LevelCollection
RepositoryOxford Brookes University
DocRefFuller
TreeRefFuller
ExtentApprox. 7000 books and pamphlets + 12 shelves of archival material
TitleFuller Collection
Date17th century-21st century
DescriptionThe Collection holds a wealth of material covering many areas of hospitality. In addition to its book and pamphlet stock, the Collection also contains much ephemera in the form of recipe leaflets, cuttings and scrapbooks, as well as a large number of manuscript recipe and household books.
ArrangementThe books are arranged in Dewey Decimal Order.
The 'non-recipe cuttings' and 'recipe cuttings' have been kept in their original order (and with the original DocRefs) as stored in a filing cabinet.
The remaining non-book material has been kept in order where there is an order, and the unordered material has been arranged like-with-like. The original DocRef system assigned to the non-recipe and recipe cuttings has been extended for the remaining non-book material.
AccessConditionsPlease use the Library Catalogue, available at www.brookes.ac.uk/library, to search for published items in this collection.
The collection may be viewed in the special collections reading room only.
URLhttp://www.brookes.ac.uk/library
LanguageEnglish
AccessStatusOpen
CreatorNameJohn Fuller
AdminHistoryProfessor John Fuller, formerly Director of the Scottish Hotel School at the University of Strathclyde and then, until his retirement in 1976, Head of the Department of Catering Management at Oxford Polytechnic, built up the Collection over forty years and in 1978 offered it to the Polytechnic, as it then was, for purchase. It was bought following an appeal to local industry and to the hospitality industry for financial support, and is now on public display in the Special Collections Reading Room in the Library.
ArchNoteMajority of archival material catalogued by Eleanor Possart, 2008, 2012.
Non-recipe and recipe cuttings catalogued by Andrzej Szafranski, 2012.
SubjectCatering and hospitality
Gastronomy
Food
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