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Archive Series icon Archive Series: Durward, Archibald

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Title: Durward, Archibald

Level: Series 

Classmark: LUA/PER/038

Creator(s): Durward, Archibald (1902-1964)

Date: 1921-1962

Size and medium: 9 boxes each containing a number of files.

Persistent link: https://explore.library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/3993 

Collection group(s): University Archive

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Description

Biography: Archibald Durward was Professor of Anatomy in the Faculty of Medicine from 1936 to 1964. He also acted as Academic Sub-Dean, Faculty of Medicine, 1941/2-1942/3, and served as a Pro-Vice Chancellor towards the end of his life (d. 1964).

Contents: 9 Boxes

Box 1

A. General University Matters

1: Clerk to the Senate 1941-5.
2: Registrar 1952-9.
3: Bursar 1954-62.
4: Committee on Office of Architect to the University 1958.
5: Anthropology Course.
6: (Examination Papers):
University of Leeds: Anatomy (various) 1939-41.
University of Leeds: Diploma in Nursing 1939-41.
University in Leeds: Edward Ward Memorial Prize 1937-40.
University of Otago: Anatomy 1922.
University of New Zealand: Anatomy (and various) 1921-30.
7: Staff Student Committee (Freshers’ Conference), 1947-51.

Box 2

B. Departmental, Academic and Personal Matters

1: (Departmental: general, 1946-58).
2: J. T. Aitkin (Secretary, School of Medicine) 1946-50.
3: Anatomy Club 1941-5.
4: Colin Baron Fund 1950-54.
5: Danish Students 1955-9.
6: Demonstrators (A-Z) 1946/7 - 1959/60; Applications 1952-60 [15 folders].

Box 3 [B. Continued]

7: Royal Society of Edinburgh: Certificate of election of Archibald Durward as Fellow, 5 March 1945.
8: Lyddon Hall 1950-59.
9: Professor E. C. Amoroso 1954-62.
10: Professor J. C. Brash 1942-57.
11: Professor A. J. E. Cave 1943-58.
12: Professor J. K. Jamieson 1946-7.
13: Mr. A.N. Newell: De vasis nervorum, by Isenflamm and Doerfeler, 1768. [Typescript, 47pp.].
14: Butterworths, publisher: British surgical practice, inc. British Surgical Practice, (London: Butterworths, 1944), for private circulation only.
15: Cunningham: Textbook of Anatomy, 1940-49 [2 folders].
16: (Misc.) Mr Stack: inc. MS notes on the literature of the supra condyloid process, Aug. 30th, 1900.
17: Medical School House Committee: Agenda; Minutes; Correspondence between Durward and others re: cleaning, lighting, library, lift, proposed alterations to Dept. of Anatomy, 1948; Dept. of Physiology, 1951; Refectory, 1946.

Boxes 4-7

C. Working Notes in Anatomy. Folders 1-90 arranged alphabetically by subject.

Box 4: A-E.
Box 5: F-I.
Box 6: L-N.
Box 7: O-V.

Boxes 8-9

D. (As Academic Sub-Dean, Faculty of Medicine.)

Folders 1-4 (4 files, principally correspondence and notes relating to students - October 1941-April 1943.

Box 8: 1941/2-1942/3.
Box 9: 1942-1943.

Administrative or biographical history

Archibald Durward was Professor of Anatomy in the Faculty of Medicine from 1936 to 1964. He also acted as Academic Sub-Dean, Faculty of Medicine, 1941/2-1942/3, and served as a Pro-Vice Chancellor towards the end of his life (d. 1964).

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