Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Includes minutes, agendas and papers of committee and working party on co-residence and admission of women that reported to the Governing Body. Donald Welbourn was the Chair. The files contains reports, official and unofficial from other Colleges and institutions that were used as evidence.
The diary reflects the life of a young girl whose horizons were limited by social and religious constraints. She was eager for self-improvement and created for herself a series of routines and good intentions, which are inserted into the end of the diary. In the daily entries she often refers to these programmes by a system of capital letters and Roman numerals.
The surviving papers of Alice Zimmern listed here comprise chiefly published articles, notes for lectures delivered by her and a small quantity of personal and biographical items.
The collection consists primarily of letters from Ruth Darwin to members of her family but predominantly to her sister (Emma) Nora Darwin, and correspondence and papers arising out of Ruth's work with the British Committee of the French Red Cross in France in 1917-1919.
Handout from a presentation by Dr Alan Findlay, Senior Tutor, on the study of science subjects by women, and admissions to Churchill.