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Proposals, condition of entry into the navy, newspaper cuttings, letters, Education Reform Council, Memoranda and correspondence, n.d.
 
Proposals, condition of entry into the navy, newspaper cuttings, letters, Education Reform Council, Memoranda and correspondence, n.d.
 
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Naval Review, correspondence on the entry into the navy of Naval Cadets, personal correspondence and dockyard letters 1903-6, see full list in printed catalogue for details, n.d.
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Dockyard letters. 1903-1906.
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Naval Review.
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Further correspondence on the entry into the Navy of Naval Cadets.
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Personal correspondence. 1925-1931.
  
 
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Revision as of 03:57, 13 March 2019

Contents

HEN/1

HEN/1/1

Correspondence. 1858-1859. At school.

HEN/1/2

Correspondence. 1859-1860. Letters giving biographical details.

HEN/1/3

Correspondence. 1860-1870. Special letters.

HEN/1/4

Correspondence. 1860-1862. Letters when Naval Cadet and Midshipman.

HEN/1/5

Correspondence. 1864-1867. Letters when Lieutenant.

HEN/1/6

Correspondence. 1869-1870. Letters when Lieutenant.

HEN/1/7

Correspondence. 1871-1876. Letters when Lieutenant.

HEN/1/8

Correspondence. 1876-1878. Letters when Lieutenant.

HEN/1/9

Correspondence. 1878-1879. Letters when Lieutenant and Commander.

HEN/1/10

Correspondence. 1881-1885. Letters when Commander.

HEN/1/11

1888. "Letters written home announcing my engagement."

HEN/1/12

Correspondence. 1889-1902. Letters when Captain.

HEN/1/13

Correspondence. 1892-1904. Letters when Captain.

HEN/1/14

Correspondence. 1874-1893. Letters written to his father.

HEN/1/15

Lecture notes and memoranda.

HEN/1/16

Miscellaneous letters from Senior Officers including Admiral Mahan and the German Admiral Brinsing.

HEN/1/17

Commissions and other papers relative to his career.

HEN/2

HEN/2/1

1914 correspondence.

HEN/2/2

1915 correspondence.

HEN/2/3

1916 correspondence. Part 1.

HEN/2/4

1916 correspondence. Part 2.

HEN/2/5

1917 copies of correspondence with Mr. Lloyd George and Lord Milner.

HEN/2/6

1919-1919 correspondence.

HEN/2/7

1919-1922 correspondence.

HEN/2/8

1923-1925 correspondence.

HEN/2/9

Miscellaneous correspondence and notes.

HEN/3

Miscellaneous correspondence and notes, n.d.

HEN/4

Proposals, condition of entry into the navy, newspaper cuttings, letters, Education Reform Council, Memoranda and correspondence, n.d.

HEN/5

HEN/5/1

Dockyard letters. 1903-1906.

HEN/5/2

Naval Review.

HEN/5/3

Further correspondence on the entry into the Navy of Naval Cadets.

HEN/5/4

Personal correspondence. 1925-1931.

HEN/6

HEN/6/1

Papers on various social welfare activities in which Adm Henderson participated and report of commission of lighthouses, undated.

HEN/6/2

Papers on various social welfare activities in which Adm Henderson participated and report of commission of lighthouses, undated.

HEN/6/3

Book: Laws relative to the Light-House Establishment passed at the third session of the Fifty-Ninth Congress, 1905-1906. Washington: GPO, 1906.

HEN/6/4

Book: Laws and regulations relative to the Light-House Establishment of the United States. Washington: GPO, 1904.

HEN/6/5

Hospital Committee's papers, 1910.

HEN/6/6

HEN/6/7

HEN/6/8

HEN/6/9

HEN/6/10

HEN/6/11

HEN/6/12

HEN/6/13

HEN/6/14

HEN/6/15

HEN/6/16

HEN/6/17

HEN/6/18

HEN/6/19

HEN/6/20

HEN/6/21

3 reports. Thirteenth Report of the Royal Patriotic Fund Corporation to His Majesty the King, 1916. Fourteenth Report of the Royal Patriotic Fund Corporation to His Majesty the King, 1917. Special Meeting of General Council of the Royal Patriotic Fund Corporation, 1919.

