From J.H. Reynolds, Joint Director of Education, Manchester Corporation:
- /1 11 May 1907, returns draft constitution of Imperial College, fears any protests would be 'unavailing, believes proposed College will be 'especially unfair to the great provincial institutions', provincial schools must retain students for postgraduate work, believes National Scholars and Royal Exhibitioners be allowed to choose institution of study rather than be required to go to London;
- /2 13 Dec 1907, possibility of confining Manchester Education Committee scholarships to residents of the city and to study at Manchester University;
- /3 22 May 1908, re. age limit for a female candidate for Education Committee's university scholarships;
- /4 24 Jun1908, payment for Faculty of Technology prospectus;
- /5 8 Oct 1908, arrangements for the North of England Education Conference;
- /6 5 Dec 1908, various issues including accommodation for training colleges; financial assistance for a medical student, tenure of Manchester Education Committee scholarships at universities other than Manchester;
- /7-8 24 Apr 1909/7 May 1909 re. the visit of Sir Robert Stout.
- /9 1 Feb 1908, concerning conditions of entry for teacher trainees at the University, including the payment of fees.