Copyright Appeal - June 2015

Posted: June 08, 2015

Medical Services and Warfare, c.1850-1927

A selection of personal papers from the Liddle Collection.

The Liddle Collection documents and preserves first-hand accounts of individuals who experienced the two World Wars. It was started privately in the early 1970s by the military historian Dr Peter Liddle and was established as part of Leeds University Special Collections in 1988. The collection contains the papers of men and women directly effected by war, both those who were members of the armed forces and those who were not, and of British and non-British individuals alike. It includes photographs and drawings, official and unofficial papers, manuscript diaries and correspondence.

For more information on the Liddle Collection, please click here.

Detailed lists of individual items within these collections are available here.

The Bamji Collection

We are also seeking further information on copyright holders of medical books held in the Bamji Collection, also part of Leeds University Special Collections.

For more information on the Bamji Collection, please click here.

Detailed lists of individual items within these collections are available here.

Hoover Institution

Several personal collections, containing a mix of memoirs, diaries, scrapbooks, letters, printed items, postcards and photographs.

Detailed lists of individual items within these collections are available here.

We invite anyone who has information on the copyright holders to contact us:

Stefanie Rauch
Development Assistant
Adam Matthew Digital, Ltd
Pelham House
London Road
Marlborough
Wiltshire
SN8 2AG

Tel: +44 (0)1672 518311
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