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Clark, John Willis, 1833 - 1910 (Cambridge University Registrary)

 Person

Dates and places

1833-1910

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

 File

41 letters from John Willis Clark to Oscar Browning, 1879 - 1909

Reference Code: GBR/0272/OB/1/348/A
Scope and Contents From the Series:

Most of the files contain five or more letters. Some files include letters from more than one member of a family, and the larger correspondences occupy two or more files.

Dates: 1879 - 1909
 Item

Letter from John Willis Clark to HB, 1876-08-20

Reference Code: GBR/0272/BRA/2/25
Scope and Contents

1 autograph letter signed.

Dates: 1876-08-20
 Item

Letter from John Willis Clark to JTS, 1906-01-14

Reference Code: GBR/0272/JTS/2/40
Scope and Contents

1 autograph letter signed.

Dates: 1906-01-14
 File

Papers relating to women students' degrees, 1897

Reference Code: GBR/0272/JEN/7
Scope and Contents The file contains papers relating to the University vote on whether or not to award degrees to women students, comprising:-- 1 autograph letter signed from J. T. Abdy [?] to JEN, 13 May 1897;- 1 autograph letter signed from W. Bateson to JEN, 8 May 1897;- 1 autograph letter signed from George Blakesley to JEN, 13 May 1897;- 1 autograph letter signed from Neville Borton to JEN, 12 May 1897;- 1 autograph letter signed from S. K. Borton to JEN, 15 May 1897;- 1 autograph...
Dates: 1897
 Item — Container: KCC/373

Position of the altar in Salisbury Cathedral, 1881-02-26 - 1881-04-01

Reference Code: GBR/0272/KCC/373
Scope and Contents

The volume is a copy of 'The Sacristy, A Quarterly Review of Sacred Archaeology, Ecclesiastical Art, Literature, and Antiquities' (new series, number 1) which includes an article by G Gilbert Scott and his son, about the position of the altar in Salisbury Cathedral and Medieval altar positions in general. Tipped-in is a covering letter from G. Gilbert Scott to J. Willis Clark referring to a book containing his research on King's College Chapel.

Dates: 1881-02-26 - 1881-04-01
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