Notes and papers by or concerning Geoffrey Woledge

Scope and Content

Comprises: (1) Leeds University student's lecture card, October 1923, (2) notice of enrolment in the University, September 1924, (3) account for private telephone calls from the University, first term 1927-1928, January 1928, (4) notes on Roman antiquities between the Wharfe and the Aire, and (5) Chas. Turner Thackrah 1795-1833 (a biography) ca.1933

Administrative / Biographical History

Geoffrey Woledge was a graduate of the University of Leeds, who began his professional career in librarianship in 1919, as an assistant in the University Library, remaining in Leeds until 1931. After a number of appointments he became Librarian at Queen's, Belfast in 1938, and finally became Librarian of the British Library of Political and Economic Science from 1944 until retirement in 1966

Access Information

Access is unrestricted

Acquisition Information

Transferred from University of Leeds Collection, Personalia, 1976


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Custodial History

Gifts of Geoffrey Woledge at various times