2 edition of By-ways of Cambridge history found in the catalog.
By-ways of Cambridge history
Florence Ada Keynes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by F.A. Keynes.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 147, 14 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||147|
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In this charming little book, first published informer Mayor Florence Ada Keynes looks back on her long association with the city of Cambridge, with essays on various aspects of Cambridge history, as well as her own experiences as a student, an academic's wife, and a public by: 1.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Keynes, Florence Ada, b. By-ways of Cambridge history. Cambridge [Eng.] University Press, COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
By-ways of Cambridge history [Florence Ada Keynes] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is the last of four books on the history of Cambridge University by the distinguished historian and Fellow of Trinity College D.A. Winstanley, first published in It covers the period from towhen new University Statutes resulting from the Royal Commission were implemented in the face of considerable opposition.
Originally published inthis book contains the text of ten lectures arranged by the History of Science Committee at the University of Cambridge in Each speaker covered a different aspect of scientific endeavour, focussing mostly on advances made Pages: By-Ways of Cambridge History As an early student at Newnham College and subsequently as the wife of John Neville Keynes, Florence Ada Keynes (née Brown), () spent her entire adult life living in : By-ways of Cambridge history book University Press.
Cambridge History - a personal view All photos by me. More at my flickr photostream, please By-ways of Cambridge history book. Nota Bene These pages are not being maintained at the moment. There are two main reasons for this: I used to have an office in the city centre right next to the Central Library, which houses the Local History Collection.
Macfarlane, a young English don at Cambridge, produced his first book in Mountains of the Mind was a genre-defying look at man's fixation with. Cambridge's nearest equivalent, a four volume set under the editorship of Christopher Brooke, was marred by the fact that Brooke had to rescue volume 2 from the hands of its author who had got mired in interesting by-ways but was hardly explaining the history of his period, and by Brooke's own treatment from being a breathless attempt /5(3).
She was the first female councillor of Cambridge Borough Council, and was also a town magistrate. At 70 years of age, Keynes became Mayor of Cambridge in Retiring from public duties inshe wrote a personal history of Cambridge, By-Ways of Cambridge History (Cambridge University Press, ).(wiki).
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It includes two halls, The Large Hall and The Small Hall, and is used for many disparate events such as comedy acts, conferences, craft fairs, live music, talks, and is also used by the University of Cambridge for certain examinations.
It is owned and managed by the Cambridge City Architect: Charles Cowles-Voysey. By-Ways of Cambridge History As an early student at Newnham College and subsequently as the wife of John Neville Keynes, Florence Ada Keynes (née Brown, (–) spent her entire adult life living in Cambridge.
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Retiring from public duties inshe wrote a history of Cambridge, By-Ways of Cambridge History (Cambridge University Press, ). In she published a memoir, Gathering up the threads (W Heffer & Son Ltd, ), in which she discusses her ancestors along with the childhoods of her children John Maynard, Margaret and : Florence Ada Brown, 10 March.
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played a prominent part in the municipal life of Cambridge, has been mayor of the town, and has published, ina most in-teresting book of studies entitled By-ways in Cambridge History. (I have to thank Mrs.
Keynes for her kindness in giving me information and. By-ways of Cambridge history. Cambridge. CUP. ISBN [Facsimile reprint. First published ] KINDERSLEY, Lida Lopes Cardozo and SHERWOOD, Thomas Cutting across Cambridge: Kindersley inscriptions in the city and University.
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The Oxford Premier has also been rescheduled for October. Our London Antiquarian Book Fair in June has also been cancelled but will return in May Robert Macfarlane is the author of Mountains of the Mind, The Wild Places, The Old Ways, Landmarks, and The Lost Words, co-created with Jackie Morris.
Mountains of the Mind won the Guardian First Book Award and the Somerset Maugham Award and The Wild Places won the Boardman-Tasker Award. Both books have been adapted for television by the BBC. The Lost Words won the /5(6).
As Dr Maxwell writes in his preface to this book, his aim has been to instruct through entertainment. Thus a number of by-ways appear which, it is hoped, may amuse the professional, and help to tempt back to the subject those who thought they were losing interest.' The standard of knowledge expected is fairly elementary.
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