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CollectionGB 0231 University of Aberdeen, Special Collections
LevelSub-fonds
Ref NoUNIVERSITY 1451/10
Alt Ref NoDML
TitleDavid Lubbock papers
Date1936 - 1993
Extent3 boxes; 5 files; 40 items
Administrative HistoryDavid Lubbock, 1911–1992, economist, nutrition expert and farmer. Lubbock was also son-in-law of Lord Boyd Orr, co-author of Feeding the people in war-time and The White Man's Dilemma and Secretary to Boyd Orr as the first Director General of the Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO).

For more information see the volume of memoirs: Just For The Family (Author House, 2015) and The Boyd Orr View - From the Old World to the New, with Proposal for Action to Banish Hunger. The late Lord Boyd Orr's Testament (David Lubbock, 1992).
ArrangementDML - David Lubbock papers

DML/1 - Tyescripts and papers
DML/2 - Papers collected and related to
DML/3 - Correspondence on Carnegie Survey and subsequent surveys.
DML/4 - Proposals for a Boyd Orr Centre for World Affairs
DML/5 - Robert Wenlock Zambian papers
DML/6 - Second World War correspondence
DML/7 - Letter from 1946-onwards
DML/8 - Correspndence and papers 1985-1992
DML/9 - Obituaries and biographical material
DML/10 - Oral history audio tapes
Access StatusRestricted
Access ConditionsSome records contain personal information and may be closed for 75 (for adults) and 100 (for children 16 and under) years under the Data Protection Act (1998). Specifically relating to the Carnegie Survey and subsequent surveys.
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