Subseries 2 - Grahame Reid, Secretary and Treasurer, correspondence with Dorothy Melvin

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GB 1847 QC/2/1/2

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Grahame Reid, Secretary and Treasurer, correspondence with Dorothy Melvin

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  • 1933-1947 (Creation)

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9.5 boxes

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This sub-series consists of 14 files:


  • Correspondence between Dorothy Melvin and Grahame Reid, 28 March 1933 - 30 December 1933
  • Correspondence between Dorothy Melvin and Grahame Reid, 3 January 1934 - 26 December 1934

and for each successive year until:

  • Correspondence between Dorothy Melvin and Grahame Reid, 3 January 1946 - 3 January 1947

The correspondence includes regular letters regarding servants and cleaners wages; staff salaries and expenses; student fees; petty cash; payment of invoices, coal supply; insurance; use of playing fields; amendments to teaching schemes; external examiners; college prospectus, minutes of meetings, grants and prize money.
Other specific topics of correspondence are described at file level.

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The content of the folders has been ordered chronologically in descending order.

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