|Content Description||31 black and white photographic negatives, made in connection with the exhibition 'A Pictorial Biography of the Life of Bertrand Russell 1872-1970' as follows:|
NUP/13/1: Father and Mother of Bertrand Russell.
NUP/13/2: House in Ffestiniog belonging to Russell.
NUP/13/3: C.N.D. meeting in Trafalgar Square.
NUP/13/4: Plas Penrhyn, home of Russell.
NUP/13/5: Dora Black Russell (Russell's second wife) and Russell with two children.
NUP/13/6: G. Cantor, Hilbert, J. Treye and unidentified person.
NUP/13/7: J.D. Chambers (with Barrow) and another.
NUP/13/8: Russell with Prof. Josef Rotblat. Also Albert Einstein.
NUP/13/9: Edith Finch Russell (fourth wife of Bertrand Russell).
NUP/13/10: Russell with Albert Sweitzer. Also Russell with Vanessa Redgrave.
NUP/13/11: Russell and Patricia Helen (Russell's third wife). Also Russell with a woman and two children.
NUP/13/12: Russell playing chess. Also Russell with U Thant.
NUP/13/13: Poem to Bertrand Russell. Russell at War Crimes Tribunal. Also Russell with a police officer and taxi driver.
NUP/13/14: Election material, North East Surrey (or Wimbledon) Division Parliamentary bye election.
NUP/13/15: Russell sat in armchair. Also Russell receiving the Nobel Prize.
NUP/13/16: Russell drainking tea. Also Russell sat in armchair.
NUP/13/17: Cartoon entitled 'The Chair of Indecency' from the New York Post, 2 April 1940. Also New York students.
NUP/13/18: Russell in a garden. Also Russell sat at a desk.
NUP/13/19: Head and shoulders portrait photo. Also Russell in a television studio.
NUP/13/20: Russell with family. Also Russell in election campaign office.
NUP/13/21: Russell with wheelbarrow. Also Russell's house in Cambridge.
NUP/13/22: Russell at the B.B.C. Also Russell leaving court with Edith (his fourth wife).
NUP/13/23: Russell in China. Also Russell on beach with family.
NUP/13/24: Russell with Peter and Conrad. Also Russell writing in wartime.
NUP/13/25: Brixton Prison. Also child with placard stating 'Vote Russell. Labour Candidate'.
NUP/13/26-28: Russell's contemporaries, including D.H. Lawrence.
NUP/13/29: Russell with group in China.
NUP/13/30: Cartoon of Bertrand Russell. Also Russell's first wife Alys Pearsall Smith.
NUP/13/31: Russell dressed in mortar board. Notes entitled 'Principles of Maths'.
NUP/13/32: Leaflet for Bertrand Russell Centenary Celebrations, Tawney House Matlock, September and October 1972. Advertises lectures by Christopher Farley, Prof. Sir Alfred Ayer, John Hughes, and Ken Coates. Also advertises the exhibition organised by the University of Nottingham Adult Education Dept.
Reprographic copies can be supplied for educational and private study purposes only. The copyright for these images does not lie with the University, so please contact Manuscripts and Special Collections for further advice about all other use of images from this collection.