|Description||Karl Pearson's lecture notes and lecture texts, consisting of:|
Lecture notes taken when a student, on mathematics, statistics, sound and German history; some were later used by Pearson as the basis for his own lectures.
Lecture drafts, preparatory notes and data for mathematics lectures given by Pearson at University College and Kings College during the academic sessions 1921-1933
Lecture notes and course syllabuses for public lectures in mathematics, statistics, probability, German history, eugenics, heredity, public health, and Francis Galton's work in the field of eugenics.
Pearson's lecture notes on the History of Statistics in the 17th and 18th Centuries, later edited by Egon Sharpe Pearson and published.
Bound volumes of lecture notes taken by Pearson's students, on the theory of statistics and applied statistics.