|Custodial History||Removed from folder marked 'Anatomy of the Human Body: Lockhart, Hamilton and Fyfe. Papers relating to dispute with Lockhart and Faber over authorship recognition'.|
|Description||Correspondence between Gilbert Hamilton, Peter du Sautoy and their legal representatives regarding Hamilton's dispute over authorship and copyright in the textbook, 1945 - 1960. With copies of letters exchanged between Lockhart, Faber and Fyfe on the same subject, which Fyfe appears to have made for Hamilton.|
Detailed notes made by Hamilton regarding the production of the text-book (in particular, the respective contributions made by its co-authors) and his dispute with the publishers.
Five different copies of the title pages of the text-book showing the evolution of authorship recognition and copyright of the first imprint of 'Anatomy of the Human Body'.