1954 -1955 - Michael N. Teague

Scope and Content

The prize-winning essay "The Rise and Fall of Portuguese Colonial Activities East of Suez" with motto "Quem vio Goa, excusa de vêr Lisboa" By Michael Teague. Typed manuscript, 34 pages, undated. With this manuscript is a Compliment Slip from the Director, School of Oriental and African Studies with the essay title and year. Also a letter from Michael Teague supplying autobiographical details. Handwritten, 2 sides dated 8 May 1955.

Administrative / Biographical History

M.N. Teague was a student of Worcester College, Oxford.

Related Material

In the Minutes for the Council Meeting for 10th June 1954 it was noted that Prize Essay subjects were approved and in the Minutes for 14 April 1955, it was noted that the Prize was awarded to Mr. M.N. Teague of Worcester College, Oxford. In the report of the Anniversary Meeting in the Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1955, p.196, the essay titles and its award to Mr. M.N. Teague are recorded with a small report of the Presentation on p.194 of the same Journal.

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