Originally published in 1928, this book was written to provide members of the National Union of Teachers with a souvenir upon the occasion of their 1928 conference, which took place in Cambridge during the Easter vacation. It presents a concise guide to the city, with information on the history of the university and other areas. Illustrative figures are incorporated throughout. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in the National Union of Teachers and the history of Cambridge.
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
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Table of Contents
Foreword by the Vice-Chancellor; 1. The University of Cambridge C. J. B. Gaskoin; 2. The colleges of Cambridge S. C. Roberts; 3. Customs and costumes H. P. Stokes; 4. Women students in Cambridge J. P. Strachey; 5. The diary of an undergraduate by the Editor of The Granta; 6. The town of Cambridge B. W. Downs; 7. Cambridge architecture T. Fyfe; 8. Stourbridge fair E. Power; 9. Ely Cathedral by the Dean of Ely; 10. The Cambridgeshire fens and their drainage J. Jones; 11. The Art Theatre movement Terence Gray; Alphabetical key and plan of exhibition; Index to advertisers.