J - Personal and family papers archive

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  • Jackson, Mary (fl c 1775) of Cockermouth, Cumbria: commonplace book, c 1775. Finding No: MS696
  • Jago, Richard (1715–1781), clergyman and poet:
    sermons and notes, c 1751–81. Finding No: MS325;
    accounts, 1724–80. Finding No: MS751
  • James, John George (fl 1897–1912), Congregational minister and writer: writings, early 20th century. Finding No: DA23
  • Jarvis, Walter (c 1888–c 1935), athlete: scrapbook and papers, 1910–86. Finding No: MS4
  • Jay, Leonard (1888–1963) of the Birmingham School of Printing: papers and correspondence, 1926–53. Finding No: LJ
  • Jebb, Eglantyne (1876-1928) philanthropist: correspondence and papers principally as Secretary to the Fund, 1920-1930. Finding No: SCF
  • Jebb, Florence May (1885–1990) née Watkins, CMS missionary:
    typescript copy of autobiography, 1980. Finding No: CMS/ACC440;
    memoirs, 1978. Finding No: CMS/ACC595
  • Jebb, Richard (1874–1953), politician, author and traveller: collection of newscuttings on free trade, 1900s. Finding No: MS259
  • Jerningham family of Costessey Hall: family correspondence, 1779–1824. Finding No: JER
  • Jewell, J. C. (fl 1955): letter to Ealing to Documentary Programmes, Associated Rediffusion Ltd concerning film for a British Andean Expedition. Finding No: LAdd/6371
  • Jewell, John (1912 2001), athlete and athletics commentator: papers, 1897-2002. Finding No: ATH/JJ
  • Jewitt, Dorothy (1896–1982), CMS missionary: papers and photographs, 1920–90. Finding No: CMS/ACC908
  • Johnston, Edward (1872–1944), calligrapher and designer: calligraphic specimen. Finding No: MS280
  • Jones, Edward Henry (1893–1980), Lance Corporal with the 2nd Royal Fusiliers: papers relating to time as a prisoner of war in Germany, 1915–18. Finding No: MS216
  • Jones, Sydney Robert (1881–1966) of Birmingham, artist: sketch books, 1902–57. Finding No: MS626
  • Junor, Hope Elphinstone (1897–1992), CMS missionary: papers relating to Wad Medani Church of England Girls’ School, 1912–52. Finding No: CMS/ACC508