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Naipaul, Patricia Ann, 1932-1996

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1932-07-31 - 1996-02-03

biographical statement

Wife of V.S. Naipaul.

Found in 118 Collections and/or Records:

1 small autograph wallet with a faux wood exterior, Interior includes illustrations & notes from Friends and Family of Patricia Ann Naipaul ca. 1940's Small My Birthday Book, Green in color with Floral house scene on front cover. Interior includes signatures of friends and family. Interior cover page has "Patricia Ann Hall" Small Blue paper notebook with notes writte inside ca. 1949. Front cover has a sticker with Mrs. Naipaul written in pencil on it. 2 small high school report cards, Spring & Autumn, 1943 4 Large high school report cards, Summers 1943, 1945, 1948 and Autumn 1945 1 Blue Gloucester High School for Girls Denmark Road English Workbook Patricia Ann Naipaul Academic Resume contains information about where she went to high school, college and what was studied. Handwritten in portions about additions for 1955-1960. The Birmingham Repertory Theatre program for "Tartuffe" By Moliere adapted by Miles Malleson, Spring & Summer Season 1954 Frames' Tours Ltd. with compliments note, has a note typed in red on back Tourist luncheon menu, Wed. 19 April 1961, Colorful cover, picture of a sextent and dividers and woman holding an eel and with a latern on front St. Hugh's College Centenary supplement to the Chronicle, 1985-1987, St. Hugh's College, #59 Booklet Patricia Ann Naipaul's Bachelor of Arts from The University of Oxford. Dated September 1955, A note attached to the diploma from the Head Clerk says that Patricia had requested this diploma. Official Acceptance Letter from The University of Oxford for Patricia Ann Naipaul to receive her Bachelor of Arts in Modern History, signed October 1954, witnessed 28 June 1956. Oxford University Appointments committee notes for the guidance of women candidates in Applying for post. Green Pledge Card, Card holder pledges to never damage library or library equipment in any way (Camera, etc.) signed by Patricia Ann Naipaul, dated 15 October 1951 St. Hugh's College, Oxford Scholarship and Entrance examination for Oct 1951 Postcard, sent & dated 29 July 1954 to Patricia Ann Hale St. Hugh's College, Oxford, Association of Senior members booklet St. Hugh's College development appeal, 1977-1986

 File — box-folder: 1993.001.1.B.44.5
Identifier: 1993.001.1.B.44.5
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection is the life archive of Nobel prize winning author V. S. Naipaul. Sir Vidia was born in Trinidad, educated at Oxford, and author of A House for Mr. Biswas and 20 other volumes of fiction and non-fiction reporting. The collection also includes manuscripts, correspondence files and personal and family memorabilia.
Dates: 1935 - 2000

15 type pages of a manuscript, 8 pages were typed on typing paper, 7 pages on regular paper. All pages have been corrected and bundled. House of Commons: A Guide for Visitor's to the Galleries Mon. June 7th 1976 order paper Trade Union Congress, The Social Contract 1976-1977, 15p. 1976 Special Congress Platform Seating Chart Newspaper clippings from 1976 about racial tolerance, migrants, etc. Red Silvine Exercise Book with "TUC Willi(?)" written on front, notes written in blue & black ink. Evening Standard, Wed. June 16th 1976 "Massive 'Yes' from the TUC pay: It's a deal by 17 to 1" Various Newspaper Clippings on the TUC passing. "Check Against Delivery" Speech by Norman Willis, 13p., From the TUC for the press. Article for The Times, Thurs. June 17th 1976, "TUC Special Congress big majority for pay curb policy but warnings are sounded." Brown envelope from Maggs Bro. Ltd. "Dizny" written on front. On The Inside written: Letter from Francis to Patricia on July 2nd 1976. 15p. Typed and Corrected Article Draft 2nd 15p. Typed and Corrected article draft with notes written on front loose leaf page. The community newspaper for North South work & waterloo No.2 July '76, 6p. Norman Willis was The Assistant General Secretery of the TUC.

 File — box-folder: 1993.001.1.B.34.6
Identifier: 1993.001.1.B.34.6
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection is the life archive of Nobel prize winning author V. S. Naipaul. Sir Vidia was born in Trinidad, educated at Oxford, and author of A House for Mr. Biswas and 20 other volumes of fiction and non-fiction reporting. The collection also includes manuscripts, correspondence files and personal and family memorabilia.
Dates: 1935 - 2000

1986 Various Newspaper clippings about prime minister Margaret Thatcher & writings about Peter Walker. Also, Contains Journal Entries for same time period.

 File — box-folder: 1993.001.1.B.38.6
Identifier: 1993.001.1.B.38.6
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection is the life archive of Nobel prize winning author V. S. Naipaul. Sir Vidia was born in Trinidad, educated at Oxford, and author of A House for Mr. Biswas and 20 other volumes of fiction and non-fiction reporting. The collection also includes manuscripts, correspondence files and personal and family memorabilia.
Dates: 1935 - 2000

27 Pages typed & corrected pages for Article Panel's Copy, 13 pages, Typed & Corrected with cardboard backing 17 pages photocopied of 7 September 1975 Daily telegraph article "Protest at national front march." Corrected.

