Edgehill Guild Newsletter

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Edgehill Guild Newsletter

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  • 1902-1984 (Creation)

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30 cm of textual records

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Edgehill Guild Newsletters for 1954, 1959-1960 donated by Kay Stanfield in July 1995.

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Edgehill Guild Magazine (1902-1962) and the Edgehill Guild Newsletter (1963-1984). The Edgehill Guild Magazine was started in 1902. In the Guild minutes of 1962 it was decided to publish a News Sheet instead of magazine, and the name was changed to the Edgehill Guild News, later the Edgehill Guild Newsletter. Editors of the Edgehill Guild Magazine included A. Starr (1913), J. Weeks (1917), Madeline McDeinout (1919), Catherine Coll (1920), Violet Kaulbach (1922-1923), A. Peake and D. Simpson (1924-1928), Mrs. White (1929), Miss Crossby (1939), Joan Bromley (1955), M. Eaton (1959-1963), Alice MacKinnon (1964-1966), Connie Crossley (1967-1978), Rita Dixon (1979-1980), June Muir (1983).

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Boxes 57-58

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