2019年7月31日 星期三

SARBICA Symposium 2019

Southeast Asia Regional Branch of the International Council on Archives (SARBICA) is the first Regional Branch of the International Council on Archives (ICA). This year, the National Archives of Singapore (NAS) hosted the 2019 International Symposium with the theme of “Rethinking Archives: Reframing Boundaries, Imagining Possibilities”.

To trace back, NAS was established in 1968 and was called National Archives and Records Centre. In 1981, it merged with the Oral History Unit and formed the Archives and Oral History Department. It renamed as NAS in 1993 and together with the National Museum were managed by the National Heritage Board. After the amendment of the National Library Board Art, it became an institution of the National Library Board (NLB) in Nov 2012. The re-structuring reflected the emphasis on management of and access to knowledge and information. NAS is the second national archives which has successfully merged with national library after the Library and Archives Canada.

Taking place at the Oldham Theatre of the NAS, the 3-day symposium were packed with presentations on various topics, including oral history, digital preservation, web archiving, e-records management, archives services and archives legislation, etc. The pre-seminar workshop on digital preservation was very informative. Take a look at this interesting video "How Toy Story 2 Almost Got Deleted" about a disaster caused by human mistake.
National Archives of Singapore

A visit to the exhibition "Law of the Land: Highlights of Singapore's Constitutional Documents" was arranged in the first evening. This exhibition demonstrated a perfect example of cooperation among memory institutions. Held at the National Gallery and organised by the NAS and NLB, this exhibition explored the history of Singapore’s constitutional development from a British settlement in 1819 to its emergence as a sovereign republic in 1965. The rare documents from the NAS and NLB collections reflected Singapore's legal history and journey to independence.

Exhibition: Law of the Land


Symposium participants visited the NAS Reading Room and Conservation Lab on the third day. The concept of counter-less reading room was transformed from NLB's self-service experience. Access hours is not staff service hours. Users may retrieve requested records from reservation locker even though there is no staff. Counter-less is not staff-less. There is a bell to alert staff in case need of assistance. NAS staff also brought participants to the well facilitated Sound and Moving Image Lab and Archives Conservation Lab where historical video and audio recordings are digitized and paper records are conserved.
Archives Reading Room
Archives Reading Room: Reservation lockers
Sound and Moving Image Lab: Digitization of video recordings
Conservation Lab
Conservation Lab: Leaf casting machine

2019年6月19日 星期三

國際檔案日2019 International Archives Day 2019

大學檔案獲邀參與國際檔案日2019

2019年6月8日是一年一度的香港國際檔案日,大學檔案再次獲邀參與這項活動,夥同其他九個本地檔案機構,向公衆展示多元化的檔案藏品。

今年國際檔案日的主題是「設計21世紀的檔案」,聚焦在21世紀的檔案從業員如何採用以人為本的模式,運用於規劃和設計檔案的工作,為持份者帶來相關益處。為加深參觀人士對檔案的了解,大學檔案於當天展出與中大校園發展、建築設計、校長印章設計有關的早期文獻和短片,吸引了不少公眾人士前來參觀。

中大人類學助理教授黃慧怡博士當日亦以「從使用者角度看考古、藝術與檔案的聯繫」為題作演講,分享身為使用者,如何理解及使用檔案進行研究工作,和通過跨學科對話,開拓新的視野。她提到考古與檔案學其中一個共通的使命,是如何恢復人類已經遺忘的記憶。

University Archives was invited to participate in International Archives Day 2019

On 8 June 2019, University Archives participated with nine local institutions in the exhibition organised by the Hong Kong Archives Society. A booth was set up to promote University Archives' collection and services.

This year the global theme of International Archives Day is ‘Designing the Archives in the 21st Century’. Through the idea of putting people at the centre of what we do, the celebration is reminding us of how to adopt a human-centred design approach to deliver benefits to our stakeholders. CUHK Archives displayed historical records and videos that featured the campus development, architectural designs of CUHK and the sketch of Vice-Chancellor’s seal. The exhibits attracted a large number of visitors and aroused their interest in archival records.

Assistant Professor Sharon Wong form the Department of Anthropology of CUHK has also delivered a talk with the topic “Connecting Archaeology, Art and Archives: An User Perspective”. She shared with the audience about her experience on using archival records and how to adopt a cross-disciplinary approach to widen the perspective of research.

