Class D - Working papers and correspondence

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EPST/D

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Working papers and correspondence

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  • 1938–2015 (Creation)

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28 files

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Scope and content

This series contains papers, correspondence, and notes from Sir Anthony's lectures, meetings, conferences, and travels, as well as a range of files relating to Sir Anthony's professional life. It provides a broad as well as in-depth picture of Sir Anthony's working life. Main aspects dealt with include: historical significance of the Epstein-Barr virus, advisory and consultation work, the wide spectrum of research work, general correspondence, personal matters, publications and broadcasting, and professional and academic societies and organizations. More detailed summaries about the papers are available in each sub-series description. Types of papers include correspondence, reports, and discussion, working, and meeting papers.

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Papers were arranged in chronological order, from earliest to most recent. The arrangements of parts follows this order, with the earliest date at the bottom of Part 1 to the most recent date at the top of the last file part. The original order and file titles were therefore retained, except where materials belonging together had become separated and were therefore reunited. Where files were not part of an original sub-series, the latter was created by related subject. The sub-series were not re-arranged in an artificial order of priority so the order follows the original order. Sub-series headings were created, mostly using the original files, for ease of reference.

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Material in this class may contain personal information about living persons, such as sensitive medical data and details of other confidential matters; access to certain items, files, and sub-series is therefore restricted.

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