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THE ROYAL COMMISSION ON HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS Report on the papers and correspondence of THOMAS NEVILLE GEORGE (1904-1980) Geologist deposited in The National Museum of Wales, Cardiff and Glasgow University Archives Reproduced for the Contemporary Scientific Archives Centre (CSAC 101/5/84) by THE ROYAL COMMISSION ON HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS Quality House, Quality Court, Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1HP 1984 All rights reserved no. 84/13 CSAC 101/5/84 CONTEMPORARY SCIENTIFIC ARCHIVES CENTRE British National Committee for the History of Science, Medicine and Technology under the guidance of the Royal Society’s Catalogue of the papers and correspondence of THOMAS NEVILLE GEORGE FRS (1904 - 1980) Compiled by: Jeannine Alton Julia Latham- Jackson Peter Harper Part 1 Wales: deposited in the National Museum of Wales, Cardiff Part 2 Scotland: deposited in the Archives of the University of Glasgow All rights reserved 1984 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 The work of the Contemporary Scientific Archives Centre, and the production of this catalogue, are made possible by the support of the following societies and institutions: The Biochemical Society The Charles Babbage Foundation for the History of Information Processing The Institute of Physics The Institution of Electrical Engineers The Institution of Mechanical Engineers The Nuffield Foundation The Rhodes Trustees The Royal Society of London The Wolfson Foundation T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 2 NOT ALL THE MATERIAL IN THE COLLECTION IS YET AVAILABLE FOR CONSULTATION. ENQUIRIES REGARDING PART 1 WALES SHOULD BE ADDRESSED IN THE FIRST INSTANCE TO: _ THE DIRECTOR, NATIONAL MUSEUM OF WALES, CARDIFF, CF1 3NP. ENQUIRIES REGARDING PART 2 SCOTLAND SHOULD BE ADDRESSED IN THE FIRST INSTANCE TO: THE ARCHIVIST, THE UNIVERSITY, GLASGOW G12 8QQ. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 GENERAL INTRODUCTION LIST OF CONTENTS Items Page SUMMARY OF THE CAREER OF T.N. GEORGE PART 1 WALES SECTION A NOTEBOOKS AND RESEARCH MATERIAL A.1-A.53 A.1. -A.47 Notebooks A.48-A.51 Research on the Gower Peninsula A.52, A.53 Miscellaneous 10 10 SECTION B LECTURES B.1-B.41 nl B.1 -B.6 University College, Swansea lectures B.7 -B.13 University Extension lectures B.14-B.41 General lectures SECTION C CONSULTANCIES C.1-C.61 List of contents SECTION D PUBLICATIONS D.1-D.39 PART 2 SCOTLAND SECTION E GLASGOW UNIVERSITY E.1-E.130 E.1 =E.32 Research material E.33-E.51 Department of geology E;52-E..55 Other University departments E.56-E.58 Central administration E.59-E.130 Newbattle Abbey With an introductory note 1] 12 13 17 17 3] 35 37 39 40 Al T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 SECTION F LECTURES AND PUBLICATIONS F.1 -F.6 Glasgow University lectures F.7 -F.36 General lectures F.37-F.70 Publications F.71-F.79 Correspondence on lectures and publications 48 5] 55 SECTION G VISITS AND CONFERENCES G.1-G.10 58 SECTION H COMMITTEES AND ORGANISATIONS H.1-H.90 60 List of contents SECTION J CORRESPONDENCE J.1-J.135 74 SECTION K BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL K.1-K.31 INDEX OF INDIVIDUALS, ORGANISATIONS AND FIRMS 87 90 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 GENERAL INTRODUCTION PROVENANCE 5 The material was received at various dates 1982 and 1983 from Dr. Sarah Davies (widow) through the courtesy of the staff of the University Archives, Glasgow, and of the Archivist of the Midland Bank, London. DESCRIPTION OF THE COLLECTION As will be seen from the summary of George's career, his academic life was divided between Swansea (1920-47) and Glasgow (1947-80). It was his wish, and that of his widow, that the disposition of his papers and research material should reflect his attachment to both Wales and Scotland, and the present catalogue accordingly covers two places of deposit. Part 1 Wales describes material held at the National Museum of Wales, Cardiff, where George's reprint collection is already housed. Sections A and D relate to George's research and publications on Welsh rocks, especially of the Gower Peninsula, which were his lifelong interest. work as adviser to industrial firms and official bodies on various aspects of mineral Section C includes documents of some interest on George's resources and development in Wales. There is material respecting a major wartime consultancy with British Industrial Solvents Limited at Port Talbot, and also for Swansea Corporation in the mid-1940s and again in the early 1960s: in respect of thelatter, George received copies of reports, statistical information and the like covering geo- logical surveys in the Swansea area in the 1920s when the Corporation's geological adviser had been O.T. Jones FRS. Part 2 Scotland, held in the Archives of the University of Glasgow, while also including material on research and publications during George's later career, is characterised by the substantial amount of committee work he undertook at both national and inter- national level. Although a complete record ofthis aspect of his activity has not sur- vived, Section H nevertheless preserves documentation for two ofhis principal interests: stratigraphical classification, and the teaching of geology in schools and universities. There is also material in Section E relating to George's involvement in Newbattle Abbey, the Scottish Adult Residential College. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Both parts of the collection reflect George's active commitment to adult education. In his earlier years he gave regular lectures to University Extension and similar adult education classes on an impressively wide range of topics (Section B), and the same interest continued in Scotland albeit less clearly delineated (Section F). Both these Sections include lectures or talks on topics such as science and society, the value and content of adult education in a democracy, and thelike. FURTHER MATERIAL George's specimen and fossil collection is held at the Hunterian Museum, Glasgow. ACKNOWLEDGMENT We are grateful to Dr. W.S. McKerrow, Department of Geology and Mineralogy, Oxford, for advice in identifying and describing some of the material. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 SUMMARY OF CAREER OF T.N. GEORGE b.1904 1920-26 1926-28 1928-30 1930-33 m. 1932 1933 1947-74 1959-60 1963 1963 1968-70 1970-71 1975 Swansea University College, Swansea St. John's College, Cambridge Part-time Demonstrator in Geology, University College, Swansea Geological Survey Dr. Sarah Davies Professor of Geology, University College, Swansea Professor of Geology, Glasgow University President, Asectation of University Teachers Election to Fellowship of the Royal Society Lyell Medal, Geological Society of London President, Geological Society of London President, Association of Teachers of Geology Kelvin Prize, Royal Philosophical Society T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 SECTION A NOTEBOOKS AND RESEARCH MATERIAL _A.1-A.53 A.1 -A.47 Notebooks A.48-A.51 Research on the Gower Peninsula A.52, A.53 Miscellaneous A.1-A.47 NOTEBOOKS A.1-A.6 A sequence of six Swansea Intermediate School notebooks used for undergraduate notes at University College, Swansea, from October 1920. "Practical Chemistry’ This is a record of work performed at the Chemical Laboratory of University College, Swansea. Pieces of work are ticked and initialled by D.G. Hopkins, Senior Assistant Lecturer. Session 1920-21. A.2 "Geology Notes I' Ms. notes, diagrams and tables of minerals, geological time scale. of notebook used. There is a paginated sequence 1-105. Both ends A.3 "Geology NotesII' Continuation of preceding. on recto, with many pages unused. additional notes on verso, and loose diagrams offossils. There are alsoa few The notes are paginated 113-134 A.4 A.5 "Petrology Notes' Unpaginated. Recto only used. "Palaeontology Notes’ Unpaginated. Both ends of notebook used. front and back. Loose papers at "Stratigraphy Notes' Unpaginated. Both ends of notebook used. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 1 Wales: notebooks and research material A.7-A.9 Three soft-cover Swansea Education Committee exercise books, used for undergraduate notes at University College, Swansea. A.7 A.8 A.9 A.10-A.24 A.25-A.30 A.31-A, 36 A.37-A.39 A.40, A.A] A.40 A.4l Notes of Honours Geology lectures on 'The Geology of the Lake District', 'The Geology of the Scottish Highlands' and 'The Geology of Wales'. Both ends of exercise book used. Notes and diagrams on ‘Palaeontology’. Notes on 'Optics' and ‘Electricity’. book used. Both ends of exercise 15 small soft-cover notebooks used by George at University College, Swansea, for notes on the literature, principally palaeontology. n.d. 6 small soft-cover notebooks with records of Welsh field excursions. n.d. 6 small soft-cover notebooks used by George at St. John's College, Cambridge (1926-28) for notes on the literature and field notes, principally palaeontology. 3 larger format note and sketch exercise books, St. John's College, Cambridge, with palaeontology notes and diagrams. Two hard-backed metal-clasp Geological Survey of England and Wales notebooks . Pencil and ink sketches of geological sections of sites in Worcester- shire, dated April 1930 and April 1931. "Alex. Harbour. Aug.28 1937'. Very many pages unused. Also pencil sketch of Field records, various locations in England and Wales, 1932 and 1933. Very many pages unused. A.42-A.46 Five hard-backed sketchbooks used by George at University College, Swansea. of Geology in 1933. n.d. but probably after his return as Professor Diagrams of fossils. ‘Palaeontology’. Three of the five sketchbooks headed A.47 Small format notebook, with records of field excursions. n.d. Some loose pages. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 10 Part 1 Wales: notebooks and research material A.48-A. 51 RESEARCH ON THE GOWER PENINSULA A.48 ‘Structure of Gower: Joints' Ms. notes, diagrams and bibliographical references from a folder so described by George. 1989. The date of the latest reference is A.49 "Gower Structures’ Ms. notes, diagrams and annotated maps from a folder so des- cribed by George. A.50, A.51 Gower maps annotated by George. 2 folders. A.52, A.53 MISCELLANEOUS A.52 A.53 Miscellaneous maps annotated by George. Miscellaneous ms. research material for work on Wales. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 11 SECTION 8B LECTURES B.1-B.41 B.1 -B.6 University College, Swansea lectures B.7 B13 University Extension lectures B.14-B.41 General lectures B.1-B.6 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, SWANSEA LECTURES B.1 B.2 B.3 B.4 B.5 B.6 ‘Anthropology (Geog. Final)! llpp. ms. notes and diagrams. n.d. 'The Bryozoa. Hons. Geol. Lectures' Ms. notes and diagrams, paginated 1-18. n.d. 'Geomorphology' Ms. notes and diagrams on earth density, seismology, oceans and continents, etc. n.d. "Geomorphology (Final)! Ms. notes and diagrams, principally on oceanography. ‘Meteorology (Fi. Geography)' lépp. ms. n.d. 'Vertebrate Palaeontology. Mammals' Ms. notes and diagrams. 2-25. n.d. First page unpaginated, then 2a, T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 B.7-B.13 UNIVERSITY EXTENSION LECTURES Part 1 Wales: lectures 12 George was deeply interested in adult education and contributed a variety of courses to the university extension programme. B.7 ‘Society, Belief, Conduct' Teaching material for University Sessional Class at Mumbles, 1941-42. 3pp. duplicated typescript note on Society, Belief, Conduct, with recommended reading. Ms. course notes, paginated 2-35; the first page is unpaginated. B.8 ‘Religion and Society' Teaching material for University Sessional Class at Mumbles, 1942-43. Syllabus and readinglist. 3pp. duplicated typescript note on religion and science, with recommended reading. Ms. course notes, paginated 2-35. are unpaginated. The first and last pages Also found with the preceding is a 4pp. typescript note on the New Testament. B.9 "Man in his environment' Teaching material for University Sessional Class at Mumbles, 1943-44. Syllabus. App. duplicated typescript note on man in his environment, with recommended reading. 5pp. duplicated typescript note on man in his environment, with recommendedreading. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 1 Wales: lectures B..10,;B.11 "Human Geography' 13 Teaching material for University Tutorial Class at Mumbles, 1944-46, This was a three-year course. North America and the second, 1945-46, Asia. surviving material for the third year of the course. The first part, 1944-45, dealt with There is no ‘Human Geography: North America’ Syllabus and reading list. Duplicated typescript course notes and diagrams. ‘Human Geography: Asia’ Syllabus and reading list. Notes on Asia's similarities with and differences from North America. Duplicated typescript course notes (44 pp.). B.12 "Science and Society' Syllabuses and reading lists for University Sessional Classes at Port Talbot, 1944-45, 1945-46. "Science and the Modern World’ Syllabus and reading list for classes to be given at Harlech, 1947 B.14-B.41 GENERAL LECTURES It seems very probable that many of these lectures were prepared for George's university extension work. B.14-B.19 Lectures on scientific topics B.14 'The nature and origin of life’ 18pp. typescript draft. n.d. B.15 'An ideal palaeontological classification’ 18pp. ms. draft and Ip. bibliography. n.d. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 14 Part 1 Wales: lectures 'The permanence of ocean basins' 2lpp. ms. draft. n.d. B.17 'The natural history of igneous rocks’ Ms. draft paginated 1-28. n.d. B.18 "Structure of Europe' Ms. notes paginated 1-9 and bibliography, n.d., but last bibliographical reference is for 1929. 'Protozoa' Ms. draft paginated 7-42. n.d. B.20-B. 27 Lectures on science and society B.20 "Science in Society’ 9pp. typescript draft, with ms. corrections. n.d. B.21-B.27 A series of seven lectures. n.d. B.2] "Science in industry' épp. typescript notes, with ms. additions and corrections. B.22 "Science and morals' App. typescript notes. B.23 'Science and technics' 6pp. typescript notes. B.24 "Science as explanation’ 8pp. typescript notes. B.25 "Science and human ecology' Spp. typescript notes. B.26 'The universe of science’ 8pp. typescript notes. B.27 ‘Science in education’ App. typescript notes. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 1 Wales: lectures B.28-B.33 Lectures on Wales 15 B.28-B.31 A series of four lectures on aspects of Welsh life. n.d. B.28 'Welsh culture and tradition’ 7pp. typescript with a few ms. additions and corrections. B.29 ‘Wales: the bonds of language’ 7pp. typescript with a few ms. additions and corrections. B. 30 'On being a Welshman' 6épp. typescript with a few ms. additions and corrections. B.3] 'Welsh affiliations: cultural versus economic’ 7pp. typescript with a few ms. additions and corrections. B.32 Notes for a lecture on the early demographic history of Wales. n.d. 3pp. ms. B.33 Incomplete draft of a lecture on the Celts and education. but delivered in Wales on a return visit from Glasgow. n.d., Ms. paginated 3-18. B.34-B.36 Lectures on education B.34 'The form and content of education’, July 1942. 