Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey July 2002
 
Number 74 Christopher Charles FAGG   F.G.S.
[1883 - 1965]
Published and unpublished work
ISSN 0309 - 8591
 
Published irregularly at Croydon by the Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society Limited, registered office : 96a Brighton Road, SOUTH CROYDON, Surrey CR2 6AD

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Christopher Charles FAGG, F.G.S.
Published and unpublished work of and relating to C.C. Fagg held in the Society's Library

Born 10 March 1883

Joined Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society 1906

Died 7 May 1965

[Undated items, nd]

The age of reptiles. 11 leaves ms.

Chris or Christ, which amounts to the same thing. 5 leaves ms.

The common sense of human economy. 9 leaves ms.

The Croydon survey. 28 leaves ms. talk delivered in Edinburgh

Croydon Teachers' Association. Local geography: a selected list of books and paper for students … at the Croydon Public Library, 4pp. Typescript.

The English Chalk. 55 leaves ms.[incomplete]

[With G.E. Hutchings] An introduction to Regional Surveying, [Prospectus for book] Cambridge University Press: 4pp

The origin of Riddlesdown, Croham Hurst & Grange Park. ii + 12 leaves ms.

The philosophy of G.B.S. [George Bernard Shaw] ii + iii + 17 leaves ms.

References in the [Croydon Natural History and Scientific] Society's Proceedings & Transactions to the material of Regional Survey in the Society's district. Six parts, typescript.

Regional Survey conspectus: S.E. England. [Duplicated booklet (n.d.) showing detailed breakdown of classification system]

Some suggestions towards a Croydon Natural History Survey. 24 leaves ms.

On taking a wife. 3 leaves ms.

A taxonomic and phylogenetic atlas of the animal and vegetable kingdoms. Being a compilation of modern and historic systems of classification and phylogenetic charts and diagrams, with some original charts. Typescript.

The vegetation of the chalk, School Nature Study Union Publication, 51: 4pp, nd

What is socialism? 31 leaves ms.

What's wrong with the C.P. [Crystal Palace] District. 7 leaves ms.

[1903 - 1907]

Diaries, 1903 - 1907 5 volumes [1903, 1904, Knowledge Diary and Scientific Handbook]; [1905 - 1907, The Science Yearbook, Diary, Directory, and Scientific Summary][With tipped-in letters etc]

[1906]

An education policy for members of the Fabian nursery. 13 leaves ms.

The London Clay. 16 leaves ms.

Moral aspects of the competitive system. 22 leaves ms.

Socialism and competition. 31 leaves ms.

[1907]

The origin of Sydenham Hill, Crohamhurst and Riddlesdown [Commenced 16.10.07] 21 leaves ms.

Progress towards and from socialism. 41 leaves ms [incl. 2 leaves pasted-in newscuttings]

Trade unionism, in all its activities is beneficial to the community generally. Commenced 6.11.07. Delivered 11.11.07 to the Customs Debating Society. 8 leaves ms.

[1908]

Foraminifera. Written Feby 21st and 22nd 1908, to be modified according to the specimens at my disposal on the evening. 8 leaves ms.

[1909]

Life on the river. 8 leaves ms [On his work with Customs & Excise on the Thames]

Mendelism. 13 leaves ms.

Supplement to Jany 18th 1908. Criticisms & suggestions to the Shaw Circle [Dated 24 Decr 1909]

[1910 … ]

[1912]

The geology and wild flowers of the district. A lecture delivered at Wallington, 5.XII.1912. 6 leaves ms.

The life of Croydon and its neighbourhood. A proposed Regional Survey. Library Talk, Croydon Public Library, 22nd October 1912. 23pp ms.

[1913]

A.M. Swain - letter to C.C. Fagg

[1914]

The mineral and agricultural industries of the Regional Survey area considered geographically, Proc Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 7(5), 161-174 + plates iii-v.

[1915]

Botanical evening ramble to Mitcham gravel pits, Proc Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 8(1), xxiii-xxv.

Excursion to Beddington [with D.J. Clack], Proc Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 8(1), x-xi.

The Regional Survey and local natural history societies, South Eastern Naturalist, for 1915, 21, 31, 1915

[1915 - 1923]

The South Eastern Union of Scientific Societies Regional Survey Committee Minute Book No. 1 [18 November 1915 to 16 May 1923]

[1916]

ALS from Hugh Robert Mill to H.J. Fleure commenting on C.C. Fagg's proposed Regional Survey for Croydon

Botanical evening ramble to Ballards and Addington Hills, Proc Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 8(2), lxxii, 1916

Fossils and the stories they tell of the past. Library talk, Croydon, 7 March 1916. 13 leaves ms.

