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William H. Bragg and William L. (Lawrence) Bragg: A guide to the research records of John Jenkin, 1614-2010

MSS 0144

Series 4: William Lawrence Bragg 133 cm

 

Series 4 consists of material relating to William Lawrence Bragg (widely referred to as Lawrence Bragg) son of William Henry Bragg, with whom he shared the 1915 Nobel Prize for Physics.

Material in this Series follows the life of Lawrence Bragg, born 31 March 1890, from his upbringing in Adelaide, to his service during the First World War and his later career. It includes biographical information collected on Lawrence Bragg, including his own personal reminiscences regarding his research on X-ray Crystallography, and information on his education at St. Dominic's Priory College, Queens School, St. Peter's College, the University of Adelaide and the University of Cambridge, as well as his marriage to Alice Hopkinson.

It includes material relating to his professional career and research on X-ray Crystallography for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1915 as well as material relating to the First World War and his work on Sound Ranging, including correspondence sent from Lawrence Bragg to his family and articles on War Neurosis and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Also included is material relating to Lawrence Bragg's later life as Professor at the University of Manchester, Cavendish Professor at the University of Cambridge and Director of The Royal Institution of Great Britain.

00278 Graeme Hunter, 2002-2006 1 cm
Correspondence between John Jenkin and Graeme Hunter regarding William Lawrence Bragg and John Jenkin's research. Also photocopied reviews of Graeme Hunter's book entitled "Light is a Messenger: The Life and Science of William Lawrence Bragg".

00279 William Lawrence Bragg Centenary celebrations, 1989-1990
1 cm
Photocopied articles marking the centenary of William Lawrence Bragg's birth; and correspondence to and from John Jenkin concerning centenary celebrations and the possibility of a commemoration stamp.

00280 Ockham's Razor, March 1990 - on centenary of William Lawrence Bragg's birth 1 cm
Two photocopies of script written by John Jenkin and presented on ABC Radio entitled "In celebration of the centenary of the birth of William Lawrence Bragg, born in Adelaide on 31 March 1890"; and related correspondence to and from John Jenkin. Also transcript of an interview with John Jenkin on ABC Radio Science Show regarding William Lawrence Bragg, and photocopy of a 1906 photograph of William Lawrence Bragg as an Adelaide University Undergraduate Student.

00281 Biographical, 1944-2010 3 cm
Photocopied biographies of William Lawrence Bragg; handwritten notes made by John Jenkin on Professor David Chilton Phillips and William Lawrence Bragg; photocopied obituaries of William Lawrence Bragg; various photocopied articles on the work of William Lawrence Bragg. Also photocopy of special edition of the journal "Acta Crystallographer" dedicated to William Lawrence Bragg, including articles by William Lawrence Bragg. Several articles include photographs of William Lawrence Bragg, including one with his father William Henry Bragg.

00282 Photographs, 1897-1990 1 cm

  • mounted photograph of William Lawrence Bragg as a child
  • mounted photograph of William Lawrence Bragg with the Todd family 1897
  • enlarged copy of stamp in commemoration of William Henry Bragg and William Lawrence Bragg
  • loose photograph of a house, not labelled
  • mounted biographical information on William Lawrence Bragg entitled "1990: the centenary of the birth of...".

00283 William Lawrence Bragg on William Henry Bragg - early X-ray Crystallography – Moseley, 1942-2010? 1 cm
Includes correspondence from William Lawrence Bragg regarding his father William Henry Bragg, his father's obituaries, early X-ray Crystallography, X-ray Spectra and Henry Moseley; including correspondence between William Lawrence Bragg and Paul P. Ewald.

00284 Personal Reminiscences, 1936-1970 5 cm
Photocopied articles written by William Lawrence Bragg on the development of X-ray analysis, the discovery of X-ray diffraction and achievements in X-ray crystallography. Also biography of William Henry Bragg written by William Lawrence Bragg. Several articles include photographs of William Lawrence Bragg.

00285 Trip to N.Z. and Aust. 1960 (Rutherford Memorial Lecture), 1959-1983 0.5 cm
Photocopy of The Rutherford Memorial Lecture 1960 entitled "The Development of X-ray Analysis", delivered by William Lawrence Bragg at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. Also photocopied correspondence from William Lawrence Bragg regarding his visit to Australia and New Zealand and a list of his appointments at the University of Adelaide.

