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Butterfield, Sir Herbert (1900-1979) Knight, historian

GB/NNAF/P146095   (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P4431)

Location of Related Collections
Scope1959-61: papers as Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge University
RepositoryCambridge University Archives
Other referencesee Accessions to repositories 1980
Scopec1945-79: corresp and papers
RepositoryCambridge University Library: Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
Record ReferenceMS Butterfield link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 37572
Other referencesee HMC Papers of British antiquaries and historians, 2003
Scopec1938-41: corresp with CBA Behrens
RepositoryCambridge University: Churchill Archives Centre
Record ReferenceBEHR link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 43515
Scope1957-78: corresp with Andrew Boyle
RepositoryCambridge University Library: Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
Record ReferenceMS Add.9429 link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 44087
Scopecorresp with William Collins & Co
RepositoryGlasgow University Archive Services
Record ReferenceUGD/243/1,/7,/9-12,/19,/21 link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 31886
Other referencesee NRA(S)3040
Scopeletters to VN Datta
RepositoryCambridge University Library: Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
Record ReferenceAdd MS 9578
Other referencesee Annual return 2000
Scope1949-69: corresp with Sir BH Liddell Hart
RepositoryKing's College London: Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives
Record ReferenceKCLMA Liddell Hart B H link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 19291

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