University of Oxford (c1096-:)
Found in 69 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Coll-33/Folio E 
Scope and Contents The Correspondence to Sir Archibald Geikie: Alexander Henry Green to Edward Townley Hardman sub-series consists of:
- 32 letters, alphabetically arranged (1855-1901)
- 2 letters from Valentine Ball (1894)
Series — Box: Dk.1.2
Identifier: Coll-33/Folio E
Scope and Contents The constitution of the Folio E papers of David Gregory follows: The documents' order is random, but the collection has several foci. One is David Gregory the academic's need for books. Numerous shopping lists for titles abroad reflect this, (one of which also includes a requirement for tea), as do inventories of other people's libraries nearer to home. Another focus in the collection is Gregory's public role...
Scope and Contents Letter from Martin Wall to Joseph Black about a chemistry course at the University of Oxford and Black's chemical furnace.
Dates: 15 November 1780
Scope and Contents Letter, , Switzerland, Sir Donald Francis Tovey to Dr Dickson. On being awarded the Nettleship scholarship to Balliol, Oxford University. Holograph unfinished.
Scope and Contents Letter, 15 December 1902, Surrey, Donald Tovey to Edward Speyer. Information about the Nettleship scholarship examinations and Balliol college. Holograph signed, L151 - L154 sewn together.
Dates: 15 December 1902
Scope and Contents Letter, 12 July 1903, Surrey, Donald Tovey to Edward Speyer. Congratulating Edward Speyer on the progress of his son Ferdie, in music, at Oxford. Holograph signed, L151 - 154 sewn together.
Dates: 12 July 1903
Scope and Contents Letter, 13 July 1903, Surrey, Donald Tovey to Ferdinand Speyer. Congratulating Ferdinand on winning the Nettleship scholarship, Balliol College Oxford and offering advice.. Holograph signed, with envelope.
Dates: 13 July 1903
Scope and Contents Letter, 11 June 1939, Suffolk, Sir Donald Francis Tovey to Robert Bruce. Thanking Bruce for his ideas about Oxford. Typescript.
Dates: 11 June 1939
Scope and Contents Letter, 10 May 1921, Oxford, C. Leuderdorf to Donald Tovey. Informing Tovey that Oxford University has decided to confer the degree of doctor of music on Tovey. Holograph signed.
Dates: 10 May 1921