Rose Graham (Q57)

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  • Dr Rose Graham
  • Miss Rose Graham, D.Litt, FSA
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Rose Graham
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  • Miss Rose Graham
  • Dr Rose Graham
  • Miss Rose Graham, D.Litt, FSA

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12 Ladbroke Gardens, Notting Hill, W11 (English)
1895
51°30'48.93566"N, 0°12'19.08976"W
47 Elgin Crescent, Notting Hill (British English)
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Notting Hill High School Admissions Register 1873-1890 (British English)
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Somerville College Oxford Report, 1913-1914, and Calendar, 1914-1915 ( (English)
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Somerville College Oxford Report, 1913-1914, and Calendar, 1914-1915 (British English)
1887
1894
Graham entered Notting Hill High School from Miss Green's, Ladbroke Grove (English)
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Notting Hill High School Admissions Register 1873-1890 (British English)
1903
1907
Graham is not listed as a student 1905-1906 (English)
1903-4 Michaelmas 6467 Lent 5467 Summer 5467 // 1904-5 Michaelmas 6908 Lent 6908 Summer 6908 // 1906-7 Michaelmas 8426 Lent 8426 Summer 8426 (English)
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LSE Unregistered 19/16 Register of Students 1895-1917 (English)
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Somerville College Register, 1879-1959, Oxford University Press, 1961 (English)
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Somerville College Register, 1879-1959, Oxford University Press, 1961 (English)
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Somerville College Register, 1879-1959, Oxford University Press, 1961 (British English)
Graham (English)
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Canterbury and York Society AGM 1937 (pamphlet) (British English)
Graham is listed as an Ordinary Member of the London Local Committee (British English)
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British Federation of University Women Annual Report 1919-1920 (British English)
Graham was listed as a Student Member. (English)
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Volumes of AEW Calendars 1900-1907 & 1913 St Hugh's College SHG/R/2/1/1-3 [Digital Bodleian] (English)
Lecturer (presumably), English Monastic System (English)
Graham's name is included in a list entitled "Professors, Lecturers etc." (English)
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The Yearbook Of The Universities Of The Empire 1935 (English)
Graham was Honorary Secretary of the Literature Committee (British English)
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The Conservative and Unionist Women's Franchise Review, No 3 (May 1910), p 27 (British English)
This title is available at LSE Digital Library (British English)
Graham is listed on as a member of the Committee of the London Local Committee (British English)
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British Federation of University Women Annual Report 1919-1920 (British English)
17 March 1926Gregorian
Graham regularly attended Council Meetings. (British English)
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SAL 03/01/012 SAL Council Book 12 [20 Feb 1918-18 Oct 1933] (British English)
25 April 1928Gregorian
In early 1930, as a member of the Executive Committee Graham was working on arrangements relating to the slide collection of Charles Keyser, which Miss Keyser had offered to the British Archaeological Association and which Graham proposed might be held in the Society on behalf of the BAA. (English)
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SAL 03/01/012 SAL Council Book 12 [20 Feb 1918-18 Oct 1933] (British English)
SAL 04/01 SAL Exec Committee Minute Book 9 1924-1934 (English)
14 March 1928Gregorian
honorariums of £50 to be awarded to each member of the Committee on the publication of the volume assigned to them (English)
In 1929 Graham proposed that REM Wheeler should be elected the RAI's Permanent Editor. (English)
As a member of the Editorial Committee, Graham attended Council meetings regularly (English)
1931
Graham is one of the named respondents in the discussion following meeting presentations (British English)
3 April 1901Gregorian
7 February 1923Gregorian
Graham is one of the named respondents in the discussion following meeting presentation (British English)
2 April 1924Gregorian
Graham is one of the named respondents in the discussion following meeting presentation (British English)
3 February 1926Gregorian
Graham is one of the named respondents in the discussion following meeting presentation (British English)
3 March 1926Gregorian
Graham is one of the named respondents in the discussion following meeting presentation (British English)
2 June 1926Gregorian
Graham is one of the named respondents in the discussion following meeting presentation (British English)
3 November 1926Gregorian
Graham is one of the named respondents in the discussion following meeting presentation (British English)
The Order of St Antoine de Vienne and its English Commandery (British English)
