Letters

  • This material is held at
  • Reference
      GB 133 VCA/6/580
  • Former Reference
      GB 133 M64/1-10
  • Dates of Creation
      1908-1914
  • Physical Description
      10 pieces

Scope and Content

From Harry Thistleton Mark [lecturer in education]:

  • /1 4 Jan 1908, education extension course for Stockport teachers, Duxbury's performance as a teacher of elocution;
  • /2 15 May [1908?], proposes that honorary degree be granted to members of the 'contributing' county boroughs at the installation of the new Chancellor, believes would increase support for University;
  • /3 14 Jul 1908 asks vice-chancellor to attend a lecture he is giving on 'University course of teaching for working people in industrial centres';
  • /4 1 Mar 1909, asks for financial recognition of extra lecturers he is giving;
  • /5 20 Apr 1909, conversation with Fiddes [the registrar] about second-year course, claims his expression of opinion might have been withheld if had been allowed to discuss matter with Findlay [professor of education 1903-1925];
  • /6 n.d. [prob. 1910], re. meeting of the Manchester (Owens) Club (club for male education students);
  • /7 copy letter 4 Dec 1913, regret to hear of wife's illness, thanks for contribution to the [University] Settlement;
  • /8 copy letter 23 Dec 1913, asks if would give lectures on educational handiwork;
  • /9 copy letter 29 Dec 1913, thanks for suggestions about lecturers on educational handiwork;
  • /10 copy letter 7 Jan 1914, asks to represent at meeting of National Association of Manual Training Teachers.