國際檔案日2019的主題 --「設計21世紀的檔案」
The theme of International Archives Day 2019 -- “Designing the Archives in the 21st Century”

大學檔案展出中大校長之印設計草圖和中大初期校園發展計劃報告書等文獻
Historical records such as Design Proposal of Seal of the Vice-Chancellor of CUHK and Preliminary Report of CUHK Development Plan, etc. are on display

大學檔案職員向參觀人士介紹中大展品
The staff of the University Archives introduced CUHK’s exhibits to visitors

中大人類學助理教授黃慧怡博士以「從使用者角度看考古、藝術與檔案的聯繫」為題作演講
Assistant Professor Sharon Wong from the Department of Anthropology CUHK delivered a talk “Connecting Archaeology, Art and Archives: An User Perspective”



2019年5月30日 星期四

百物看世界 A History of the World in 100 Objects

百物看世界──大英博物館藏品展

展覽的構思源自大英博物館與英國廣播公司的廣播節目,以大英博物館藏的100組的物品回顧人類發展的軌跡。

這些由人類創作的物品,來自世界各地,有精美的藝術品,而更多是生活用品,例如貨幣、科學儀器及儀仗用具等,講述人類二百萬年文明的故事。

展覽曾在北京、上海、臺北、東京等城市的博物館展出。主辦展覽的城市可以挑選一件最能代表當下世界的物品,作為第101組展品共同展出。這次來到香港,文化博物館選擇了中文大學前校長高錕教授發明的光纖,以反映訊息爆炸的網絡年代;籌備期間與大學檔案聯繫,借用了三張高錕教授的照片配合展出。

場地:香港文化博物館
日期:2019年5月18日 – 2019年9月9日
https://www.heritagemuseum.gov.hk/zh_TW/web/hm/exhibitions/data/exid257.html

A History of the World in 100 Objects from the British Museum

The exhibition originated from a popular radio programme of the BBC with the British Museum, telling the story of human civilisation using 100 objects selected from the encyclopedic collections of the British Museum.

These man-made objects from various geographical areas, trace human activity from 2 million years ago to the present. In addition to exquisite art pieces, a larger proportion of exhibits are daily utensils and implements, including currency, scientific instruments and ritual items.

This exhibition has travelled through various cities, including Beijing, Shanghai, Taipei, Tokyo, etc. Museums which host the exhibition may choose one object to reflect the world today. "Optical fibre" is featured as the 101st object here in Hong Kong. The University Archives has contributed 3 images of Professor Charles Kao, the "Father of Optical Fibres", to facilitate the exhibition.

Venue: Hong Kong Heritage Museum

2019年4月25日 星期四

從荒山到大學城 From Barren Hills to University Town

本月4日,英國約克大學歷史系的Miles Taylor教授到訪中大。他正在撰寫有關1960年代世界各地大學校園發展的論文,中大是其研究對象之一。大學檔案主管曾柳歡女士當日接待Taylor教授,除了展示大學展覽廳内有關校園發展的影片外,更分享中大從荒山到大學城的故事,如早期校園選址、三所創校成員書院匯聚沙田的過程、校園設計與規劃等。曾女士亦向Taylor教授介紹相關的歷史資源,例如1960年代至1970年代的校長報告書、1964年《香港中文大學校園發展計劃初步報告》、不同年代《香港中文大學概況》内的中大地圖等,希望有助Taylor教授的研究。

中大坐擁全港最大大學校園。依山而建,前臨吐露港,環境秀逸令人喜愛。其實中大面貌在過去半世紀不斷蛻變,校園裏的一草一木、一磚一瓦皆有來歷,值得中大人和社會大眾發掘和細味。

On 4 April, Professor Miles Taylor from the Department of History, University of York, U.K. visited CUHK. He was writing a paper on the university campus development around the world in 1960s, and CUHK was one of his research objects. Ms. Sintra Tsang the University Archivist received Professor Taylor on that day. She showed him the campus development video in the University Gallery, and shared the story “from barren hills to University town”, including the selection of campus location in the early days, the unification of three founding Colleges in the Shatin campus, as well as the campus design and planning, etc. Ms. Tsang also introduced Professor Taylor some relevant historical resources for his research, such as the Vice-Chancellor’s Reports in 1960s and 1970s, CUHK Development Plan Preliminary Report published in 1964, and campus maps in CUHK Calendars of different periods.

