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  • ISM

    Incorporated Society of Musicians, Huddersfield Branch Fonds

    1928-1982
    This archive contains the committee minutes and organisational papers for the Huddersfield branch of the society of musicians. The society was active in representing the interests of professional musicians.
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  • JBS

    'The Junior Bookshelf ' Collection Fonds

    1936-1990s
    Records, books, booklets and objects relating to the children's literary journal published in Huddersfield.

    Includes a complete series of the published magazine, letters from children's authors and journal subscribers, draft articles from contributors and financial records. In addition, some printing blocks for the magazine's illustrations survive, as does a short account of its history written by the editor. There are records relating to children's libraries and librarianship, publishing for children, as well as material relating to literary awards.

    Arrangement:
    JBS/1 The Journal Bookshelf Journal and Related Publications
    JBS/2 Editors' Files
    JBS/3 Financial Records
    JBS/4 Subscribers' Records
    JBS/5 Miscellaneous Records and Objects
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  • JHW

    Whitley, John Henry, Archive Fonds

    1876- 2011
    Collection documents the varied career and personal life of John Henry Whitley. Whitley's occupations included Halifax mill owner, champion of universal education, revered local politician, Speaker of the House of Commons, Chairman of the Royal Commission on Labour in India and Chairman of the BBC.

    The archive includes letters from Winston Churchill and King George V and the autographs of Gandhi, Benito Mussolini and cricketer Wilfred Rhodes.

    The collection is split into 8 sections: reference sources relating to J. H. Whitley; scrapbooks compiled by the Whitley family; personal papers, correspondence and photographs relating to Whitley's career and family life; press cuttings referring to J.H. Whitley; a series of cartoons from Punch magazine commenting on Whitley's career; a section concentrating on the history of Whitley councils; material relating to Whitley's relationship with his school, Clifton College and information relating to the General Strike of May 1926.
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  • JOC

    O'Connell, John Archive Fonds

    1990s
    1. Transcript of his unpublished book 'A Guide to English Grammar and Exercises in Sentence Construction', rejected by the publisher 'as too out of date'.
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  • JOG

    Ogle Needlework Library Fonds

    1958-2003
    Library of fashion and pattern-making books, deposited by Jo Ogle
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  • JPK

    Josef Petraczek Collection Fonds

    1880s-1920s
    This archive contains the personal papers of a scientific gentleman, Josef Petracek, that were discovered amongst the papers of a Huddersfield Technical College professor. The box of papers contain a personal archive including correspondence, photographs, educational records and lifestyle documents about his life in Vienna and in Huddersfield, where he worked in chemical engineering. Many of the documents are in an early 20th century form of German.
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  • JPM

    Mallalieu, Sir Joseph Percival William, MP Archive Fonds

    1927-1992
    The collection comprises the literary, political and personal papers of Sir Joseph Percival William Mallalieu (1908-1980), MP, journalist, author and naval officer. The records include: copies of JPW Mallalieu's publications and reviews of his literary works (1942-1985); records concerning Mallalieu's political career (1911-1979) as Labour MP for Huddersfield, 1945-1950, and Huddersfield East, 1950-1979, including both his work in his constituency and as a Minister of State in Harold Wilson's government, 1964-1970; and personal papers (1927-1992) collected by JPW Mallalieu and his wife, Lady Rita Mallalieu, including family correspondence and newspaper cuttings and photographs concerning the Mallalieu family and their careers.
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  • JRS

    Julian Rushton collection of letters from Elizabeth Maconchy and Phyllis Tate Fonds

    1971-1973
    Five letters from Elizabeth Maconchy and seven letters from Phyllis Tate to Julian Rushton concerning a composition competition held at the Wangford Festival, Suffolk in the 1970s. Julian Rushton was the co-ordinator of the festival and Phyllis Tate and Elizabeth Maconchy were the expert judges of the competition.
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  • KAY

    A W Kaye, Violinist: Research and Correspondence Fonds

    1908-1974
    Research material gathered and created by Paul Wade. Includes photographs of orchestra, information on pupils etc. of the Huddersfield-based violin teacher, conductor and musician Arthur W Kaye.

    2 x photographs of the Huddersfield Permanent Orchestra in Huddersfield Town Hall, c1930s

    1 x folder of biography of Kaye by Paul Wade (manuscript). 1974

    1 x folder of records used for production of biography in 1974.

    1 x file of research material, including assorted clippings, letters and notes, gathered in 1974 and dating from the 1920s onwards.

    2 x concert programmes, 1915 and 1925-1926

    1 x Huddersfield School of Music syllabus 1908

    3 x Photographs of Reginald Stead ('Reggie Stead').
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  • KIA

    Kirklees Image Archive Fonds

    Late 19th century-20th century
    Photographic archive containing over 250,000 negatives (predominantly glass plates), prints and lantern slides. Images date back to later 19th century and the vast majority relate to the Kirklees area and are topographical in nature. The collection can be divided into two main sections - those taken before 1940 which were acquired through purchase and donation by individual museums, and secondly the photographic archive of the Huddersfield Daily Examiner for the period 1948-1984.

    The website http://www.kirkleesimages.org.uk/ contains 61,842 images from the collection; the website can be browsed, searched and prints can be purchased.

    Please note that the majority of this collection is uncatalogued and very limited information is available other than the Kirklees Image Archive website http://www.kirkleesimages.org.uk/. 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.
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