Clement Davies' speech at first lecture of C.S. Kenny after his election to the Downing Professorship, 1907
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Biographical / Historical
Clement Davies studied Law at Trinity Hall, obtaining a first in both parts of the Tripos, 1906-1907. He was elected a Liberal MP in 1929 and was Leader of the Liberal Party from 1945-56.
1 item(s) (Piece) : Paper
Language of Materials
Davies, Clement Edward (1884-1962) politician
Finding aid date
- From the Fonds: Kenny, Courtney Stanhope, 1847 - 1930 (jurist and politician) (Person)