Reference numberMDA/L
TitlePersonnel files on Royal Society staff
DescriptionEmployment history of selected members of Royal Society staff, usually containing brief details of position, qualifications, any sicknesses and leaving arrangements. The sequence covers the period of the Second World War, but is incomplete, with the alphabetically-arranged files commencing at 'H'. The files begin with obituaries of the Assistant Secretary, Robert Harrison: there is also information on other notable members of staff, including Assistant Librarians Alfred Hastings White and Bruno Stulz, and the Assistant Librarian and Assistant Secretary, Ronald Winckworth.
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