00286 George Paget Thomson, 1961-1984 1 cm
Photocopied biography of George Paget Thomson, including sketch of George Paget Thomson by William Lawrence Bragg; and an article by George Paget Thomson entitled "Early Work in Electron Diffraction". Also handwritten notes by John Jenkin on the George Paget Thomson papers held at Trinity College Cambridge Library.

00287 "50 Years a Winner" BBC programme, 1965-1988 1 cm
Transcript of a BBC television programme made to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the award of the Nobel Prize in Physics to William Lawrence Bragg, which includes de Berg interview with William Lawrence Bragg; related correspondence from John Jenkin. Also photocopied letter to William Lawrence Bragg from his sister Gwendolen Bragg on the BBC broadcast.

00288 de Berg Interview, 1970-2007 1 cm
Includes information on the Hazel de Berg Recordings from the Oral History Collection of the National Library of Australia; transcript of interview with William Lawrence Bragg speaking on his family background; related correspondence to John Jenkin. Also photocopied article entitled "Oral History and the History of Science" by Alex Soojung-Kim Pang.

00289 Boyhood - Reid on Sepia braggi, 2000-2010? 2 cm
Photocopy of article in the journal "Invertebrate Taxonomy" entitled “Australian Cuttlefishes (Cephalopoda: Sepiidae): the 'doratosepion' species complex", with passages highlighted by John Jenkin.

00290 Arctosepia braggi, 1907-2009 3 cm
Correspondence between John Jenkin and The Manchester Museum regarding William Lawrence Bragg's mollusc collection; photocopied articles on Arctosepia braggi; photocopied extracts from "Reminiscences of Felix Kingston Barton" which includes details of the discovery of Sepia braggi by William Lawrence Bragg.

00291 Schooling - St. Dominics, 1936-1999 1 cm
Handwritten notes by John Jenkin and correspondence between John Jenkin and St. Dominic's Priory College regarding William Lawrence Bragg's time there. Also photocopied articles and newspaper cuttings on St. Dominic's Priory.

00292 Schooling - Queens School, 1900?-2000 1 cm
Queen's School Prospectus; articles and newspaper cuttings on Queen's School; handwritten notes and correspondence to and from John Jenkin regarding Queen's School.
See also Series 4 item 00589

00293 Schooling - St. Peter's School College, 1985-2005 2 cm
Photocopied newspaper articles on St. Peter's College; correspondence to and from John Jenkin regarding William Lawrence Bragg's time at St. Peter's College; printed catalogue of the Archives of the Collegiate School of St. Peter. Also photographs of SPSC Memorial Hall after a fire in 1985 and photocopied newspaper article on the restoration of the hall.

00294 Braggs at St. Peter's School College, 1901-2010? 5 cm
Handwritten notes by John Jenkin on William Lawrence Bragg and Robert Charles Bragg's time at St. Peter's College; photocopied extracts of the University of Adelaide Calendar 1901-1908 regarding examinations taken by William Lawrence Bragg; photocopied letter from William Lawrence Bragg to his parents William Henry Bragg and Gwendoline Bragg (née Todd) regarding school, April 1901. Also photocopied letter to William Lawrence Bragg from his grandfather Charles Todd regarding his success in his exams; and a biography of Henry Girdlestone, Headmaster of St Peter's College.

00295 St. Peter's College School - School Magazine/ School Lists/ Sports Programmes/ Literary and Debating Society, 1901-2010 4 cm

  • Handwritten notes by John Jenkin on mention of William Lawrence Bragg and Robert Charles Bragg in the St. Peter's College School Magazine; photocopied extracts from the St. Peter's College School Magazine detailing William Lawrence Bragg and Robert Charles Bragg's involvement in various school activities.
  • Photocopied extracts from The Head Master's Report, 1902-1910; handwritten notes by John Jenkin from the St. Peter's College School Lists on William Lawrence Bragg and Robert Charles Bragg.
  • Handwritten notes by John Jenkin from the St. Peter's College Sports Programme on William Lawrence Bragg and Robert Charles Bragg.
  • Photocopied extracts from the Minute Book of the St. Peter's College Literary and Debating Society on William Lawrence Bragg.

