BOHM, Anne (1910-2006): Dean and Registrar of the Graduate School, London School of Economics

Scope and Content

Papers, mainly relating to Dr Anne Bohm's post as External Relations Consultant to the London School of Economics, 1920s-1990s. The papers include reports on visits and correspondence regarding setting up associations and friends groups, 1970s-1980s. In addition, there are some programmes for plays, ballet and concerts, and some lecture notes on George Bernard Shaw, 1920s-1940s. Most files relate to an individual country and include: reports on visits; correspondence regarding policy, setting up associations, friends groups, and similar; lists of donors; programmes of visits.

Administrative / Biographical History

Dr Anne M Bohm obtained a PhD at Berlin University in 1935. She was Assistant to the Dean of Postgraduate Studies, London School of Economics, 1941-1950; Dean and Registrar of the Graduate School, 1950-1977; and, External Relations Consultant, 1978-1985. An Anne Bohm Fund for postgraduate students was launched in summer 2000.



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Acquisition Information

Transferred from the London School of Economics

Other Finding Aids

Box list available from Archives staff

Archivist's Note

Sources: Copied from LSE Archives CALM database by Anna Towlson

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