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TitleBPS Diamond Jubilee Dinner 1961 - Photographs
SiteRegents Park
PhotographerOwen & Moroney 400a Uxbridge Road Shepherds Bush W12
Date1961
Extentc 55-prints
DescriptionVarious black and white prints taken at the British Psychological Society's Jubilee dinner held at Fellows' Dining Room of the Zoological Society of London on October 20th 1961.

The dinner was attended by a total of 119 including 49 guests from other scientific organisations and Government Departments.

The guest of honour was Sir Russell Brain who was accompanied by Lady Brain, and other guests included Sir Howard Florey, P.R.S., Sir John and Lady Richardson and Mr.A.W.Peterson (Chairman, Prison Commission) and Mrs. Peterson. (BPS Annual Report 1961-1962).


Photograph is of Professor James Drever II , British Psychological Society President 1961 pictured speaking at table.

An annotation does not accompany the prints (though a seating plan is available), some guests are recognisable including:


Hans J. Eysenck see PHO/001/01/165
Arthur Summerfield
Ms Grace Rawlings
L.S.Hearnshaw
Ms May Davidson
John Liggett
R.J.Bartlett
Alastair Heron
R Maliphant

Photographer: Owen and Moroney 400a Uxbridge Road, Shepherds Bush London W12
CaptionNone
FormatPhotograph
DimensionsVarious
MaterialB/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.
Accompanying material includes photographer's correspondence and handwritten photo request forms
Related MaterialBPS/001/6/02/01 BPS Jubilee
PHO/001/01/165 Hans Eysenck Photographs
PHO/001/01/510 Summerfield, Arthur Photographs
RelatedRecordBPS/001/6/02
PHO/001/01/165
PHO/001/01/510
BPS/001/6/02/01
AccessStatusOpen
Location13: BPS History of Psychology Centre, London
AdminHistoryThe Society's dinner was given by the Council at the Fellows' Dining Room of the Zoological Society of London, which was attended by a total of 119 including 49 guests from other scientific organisations and Government Departments. The guest of honour was Sir Russell Brain who was accompanied by Lady Brain, and other guests included Sir Howard Florey, P.R.S., Sir John and Lady Richardson and Mr.A.W.Peterson (Chairman,Prison Commission) and Mrs. Peterson. (BPS Annual Report 1961-1962).
ImageCopyrightCopyright notice: All images are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights worldwide. The images may be viewed without payment or further permission (fair dealing), 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 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.
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.

Show related Persons records.

Persons
CodePersonNameDates
BPS/GB/125Bartlett; Robert J (1879-1980); HonFBsS1879-1980
BPS/GB/121Eysenck; Hans Jurgen (1916-1997); Professor; Psychologist1916-1997
BPS/GB/39Summerfield; Sir; Arthur (1923-2005); Professor; FBPsS, HonMBPsS1923-2005
BPS/GB/25Rawlings; Grace (1909-1988); OBE, FBPsS1909-1988
BPS/GB/34Hearnshaw; Leslie Spencer (1907-1991); Professor1907-1991
BPS/GB/105Davidson; May (1914-1982); CBE, FBPsS1914-1982
BPS/GB/163Heron; Alastair (1915-2009); Professor; FBPSs1915-2009
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