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Inventory of the Godfrey Davies Papers
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  • Descriptive Summary
  • Administrative Information
  • Summary Report and Outline Guide
  • Index to Part II: Research Notes

  • Descriptive Summary

    Title: Godfrey Davies Papers
    Creator: Davies, Godfrey, 1892-1957
    Extent: Number of containers: 128 boxes
    Repository: The Huntington Library
    San Marino, California 91108
    Language: English.

    Administrative Information

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    Collection is open to qualified researchers by prior application through the Reader Services Department. For more information please go to following URL .

    Publication Rights

    In order to quote from, publish, or reproduce any of the manuscripts or visual materials, researchers must obtain formal permission from the office of the Library Director. In most instances, permission is given by the Huntington as owner of the physical property rights only, and researchers must also obtain permission from the holder of the literary rights. In some instances, the Huntington owns the literary rights, as well as the physical property rights. Researchers may contact the appropriate curator for further information.

    Preferred Citation

    [Identification of item], Godfrey Davies Papers, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

    Summary Report and Outline Guide

    --By Paul H. Hardacre
    The papers of Godfrey Davies (1892-1957) were presented by his widow, Margaret (Gay) Davies in 1973. They were processed in 1990-91, and the following account supplements the description in Guide to British Historical Manuscripts in the Huntington Library (1982), p. 314.
    The materials fall into three categories: (1) Correspondence (Boxes 1-55); (2) Research Notes (Boxes 56-72); and (3) Personal and Research Papers (Boxes 73-128).

    Index to Part II: Research Notes

    • THE ARTS
      • ARCHITECTURE
      • LITERATURE
        • Ballads
        • Censorship
        • Drama
        • Journalism
        • Newsletters
        • Printing
      • MUSIC
      • PAINTING
    • BIBLIOGRAPHY
    • BIOGRAPHY [alphabetical]
    • ECONOMIC
    • AGRICULTURE
      • Animals
      • Bibliography
      • Classes
      • Commons
      • Corn
      • Country life
      • Draining
      • Enclosures
      • Fairs
      • Farming
      • Fishing
      • Improvements
      • Land
      • Legislation
      • Prices
      • Products
      • Tenants
    • INDUSTRY
      • Apprentices
      • Cloth
      • Companies
      • Finance
      • Ingrossing
      • Laborers
      • London trades
      • Manufactures
      • Prices
      • Resources
      • Trade
      • Wages
    • POLITICAL ECONOMY
      • Coal
      • Excise
      • Forced Loans
      • Foreign trade
      • Money
      • Population
      • Purveyance
      • Rents
      • Revenue
      • Ship money
      • Usury
    • POOR
      • Famine
    • POST OFFICE
    • EDUCATION
      • FEMALE EDUCATION
      • GRAMMAR SCHOOLS
      • UNIVERSITIES
        • Cambridge
        • Oxford
        • History
    • FOREIGN
      • ALIENS
      • COLONIES
        • West Indies
      • CONTINENT
        • France
        • Holland
        • Palatinate
        • Spain
        • Sweden
    • LEGAL
      • JUDICIAL
        • High Commission
        • Justices
        • Lawsuits
        • Wardship
      • CRIME
        • Debts
        • Punishment
        • Prisons
    • MILITARY
      • ARMY
        • Before 1642
        • After 1660
        • Equipment
        • Officers abroad
        • Recruiting and desertion
        • Wounded
      • CIVIL WAR ARMY
        • Parliamentarians
          • Counties
          • Horse
          • Militia
        • Royalists
      • NAVY
    • POLITICAL HISTORY
      • [CHRONOLOGICAL SECTION]
      • [SUBJECTS]
        • Lords
        • Parliament
        • Privy Council
        • Royal Prerogative
        • Star Chamber
        • State Paper Office
      • ELECTIONS
        • Long Parliament
      • IRELAND
      • LOCAL HISTORY
        • Charters
        • Constables
        • London
        • Parishes
      • OFFICERS OF STATE
        • Secretary of State
        • Sale of Offices
      • SCOTLAND
    • POLITICAL SCIENCE
    • RELIGION
      • Bible
      • Churches
      • Fasting
      • Festivals
      • Sermons
      • Sin
      • Sunday
      • Tithes
    • CATHOLICS
      • Gunpowder Plot
      • Popish Plot
      • Jesuits
      • Persecution
    • CHURCH OF ENGLAND
      • Before 1640
      • 1640-1660
      • After 1660
      • State of Church
      • State of Clergy
    • PURITANS
      • Before 1640
      • After 1640
    • RELIGIOUS GROUPS
      • Episcopacy
      • Independents
      • Jews
      • Quakers
      • Toleration
        • Bill of Occasional Conformity
    • SCIENCE
      • ASTRONOMY
      • MATHEMATICS
      • MEDICINE
        • Dentistry
        • Hospitals
        • King's Evil
        • Madness
        • Oculist
        • Physicians
        • Plague
    • SOCIAL
      • GENERAL
        • Coffee houses
        • Disasters
        • Drink
        • Duels
        • Fashionable Life
        • Funerals
        • Gardening
        • Manners
        • Ordinaries
        • Prostitutes
        • Superstition
        • Swearing
        • Tobacco
        • Vagrants
        • Witchcraft
      • AMUSEMENTS
        • Bear-baiting
        • Bowling
        • Children's
        • Cock-fighting
        • Dancing
        • Festivals
        • Gambling
        • Game
        • Huntington
        • Tennis
        • Tilting
      • CLASSES
        • Coats of Arms
        • Gentry
        • Knighthood
        • Nobility
        • Yeomen
      • COURT
        • Courtiers
        • Expenses
        • Progresses
        • Residences
      • DRESS
        • Cosmetics
        • Hair
        • Jewelry
        • Men's
        • Shoes
        • Women's
      • HOUSEHOLD
        • Baths
        • Children
        • Family
        • Food & Drink
        • Fuel
        • Furniture
        • Houses
        • Petsiage
        • Rentlework
        • Servants
      • TRAVETRAVEL
        • Coaches
        • Inns
        • Roads
      • WOMEN
        • Marriage
        • Needlework