26pp. typescript, with ms. corrections and Ip. list of literature. B.35 'The educated citizen', May 1943. l5pp. typescript, with a few ms. corrections. B.36 'The making of the scientist (Aberystwyth).' n.d. 7pp. typescript. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 1 Wales: lectures B.37-B.41 Miscellaneous lectures B.37 'Belief and Behaviour’ n.d. 16 Corrected ms. draft paginated 2-8; the first page is unpaginated. Ms. draft of reading list. B.38 ‘Man ina social environment’ 36pp. typescript draft. n.d. B.39 'The material resources of South-east Asia’, October 1942. 2lpp. typescript, with ms. corrections. B.40 "Political Catholicism in England: Henry VIII to the Gordon Riots’ 12pp. ms. draft. n.d. B.41 'Race and Politics. 1. The Natural History of Race’ 25pp. typescript draft, with ms. corrections and additions, May 1943. Ms. notes on the characteristics of various racial groups. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 17 SECTION C C.1 - C.61 CONSULTANCIES The material is presented in an alphabetical sequence, with introductory notes where appropriate. LIST OF CONTENTS BRITISH INDUSTRIAL SOLVENTS LIMITED C.1-C.23 CRAWFORDS, SOLICITORS AND NOTARIES GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY HALKYN TUNNEL IMPERIAL CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES LIMITED (ICI) MINISTRY OF SUPPLY C.24 C.25 C.26 C.27 C.28 MINISTRY OF TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING C.29-C.35 MORGAN DAVIES AND PARTNERS NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL OF WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE SWANSEA CORPORATION WIGGINS TEAPE AND COMPANY (1919) LIMITED UNIDENTIFIED C.36 C.37 C.38-C.59 C.60 C.61 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 1 Wales: consultancies 18 C.1-€.23 BRITISH INDUSTRIAL SOLVENTS LIMITED, 1940-45, 1957, 1960 The greater part of the papers re George's consultancy work with B.1.S. Limited relates to the war period and B.I.S. Limited's M.S. Factory, Margam, near Port Talbot, Glamorgan. The factory produced carbide and George advised on local supplies of limestone and water. George was also consulted by B.1.S. Limited's parent company, The Distillers Company Limited, on Welsh mineral resources (1942). C.1-C.3 Limestones at Pantmawr Letter from British Industrial Solvents Limited, 14 October 1940, confirming the arrangement made by which George would advise on the probable distribution of limestone. Papers sent to George the same day, for information, with covering note: Map of the quarry showing land acquired and position of sampling points. A.E. Lance's report on the sampling of limestone beds at Pantmawr, 18 March 1940, with diagram. Complete list of limestone analyses from samples taken from the above report. A.E. Lance's report on the supply and quality of limestone at Pantmawr, 10 July. Report from British Oxygen Company on Pantmawrand local limestones, 29 February 1940. C.2 Field notes and reports. Ms. notes from small ring-binder notebook. Ms. draft of first report on Pantmawr limestones (7pp. ). Typescript report signed by George and dated 22 October 1940 (5pp.). Second report on Pantmawr limestones, 28 November 1940 (lp. typescript). T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 1? Part 1 Wales: consultancies C.3 ‘Preliminary Report on Limestones in the Swansea District', 27 April 1936. App. typescript found with C.1 and C.2. C.4-C.14 Limestones at Tythegston C.4 Ms. draft report (4pp. ) Typescript report, 2 November 1940 (4pp.). Ms. draft of second report (2pp.). Typescript report, 28 November 1940 (2pp.). Report on sandy limestone in Tythegston quarry, 16 June 1942. C.5 "Scheme for the systematic examination of the limestone deposits at Tythegston Quarry’, 12 April 1943. C.7 C.8 C.9 3pp. typescript (carbon) with ms. notes, triangulation chart and copy of work order for test boring. Brief correspondence, June and July 1943, re Tythegston Quarry. Results of the analysis of borehole samples, sent to George, 1943-44. Ministry of Supply advice notes re dispatch of limestone chippings (? borehole samples), 1943-44. Ms. notes on borehole samples, for George's report on boreholes at Penyrheol, Tythegston. 'Report on Boreholes at Penyrheol, Tythegston', 8 June 1945. 10pp. typescript with 46pp. data on borehole samples. Correspondence, June-July 1945. Includes set of drawings showing sections through the various boreholes at Tythegston, enclosed with a letter of 6 July. Request for George's advice on the future of the Tythegston quarry, 23 September 1957, and report of G. Hanford on ‘Exploratory Drilling at Tythegston Quarry’, enclosed with the request, for information. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 20 Part 1 Wales: consultancies Correspondence, October 1957, including George's report on future development at Tythegston Quarry (5pp. typescript). Request for further assistance, August 1960 (one letter only). Site drawings, 1943, 1944 and 1954, amended to show locations of test borings and working faces, geological data. Unidentified ms. diagrams found with Tythegston Quarry material . 'The Analyses of Samples of Limestone from the "Takings" of British Industrial Solvents Ltd., Margam nr. Port Talbot, Glam.', December 1940. This paper was prepared by the Coal Survey Laboratory, Cardiff, as part of the DSIR fuel research, physical and chemical survey of national coal resources. There are references to George's assistance in respect of methods of sampling and the analysis of samples. C.16- C,20 Water supply at H.M. Factory, Margam C.16 Ms. draft of report on water supply (3pp. ). Typescript report, 30 November 1940 (3pp. ). Sections summarising probable succession of strata beneath the borehole site. Letter from Cribbwr Fawr Collieries Limited, 6 December 1940, enclosing vertical section of the Newlands Shaft. Letter from British Industrial Solvents Limited, 10 December 1940, enclosing information re Kenfig Pool. George's ms. notes from a report submitted to Porthcawl Urban District Council in 1936 by Professor G. Knox. George's report on the water supply of Kenfig Pool, 10 January 1941 (5pp.). T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 1 Wales: consultancies 21 C.18 Ms. draft of report on water supply at H.M. Factory, Margam (Southern area) (4pp.), with diagrams. Typescript report, with ms. additions, 23 January 1941 (4pp.). Correspondence, January-February 1941. Copy of Public Analyst's report on water, 22 May 1941, for George's information, with covering letter. Second report on water supply at M.S. Factory, Margam (Southern area), 27 June 1941. App. typescript. Third report on water supply at M.S. Factory, Margam, 30 October 1941. Correspondence, data and site drawing, October-November 1941. C.20 Fourth report on water supply at M.S. Factory, Margam, 30 September 1942 (Ip.). Correspondence, 1942. Fifth report on water supply at M.S. Factory, Margam, 25 April 1944 (4pp., lacks p.3). Correspondence, 1944-46. 1945 correspondence relates to an enquiry from the Geological Survey and Museum re boreholes at Kenfig. C.21-C.23 General correspondence and papers, 1941-42 C.21 194] Includes letter from George to Ministry of Works and Buildings, reporting on possible factory site between Briton Ferry and Port Talbot from a hydrological point of view. C.22 March-May 1942 Includes correspondence with The Distillers Company Limited on gypsum in South Wales and barytes in Shropshire. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 1 Wales: consultancies 22 C.23 June-July 1942 Includes: Ms. draft of report on Gypsum in South Wales (8pp.). Typescript report on Gypsum in South Wales, 6 June (9pp, ). Report on the limestone at Pont-Alun Quarry, near Ewenny, Glamorgan, 23 July (Ip.). Report on the limestones of Gaen's quarry, South Cornelau, Glamorgan, 23 July (3p.). C.24 CRAWFORDS, SOLICITORS AND NOTARIES, 1935 George advised Crawfords on the availability of suitable iron ore within South Wales for their company, the Briton Ferry Steel Company Limited. Brief correspondence only. ©.25 GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY, 1938 George was asked to advise on the availability of limestone and dolomite in South Wales. Brief correspondence only. C.26 "HALKYN TUNNEL’ Papers for consultancy work found in envelope so inscribed. Diagrams and two ms. notes on the progress of the tunnel, 15 October 1929 and 4 December 1930. J.L. Franeis. The notes are by T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 23 C.7 IMPERIAL CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES LIMITED (ICI), 1939, 1950 Part 1 Wales: consultancies In 1939 George was invited by ICI Metals Limited, Swansea, to advise on the suitability of land south of Clydach for heavy foundations and on the availability of underground water. Oneletter only. In 1950 George was approached by ICI's Lime Division, Buxton, in connection with an investigation of a limestone deposit. Brief correspondence only. C.28 MINISTRY OF SUPPLY, 1940 George analysed rock samples from Bishopston Valley in respect of the possible opening of a quarry there. Oneletter only. C.29-C.35 MINISTRY OF TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING, 1943-49 C.29 C.30 C.31 In 1943 George undertook to prepare a report for the ministry on the mineral resources of South Wales. specially with coal-mining andits effects in subsidence of the His move to the University land surface and on water supply'. of Glasgow in 1947 as Professor of Geology made further work on the report difficult and in 1949, with no likelihood of the report being completed in the near future, the contract was terminated. He was asked to ‘deal Correspondence, 1943-49, principally with officials of the Also included in the Ministry of Town & Country Planning. folder is a note setting out the main interests of the ministry ina minerals survey. Ms. and typescript notes on South Walescolliery areas. Miscellaneous reports by George: ‘Geological Observations on the CaemawrSite, Treorchy, Glam.', 10 March 1944. 2pp. typescript. 'Gypsum', [February 1945]. 8pp. typescript. Continued T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 24 Part 1 Wales: consultancies C.31(Cont'd.) 'Galena', n.d. 2pp. typescript (incomplete). Ms. notes on 'Barytes', 'Copper' and 'Galena’. C.32 Unidentified ms. notes and diagram by George. C.33-C.35 Background material, arranged as far as possible in chronological order. 3 folders as follows: C.33 ‘List of quarries, 1938' 10pp. typescript list of Welsh quarries, with details of locations, minerals worked, numbers employed and production. 'Glanamman Colliery Area-Report', 14 May 1942. 10pp. report of reviewing committee. ‘Mineral Survey in South Wales - Coal’ Discussion with D. Hicks, Senior Officer, Fuel Research Coal Survey in South Wales, DSIR, 10 June 1943. C.34 'The British Gravel Industry' lépp. duplicated memorandum, signed by S.H. Beaver of the Ministry of Town & Country Planning and dated August 1943. 'Royal Commission on Mining Subsidence (1923-5)! Sheet of notes and covering letter on the minutes and memoranda of evidence, initialled S.H.B. and dated 2 and 6 October 1943 respectively. 'The Limestone Industry in England and Wales' lépp. duplicated memorandum, initialled S.H.B., and dated November 1943, with lp. appendix 'Output of Limestone and Chalk by Counties, 1939-41' and 2pp. 'Geological Divisions. Principal Limestone Formations with their Uses'. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 1 Wales: consultancies 25 G.35 "Production of Igneous Rocks in England and Wales 1921-1942' Sheet of statistical information, presented in bar-graph form, February 1944. "Igneous Rocks in England and Wales' 12pp. duplicated memorandum, initialled S.H.B. and dated March 1944, with lp. appendix 'Output of Igneous Rocks’. Ordnance Bench Mark Levels (1875 to 1933) in Rhondda Urban District Council Area. 2pp. typescript (carbon), 7 March 1944. ‘Survey of Mineral Resources. field Surveys' Scheme of Colours for Coal- 2 copies. C.36 MORGAN DAVIES & PARTNERS, 1935, 1938 George advised on the hydrology of Higher Pitton. Correspondence and two reports dated 26 June 1935 (8pp. type- script) and 13 October 1938 (4pp. typescript). C.7 NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL OF WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE, 1941 George advised on the availability of peat in South Wales. Correspondenceonly. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 26 C.38-C.59 SWANSEA CORPORATION, 1944-46, 1960-61 Part 1 Wales: consultancies In the period 1944-46 George helped Swansea Corporation in their search for local underground water supplies. Much of the documentation made available to George relates to the late 1920s and includes a report on the site of a proposed electricity works by O.T. Jones. examination of water storage in abandoned mines and in 1960 the Corporation requested his assistance ina related matter. The National Coal Board wished to 'de-water' some old mine-workings before re-opening and extending them, and the Corporation were concerned about the possible dangers of the withdrawal of support and consequent subsidence if the mines were re-opened. George's 1940s consultancy involved the The spelling of Welsh place-names in the documentsis N.B. not consistent. C.38-C.54 Underground water resources C.38 C.39 Correspondence with Swansea Corporation, 1944-46. 'Report on underground water supplies in the Swansea Valley’, 30 May 1946. 35pp. typescript, with 10 figures. C.40 Ms. notes and graphs by George. C.41-C. 54 Documentation made available to George as follows: C.4] 'Borings at Crymlyn Bog. December 1910'. Ip. typescript. ‘Approximate discharge of River Tawe at Ynystawe’. Various dates, 1924, 1925. Ip. typescript. Letter from Consulting Engineer, J.H. Rider, on the Ynistawe site, 11 October 1926. Enclosed ina letter from the Swansea Town Clerk to the Borough Electrical Engineer, 14 October 1926. 'No: 5 Borehole - Ynistawe Site’ Ip. typescript. are from 29 August 1927 to 29 November 1927. The dates given for the various depths attained Preliminary report on the Ynistawe site by O.T. Jones, 28 November 1927 (8pp. typescript). to the Borough Electrical Engineer, 29 November 1928. Enclosed in a letter from the Town Clerk T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 27 Part 1 Wales: consultancies C.42-C.48 Reports of Vivian's Boring and Exploration Company Limited on the holes bored for the Ynistawe contract with Swansea Corporation Electricity Department. C.42 No.1. 6 April-28 October 1927. C.43 No.2. 30 April-12 July 1927. C.44 No.3. 13 July-8 August 1927. C.45 No.4. 9 August-27 August 1927. C.46 C.47 Pressure Testing Holes. 4 October-19 October 1927. No.5. 11 January-15 March 1928. C.48 No.1. 21 March-25 April 1928. C.49 C.50 ‘Proposed Electricity Works. Ynistawe site. Copy report of Professor O.T. Jones', 5 January 1928. 28pp. typescript, signed by Jones. ‘Proposed Electricity Power Station. Memorandum of statement by Water Engineer to Special Council on March 26th, 1928' 3pp. typescript. 'Report on Flow of Water in River and Stream at Ynisallen Site’, 16 April 1928. Prepared by F. Hibbert, Water Engineer and Manager. App. typescript. Letter from O.T. Jones to the Town Clerk, 31 May 1928, with his views on the sites under discussion for a powerstation. 