Subseries 01 - Chronicle

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GB 2014 WS-02-HOU-01-04-01




  • 1927-1966 (Creation)

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97 items

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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.

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Access to collection items is granted to bona-fide researchers, by prior appointment, subject to the overriding provisions of relevant legislation, including Data Protection.

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A reprographics service is available to researchers subject to the access restrictions outlined above. Copying will not be undertaken if there is any risk of damage to the item. Copies are supplied in accordance with Westminster School

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  • English

Script of material

  • Latin

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GB 2014

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  • English


  • Latin


Archivist's note

Catalogue prepared by Carrie Stewart, student at UCL, whilst on placement at Westminster School Archive, May 2014.

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