RepositorySpecial Collections Archives (GB 0029)
Ref NoEUL UA/P/3j
Extent1 file plus glass plate negatives and oversize items
TitleUniversity photographs: events: hall group photographs
DescriptionPhotographs (including oversize) and glass plate negatives of groups of staff and students from halls of residence of the University of Exeter and its predecessor institutions. A detailed description of the contents of the file is given below:

i) Duryard Halls:
Various glass plate negatives

ii) Grendon Hall:
Single photograph of staff and students 1932. Grendon Hall was a large private house in Grendon Road near Livery Dole bought by the Royal Albert Memorial College as a hostel for male students. It opened in Oct 1920 and served until Mardon Hall was ready in 1933.

iii) Hope Hall:
Staff and students from Hartwell House 1922-1923 which became Hope Hall in 1923-1924
Group of students pictured on lawn in front of Lazenby Annexe [1990s]

See also EUL UA/P/5/1 Sharmon photographs
See also EUL UA/P/5/1 James photographs

iv) Lopes Hall:
Large group of students, 1948 (majority of student names included)
Small group of students in common room [1960s-1970s]

v) Mardon Hall:
Group staff and student portrait, 1938 [copy]
Staff and student group photograph, 1945-1946 (includes the Warden, Professor Stanley H Watkins, who had held the chair of education and psychology at UCSWE since 1923 and succeeded F H Newman as Acting Principal for a brief period in 1952 until the arrival of Sir Thomas Taylor)

vi) Moberly Hall
Group of students [1990s]

vii) Reed Hall [oversize]
Almost unbroken run of staff and student group photographs 1925-1957
Staff and student group photograph [? 1957-1958]

viii) Thomas Hall
Group portrait Jun 1998
Access StatusOpen
ArrangementArranged alphabetically by name of hall of residence.
Creator_NameUniversity College of the South West of England
University of Exeter
Lake; Hinton; photographer
Wykes; Henry; photographer
Heath and Bradnee; photographic studio
Negus; Marcus R; photographer
Chandler; -; photographer
Dart and Bernard; photographer
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