Secondary Education in England, 1870-1902: Public Activity and Private Enterprise

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MANUSCRIPT SOURCES, PRIVATE AND LOCAL COLLECTIONS

Public Record Office, Kew

Ed. 27 Secondary education: endowment files 1850-1945

Aldenham, Grammar School: 1637, 1639

Bedford charity: 8A, 8B, 9

Birmingham, Schools of King Edward VI:4891, 4893, 4894, 4899, 4910

Bradford, Grammar School: 5721, 5722, 5723

Brentwood, Sir Anthony Browne’s School and Almshouse Foundation: 1060, 1061, 1062, 1063

Bristol, Free Grammar School (including Queen Elizabeth’s Hospital and Red Maids’ School): 1289, 1291, 1293, 1312, 1313

Bristol, Colston’s Hospital (including sub-file on the Diocesan Trade School): 1274

Chepping Wycombe (High Wycombe), Royal Grammar School: 130

Coventry, Grammar School: 5009, 5010

Exeter, St John’s Hospital Charity: 695, 697

Greenwich, Roan Schools: 3023, 3025, 3026

Islington and Clerkenwell, Dame Alice Owen’s Foundation: 3117, 3119, 3120

Leeds, Grammar School: 5976, 5981, 5982, 5983, 5984, 5978

Leicester, Wyggeston Grammar School Foundation: 2419, 2420

Macclesfield, Foundation of King Edward VI:266, 269, 270

Manchester High School for Girls: 2171, 2172

Middlesbrough High School: 5586, 5587, 5588

Newbury, St Bartholomew’s Grammar School: 70, 71, 73

St Pancras, North London Collegiate and Camden School for Girls: 3191, 3195

Salisbury, The Godolphin School: 5283, 5284

Sherborne, Foster and Digby Foundation: 886

Sherborne, King’s School: 906, 907

Skipton, The Girls’ High School: 6171

Warrington, Grammar School: 2304

West Lavington, Dauntsey School Foundation: 5291, 5292, 5293, 5294, 5295, 5296, 5297, 5298

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