Fowlds, Hilda, 1891-1932 (teacher)
- Existence: 1891 - 1932
Hilda Fowlds became a teacher after graduating from London University. She was appointed headmistress of William Gibbs' School Faversham, Kent in 1921. She made several visits to Eastern Europe particularly Hungary where she made a number of friends. It was while visiting Hungary in September 1931 that she became one of some thirty people killed in the Biastorbagy railway disaster when the Budapest-Paris Express was derailed by a bomb.
Found in 1 Collection or Record:
Letter of Helen Lamb to H. Maw, sending edition of Hilda Fowld's poems, 1933
Comprises single items or small collections, chiefly correspondence, donated to or purchased by Cambridge University Library. Together with a number of items and fragments found in Cambridge University Library books and bindings.