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Personal Papers of Anne Wilson, 1948 - 1949

 Fonds
Reference Code: GBR/0271/GCPP Wilson, A

Scope and Contents

In 1948 Anne Wilson travelled to Greece with three other Girton Classics students, Margaret Bowen (Girton 1944-1948), Sheila Spire (Girton 1945-1949) and Rosalind Day (Girton 1942-1944 and 1947-1948. When they visited the Acropolis they were joined by Zita, a friend of another Girtonian who was not on the trip.
In 1949 Anne visited Italy and Sicily, again with fellow Girton classicists. On this occasion she travelled with Alison Evans [Girton 1946] and they met up in Rome with Veronica Tillyard [Girton 1941] and Sheila Spire [Girton 1945].
The items listed here, a photograph album and a diary, comprise a record of those trips (the diary covers only Italy and Sicily).

Dates

  • 1948 - 1949

Creator

Biographical / Historical

Constance Anne Wilson (known as Anne), was born at East Gower, Wales, the daughter of Rowland Wilson and Muriel Constance Laycock. Educated at the High School for Girls, Swansea, she came to Girton in 1945 to study Classics. She has published a number of books, articles and papers on food history.

Extent

2 item(s) : Paper

Language

English

Originator(s)

Wilson, Constance Anne, 1927-, food historian

Finding aid date

2014-09-09 15:03:02+00:00

Repository Details

Part of the Girton College Archive Repository

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