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CHAR 2/202 Public and political: correspondence relating to the University of Bristol.

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CHAR 2/202/1

Letter from Margaret Stephenson, honorary secretary of the Bristol Debating Society (Clifton Hill House, Clifton, Bristol) to WSC inviting him to oppose a motion of no confidence in the National Government to be debated by the Society.

1 folio
01 Feb 1933
CHAR 2/202/2

Letter from [Violet Pearman] to Lord Athlone [Chancellor of London University] conveying WSC's regret that he cannot be present as a representative of Bristol University at the laying of the foundation stone [of the new London University building in Bloomsbury]. Carbon typescript copy.

1 folio
12 Apr 1933
CHAR 2/202/3

Letter from [Violet Pearman] to Thomas Loveday [Vice Chancellor of Bristol University] conveying WSC's regret that he cannot be present as a representative of Bristol University at the laying of the foundation stone [of the new London University building in Bloomsbury]. Carbon typescript copy.

1 folio
12 Apr 1933
CHAR 2/202/4

Letter from Thomas Loveday [Vice-Chancellor of Bristol University] (Vice-Chancellor's Lodge, Stoke Bishop, Bristol] to WSC hoping that WSC can be present as a representative of Bristol University at the laying of the foundation stone [of the new London University building in Bloomsbury]. Carbon typescript copy.

1 folio
06 Apr 1933
CHAR 2/202/5

Letter from [Violet Pearman] to the Vice-Chancellor of Bristol University [Thomas Loveday] asking whether he wishes WSC to be present as a representative of Bristol University at the laying of the foundation stone [of the new London University building in Bloomsbury]. Carbon typescript copy.

1 folio
05 Apr 1933
CHAR 2/202/6

Letter from Lord Athlone, Chancellor of London University (South Kensington, London) to WSC hoping WSC can be present as a representative of Bristol University at the laying of the foundation stone [of the new London University building in Bloomsbury].

1 folio
31 Mar 1933
CHAR 2/202/7

Letter from [WSC] to Thomas Loveday [Vice-Chancellor of Bristol University] agreeing to confer degrees on 1 July. Carbon typescript copy.

1 folio
13 May 1933
CHAR 2/202/8-9

Letter from Thomas Loveday, Vice-Chancellor of Bristol University to WSC on the arrangements for the centenary celebrations of the University Medical School.

2 folios
15 May 1933
CHAR 2/202/10-11

Letter from Thomas Loveday, Vice-Chancellor of Bristol University to WSC on the arrangements for the centenary celebrations of the University Medical School.

2 folios
16 May 1933
CHAR 2/202/12

Letter from [Violet Pearman] to Thomas Loveday [Vice-Chancellor of Bristol University] conveying WSC's approval [of the arrangements for the centenary celebrations of the University Medical School]. Carbon typescript copy.

1 folio
19 May 1933
CHAR 2/202/13

Letter from Winifred Shapland, secretary and registrar of Bristol University, to WSC asking him to indicate his approval for Professor Andrew Robertson continuing as representative of the Chancellor of Bristol University [WSC] on the court of Sheffield University [Yorkshire].

1 folio
22 May 1933
CHAR 2/202/14

Telegram from WSC to Thomas Loveday, Vice-Chancellor of Bristol University, excusing himself from conferring degrees on 1 July because he wishes to be in France. Typescript copy.

1 folio
10 Jun 1933
CHAR 2/202/15

Telegram from Thomas Loveday [Vice-Chancellor of Bristol University] to WSC disappointedly admitting that he can confer degrees himself in WSC's absence.

1 folio
11 Jun 1933
CHAR 2/202/16

Telegram from WSC to Thomas Loveday, Vice-Chancellor of Bristol University, appreciating his kindness and explaining that he has to make an important speech in France [and therefore cannot confer degrees on 1 July]. Typescript copy.

1 folio
11 Jun 1933
CHAR 2/202/17-18

Letter from Thomas Loveday, Vice-Chancellor of Bristol University, to WSC expressing disappointment that WSC cannot attend [the celebrations of the centenary of the University Medical School] and asking him to fix a date on which he could confer an honorary degree on the Lord Chancellor [Lord Sankey, earlier Sir John Sankey] at the inauguration of the University's law faculty.

