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Ref No DM1635
Title Materials relating to the history of the University of Bristol including 1968 sit-in in Senate House
Date 1912-1994
Extent 2 archive boxes
Description Materials relating to the history of the University of Bristol including 1968 sit-in in Senate House
Received from the University Secretary and the Information Office in June 1995

'A brief history of Burwalls', leaflet by Jane M. Jerrard and Derek Smith, 1994

Programme for the installation of Richard Burden, Viscount Haldane of Cloane, 17 October 1912, photocopy.

Order of procession of honorary graduands, 1912, photocopy

The Dental School, Lower Maudlin Street, by BR Williams, December 1937, black and white photograph
University students and staff on lawn of Royal Fort House, with key, 14 March 1921, black and white photograph
Group including Thomas Loveday on forecourt of the Victoria Rooms, 1930s, black and white photograph

Stafford Lightman, tape of inaugural lecture, 18 May 1995
Michael Shears, The challenge of engineering design, tape of inaugural lecture, 18 May 1995
Gianni Angelini, tape of inaugural lecture, 11 May 1995
Jonathan Ashmore, More than a billiam moving parts: the ear's inner secrets, tape of inaugural lecture, 16 May 1995
Stephen Harris, Mammals and the environment, tape of inaugural lecture, 16 May 1994

3 films (which are possibly kept separately with films)
1 x 16mm e/col. sound print: Engineering Maths O/NO AVA. 2900
Final mix, 9 August 1976, Bristol University [Opt out series]
Colour print, The first day, 16/2907V.

Enquiry into the use of time by University Academic Staff, 1969/1970. Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals of the Universities of the United Kingdom

Documents and press coverage of the student unrest of 1968 and the occupation/sit-in of Senate House, including the controversy over reciprocal membership of the Student's Union.
Includes the Complicity statement, copies of the Informal newsletter and Nonesuch, general newspaper articles, 'conspiratorial' publications such as 'Open Conspiracy', letters, minutes of meetings and statements, 1968-1969. Also newspaper coverage of student unrest in other Universities.

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