3pp. typescript. "Report on the Ynysallan Site’, 31 May 1928. By O.T. Jones. 3pp. typescript. 'The Crymlyn Bog', 2 July 1928. 6épp. typescript. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 C.51 28 Part 1 Wales: consultancies General report on the geological conditions of the Swansea area by O.T. Jones, 6 November 1928 (10pp. typescript). Enclosed in a letter from the Town Clerk to the Borough Electrical Engineer, 10 November 1928. Exchange of correspondence between Sir Cyril Kirkpatrick and O.T. Jones, 8 and 9 November 1928. Proposed Electricity Station. supply at various sites, 15 November 1928. Report by F. Hibbert on the water 6pp. typescript (2 copies, one signed by Hibbert). Extract from Mr. Aberneathy's report on South Dock. Ip. typescript. Nida C.52 Investigation of Underground Water Supplies. works Department Schedule, 25 September 1944. Swansea Water- This is a list of springs, streams, wells, etc. with location, yield, description and remarks. It includes the Calland Pit. 3pp. typescript (2 copies, one with ms. additions). Copies of correspondence between the Swansea Water Engineer and The Mond Nickel Company Limited, October 1944, and documents provided by the Company. The documents which relate to water supply at the Company's Swansea works are dated in 1937 and 1938. Brief correspondence, October 1944, and section of the borehole at the Morriston Star Laundry. C.53 'Yearly Rainfall Totals & Averages' in the Swansea area, 1930-44, taken from the B.R.O. Yearly Record Books of the Meteorological Enclosed ina letter from the Water Engineer to George, Office. 11 May 1945. Summary report of Binnie, Deacon and Swansea Water Supplies. Gourley, August 1945. Gives average daily consumption in millions of gallons for each year from 1921-45. Ip. typescript. Trial Holes - Swansea Valley. Results of tests, 21 February 1946 (lp. typescript), with diagram showing details of test holes. Inspection of Swansea Corporation waterworks, 19 July 1946. 5pp. typescript and map. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 29 Part 1 Wales: consultancies C.54 Miscellaneous annotated maps. C.55-C, 59 De-watering Callands Pit C.55 Correspondence, June-October 1960 Includes Swansea's request for assistance in respect of the 'de-watering' problem and George's letter to the Principal, Glasgow University, seeking permission to act as the Corporation's consultant and appear in a court of law as an expert witness, should the needarise. C.56 13pp. typescript report on the de-watering of coal workings from Callands Pit, 17 September 1960, and Ip. ms. note on the de-watering of the coal-workings. C.57 Correspondence, 1961. In April, George, not having heard for six months concerning the de-watering scheme, wrote to Swansea to inquire if the matter was closed. had recently been submitted to Counsel for his opinion. The Town Clerk replied that all the papers C.58 Extract from case for the opinion of Counsel. 3pp. typescript (carbon). Counsel was requested to advise generally on the position of the Corporation in the light of the provisions of the Mines (Working Facilities and Support) Act, 1923. Opinion of R.D. Stewart-Brown, QC., 19 May 1961. 8pp. typescript (carbon). C.59 List of Swansea Corporation correspondence and drawings re the Callands Pit pumping scheme, 1956-59, and copies of the documents. C.60 WIGGINS TEAPE AND COMPANY (1919) LIMITED, 1945 George advised on water supply for industrial use at Barry, Glamorgan. Correspondence and George's report on the Biglis Well (4pp. typescript). T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 1 Wales: consultancies 30 C.61 UNIDENTIFIED Preliminary report on the geological factors connected with the collapse of the left bank of the River Tawe at Ynyspenllwch Weir, Glais, 23 November 1938. First page of report only. The party for whom George was working is not stated but there is a reference in the report to the Mond Works. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 31 SECTION D PUBLICATIONS D.1-D.39 Presented in chronological order of the surviving material. Not a complete record. D.1-D.6 ‘British Regional Geology: North Wales'. 2nd edition (with B. Smith), 1948; 3rd edition, 1961. Ms. notes for second edition of North Wales guide. D.2 D.3 Correspondence re publication of second edition, 1947-48. Correspondence re alterations for new impression, 1948-49. D.4, D.5 Correspondence re publication of third edition. D.4 D.o 1956, 1959 1960 Unidentified ms. notes (Ip.) and diagrams found with North Wales guide material. D.7-D.13 ‘British Regional Geology: South Wales'. J. Pringle), 1948; 3rd edition, 1969. 2nd edition (with D.7 D.8 D.9 D.10 D.12 D.13 Correspondence, 1947-48, with W.F.P. McLintock, Director, and others, of the Geological Survey and Museum, re the South Wales Guide. Correspondence, 1960-61, with Geological Survey and Museum staff, re new edition and emendations for interim reprint of current edition. Correspondence, 1964, 1966, re new edition. Correspondence, 1967, re new edition. Correspondence, 1968, re new edition. Correspondence, 1969, re new edition. Copy of the 1948 edition of the South Wales Guide, with George's ms. additions and corrections for the new edition. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 1 Wales: publications 32 D.14-D.18 'Pre-semirulan main limestone of the Avonian series in Brecon- shire’, Quart. Journ. Geol. Soc., 1954. D.14 D.15 D.16 D.17 D.18 Hard-backed notebook with George's Glasgow departmental address on inside front cover and index on inside back cover. Paginated 1-169 and entitled on the first page 'Tournaisian: North Crop'. Hard-backed notebook paginated 171-196. of the preceding. Very many pages unused. A continuation Notebook without covers entitled 'Z: North Crop’. paginated. The back page is used for a list of photographs. Variously Notebook found with preceding. Lacks covers and title. 'Field notes retyped from the original field notebook' (D.14 above). In green spring-back folder. D.19-D.21 'Age of the Avonian Caninia Oolite in Gower’ (with R. Conil). In C.R. Congrés International de Stratigraphie du Carbonifére, 1973. D.19, D.20 Correspondence with collaborator, 1967-73. D.19 D.20 D.21 1967-70 1971-73 Research material including ms. and typescript data sent to George by collaborator. D.22-D.30 'Mid-Dinantian (Chadian) Limestones in Gower', Phil.Trans. Roy.Soc., B, 282, 1978. D.22, D.23 ‘Gower Chadian etc.' Contents of a large envelope so inscribed by George, divided into two folders for ease of reference. Research material and bibliographical references. D.24-D.26 "Gower Chadian Rocks' Contents of a large envelope so inscribed by George, divided into three folders for ease of reference. D.24 'Can. Ool.' George's ms. notes on specimens. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 33 Part 1 Wales: publications D.25 "Lag. Ph.' George's ms. notes on specimens. D.26 Further ms. notes on specimens, some headed 'Top C.O.'. D.27-D.29 ‘Chadian Limestones' D.27 D.28 D.29 D.30 Contents of a large envelope so inscribed by George, subdivided for ease of reference. Small hard-back notebook with field notes, paginated 1-76. There is an index inside the front cover and loose pagesat the back. Research notes and data, some of which relate to the chemical analysis of rock samples. Notes and diagrams re figures and plates for published article. Brief correspondence with Assistant Editor of the Royal Society, 1977, including photocopy of referee's comments on this ‘important and very "meaty" paper’. D.31-D.35 'Landform and structure in the terrain of the Tawe and Neath disturbances in South Wales', ? 1979. D.3] D.32 D.33 D.34 D.35 D.36 D.37 Duplicated typescript with ms. corrections and additions (17pp. ). Miscellaneous ms. and typescript drafts, variously paginated. Ms. drafts of figures and George's 'Notes on amendments to diagrams’. Miscellaneous notes and diagrams found with 'Tawe disturbance’ material. Some of the diagrams may be early drafts of figures. Correspondence, 1979, re publication of paper. 'Spiriferid brachiopods from the Dinantian upper limestone shales of Gower', n.d. 3pp. ms. draft. 'The Tectonics of the Cribarth and Penderyn Anticlines', n.d. 2pp. ms. draft, bibliographical references (latest date 1942), diagrams and maps annotated by George. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 D.38 D. 3? Part 1 Wales: publications Miscellaneous diagrams for publications. Miscellaneous ms. diagrams of rock strata in South Wales, many identified by page reference to a notebook and perhaps prepared for a publication. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 35 SECTION E GLASGOW UNIVERSITY _E.1 - E.130 E.1. -E232 Research material E.93-E..o1 Department of geology E,52-Eso0 Other University departments E,56-E.58 Central administration E.59-E.130 Newbattle Abbey With an introductory note E.1-E.32 RESEARCH MATERIAL Includes notebooks (by George and others), notes on the literature, bibliographical information, ms. notes, diagrams and corres- pondence onvarious projects. E.1-E.11 Work on spirifers E. | Small notebook 'Description of Fossils in Royal Scottish Museum! (mainly spirifers) . Includes 1p. notes on education system. E.2, End Two ring-backed notebooks, fossil catalogue. tion and index (incomplete) at front. E.2 has a classifica- E,2 E.3 Index. Specimens A - M. Specimens M- Y. E.4 E.5 E.6 E.7 E.8 Similar ring-backed notebook, of notes on the literature, especially of spirifers. Small notebook (few pages used). Notes on spirifer collection at Louvain (not in George's hand). Miscellaneous notes by George on collections in British Museum (some pages dated 1952). Small notebook, few pages used. Notes and drawings of spirifers, made June 1956. Tables of Martinia, in George's hand. n.d. Writing-block of notes, descriptions and drawings ofspirifers, all by George. n.d. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 pe E.10 E.1] Part 2 Scotland: Glasgow University Miscellaneous bibliographical references to spirifers, and shorter notes on classification of spirifers. 36 Photographsof spirifers (all identified by George). Draft for article on spirifers by Stanley Smith, n.d. latest reference 1923. E.12-E.18 Work on Irish rocks E.12 E.13 E.14 Small hard-backed notebook, inscribed with George's name and university address at front, n.d., 1950s. At front of book, field notes mainly of Donegal rocks; paginated 1-46. At rear of book, 3pp. only of similar field notes. Red hard-backed notebook, inscribed with name of D.L. Dundas. Work mainly at front of book, but a few pages also used at rear. Extensive notes on locations and characteristics of 751 Irish rock specimens. n.d. Red ledger-type notebook inscribed 'The carboniferous rocks between Lough Melvin and Lough Erne, Co. Fermanagh', and name P. Padget. Extensive ms. and typescript charts, field notes, references, etc. n.d., but includes letter and report on specimens ofIrish rocks from J.E. Prentice, 1952. E.15, E.16 Two envelopes of photographs of Irish limestones. E.17, E.18 Bundles of maps and charts, mainly on the carboniferous rocks of Ireland, all in George's hand or with annotations, references, emendations, etc. by him. E.19-E.27 'Sundry LCowerJ Carb.[oniferous J' Contents of a bulky envelope so described. background material, correspondence, etc. on the Lower Carboniferous rocks of Britain and Europe, mainly 1969-75. Notes, diagrams, E.19-E.22 Ms. notes, charts and diagrams by George. 4 folders. E.23 ‘Carboniferous rocks of Western Europe’ 5pp. typescript notes for course. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 E.24 E.25 E.26 E.27 37 Part 2 Scotland: Glasgow University 7pp. ms. notes on definitions and classification of rocks. 'The Carboniferous System' Outline for 'Course 510, 1970! at Princeton University, with abstracts, class handouts, etc. lecture 2 'The Carboniferous of the British Isles and adjacent regions’. George is listed as giving Correspondence and background material from R. Conil, 1974-75. Miscellaneous papers on carboniferous stratigraphy by R. Conil (1969), R. Neves (c.1971). E.28-E. 32 Miscellaneous E.28 E.29 E.30 E.3] E.32 Envelope of notes on 'Stratigraphical Correlation’. Black hard-backed notebook inscribed 'T.F. Sibly (Sir Franklin Sibly, 1883-1948). Notes and plates, on carboniferous rocks, mainly of Midlands. Both ends of book used, and a few loose pages of notes tucked into front of book. Envelope of drawings of geomorphology of the Midland Valley of Scotland. paper by George c.1980. Drawings made by Linda Gilchrist for a later (Information from W.S. McKerrow. ) Catalogue of George's reprint collection (held in National Museum of Wales). Catalogue of George's specimen and fossil collections (held at Hunterian Museum, Glasgow). E.33-E.51 DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY E.33-E.38 Correspondence re research grants, mainly with Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, 1945-53. The grant, originally of £1,000 per annum, was first made in 1945 (with effect from 1 January 1946) to Professor A.E. Trueman, George's predecessor, for research in oil shales. other departmental research funds. Later correspondence (at E.38) is re miscellaneous E.33 E.34 December 1945-December 1947. 1948 Includes research report by L.R. Moore (the first research assistant appointed to the project). T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 38 Part 2 Scotland: Glasgow University E.35 1949-50 Includes research report by A.M. Honeyman. E.36 1951-52 Includes research report by A.M. Honeyman. E.37 E.38 1953-56 1959-74 (various dates) Correspondence with University Finance Officers about balances in various research funds of Geology Department. E..3? Shorter correspondence re gifts or exchanges of fossils and specimens for Department and Hunterian Museum, 1954-74. Not indexed. E.40 Miscellaneous reading lists for Department. E.41-E.44 Requests to visit/work in Geology Department. 1956-60 1963-65 1966-69 1970-74 E.41 E.42 E.43 E.44 Not indexed. E.45-E.51 General departmental administration Miscellaneous shorter correspondence on staff, maintenance, publica- tions, use of rooms, lecture-halls, facilities, grants, equipment, admissions, time-tabling, curriculum, etc. E.45 E.46 1958-64 1965-68 Includes correspondence re collaboration with Department of Architecture and Planning, Glasgow School of Art. E.47 1968 Correspondence and papers relating to the 16th Inter-University Geological Congress, on 'Problems of Metamorphism' held at Glasgow 17-19 December 1968. