Letters from W.H. Hutton

  • Reference
      GB 133 TFT/1/563
  • Dates of Creation
      1882-1922
  • Physical Description
      30 items

Scope and Content

  • /1 2 May 1882, Academic: St. David's College, Lampeter, exams
  • /2 24 Dec 1888, Academic: T F Tout application for fellowship. Lincoln College.
  • /3 3 May 1889, Academic: Lincoln College.
  • /4 20 Jun 1889, Academic: St. John's College Scholarship exam.
  • /5 3 Jan 1890, Personal: Tout's application for chair of history at Owens College.
  • /6 18 Feb 1890, Personal: congratulations on the chair of history at Owens College.
  • /7 25 Feb 1890, Personal: details chair of history St. David's College.
  • /8 10 Jun n.y. 1890, Academic: External examinership St. David's College.
  • /9 n.d. Jun 1890, Personal: Death of mother.
  • /10 n.d. Jun 1890, Academic: External examiner, St. David's College.
  • /11 n.d. Fragment.
  • /12 9 Jul 1890, Academic: University of Oxford,School of Modern History results.
  • /13 11 Jul 1890, Academic: University of Oxford, School of Modern History results.
  • /14 6 Apr 1891, Scholarly: Medieval Latin. Church studies.
  • /15 27 Oct 1891, Academic: C.H.Firth, S.Lee, Dictionary of NationalBiography.
  • /16 n.d. (c Nov 1891), Academic: S.Lee.
  • /17 19 Feb n.y. 1892, Academic: University of Oxford School of Modern History C.H.Firth.
  • /18 n.d. (c Mar/Apr 1892), Academic: University of Oxford School of Modern History.
  • /19 16 Jun 1992, Academic: Book sale. St. David's College Principalship.
  • /20 18 Jun n.y.(1892), Academic: St. David's College Principalship.
  • /21 29 Oct n.y. (c1892-95), Personal.
  • /22 n.d. (c Nov 1892-95), Personal.
  • /23 12 Mar 1899, Business: Rivington's The ChurchUniversal.
  • /24 13 Mar 1899, Business: Rivington's.
  • /25 25 Aug 1902, Scholarly: Henry VI. Bampton Lecture.
  • /26 23 May 1906, Academic: 'Schools of History'.
  • /27 25 May 1910, Personal.
  • /28 1 Dec 1921, Personal.
  • /29 3 Jan 1922, Scholarly: Reprint of Beckett.
  • /30 n.d. (c 1922-25), Scholarly: Beckett.

Administrative / Biographical History

William Holden Hutton (1860-1930) was a historian and clergyman. He was Dean of Winchester from1919-1930.