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Author Jenkins, George A. (George Alfred)

Title A study of the village college in Cambridgeshire / George A. Jenkins.

Published [Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], 1944.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description v, 72 [that is 90] leaves, bound : illustrations, maps, photographs ; 30 cm
Notes Typescript.
Spine title: Village college in Cambridgeshire.
Includes 4 booklets inside front cover pocket, being The College's: First annual report 1937-1938 -- First Commemoration Festival 1938 -- Summer Programme 1943 -- Programme of activities for the winter 1943-44. Also in front pocket are 34 p. of typescript, being the 3rd-6th annual reports (1939-1943), and: The Warden's report on the Senior School (Jan-July 1944).
"The Situation in Cambridgeshire and the Work of Mr. Henry Morris, [...] Secretary of the Cambridgeshire Education Committee [who] presented details to the local authority in his original memorandum 'on the provision of educational and social facilities for the countryside' " -- p. 11.
Thesis notes Thesis (B.Ed.Inv.)--Melbourne Teachers' College, 1944.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (leaf [73])
Subject Morris, Henry, 1889-1961.
Linton Village College (Cambridgeshire, England)
Impington Village College (Cambridgeshire, England)
Bottisham Village College (Cambridgeshire, England)
Community and school -- England -- History -- 20th century.
School management and organization -- Case studies.
Education, Rural -- England -- History -- 20th century.
Community centers -- England -- History -- 20th century.
Cambridgeshire (England) -- Social life and customs.
Variant Title Village college in Cambridgeshire.