Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
1) report on the Cambridge Mathematical Tripos, printed in The Times, 9 June 1890; and 2) report from Cambridge, including a reference to the inferior earning capacity of women who have taken the Tripos, printed in The Guardian, 12 Nov. 1890.
Reprint of an article published in The Times May 1st 1906 concerning the Addenbrooke's Hospital fundraising appeal.
Includes press cuttings (annual reports of the Fund printed in the press 1919-22) loose in envelope at back of volume.
This section contains a miscellany of personal items including photographs, invitations and programmes, news cuttings, an autograph book and a visitors' book, and a service sheet for a thanksgiving service for the life of Rosemary Bishop.
These three volumes of cuttings were collected by ED. They concern women's education; women in medicine and science; women's suffrage; and Girton College.
This section includes cuttings collected by Bessie Parkes; appreciations of Bessie's work; and obituaries for and biographical details of Bessie.
Concerning attempts to gain women admission to Cambridge degrees.
This section comprises records of related interest and ephemera which do not originate from within the hospital, such as press cuttings and records relating to the founder, Dr John Addenbrooke, also records which do not easily fit into any other category, such as memorabilia, artefacts and records relating to special events.
'The following letter on the subject of degrees for women at Cambridge has to-day been forwarded to all members of the Senate:-…..', 1896-03-23
Item 14 in GCPP Davies 13/2/9. Newspaper cutting.
Includes correspondence, press cuttings, letters to the press, publications of women's suffrage societies, petitions, Parliamentary papers, etc.