Reference numberMS/373
TitleLetters and papers of Sir Thomas Edward Thorpe
CreatorThorpe; Sir; Thomas Edward (1845-1925); British chemist
DescriptionScientific letters to T E Thorpe from colleagues, with documents relating to the Chemical Warfare Committee of the International Law Association. Containing also Thorpe's own letters to family members, his testimonials for work appointments and obituary notices.
Extent127 items, and 1 obituary file containing an additional 64 cuttings, bound; uncatalogued black box, contents in 3 small blue archive boxes at MS/373, Bay 069
Volume housed separately from boxes - uncatalogued
Physical descriptionVolume, brown cloth binding; uncatalogued photos, papers and printed matter.
ArrangementChronological arrangements of incoming and outgoing letters, with appended sequences of testiminals and newspaper cuttings.
Finding aidsThere is table of contents at the front of the box, and in addition the letters are catalogued in the General Card Catalogue.
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7855Thorpe; Sir; Thomas Edward (1845 - 1925); chemist1845 - 1925
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