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Concerning financial affairs, death of Mr Reading and congratulations on her marriage to Mr Peach, one letter on reverse side of letter from Miss A. Ramsay, Lowestoft concerning Mary's school progress.

Papers and photographs of Kenneth and Brenda Davis

  • MC 3544
  • Archief
  • 1965-2004

Records relating to Wensum Lodge, Norwich, they were the first wardens, including the history, restoration and conversion of buildings on the site and its development and use as an adult education centre.

Kenneth Davis; fl 1965 - fl 2004; Wensum lodge warden; Norwich, Norfolk

Workers Educational Association- Blofield branch records

  • ACC 2021/99
  • Archief
  • 1956-2015

Box 1 Courses held at Blofield branch-Course posters, course details, and student registers 1994-2014 (closed for 30 years as contain personal data of students).
Branch officers handbook- standing orders, regional and local newsletters, some correspondence with local venue provider, 1997-2015 (closed for 30 years as contain personal data of students and members).
WEA Blofield branch committee meeting minutes 1950s-2010 and AGM minutes 1996-2009
'Some Norfolk Reminiscences' 2003- collection of memories about courses and events in Norfolk compiled to celebrate the WEA's centenary.
'Mansbridge: a life'- biographical note to celebrate the centenary of the WEA.

Workers Educational Association: Blofield branch; fl 1956-; adult education; Blofield, Norwich

Eighteen Letters

Miss Mary Cullum, declining invitation, 1781
Edward Mussenden, congratulations, 1784
Thomas Goddard to Edward Leathes requesting living of Wickhampton, 1785.
Dr Maguin concerning Mr Reading's health, 1790
John Love, congratulations, 1790
Miss A. Ramsay, Lowestoft, report of Elizabeth's academic progress, 1791
Dr R. Roberts, concerning son's entry to St Paul's School, 1792
Edward Mussenden, account of his imprisonment for debt, 1792
Miss Miller, Malling, report of Mary's education, 1793
Miss Watson, with an address, 1794
Miss Mary Woodley trying to resolve argument between Mrs Peach and her daughter Elizabeth Thompson née Leathes who had recently eloped, 1794.
Mrs Elizabeth Poole asking for Mrs Peach to find her lodgings in Norwich, 1795
Miss E. Costerton, Ipswich, report on Mary's progress, 1795-1798
Mrs Clara Reeve with gossip from Ipswich, 1797
Mrs Ann Hare concerning lodgings, 1800
Mrs Finch concerning Mrs Beevor's safe delivery, 1801
John King describing life at Eastbourne, 1801
Mrs Elwin telling of end of relationship between Lucy and Mr Stracey, 1804.

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