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 39 Part 2 Scotland: Glasgow University E.48 1969-70 Correspondence and papers re proposed joint degree in Geology and Archaeology . E.49 1969-71 Includes material, September 1971, re possible link with Department of Geology, University of Nigeria. E.50 1971-73 Correspondence and papers re possible 'options' in the Honours Geology Course at Glasgow. George was at first opposed to the idea, as presented by a working committee in December 1971, but eventually acceptedit. Material includes notes of staff meetings and opinion, report of working party, George's criticisms of it and correspondence arising, miscellaneous Board of Studies reports, George's outline for course of 39 lectures on Honours Stratigraphy . E.5] 1972-74 Mainly information sent to various enquirers about resources and course of study at Glasgow. Included here is a photograph of the 'Junior Honours’ students, 1977-78. E.52-E.55 OTHER UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENTS Shorter correspondence, some George's carbons only. In alphabetical order. E.52 Archaeology Arts Biochemistry Botany Chemistry Education E23 Electrical Engineering Engineering English Language and Literature Exploration Society Extra-Mural Studies T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 E.54 Part 2 Scotland: Glasgow University 40 Geography Geophysics Medicine Natural Philosophy Physics Physiology E.29 Scottish History Teilhard de Chardin Study Group Television Circuit University Union Zoology E.56-E.58 CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION Miscellaneous correspondence with officers of the University Court, Faculty of Science and others, mainly on routine matters. In chronological order. Ese 1948-49 Papers and correspondence on subsidence on the University site due to old mineral workings. E.57 1958-65 Includes 5pp. account of geology at Glasgow prepared for Faculty Brochure, June 1965 E.58 1966-74 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 2 Scotland: Glasgow University 4] E.59-E.130 NEWBATTLE ABBEY, 1954-77 Newbattle Abbey is the Scottish Adult Residential College; the building, at Dalkeith near Edinburgh, was formerly the family home of the Marquesses of Lothian. The eleventh Marquess gave the property underTrust to the nation in 1937 andhis successor was Chairman of the Board of Governors until 1974. The Trustees of Newbattle are the Principals of the Universities of St. Andrews, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Edinburgh; the Board of Governors and Executive Committee include representatives of various bodies involved in education in Scotland. George was for many years (the surviving records date from 1954) a representative of Glasgow University on the Executive Committee; he became its Chairman in 1967 and remained in that office until 1977. He took the Chair at a meeting of the Executive Com- mittee on 8 September, but became ill and was unable to attend the Annual General Meeting on 7 October, when he was co-opted as a member of the Board d Governors but was not elected to the Executive Committee. At the meeting of that committee on 3 November he was co-opted as a member for the following year. As Chairman of the Executive Committee, George took an active partin all the affairs of Newbattle; chief among these was the establishment of the two-year Diploma Course in Liberal Studies and its recognition by the Scottish Universities Council on Entrance as satisfying university entrance requirements for mature students at Scottish Universities. Other matters include periodic revisions of the Constitution of Newbattle, funding and maintenance, appointments of Wardens and Tutors, student affairs and the like. The principal correspondents are: Wardens of Newbattle: W.B. de Bear Nicol 1955-60 C.L. Rigg A.M. Reid 1960-73 1974-77 During part of 1973 and 1974 T.E.M. Landsborough was Acting Warden. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 2 Scotland: Glasgow University Secretaries to the Governors: T.M. Jinkins G.C. Bell to 1973 1973-77 42 Chairmen of the Board of Governors: The Marquess of Lothian to March 1974 Lord Balerno from October 1974 The material is presented as follows: E.59 -E.97 General correspondence on Newbattle affairs E.98 -E.108 Correspondence on academic affairs and Diploma Course E.109-E.130 Minutes, reports, circulars E.59-E.97 GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE ON NEWBATTLE AFFAIRS A chronological sequence, sparse for the earlier period but more full and detailed for the years when George was actively involved. Gaps in the sequence remain, e.g. 1958-61, 1966-67. 1973 was a particularly fraught year for Newbattle; in addition to the chronological sequence at E.68-E.75, there is George's own assignment of material in separate folders at E.76-E.79. E.59 1954 Brief correspondence only, on short-term courses. E.60 E.61 E.62 E.63 E.64 1957 1962 February. Newbattle, prepared by various hands. Correspondence and papers on accommodation at 1962 July-November. Mainly staffing and appointments. 1963-65 Correspondence, June, includes George's acceptance 1967. of Chairmanship of Executive Committee. 1968 1969 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 43 E.65 E.66 E.67 E.68 E.69 E.70 E.71 E.72 E.73 E.74 Ea7o Part 2 Scotland: Glasgow University 1970 Mainly staffing and appointments. 1971 Includes a little correspondence on the Diploma Course. 1972 Includes some correspondence on the Diploma Course. 1973 February-May. April. 1973. Executive Committee meeting, 24 April. Background papers and submission arising from May-June. Mainly legal submissions and correspondence 1973. arising. Mainly papers for Special Meeting of Board of Governors, 1973 15 June. 1973 June-July. 1973 August. 1973 September-October. 1973. November-December. E.76-E:7? George's own assignment of material covering Newbattle affairs for 1973. Not indexed. E.76 E.77 E.78 Eur? E.80 E.81 E.82 4 folders as follows: Correspondence with tutors at Newbattle (includes one letter March 1972). Correspondence, July-October, with students at Newbattle about their studies. Correspondence with students and former students. Photocopies of letters sent to Lord Lothian (Chairman of Board of Governors) by students of Newbattle and others. September 1973-April 1974. Correspondence and papers on the retirement of Newbattle Warden; and some later correspondence 1975. September 1973-March 1974. Chairman of Board of Governors until his resignation in March 1974. Correspondence with Lord Lothian, 1974. appointment of Newbattle Warden. January-March. Correspondence and papers on the T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 44 Part 2 Scotland: Glasgow University 1974 January-March. 1974. and on Association of Friends of Newbattle. April-May. Includes material on Newbattle Constitution, E.85 E.86 E.87 E.88 E.89 E.90 E.91 E.92 E.93 E.94 E95 1974. April-July. Mainly on appointment of tutors. 1974 June-July. 1974 August-December. 1975 January-April. 1975 May-August. 1975 September. Inventory and valuation. 1975 September-December. Appointment of English Tutor at June 1975-February 1977. Newbattle. 1976 January-June. 1976 July-December. Correspondence, June-December 1976, with |. MacDougall (Tutor at Newbattle). 1977 February-November. Correspondence with Lord Balerno on proposed changesto the Constitution of Newbattle, March-July 1977. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 45 Part 2 Scotland: Glasgow University E.98-E. 108 DIPLOMA COURSE IN LIBERAL STUDIES After considerable negotiation, the submission of draft syllabuses and examination papers, and an initial refusal in January 1972, the proposed two-year Diploma Course was given provisional recognition by the Scottish Universities Council on Entrance (SUCE) on 22 November 1972 for three years from 1975 (E.100). Further proposals for changes in the syllabus were submitted in 1976 and the recognition by SUCE was made permanent (E.105). E.98 E.99 E.100 E.101 E.102 E.103 E.104 E.105 July 1968-December 1969. correspondence, preliminary negotiations. Memoranda, draft syllabuses, 1970-July 1971. SUCE. Correspondence, mainly negotiations with Correspondence, revised proposals and draft question 1972 papers, notification of recognition of diploma. Folder of copies of syllabuses, draft question papers and comments and other material re revised Diploma Course, submitted to SUCE, October 1972. 1973-74 Papers and correspondence. Correspondence with Scottish Universities about recognition of Newbattle Diploma, April-May 1975. 1975-77 Correspondence and papers. Correspondence and papers, mainly with SUCE on revised syllabus and permanent recognition of Newbattle Diploma, 1976. E.106, E.107 Correspondence with External Examiners for Newbattle Diploma. E.106 E.107 E.108 1973-74 1975-76 Miscellaneous material re Diploma, 1974-77. results, Minutes of Examination Board, etc. Includes tabulated T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 2 Scotland: Glasgow University 46 E.109-E.130 MINUTES, REPORTS, CIRCULARS E.109-E.121 Committee papers and reports Includes Minutes and Committee papers of the Executive Committee; the Board of Governors; Annual General Meetings; Special or Extraordinary Meetings. administrative and constitutional affairs of Newbattle, and is presented ina chronological sequence; some documents bear George's annotations or Chairman's notes prepared for him. are gaps for 1958, 1960-61, 1965-67. The material covers academic, financial, There E5107 E.110 E.111 E.112 E.113 E.114 E.115 E.116 E.117 E.118 E.119 E.120 E.121 1955-57 1959, 1962 1963, 1964 1968-70 1971, 1972 Meetings of Executive Committee and Board of Governors, 1973. including Special Meetings. 1974 January-May. 1974 July-December. 1975 1976 January-May. 1976 July-December. 1977 January-May. 1977. June-November. E.122-E.126 Wardens' and Bursars' Reports An incomplete sequence; some reports are incorporated with the Committee papers above. Earlier reports include notes on courses held at Newbattle. Later reports include some notes of meetings with academic and domestic staff. E.122 1955-59 Part 2 Scotland: Glasgow University 47 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 E.123 E.124 E.125 E.126 1960-61 1962-64 1971-75 1976-77 E.127-E.129 Minutes of Academic Staff Meetings E.127 E.128 E.129 1974 (December), 1975 1976 1977 (to August) E.130 Library An incomplete sequence; includes booklists, librarians' reports, Minutes of Library Committee meetings, etc. Various dates 1955, 1957, 1973, 1975-76 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 48 SECTION F LECTURES AND PUBLICATIONS F.1 - F.79 F.1 -F.6 Glasgow University lectures F.7 -F.36 General lectures F.37-F.70 Publications F.717F.77 Correspondence on lectures and publications F.1-F.6 GLASGOW UNIVERSITY LECTURES F.1 F.Z F.3 F.4 Fwd F.6 Extensive ms. notes and drawings for course on reptiles, n.d. Extensive ms. notes and drawings for course on 'Vertebrate Palaeontology (Hons.)', 28pp. Notes for course on Vertebrate Palaeontology, 14pp. typescript. Notes for course on Principles of Palaeontology, 5pp. typescript with figures and diagrams, with some ms. notes for new students. Ms. notes, probably for lecture on J.W. Gregory, Professor of Geology at Glasgow to 1933. 25pp. typescript outline course on ‘France: regional and human geography', given at Summer School, Cité Universitaire, Paris, 1951, organised by Glasgow University Department of Adult Education; witha ms. note by Dr. Davies 'Course conducted by Prof. T.N. George’. F.7-F.36 GENERAL LECTURES F.7-F.12 Lectures on geological topics Fad F.8 5pp. ms. outline for slide lecture on 'Visean Zones', n.d. ‘University Courses in Geology' 10pp. ms. and typescript lecture. letter dated September 1948 on the teaching of geology in the sixth-form of schools. n.d. but incorporating a Ea ‘Geology and geography' 5pp. typescript and ms. lecture (perhaps incomplete), n.d. but given at 'the turn of the half-century’. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 49 Part 2 Scotland: lectures and publications F.10 ‘Lower carboniferous palaeography: the British Isles and the Mississippi Basin' 7pp. typescript outline for slide lecture, n.d. "World mineral resources’ App. typescript outline for lecture, n.d. "Evolution and the Palaeontological Record’ 6pp. typescript outline for lecture, given in ‘centennial year' [1959]. F.13 Lectures on genetics Typescript notes for a set of four lectures, n.d. and perhaps not by George. The titles are: ‘Embryonic growth' ‘Glands and growth' 'The genetic control of sex' "Sex differentiation' F.14-F.18 Lectures on Scotland F.14 ‘Scottish ethnic prehistory' 2pp. typescript notes. F.15 ‘Late glacial and post-glacial Scotland: environments and cultures’ Spp. typescript notes. "Highland drainage' App. typescript notes. 'Hercynian structures in Wales and Scotland' 3pp. typescript notes. F.18 5pp. ms. notes for untitled lecture on various aspects of Scottish life, mainly in comparison with Wales. F.19-F.27A Lectures on Science and Society F.19 "Science and society' 23pp. typescript. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 2 Scotland: lectures and publications 50 F.20 "Science and polity' 14pp. typescript (lacks pp.11 and 12). 'The scientist as citizen' l6épp. typescript. "Science and culture' 3pp. typescript (unfinished). "Science as subversion’ 17pp. typescript. 'The scientist's view of truth’ 5pp. typescript notes. "Scientific truth’ l4pp. typescript. "Idealism and science’ Ilpp. typescript. 'Stuff - and nonsense’ 7pp. typescript (lacks p.4). F.27A Untitled lecture, on the 'two cultures' App. ms. notes. F.28-F. 34 Lectures on adult education None dated. F.28 "Further education and adult education’ 12pp. typescript. Psoe 'The purpose of adult education' 12pp. typescript. F.30 'The educated citizen' 23pp. typescript. F.3] 'The university and the community’ 9pp. typescript. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 2 Scotland: lectures and publications 51 F.32 "Science and the adult student’ 9pp. typescript (incomplete). F.33 "Science as a liberal study in adult education’ llpp. typescript. F.34 'The teaching of science to adult students’ Spp. typescript. F.35, F.36 Misce!}laneous F.35 ‘Natural resources and economic devel opment' 8pp. typescript. F306 'The fitness of the environment' 10pp. typescript. F.37-F.70 PUBLICATIONS F.37 F.38 F.39 In chronological order of the surviving material. Not a complete record. See Section D for other publications on Wales. Review of Scientific Thought in the Twentieth Century, ed. A.E. Heath, 1951. 9pp. typescript, no indication of place of publication. Article on Organic Evolution (for an encyclopaedia). Proof. No date or source, latest reference 1968. "Stages of the Llandovery Series' Letter submitted for publication in The Geological Magazine, and correspondence arising, 1971. Includes correspondence with editor, and with colleagues in Glasgow and Swansea on the etymology and correct forms of Welsh place-names. