Records of the Friday Club, 1868 - 1869
Scope and Contents
Items 1-5 are a manuscript set of club rules; 6 and 7 are concerned with the hire and payment for the club room at the Albert Institute; 8 and 9 are lists of members standing for election to the committee; and 10 and 11 are two letters concerning membership of the club with smoking stated as the reason for declining to join.
- 1868 - 1869
- University of Cambridge. Friday Club (Organization)
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Biographical / Historical
The club was founded in the Easter Term of 1868 and appears to have been a dining club for senior members.
1 collection (1 bundle of loose sheets now guarded and filed in a volume) : paper
Language of Materials
Former / Other Reference
Immediate Source of Acquisition
This item was transferred to the University Archives from the Manuscripts Department on 3 October 2007. It may initially have been presented by Henry Jackson. It was found in the University Library stock in June 1950 and was then deposited with the Manuscripts Department who gave it the classmark Ms.Add.7219.
The online catalogue entry was completed in October 2007.
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