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Archive of the Smyly family

Papers of the Smyly family, particularly H. Jocelyn Smyly (1882-1970), doctor and missionary, his wife Eileen Smyly, née Bell (1894-1987), doctor and missionary, and their sons William Smyly (1922-2018), journalist and teacher, and David Smyly (1923-1990), doctor and missionary.
Extents: 8.68 Linear metres (59 shelfmarks)
Dates: c. 1856-2015
Collection

Conservative Party Archive: Conservative Central Office - Education Department

Papers of the Conservative Party Education Department, 1944-1983.
Extents: 232 shelfmarks
Dates: 1944-1990, n.d.
Collection

Minutes of the Oxford Branch of the Church Association of School Managers and Teachers

Five volumes of minutes of the Oxford branch, 1873-1925.
Extents: 5 shelfmarks
Dates: 1873-1925
Collection

Papers of Alexander Garden Fraser

Memoranda, press cuttings, printed items, correspondence, reports, articles and speeches relating to Fraser's work as a missionary and teacher in Uganda, Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), the Gold Coast (now Ghana), Scotland and Jamaica. Included are circular letters (entitled "Journals" and "Letter to Prayer Helpers") written by Fraser and his wife whilst in Uganda, Ceylon and the Gold Coast, and letters from Fraser to his wife and son ("Sandy").
Extents: 12 boxes
Dates: 1900-1962
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Papers of Phoebe Somers (broadcasts, paintings and drawings)

Carbon copies of typescripts of broadcasts by Somers on African educational themes (1960s); paintings and drawings by Somers from her period as an art teacher in East Africa; small amount of correspondence and photographs (including a photograph of Somers).
Shelfmark: MSS.Afr.t.58
Extents: 1 box
Dates: 1950-1969
Collection

Papers of Phoebe Somers relating to her work in the Education Service in Tanganyika and Kenya

Letters home, articles, photographs and drawings relating to work in the Education Service in Tanganyika and Kenya
Extents: 4 boxes
Dates: 1953-1967
Collection

Papers of Trevor Hearl relating to Saint Helena

Papers collected by Trevor Hearl, teacher, writer and historian, relating to the political, economic and social history of Saint Helena.
Extents: 15.3 Linear metres (113 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1589-2007
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Slides of East Africa scenery, people, etc. belonging to Phoebe Somers

Slides of East African scenery, people, schools, animals and places.
Extents: 3 boxes
Dates: 1950-1969

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Teachers 4
Art teachers -- Africa, East 3
Correspondence 2
Missionaries 2
19th century 1
21st century 1
Africa, East -- Pictorial works 1
China 1
Education 1
Education -- Africa 1
Education -- Kenya 1
Education -- Tanganyika 1
Ghana 1
Great Britain 1
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 20th century 1
Historians 1
Hong Kong | China 1
Ireland 1
Jamaica 1
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Indexed names
Somers | Phoebe | d 1995 | art teacher 2
Church Association of School Managers and Teachers | Oxford branch 1
Church Missionary Society 1
Conservative Party 1
Conservative Party | Conservative Central Office 1
Conservative Party | Education Department 1
Conservative Party | National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations | National Advisory Committees 1
Conservative Party | professional headquarters 1
Fraser | Alexander Garden | 1873-1962 | Missionary and Educationalist 1
Friends' College | Jamaica 1
Hearl | Trevor William | d 2007 | teacher, writer and historian 1
National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations | Conservative and Unionist Teachers' Association. 1
National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations | National Advisory Committee on Education 1
Newbattle Abbey College | Scotland 1
Prince of Wales College and School (Achimota, Ghana) 1
Smyly | David Paul | 1923-1990 | doctor and missionary 1
Smyly | Eileen May | 1894-1987 | doctor and missionary 1
Smyly | Henry Jocelyn | 1880-1970 | doctor and missionary 1
Smyly | William Josiah | 1922-2018 | journalist and teacher 1
Smyly | family 1