Addresses, given and received by the University; with patents of certain Chancellors and High Stewards, 1910 - 1995
Scope and Contents
'Addresses' presented by the University of Cambridge, typically to other Universities at their centennial or similar celebrations, are composed, normally in Latin, by the Orator, and presented by an appointed delegate. Loyal addresses (i.e. those to the Crown), and some others, are, in modern times, normally in English.
- 1910 - 1995
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3 envelope(s) (3 envelopes of loose sheets) : paper and vellum
7 rolled item(s)
Language of Materials
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Address 1-83 was transferred to the University Archives from the University Registry.
Existence and Location of Copies
Many addresses are duplicated in UA CUR 24.2.
The online catalogue completed in August 2004 and emended in November 2004, January 2005 and January 2006.