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Undergraduate study, Queen Mary, University of London
Ref No (click to see in context)CLM/3/7
TitleChristian Work in the Village of Little Bookham
LevelItem
Date1913-1920
Extent1 vol
DescriptionNotebook entitled 'Christian Work in the Village of Little Bookham', 1 September 1913 - 13 May 1920.

Includes subjects such as establishing 'One by One', Evolution lectures, Red Cross meetings, League of Honour, Divinity Lectures, Mother's Meetings and working to supply Oatmeal drink for the Munition workers.

Details people that attend meetings, summaries of topics covered and texts used. Also details her relationship with individuals such as Jim Gillett, helping with his studies, and includes entries copied from his diary and extracts of his letters.

Includes three cycling tours with Jim Gillett, a visit to him in Oxford, leaving the Sundial, Little Bookham, and living with Gertie [Gertrude] Maynard in Wimbledon temporarily.

Also includes an event flyer and some letters and notes.

Mentions contemporary events such as the outbreak of World War I, 4 August 1914, including accusations of being pro-German, 3 October 1915.
Access StatusOpen
Persons
CodePerson or Corporate Body Name
DS/UK/34Maynard; Constance Louisa (1849-1935); Mistress, Educational pioneer