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Undergraduate study, Queen Mary, University of London
Ref No (click to see in context)CLM/1/21
TitleGreen Book, 1901-1904
LevelItem
Date1901-1904
Extent1 vol
DescriptionGreen Book, 1 January 1901- 31 December 1904.

Entries record daily life as Mistress of Westfield College.

Also covers visits home, to the Matlock Conference, Aldeburgh, Wimbledon, Perranporth, Pontresina, Swanage, a tour around England and a cycling tour to Skipton and Settle.

Includes extracts of conversations and letters from individuals such as Marion Wakefield, Nannie [Anne Richardson] and Ralph [Frances Gray]. Also includes copied out letters between Harry [Henry] -brother- and George Maynard documenting their estrangement from one another.

Mentions contemporary topics such as the death of Queen Victoria, the postponement of the coronation of King Edward VII, and the Welsh Revival December 1904.

Other topics covered include a series of Theological Lectures in May 1901, discussions about establishing a Theological College, St Gabriels, February - June 1901, and the introduction of the Divinity Course at Westfield in October 1901 as first mentioned 20 June 1901.

There are several reflections on the purpose of her diaries 21 April 1901, 20 June 1901, 19 February 1902, 10 April 1903, 17 May 1903 and 30 October 1904.
Access StatusOpen
URL (click to download record)http://library.qmul.ac.uk/media/library/archives/diary/Green-Book-Diary,-1-January-1901--31-December-1904.pdf
Persons
CodePerson or Corporate Body Name
DS/UK/34Maynard; Constance Louisa (1849-1935); Mistress, Educational pioneer