Charles Peter Hill: University of Exeter, Institute of Education, Archive papers

Scope and Content

Letters to Charles Peter Hill and proforma letters by Hill, concerning a proposal to open a branch of the Historical Association in Truro, Cornwall. Also information and programme for a conference for Teachers of History in Grammar Schools.

Administrative / Biographical History

Charles Peter Hill was born in Stoke-on-Trent in 1914. He was educated at Redruth Grammar School, Dean Close School, Cheltenham, and Pembroke College, Oxford, receiving an MA in Modern History in 1936. He taught at various schools including Bristol Grammer until 1959 when he became a lecturer in the Institute of Education at the University of Exeter from 1960 and was a Senior Lecturer from 1966 until 1977. He was also Sub-Dean in the Faculty of Education during the 1970s.

His publications include:

'British essays in American history' (1957); 'Franklin Roosevelt' (1966); 'Who's who in Stuart Britain' (1988).

Conditions Governing Access

Usual EUL arrangements apply.

Acquisition Information

Transferred to Special Collections, 2007.

Other Finding Aids

Unlisted. One file only.

Archivist's Note

Catalogued by Christine Faunch on 04 Sept 2007. Updated by Rob Ford, 3 Oct 2007.

Conditions Governing Use

Usual EUL restrictions apply.

Related Material

None known.


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