Built on a hillside and adjacent to Tolo Harbour, CUHK has the largest and most stunning university campus in Hong Kong. The landscape of CUHK has been constantly changing in the past half century, therefore the stories behind the architecture in the campus are worth exploring and savouring.


英國約克大學歷史系的Miles Taylor教授到訪中大 (4/4/2019) –
大學檔案主管曾柳歡女士贈與Taylor教授有關校園發展的出版物
Professor Miles Taylor from the Department of History, University of York, U.K. visited CUHK (4/4/2019) –
Ms. Sintra Tsang the University Archivist presented publications about CUHK campus development to Professor Taylor
香港中文大學籌備委員會討論校園校址及建築文件 (1961) (香港政府檔案處藏,參考編號HKRS457-3-14) – 中大籌備委員會提出五個選址方案,分別是香港島、威菲路軍營(今九龍公園)、龍翔道、清水灣道,和紅梅谷(大圍),而當時委員會建議新亞書院和聯合書院搬到紅梅谷,與崇基學院相隔一段距離。香港政府檔案處藏有更多有關1960年代至1970年代中大校園發展的檔案,例如檔案類別HKRS338
Chinese University of Hong Kong – Appointment of a Preparation Committee to Consider the Sites and Buildings for the Proposed University (1961) (Source: Government Records Service, HKSAR Government. Record ID: HKRS457-3-14) – The Committee proposed five locations for the new Chinese University i.e. Hong Kong Island, Whitfield Barracks (now the site of Kowloon Park), Lung Cheung Road, Clearwater Bay Road, and Southern End of Shatin Valley (Tai Wai), and recommended the last one, where a distance apart from Chung Chi College. The Government Records Service has kept quite a lot of records about CUHK’s campus development in 1960s-1970s, such as the record series HKRS338.
《香港中文大學概況》内的中大地圖 (1968) – 其時崇基早已遷入沙田校址,新亞書院在九龍,聯合書院在港島。
中大的行政單位分佈於九龍旺角數處,直至1969年遷入沙田。
The map “Location of the Various Institutions of the Chinese University of Hong Kong” in CUHK Calendar (1968) –
Chung Chi College was already on the Shatin Campus, New Asia College was in Kowloon, and United College was on Hong Kong Island. The offices of CUHK were in Mongkok, Kowloon and later moved into the Shatin campus in 1969.

《香港中文大學概況》内的建設計劃全圖 (1975) – 新亞書院和聯合書院均已遷入沙田校址。
The “Master Development Plan” in CUHK Calendar (1975) –
New Asia College and United College had moved into the Shatin Campus.
《香港中文大學概覽及統計資料》内的中大地圖 (2009)
The campus map in CUHK Facts & Figures (2009)

2019年3月28日 星期四

桂冠學人的故事——圖書捐贈儀式 The Laureates of Chinese Descent – Book Donation Ceremony

大學展覽廳於本月19日舉行圖書捐贈儀式。來自美國科羅拉多大學的陳光輝教授向嘉賓介紹他與多位學者合編的《炎黃子孫的諾貝爾和拉斯克獎得主:於文學與科學》,並在諾貝爾獎得主——高錕教授和楊振寧教授的獎項展櫃前,將該書贈與參與寫作的沈祖堯教授、楊綱凱教授、高錕夫人黃美芸女士,和大學圖書館收藏。

這本新書介紹15位華裔桂冠學人 (11位諾貝爾獎得主、3位拉斯克獎得主、1位沃爾夫獎得主) 的生平和研究道路。陳教授致辭時表示,希望他們的故事可以啓發後學。這15位赫赫學人,當中12位和中大有著深厚淵源:
  • 楊振寧  (榮譽理學博士,1997;中大設有楊振寧學術資料館)
  • 丁肇中  (榮譽理學博士,1987)
  • 李遠哲  (榮譽理學博士,1989)
  • 朱棣文  (榮譽理學博士,1998)
  • 崔琦     (榮譽理學博士,1999)
  • 高行健  (榮譽文學博士,2001;中大圖書館設有高行健特藏)
  • 錢永健  (榮譽理學博士,2009)
  • 高錕     (中大第三任校長;榮譽理學博士,1985)
  • 莫言     (榮譽文學博士,2014)
  • 李卓皓  (中大第一任校長李卓敏博士之弟)
  • 簡悅威  (榮譽理學博士,1981)
  • 吳健雄  (榮譽法學博士,1969)
(其餘三位為:李政道屠呦呦李敏求)

