Ref NoStev/001/13
TitleAdministrative Material
DescriptionVarious printed and handwritten administrative material concerning provenance, copyright, probate and physical ownership matters collected by David Stevens for his personal research on Major Hopkins' PoW dreams.

Included is:

Correspondence between David Stevens and the following:

Commonwealth War Graves Commission, 14 January 2004
German War Graves Commission, 14 January 2004
The Law Society, 5 June 2003
Professor Graham Richards, British Psychological Society, 26 June 2006 (includes e-mail)
C.R. Evans 10 February 2004
Denis F.Dodd 26 March 2004
Major R.G.Mills Fusiliers Museum 17 March 2004
MoD Middlesex, 8 July 2006
German Embassy 25 April 2006

Other correspondence includes:

Letter to Dr A.D.Lovie, Hon.Archivist British Psychological Society (BPS) from Librarian, Lancaster concerning the discovery of two more Major Hopkins' diaries, 1 March 1989
Letter from Professor C.W.Valentine to Major Hopkins 8 November 1940
Letter from Major Boulton to Professor C.W.Valentine concerning Major Hopkins (no date)

Also includes:

Photocopy of Probate, Letters of Administration re: Lily Hopkins' death 7 November 1972
Photocopy of Probate, Letters of Administration re: Leslie James Hopkins' death 26 April 1979
Photocopies of Probate , including last will, re Ethel Doris Evans' death 18 November 1988
Certified copy of Major Hopkins' Death Certificate dated 23 May 2003
Certified copy of Major Hopkins' Birth Certificate dated 22 May 2003
Photocopies of guides to British copyright laws (no date)
Typed information (3-pages) on Major Hopkins' background as available to his niece Frances Hopkins (no date)
Photocopy of Hopkins' application for the post of Headmaster of Leigh Grammar School, 17 September 1932
2-pages of handwritten notes
Photocopy of a handwritten letter to Lily from [? Hopkins]dated 9 June 1940
Typed letter from Anthony Martin to David Stevens, 4 April 2004
FormatTextual Material
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.
Related MaterialMajor Hopkins' diaries
AccessConditionsAuthorised Users. View by Appointment
Location13: BPS History of Psychology Centre, London
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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