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 oe Part 2 Scotland: lectures and publications F.40-F.45 International Stratigraphic Guide, 1972-75 This was a publication by the International Subcommission on Stratigraphic Classification (ISSC) of the IUGS Commission on Stratigraphy (q.v.). At the meeting of ISSC during the 24th International Geo- logical Congress in August 1972 at Montreal, it was agreed to appoint a 10-man editorial board from ISSC members to prepare the material for publication. It was later decided, in the interests of speed and economy, to have a smaller 5-man Working Committee. The members were T.N. George, H.D. Hedberg, C. Pomerol, A. Salvador and J. St&cklin; the Chairman and Editor was H.D. Hedberg. were prepared and circulated in August and October 1974, and the Preface to the final version was circulated in July 1975. The committee met in February 1974, drafts The material belowcomprises a chronological sequence of letters, drafts, comments, etc. (some photocopies) exchanged by members of the committee. March 1972-November 1973. tion to serve on committee. Preliminary arrangements, invita- January-April 1974. second draft (February 1974) of guide. Mainly comments by committee members on May-September 1974. on second, third (June 1974) and fourth (August 1974) drafts. Continuing correspondence and comments October-November 1974. Continuing correspondence and com- ments, from editorial committee members and from membersof the larger original board (see introductory note). December 1974. ISSC on October 1974 draft, received and circulated by Hedberg. Photocopied set of comments from members of January-July 1975. Final comments on draft, arrangements for publication (by Wiley Interscience), and including a copy of the 'Preface' to the Guide which gives an outline history of the project. F.40 F.4] F.42 F.43 F.44 F.45 F.46 ‘Great Britain: Scotland’ Article for Encyclopaedia of WORLD Regional Geology. Drafts, annotated and revised, lists of references, brief editorial correspondence, 1975. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 53 Part 2 Scotland: lectures and publications F.47-F.62 ERICO Publication on carboniferous rocks, 1975-77 Material relating to a volume on the carboniferous rocks of north-western Europe and neighbouring seas with reference to prospective developments in petroleum surveys. one of a series sponsored by ERICO, for private circulation. The volume was George was ‘adviser concerning personnel, subject matter, and areas of investigation’. He also contributed Chapter 3 (Stratigraphic Framework) and parts of Chapters 4 (Lower Carboni- ferous), 15 (Biostratigraphic Summary), 23 (Brachiopods) and 25 (Algae). See F.62. Because of the limited circulation envisaged for the volume, a full documentary record has been retained. F.47-F.51 Correspondence with ERICO and with ERI (UK) LIMITED about the project, with outlines for contents of the volume, choices of collaborators and topics, fees, meetings and discussions, publica- tion arrangements; includes replies from colleagues for requests for information. F,47 F.48 F.49 F.50 June-December 1975 January-October 1976. Includes comments on draft contributions. March-July 1977. Mainly on final stages of publication. Announcementof project, and outline of report (with suggested personnel), prepared by ERICO, annotated by George, n.d. F00 Information and outline of project, prepared by George. Includes 6pp. introduction on 'The Project', 7pp. ‘Contents of the Report’ (detailed breakdown of chapter contents), 2pp. directive on standardisation of stratigraphical terminology, dated December 1975. F.02-F . 57 Correspondence with colleagues and contributors; includes invitations to participate, comments on draft chapters, and some general scientific exchanges. In alphabetical order. F.52 F.53 F.54 A-B Conil, R. E-J Part 2 Scotland: lectures and publications T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 F.55 F.56 F.57 K-O P R-W F.58 Ms. drafts for George's contributions to ERICO volume. F,59-F,61 Research material, notes, diagrams, maps, captions, references, Almost all in George's hand. etc. prepared for ERICO volume. 3 folders. F,62 Copies of George's contributions to the published volume. 3 envelopes each labelled by him. As the work was intended for private sale only, there is no complete copy of the publication. F.63-F.65 Handbuch der Stratigraphischen Geologie George was asked by one of the editors (D. Henningsen) in December 1975 to assume responsibility for the 'Carboniferous' volume of the Handbuch. See F.77 for earlier correspondence. Correspondence with D. Henningsen, and other colleagues and co-authors on the project, 1975-76. 'Dinantian rocks of the British Isles' 35pp. typescript draft by George, prepared for Handbuch, with many annotations and comments in another hand. diagrams. Includes Miscellaneous outlines for work on carboniferous of north-western Europe (in German), probably sent to George by C. Hahne. F.63 F.64 F.65 F.66-F.68 'The Geology of Scottish Wildlife’ This was a chapter prepared by George as a contribution to The Wildlife of Scotland, a project arranged by the Scottish Wildlife Trust, financed by Gulf Oil Corporation and published by Macmillan. The general editor was F.G.T. Holliday. George's contribution was not included in the volume as published. F.66 Correspondence with editor, publisher and collaborator. invitation to write, contract, comments on draft, return of contract, 1977-78. Includes T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 55 Part 2 Scotland: lectures and publications F.67 Correspondence with colleagues, museum curators, etc. for information or photographs, 1978. F.68 Miscellaneous ms. outlines, notes, diagrams. Drafts of chapter, all with different revisions and annotations (one with annotations by Holliday). F.69 'Eustatic and tectonic controls in British Dinantian sedimentation’ Collaborative paper with W.H.C. Ramsbottom. Ms. and typescript drafts, all with different revisions. Correspondence from Ramsbottom suggesting collaboration on the paper, 1979. F.70 ‘Designation of the Tournaisian Series in Britain’ 2pp. typescript draft of paper by George arising from a paper 'The Tournaisian. in Britain’ by W.H.C. Ramsbottom and M. Mitchell (J.G.S., 137, 1980) which itself arose from the Special Report of the Geological Society of London No.7, 'A correlation of Dinantian rocks in the British Isles', by George et al. (The collaborators in the latter included Ramsbottom and Mitchell.) Folder includes 2 (different) drafts of Ramsbottom's and Mitchell's paper, a copy of George's letter of comment 13 March 1979, and of his draft paper, a paper by G. Clayton and G.D. Sevastopulo "Discussion of Ramsbottom and Mitchell', and brief correspondence te 1976 Special Report and re 1979 paper. F.71-F.79 CORRESPONDENCE ON LECTURES AND PUBLICATIONS F.71, F.72 Requests to lecture or broadcast. Not indexed. _In chronological order. F.7] F.72 1961-68 1969-71 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 F.73-F 79 Part 2 Scotland: lectures and publications 56 Correspondence with publishers and editors. order. In alphabetical F.73 Academic Press Edward Arnold Limited n.d. 1956-61 Possible book on Palaeontology by George; comments on mss. submitted Butterworths 1966 Proposed series of geological texts. F.74 Cambridge University Press 1964-65, 1969, 1973 Proposed book on history of geology. Collins Publishers 1968-73 Proposed book on ‘Scotland's Structure and Scenery’. F720 Continuus (an Italian firm) Countryside Commission 1964 1971-72 George's contribution to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Guidebook. © .76 Editerra (European Association of Earth-Science Editors) The Geographical Magazine re George's article on careers in geology. Geological Magazine Fut? Geologists' Association 1972-73 1966-67 1968 1968 Request to write obituary of H.H. Swinnerton. Geotimes 1967-68 Article on 'University Geology' Handbuch derstratigraphischen Geologie 1970 Invitation to write section on 'Dinantian rocks of the British Isles’. See F.63-F.65 for later correspondence and papers on the Handbuch. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 2 Scotland: lectures and publications 57 F.76 Journal of the Geological Society Brief correspondence re paper. NATURE Brief correspondence only. 1972 1961 Oliver & Boyd Limited 1965, 1971 E.R. Pike F.79 Prentice/Hall P. Rosbaud 196] 1972 1960 Proposals for Encyclopaedia of Geology, Geochemistry and Geophysics. University of Wales Press van Leckwijck, W. 1958 1973 Invitation to contribute to publication in his honour. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 58 SECTION G VISITS AND CONFERENCES G.1 - G.10 G.] Visit to USA, June-September 1956. Brief correspondence, mainly from colleagues suggesting geological sites, forwarding maps and itineraries, etc. Includes ms. notes, maps and diagrams by George, detailed annotated maps of S.W. Missouri and N.W. Arkansas sent by colleagues. Also included is a letter from George, March 1956, declining invitation to UNESCO seminar on Universities and Adult Education because of his absence in USA. G.2 Invitations 1963: British Sedimentologists' Group, September (declined). 12th Inter-University Geological Congress. only, agreeing to 'wind up' Congress. George's carbon GGA Visit to USA, 1963-64 George was awarded a National Science Foundation Senior Foreign Scientist Fellowship at Northwestern University, Illinois, September 1963-June 1964. Correspondence re invitation to apply for Fellowship, arrange- ments for leave of absence, housing, stipend, etc. Ms. notes, perhaps for or of lectures on ‘Statistics in Geology’, April 1964. Visits to Jordan, 1966 George visited Jordan twice in 1966, in connection with UNDP/Special Fund - UNESCO support for the Faculty of Science at the University of Jordan, Amman. He also made other visits in Jordan and in Lebanon. Report of joint UNDP (Special Fund)-UNESCO fact-finding mission, 10-20 April. the UNESCO Consultant. This was a 2-man mission, George being 13pp. typescript +4pp. Appendix. Report on request for UNDP support, by George, April 1966. 17pp. duplicated typescript. Continued T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 2 Scotland: visits and conferences 59 G.5 (Cont'd. ) Report on request for UNDP support, by George, after UNESCO mission to Jordan, August 1966. 13pp. duplicated typescript +2pp. Appendix. Visit to University of the Witwatersrand, 1967 George was invited under the auspices of the Students’ Visiting Lecturers Trust Fund, and was in Johannesburg March-May; he was accompanied for part of the time by his wife. visited and lectured at the Universities of Cape Town and Durban, and Salisbury, Rhodesia. He also Invitation, arrangements, information, notices of lectures given by George, correspondence with colleagues and officials. Invitation to visit Australia as Visiting Professor under Common- wealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan, 1969. suggested postponement until 1970. George Palaeontological Association, Carboniferous Group, Meeting in Belgium, April 1974. Arrangements for field excursion to view Dinantian rocks, organised by R. Conil. Includes list of participants and ms. notes and diagrams taken by George at varioussites. Invitation (only) to lecture as 'honoured guest speaker’ at University of Saskatchewan, 1974. VIII International Congress on Carboniferous Stratigraphy and Geology, Moscow, 8-13 September 1975. George was asked to chair the Section Session | on Stratigraphy and palaeontology. A meeting was also planned of the [UGS Subcommission on Carboniferous Stratigraphy (q.v.). In the event, George's visa was delayed and he was unable to attend. Correspondence re Congress and re IUGS Subcommission. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 60 SECTION H COMMITTEES AND ORGANISATIONS _H.1 - H.90 LIST OF CONTENTS DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC UNIONS (I.C.S.U.) INTERNATIONAL GEOLOGICAL CORRELATION PROGRAMME (I.G.C.P.) INTERNATIONAL UNION OF GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES (1.U.G.S.) H.1, H.2 H.3-H.9 H10-H.17 H.18, H.19 H.20-H. 64 Commission for Geology Teaching at University Level H.20-H.34 Commission on Stratigraphy. Carboniferous Stratigraphy H.35-H.64 Subcommission on MINISTRY OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES H.65-H. 67 NATURAL ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH COUNCIL (N.E.R.C.) H.68-H.72 The Nature Conservancy H.68 Working Group on Land Use H.69 Geology and Geophysics Committee 1.70 Unit of Coastal Sedimentation Committee H.71 Working Party on Palaeontology and Stratigraphy H.72 NATURE CONSERVANCY COUNCIL SCOTTISH COUNCIL (DEVELOPMENT AND INDUSTRY) SCOTTISH FIELD STUDIES ASSOCIATION UNESCO H.73 H.74-H. 84 H.85-H. 87 H.88-H.90 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 61 Part 2 Scotland: committees and organisations H.1, H.2 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND S:CIENCE Minerals Consultative Committee Consultative Committee). (later Mineral Resources The Committee was set up in May 1967 to replace the Natural Resources Advisory Committee of the Ministry of Land and Natural Resources (q.v.). George 25 May 1967 gives the background history and functions of the Committee. Letter of invitation sent to In June 1971 the Committee appointed a Working Group on Minerals and the Environment, on which George also served. The Working Group prepared a report, submitted at the end of 1972. Correspondence, 1967, 1969 Includes letter of invitation to serve on the committee, May 1967, and George's ms. notes on the Ist Meeting, 30 June. 1969 correspondence refers to the Mineral Resources Panel of the Scottish Office which was partly superseded by the D.E.S. Committee. Correspondence and papers, 1971, 1974 Mainly re Working Party on Minerals and the Environment, set up by the Mineral Resources Consultative Committee, June 1971. Includes Minutes of Meetings and drafts of report on ‘Minerals and the Environment’. H.1 H.2 H.3-H.9 GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON George was an active member of the Society. He served on manyof its committees and sub-committees, and was President 1968-70. part of his activities is documented in the surviving papers, which are presented chronologically as follows: He was awarded its Lyell Medal in 1963. Only a Hi dH.5 H.6, H.7 H.8 Aig Education Sub-committee Dinantian Working Group Stratigraphical Code Sub-committee Shorter correspondence on affairs of the Society T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 H.3-H.5 H.3 H.4 H.o H.6, H.7 62 Part 2 Scotland: committees and organisations Education Sub-committee, 1965-68, 1971-72 Working Party on Geology in Primary and Secondary Schools. George was Chairman and the secretary was R.H. Roberts. A report was produced in 1966. Correspondence with secretary, officials of the Society and other interested bodies, Schools Council, Nuffield Foundation, etc. 1965-66 1967-68 1971-72. to serve as co-opted member on Education Sub-committ ee. Later correspondence including invitation to George Stratigraphical, Standing Committee. Sub-committee. Dinantian Working Group. Upper Palaeozoic Era George was Chairman of the Upper Palaeozoic Era Sub-committee and of the Dinantian Working Group. H.6 Correspondence, 1966-72 Invitations to colleagues to join the Dinantian Working Group, with their replies; continuing correspondence with the secretary (G.A.L. Johnson) and others including comments on draft proposals of the Working Group (1972). H.7 Draft papers by members of the Dinantian Working Group, some by George and many annotated by him. H.8 Stratigraphical Code Sub-committee General correspondence, 1966-68. Includes information and correspondence from W.W. Bishop and others on principles of stratigraphic classification. He? Shorter correspondence onaffairs of the Society, 1966-73. Brief exchanges only; gratulating George on his nomination as President. includes letter from W.B. Harland con- T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 63 Part 2 Scotland: committees and organisations H.10-H.17 INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC UNIONS (I.C.S.U.) Committee on Science Teaching. (Formerly Inter-Union Commission on Science Teaching) George served as representative of the International Union of Geological Sciences (q.v.) on 1.C.S.U.'s Inter-Union Commission on Science Teaching (generally known as C.1.E.S. from the initials of the French version of its name). He was elected President of the Commission at its meeting in Paris in October 1965 and remainedin office from. 1966 until his resignation in July 1968 (see H.15). The C.1.E.S. was dissolved at the 1.C.S.U. general assembly in October 1968 and replaced by the Committee on Science Teaching to which George was also appointed, con- tinuing as an active member until 1976. The following papers consist .mainly of correspondence with successive Secretaries of C.1.E.S. and the Committee on Science Teaching (P. Fleury and D.G. Chisman), officers of 1.C.S.U. and UNESCO, and other members of C.1.E.S. re arrangements for meetings and conferences, submission of reports, drafting of publications and other administrative business. Correspondence and papers, 1964-65. Includes material relating to Congress at Dakar on ‘Science Teaching and Economic Growth', January 1965, at which George gave a paper (see H.11 below). 