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Undergraduate study, Queen Mary, University of London
Ref No (click to see in context)QM/1/12
Extent11 files and 8 volumes
DescriptionRecords relating to the educational work of the People's Palace (through the People's Palace Technical Schools 1887-1896, the East London Technical College 1896-1905, and the East London College 1905-1913).

Includes: letters regarding the Day School and classes at the People's Palace, 1885-90; J.L.S. Hatton's Diary of the East London Technical College, 1896-1901; Calendars for the Day School, Day Classes and Evening Classes, 1889-1913; papers relating to East London Technical College 1898-1901; reports relating to East London College and external governing bodies, 1907-13; examination results for qualifications taken at Day School, 1901-6; papers relating to specific students of the People's Palace Technical Schools, East London Technical College and East London College, 1893-1960s.
ArrangementChronological and by subject.
Access StatusOpen
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/1278Hatton; John Leigh Smeathman (1865-1933); Principal of the East London College; Vice-Chancellor of the University of London; mathmatician.
DS/UK/1332White; William L. A. (fl. 1893-1895); People's Palace Technical Schools student.
DS/UK/62People's Palace; 1887-1954
DS/UK/58East London Technical College; 1887-1905
DS/UK/59East London College; 1905-1934
DS/UK/1469People's Palace; Architectural Society; fl 1896-1900
DS/UK/1034Drapers' Company; 1438-; Livery Company
DS/UK/1410People's Palace; Bow and Bromley branch; 1898-1911
DS/UK/1379People's Palace; Technical Schools; 1888-1896
DS/UK/1406Board of Education; fl 1905
DS/UK/64University of London; 1836-; Higher Education Institution
DS/UK/1393People's Palace; Governors; Visiting Committee of the Governors; fl 1903-1922
DS/UK/2992The City and Guilds of London Institute; 1878-
DS/UK/2979Harris; Ernest A (1870-1965); People's Palace Technical Schools Engineering student
DS/UK/2993Auld; Samuel James Manson (fl1902-1956); Colonel; East London Technical College DSc graduate 1902 and East London College PhD graduate 1908
DS/UK/2994Buckton; Arthur Scott (1888-1917); Captain; East London College graduate BSc Engineering 1912
DS/UK/2995Moore; Gladys A (fl1911-1953); East London College Arts student c1911-1913
DS/UK/2996Belloc; Hilaire (1870-1953); Poet, journalist and Head of English Language and Literature East London College 1911-1913
DS/UK/2917East London College; Union Society; 1908-