Entries in the index link to full catalogue records with digitised images where these exist.
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Includes subjects on Great British history, kings and rulers, politics and government, church and state and foreign relations. Print Literary works published in the final decade of the 19th century.
The collection also contains a small number of more recent works surveying the literary and artistic movements and ideas of the closing years of the century.
Subjects include English literature, fiction, short stories and verse.
Archive Alphonse James Albert Symons, the author, bibliophile, and gastronome, was born on 16 August 1900 in Battersea, London, of Jewish parentage, and died in Colchester, Essex, on 26 August 1941.
The collections A-Z provides summary details of named print and archive collections.
Names in the index are inclusive of people, organisations and subjects, arranged by first or most commonly known name.
Special Collections holds many individual and smaller groupings of manuscripts.
These are represented in the A-Z within artificial collections, based on types of material for example deeds, scrapbooks.
For fuller details of his life and achievements see the Dictionary of National Biography.
Archive Adrian Christopher Hastings (1929-2001) was a theologian, church historian, and priest.
Born on 29 June 1929 in Kuala Lumpur, where his father practised law, he was brought up in Great Malvern, Worcestershire as a Roman Catholic and educated at Douai Abbey, from where, in 1946, he went up to Worcester College, Oxford.