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The archive is divided into six sections, prefixed by Turing's initials (AMT): A, B, C, D, E, K.
- AMT/A. Biographical and personal documents
Includes obituaries, tributes, recollections by teachers and colleagues, documents about a biography of Turing, about the AM Turing Award and about a commemorative plaque.
- AMT/B. Publications, lectures and talks
Includes notes for lectures and talks, typescripts of talks, and off-prints of articles and papers.
- AMT/C. Unpublished manuscripts and drafts
Includes 'Treatise on the Enigma', 'Proposed electronic calculator', 'Intelligent machinery' as well as illustrated typescripts about morphogenesis.
- AMT/D. Correspondence
Includes letters from Turing to his mother, letters to and from colleagues about mathematical problems, machine intelligence and personal matters.
- AMT/E. Turing Celebration Day, Cambridge, 1 Oct. 1997
Videos of lectures and talks given on this day, and a copy of a lecture given by Professor Robin Milner. These items are held in the King's College Archive Centre and are not available online.
- AMT/K. Material given to Kings College, Cambridge, in 1960
Includes more of Turing's letters to his mother, diagrams relating to morphogenesis, press articles and obituaries, a précis of Einstein's Theory of Relativity, and photographs of Turing.
See the list of abbreviations for understanding the item descriptions.