Hodgson Cricket Collection Archive Fonds
1938-2010This collection contains correspondence and books on Cricket in Yorkshire collected by him.
The Robin Adams Early Music Collection Fonds
1946-2016Collection of commercially published vinyl LP records that relate to Early Music and particularly viol music. The collection was assembled by Robin Adams, a trustee of The Viola da Gamba Society.
England Netball Archive Fonds
1919-PresentRecords of England Netball and its predecessors from the foundation of the The All England Women's Net Ball Association in 1926 with some material up to the present day.
Main series of records include:
Annual reports 1927-2016 (EN/CP/1)
Annual General Meeting minutes 1929-2001 (EN/CP/4)
Council minutes 1929-1999 (EN/CP/2/11)
Committee minutes at EN/CP/2
Rules of the game, training for umpires and player development 1919-2011 (EN/RU)
Netball Magazine 1933-2016 (EN/CR/2)
Records of competitions, domestic and international 1949-2000s (EN/CM)
Scoresheets for domestic and international matches and tournaments 1949-2017 (EN/CM)
Press cuttings 1938-2003 (EN/MD/3)
Audio visual recordings of games 1990s-2000s (EN/RE)
These records were collated and catalogued as part of a Heritage Lottery Fund project in 2016 celebrating 90 years of netball: http://www.ournetballhistory.org.uk/ led by Project Officer Helen Carter with assistance from Tasmine Castle and volunteer Elizabeth Sartori.
Friends Book Society Fonds
1834-PresentThese records reflect the history of the Friends Book Society, founded in 1834. It consists of minute books and two histories of the society. It also includes a small amount of modern material taking the history of the society up to the present day. The minutes reflect the rules of the society and how these have changed over time, the changing membership, the proposal of books, their flow around the membership and their eventual sale.
Folly Hall Mill Project Archive Fonds
c 2009This collection contains the research outputs of the community led project into investigating the working life of the Folly Hall Mill, its owners, the Lumbs, and its employees. It contains records of the administrative side of the project, including reports for the Heritage Lottery fund (HLF), records of meetings to plan the project, steering report and other administrative papers. It also includes the outputs of research, including edited and unedited video interviews and copies of photographs. It also includes a copy of the project photographic exhibition boards, and a copy of the project website, which can be located at www.follyhall.hud.ac.uk.
Frobisher Family Archive Fonds
1719-2001Family papers, photograph albums and scrapbooks. Records inherited and created by George Frobisher (1911-1997) in the course of researching and publicising his family history. Includes two day books used by members of the family in the late 18th and early 19th centuries and several 19th century photographs. The archive contains material about the explorer, Sir Martin Frobisher.
The collection is stored in an antique wooden box belonging to the Frobisher family and is arranged as follows:
FRO/1 Wooden Box
FRO/2 Day Books
FRO/3 Photographs and Photograph Albums
FRO/4 Family History Research Papers
FRO/5 Family History Scrapbooks
FRO/6 Correspondence with archivists
FRO/7 Handwritten family tree
Gas Collection Fonds
1900-1968Items relating to Clapham Brothers Ltd., of Keighley (makers of gasworks, ironfounders and general engineers) - 5 boxes.
Also a collection of 155 books relating to gas and the gas industry accumulated by Mr W. Barwick-Nicholson, employee of Clapham Brothers ltd.
Glew, George, Archive Fonds
1956 - 1990Published papers and articles either authored or co-authored by George Glew along with approximately 1000 of his 35mm slides, undated but catalogued by subject, that were probably used for lecture demonstrations. Other material features work carried out by members of Leeds University and Huddersfield Polytechnic's food science and catering research teams.
Wood, George Henry, Collection Fonds
c.1773-2005This collection comprises the majority of the personal reference library of George Henry Wood which was first deposited with Huddersfield Technical College as a long term loan in 1926 and subsequently gifted to the institution in 1948 upon Wood's death. The section of the library Wood loaned the College was predominately the Economic and statistical works and due to various subsequent removals to other institutions and some loss the collection we currently hold is not the complete original deposit. Wood gave the collection the title of 'The Library of a Sociologist' which is a good summary of the overarching theme of the collection. The majority of documents included in the library are pamphlets, either loose or bound together, covering social issues such as industrialisation, the economy and the welfare of the working people. The remaining documents are mostly biography books and manuscripts written by Wood himself. Wood was a Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society and a well renowned authority on the subject of workers' wages and conditions and so naturally a large amount of the collection is given over to such research.
The collection remains in much condition as when it was donated although some additions were made later, most notably GHW/Q (Administration), which was added by Heritage Quay archivists. Upon receiving the collection the Technical College library staff did alter the structure slightly. Previously Wood had kept the pamphlets and volumes in order of acquisition but it was decided that this needed to be changed in order to improve accessibility. The structure was later altered even further when library and archive staff split the collection into sections and subsections based on the themes covered in the documents. The sections are:
A-Economics: A/A General Economics (c.1820-1911); A/B Banking and Currency (c.1820-1920); A/C Public Finance (c.1822-1914); A/D International Trade (c.1821-1920); A/E Free Trade and Protectionism (c.1800-1910).
B-Industry: B/A General Industry (c.1832-1920); B/B Manufacturing Industries (c.1844-1914); B/C Industrial Health and Safety and Welfare (c.1868-1925); B/D Industrial Relations (c.1897-1920).
C-Labour Problems: C/A Labour (c.1816-1918); C/B Wages and Hours (c.1860-1920); C/C Unemployment (c.1893-1920); C/D Trade Unions (c.1869-1918); C/E Co-Operation (c.1872-1924).
D-Social Reform Problems: D/A General (c.1866-1909)l; D/B Philanthropy (c.1900-1901); D/C Poverty and Poor Laws (c.1818-1912); D/D Housing (c.1884-1902); D/E Health and Sanitation (c.1895-1915); D/F The
Elderly (c.1906-1925); D/G Drink, Intemperance and Gambling (c.1882-1907); D/H Crime (c.1888-1920); D/I Population (c.1821-1910).
E-Women, Children and Education: E/A Women (c.1886-1916); E/B Children (c.1903-1918); E/C Education (c.1837-2005).
F-Politics: F/A General (c.1831-1919); F/B Liberalism (c.1883-1910); F/C Socialism (c.1821-1920); F/E Fabianism (c.1891-1925); F/F Anarchism (c.1895-1906).
G-Labour Government: G/A Local Government and Municipal Control (c.1851-1911).
H-Thought and Belief: H/A Sociology (c.1860-1911); H/B Philosophy and Ethics (c.188-1901); H/C Religion (c.1870-1914).
I-Statistics (c. 183-1919)
J-Agriculture and Land (c.1843-1914)
K-Transport: K/A Railways (c.1873-1899)
L-International: L/A Ireland (c.1833-1913); L/B America (c.1838-1911); L/C France (c.1850-1904); L/D Germany (c.1896-1919); L/E Other Countries (c.1839-1922).
M-War: M/A Boer War (c.1899-1903); M/B First World War (c.1914-1918); M/C Reconstruction (c.1918-1920).
N-Economic, Social and Legal: N/A Economic and Social History (c.1834-1905); N/B Legal and Legislation (1773-1906); N/C Biography and Autobiography (c.1835-1913).
Gleneden Post-War Design Archive Fonds
1945-PresentThis archive contains the contents of the old library TrendHub, otherwise known as the Glenedoe Post-War Design Archive. Contains mostly illustrations, tracings and textile samples relating to the designs and concepts of the company.