HEN/7

HEN/8

HEN/9

HEN/10

HEN/10/1-4

Articles written by Vice-Adm W. Henderson concerning Suspension of the Naval Review, Admiralty and Command of the Sea 1917-24.

HEN/11

HEN/11/1

Royal United Services Institute remarks at Royal United Services Institute n.d.

HEN/11/2

Royal United Services Institute remarks at Royal United Services Institute n.d.

HEN/12

HEN/12/1

Private orderbook of HMS CROCODILE and LIVERPOOL kept by Lt W. Henderson 1867.

HEN/12/2

General orderbook of PETEREL, ECLIPSE and HYDRA 1874.

HEN/12/3

Commander's orderbook c.1880.

HEN/12/4

General memoranda on engines, boilers etc of HMS EDGAR 1894.

HEN/13

HEN/13/1

Notebook containing material relating to Naval History lectures with some illustrations in ink, 1886.

HEN/13/2

Account book of William Henderson, 1861-1864.

HEN/13/3

Reprints from the press coverage of the opening of H.M. Dockyard, Devonport, Keyham Extension, by the Prince of Wales, 1907.

HEN/13/4

Newspaper scrapbook, predominantly focussed on Naval matters both domestic and foreign, but also includes some general news, 1885-1904.

HEN/13/5

Newspaper scrap book relating to Naval news and issues, 1916-1923.

HEN/13/6

Newspaper scrap book, includes general war news as well as articles relating to the future of the battleship with advancements in submarines and air power, 1916-1921.

HEN/13/7

Newspaper scrap book, contains cuttings discussing the future of British Sea power, in particular questioning the future of the Battleship and Submarine as well as debates over the Battle of Jutland. Also includes some general news, 1921-1927.

HEN/13/8

Newspaper scrap book, contains cuttings discussing the future of British Sea power, in particular questioning the future of the Battleship and Submarine as well as debates over the Battle of Jutland. Also includes some general news, 1887-1927.

HEN/13/8/1

Newspaper scrapbook with material relating to naval and aerial matters.

HEN/13/8/2

Loose material taken from HEN/13/8/1. Includes newspapers and cuttings, the Life of Lord Fisher of Kilverstone, postcards of Bude Castle and 'The British Gazette Complete Reproduction in Miniature, A Souveneir of the General Strike'.

HEN/13/9

Articles on aviation and press cuttings with some related letters, circa 1928.

HEN/13/10

Articles by Admiral William Henderson and related correspondence, circa 1928.

HEN/13/11

Contains two black notebooks with notes relating to the Times Book club and other books, two copies of 'A Journal kept by William Davidson (A Seaman) on board a Russian Privateer.' 1788-1789, edited by Henderson, a copy of 'Over-sea Trade in War' by Admiral Sir Edmund Fremantle with his compliments. Various diagrams, lectures and articles on navay matters and a statement showing the rates of pay for the Royal Navy and Royal Marines, and a list of H.M. Ships and Auxiliaries lost during the First World War.

HEN/13/12

Private papers and other material regarding Henderson's various charities, 1888-1930.

HEN/13/13

Letters relating to award of the K.B.E., 1924-1925.

HEN/13/14

Various Imperial, National Political and Scientific pamphlets. (1) 'Party Government, Causes, Effects Remedy'; (2) 'The Co-operation of Employers and Educational Authorities' ; (3) 'Divorce or Seperation: Which?'; (4) 'The Gates of Our Empire I. British Columbia'; (5) 'A Short Handbook for speakers and students of the policy of preferential tariffs.' ; (6) 'How best to reduce the rates'; (7) 'Some Efficiency Factors in an Engineering Business.' ; (8) 'A Short Account of Richard le Barbour, Master in 1308' Worshipful Company of Barbars of London; (9) 'On False Education'; (10) 'How to introduce order into the relations between British weights and measures.' (11) 'Mr. Chamberlain's Proposals, What they mean and what we shall gain by them.'; (12) 'War and the Workers' ; (13) 'Barber-Surgeons 1308-1908'; (14) 'The Agreement between science and religion.'; (15) 'The Premium System of Paying Wages' ; (16) 'Restrictions in Marriage. Studies in National Eugenics. Eugenics as a Factor in Religion.' ; (17) 'The Mutual Relations and influence of law and medicine.' ; (18) 'Imperial Unity' ; (19) 'On the circulation of Energy and Matter'; (20) 'Abstracts of Papers Read at The First International Eugenics Congress, University of London, July, 1912.'

