Material relating to King's/Queen's Scholars' Chronicle, the magazine produced for and by college students. The Chronicle started as a newsletter for college pupils with details of sporting achievements and some cultural articles. it was relaunched many times and bu the late 1930s had become satirical but also more cultural with plays, poems, artwork and photographs all submmitted by college boys. Publication schedule changed a number of times from termly to weekly, fortnightly and ad hoc.
Chronicle for scholars, Starts out as a newsletter and develops into a satirical magazine. Contains artwork, photographs, poems and short stories from the pupils. Starts out as a termly magazine, then weekly, then fortnightly and then ad hoc.