Papers of Charles William Crawley relating to his work as a history examiner for the University of London.
Crawley, Charles William
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- ReferenceGB 96 MS 945
- Dates of Creationc1950-1992
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical DescriptionUnknown
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Administrative / Biographical History
Charles William Crawley (1899-1992) was educated at Winchester and Trinity College, Cambridge University. He was a Fellow of Trinity Hall from 1924 to 1966, during which time he acted as Assistant Tutor (1927), Senior Tutor (1946-1958) and Vice-Master (1950-1966). He was University Lecturer in History from 1931-1966. His writings include The question of Greek independence, 1821-33 (1930); (ed) New Cambridge Modern History, Vol IX (1965); John Capodistrias: unpublished documents (1970); and Trinity Hall: the history of a Cambridge College, 1350-1975 (1976).
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Given to the Library by Dr Jonathan Steinberg, Vice Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge.
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