00296 St. Peter's College School - General Correspondence, 1981-2006 0.5 cm
Correspondence between John Jenkin and Collegiate School of St. Peter regarding William Lawrence Bragg and Robert Charles Bragg.

00297 Adelaide University – Exams, 1906-1981 2 cm
Includes sketch by John Jenkin of the Roll of Honour in the Mitchell Building, University of Adelaide; handwritten notes and photocopied extracts from the University of Adelaide Calendars on William Lawrence Bragg's exam papers and results.

00298 Adelaide University and Cambridge (William Henry Bragg) – Exams, 1884-2005 1.5 cm
Includes correspondence to John Jenkin regarding the examinations taken by William Lawrence Bragg at the University of Adelaide and photocopies of exam papers sat by William Lawrence Bragg, 1906-8. Also photocopies of William Henry Bragg's Maths Tripos Papers from Cambridge University, 1884-5.

00299 Adelaide University - Astronomical Society of South Australia, 1908-1994 0.5 cm
Photocopied leaflet on the Astronomical Society of South Australia; photocopied articles on seismographs; article by William Lawrence Bragg entitled "The Art of Talking about Science". Also newspaper cutting on a meeting of the Astronomical Society, at which William Lawrence Bragg "explained the nature of earthquake waves".

00300 Trinity College, Cambridge - Ernest William Barnes (tutor), 1912-2001 2 cm
Photocopied articles and biographies on Bishop Ernest William Barnes; handwritten notes and correspondence to and from John Jenkin on Bishop Ernest William Barnes; handwritten notes on Robert Alfred Herman; copied extracts from the term ledger of Ernest William Barnes regarding William Lawrence Bragg.

00301 Cambridge University - Tripos Studies, 1909-2010? 2 cm
Handwritten notes by John Jenkin from the Cambridge University Calendar and Cambridge University Reporter regarding William Lawrence Bragg's exams, scholarships and lectures; photocopied exam papers; correspondence to and from John Jenkin regarding William Lawrence Bragg's time at Cambridge University. Also photocopied correspondence from William Lawrence Bragg regarding his course and C.T.R. Wilson's lectures; biography of Charles Thomson Rees Wilson, and photocopied articles on Cambridge University and the Tripos examinations.

00302 Cambridge - Cavendish Laboratory, 1909-2003 5 cm
Photocopied articles on the Cavendish Laboratory; biography of William Barlow and William Jackson Pope; handwritten notes made by John Jenkins on interviews with Professor Sir Brian Pippard and W.H. Taylor; photocopy of William Lawrence Bragg's Cambridge notebook. Also correspondence to and from William Lawrence Bragg while at Cambridge University, including letters to his father William Henry Bragg.

00303 Cambridge - Early crystallography, 1962-2004 1.5 cm
Photocopied articles on early crystallography, including an article on the history of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 1818-1969.

00304 Cambridge - Early X-ray Crystallography, 1909-2010? 3 cm
Photocopied articles by William Lawrence Bragg on X-rays and Crystals; photocopied article by Arthur Schuster entitled "An Introduction to the Theory of Optics". Also photocopy of note by Henry E. Armstrong published in Nature entitled "Poor Common Salt!" criticizing the work of William Lawrence Bragg; and letter from H.A. Krebs to William Lawrence Bragg regarding Henry E. Armstrong.

00305 Alice Hopkinson/Bragg, 1922?-2002 1 cm
Letter from Alice Bragg to John Jenkin regarding his book on the Bragg family; photocopied index to book entitled "Engineering at Cambridge University" regarding the Hopkinson family; hand-drawn Hopkinson family tree. Also copied letter from Alice Hopkinson to William Henry Bragg shortly after her engagement to William Lawrence Bragg; copied photograph of William Lawrence Bragg and his wife [Alice Hopkinson] in the “History Newsletter” taken October 1951.

00306 Lady Alice Bragg's death (1899-1989) 0.5 cm
Photocopied obituaries of Lady Alice Bragg (née Hopkinson) and newspaper cuttings announcing her death. Also correspondence between John Jenkin and Stephen Bragg and Margaret Bragg regarding the death of their mother Lady Alice Bragg.

00307 War Neurosis - Trauma - Trench Warfare, 1946-2004 3 cm
Photocopied articles on war neurosis, trauma and the aftermath of war. Also photocopied articles on trench warfare on the Western Front during the First World War.

