The opening ceremony of the Institute at St John’s Lodge on 29 April 1937, by the Earl of Athlone, Chancellor of the University of London. R.E.M. Wheeler is second from left, and Kathleen Kenyon is at the front in the foreground.
Staff and students at St John’s Lodge, Regent’s Park, in the 1950s.
The Human Environment Department in the 1970s.
Margaret Murray (Assistant Professor of Egyptology) being interviewed by the BBC in c.1960.
Joan du Plat Taylor working on the first underwater excavation of a shipwreck at Cape
Gelidonya in 1959.
Marjorie Maitland Howard working on models used in lectures by Frederick Zeuner, as well as busts of both Childe and Wheeler, in c.1958.
Clive Orton in the late 1980s.
Stuart Laidlaw with Isobel Dumet and Jane Foster in the photography lab, c.1981.
Delia Parker and Ione Gedye at work in the Technical Department at St John’s Lodge.