, amateur rugby league organisations, international rugby league clubs and governing bodies, and other sporting bodies such as the Rugby Football Union. Records created and collected as part of these relationships include administrative records such as correspondence, reports, and policies; programmes; Official Guides (year books); club records such as histories and statistics; photographs; menus; commemorative objects; magazines.
Over the years the Rugby Football League has collected commercial publications as sources of information about the sport; these include magazines, journals and manuals on rugby league. Many of these are preserved in the archive and date from the 1940s to the 2000s. There are also some centrally collected press cuttings in the collection.
Since the 1980s the Rugby Football League has accepted donations of personal archive collections from rugby league players, administrators and supporters. These collections range from single item donations such as Albert Rosenfeld's New South Wales cap; to much larger collections such as David Hinchliffe's administrative collection relating to the All Party Parliamentary Rugby League Group and Dai Jenkins' collection of programmes, photographs, letters and clothing relating to his rugby league career. Within supporter collections there are also a large number of press cutting scrapbooks covering a range of teams, players, countries and themes.
Ward, Ruby Archive Fonds
1942-2007These records were accumulated by Miss Ruby Ward during her career as a fever nurse, midwife and health visitor in the West Yorkshire area and further afield.
The first series contains records relating to her training and qualification as a nurse in different specialities. The books in the fouth series also relate to this period. The second series contains records relating to a later reunion of students on her course, and an oral history interview where she recounts her life and work. The supplementary material in the fourth series may have been gathered in research for this interview, or collected by Miss Ward, the exact provenance is unknown. The third series contains photographs from the time of her training with her nursing colleague.