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Ref No (click to see in context)QM/1/11
TitleClubs and societies
LevelSubSeries
Date1886-1936
Extent7 files
DescriptionRecords relating to People's Palace clubs and societies.

Includes: letters regarding clubs and societies, 1886-89; People's Palace and East London Horticultural Society accounts volume, 1886-1936; People's Palace Engineering Society minutes, 1893-1908; correspondence regarding the Appointment of a Choral and Orchestral Society Conductor, 1932-36; and Social and Athletics Club minutes and accounts, 1934-35.
ArrangementChronological and by subject.
Access StatusOpen
Persons
CodePerson or Corporate Body Name
DS/UK/1249Currie; Sir; Edmund Hay (1834-1913); Vice Chairman of the School Board for London (1873-76); Chairman of the London Hospital Medical College (1876-79); Chairman of the Beaumont Trustees (1882-91).
DS/UK/1327Mitchell; R. (fl. 1886-1889)
DS/UK/1328Shaw (1886-1889)
DS/UK/1329West; R. D. (fl. 1913); Member of the executive of the People's Palace Horticultural Society.
DS/UK/1306Fitzgerald; T. M. (1935-1936); Commander; Manager and Clerk to the Governors of the People's Palace.
DS/UK/1330McEwen; Sir; John B. (fl. 1932-1936.); Principal of the Royal Academy of Music.
DS/UK/1331Elgar; Sir; Edward William (1857-1934); 1st Baronet; English composer.
DS/UK/1458People's Palace; Cricket Club; fl 1886-1889
DS/UK/1459People's Palace; Debating Society; fl 1886-1889
DS/UK/1460People's Palace; Rambling Club; fl 1886-1889
DS/UK/1461People's Palace; Photographic Club; fl 1886-1889
DS/UK/1462People's Palace; Shorthand Society; fl 1886-1889
DS/UK/1463Beaumont Cycling Club; fl 1886-1889
DS/UK/1401People's Palace and East London Horticultural Society; fl 1894-1936
DS/UK/1465People's Palace; Engineering Society; fl 1893-1908
DS/UK/1414People's Palace; Choral and Orchestral Society; fl 1890-1936
DS/UK/1466Royal Academy of Music; 1822-
DS/UK/1467Central Hall Westminster; 1912-; Conference venue.
DS/UK/1468People's Palace; Social and Athletics Club; fl 1932-1936