00308 War Neurosis - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, 1999-2005 2 cm
Photocopied articles and web pages relating to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD); handwritten notes by John Jenkin regarding William Lawrence Bragg and PTSD.

00309 War Neurosis - Peter Hosking re William Lawrence Bragg, 1989-2002 1 cm
Notes made by John Jenkin on the effect of the First World War on William Lawrence Bragg and other sources of stress. Also article entitled "Davy and Faraday: Fathers and Sons" by David M. Knight.

00310 John Raftery and War Neurosis, 2000 2 cm
Photocopied papers by John Raftery on war neurosis in the Australian military WWI-WWII.

00311 Sound Ranging - William Lawrence Bragg’s WWI Military Service, 1978-2008 5 cm
Photocopied correspondence to and from Dr. F.A. Lindemann regarding sound ranging, and a chronology of the development of sound ranging. Also material relating to William Lawrence Bragg's military service; photocopied articles on the Third Battle of Ypres (also known as the Battle of Passchendaele); photocopied article entitled "Cambridge between Two Wars".

00312 Geof Lennon on Sound-Ranging (WWII), 1996-2005 1 cm
Floppy disk and hard copy of Geof Lennon's notes on the Sound Ranging affair; and related correspondence between John Jenkin and Geof Lennon.

00313 Wilson [Trevor Wilson] on WWI, 1986-2001 1 cm
Photocopied extracts from book by Trevor Wilson entitled "The Myriad Faces of War: Britain and the Great War, 1914-1918". Also copy of an email sent to Trevor Wilson from John Jenkin; and notes made by John Jenkin on a phone call to Trevor Wilson in 2001.

00314 Sound Ranging post-WWI, 1919-1999 1 cm
Photocopied newspaper cuttings and an account by William Lawrence Bragg on the development of sound ranging. Also photocopied correspondence to and from William Lawrence Bragg regarding sound ranging.

00315 Articles on Sound Ranging – WWI, 1917-2008 3 cm
Photocopied articles on sound ranging in the First World War, including "Artillery Survey in the First World War" by William Lawrence Bragg, Major-General A.H. Dowson and Lieutenant Colonel H.H. Fleming; and John Jenkin’s "Lawrence Bragg and Sound-Ranging", in Wartime, Issue 51.

00316 Sound-ranging - MacLeod and Chasseaud, 1919-2010? 1 cm
Articles on sound-ranging by Peter Chasseaud and Roy MacLeod; and related correspondence to and from John Jenkin. Also photocopied article: "German War Maps and Survey" by Arthur R. Hinks. Also handwritten sound ranging calculations and notes by John Jenkin.

00317 Sound Ranging staff, 1917-1987 1 cm
Biographies of Harold Roper Robinson, Edward Neville da Costa Andrade and Reginald William James; and photocopied articles from Nature on the sound of gun fire. Also photocopied letter from William Lawrence Bragg to Edward Neville da Costa Andrade regarding Harold Roper Robinson.

00318 New Science in WWI - Sound Ranging, 1919-2000 3 cm
Photocopied articles on sound ranging in the First World War. Also photocopied memoir of Evan Maclean Jack; and photocopied correspondence from Evan Maclean Jack to William Lawrence Bragg.

00319 Documents ex UK Public Record Office and Guy Hartcup, 1917-1989 2 cm
Material on sound ranging from UK Public Record Office: photocopied articles on sound ranging, patent for improvements to microphones, photocopied correspondence from William Lawrence Bragg to William Sansome Tucker regarding sound ranging and microphones. Also correspondence from Major William Sansome Tucker regarding his experiments with microphones including a statement of his qualifications; and related correspondence between John Jenkin and Guy Hartcup, and a photograph labelled "Tucker apparatus".

00320 WWI - Sound-Ranging, 1917-2010? 2 cm
Documents ex UK Public Record Office and Guy Hartcup. Photocopied cutting from the London Gazette listing the award of the Military Cross and OBE to William Lawrence Bragg; photocopied service record for William Lawrence Bragg; photocopied correspondence from William Lawrence Bragg to William Sansome Tucker. Also photocopied proceedings of the conference for sound ranging officers; photocopies of the weekly sound ranging reports.

00321 Rob O'Hara at Kew (Public Record Office, UK) – re William Lawrence Bragg] and sound ranging, 2004 .5 cm
Correspondence between John Jenkin and Robert O'Hara regarding William Lawrence Bragg, sound ranging, and material held on the subject by The National Archives in the UK.

