MC:P2/16 Papers on Dodds-Parker’s Father, A.P. Dodds-Parker, and his Family
Arthur Percy Dodds-Parker, Dodds-Parker’s father, was at Magdalen in 1886–1889, and qualified as a doctor. He practised in Oxford all his life, being a Lecturer in Applied Anatomy to the University. A few papers relating to him were found in these papers, including some drawings attributed to him. There are also some papers, in particular some photographs, relating to his ancestors.
As explained in Political Eunuch, p. xiii, the surname of this branch of the family was originally Parker, but, after a legacy from his godfather, Dodds-Parker’s father changed his name to Dodds-Parker.
The papers in this section are divided into the following series:
MC:P2/16/1AR Rowing Medals
MC:P2/16/1N Newspaper cutting
MC:P2/16/1P Sketches, probably by Dodds-Parker’s father
MC:P2/16/2P Photographs of Dodds-Parker’s father and family
MC:P2/16/2MS Pedigrees of the Parker and Dodds-Parker families
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