Regional Surveys and public libraries, The Library Assistant, 13(220), 64-71, 1916

[1917]

Hints to observers: a general survey of a rural area, Regional Survey Papers no.5, 4pp [Reprinted from South Eastern Naturalist 1917 – Downe parish taken as an example]

[1918]

Excursion to Oxted, Titsey, Limpsfield and Westerham. May 26th, 1917. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 29(1), 31-35.

Excursion to Ravensbury Manor, Mitcham, Proc Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 8(4), cxxvii-cxxix + 2 pl. [Saxon remains]

Regional surveys, Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, 1917, 221-227, 1918 [incl. discussion]

[1919]

Excursion to Caterham and the North Downs, Saturday, May 31st. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 30(4), 183-186.

Suggestions towards a conspectus of Regional Survey + Provisional draft of Regional Survey conspectus and indexing notation.

[1920]

First steps in a local survey – an account of the aims and methods of surface utilization surveys, South Eastern Naturalist, 25, 31-40.

An outline scheme for local surveys, South Eastern Naturalist for 1920 …

[1921]

Croydon Natural History & Scientific Society, [Entry in …] 3rd Report Regional Association, … 1921

[With George Edward Dibley] Excursion to the new road cutting at Purley. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 32(1), 33-36.

Regional survey, Trans & J Eastbourne Nat Hist Photographic Literary Soc, 8(29), 156-158. [Brief report of lecture + appended notes]

[1922]

The Regional Survey of the Croydon district [? Typescript of lecture to Royal Geographical Society] c. 1922?

The Regional Survey of the Croydon district, Geographical J, 60(5), 336-346.

Regional Surveys, The Times, 21 November 1922, page 13 [Second leader, commenting on CCF's paper read to the RGS]

[1923]

The recession of the Chalk escarpment and the development of chalk valleys in the Regional Survey area, Proc Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 9(3), 93-112. [Reprinted by CNHSS 1972 and 1975; reprints are available in our Publications lists]

The significance of the Freudian psychology for the evolution theory, Proc Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 9(3), 137-164.

The spirit of Regional Survey + The material of Regional Survey, Proc Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 9(3), frontispiece + xxviii-xxix.

[1924]

An observer on the Downs, Observation, 1(1), 25-30.

The Regional Survey of the Croydon Natural History Society, Croydon Social Service Quarterly, 1(4), 57-59 [incl. 'General transect of the Croydon area to east and west']

[1925]

[1926]

Hints to observers: a general survey of a rural area, Observation, 2(2), 113-116. [Reprinted from South Eastern Naturalist]

Psycho-analysis, a select reading list, Croydon Public Libraries: 11pp.

[1927]

[1928]

The history of the Regional Survey movement, South Eastern Naturalist, 33, 71-94.

[With G.E. Hutchings] The south-east, IN: Great Britain – essays in regional geography [ed. AG Ogilvie, CUP], 12th International Geographical Congress (Cambridge), 19-41.

[1929]

CNHSS Regional Survey Committee Botanical Section Minutes of Meetings [21 October 1929 – 11 January 1938]

[1930]

[With G.E. Hutchings and Hilda Ormsby] The south-east of England. Being two chapters from Great Britain: essays in regional geography, edr. A.G. Ogilvie. The South-East (by C.C. Fagg and G.E. Hutchings) + The London Basin (by Hilda Ormsby), pp. 19-68. Cambridge University Press, reprint in titled linen covers but with original pagination, 19-41 and 42-68, published 1930.

[With G.E. Hutchings] An introduction to Regional Surveying. Cambridge University Press. xi + 150pp.

[1931]

[1932]

[With L.B. Escritt] Notes on some recently excavated skeletons from Riddlesdown. With reports by Sir Arthur Keith. Proc Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 10(3), 142-144.

[1933]

Psychosynthesis: or, evolution in the light of Freudian psychology. 28pp reprint from Br J Med Psychol, 13, ??-??

[1934 … ]

[1936]

Introduction to the First Issue of Maps. Regional Survey Atlas of Croydon and District. Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society.

Rainfall map [descriptive text], Regional Survey Atlas of Croydon and District.

Regional Survey Atlas of Croydon and District. Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society [1st issue of sheets][Masterminded by C.C. Fagg]

Relief [Map], Regional Survey Atlas of Croydon and District.

Rivers and river basins [map and descriptive text], Regional Survey Atlas of Croydon and District, 1936

[With A.W.G. Lowther and J. Graham] Roman remains map [Text] Regional Survey Atlas of Croydon and District.