2 typescript drafts (one with extensive ms. corrections) of paper on 'The Inter-Disciplinary Relations of Geology’ presented by George at the Dakar Congress, January 1965. Correspondence, January-August 1966. Correspondence and papers, September-December 1966. Includes George's ms. notes for a meeting of C.1.E.S. in Paris, September 1966, and his account of a meeting of ICSU in Monte Carlo, October 1966, which he attended as President of C.1.E.S. Correspondence and papers, January-June 1967. Correspondence and papers, August 1967-November 1968. Includes George's letter of resignation as President of C.1.E.S., 31 July 1968. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 2 Scotland: committees and organisations 64 H.16 H.17 Correspondence and papers, 1969-71. Correspondence and papers, 1972-76. H.18, Wav? INTERNATIONAL GEOLOGICAL CORRELATION PROGRAMME (hG.C.P,) This was a cooperative enterprise of UNESCO and 1.U.G.S. Folders contain UNESCO and 1.U.G.S. circulars and some correspondence documenting George's involvement with the project. H.18 H.19 1967-70 1971-73 H.20-H. 64 INTERNATIONAL UNION OF GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES (1.U.G.S.) H.20-H. 34 Commission for Geology Teaching at University Level. The 1.U.G.S. Commission for. Geology Teaching at University Level was formed as a result of |.U.G.S. involvement in the programmes of UNESCO (q.v.) and the 1.C.S.U. Inter-Union Commission on Science Teaching (q.v.), on which George served as |.U.G.S. representative. ordinator of the UNESCO special project on Science Teaching in Universities which provided the core of the membership of the 1.U.G.S. Commission, George was appointed the first Chairman of the Commission for Geology Teaching at a meeting of the 1.U.G.S. Council in Rome, October 1963. In view of his experience as co- In 1969 he was succeeded by Z. Pouba but remained as acting Chairman due to Pouba's inability to obtain permission to leave Czechoslovakia to attend meetings of the 1.U.G.S. Com- mission. cover pre-university teaching and George was appointed as Chair- man of the renamed Committee on Geology Teaching. In 1973 the scope of the Commission was extended to H.20 Correspondence with the Secretary General of 1.U.G.S. (T. Sorgenfrei), 1962-63, re preliminary moves towards the formation of a Commission on Geology Teaching. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 H.21 H.22 Part 2 Scotland: committees and organisations 65 Correspondence with Sorgenfrei and others, 1964. from report of the 1,.U.G.S. Council Meeting in Rome, October 1963, at which the Commission on Geology Teaching at University Level was appointed, and arrangements for its first meeting during the XXII International Geological Congress at New Delhi. Includes extract Correspondence with the new Secretary General of 1.U.G.S. (W.P. van Leckwijck) and other members of the commission, January-June 1965, mainly re attempts to arrange a meeting of the commission following the failure to meet at New Delhi because several members (including George) were snowboundin Kashmir for the duration of the Congress. Includes 10pp. paper by George, ‘Mathematics in the training of geologists’, and comments on it by colleagues. Continuing correspondence, June-December 1965. Papers for meeting of the Commission at Prague, 28-30 January 1966. Includes George's ms. notes. Correspondence, January-December 1966. Mainly arrangements for or matters arising from the meeting in Prague. Correspondence, 1967. Includes information on geological publications in China. Correspondence, 1968, Geological Congress in Prague. Russian invasion of Czechoslovakia before meetings of some of the commissions (including the Commission for Geology Teaching) had been held. Mainly re the XXIII International This was cut short by the Includes letters, 1969, from the Correspondence, 1969-70. Secretary General and President, 1.U.G.S., suggesting that Z. Pouba should succeed George as Chairman of the Commission for Geology Teaching. Correspondence, January-August 1971. for a meeting of the Commission in Glasgow, September 1971. Includes arrangements Continuing correspondence, September-December 1971. Agenda, minutes and papers of meeting at Glasgow, September 1971. Includes replies to a questionnaire by T.W. Gevers into the teaching of Geology in African universities. Correspondence, 1972, mainly arrangements for 1.U.G.S. Council Meetings at Montreal, August. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 66 H.33 H.34 Part 2 Scotland: committees and organisations Letter from the Secretary General Correspondence, 1973-74. of 1.U.G.S. (S. van der Heide), 16 March 1973, announces George's appointment as Chairman of the re-named Committee on Geology Teaching and requests him to suggest a suitable successor to himself as Chairman of the Subcommission on Carboniferous Stratigraphy (q.v.). Miscellaneous reports prepared for meetings of the Commission for Geology Teaching, lists of members, etc., various dates. H.35-H. 64 Commission on Stratigraphy. Stratigraphy. Subcommission on Carboniferous George became President of the Subcommission on Carboniferous Stratigraphy in 1966 after the resignation of W.P. van Leckwijck. He remained in office until 1973 when he was asked by the 1.U.G.S. Council to resign because of his new appointment as Chairman of the Committee on Geology Teaching (q.v.). The material consists of two sequences of papers, one of which (H.35-H.50) pre-dates George's Presidency since it was passed on to him by van Leckwijck as constituting the archives of the Subcommission since 1958. H.64) consists of papers accumulated by George himself and contains correspondence with the Secretary of the Subcommission (R.H. Wagner) and others, mainly re arrangements for meetings and publications, notes of meetings and discussions, draft minutes, annual reports, financial statements, etc. The second sequence (H.51- For material on the International Stratigraphical Guide published by 1.U.G.S. International Sub-committee on Stratigraphical Classifications, see F.40-F.45. Set of ten numbered folders plus one extra, all containing corres- pondence and drafts relating to the activities of the Subcommission on Carboniferous Stratigsaphy, 1958-65. passed to George by the previous President, W.P. van Leckwijck. These papers were Titles and descriptions of contents which appear on the folders are quoted in the relevant entries; some of the very bulky folders have been split for ease of reference. H.. 35-1. 50 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 2 Scotland: committees and organisations 67 H.35 "Heerlen 1958 (handed over by the Heerlen Bureau September 1958). Answers to Jongmans Questionnaire’ Contains 80pp. duplicated typescript with several diagrams, headed "Fourth International Congress on Carboniferous Stratigraphy and Geology, Heerlen, 1958. Answers to the questionary Csicd of the late Professor Jongmans'. 'I' of the sequence. Folder not numbered but presumably H.36 H.37 H. 38 H.39 H.40 H.41 Ms. and typescript notes and drafts, conference circulars and a letter from the Secretary of the Congress (S. van der Heide), all originally included in the folder at H.35 above. "II. Report on the Subcommission on Carboniferous Stratigraphy Meetings held at Heerlen during the Mth Carboniferous Congress, September 1958. H. Schmidt, Dr. L. van der Waals.' Letters to and from Professor Letters toand from R.C. Moore, J. Rodgers, C.J. Stubblefield, Folder also includes a duplicated typescript by H.D. Hedberg, In chronological order, 1958- ‘III. M.K. Elias, S. van der Heide’. 60. dated 1952. Resolutions I-VIII of the Subcommission on Stratigraphy "IV. carried at the IVth Carboniferous Congress, Heerlen, September 1958.' correspondence andsigned register of attendance for meeting of the Subcommission on Carboniferous Stratigraphy, 19 August 1960. Includes ms. and typescript notes and drafts, brief 'V. Working-Group on the Palaeontology and the Stratigraphy of the Stephanian and the Autunian. Mainly correspondence and drafts exchanged between Remy and van Leckwijck, 1960-63. Chairman: Dr. W. Remy.' 'VI. F. K. Kahler.’ Carboniferous Stratigraphy based on Fusulinids. Professor Correspondence, 1964, and circular, 1960. H.42-H.44 'VIIl. Members of the Subcommission on Carboniferous Strati- graphy. The contents of the folder have been subdivided for ease of reference. List of Members. Letters to and from Members. ' H.42 Ms. and typescript lists of members. In original folder. H.43 Correspondence, 1958-59. H.44 Correspondence, 1960-61. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 2 Scotland: committees and organisations 68 H.45 'VIII. Meetings of the Subcommission on Carboniferous Strati- graphy During the 5th Carboniferous Congress in Paris, September Ms. and typescript drafts; correspondence with members 1963.' of the Subcommission. H.46-H.48 Meeting in Sheffield, September 1965 CIMS ECommission 'IX. Internationale de Microflore du PalezoiqueJ.' Correspondence with the Secretary General of C.1.M.S. (B. Alpern) and others re arrangements for the meeting and matters arising. The contents of the folder have been subdivided for ease of reference. H.46 H,47 Correspondence, November 1964-March 1965. In original folder. Correspondence, April-August 1965. H.48 Correspondence, September-November 1965. H.49 'X. Subcommission on Carboniferous Stratigraphy. Working Groups on Stratotypes. September-December 1965.' Contains correspondence, November-December 1965, Minutes of meeting at Sheffield in September and answers to questionnaire Van about participation in Working Groups on Stratotypes. Leckwijck's letter of 14 December refers to his resignation as Chairman of the Subcommission on Carboniferous Stratigraphy and George's willingness to be his successor. See also H.51. H.50 Folder labelled 'India 1964' containing miscellaneous corres- pondence and drafts, 1960-65, much of which is closely related to material in folders I-X. H.51 Correspondence and papers, July-December 1965. Includes Minutes of Meeting of the Permanent Committee of the International Congress of Carboniferous Stratigraphy and Geology to discuss arrangements for the 6th Congress to be held in Sheffield, September 1967; Minutes of First Meeting of the British Executive Committee for the Congress of which George was a member; letter from W.P. van Leckwijck, 10 December 1965, announcing his resignation as President of the Subcommission on Carboniferous Stratigraphy and George's nomination as his successor . Van Leckwijck's letter of 31 December gives an account of the documents sent to George which now appear at H.35-H.50. . MH. 52 H.53 H.54 Correspondence and papers, 1966. Correspondence and papers, January-June 1967. Correspondence and papers, July-December 1967. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 H.55 69 Part 2 Scotland: committees and organisations Typescript drafts for report of Meeting of the Subcommission on Carboniferous Stratigraphy held in association with the 6th International Congress of Carboniferous Stratigraphy and Geology at Sheffield, September 1967. Correspondence and papers, 1968. Correspondence and papers, 1969. in Liége, 16-18 April 1969. Includes report of meeting H.58 Correspondence, 1970. Correspondence and papers, 1971. Drafts for report on activities of the Subcommission on Carboni- ferous Stratigraphy during 1971 and duplicated typescript account of meeting at Krefeld in August. Correspondence and papers, January-June 1972. Includes Correspondence and papers, July-December 1972. papers on revised statutes of |.U.G.S. Commission on Strati- graphy and its Subcommissions. Correspondence and papers, 1973. resignation as President of the Subcommission at the request of the 1.U.G.S. Council (see introductory note) and the nomination of his successor (A. Bouroz). Includes letters on George's Correspondence and papers, 1974. formation of the working party on Carboniferous-Devonian junction. Includes material on the T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 2 Scotland: committees and organisations 70 H.65-H. 67 MINISTRY OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES (created October 1964; Minister F.T. Willey) Natural Resources Advisory Committee The Committee was set up in March 1965 under the Chairman- George was a memberof the Committee ship of Sir Dudley Stamp. from its inception and he also chaired one of its three sub-committees (on Minerals). election of 1966, the Committee was wound up in February 1967. It was replaced by the Minerals Consultative Committee of the Department of Education and Science (q.v.) on which George also served. After a period of uncertainty following the general H.65 H. 66 Correspondence and papers, March=December 1965. Includes initial letter of invitation to George to serve on the Committee, lists of members, etc. Correspondence and papers, January-May 1966. draft reports and minutes of Minerals Subcommittee, some with extensive ms. corrections by George. Includes H.67 Correspondence, May 1966-February 1967. Mainly re the future of the Natural Resources Advisory Committee following the government decision to abolish the Ministry of Land. H.68-H.72 NATURAL ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH COUNCIL Correspondence and papers re various committees on which George served, in chronological order. H.68 The Nature Conservancy George was a member of the Conservancy, of the Scottish Committee, and of the Scientific Policy Committee. Brief correspondence, 1960, 1966, 1968, 1972. Correspondence 1972 includes copies of George's letter to Mrs. M. Thatcher on the relationship of the Nature Conservancy and NERC (May) and of his resignation (October). H.69 Working Group on Land Use The Working Group was set up in 1966 under the Chairmanship of F.K. Hare. Correspondence includes invitation to serve and correspondence preceding the first meeting. