Auckland University College. Council
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
A letter from the Committee to Auckland University College Council, signed by 620 members of British University staffs congratulating the University Council on its statement on academic freedom of speech following an anti-war speech by a lecturer, Mr H.D. Dickonson. The file includes a memorandum to the Librarian and an accompanying letter from D. Abercrombie, Secretary of the Provisional Committee.
A collection of letters, mainly private, to his wife; legal documents; diaries and notebooks; microfilm of press cuttings in the possession of his daughter; and various speech notes and other jottings.
Clippings book of examination papers, results and memorabilia (1908-1914); and three photograph albums (life in New Zealand before the war, during the war, and in England and Cambridge after the war).