因此,這捐贈儀式安排在展示中大歷史與成就的大學展覽廳舉行,別具意義。

A book donation ceremony was held in the University Gallery on 19 March. Professor Laurence K. Chan from the University of Colorado, U.S. introduced his co-edited book Nobel and Lasker Laureates of Chinese Descent in Literature and Science to the guests, and presented copies of the book to Professor Joseph J.Y. Sung, Professor Kenneth Young, and Lady Gwen Kao, who have contributed chapters to the book. Additional copies were donated to the Library for retention and circulation. The ceremony took place in front of the showcase of the two Nobel laureates, Professor Sir Charles Kao and Professor Yang Chen-ning.

This newly published book introduces the lives and researches of 15 Laureates of Chinese descent, including 11 Nobel Laureates, 3 Lasker Laureates, and 1 Wolf Laureate. Professor Chan stated that the editors “hope to inspire the youth to emulate them in the hope that they too might become Laureates one day.” Among those 15 Laureates, 12 of them have close relationship with CUHK, therefore it was so meaningful to hold the ceremony in such a hall that exhibits the history, memorable moments and achievements of the University.
  • Yang Chen-ning (Doctor of Science (DSc) honoris causa, 1997; CUHK has established the C.N. Yang Archive)
  • Ting Chao-chung Samuel (Doctor of Science (DSc) honoris causa, 1987)
  • Lee Yuan-tseh (Doctor of Science (DSc) honoris causa, 1989)
  • Steven Chu (Doctor of Science (DSc) honoris causa, 1998)
  • Tsui Chee Daniel (Doctor of Science (DSc) honoris causa, 1999)
  • Gao Xingjian (Doctor of Literature (DLit) honoris causa, 2001; CUHK Library has established Gao Xingjian Repository)
  • Roger Y. Tsien (Doctor of Science (DSc) honoris causa, 2009)
  • Charles Kao (CUHK 3rd Vice-Chancellor;Doctor of Science (DSc) honoris causa, 1985)
  • Mo Yan  (Doctor of Literature (DLit) honoris causa, 2014)
  • Li Choh-hao (Brother of CUHK 1st Vice-Chancellor Dr. Li Choh-ming)
  • Kan Yuet-wai (Doctor of Science (DSc) honoris causa, 1981)
  • Wu Chien-shiung (Doctor of Laws (LLD) honoris causa, 1969) 
(& Tsung-Dao Lee, Youyou Tu, and Min Chiu Li)

陳光輝教授向嘉賓介紹他合編的《炎黃子孫的諾貝爾和拉斯克獎得主:於文學與科學》。
Professor Laurence K. Chan introduced his co-edited book Nobel and Lasker Laureates of Chinese Descent in Literature and Science to the guests.

陳光輝教授 (左2) 在諾貝爾獎得主——高錕教授和楊振寧教授的獎項展櫃前,將新書贈與沈祖堯教授 (右2)、楊綱凱教授 (左1)、高錕夫人黃美芸女士 (中),和大學圖書館李露絲館長 (右1) 。
Professor Laurence K. Chan (2nd left) presented the books to Professor Joseph J.Y. Sung (2nd right), Professor Kenneth Young (1st left), Lady Gwen Kao (middle), and the University Librarian Ms. Louise Jones (1st right) in front of the showcase of the Nobel Laureates Professor Sir Charles Kao and Professor Yang Chen-ning.

陳光輝教授(左)及嘉賓參觀中大圖書館藏諾貝爾獎得主高錕教授和高行健博士的檔案文物。
Professor Laurence K. Chan (left) visited the University Library to view archival collections of the Nobel Laureates Professor Sir Charles Kao and Dr. Gao Xinjian.

