From Sir William Mather [member of Council]:
- /1 27 Apr 1907, discuss relationship between the University and the [Fielden] Demonstration School, will produce a report on subject with the vice-chancellor;
- /2 25 May 1907, pleased that Fielden and primary schools have now united, believes valuable addition to the University, discusses new site for the schools;
- /3 11 Nov 1907, educational matters;
- /4 6 Feb [?], concerns that [Edward] Broadfield might not be able to take up Treasurership on health grounds, asked him to give up some of his offices, proposes [A.H.] Worthington instead, wants Broadfield given freedom of Manchester;
- /5 24 Jun [?], asks advice on etiquette for wearing academic dress, pleased to hear bust of the King is being made;
- /6 19 Dec [?], sorry to hear of Professor Dunkerley's breakdown, opinions on Dunkerley's health, considers a replacement.