Letters from J.P. Whitney

  • Reference
      GB 133 TFT/1/1279
  • Dates of Creation
      1901-1923
  • Physical Description
      18 items

Scope and Content

  • /1 29 Jan 1901, Scholarly: Historical Essays...
  • /2 9 Apr 1911, Academic: British Academy.
  • /3 n.d. c. 1911, Scholarly: chair of Medieval History.
  • /4 21 Nov 1912, Academic: International Historical Congress.Hilda Johnstone.
  • /5 13 Mar 1913, Personal: Death of Thomas Hodgkin.
  • /6 29 Jul 1914, Academic: International Historical Congress
  • /7 22 Jan 1917, Academic: Church Historical Society.
  • /8 27 Jan 1917, Academic: Church Historical Society. S.P.C.K. chair Medieval History. C.W.Previté-Orton.
  • /9 24 Jan 1919, Scholarly: S.P.C.K. School Dictionary of Medieval Latin. W Page.
  • /10 1 Feb 1919, Scholarly: Canterbury and York Society.
  • /11 n.d. [1919], Scholarly: S.P.C.K.
  • /12 28 Feb 1919, Scholarly: S.P.C.K.
  • /13 c. 1920, Personal.
  • /14 22 Mar, 1920, Personal: Thanks for 'Medieval Forgery'.
  • /15 16 Apr 1922, Personal: Thanks for 'Medieval Chronicles'.
  • /16 26 May 1923, Academic: University of Cambridge Board of Theology. Referee for award ofPh.D. degree. E.H. Pearce.
  • /17 2 May 1923, Academic: E.H. Pearce, Bishop of Worcester's thesis for D.D.
  • /18 13 Dec 1923, Academic: E.H. Pearce, Bishop of Worcester's thesis for D.D. Enclosure: T FTout to Whitney 14 Dec 1923.

Administrative / Biographical History

James Pounder Whitney, (1857-1939), ecclesiastical historian. Studied history at Owens College,1874-7. Dixie professor of ecclesiastical history at the University of Cambridge, 1919-1939.