00322 The Australian magazine - "Our Finest Hour", 1993 0.5 cm
Anniversary edition of The Australian entitled "Our Finest Hour: Australia on the Western Front 1916-1918".

00323 British Official History of Great War - Military Operations - re William Lawrence Bragg and sound ranging, 1922-1947 5 cm
Photocopied extracts from the "History of the Great War: Based on Official Documents" regarding William Lawrence Bragg and sound ranging. Includes extract on the surrender of Germany from book "A History of the Great War" by John Buchan.

00324 Royal Institution MS WLB 37A/1/38-40 - Alice Todd to Daughter Gwendoline Bragg, 1892-c. 1895 0.5 cm
Transcribed and photocopied correspondence from Alice Todd to Gwendoline Bragg.

00325 Royal Institution MS WLB 37A/2 - William Lawrence Bragg and Robert Charles Bragg to parents, 1897-1909
3 cm
Photocopied correspondence from William Lawrence Bragg to his parents William Henry Bragg and Gwendoline Bragg. Photocopied correspondence from Robert Charles Bragg to his parents William Henry Bragg and Gwendoline Bragg. Also photocopied "juvenile drawings" by William Lawrence Bragg.

00326 Royal Institution MS WLB 37A/3 - Family Letters and Sundries, 1883-1909 1 cm
Photocopied sports programmes from St. Peter's College; programme for Torrens Park Theatre production featuring William Henry Bragg; programme of concert on board T.S.S. Warratah. Also correspondence between the Bragg family, 1899-1907.

00327 Royal Institution MS WLB 37A/4 - William Lawrence Bragg and WWI, 1909-1919 1 cm
Photocopied material relating to William Lawrence Bragg's military service including discharge certificate, letters patent appointing William Lawrence Bragg Second Lieutenant in the Leicestershire Royal Horse Artillery and completed army book.

00328 Royal Institution MS WLB 37A/5 - William Lawrence Bragg to parents in WWI (1914) 1 cm
Photocopied correspondence from William Lawrence Bragg to his parents William Henry Bragg and Gwendoline Bragg during the First World War.

00329 Royal Institution MS WLB 37A/6 - William Lawrence Bragg to parents and Gwendolen Bragg in WWI (1915) 4 cm
Photocopied correspondence from William Lawrence Bragg to his parents, William Henry Bragg and Gwendoline Bragg, and his sister Gwendolen Bragg.

00330 Royal Institution MS WLB 37B/1 - William Lawrence Bragg to parents etc in WWI (1916), 1916-1962 5 cm
Photocopied correspondence from William Lawrence Bragg to his parents, William Henry Bragg and Gwendoline Bragg, and his sister Gwendolen Bragg. Includes a letter from William Lawrence Bragg to a Sir Lawrence in 1962.

00331 Royal Institution MS WLB 37B/2 - William Lawrence Bragg to family in WWI (1917) 2 cm
Photocopied correspondence from William Lawrence Bragg to his parents, William Henry Bragg and Gwendoline Bragg, and his sister Gwendolen Bragg. Includes a handwritten statement on Cecil Hopkinson, undated.

00332 Royal Institution MS WLB 37B/3 - William Lawrence Bragg to family in WWI, 1918-1919 5 cm
Photocopied correspondence from William Lawrence Bragg to his parents, William Henry Bragg and Gwendoline Bragg, and his sister Gwendolen Bragg.

00333 Royal Institution MS WLB 37B/4 - William Lawrence Bragg to family in WWI, [c. 1914-c. 1918] 1 cm
Photocopied correspondence from William Lawrence Bragg to his parents, William Henry Bragg and Gwendoline Bragg, and his sister Gwendolen Bragg. Also photocopied announcement in German entitled "English do not kill any prisoners".

00334 Royal Institution MS WLB 37B/5 - Gwendoline Bragg correspondence, 1916-1918 0.5 cm
Contains correspondence to Gwendoline Bragg mostly regarding William Lawrence Bragg.

00335 Royal Institution MS WLB 37B/35 - Winifred Deighton Notes, c. 1968 0.5 cm
Typed notes by Winifred Deighton on William Lawrence Bragg, University College, Davy Faraday Laboratory and the Royal Institution. Handwritten note at top reads: "sent by request to Gwendolen Caroe [née Bragg] - about 1968".