[1937]

[1938]

Introduction to the Second Issue of Maps. Regional Survey Atlas of Croydon and District. Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society.

Regional Survey Atlas of Croydon and District. Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society [2nd issue of sheets][Masterminded by C.C. Fagg]

[1939]

Review of G.M. Davies 'Geology of London and south east England' Geographical J, 94(2), 167-168.

[1940]

[1941]

Physiographical evolution in the Croydon Survey Area and its effect upon vegetation. Proc Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 11(1), 29-60.

[1942]

Geological structure and history [Descriptive text], Regional Survey Atlas of Croydon and District.

Geological structure and history [Sections], Regional Survey Atlas of Croydon and District.

Geology. A tabular scheme of the strata and geological history of the region. Regional Survey Atlas of Croydon and District.

Regional Survey Atlas of Croydon and District. Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society [3rd issue of sheets][Masterminded by C.C. Fagg]

[1943]

[1944]

Signed autograph letter from L. Stanley Jast to C.C.F. re C.P.F.S. [Louis Stanley Jast was Chief Librarian, Croydon Public Libraries, ????-????, and subsequently at Manchester]

[1945]

[1946]

ALS letter from Marie S. Stopes re. C.P.F.S. / Juniper Hall [Marie Stopes was a palaeobotanist, and a leading advocate of contraception]

[1947]

[1948]

[1948 – 1950]

Observations in the Mole gap, July 1948 onwards [66 pages of ms. notes dated 11 July 1948 to 26 November 1950 and sketch maps relating to weather, water levels, rates of flow of the river Mole, and swallow holes - the sketch map relate to the rive from Cowslip Bridge to Swanworth Bridge, and several sketches to swallow holes][The other end of this book has been used (? earlier) by a C.G. Fagg for notes and anatomical drawings of the human brain occupying 47 pages]

[1949]

[Contribution to discussion] B.W. Sparks, The denudation chronology of the dip-slope of the South Downs …???? … 1949

River Mole / swallow holes papers 1949 - 1966

  1. The Mole gap - printed map scale 6 ins to 1 mile with ms. annotations locating Old Swallows (Brayley), Ancient Swallows below gravel (Edmunds), Old Swallow (Brayley), Swallows 1 and 2, Swallows 3 - 8 [ - 12], Swallows 13 - 17, Old depression and pit 1941, Permanent water, Sp[rings?] (2), Thorncroft Springs, and Fetcham Springs along the river northwards from Dorking to Leatherhead and Fetcham [ND]

  2. The Mole gap - printed map as above - annotated Advance of river from Oct. 16 - 20 1949. Some of the areas flooded during the night of Oct. 26 - 27 (See graphs.) Flooded areas coloured in blue with dates of observations in red ink [1949]

  3. The Mole gap - ms. map with pencilled annotation Figure 2 / Fig. 3 Plan of the Mole valley from Ham Bank to Thorncroft Island [evidently prepared for publication] The map locates swallow-holes 1 - 25 (south to north), Ham Bank, Cowslip Bank, Mickleham Flat, Tunnel Bridge, Priory, a weir, permanent water, several springs, Thorncroft Island, and Fetcham Pond.

  4. Handwritten sheet labelled in red MET file, with figures for rainfall at Horley and Juniper Hall (24 hours to 9.00 9/7/56), and calculations of the area of Weald Clay in the upper Mole catchment, volume of runoff, etc, concluding that the volume of runoff for the day cited was 250 x 106 cu. ft. Note appended states rainfall at Kew 'the highest since records began 100 years ago' [1956]

  5. Typewritten / ms. tabulated data for 20/5/1966 to 13/8/1966 including figures for water levels, sample volumes, sediment weights, and rainfall [1966]

  6. Ms. notes + diagram giving details of sampling point / method at Swanworth Farm Bridge [ND]

  7. Ms. section of Mole gap from Mickleham Downs to Norbury Park shewing topography / river terraces [ND]

  8. Ms. plan Reach No. 1 (See notes for Sept. 13 1949) [From Pipp Brook to Swallows 1 and 2] [1949]

  9. Ms. plan with notes [Swallows 1 - 11] [ND]

  10. Ms. plan with notes [Swallows 13 - 17 near Cowslip Lane / railway embankment][ND]

  11. Ms. contour map of land to west of river [Cowslip Lane to Swanworth Farm][ND]

  12. Ms. plan of part of Cowslip Reach with survey data and attached slip dated 11 Jan. 1950 relating to Cowslip Pit [1950]

