Letter from V. C. Radmore, H. M. of Works to Bernard Manning (Bursar) encouraging the College to let them have possession of the property immediately for an Unemployment Assistance Board, and then work out the terms of an Agreement
Includes correspondence regarding: the lease of the property to children of the Basque region of Spain who were made orphans by the Spanish Civil War; attempts to find new tenants which proved difficult due the noise from the railway and the internal layout of the building; a schedule of dilapidations dated December 1939; negotiations with HM Office of Works over the amount to be spent on repairs and redecoration prior to agreement of a lease; terms of the lease; permission requested for the erection of Air Raid Shelters in the garden (permission was granted but the College refused to contribute financially); and repairs to glass broken when a bomb exploded near Queen Anne's Terrance
Records relating to The Great Northern Hotel have been included under 1 Station Road. The first surviving lease is dated 1869 and granted 3 messuages, including 1 called 'Great Northern Hotel' to Arthur John Gray. In 1896 the lease was granted to Charles Edward Gray and the plan shows the Great Northern Hotel was the property between 57 Hills Road and 1 Station Road. In 1926 the lease was granted to Messrs Worthington & Co
Agreement to pay increase in rent as follows: "In consideration of the College agreeing to enlarge the yard at the back of my House and providing me with a new Coal Cellar and improving the existing W. C. I the undersigned [Arthur F. Bush] agree to undertake to pay an increased rent at the rate of two pounds (£2) per annum as from Christmas next"
Letter from the Bursar to H. M. Inspector of Taxes confirming that on the expiry of the lease on No. 10 at Ladyday 1934 the property was let to Mrs South. The yard and building at the back fronting Elm Street was let to Mt. T. W. Neech
Contains an audio recording (53 minutes and 45 seconds long) of "J Bronowski speaking in Berkeley December 29, 1965 before the American Association for the Advancement of Science. The Society of the Sigma Xi and The United Chapters of Phi Beta Kappa".
Lawrence. Includes correspondence between W J & J G Taylor Solicitors and Lloyds Bank, with details of mortgage, deeds and insurance; and record of interview with Lawrence detailing his offer to to sell the whole property to Jesus College
Includes records for 57, 59 and 61 King Street after the freehold properties [57, 59 and 61] were conveyed to Edward Sanderson in 1872 and when the College lease [11 Manor Street and 63 King Street] was also also assigned to him. Demolished as part of the King Street development
Particulars and Conditions of Sale - List of freehold and leaseholds for sale at the Lion Hotel Cambridge on 8th May 1895. Relates to Nos. 1, 2, 8, 9 and 10 New Square. Gives a description for each property including rooms, number of bedrooms, outhouses or store rooms, rent and to whom it is currently leased: No. 1 Mrs Jones yearly rent of £30 No. 2 Mr Johnson yearly rent of £30 No. 8 Mrs Diddams yearly rent £25 No. 9 Mrs Emmerson yearly rent of £22 No. 10 Mr E. J. Wallis yealy rent of £24
Letter from Hugh Shield (Bursar) to Mr John Yeoman offering him a new 40 year lease from 10th October 1880 for premises assigned by him to Mr Henry Houlden. Also a site plan showing the outline of the property including dimensions and the names of the neighbouring lessees