00336 William Lawrence Bragg – Later, 1941-2003 2 cm
Photocopied journal kept by William Lawrence Bragg entitled "Voyage to Canada in Convoy, 1941"; copy of a lecture delivered by William Lawrence Bragg in 1967 entitled "The Spirit of Science"; various articles on the history of the National Physical Laboratory (NPL). Includes various articles which refer to William Lawrence Bragg; and photocopy of a page from The Age entitled "Thank you, Sir William Bragg" with a large sketch of William Lawrence Bragg.

00337 University of Manchester - General articles, 1938-2005 1 cm
Articles referring to William Lawrence Bragg's time at Manchester; photocopy of special issue of Acta Crystallographica for William Lawrence Bragg's eightieth birthday including articles by William Lawrence Bragg entitled "Early Days" and "Manchester Days". Article on the Physics Department at the University of Manchester by William Lawrence Bragg; and photocopy of a letter from Lady Alice Bragg to David Phillips regarding William Lawrence Bragg's memoir.

00338 William Lawrence Bragg – Manchester – Publications, 1920-1922 2 cm
Photocopied articles written by William Lawrence Bragg while he was Professor at the University of Manchester.

00339 Letter William Lawrence Bragg to William Henry Bragg 1919-1921 2 cm
Photocopied correspondence from William Lawrence Bragg to William Henry Bragg mainly regarding research work. Photocopy of an article entitled "X-rays and Crystal Structure" by William Lawrence Bragg and William Henry Bragg.

00340 Correspondence - William Lawrence Bragg to Niels Bohr and Max von Laue, 1924-1986 0.5 cm
Handwritten list of correspondence between William Lawrence Bragg and Niels Bohr with short descriptions of each letter; photocopy of a letter from William Lawrence Bragg to Max von Laue regarding research students. Also correspondence between John Jenkin and the University of Manchester regarding material held on William Lawrence Bragg.

00341 Cavendish Laboratory - Articles and correspondence, 1938-2006 5 cm
Articles on William Lawrence Bragg, molecular biology and the Cavendish Laboratory; and articles on the Cavendish Laboratory by William Lawrence Bragg. Also photocopied correspondence to Max Born from William Lawrence Bragg and William Henry Bragg. Also photocopied Letters to the Editor in The Times newspaper by William Lawrence Bragg regarding education and science after World War II.

00342 Crystallography societies, 1989-2004 0.5 cm
Photocopied articles entitled "The International Union of Crystallography: Its Formation and Early Development" by Harmke Kamminga, and "Prehistory of the British Crystallographic Association" by David Blow and Stephen Wallwork.

00343 Articles - Molecular Biology - Double Helix, 1960-2005 5 cm
Photocopied articles on molecular biology, DNA and the discovery of the double helix, including articles by William Lawrence Bragg.

00344 Perutz, 2002-2008 1 cm
Includes printed information on an exhibition of the work of the Festival Pattern Group inspired by diagrams of atomic structures entitled "From Atoms to Patterns"; photocopy of an article entitled "I wish I'd made you angry earlier: How W.L. Bragg invented X-ray Analysis" by Max Perutz. Also photocopied newspaper cuttings of obituaries for Max Perutz.

00345 Crick, 1962-2004 0.5 cm
Photocopied correspondence from Francis Crick to William Lawrence Bragg and photocopied newspaper cuttings of obituaries for Francis Crick.

00346 William Lawrence Bragg - Director Royal Institution, 1920-1987 0.5 cm
Includes notice in Nature of the appointment of William Lawrence Bragg as Fullerian Professor of Chemistry and director of the Institution's laboratories; photocopy of a letter from N.R. Campbell to William Lawrence Bragg regarding Edward Neville da Costa Andrade; articles by William Lawrence Bragg on the responsibilities and qualities of a scientist; transcribed letter from William Lawrence Bragg to Howard Florey on the technique of giving lectures.

00589 Queens School - WWI Memorial Board, 2004-2009 0.5 cm
Drawing of a building, possibly Queen's School, printed on photographic paper and a photograph of the Queen's School WWI Memorial Board, with related correspondence between John Jenkin and Peter Gurner.
See also Series 4 item 00292

 

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