Henry Jackson (1839-1921): papers and letters dealing with the 'Greek Question'
Scope and Contents
Correspondence and papers of Henry Jackson concerning the place of Greek in the University of Cambridge's curriculum and examinations at the University 1878-80 and 1904-06  An account of the movement for examination reform in the 1870s and of the work of the Greek Syndicate is given in D.A. Winstanley, 'Later Victorian Cambridge' (1947), chapter V. Further papers of Jackson concerning the Syndicate are at MS Add.5944/25 and /39.  A scrapbook made by A.C. Seward dealing with the 'Greek Question' in 1904-05 will be found at Cam.b.905.20.
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
The materials now assembled as MSS Add.7319 and Add.7320 were found in Cambridge University Library in 1951.
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