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SOC.98 Records of the Cambridge University Automobile Club, and its nominated successor the Cambridge University Motorcycle Club
SOC.99 Records of the Cambridge Student Christian Council and associated Ecumenical Fellowship Groups
SOC.I Records of the Cambridge University Spanish Society
SOC.II Records of the Athenaeum Club
SOC.III Photographs of plays performed by the Cambridge University German Society; with occasional programme and song score
SOC.IV Papers of Baron Anatole von Hügel (1854-1928) and the Cambridge University Catholic Association
SOC.IX Cricket scoring books of the Cambridge University and College Servants Club
SOC.V Records of Cambridge University Women's Research Club
SOC.VI Correspondence and papers of University film societies
SOC.VII Records of Cambridge University Industrial Society
SOC.VIII Cambridge University Railway Club attendance registers
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Papers of Baron Anatole von Hügel (1854-1928) and the Cambridge University Catholic Association

Title Papers of Baron Anatole von Hügel (1854-1928) and the Cambridge University Catholic Association
Reference GBR/0265/SOC.IV
Creator Hügel, Baron Anatole von
Covering Dates 1890–1934 (start date approximate)
Extent and Medium 1 portfolio, 2 boxes; paper
Repository Cambridge University Archives
Content and context

The papers were transferred to the University Archives on permanent loan by the Chairman of the Cambridge University Catholic Association on 19 March 1977.

The papers were sorted by E. Bullough and Mgr Gilbey. Their numbers are retained leaving several gaps in the series where material was not transferred to the University Archives.

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In English, Latin and French

Please cite as Cambridge University Archives, Papers of Baron Anatole von Hügel (1854-1928) and the Cambridge University Catholic Association, SOC.IV

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The online catalogue for Janus was completed in May 2005.

Index Terms
University/SOC.IV contains:
SOC.IV.1 Papers relating to the address to the Pope, 27 February 1893; with several extraneous items. 1893–1926
SOC.IV.2 A Memorandum on the Universities Question as affecting Catholics (Southwark Press: London, 1894).
2 copies of a printed pamphlet.
SOC.IV.3 A List of the Signatories to the Petition on the Universities Question Addressed to the English Bishops (Southwark Press; London, 1895). Tipped inside the cover is a letter from O. Charlton to E. Bullough, 14 June 1933, sending him the pamphlet.
1 printed pamphlet.
SOC.IV.4 Copy of circular requesting signatures.
1 item.
SOC.IV.5 Draft speech at meeting of the Universities Catholic Education Board; with rough notes.
Creator: Hope, J.F.
5 items.
SOC.IV.6 Carbon typescript entitled 'University Catholic Chaplaincies'.
Creator: [? Bullough, E.].
3 sheets.
SOC.IV.8 Instruction to the Parents, Superiors, and Directors of Catholic Laymen who desire to study in the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge.
Creator: Cardinal Archbishop and Bishops of the province of Westminster.
1 printed pamphlet.
1 Aug. 1896
SOC.IV.9 Financial records. 1893–1902
SOC.IV.11 Announcement of first Catholic lectures in Cambridge on 'Questions of the Day'. E. Cuthbert Butler, O.S.B., was appointed by the English Catholic Bishops to deliver the lectures.
Creator: Butler, E. Cuthbert.
1 sheet.
12 Nov. 1896
SOC.IV.21 Annual report of the Universities Catholic Education Board for the year ending Easter 1899 with accounts and a list of subscribers for Jan.-Dec. 1898.
1 printed pamphlet.
SOC.IV.22 Cambridge Conferences (Burns and Oates Limited: London, 1899). These lectures were delivered to the Catholic Undergraduates of Cambridge University in the chapel of St Edmund's House, Michaelmas Term 1898.
Creator: Rickaby, Joseph , S.J.
1 printed pamphlet.
SOC.IV.25 List of approved lecturers, 1901-2.
Creator: Universities Catholic Education Board.
1 sheet.
2 May 1901
SOC.IV.26 Rough notes on such subjects as support of voters, Bene't House and the first Fisher dinner.
23 items.
SOC.IV.27 Later papers, assembled by E. Bullough. 1910–1929
SOC.IV.28 Baroness von Hügel papers. 1890-Dec. 1931
SOC.IV.29 Papers concerning the petition for the canonisation of Bishop John Fisher and Bishop Thomas More. 1927–1934
SOC.IV.30-37 Correspondence of Baron von Hügel relating to Catholics and education at Cambridge University.
approximately 700 letters in 8 folders.

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