Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = TD
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Contains: bills and postcards from Alan Greenwood's trip to the USA (1946); programmes, invitations, menus and photographs from various events, including group photographs from the Chick Producers Association conference in Bournemouth (October 1950), official Ministry of Agriculture dinner, the World's Poultry Congress, Paris (August 1951), Pakistan Embassy Lunch, World's Poultry Science Association (August 1951); and various press cuttings (1959-1960).
Scope and Contents Contains: articles about the Poultry Research Centre, menu for R.G White's retirement dinner, signed by all attendees (March 1951); copy of printed interview 'Poultry Breeding: A June Broadcast' by Alan Thompson and Alan Greenwood, menus, booklets and postcards from Greenwood's visit to the USA (1953); handwritten notes on 'remarks for Royal Society Club' (c.1963); photographs of Greenwood and colleagues as well as the Poultry Research Centre and various newspaper clippings.
Scope and Contents The collection holds a 19th century Irish manuscript with covering letter dated 1884. There are a large number of letters and postcards spanning the years 1881 to 1916. The collection also consists of notebooks on archaeological, philological and linguistic topics; drawings of archaeological artefacts; bundles of studies for The Pre- and Proto-Historic Finns; material on the tabulation of Finnish folk tales; printed items, notes, photographs of the Canary Islands; material including...
Dates: before 1881-1916
Scope and Contents Contains: personal photographs of Alan Greenwood's family, photographs of staff and work at the Poultry Research Centre and an album of postcards from Greenwood's trip to the USA and Canada (1958).
Dates: 19th century-1960s
Fonds — Volume Dk.2.1
Scope and Contents The collection of photographs and postcards shows the war devastation of Caen, June-July, 1944. The devastation is shown from different elevations, and feature not only the most prominent buildings but also the extent of the damage beyond the central area of the city. Some of the pictures show the streets and buildings of Caen before the bombings.