D484 - Bailey, M. C. - 1960-1963

The student papers of Mary Cecilia Bailey consist of General Studies notes and essays produced between 1960 and 1963. The subjects covered include English, Economics and, in particular, Geography. The collection also includes a photograph of staff and students from the Geography department taken in...

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Archive level description: Sub-sub fonds
Physical Description:Two boxes and one oversized item
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Summary:The student papers of Mary Cecilia Bailey consist of General Studies notes and essays produced between 1960 and 1963. The subjects covered include English, Economics and, in particular, Geography. The collection also includes a photograph of staff and students from the Geography department taken in 1961 and an examination timetable from June 1963.
Date:1960-1963
Reference Number:D484
Accruals:There are no anticipated accruals
Access Conditions:Access is open to bona fide researchers
Arrangement:

The material in this collection has been been arranged according to the original order (the items had been labelled by M.C. Bailey according to academic year and subject) and academic year:

  • D484/1: Academic Year One
  • D484/2: Academic Year Two
  • D484/3: Academic Year Three
Custodial History:Previously in the custody of M. C. Bailey
Finding Aids:There is a hard copy of this finding aid for consultation in the reading room
Related Material:Also held within Special Collections and Archives are the papers of some of M C Bailey's tutors: Papers of Dr Reginald T. Davies, M.C. Bailey's English tutor: D895 Microfilm of the papers of Professor G.L.S. Shackle, M.C. Bailey's Economics tutor: D29Also see Archive of the University of Liverpool: Records of the Faculty of ArtsSee Archive of the University of Liverpool: Records of Graduates of the University of Liverpool
Access Restrictions:Reproduction and licensing rules available on request
Biographical/Administrative Information:Mary Cecilia Bailey studied General Studies at the University of Liverpool between 1960 and 1963 and obtained her BA on 11th July 1963. She went on to obtain her Certificate in Education, Div. 1 on 7th July 1964. In the first year of the General Studies degree, students at the University of Liverpool were required to study four subjects including an introductory course. In the second year three subjects were studied and in the third year two subjects. One subject was to be studied for three years and at least one other for two years. There were examinations in all subjects at the end of each academic year and the degree was awarded on the combined results of the second and third year examinations.