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Letter sent 7 Jan 1916,

  • UCC/P/L&P/4.
  • File
  • 1916, Jan. 7 /

Covering letter from Principal E. H. Griffiths to Sir L. A. Selby-Bigge of the Board of Education, enclosing letters from A. K. Keen and George R. Thompson, requesting that they be considered in respect of the application for exemption from call up made by Mr. R. H. Greaves.

Griffiths, E. H. (Ernest Howard), 1851-1932

Letter sent 7 Dec 1917,

  • UCC/P/L&P/4.
  • File
  • 1917, Dec. 7 /

Letter from Principal E. H. Griffiths to the Board of Education Secretary confirming numbers of women students and staff volunteering, noting that some are awaiting parental permission, and others have not clarified the length of time for which they will volunteer.

Griffiths, E. H. (Ernest Howard), 1851-1932

Letter sent 6 Oct 1916,

  • UCC/P/L&P/4.
  • File
  • 1916, Oct. 6 /

Letter from Principal E. H. Griffiths to Alfred T. Davies, Board of Education. Mentions that he has been involved in a previous scheme to raise funds for books for British prisoners of war, but that this was unsuccessful.

Griffiths, E. H. (Ernest Howard), 1851-1932

Letter sent 5 Jan 1916,

  • UCC/P/L&P/4.
  • File
  • 1916, Jan. 5 /

Letter from Principal E. H. Griffiths to Sir L. A. Selby-Bigge of the Board of Education, enclosing applications for exemption from call up in respect of Mr R. H. Greaves, Assistant Lecturer and Demonstrator in Metallurgy, and Mr D. W. Stewart, Teacher of Agricultural Chemistry and Dairy Bacteriology. These application forms are not present in the archive. Asks for confirmation that the same process will not need to be followed for Engineering staff, given that the Department of Engineering's workshops are entirely given over to the manufacture of shell gauges.

Griffiths, E. H. (Ernest Howard), 1851-1932

Letter sent 26 Feb 1917,

  • UCC/P/L&P/4.
  • File
  • 1917, Feb. 26 /

Letter from Principal E. H. Griffiths to Mrs. M. E. Marshall of the British Prisoners of War Book Scheme (Educational), noting that he has attempted to raise funds with little success in the past, but will continue to endeavour to help.

Griffiths, E. H. (Ernest Howard), 1851-1932

Letter sent 20 Mar 1918,

  • UCC/P/L&P/4.
  • File
  • 1918, Mar. 20 /

Letter from Principal E. H. Griffiths to Alfred T. Davies, Board of Education. Explains that his letter to J. F. Roberts of 13 Mar was forwarded to himself as present holder of the office of the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Wales. Informs that he has signed the statement sent by Professor Gilbert Murray on 23 Feb. Notes that resolutions of Senate are not valid until confirmed by the University Court, which will not meet until July. Add that Senate were in favour, and is confident that the Court will take the same position. Will ask the Executive Committee of the Court to take action on behalf of the Court, in their upcoming meeting on 20 Apr.

Griffiths, E. H. (Ernest Howard), 1851-1932

Letter sent 20 Mar 1917,

  • UCC/P/L&P/4.
  • File
  • 1917, Mar. 20 /

Letter from Principal E. H. Griffiths to Professor Gilbert Murray of the Board of Education. Griffiths returns the statement sent by Murray on 23 Feb, signed by himself on behalf of the Senate. Statement not in archive. Notes that resolutions of Senate are not valid until confirmed by the University Court, which only meets twice a year. Add that Senate were 'unanimously in favour of helping the project in every way', and is confident that the Court will take the same position. Will ask the Executive Committee of the Court to take action on behalf of the Court, in their upcoming meeting on 20 Apr.

Griffiths, E. H. (Ernest Howard), 1851-1932

Letter sent 20 Jan 1916,

  • UCC/P/L&P/4.
  • File
  • 1916, Jan. 20 /

Letter from Principal E. H. Griffiths to Prof. T. Franklin Sibly, enclosing a letter from Sir L. A. Selby-Bigge of the Board of Education (not present in the archive).

Griffiths, E. H. (Ernest Howard), 1851-1932

Letter sent 20 Jan 1916,

  • UCC/P/L&P/4.
  • File
  • 1916, Jan. 20 /

Letter from Principal E. H. Griffiths to Mr R. H. Greaves, enclosing a letter from the Board of Education (not present in the archive). Griffiths notes 'I think this makes it evident that you are now certain of being exempted.

Griffiths, E. H. (Ernest Howard), 1851-1932

Letter sent 20 Jan 1916,

  • UCC/P/L&P/4.
  • File
  • 1916, Jan. 20 /

Letter from Principal E. H. Griffiths to Prof. A. L. Selby, enclosing a letter from Sir L. A. Selby-Bigge of the Board of Education (not present in the archive).

Griffiths, E. H. (Ernest Howard), 1851-1932

Letter sent 20 Jan 1916,

  • UCC/P/L&P/4.
  • File
  • 1916, Jan. 20 /

Letter from Principal E. H. Griffiths to Sir L. A. Selby-Bigge of the Board of Education, thanking him for writing to the War Office concerning the proposed release of H. T. Flint and Frank Dixey from military service.

Griffiths, E. H. (Ernest Howard), 1851-1932

Letter sent 17 Jan 1916,

  • UCC/P/L&P/4.
  • File
  • 1916, Jan. 17 /

Letter from Principal E. H. Griffiths to Sir L. A. Selby-Bigge of the Board of Education, asking if the Board could submit to lord Derby a request to release Mr H. T. Flint, Assistant Lecturer and Demonstrator in Physics, and Mr Frank Dixey, Assistant Lecturer and Demonstrator in Geology, from military service, in order that the work of their Departments be carried on efficiently. Encloses letters of support for both individuals.

Griffiths, E. H. (Ernest Howard), 1851-1932

Letter sent 16 Mar 1918,

  • UCC/P/L&P/4.
  • File
  • 1918, Mar. 16 /

Letter from Principal E. H. Griffiths to Miss Dorothy Davies, asking to meet to discuss a letter from the Board of Education, requiring immediate action. Letter not in archive.

Griffiths, E. H. (Ernest Howard), 1851-1932

Letter sent 11 Dec 1917,

  • UCC/P/L&P/4.
  • File
  • 1917, Dec. 11 /

Letter from Principal E. H. Griffiths to Miss M. O. Davies, S. R. C. [Students' Representative Council?], requesting a list of students who have received parental permission to volunteer, and confirmation of the length of time the students will volunteer for, in respect of those who had not already provided this information.

Griffiths, E. H. (Ernest Howard), 1851-1932