Ref NoPHO/001/04/02
TitleBPS Events - Photographs
Extentc 316-prints, 120-negatives, 5-contacts
DescriptionVarious group colour and b/w prints of individuals mostly taken at British Psychological Society (BPS) Events.

File level descriptions are available as follows:

PHO/001/03/02/01 BPS Diamond Jubilee Dinner 1961 -Photograph
PHO/001/03/02/02 BPS Centenary Party 2001 -Photograph
PHO/001/03/02/03 BPS HoPC Opening Event and John Street -Photograph
PHO/001/03/02/04 BPS Launch of the Register of Chartered Psychologists 1990 -Photograph
PHO/001/03/02/05 BPS London Office Tabernacle Street opening -Photograph
PHO/001/03/02/06 University of Aberdeen's Psychology Department Centenary -Photograph
PHO/001/03/02/07 HoPC Stories of Psychology Symposium-War and Its Legacy -Photograph
PHO/001/03/02/08 HoPC Stories of Psychology Symposium-Psychology and the Arts -Photograph
PHO/001/03/02/09 HoPC Stories of Psychology Symposium-Archives: Histories and What They Tell Us-Photograph
PHO/001/03/02/10 BPS London Conference - 1990 -Photograph
PHO/001/03/02/11 BPS Presdients at Northern Ireland Branch Conference 2014 -Photograph
PHO/001/03/02/12 BPS MOU with Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Psychologie 2018 -Photograph
PHO/001/03/02/13 Study visit of Sverige Psykologforbundet 2018 -Photograph
PHO/001/03/02/14 BPS MoC Nuffield Health 2019-Photograph
PHO/001/03/02/15 BPS DHP Chairs 2019
MaterialColour Print (positive)
B/W Print (positive)
NotesThe History of Psychology Centre is committed to creating an inclusive environment for all our users. Be aware that our catalogue contains historic terminology relating to mental health which could be considered offensive. The terminology exists within the original record and has been retained to inform users on viewpoints at the time. It in no way reflects the attitudes of the cataloguers or the British Psychological Society.
Location13: BPS History of Psychology Centre, London
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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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