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Minutes and papers of the Bursars' Committee; and of its Fees Sub-Committee, 1928 - 2001

 Fonds
Reference Code: GBR/0265/UA/Min.VII.155-60

Scope and Contents

From the Management Group:

The category - Corporate management records - embraces records of the central decision-making bodies, University officers such as the Vice-Chancellor and the Registrary, and their administrative support. It includes constitutional records.

Dates

  • 1928 - 2001

Conditions Governing Access

The minutes of some Committees are closed to scholars for periods of years either under data protection legislation or as a condition of transfer; see each catalogue entry for further detail.

Biographical / Historical

This inter-collegiate body is not a formal University committee. It was established in about 1928 to provide a forum for the discussion of such College-related financial issues as student fees, student housing, investments, property rating, staff employment and pensions. It acquired the catering responsibilities of the University's Stewards' Committee when it was wound up in 2004.

Extent

4.5 linear metre(s) : paper

Language of Materials

English

Immediate Source of Acquisition

This material was transferred to the University Archives by Stephen Barton, Bursar of Jesus College and current Secretary of the Bursars' Committee, on 21 December 2005.

Related Materials

Further unofficial copies of papers of this Committee, obtained from College sources and supplying gaps in the official record, are catalogued as UA Min.VII.73/E, 161-2.

Originator(s)

Bursars' Committee

Finding aid date

2006-01-12 13:51:32+00:00

Creator

Repository Details

Part of the Cambridge University Library Repository

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