2 folios
12 Jun 1933
CHAR 2/202/19

Letter from [WSC] to [Thomas Loveday, Vice-Chancellor of Bristol University] promising to try [to fix a date on which to confer an honorary degree on the Lord Chancellor, Lord Sankey, earlier Sir John Sankey, at the inauguration of the University's law faculty]. Typescript copy.

1 folio
14 Jun 1933
CHAR 2/202/20-21

Letter from Thomas Loveday, Vice-Chancellor of Bristol University, to WSC asking him to arrange a date for the conferring of an honorary degree on the Lord Chancellor [Lord Sankey, earlier Sir John Sankey] at the inauguration of the University' law faculty.

2 folios
28 Jun 1933
CHAR 2/202/22

Letter from [WSC] to Lord Sankey [earlier Sir John Sankey] [the Lord Chancellor] inviting him to receive an honorary degree at the inauguration of Bristol University's' law faculty. Carbon typescript copy.

1 folio
29 Jun 1933
CHAR 2/202/23

Letter from Lord Sankey [earlier Sir John Sankey] [the Lord Chancellor] to WSC accepting the invitation to receive an honorary degree at the inauguration of Bristol University's law faculty. Typescript copy.

1 folio
03 Jul 1933
CHAR 2/202/24

Letter from [WSC] to Thomas Loveday [Vice-Chancellor of Bristol University] enclosing the original of CHAR 2/202/23. Carbon typescript copy.

1 folio
05 Jul 1933
CHAR 2/202/25

Letter from Thomas Loveday, Vice-Chancellor of Bristol University, to WSC fixing 6 October for the honorary degree ceremony [marking the inauguration of the University's law faculty].

1 folio
06 Jul 1933
CHAR 2/202/26

Letter from [Violet Pearman] to Thomas Loveday [Vice-Chancellor of Bristol University] conveying WSC's approval for the programme for the ceremony [marking the inauguration of the University's law faculty]. Carbon typescript copy.

1 folio
25 Jul 1933
CHAR 2/202/27

Note from [Violet Pearman] to CSC asking whether she wishes to accompany WSC to the ceremony [marking the inauguration of Bristol University's law faculty].

1 folio
22 Jul 1933
CHAR 2/202/28-29

Letter from Thomas Loveday, Vice-Chancellor of Bristol University, to WSC on the arrangements for the ceremony marking the inauguration of the University's law faculty.

2 folios
19 Jul 1933
CHAR 2/202/30

Letter from [WSC] to Thomas Loveday [Vice-Chancellor of Bristol University] on the need to change the date of the ceremony [marking the inauguration of the University's law faculty] because WSC has to attend the Conservative Party conference. Carbon typescript copy.

1 folio
12 Aug 1933
CHAR 2/202/31

Letter from Thomas Loveday [Vice-Chancellor of Bristol University] (Marine Hotel, Salcombe, Devon) to [WSC] on the difficulty of changing the date of the ceremony [marking the inauguration of the University's law faculty].

1 folio
16 Aug 1933
CHAR 2/202/32

Letter from Thomas Loveday, Vice-Chancellor of Bristol University, to WSC stating that the date for [the ceremony marking the inauguration of the University's law faculty] cannot be changed and regretting WSC's enforced absence.

1 folio
29 Aug 1933
CHAR 2/202/33

Letter from CSC to Mrs Baker regretting that she and WSC will not be staying with her in Bristol because WSC has to attend the Conservative Party conference. Carbon typescript copy.

1 folio
12 Sep 1933
CHAR 2/202/34-35

Letter from Thomas Loveday, chancellor of Bristol University, to WSC reporting that the University Degrees Bill is not supported by the Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals.

2 folios
06 Oct 1933
CHAR 2/202/36

Letter from [WSC] to [Thomas Loveday, chancellor of Bristol University] acknowledging CHAR 2/202/34-35. Carbon typescript copy.

1 folio
07 Oct 1933