Series FEN - [Box 15] Mary Fenby Donation.

Letter in envelope dated 7 April 1936 from G. H Gray to Miss F. M. Fenby. Letter and calling card in envelope dated 24 April 1930 from A. A. A. Salama to Mary Letter in envelope dated 19 March 1936 from G. H. Gray to Miss F. M. Fenby. Postcard from E. Gray to Miss Fenby dated 11 September. Letter in envelope dated Tuesday 18th from Alice to Mary. Letter in envelope and compliment slip dated 28 October 1925 from G. H. Gray to Miss F. M. I. Fenby. School teachers (Superannuation) Acts 1918 and 1922. Form 60 pen. Fenby, Frances Mary Isabella. Letter dated 21 December 1931 from G. H. Gray. School Teachers (Superannuuation) Acts 1918 and 1922. Form 11 Pen. To F. M. I. Fenby. Letter dated 14 April 1934 from G. H. Gray to Assistant Teachers York Schools.
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[Box 15] Mary Fenby Donation.


  • 1921 - 1938 (Creation)

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1 box containing paper documents, photographs, printed matter. 1 box containing textiles.

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(fl 1921-1938)

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Andy Bowles,

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ISAD(G), Second edition.


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Compiled by Keith Rowntree

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