(1) Personal and semi-professional letters to Ann from Alan Sharp with ms copy of 'Dean Spanley' script and script of 'Piano Movements', which Sharp sent to Ann with the idea of her producing one of them for New Zealand television, (2) Review of and background to the letters by George Andrews, 2022
Correspondence relating to the Society's history; Minute books and papers; Financial record; Records relating to various national and international conferences; Records relating to Society fundraising events; Brochures, pamphlets, and other literature; Photographs; Promotional objects and equipment
Personal papers, correspondence and photographs, also employment papers, magazines, biographical stories, slides and photographs reflecting his career as a photo-journalist, with papers relating to his genealogical research and publications relating to his work and to his research
(1) Identity card for AJS Low, 1948, containing 5 £1 notes (2) Seaford College sports certificates, 1948-1949, and copy of ‘The Mercreadian’, school magazine, 1953 (3) Alex’s RAF service book, 1955 (4) Newspaper with item on Alex winning the trophy of the Worthing road safety rally, 1955 (5) Annotated booklet on Austin sports cars [1950s] (6) Alex’s National Insurance card, 1957 (7) News cutting ‘Photographer from Ferring in Blue Nile adventure’, 1967 (8) National Savings certificate book, 1968 (9) Postcard to Alex reminding him to watch ‘Bert Hardy’s World’, 1987 (10) Good Citizenship award, 1991 (11) Devon: copy of 1803 poster advertising lease of Wembury Manor, with printouts of aerial photographs, annotated with its history and bought by Alex in 1996, with badges and perambulation guide of the Royal Forest of Exmoor, plus Alex’s certificate of achievement for walking the Wembury parish boundary walk, 1996-2011 (12) News cutting of article on Harold Robbins, annotated ‘for Alex’, 2007 (13) Davenport map of Acton, Ealing [1950s?] with note by Alex listing places in his life, 21st century (14) Auto-biographical instalments which detail Alex's introduction to photography and background to his major professional assignments, 2021-2022
Recordings and written testimonial from members of the Brittle Bone Society. Includes both audio and video recordings of interviews carried out on Zoom. Topics of discussion include involvement with the Society, childhood and growing up with Osteogenesis Imperfecta, working life.
'Kapability', promotional 16mm film, colour and sound which includes scenes of Scotland and Dundee as well as of factory scenes where Thomas C Keay engineered machinery is being used. 'Birth of a new Sound' charts the story of Radio Tay coming to the airwaves.