Ref NoBPS/001/3/01
TitleBPS Central Council Minutes 1904-1974
Extent15 volumes
Physical Description15 bound volumes
DescriptionMinutes of the Council of the British Psychological Society BPS [later Board of Trustees].
BPS/001/3/01/01 BPS Meetings IC 1904-1917
BPS/001/3/01/02 Council Meetings IIC 1918-1924
BPS/001/3/01/03 Council Meetings IIIC 1924-1928
BPS/001/3/01/04 Council Meetings IVC 1928-1932
BPS/001/3/01/05 Council Meetings VC 1932-1936
BPS/001/3/01/06 Council Meetings 1936-1943
BPS/001/3/01/07 Council Meetings 1943-1950
BPS/001/3/01/08 Council Meetings 1950-1955
BPS/001/3/01/09 Council Meetings 1955-1959
BPS/001/3/01/10 Council Meetings 1959-1961
BPS/001/3/01/11 Council Meetings 1962-1965
BPS/001/3/01/12 Council Meetings 1965-1966
BPS/001/3/01/13 Council Meetings 1966-1969
BPS/001/3/01/14 Council Meetings 1969-1971
BPS/001/3/01/15 Council Meetings 1971-1974

See also BPS/001/3/02 BPS Council Papers 1946-1984
FormatBound Volume
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.
Previously this reference number was used for BPS Central (Council) minutes IIc 1918-1924
Wellcome Ref: PSY/BPS/1/3/1 - PSY/BPS/1/3/10b
Related MaterialBPS/001/3/02/02 BPS Council Papers
BPS/001/7/03 BPS Finance and General Purposes Committee
AccessConditionsRegistered Users by Appointment Only.
Location16: Wellcome Library
AdminHistoryIn 1919 the Executive Committee of the British Psychological Society is replaced by a Council and the office of President is established. A General Committee, from 1959 Finance and General Purposes [F&CGP] Committee prepared material for Council meetings. In 2002 the Society received approval from the Privy Council for changes to its Charter and Statutes which allowed for the transfer of trustee status from the Council to an expanded Board of Directors which succeed the F&CGP and was named the Board of Trustees. A BPS 'Representative Council' still existed but its role was not executive, although it had places on the Board of Trustees - this body itself was renamed the BPS Senate in 2018.
RulesDescription compiled in line with the following: ISAD (G) General International Standard Archival Description MAD3 Third Edition 2000
ArchNoteCompiled by Claire Jackson BPS Archivist History of Psychology Centre.
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