File P1/2 - Educational papers: letters, 1892-1904

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P1/2

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Educational papers: letters, 1892-1904

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  • 1892-1904 (Creation)

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The file contains letters to J. E. Powell from Thomas Gee, A. C. Humphreys-Owen, John Eiddon Jones and Harry Reichel; a letter regarding an article written by Thomas Gee (enclosed) and a request by John Humphreys, journalist for the Liverpool Daily Post, 1896, requesting an article in response. It also includes drafts of speeches; invitations to the opening of the new Aberdare Hall, 1895; the installation of H. R. H. Prince of Wales in Aberystwyth, 1896, and the opening of a new building at the Bangor County School for Girls, 1897; a draft of the Intermediate Education Wales Bill; together with a scheme for Intermediate Education Constitution and Powers of Education Commissioners Finance.

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Preferred citation: P1/2

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vtls004038172

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(WlAbNL)0000038172

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  • Text: P1/2 (7).