 File — box-folder: 1993.001.1.B.34.4
Identifier: 1993.001.1.B.34.4
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection is the life archive of Nobel prize winning author V. S. Naipaul. Sir Vidia was born in Trinidad, educated at Oxford, and author of A House for Mr. Biswas and 20 other volumes of fiction and non-fiction reporting. The collection also includes manuscripts, correspondence files and personal and family memorabilia.
Dates: 1935 - 2000

3 Pocket Agendas "Diaries" 1 Red & Black Hardbound with the year 1996 printed on front cover 1 Black "Diary" written in gold on front "Diary 1994" 1 Black Faux Leather "Diary" with 1993 imprinted on front cover in Gold

 File — box-folder: 1993.001.1.B.43.6
Identifier: 1993.001.1.B.43.6
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection is the life archive of Nobel prize winning author V. S. Naipaul. Sir Vidia was born in Trinidad, educated at Oxford, and author of A House for Mr. Biswas and 20 other volumes of fiction and non-fiction reporting. The collection also includes manuscripts, correspondence files and personal and family memorabilia.
Dates: 1935 - 2000

3x4 Color Photo of a young girl, No Name Associated, with photo. Printed by A.E. Pugh & Company Ltd. London, England Small note from Patricia Ann Naipaul's tutor, Betty Kemp, dated Wed. 1952, Thanks students for gift & best wishes. Ticket into The Reading Room at The British Museum, dated 5 April 1968, 13 November 1968 & 13 October 1970. Small Textile piece with yellow, green, white, orange, red squares. A small best wishes card with 28 signatures of 28 ladies of the third form girls with the sentiment "Best Wishes From" on the inside. Included in this card are three small, square pictures of Patricia Ann Hale in card. A torn valentine's day card Queen of Hearts valentine's day card "Happy Christmas" Card, foiled greeting card from the third form ladies A Newspaper clipping of a woman in a kimono. Envelope, Front reads "To Dear Pat with Love & Best Wishes from now onwards." A note on the envelope says that it was opened in Tulsa on 5 May 1998 & at the bottom Peter Petch Lisa" inside envelope was a small green patterned textile The Bank of England printed cards for Christmas. Interior handwritting says "From your loving wife. XXX" Postcard: "The Little Gloucester Cathedral" Postcard: "Coventry Cathedral. Interior, 1935, Before the Destruction." Handwritten Patricia Ann (Hale) Naipaul chore list Handwritten Patricia Ann (Hale) Naipauls' History note Bodle in Library, Oxford, Postcard "Sohini swimming to her lover, Raj Put, Painting of about 1700" Oxford Latin Invention to Patricia Ann Naipaul, dated 23 October 1951. Postcard: From Patricia Ann Naipaul about her schooling, dated 1952 from Oxford A college friend & tutor congratulates Patricia Ann Naipaul, July 1957, for her grades with a hand drawn camel Le Moulin De La Galette By: August Renoir in Booklet form but the painting is the only thing on card Patricia Ann Naipaul's 1951, Oxford reading List, 2p. WIlmot struggle for Europe notes, 1p. Souvenir De Paris, 6 LALO paper stationary with paris local tourist location photos on the papers. 10 picture papers

 File — box-folder: 1993.001.1.B.44.6
Identifier: 1993.001.1.B.44.6
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection is the life archive of Nobel prize winning author V. S. Naipaul. Sir Vidia was born in Trinidad, educated at Oxford, and author of A House for Mr. Biswas and 20 other volumes of fiction and non-fiction reporting. The collection also includes manuscripts, correspondence files and personal and family memorabilia.
Dates: 1935 - 2000

5 pocket Agendas "Diaries": 1 dark blue with "Letts 1986" imprinted an cover a small pencil is included with this Agenda, 1 Blue Collins "1974" 1 Black Faux Leather with the date 1987 on cover 1 Brown Faux letter bound with the words "Pepy's Diary" in Gold on front cover from 1973 1 Black faux leather W.H. Smith & Son 1987

 File — box-folder: 1993.001.1.B.43.5
Identifier: 1993.001.1.B.43.5
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection is the life archive of Nobel prize winning author V. S. Naipaul. Sir Vidia was born in Trinidad, educated at Oxford, and author of A House for Mr. Biswas and 20 other volumes of fiction and non-fiction reporting. The collection also includes manuscripts, correspondence files and personal and family memorabilia.
Dates: 1935 - 2000

8 Typed Manuscript pages, corrected Introduction A-E on being English or British 6p. Prelims 27p. including conclusion from 1979 37p. Conclusion for written work "Bye-Election" Carshalton, 24p. typed and corrected, 3 handwritten pages. Draft, 23p. typed written pages, 3 Handwritten pages 2 small notes about corrections for article.

 File — box-folder: 1993.001.1.B.34.8
Identifier: 1993.001.1.B.34.8
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection is the life archive of Nobel prize winning author V. S. Naipaul. Sir Vidia was born in Trinidad, educated at Oxford, and author of A House for Mr. Biswas and 20 other volumes of fiction and non-fiction reporting. The collection also includes manuscripts, correspondence files and personal and family memorabilia.
Dates: 1935 - 2000

"A Bend in the River" handwritten and typed manuscript fragments, Undated

 Item — Box: 1.B.10, Folder: 4, item: 1
Identifier: 1993.001.1.B.10.4.1
Scope and Contents Handwritten and typed manuscript fragments of V. S. Naipaul novel "A Bend in the River" with notes and revisions throughout. Handwritting in both V. S. Naipaul and Patricia Naipaul.
Dates: Undated