  13. Ms. plan with depth contours of stretch of river [ND]

  14. Ms. plan with depths of stretch of river [ND]

  15. Ms. plan of part of river and bank [ND]

  16. Ms. plan and section of Ham Bend Swallow Area / Reach No. 4 with ms. notes [1949]

  17. Ms. measured section of ancient swallow hole on Cowslip Reach reopened by subsidence during the flood of Oct. 27th 1949 with geological / soil details [1949]

  18. As 17

  19. Cyclostyled sectional diagram and notes showing Spring Pits at Mill Pond, Fetcham, for Dorking District Naturalists' Society, July 9th 1949 [1949]

  20. Three copies of printed plans and sections for Swallow No. 9, the Tunnel Bridge reach, and Ham Bank [from printed report][1949]

  21. Two copies of printed plan and sections for Cowslip Reach [from printed report]

[1949 … ]

[1952]

Regional Survey Atlas of Croydon and District. Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society [4th issue of sheets][Masterminded by C.C. Fagg]

[1953]

The mind of man and animals. CNHSS Psychology Section Minutes, 2/2/1953

Swallow-holes of the river Mole. Surrey County J, 3(4), page 88.

[1954]

Charles Darwin's psychoneurosis. CNHSS Psychology Section Minutes, 4/10/1954

The coombes and embayments of the Chalk escarpment. Proc Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 12(2), 117-131.

The death wish and dreams. CNHSS Psychology Section Minutes, 1/2/1954

[1955]

The choice of a mate. CNHSS Psychology Section Minutes, 17/10/1955

[1956]

The cultural synthesis. CNHSS Psychology Section Minutes, 15/10/1956

The eternal triangle. CNHSS Psychology Section Minutes, 16/1/1956

Telepathy. CNHSS Psychology Section Minutes, 19/3/1956

[1957]

Frederic Le Play, and La Science Sociale. CNHSS Psychology Section Minutes, 16/12/1957

[1958]

Dreams and the occult. CNHSS Psychology Section Minutes, 16/2/1958.

Swallow holes in the Mole gap. South Eastern Naturalist, 62, 1-13 + xxii + 2 pls.

Report of a talk on his visit to the Psychological Research Laboratories at Oxford. CNHSS Psychology Section Minutes, 21/4/1958

[1959]

Herb growing at Mitcham. Proc Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 12(4), 263-266.

My formative years and after. CNHSS Psychology Section Minutes, 23/3/1959

[1960]

A case of hysterical blindness. CNHSS Psychology Section Minutes, 17/10/1960

[1961]

A case of childlessness. CNHSS Psychology Section Minutes, 20/2/1961

Golden wedding of 'Busier than ever' couple [Christopher and Iris Fagg], Croydon Advertiser, 1 September 1961, page 7.

[1962]

The circle and the cross. CNHSS Psychology Section Minutes, 20/3/1962

Regional Survey Atlas of Croydon and District. Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society [5th issue of sheets][Masterminded by C.C. Fagg]

Two wandering scholars. CNHSS Psychology Section Minutes, 19/11/1962 [Thomas Davidson and Patrick Geddes]

[1963]

[1964]

The concept of superman. CNHSS Psychology Section Minutes, 27/1/1964

Memories of an octogenarian. CNHSS Psychology Section Minutes, 28/9/1964

[1965]

Notice of his death / establishment of Fagg Memorial Fund and Fagg Memorial Lectures. CNHSS Circular 330, page 4.

Obituary [by S.B. Hamilton], Proc Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 13(4), 193-194.

[1966]

Obituary [by F.H.C. Butler] Annual Report Field Studies Council for 1964-65, 3-4 + pl.

Obituary [by G.M. Davies] Proc Geologists' Assoc, 77(1), 164-165.

Notice of First C.C. Fagg Memorial Lecture. CNHSS Circular, 331, page 3.

[1967 … ]

[1972]

The recession of the Chalk escarpment and the development of chalk valleys in the Regional Survey area. Proc Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 15(1), 1-20 [Reprint of Proc. 9(3), 93-112, 1923]

[1973 … ]

[2000]

[Laura Cameron and John Forrester] Tansley's psychoanalytic network: an episode out of the early history of psychoanalysis in England. Psychoanalysis and History, 2(2), 189-256 [The work of C.C. Fagg is described especially in pages 235-243]

[2001]

[Paul W Sowan] The Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society's Regional Survey Atlas of Croydon and District [1936 - 1962] - authorship and publication dates, Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey, Issue 52.

Paul W. Sowan

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