《炎黃子孫的諾貝爾和拉斯克獎得主:於文學與科學》
Nobel and Lasker Laureates of Chinese Descent in Literature and Science

2019年2月28日 星期四

大學檔案的保存工作 Preservation Works of CUHK Archival Records

檔案保存工作是檔案管理的核心業務。檔案一旦被鑒定為有永久保存價值,便應作出相應的保存措施,以保百年以後人們仍能利用該檔。中大建有設備達專業標準的檔案庫,為入藏的檔案提供安身之所。然而所有檔案在正式入庫之前均經過多重處理,以防止或減慢檔案變質,延長檔案的壽命。

不同媒體(紙相片影帶光碟等)的檔案需要不同的保存方法。以紙本檔案爲例,檔案入庫前會先放置於庫内工作區。工作人員會帶上清潔的棉手套作狀況評估,檢查檔案是否曾遭浸濕,有無黴菌和蟲害等。較舊的檔案通常會先放進攝氏達零下三十度的冰箱冷藏數日至一星期,確保黴菌和蟲害無法生長;而損壞情況嚴重的檔案,需尋求修復專業人士的意見再處理。工作人員會潔净檔案表面,遇有檔案内容開始褪色變得模糊不清,會利用無酸檔案紙複印内容保存;還有移去原有的文件夾和書釘幼繩,換上專業無酸的文件夾隔頁紙相片套等,然後放進儲存盒内入庫。此程序既能保存檔案本身狀況,亦確保其他已入庫檔案不會受到外來破壞。

以上只是簡單介紹一般保存工作的程序,實際操作可能會複雜得多。大學檔案現正處理大量紙本檔案和舊相片,務求令這些大學珍貴資產得到妥善的保護。

Preservation is at the heart of archives management. Once the record has been appraised as having archival value for long term retention, appropriate preservation measures should be taken to ensure people will be still able to use the record after a hundred years. CUHK has setup an archives repository with facilities with professional standards to provide a safe home for the archives. In fact, before putting the records into the storage, preservation works are necessary in order to prolong their useful life.

Records in different media (paper, photo, video tape, CD, etc.) require different preservation methods. Taking paper records as an example, the records will be placed in the processing area of the repository first, then the staff will wear clean cotton gloves to check the physical conditions of the records, like seeing whether they are water soaked, or infected with mould and pests. Old records are usually placed into freezer with a temperature of -30°C for a few days to a week to make sure the mould and pests cannot grow. Records with serious damages are needed to be reviewed and processed by professionals. The staff will clean the dusty surface of the records. In case that the content of the document is fading out or becoming illegible, the document will be photocopied by using acid-free archival paper. The original folders, staples, clips will be removed and replaced by containers with archival quality such as acid-free folders, papers, and photo sleeves, etc., finally they are put into archival boxes for storage. Such a process not only prolongs the life of the newly acquired records, it also safeguards the conditions of the stored records that will not be affected by the new ones.

The above case is just a brief introduction of the archives preservation works, and the real-life practice can be much more complicated. The University Archives is currently processing a large amount of records and photos to ensure these precious University assets are properly preserved.

參考資料 References

大學檔案部分常用的專業儲存器和保存工具,例如:無酸文件夾隔頁紙相片套儲存箱;除塵或黴菌用的塵掃和擦膠,不會生鏽的膠製或黃銅製文件夾等。
Some of the archival supplies and preservation tools used by the University Archives, e.g. acid-free folders, archival papers, photo sleeves, boxes,  dusting brush and dirt eraser, and plastic and rust-proof brass paper clips, etc.

較舊的檔案通常會先放進攝氏達零下三十度的冰箱冷藏數日至一星期,確保黴菌和蟲害無法生長。
Old records are usually placed into freezer with a temperature of -30°C for a few days to a week to make sure the mould and pests cannot grow.

整理中的馬臨校長相片:將相片放入無酸相片套,再放入文件袋儲存。
Preserving photos of Professor Ma Lin’s the 2nd Vice Chancellor: photos are put into acid-free photo sleeves, then put the photo sleeves into document wallet.

