Ilesha, and other places with the assistance of final year students at the
University of Ibadan.
NAI, IBMINED 1/6 LEO 37, vol. 1: Annual report on the Education
of Girls in the Southern Provinces, 1934.
NAI, EBMINED 1/6 LEO 37, vol. 1: Annual Reports on Girls' Education in the Southern Provinces, 1932-1937; and NAI, IBMINED 1/2 CIW
NAI, IBMINED 1/6 LEO 37, vol. 1: Annual Report on the Education
of Girls in the Southern Provinces, 1936.
NAI, MED (FED) 1/10 CADW47:6: Plummer to Sister Mary Aloysius (Holy Rosary Convent, Onitsha); to Miss J. Mars, CMS Training Class,
Akure; and to Reverend Mother Mary Osmund, Convent of the Holy Child,
Ifuho, Ikot Ekpene.
MED (FED) 1/10 CADW 47.
Particularly famous institutes were run by Mrs.
C. O. Cole in Ibadan, Mrs.
(later Lady) Olamide Bank-Anthony and Mrs.
Cecelia Victoria Duncan
in Lagos, Nigerian Tribune, 19 August 1950; 23 February 1952 and 30 April 1953; Daily Times, 2 April 1953 and 30 May 1953.
NAI, IBMINED 1/6 LEO 37, vol. 1: Annual Report on Girls' Education in the Southern Provinces, 1932.
These life histories were collected in 1989 and 1990 with the help of
research assistants Ayodeji Ismail Oduwaye and Solomon Ayoade, then
final-year students at the University of Ibandan.
Abbreviations Used in Notes
Assistant Director of Education|
(Assistant) Lady Education Officer|
Commissioner for the Colony of Lagos|
Chief Secretary of the Government|
Director of Education|
Ibadan, Ministry of Education|
Federal Ministry of Education|
National Archives, Ibadan|
Secretary of the Southern Provinces|
Adepegba, Adeyeye Olawale Bidemi. 1989. Aspects of Brazilian-Nigerian
Connections: Nineteenth Century to Inter-War Years., B. A. Honors Essay, Department of History, University of Ibadan.
Agiri, Babatunde. 1979. "Methodist Girls' High School, Yaba, Lagos,1879-1979: A Centenary History"