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Photograph of the interior of the Mary Harris Memorial Chapel. The ceiling is painted with abstract vault patterns designed by Thomas Monnington.

Photograph of the exterior of Thomas Hall. Originally called Great Duryard, an early 18th century mansion in 14 acres, was acquired in 1935 and renamed after C V Thomas, a Cornish solicitor and businessman and a benefactor of the College whose gift…

Photograph of Jessie Montgomery, Secretary of the University Extension Committee, 1888-1918

Photograph of warning sign requesting people keep off the grass area where bulbs are planted.

Photograph of the city of Exeter from the Queen's Building, Streatham campus.

Image from the 1971 University of Exeter campus development plan by Sir William Holford.

Copy of original plan for the development of the Streatham Campus by architect E. Vincent Harris.

Aerial photograph of the University of Exeter, Streatham Campus.

Photograph of the exterior of the Registry of the University College of the South West, damaged in the Exeter Blitz in May 1942.

Photograph of the exterior of the Peter Chalk building, University of Exeter. Named after former Chair of the University's Council, the building was completed in the 1990s.

Exterior photograph of the Laver Building, University of Exeter.

Photographs of the Laver Building, University of Exeter during construction. Designed by Louis de Soissons, Peacock, Robertson, Hodges & Fraser and completed in 1968.

Exterior photograph of Mardon Hall. The oldest purpose built hall of residence at the University was completed in 1933.

Photograph of an orchestra playing on the stage of the Great Hall, University of Exeter.

Interior photograph of students studying in the Roborough Library, University of Exeter

Digital copy of original Falaj Malki manuscript relating to water and tribal settlement in Izki, Oman.
Manuscript notebook recording names and holdings of the owners of the water shares over a period of approximately 50 years. The pages include a…

Black and white photograph showing Ronald Duncan reading from 'Man' at Instow during an electricity strike in 1970.

Part of a manuscript draft of the epic poem 'Man'.

Title and example page from a workbook for Man Part III, in which Ronald Duncan assembled notes for, structured, and drafted parts of the third part of his epic poem, Man.

Transcription of an obituary for Kathleen Ferrier, written by Ronald Duncan for Opera Magazine, No. 4, December 1953
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