2019年1月30日 星期三

英國國家檔案館藏中大檔案 CUHK Records in The National Archives (TNA) of the United Kingdom

大學檔案組除了從中大各單位搜求檔案,亦會在校外徵集或購入中大相關文獻,以增補館藏,為研究者帶來便利。由於香港曾爲英國之殖民地,許多香港事務的檔案可以在英國國家檔案館中找到,當中包括不少有關中大成立和發展的檔案。大學檔案組目前已從該館購入與中大相關的檔案三十餘個,時間跨度為1950年代至1980年代,主要來自兩個檔案類別:
•    BW 90: 海外高等教育大學校際委員會:書信及公文
•    CO 1045: 殖民地部及其他部門:教育顧問郭克時爵士公文
内容相當豐富,例如:五、六十年代香港專上學院的發展、中文大學的籌備過程、香港大學在中大發展的角色、首任校長的遴選和候選人名單、中大醫學院成立之背景等(詳細内容請看下表)。這些中大檔案連同其他從英國國家檔案館購入的香港事務檔案,可以透過大學圖書館網頁的「數碼館藏」,在校内瀏覽。
大學檔案組會繼續留意英國國家檔案館和其他單位收藏的中大相關文獻,如檔案已經公開,我們會盡量收錄。

In addition to collecting records from the University offices, CUHK Archives also collects and purchases CUHK-related records beyond the campus in order to fill the gap of our collections and bring convenience to researchers. Since Hong Kong was once a British colony, many records of Hong Kong affairs can be found in The National Archives (TNA) of the United Kingdom, including documents about the establishment and development of CUHK. CUHK Archives has purchased over 30 records from TNA. The time span of the archives is from 1950s to 1980s, and most of the items are from these two record series:
•   BW 90: Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers.
•  CO 1045: Colonial Office and other departments: Papers of Sir Christopher Cox, Educational Adviser.
The content includes: the development of the Hong Kong post-secondary education in 1950s to 1960s, the establishment of CUHK, the role of the University of Hong Kong in CUHK development, selection and appointment of the first Vice-Chancellor (with the list of candidates), the background of setup of the CUHK medical school, etc (please check the table below for details). With other records of Hong Kong affairs purchased from TNA, these records are now uploaded to the “Digital Collection” on CUHK Library’s website for on-campus access.
CUHK Archives will keep an eye on any CUHK-related records kept by TNA and other units. We will try our best to collect as many open records as possible.

大學圖書館「英國國家檔案館」公開檔案首頁
CUHK Library’s “Open Public Record of the National Archives of United Kingdom” – front page

