King: the papers of Bryan Earle King
- 1927 - 2002
Biographical / Historical
Bryan Earle King, Fellow of Pembroke College from 1928 to 1974, was born at Basseterre on St Kitts in the West Indies on 22 November 1906, and he died there on 12 June 1987. King went to the grammar school on Antigua, and in 1924 he came up to Pembroke on an Islands Scholarship to read Law. King became a University Lecturer at Cambridge in Jurisprudence in 1934. He helped to form the West Indian Students' Centre, of whose board he was chairman from 1963 to 1969.
0.01 cubic metre(s) (1 small archive box)
Language of Materials
These papers were formerly part of the Pembrochiana series of the College Archives. In November 2020 they were moved to form their own standalone collection.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Some papers given by B. E. King.
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