LevelFonds
Ref NoPHO
TitleGrace Rawlings' Visual Archive
SiteIndividuals and studios are included if the information is available from the material
Datec 1909-2008
Extent56- record boxes, 1- large format album, 5-map folders, 43-videocassettes, 7-dvds
Physical DescriptionSome prints are slightly worn due to age
DescriptionContains an alphabetically listed collection of photographs of past and present psychologists, groups, BPS conferences, BPS councils in addition to a small amount of other material transferred from collections held in the written archive. In addition the archive contains several video taped interviews of individual psychologists , broadcast video tapes on various subjects, a small collection of slides of psychologists and c 40 Psychology Live DVDs (plus CD guide).

Also included is A/V equipment including: TV, Tape recorders, Video/DVD , micro-recording machines and headphones which were purchased for the British Psychological Society's Oral History Project from the Grace Rawlings' fund.

The prints are arranged into Subfonds as follows:

PHO/001 Grace Rawlings' Visual Archive Prints 1909-2008
PHO/002 Grace Rawlings' Visual Archive Videos 1960-2006

Compiled by Mike Maskill BPS Archivist for the History of Psychology Centre.
CaptionIncluded where available
FormatVideo Cassette VHS
Photograph
DVD
Prints
DimensionsVarious
RelatedRecordAUD
BPS
AccessConditionsAuthorised Users. View by Appointment. Copyright restrictions may apply.
AccessStatusOpen
Location13: BPS History of Psychology Centre, London
AdminHistoryMiss Grace Rawlings died on 12th August 1988 and left the Society a legacy with no specific instructions. It was proposed that this legacy was used to fund a visual library to obtain, collect and preserve items of a visual nature that pertain to British Psychology and Psychologists and to maintain records of their subjects for publication and research purposes. The Visual Archive's original object was to 'obtain, collect and preserve items of a visual nature that pertain to British Psychology and psychologists and to maintain records of their subjects and of their availability for publication and research purposes'.The BPS council appointed Dr Halla Beloff as the Society's first Honorary Visual Archivist at the meeting of 24th February 1990. The archive and its functions were transferred to London ( John Street) in 2004 and transferred back to Leicester in 2006 when the HoPC relocated from John Street. In September 2006 the material returned to the Society's London office in Tabernacle Street.
ImageCopyrightCopyright notice: All images are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights worldwide. The images may be viewed (not copied) without payment or further permission , on the understanding that they have been made available by the copyright holder for purposes of private research or educational use only. Any other use such as the supply of copies requires the specific written permission of the copyright holder. Where possible, assistance will be given in identifying copyright owners, but responsibility for ensuring copyright clearance rests with the user of the material. Applications for permissions of any kind, concerning copyright or fees, should be directed to the History of Psychology Centre.

Many of the images are of unknown provenance with no accompanying data about their creators or date of creation. Every effort has been made to trace copyright holders and gain permission for use of theses images. We would be grateful for any information concerning copyright and will withdraw images immediately on copyright holder's request.
RulesDescription compiled in line with the following: ISAD (G) General International Standard Archival Description MAD3 Third Edition 2000
ArchNoteCompiled by Mike Maskill BPS Archivist for the History of Psychology Centre.

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CodePersonNameDates
BPS/GB/25Rawlings; Grace (1909-1988); OBE, FBPsS1909-1988
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