Personal Papers of James Duff
||Personal Papers of James Duff
||Duff, James Duff, 1860-1940, classicist and Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge
|Extent and Medium
||1 file; Paper
||Girton College Archive, Cambridge
|Content and context|
James Duff was educated at Fettes and Trinity College, Cambridge where he read Classics 1878-82 (BA 1882, MA 1885), becoming a Fellow of Trinity in 1883. He was an eminent Latinist, a translator of the Loeb Lucan, as well as translating Russian authors, and an editor of many school texts. He was also a College Lecturer in Classics and taught language to Girton and Newnham students for over fifty years.
Papers relating to the retirement of James Duff in 1934 as a lecturer in Classics for Girton, including presentation, menu at retirement dinner, poem etc.
0102/17 - Given by Christian Duff, April 2002.
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Please cite as Girton College Archive, Cambridge, Personal Papers of James Duff, GCPP Duff
|Duff, James Duff (1860-1940) classicist|
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