The archive contains photographs, postcards, and notes from the Soviet Union, Herbert Clinch's own articles on the trip, with additional ephemeral material such as money, cigarettes, and posters advertising Clinch's talk on his trip and his candidature for local elections.
Herbert Clinch : material relating to a 1935 trip to the Soviet Union
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- ReferenceGB 12 MS Add.9996
- Dates of Creation1934-1995 (circa)
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- Language of MaterialEnglish .
- Physical Description1 archive box(es) 1 box
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The archive of material relating to Clinch's trip to the Soviet Union passed to his son, Alan Clinch. On Alan Clinch's death, the material came to Michael Barton, a friend of the family, who donated it to Cambridge University Library to complement existing archival, print, and ephemeral material relating to the Soviet Union already in the Library.
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