Kenny, Courtney Stanhope, 1847 - 1930 (jurist and politician)
- Existence: 1847 - 1930
Dates and places
Born March 18 1847. Died March 18 1930.
Sphere of activity
Downing Professor of the Laws of England; Emeritus Professor of Law.
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Clement Davies' speech at first lecture of C.S. Kenny after his election to the Downing Professorship, 1907
Manuscripts, published articles and lectures, correspondence, collected newspapers cuttings, publications and notes, tutorial papers and papers concerning College and University business and academic activity.
Includes material on Kenny which appears to have been collected by Professor Hazeltine in the early 1930s, subsequently filed by French, such as newspaper obituaries and correspondence; copies of Kenny articles; correspondence from 1935 with Miss Pate, and later with Mr Pate (College Secretary) re Kenny typewriter; correspondence with Kenny daughters.
Including papers of Masters, Professors and Fellows of Downing College, and gifts from past members. Includes academic administrative records but not estates correspondence.
Papers on Professor Courtney Stanhope Kenny, Downing Professor of the Laws of England, 1930-01-15 - 1963-08-06
Some of these papers may have been collected in order to write Kenny's obituary:
transcript of diary notes and biographical details entitled: The late Dr Kenny;
letters from Muriel and Agnes Kenny; letters from J.W. Houseman, the headmaster of Kenny's old school, Hipperholme Grammar School;
obituary which appeared in Cambridge Daily March 18 1930.
Unpublished manuscripts on Blockade and Leading Cases on International Law. These appear to have been placed with C. S. Kenny after his death in order to seek a publisher, although these efforts were unsuccessful.
Province of the Intellect in Religion and Order and Method of the Bible
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