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 7) Part 2 Scotland: committees and organisations H.70 Geology and Geophysics Committee George was a member from May 1968 until August 1970 when the subject committees ceased to exist consequent on the reorganisation of NERCstructure and procedures. Correspondence with officials and colleagues, 1968-70; includes letters of invitation to serve (May 1968), to represent the committee on the Oceanography and Fisheries Committee (q.v.) (August 1968), letter of thanks for service (August 1970). See H.72 for Palaeontology and Stratigraphy Working Party of the Committee. H.7] Unit of Coastal Sedimentation Committee George was a member of the Committee from its inception in 1969 until May 1973, when NERC Oceanography was reorganised and a new Institute of Oceanographic Sciences was created. February 1971 the Committee's name was changed to Unit of Coastal Sedimentation Advisory Committee. In Correspondence re Committee, its members, functions, meetings, etc., with some notes by George 1969-73. H.72 Working Party on Palaeontology and Stratigraphy This was one of a series of specialist working parties of the Geology and Geophysics Committee set up to evolve a NERC policy for The working party was established under George's research. chairmanship in June 1970 and reported in 1971. Folder includes correspondence with officials and colleagues, draft and revised versions of working party report. H.73 NATURE CONSERVANCY COUNCIL Brief correspondence only, on coast protection, 1978. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 72 Part 2 Scotland: committees and organisations H.74-H. 84 SCOTTISH COUNCIL (DEVELOPMENT AND INDUSTRY) Mineral Resources Panel. The Mineral Resources Panel of the Scottish Council was set up in August 1948 to assemble information on the quantity, quality, location and availability of mineral deposits in Scotland and on their possible commercial uses. George was Chairman, and the Secretary was C. Macrae, for whom J.A.D. Nimmo normally acted. The material consists of draft reports, committee papers and correspondence with the Secretary and others, 1949-63. 1949-51. of interested parties’ held in Glasgow, December 1949. Includes background papers for a preliminary ‘Conference 1952-53 Draft report by George on 'Geological and Mineral Surveys in Under-developed Areas'. n.d., perhaps c.1953. Includes 'Written contribution by Professor T. Neville 1954-55. George ... to the Symposium on Mineral Resources Policy organised by the Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, London, 22nd September 1955’. 1956 1957-58 1959 1960 H.80 H.8] 1961. Mainly re results of Symposium on "Natural Resources in Scotland' held 31 October-2 November 1960 (see also below). Folder containing papers from the Symposium with covering letter to George from L.A. Elgood (Symposium Chairman). 1962-63 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 2 Scotland: committees and organisations 73 H.85-H.87 SCOTTISH FIELD STUDIES ASSOCIATION George was a. member of the Executive Committee, and of the Finance and Scientific Committees. Report for 1976. He also edited the Annual General correspondence, 1973-77, on matters arising from committee meetings, arrangements for publication of Annual Report, etc. Includes ms. draft of article by S.M. Marshall for publication in 1976 Report. Copies of articles of association, of architects' drawings for Field Centre, of 1974 Annual Report containing article by George ‘Geology around Kindrogan'. Miscellaneous minutes of meetings of Executive, Finance and Scientific Committees, 1973-77. H.85 H.86 H.87 H.88-H.90 UNESCO The work involved George in the preparation of reports George was coordinator of the geological section of a UNESCO special project on science teaching in universities in selected countries which later provided most of the initial membership of the 1.U.G.S. Commission for Geology Teaching in Universities (q.v.). for UNESCO as author or editor, including a booklet on ‘University Instruction in Geology' which was distributed by UNESCO toa number of developing countries. is concerned with arrangements and contracts for UNESCO reports and publications including a manuscript on 'New Trends in the Teaching of Geology’, to be prepared in conjunction with the Teaching Commissions of 1.C.S.U. and 1.U.G.S. (qq.v.). This report was never completed, partly due to organisational problems within the Commissions, and further correspondence aboutit is to be found passim in H.10-H.17 and H.20-H.34. The following correspondence H.88 H.89 Correspondence, February-October 1965, and little later corres- pondence requesting copies of the booklet. Typescript draft of report by George on 'Geology for Students of Agriculture’, July 1965, with many marginal annotations in another hand. 68pp. H.90 Ms. synopsis for 'New Trends in the Teaching of Geology’. n.d. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 74 SECTION J CORRESPONDENCE J.1 - J.135 This Section comprises letters received in George's correspondence folders or as loose papers. Other correspondence kept by George with his research, committee or publications papers, has beenleft in place in the relevant Sections. The material is presented as follows: J.1 -J.75 In alphabetical Correspondence with individuals or institutions. order, dated and indexed, with an indication of any information of particular biographical, scientific or historical interest. J.76-J.80 Shorter unindexed correspondence: exchangesof reprints, information, etc. J.81-J.135 References and appointments. Ager, D. V. | various dates 1963-76 Includes some material on University College, Swansea Geology Department Golden Jubilee in 1970. J.1 J.2 5.3 Allen, P. 1954 letter is on silicas. Allison, A. Al Nagib, K. M. Amos, A. J. Organisation of geology. Austin, R. —L. Research onstratotypes. J.4 Baird, L. S. Proposal for rock classification. Banerji, A. K. Bassett, D. A. Mainly publications. 1954, 1970, 1973 1967 1963-64 1966, 1970-71 1968-69 1968 1965, 1972 1970-74 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 2 Scotland: correspondence 75 a5 Bathurst, R. G. C. 1958, 1972 1958 correspondence is on limestone terminology. Batten, R. L. Bellair, P. George's carbon only. J.6 Bisat, W._S. Breconshire and Penninefossils. Blundell, R. C.K. 1972 1973 1955 1953 J.7 J.8 Je? J.10 Bouroz, A. 1968, 1970 1970 correspondenceis on editorship of lexicon of carboniferous stratigraphy. Bowen, D. Q. Mainly on geology of Gower. Boyd, D. M. Brown, E._ H. 1963-74 1963-67 1947, 1952, 1973 Geomorphology of Wales, publications. Caldwell, W. G. E. 1958-72 Scientific and personal correspondence; George's letters of 20 December 1966 and 21 April 1972 give lively accounts of his doings. Challinor, J. Charlesworth, J. K. Irish limestone. Clarke, M. J. Controversy on Irish rocks. J.12 Conil, R. Cooke, E. A. Cope, F. W. 1970 1954 1967 1974, 1976 1962 1960, 1962 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 J.13 J.14 J.15 Part 2 Scotland: correspondence Craig, G. Y. Cummings, R. H. Currall, A. E. George's carbons only Curtis, A. SS. G. Dalyell, T. George's carbon only. 76 1962-74 1957, 1965-73 1960-63 1972 1963 Davidson, C.F. 1960-64 George's carbons only. Davies, K. A. Invitation to Geological Club. Dixon, E. 1965 1955 J.17 Doig, A. T. 1958, 1962 On 'whinstone' and 'molochite’. Dollar, A. T. J. 1959-60 Includes report of 1959 expedition to Jan Mayen Island, Greenland Sea. Donovan, D. 1966 George's carbon only. J.18 Downie, C. various dates Drummond, J. M. Duncan, G._ S. Mineral Resources Panel. Jel? J.20 Dunham, K. C. Dunk, A. J. Proposed handbook for geology teachers. Dunlop, G. M. Spirifers, Irish rocks, etc. 1963-70 and some undated 1963 1966 1961-62, 1965 1969 1959-65 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 a2! Eager, R. M. C. Part 2 Scotland: correspondence Falcon, N. Gaen, C. & F. Limited Limestones at South Cornelly. 77 1974 197] 1965 Gallitelli, P. 1965, 1970 George's carbons only. Getty, T. A. History of 'Recapitulation Theory’. Gevers, T. W. . 1970 1967-71 Glasgow Tobacco Warehouse Co. and others 1960 Fergusonite. Goldring, R. 1972, 1974 Hedberg, H. OD. various dates 1965-72 Mainly on stratigraphical classification and terminology. Hogg, W. A. Brachiopods. 1964 Hudson, R. G. S. 1931-37 Correspondence and papers, mainly on Cayton Gill fossils. Iliffe, J. 1968-69 Proposal for musical setting of George's British Regional Guide to North Wales. Imbrie, J. 1966 J.22 J.23 J.24 J.25 J.26 J.27 J.28-J.31 International Nickel Company and others 1951-54 Correspondence and papers re possible nickel mining at Inverary, Argyll; George and R. McAdam advised on the project, which was not deemed commercially viable. J.28 Correspondence with A.B. Graham of Henry Wiggin and Company Limited, 1951-54. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 J.29 J.30 J.31 78 Part 2 Scotland: correspondence Correspondence with F.B. Howard-White of Mond Nickel Company Limited, 1952-53. Correspondence with R. McAdam and D. Boyd on project, 1953. ‘Exploration at Inverary' Reports (two versions) of meetings in January and February 1953 to consider ore prospects. Both by George. J.32 Kay, M. Kellaway, G. A. Zoning. Kimambo, R. H. 1965, 1967 1955 1967 J.33 J.34 King, B. C. various dates 1959-73 J.35 Lacaille, A. OD. Analysis of 'mace-head'. Lamont, A. 1949-54, 1973 Lamont, R. B. Mack Pre-glacial tundra. J.36 Lane, N. G. Irish crinoids. Lang, J. G. George's carbon only. Larminie, F. G. 1963 197] 1970 1959 King, L. Kirk, N. Comments on paper. Kirkaldy, J. F. George's carbon only. 1966-67 1966 1971 1963-64 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 2 Scotland: correspondence J.37 Leake, B. Irish rocks. Includes draft paper. Lecompte, M. Carboniferous reefs. Leitch, D. W. Exploration in Llangattwg caves, Brecon. Lewis, G. I. Lewis, M. S. Lindstrém, M. Linton, D. L. Lunar morphology. Geology of Loch Ness. Logan, A. Nomenclature of Camerophoria. Love, L. G. Lucas, K. G. Irish rocks. Lys, M. 79 1961-62 1963, 1966 1959-61 1958 1966-69 1962 1966 1962 1958, 1963 1966 1965, 1972 1978 J.38 J.39 J.40 J.4] J.42 Llewellyn, J. 1957-59, 1968 Loch Ness Phenomena Investigation Bureau Ltd. 1970 J.43 McKerrow, W. S. Includes draft papers. J.44-J.46 Magnesium Elektron Limited 1955-57 George acted as adviser to the company on dolomite deposits, and a water supply, at Bone Mill Quarry, Matlock, Derbyshire. reports, drawings, etc. Material includes correspondence, J.44 J.45 J.46 1955 1956 1957 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 2 Scotland: correspondence J.47 Mikulic, D. G. Trilobites. Mitchell, M. Nairn, A. E. M. National Coal Board Request for George to act as Assessor. Neves, R. Nevill, W. E. 80 1978 1978 1958-59, 1971 1971 1965, 1971-74 1957-67 J.48 J.49 J.50 J.51 Research and publications on Irish rocks. Newell, N. D. 1954-61, 1966, 1971 Early correspondence is on rock specimens for American Museum of Natural History. J.52 Pantin, H. 1957-60 Papers on Irish rocks. Paproth, E. Includes 'problematical' sketches. Park, R. Ancient evaporites. 1958 1971 J.53 Parkinson, D. 1953-55, 1961 J.54 J.55 J.56 Research and publications on West Derbyshire Carboniferous Limestone. Patterson, E. M. 1952-54 Irish conglomerate. Patton, J. B. (and others) 1957-73 Research, visits, publications. Peel, R. F. Peltenburg, E. J. Cyprus rocks. Penney, L. F. 1955 1972 1972 continued T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 81 Part 2 Scotland: correspondence J.56 (Cont'd. ) Phemister, T. C. 1971 George's carbon only, on geology in schools. Phillips, HH. T. 1967 Mineral workings in Scotland. J.57 te Pirrit, J. 1961-63, 1966 George contributed a foreword to a posthumous book by Pirrit, Across West Antarctica. J.58 J.59 J.60 J.61 Pitcher, W. S. Plumstead, E. P. Ramsbottom, W. H. C. Dinantian lexicon. Rayner, D. H. George's carbon only. Reading, H. G. Regnéll, G. Rhodes, F. H. T. various dates Richey, J. E. Rise, R. J. Geomorphology of Upper WyeBasin. J.62 Robertson, R. H. S. Ross, F. S. Specimens of gryphaea. J.63 Shrestha, C. L. Spalton, G. J. N. Gowerrocks. J.64 Tait, G. Tavener-Smith, R. 1970 1967 1972 1951 1960 1960, 1966 1957-71 1957 1954 1962 1956-57, 1963 1965 1978 1949 1972-73 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 J.65 J.66 Part 2 Scotland: correspondence Taylor, John, and Sons 1955-56 Miscellaneous mineral exploration expeditions. 82 Teichert, C. (and others) Mainly on UNESCO support for Treatise on Invertebrate Palaeontology. Teixera, C. Thom, A. S. Ice scratches. 1973 1967 1957 J.67 Thomas, T. M. various dates 1960-74 J.68 J.69 J.70 J.71 J.72 J.73 Tomkeieff, S. I. 1962 George's carbon only, on work of Tyrrell at Glasgow. Trail, D. S. various dates 1958-68 Research in Australia. Tremlett, W. E. Tripp, R. P. n.d. 1953-72 Research and publications on Girvan trilobites. Trotter, F. M. 1947, 1962 South Wales structures. Turner, J. S. 1949-62 Research and publications on Lower Carboniferous. Walsh, P. Excursion, publication. Wardlow, N. C. 197] 1965-66 Paper on Ardfinnan-Mitchelstown syncline; includes draft paper with many annotations by George. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 2 Scotland: correspondence 83 J.74, 3.75 Yen, John Teng-Chien (and others) 1948-56 Research and publications, on fossil mollusca and inter-continental correlations. J.74 J.75 1948-49 1950-56 J.76-J.80 SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE Not indexed. J.76-J.78 Brief correspondence on scientific topics, requests for information made or received by George, etc. In alphabetical order. J.76 J.77 J.78 A-C D-N O-W J.79, J.80 Exchanges of reprints, requests for reprints, thanks for publica- tions sent or received by George. In chronological order. Jel7 J.80 1950-64 1965-78 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 Part 2 Scotland: correspondence J.81-J.135 REFERENCES AND APPOINTMENTS 84 George was widely consulted as a referee for all levels of appointments. The folders below, in chronological order, include requests from individuals - former pupils, research students, colleagues, etc. - for support in their applications for posts, fellow- ships of societies, grants for research, and from institutions, universities and industrial firms for advice on appointments or promotions. The names are alphabetical within each folder. There are relatively few surviving documents relating to theses or to comments on papers submitted for publication. They are preserved at J.131-J.135. J.81 J.82 J.84 J.85 J.86 J.87 J.88 J.89 1947 1948 1950 195] 1952 1953 1954 1955 J.83 1949 J.90 J.91 3.92 J.93 J.94 1956 1957 1958 1959 (1) 1959 (2) Continued aBioay*N‘1 78/S/LOLDWSD G8 @ouapuodsaiod:punjjoosZHdd Cé6°r 96°T L6'C 86‘ 66°T OOL’f LOL'T ZOL*S Col‘r yOL'f 9LLTS ALLE BLT 6LL‘T OZ1°T IZL°F ZZLEf €ZL‘fF SOL’r 90L°F LOL'E SOL'f 60L°f OLL'S LLL‘ET ZLL‘E Elle VLE GLLT 6961 veL't GZL‘f 9ZL°T ZOE 8Z1°F 6Z1°F oeLr (1)0961 (Z)0961 (1)1961 (Z)1961 (1)2961 (Z)2961 (1)€961 (Z)€96L (1)1961 (Z)W96L (1)OZ61 (Z)0261 (€)0261 (1)LZ6L (Z)LZ6L (€)1261 (1)2261 (Z)2261 (1)S96L (Z)$961 (€)S961 (1)9961 (Z)9961 (€)9961 (1)2961 (Z)L961 (1)8961 (Z)8961 (1)€Z61 (Z)€261 (1)7261 (Z)vZ6L GZ6L LL6 "peu vELT-LELer Ajjpo1yeqoydopabuniin‘uolyoo1jqndsoysiedodjoBursasajoy *jouunolAq LEL‘S CELL JUNLVN 696L‘8961“9961 A9D01049AOIWNYINOFGNV1V4IZMAN SDISAHdO4DPUP vZ6l T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 J.133 J.134 Part 2 Scotland: correspondence ROYAL SOCIETY OF EDINBURGH, TRANSACTIONS