HEN/13/15

Various pamphlets relating to South Africa and notices of books, including 'Farming Opportunities in South Africa', and eight copies of 'Settling in South Africa' by Admiral Sir William Henderson, K.B.E., 1882-1931.

HEN/13/16

Various political pamphlets covering both naval matters, social subjects and the poor law, 1882-1931.

HEN/14

Logbook kept by Henderson, first as a naval cadet then as a midshipman, HMS NILE Jan-Nov 1860 and Apr 1861-64, HMS STYX Nov 1860-Apr 1861 and HMS PRINCE CONSORT Apr-Sep 1864 with track charts and diagrams.

HEN/15

Photograph and picture album, Killarney, Rome, Genoa and Turin 1882-84.

HEN/16

Photograph album, Egypt and New Zealand inscribed with W.H. Henderson R.N. with some photographs of the Flying Squadron and of some ships 1867.

HEN/17

Photograph and picture album, Peru, British Columbia, Switzerland etc. mainly views and some ships 1876.

HEN/18

Photograph album, family portraits, naval groups, officers named, some ships and some views with a note about his great grandfather 1864-92.

HEN/19

Photograph album showing groups and naval men, ships and places in New Zealand and Australia with index, some photographs of the Flying Squadron and some good photographs taken on board ship 1884.

HEN/20

Newspaper scrap book with index inscribed 'These cuttings were stuck in the office at Devonport. W.H.' 1905-6.

HEN/21

Newspaper scrap book with index 1900-2 and 1906-7.

HEN/22

Newspaper scrap book 1908-16.

HEN/23

Official correspondence, Devonport Dockyard with index 1902-3.

HEN/24

Letters received marked 'Personal correspondence of some importance' various dates 1902-30 on a variety of subjects including some relating to articles that were about to be published in newspapers concerning topics such as the a proposed Channel Tunnel and the Wembley Tatoo.

HEN/25

Journal kept by William Davidson, the subject of an article by Julian Corbett in the Naval Review 1794.

HEN/26

Arithmetic book of W. Henderson while at Sandwich School, Kent 1856.

HEN/27

Article: Cruise of the Flying Squadron 1869-70 and 1923-24.

HEN/28

HEN/28/1

Miscellaneous magazine articles on the Navy, Nelson, National Defence and Trafalgar in a book form.

HEN/28/2

Ship's history of HMS WARSPITE, n.d.

HEN/28/3

Ship's history of HMS REVENGE, n.d.

HEN/28/4

Ship's history of HMS MARLBOROUGH, n.d.

HEN/28/5

Book: 'The Portrait of Peter Pett and the Sovereign of the Seas' by Sir Geoffrey Callender, 1930.

HEN/29

HEN/29/1

Book 'Secretary Assistant' published London 1838.

HEN/29/2

Book: Cyclometrica Elementa Duo by Joseph Scaliger in Latin and Greek, 1594. Bound in vellum.

HEN/30

Scrap book of William Henderson 1829.

HEN/31

Scrap book of William Henderson 1847.

HEN/32

Scrap book of William Henderson 1850.

HEN/33

Scrap book with the printed name of Charlotte Hannam on Fly leaf n.d.

HEN/34

HEN/34/1

Punch scrap books, n.d.

HEN/34/2

Punch scrap books, n.d.

HEN/35

HEN/35/1

Children's illustrated alphabet reading book. A volume of Humpty Dumpty, 1847.

HEN/35/2

Children's illustrated golden ABC reading book. A volume of Humpty Dumpty, 1848.

HEN/36

Photograph album, mainly country houses with a few views n.d.

HEN/37

Brass drawing instrument (diameter of 283mm), protractor showing 360 degrees n.d.

HEN/38

Piece of metal taken from the ROYAL GEORGE'S pump chambers, sunk 1782, recovered 1842 and made into a paper weight.

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