2 February 1927Gregorian
Graham's paper was illustrated with lantern slides (British English)
2 November 1927Gregorian
Graham is one of the named respondents in the discussion following meeting presentation (British English)
4 December 1929Gregorian
Graham (now Dr Rose Graham) is one of the named respondents in the discussion following meeting presentation (British English)
9 April 1930
Graham is one of the named respondents in the discussion following meeting presentation (British English)
11 June 1930
Graham is one of the named respondents in the discussion following meeting presentation (British English)
8 April 1931
Graham is one of the named respondents in the discussion following meeting presentation (British English)
9 December 1931
Graham is one of the named respondents in the discussion following meeting presentation (British English)
4 April 1932
Graham is one of the named respondents in the discussion following meeting presentation (British English)
2 November 1932
Graham is one of the named respondents in the discussion following meeting presentation (British English)
7 November 1934
Graham is one of the named respondents in the discussion following meeting presentation (British English)
7 December 1938
Graham is one of the named respondents in the discussion following meeting presentation (British English)
The Chancel of the English Parish Church in the Fourteenth Century (British English)
3 February 1943
Graham's paper was illustrated with lantern slides. (British English)
21 February 1945
Graham is one of the named respondents in the discussion following meeting presentation (British English)
21 March 1945
Graham is one of the named respondents in the discussion following meeting presentation (British English)
11 March 1910Gregorian
The Women's Charter (British English)
Graham's address related to Lady McLaren's book The Women's Charter (British English)
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The Common Cause, 17 March 1910, p 690 (British English)
This paper is available at LSE Digital Library (British English)
10 June 1910Gregorian
Graham was the named speaker at a Suffrage Study Class, held at 29 Iverna Gardens, Kensington, discussing "The Economic Aspect of Women Suffrage" (British English)
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The Conservative and Women's Franchise Review, No 3 (May 1910) p 38 (British English)
This title is available at LSE Digital Library (British English)
Graham spoke at a meeting of the Old Girls' Association of Notting Hill High School (British English)
A Forgotten English Saint (British English)
11 January 1900Gregorian
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Notting Hill High School Magazine 1900 (British English)
16 November 1910Gregorian
Graham is one of the named supporters at a meeting held to duscuss women's suffrage. (British English)
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Notting Hill High School Magazine, 1910 (British English)
13 March 1930
The Monastery at Cluny (English)
Graham and Clapham co-presented this paper (English)
16 February 1933
A picture-book of the life of St Anthony the abbot (English)
23 April 1925Gregorian
The Order of Grandmont and its houses in England (English)
Graham and Clapham co-presented this paper. (English)
22 October 1947
Graham is one of the named respondents in the discussion following meeting presentation (English)
Graham was appointed as the Society of Antiquaries' representative at the Conference (British English)
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SAL 03/01/012 SAL Council Book 12 [20 Feb 1918-18 Oct 1933] (British English)
9 February 1928Gregorian
Permission to republish her paper on the Order of Grandmont in a volume of medieval papers and permission to reproduce the plan of the lavatory at St Nicholas, Exeter. (English)
Permission was granted (English)
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SAL 04/01 SAL Exec Committee Minute Book 9 1924-1934 (English)
Letters relating to Graham's work with the VCH (English)
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VCH 1/3/180 Central VCH Office Correspondence (English)
Graham was acknowledged for supplying evidence that Richborough Chapel and Fleet church were the same. (English)
Graham reproduced an illustration from the Journal on behalf of Chaumartin (English)
7 March 1934
28 April 1910Gregorian
Graham's meeting, held at the Horbury Rooms, was aimed at women and men involved in business (British English)
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The Common Cause, 5 May 1910, p 62 (British English)
This is available at LSE Digital Collections (English)
http://searcharchives.bl.uk/IAMS_VU2:LSCOP_BL:IAMS036-001952520
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25645
https://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/library/browse/personDetails.xhtml?personId=25645
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0000000062995649
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Q10861702
https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q10861702
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lccn-no2007106299/
https://worldcat.org/identities/lccn-no2007106299/
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