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Papers on Professor Courtney Stanhope Kenny, Downing Professor of the Laws of England, 1930-01-15 - 1963-08-06

 Series — Container: DCPP/STE/5
Reference Code: GBR/0269/DCPP/STE/5

Scope and Contents

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;
Funeral notice;
obituary which appeared in Cambridge Daily March 18 1930.



Dates

  • 1930-01-15 - 1963-08-06

Conditions Governing Access

Some records series are subject to confidentiality restrictions with the following closure periods: 30 years from date of creation for general administration files, legal records and financial files; 50 years from date of creation for governmental records, including papers of the College Governing Body and College Council, and constituent committees; 100 years from date of creation for personal and personnel records, including tutorial files, staff and fellows files and appointment records, personal finance and pension records. In addition sensitive correspondence and papers concerning College affairs such as disputes and disciplinary matters are closed for 100 years. Restrictions apply on some personal and private papers.

Extent

1 file(s) : Paper

Language of Materials

English

Former / Other Reference

L/M/3/51

Related Materials

Note that other information on Kenny appears in Steven's scrapbook of Downing history.

Originator(s)

Stevens, Horace William Pettit (1851-1940) cleric

Finding aid date

2001-05-31 14:14:12+00:00

Repository Details

Part of the Downing College Repository

Contact:
Downing College Archive
Downing College
Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB2 1DQ United Kingdom
+44 (0)1223 762905

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