S.G.M. Unidentified J.135 Refereeing of theses 86 1970-73 1963 1971, 1977 1974, 1977 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 87 SECTION K BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL K.1 - K.31 K.1 -K.24 CAREER, HONOURS AND AWARDS K.25-K. 31 MISCELLANEOUS K.1-K.24 CAREER, HONOURS AND AWARDS K.1 Kuz K.3 K.4 K.5 K.6 K.7 K.8 K.9 Miscellaneous school examination certificates, 1917-19. Miscellaneous University of London, University of Wales examination certificates, 1920-24. Award of Post-graduate Studentship, University of Wales, 1924, and extension, 1925. St. John's College, Cambridge, 1926-28 Correspondence, 1926, and testimonials, 1928, 1929. from H. Woods (Professor of Geology, Sedgwick Museum). Bonney Award for Geology, St. John's College, 1927. Award of Doctorate (University Reporter), 1928. University College, Swansea, 1926-27 Testimonials for, and award of University Fellowship, 1926, and extension, 1927. University College, Swansea, 1928-29 Letters of appointment as Part-time Demonstrator in Geology, 1928, and renewal, 1929. Testimonials for application for posts at Armstrong College (Durham University) and unidentified Lecturership, 1928, 1929. Testimonials for application for Curatorship of Kelvingrove Museum, Glasgow, 1930. George's application and testimonials for post of Lecturer in Geology, Bedford College, 1930 (typescript copy only). T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 88 Biographical and personal Testimonials for application for post on the Geological Survey, 1930. Also included are formal letter of appointment as Geologist on the Survey, September 1930, and testimonials for an earlier application for a similar post, 1927. D.Sc. Wales, 1932 Proof of printed notice only. Application for appointment as Professor of Geology, University College, Swansea, 1933. George's printed application, ms. testimonials, letter of appoint- ment, letter of congratulation from F.E. Smith. Application for appointment to the Chaning Wills Chair of Geology, University of Bristol, 1937. George's duplicated application. Bibliography has ms. additions updating it to 1939. Brief correspondence, 1939-40, nominating George to Geology Sub-committee, Central Register Advisory Council, Ministry of Labour. Ms. testimonial (from A.E. Trueman) for George's application for Regius Professorship of Geology, University of Edinburgh, 1942. Undated testimonial (from W.F.P. McLintock). Chair of Geology, University of Glasgow, 1946. Letter of appointment (only); nation from Swansea. Hon.D.Sc., Rennes, 1955. letter accepting George's resig- Correspondence, presentation address. Shorter correspondence (George's carbons only) on various honours: election to Royal Society, award of Lyell Medal, 1962-63. Invitation to represent University of Wales at Memorial Service for Sir Hector Hetherington, 1965. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 89 K.20 K.2] K,22 K.23 K.24 Biographical and personal Invitation to St. David's College, Lampeter, Centenary Dinner, 1966. Election as Corresponding Member, Geological Society of Belgium, 1974. Election as Honorary Member, Geological Society of Glasgow, 1975. Invitation to accept Kelvin Prize and deliver Annual Kelvin Lecture, Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow, 1975. Award of Leverhulme Emeritus Fellowship, 1977. K.25-K.31 MISCELLANEOUS K.25 K.26 K.27 K.28 K.29 K.30 K.31 Miscellaneous financial material re salary, superannuation, taxation, etc. Various dates, 1939-74. "Howlers' from students’ examination answers. Correspondence with British European Airways, complaining of missed flights, lost luggage, etc., 1969-70. List of contributors to retirement presentation. List of research students and their positions, 1938-77. Miscellaneous biographical information, list of overseas visits. Shorter unindexed personal correspondence, greeting cards, etc., 1963-77. T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 90 INDEX OF INDIVIDUALS, ORGANISATIONS AND FIRMS ABERNEATHY, ADAMS, James Whyte Leitch AGER, Derek V. ALDRIDGE, Donald ALLEN, Percival ALLISON, Archie AL NAQIB, K. M. ALPERN, B. AMOS, Arturo J. ANDERSON, Charles A. ANDERSON, J. G. C. ARCHER, Alan A. L. ASPINALL, R. AUSTIN, Ronald L. BAEZ, Albert V. BAIRD, Leslie S. BAKER, F. W. G. BALERNO, Alick Drummond Buchanan- Smith, Baron BANDYOPADHYAY, P. C. BANERJI, A. K. BARADWAJ, D.C. BARTH, TomF. W. BARZUN, Jacques BASSETT, Douglas Anthony BATHURST, R. G. C. BATTEN, Roger L. BEAVER, S. H. BELL, Graham C. See C.5] E.65 J.1 H.85 J.2 J.2 J.2 H.46-H.49, H.53, H.56, H.59, H.63 H.29, H.30, H.32, J.3 H.43, H.44 H.66 H.1, H.2, H.65, H.66 C.60 F.52, H.52, J.3 H.12, H.14 JA H.14, H.16, H.17 E.67, E.68, E.73, E.80, E.92, £.97, £.76 H.10, H.12, H.13 JA H.43 H.22 G.1 JA J.5 J.5 C77 See also C.34, C.35 E.75, E.80-E.97 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 9] Index of individuals, organisations and firms BELLAIR, Pierre BENNETT, J. B. BEVERTON, Raymond John Heaphy BEYNON, Sir (William John) Granville BISAT, William Sawney BISHOP, William W. BLACK, Donald BLAKER, George Blaker BLESS, Martin J. M. BLOXHAM,Wallace BLUNDELL, Robert C. K. BODE, Hans BOLLI, H. M. BOOTE, Robert Edward BOUROZ, Alexis BOWEN, David Q. BOWES, Donald Ralph BOWIE, Stanley Hay Umphray BOYD, David Murray BRITISH INDUSTRIAL SOLVENTS LIMITED (B.1.S.) BROOKES,Brian S. BROWN, Eric Herbert BRUNTON, John Stirling BULMAN, Oliver Meredith Boone BURGER, H. Robert BUTLER, Lionel CALDWELL, W. Glen E. CALVER, Michael A. CAMERON, John Robinson H.16, H.19, H.25, H.27, H.29, H.30, H.32 See also J.5 C.38 H.70, H.71 H.14 J.6 H.8 J.23 H.1 F.40, F.52, H.63 F.52 J.6 H.44, H.54 H.56 H.2 H.49, H.53, H.58, H.61, H.63, H.64, J.6 J.7 E.45, E.49 J.23 J.8, J.30 C.1-C.23 H.85 J.9 E.68 J.74 J.55 E.77 J.10 H.58, H.59, H.61, H.63 E.73 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 92 Index of individuals, organisations and firms CHALARD, J. CHALLINOR, John CHALONER, W. G. CHANDRASEKHARAN, K. CHARLESWORTH, J. Kaye CHISMAN, Dennis G. CHLUPAG, Ivo CLARK, Roger D. CLARKE, A. CLARKE, M. S. J. CLOUD, Preston E. CONIL, Raphaél COOK, Alan Hugh COOKE, Edmund A. COPE, F. Wolverston CORSIN, P. COWIE, J. W. COX, L. R. CRAIG, Gordon Y. CRAWFORD, Hamilton W. | CRAWFORDS, Solicitors and Notaries CUMMINGS, Robert H. CURRALL, A. E. CURTIS, Adam S. G. DAPPLES, E. C. DAVIDSON, Charles Findlay DAVIES, D. J. DAVIES, Kenneth A. DAVIES, Margaret DAVIES, W. DAVIS, Albert C. H.49 J.11 H.58 H.12-H.15 J.11 H.10, H.12, H.16, H.17 F.43 F.67 F.67 J.11 H.43 D.19, D.20, E.26, F.53, G.8, H.53, H.63, H.64, J.12 E.54 J.12 J.12 H.58, H.59 H.19 J.75 J.13 C.24 C.24 H.53, J.14 J.15 J.15 G.3 H.25 C.37 H.66, J.16 F.74 H.1 E.73, E.80, E.83, E.87, E.89, E.93 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 93 Index of individuals, organisations and firms DELEPINE, G. DELMER, A. H.44 H.57 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE H.1, H.2 DINGWALL, Christopher H. DIXON, Ernest DOIG, A. T. DOLLAR, A. T. John DOWNIE, Charles DRUMMOND, James M. DUFF, Keith L. DUNCAN, Gordon S. H.85 J.16 J517 J.17 J.18 J.18 H.73 J.18 DUNHAM, Sir Kingsley (Charles) H.28, H.66, J.19 DUNK, Anthony J. DUNLOP, Grace M. EAGAR, R. Michael C. EARP aka R. EBBS, E. H. Montague EDEN, Robert A. ED\VARDS, Charles Alfred ELGOOD,Leonard Alsager ELIAS, M._ ERBEN, H. K. K. FAIRHURST, Horace FALCON, Norman FALKE, H. FEARNSIDES, William George FEDIUK, F. FEYS, Robert FIEBIG, Heinrich FLETCHER, S. J. FLETT, Sir John Smith FLEURY, Pierre J.20 J.20 F.53, H.49, J.21 D.9-D.12 C.21 F.48 K.10 H.83 H.38, H.43 F.43, H.64 E.48 J.2] H.58, H.59 C.28 H.33 H.54 H.49, H.58, H.63 J.44-J.46 K.12 H.10, H.12-H.15, H.57 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/ 84 94 Index of individuals, organisations and firms FLINN, Michael W. FRAENKEL, T. FRANCIS, J. L. FRAZER, J. F. OD. FRUEH, Alfred J. GAEN, C. &F. Limited GANEFF, Robert E. GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON GETTY, T. A. GEVERS, T. W. GLAESSNER, Martin F. GLASGOW TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY GOLDRING,Roland GONZALEZ-BONORINO, Felix GORDON, Mackenzie GORSHKOV, G. P. GORSKY, J. GRAHAM, A. B. GRAHAM, D. S. GRAHAM, R. M. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY GREENHILL, Ernest, Ist Baron GREENSMITH, J. GRIBBLE, Colin D. Trewor GRIVET, Thérase HAHNE, Carl HALL, Jeremy HANFORD, G. HARLAND, W. Brian HASTINGS, John J. H. E.72, E.89 C.60 See C.26 H.68 H.12-H.14, H.22 J.21 H.12, H.23, H.25, H.88 H.3-H.9 J.21 G.6, H.22, H.23, H.25, H.27, J.22 F.43 J.23 J.23 H.21-H.23, H.25, H.30 H.43 H.30, H.32_ H.47 J.28 E.99 H.14 C.25 E.60 D.35, F.54 E.49, E.50 H.14, H.15 F.63, H.43, H.44, H.48 E.47, E.49, E.51 See C.1 F.39, F.54, H.3, H.4, H.9 See also H.19, H.61 C.5, C.18-C.20, C.23 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 95 Index of individuals, organisations and firms HAWKINS, Herbert L. HEATH, G. W. HEDBERG, Hollis Dow HENBEST, Lloyd G. HENNINGSEN, D. HENNINGSMOEN, Gunnar HERBERT, R. A. HESEMANN, T. K.12 H.69 | F.40-F.45, H.8, H.61, H.62, J.24 See also H.38, H.59 G.] F.63 H.50 H.65-H. 67 H.49 HETHERINGTON, Sir Hector (James Wright) See C.55 HIBBERT, Frank HICKS, Donald HILLS, Edwin S. HLA, Tha HODSON, Frank HOGG, W. Andy HOLGATE, Norman HOLLIDAY, Frederick George Thomas HOLUB, V. HONEYMAN, Alec M. M. HOWARD-WHITE, F. B. HOWELLS, Donald G. HOWLAND, Arthur L. HUDSON, Robert George Spencer HUNT, Dennis HUNWALD, Anne HURLBUT, C. S. HUTTER, Otto F. ILIFFE, James IMBRIE, John See C.50, C.51 C.22 See also C.15, C.33 H.23, H.25, H.26, H.29, H.30, H.32 H.21 H.48, H.49 J.25 E.46 F.66, H.85 H.61-H.63 E.36 J.29 Fao? G.3 J.26 G.9 H.21, H.23, H.88 Hp22 H.17 J.27 J.27 IMPERIAL CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES LTD. (1.C.1.) C.27 INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC UNIONS (1.C.S.U.) H.10-H.17 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 96 Index of individuals, organisations and firms INTERNATIONAL GEOLOGICAL CORRELATION PROGRAMME(1.G.C.P.) INTERNATIONAL NICKEL COMPANY INTERNATIONAL UNION OF GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES (1.U.G.S.) H.18, H.19 J,28-J.3] H.20-H. 64 JAMES, David JENKINS, T. B. H. JINKINS, T. Muir JOHNSON, George Anthony Lebjoit JONES, Owen Thomas JONES, R. O. JOSTEN, Karl-Heinz JUDSON, Sheldon KAHLER, Franz KARRENBERG, H. KAY, Marshall KEGEL, Wilhelm KELLAWAY, Geoffrey A. KELLING, Gilbert KENT, Sir Percy Edward (Sir Peter Kent) KEONG, Chung Sooi KIDD, Joseph KILENYI, Thomas |. KIMAMBO, R. H. KING, Aileen KING, Alexander KING, Basil Charles KING, Lester KIRK, Nancy KIRKPATRICK, Sir Cyril Reginald Sutton J.41 G.7 E.59-E.75, E.80, E.98 F.54, H.6 C.50, C.51, D.3 See also C.41, C.49 C.23 H.56-H.58, H.61, H.62 H.22, H.23, H.25, H.30, H.32 H.41, H.43, H.50 H.56-H.58 J.32 H.43 J.32 F,55 F.47 H.29 E.80, E.93, E.96 F.47, F.48 J.32 E.66 H.75 J.33 J.34 J.34 C.51 KITCHIN, Finlay Lorimer K.10. K.12 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 97 Index of individuals, organisations and firms KNEUPER, G. KNOPOFF, Leon KNOX, G. KRAUSSE, Hans Fr. KRISTENSEN, Erik LACAILLE, A. D. LACLAVERE, G. R. LAMONT, Archie LAMONT, Rose B. Mack LANCE, A. E. LANDSBOROUGH, T. E. M. LANE, N. Gary LANG-COATH, H. L. LARMINIE, F. Geoffrey LAUDON, L. R. LAVEINE, J-P. LAW, R. H. LEAKE, Bernard LECOMPTE, M. LEES, Alan LEES, George Martin LEITCH, D. W. LEWIS, G._ lestyn LEWIS, Michael S. LIGHTHILL, Sir (Michael) James LINDSTROM, Mauritz LINTON, David L. LLEWELLYN, John LOCH NESS PHENOMENAINVESTIGATION BUREAU LIMITED LOGAN, A. H.52 H.16 See C.17 H.22, H.23, H.25 H.12, H.13 J.35 H.13-H.15 J.35 J.35 See C.] E.66, E.72, E.73, E.75, E.82, E.83, E.86, E.88, E.99, E.100, E.102 J.36 C.41, C.51 J.36 G.1 H.58, H.63 H.81 J.37 J.37 P00 E.33-E.36 J.38 J.39 J.39 H.71 J.39 J.39 J.40 J.4l J.42 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 98 Index of individuals, organisations and firms LOTHIAN, Peter Francis Walter Kerr, 12th Marquess of E.67, E.68, E.70, E.72- E.74, E.81 LOVE, L. G. LUCAS, K. G. LYS, Maurice McADAM, Robert McDANIEL, Paul N. MACDONALD, R. MACDOUGALL, lan McKERROW, W. Stuart McLAREN, Digby J. McLEAN, Adam C. MACLEAN, D. J. McLINTOCK, William Francis Porter MACSWEEN, lan MAGNESIUM ELEKTRON LIMITED MAMET, Bernard L. MANNOX, F.C. MARSHALL, Sheina Macalister MARTINDALE, E. MARTINSSON, Anders J. MATHESON, F. MATTHEWS, William H. MATYAS, M. MAUBEUGE, P. L. MAYER, Anthony MELVILLE, Richard V. MENDELSSOHN, E. MENNER, V. V. MESSEL, H. MIKULIC, Donald G. MILON, Y. J.42 J.42 H.45, H.47, H.57, H.59, J.42 J.30 F.47, F.48 H.29 E.95 J.43 H.62, H.64 E.46, E.49, E.50, £.54 H.69-H.71 D.2, D.7, K.15 H.85 J.44-J.46 H.54, H.57 C.27 H.85 H.79 F.43 F.47 H.32 H.16, H.17 H.59 H.72 D.11, D.12, J.74 G.6 H.56-H. 62 H.15 J.47 K.17 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 99 Index of individuals, organisations and firms MINISTRY OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES H.65-H. 67 MINISTRY OF SUPPLY C.28 MINISTRY OF TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING C.29-C.35 MITCHELL, Murray MOORE, Leslie R. MOORE, Raymond C. MORGAN, C. Lloyd MORGAN DAVIES & PARTNERS MORGAN, T. J. MORRIS, D. J. MORTELMANS, G. MURRAY, W. H. MURTHY, M. V. ON. H.6, J.47 SeeC.27, E.34 H.38 D.3 C.36 F.39 C.36 H.53 F.66 H.22, H.23, H.26, H.27, H.29, H.32 NAIRN, Alan E. NATIONAL COAL BOARD M. J.47 J.48 NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL OF WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE C,37 NATURAL ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH COUNCIL (N.E.R.C.) H.68-H.72 NATURE CONSERVANCY COUNCIL NAUDE, S. M. H.73 H.23 NEVES, Roger NEVILL, W. E. NEWELL, Norman D. NICHOLSON, (Edward) Max NICHOLSON, G. Edward NIMMO, J. A. D. NOAKES, G. Robert OWEN, T._ Richard OWENS, Bernard F.55, H.46, H.47, H.54, H.56, J.49 J.50 H.8, J.51 H.68 H.88 H.74-H. 84 H.15 F.55, H.52-H.54 H.57 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 100 Index of individuals, organisations and firms PALFRAMAN, David F. B. PANTIN, Henry PAPROTH, Eva PARK, Robert PARKINSON, Donald PATTERSON, E. M. PATTON, John B. PEEL, Ronald Francis Edward Waite PELTENBERG, E. PENNEY, L. F. J. PHEMISTER, James PHILBRICK, S. PHILLIPS, Alan PHILLIPS, H. T. PIKE, E. Royston PILGER, Andreas PIRLET, H. PIRRIT, John PITCHER, Wallace S. PLUMSTEAD, Edna P. 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STREEL, Maurice STUART, Alan STUBBLEFIELD, Sir (Cyril) James SUTCLIFFE, Anthony SWANSEA CORPORATION H. 37 H.74-H. 84 H.85-H.87 H.25 F.57, Fa7O F.47-F.49 J.63 K.5, K.7, K.10, K.12 See also E.29 G.6 K.12 E.33-E.37, K.12 H.70, H.72 J.44 H.20-H. 22 J.63 F.43 D.10 H.65-H. 67 H.49 C.10 See also C.21 F.49 See C.58 F.41, F.42 H.59 H.39 H.53, H.56, H.59, H.63, H.64 K.8 D.2-D.5, D.8, H.38, H.66, J.55 F.67 C.38-C.55 T.N. George CSAC 101/5/84 103 Index of individuals, organisations and firms TAIT, G. TALBOT, G. W. TAVENER-SMITH, Ronald TAYLOR, F. John TAYLOR, J. H. TAYLOR, John & SONS . TEICHERT, Curt TEICHMULLER, R. TEIXEIRA, Carlos TENCHOV, Y. THOM, A. S. THOMAS, George A. THOMAS, Trevor M. THOMPSON, Sir Harold (Warris) TIMOFEEV, P. P. TORIYAMA, Rymzo TRAIL, David S. TREMLETT, W. E. TRIPP, Ronald Pearson TROTTER, F. M. TRUEMAN, Sir Arthur Elijah TRUMPY, R. TURNER, J. Selwyn UNESCO van der HEIDE, S. van der WAALS, L. van LECKWIJCK, William P. VETTER, P. von ENGELHARDT, W. 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