Paper of PROFESSOR NEVIL VINCENT SIDGWICK, F.R.S. (1893 - 1952)
The collection, which covers the years 1892 - 1960, was assembled from various sources. Dr. L.E. Sutton, FRS, and Dr. C.J. Danby passed on various manuscripts and gave valuable advice and information.
All items are manuscript except where indicated. Titles or descriptions in inverted commas are those which appear on the manuscripts.
Listed by Jeannine Alton, Harriot Weiskittel
1892 - 1960
I. Biographical: 1 - 15
II. Material collected by Dr. Sutton 16 - 21
III. Diaries and notebooks 22 - 40
IV. Lectures 41 - 59
V. Correspondence 60 - 87
VI. Publications 88 - 95
A few letters relating to Sidgwick are in the collection of Sir Henry Tizard's papers in the Imperial War Museum, London (Ref: C.S.A.C. 21/5/74/HTT1, 1953; C.S.A.C. 21/5/74/HTT5, 1955); these may be consulted only with permission.
Material held by the History of Science Museum, Broad Street, Oxford
Ms. Museum 122: autographed programme and menu of 100th meeting of Alembic Club, letter from A.W.F. Holroyd re origin of club, typescript of minute book (1899-1910), misc. notes re club: 1899 - 1920
Ms. Museum 131: Notebook labelled on first page with name and 'Chemical Notes' containing notes on lectures by J.E. Marsh and W. Odling; also contains notes and charts on 'solubility of protein isomers': n.d
Ms. Museum 132: Royal Society memoir of Sidgwick, misc. photographs, Ms. notebook labelled 'Keto-Enolic Tautomerism. Alembic Club. 10-vi-02' containing draft of lecture(?), Ms. notebook labelled 'Tautomerism' containing draft of lecture: 1902
Ms. Museum 133: Ms. notebook labelled 'Chemical Sub-Faculty' containing minutes of meetings, drafts, list of members, misc. notes (in various hands): 1921 - 29
Ms. Museum 139: Ms. notebook labelled 'Sub-Faculty of Chemistry' containing minutes of meetings: 1930 - 34