Reference numberWF/918
Previous numbers918
TitleGrant application from the University of Hull to the Wolfson Foundation
DescriptionLetters and papers of application from John Guest Phillips, Fellow of the Royal Society and Professor at the University of Hull, to the Wolfson Foundation for a grant towards paying the salary of a research director of gerontology at the Wolfson Laboratory [later moved to the University of Liverpool].

The application was made to the Wolfson Foundation's Science and Medicine programme area.

The grant was awarded on 18 February 1979.

Amount requested, £50000
Amount paid, £50000

Contains documents marked as strictly private and confidential.

Correspondents include Fellows of the Royal Society: Professor John Guest Phillips, Lord Frederick Dainton, Professor Solly Zuckerman, Sir Cyril Clarke, Sir Peter Swinnerton-Dyer, and Dr Peter Leslie Krohn.
Extent1 file
Access statusClosed
Access conditionsPlease contact the Wolfson Foundation (0207 7323 5730) to request access to this file. For further information please go to

Review for data protection issues: personal data included.
Administrative historyPart of the Wolfson Foundation archive - in archival storage at the Royal Society.
Fellows associated with this archive
NA5175Krohn; Peter Leslie (1916 - 2009)1916 - 2009
NA2002Phillips; John Guest (1933 - 1987)1933 - 1987
NA3607Zuckerman; Solly (1904 - 1993); Baron Zuckerman of Burnham Thorpe1904 - 1993
NA3639Dainton; Frederick Sydney (1914 - 1997); Baron Dainton of Hallam Moors1914 - 1997
NA6605Clarke; Sir; Cyril Astley (1907 - 2000)1907 - 2000
NA570Swinnerton-Dyer; Sir; Henry Peter Francis (1927 - 2018)1927 - 2018
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