D874/13/1 - Mr (later Professor) D.L. Hughes' register of Animal Experiments. - Dec. 1937-1978
Records date, number, animal, object (of the experiment), material, reference, route and dose, and result.
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D874/13/4 - Licence, endorsed with renewals, granted by the Home Office to permit Professor Hughes to perform experiments on living animals.
D874/5/1 - Correspondence of Mr (later Professor) Hughes principally on the subject of Mastitis, together with copy of 'Mastitis: some authoritative opinions' (Deosan Ltd., [?c.1954]).
D306 - Sealed packet containing Mr. H.B. Chrimes, M.A., D.L., personal files on the appointment of Professor R.F. Whelan as Vice Chancellor and on the emoluments of the office
D874/13/13 - Visit by Professor Hughes to the Veterinary School, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, 29 March - 12 April 1975
D874/15/12 - Text of Professor Hughes' speeches to societies in his capacity as President of the BVA
D43/3/(i)/2 - Notebook of Professor Hilditch, containing notes of the experiments conducted by Mr. T. Riley, Miss E.E. Jones, Mr. N.L. Vidgarthi, [and himself]
D200/R/2/5 - Cutting from the Lancet reporting on the maiden speech of Lord Cohen and other speeches in the Lords debate on painful experiments to animals.
D874/23/2 - Correspondence regarding reprints of Professor Hughes' papers and lectures which he sent to individuals in this country and overseas.
P159 - Letters and postcards of Professor Kuno Meyer to Mr., later Associate Professor, J. Glyn Davies
D605/6/2 - The Early Days of the Lancashire Veterinary Association. Lecture by J.W. Barber-Lomax MA, BVSc, MRCVS, given at Liverpool, as part of the Association's Centenary celebrations. Foreword by Prof D.L. Hughes, President, British Veterinary Association
D255/4/2/20 - Xerox copy of entry for George Melly, J.P., D.L., from Liverpool's Legion of Honour, 1893, by B.G. Orchard, p.500. Manuscript notes on the Melly Family
D874/8/1 - David Leslie Hughes, 'Studies of methods of controlling the spread of Streptococcus Agalactiae in dairy herds'