Girl Guiding in Malaya [i.e. Malay Peninsula]
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Alexander Cavendish served in Malaya from 1901 to 1933 and became Director of Co-operatives. His wife, Mrs Jean Cavendish, had been appointed Organising Commissioner for Malaya by Lady Baden-Powell in 1920 and became Chief Commissioner in 1921, a post she held until retiring to England in 1933.
- 1922 - 1933
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Given by Mrs Jean Cavendish in 1961.
This collection level description was entered by SG using information from the original typescript catalogue.
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