「中大校長遴選與委任檔案」(英國國家檔案館檔案編號:BW90/569)
“Selection and Appointment of Vice-Chancellor” (TNA Reference Number: BW90/569)
檔案編號
Citable Reference
檔案名稱
Title
内容描述
Description
日期
Date
BW 90/556 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. Chinese University of Hong Kong. Correspondence, papers and reports outlining development of the Post-Secondary Colleges as the nucleus of the future Chinese University: visit of college presidents, 1960; visit and Report of the advisers on courses and syllabuses, 1961; selection of Commission for the Chinese University. 1/1/1959-31/12/1961
BW 90/557 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. Chinese University of Hong Kong. Correspondence, papers and reports outlining development of the Post-Secondary Colleges as the nucleus of the future Chinese University: arrangements for visit of Chinese registrars to UK, 1961, and for visit of Library Adviser to Hong Kong, 1962; IUC subcommittee on Chinese colleges in Hong Kong; Commission for the Chinese University. 1/6/1961-31/12/1961
BW 90/558 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. Chinese University of Hong Kong. Correspondence, papers and reports outlining development of the Post-Secondary Colleges as the nucleus of the future Chinese University: appointment and visit of Commission for the Chinese University (Fulton Commission). 1/1/1962-31/12/1962
BW 90/559 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. Chinese University of Hong Kong. Evidence presented to the Fulton Commission: Supplement 1 to 612/7. 1/1/1962-31/12/1962
BW 90/560 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. Chinese University of Hong Kong. Evidence presented to the Fulton Commission: Supplement 2 to 612/7. 1/1/1962-31/12/1962
BW 90/561 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. Chinese University of Hong Kong. Evidence presented to the Fulton Commission: Supplement 3 to 612/7. 1/1/1962-31/12/1962
BW 90/562 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. Chinese University of Hong Kong. Evidence presented to the Fulton Commission: Supplement 4 to 612/7. 1/1/1962-31/12/1962
BW 90/563 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. Chinese University of Hong Kong. Evidence presented to the Fulton Commission: Supplement 5 to 612/7. 1/1/1962-31/12/1962
BW 90/564 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. Chinese University of Hong Kong. Evidence presented to the Fulton Commission: Supplement 6 to 612/7. 1/1/1962-31/12/1962
BW 90/565 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. Chinese University of Hong Kong. Evidence presented to the Fulton Commission: Supplement 6A to 612/7. 1/1/1962-31/12/1962
BW 90/566 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. Chinese University of Hong Kong. Evidence presented to the Fulton Commission: New Asia College Calendar Supplement 7 to 612/7. 1/1/1962-31/12/1962
BW 90/567 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. Chinese University of Hong Kong. Evidence presented to the Fulton Commission: Hong Kong Baptist College; Supplement 8 to 612/7. 1/1/1962-31/12/1962
BW 90/568 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. Chinese University of Hong Kong. Evidence presented to the Fulton Commission: miscellaneous; Supplement 9 to 612/17. 1/1/1962-31/12/1962
BW 90/569 Selection and appointment of Vice-Chancellor Candidates for the first Vice-Chancellor; selection process 26/3/1963-4/2/1964
BW 90/570 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. Hong Kong. Proposed enquiry into long term need for graduates in Hong Kong: correspondence. 1/1/1964-31/12/1964
BW 90/588 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. University of Hong Kong. Institute of Oriental Studies: correspondence and papers leading up to establishment, and outlining divergent views on its function and relationship with the University. With memorandum of the inter-university committee appointed to consider the establishment overseas of a British centre for East and South East Asian Studies, 1951. 1/1/1949-31/12/1953
BW 90/589 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. University of Hong Kong. Institute of Oriental Studies: Reports for 1953 and 1954; correspondence relating to use of Chinese as a medium of instruction in the University. 1/1/1953-31/12/1958
BW 90/1599 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. Chinese University of Hong Kong. Establishment and inauguration of the university, 1963; correspondence and papers dealing with IUC's advice and assistance, 1966-1974. With Chinese University of Hong Kong Ordinance 1963; architect's plan. 1/1/1963-31/12/1974
BW 90/1600 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. Chinese University of Hong Kong. Correspondence and papers outlining IUC advice and assistance to the University. 1/1/1975-31/12/1979
BW 90/1601 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. Chinese University of Hong Kong. Staff: conditions of service and background information. 1/1/1962-31/12/1968
BW 90/1602 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. Chinese University of Hong Kong. Finance: application for assistance under the Colonial Development and Welfare Act 1959. 1/1/1963-31/12/1971
BW 90/1605 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. Chinese University of Hong Kong. Report of [second] Commission on the Chinese University of Hong Kong (second Fulton Report), Mar 1976: correspondence and press commentary. With Chinese University of Hong Kong Ordinance 1976. 1/1/1975-31/12/1977
BW 90/1606 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. Chinese University of Hong Kong. Staff: conditions of service and background information. 1/1/1978-31/12/1979
BW 90/1644 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. University of Hong Kong (UHK). Faculty of Medicine: proposed agreement with Hong Kong Government on clinical teaching; general correspondence. 1/1/1954-31/12/1976
BW 90/2305 Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas: Correspondence and Papers. IUC Overseas Administrative Staff Training Scheme. Correspondence with overseas universities relating to administration and working of the scheme: Chinese University of Hong Kong. 1/1/1970-31/12/1972
CO 1045/476 Colonial Office and other departments: Papers of Sir Christopher Cox, Educational Adviser. HONG KONG. Chinese colleges: reports, correspondence and papers. 1/1/1952-31/12/1959
CO 1045/812 Colonial Office and other departments: Papers of Sir Christopher Cox, Educational Adviser. Hong Kong: Chinese colleges. 1/1/1961-31/12/1963
CO 1045/819 Colonial Office and other departments: Papers of Sir Christopher Cox, Educational Adviser. Fulton report on a Federal Chinese University in Hong Kong. 1/1/1963-31/12/1963
CO 1045/917 Colonial Office and other departments: Papers of Sir Christopher Cox, Educational Adviser. Chinese University of Hong Kong. 1/1/1970-31/12/1970
CO 1045/1520 Colonial Office and other departments: Papers of Sir Christopher Cox, Educational Adviser. PHOTOGRAPHIC COLLECTIONS. Chung Chi College, Hong Kong. 1/1/1956-31/12/1956