Cory: Papers Relating to William Johnson Cory
Scope and Contents
Fair copies and photocopies of poems by Cory, and letters from him.
- 1840 - 1990
Biographical / Historical
William Johnson (1823-1892) came up to King’s from Eton in 1842. He was made a Fellow in 1845 and later that year became an Assistant Master at Eton. He was instrumental in designing the competitive Scholarships and Fellowships at King’s during the Victorian reforms. In 1872 he assumed the family name Cory and resigned his Assistant Mastership and his Fellowship.
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3 file(s) : paper
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Former / Other Reference
Misc. 9, Misc. 9A
DateText: Dates have been estimated.
Cory, William Johnson (c. 1823-1892)
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