Harris Manchester College, Oxford University

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Cultural formation Lucy Toulmin Smith
LTS 's family had a long history of involvement in the UnitarianChurch . Her great-great-grandfather, Joshua Toulmin , was a significant figure in the formation of the English Unitarian Church as a distinct denomination, and...
Employer Lucy Toulmin Smith
A year after the library's opening, LTS was elected Librarian and clerical assistant to the Principal of Manchester College , Oxford.
Morgan, Paul. “Manchester College and its Books”. Truth, Liberty, Religion: Essays Celebrating Two Hundred Years of Manchester College, edited by Barbara Smith, Manchester College, pp. 111-26.
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Occupation Lucy Toulmin Smith
LTS retired from her position as Librarian at Manchester College , Oxford, only the month before her death.
Morgan, Paul. “Manchester College and its Books”. Truth, Liberty, Religion: Essays Celebrating Two Hundred Years of Manchester College, edited by Barbara Smith, Manchester College, pp. 111-26.
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Occupation Lucy Toulmin Smith
Manchester College (now Harris Manchester College ) had a long and distinguished history as a Dissenting institution (including spells at York and London) before it moved to Oxford in 1889 and into new buildings...
Occupation Evelyn Underhill
During the academic year 1921-22 EU became the first woman to lecture on religion at Oxford: at Manchester College .
Waithe, Mary Ellen. “Twentieth Century Women Philosophers”. Contemporary Women Philosophers, 1900-Today, edited by Mary Ellen Waithe, Kluwer, pp. 299-80.
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Underhill, Evelyn. The Life of the Spirit and the Life of To-Day. Methuen.
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Author summary Lucy Toulmin Smith
LTS was a literary scholar who served as the first librarian at Manchester College , Oxford. Her writings, which spanned the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, include work on a periodical, scholarly editions...
Residence Lucy Toulmin Smith
She continued to live in Highgate until she was around fifty-six years old, at which time she moved to Oxford to take up her appointment as Librarian at Manchester College .
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
Residence Lucy Toulmin Smith
LTS moved to Oxford on her appointment to Manchester College , and lived there for the rest of her life.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
Textual Production Lucy Toulmin Smith
LTS , who became Librarian at Manchester College in Oxford in the same year, edited for the antiquarian Camden Society a late fourteenth-century text: Expeditions to Prussia and the Holy Land Made by Henry, Earl of Derby (afterwards King Henry IV
Textual Production Evelyn Underhill
EU published The Life of the Spirit and the Life of To-Day, a slightly revised version of her Upton lectures at Manchester College, Oxford , from October 1921 to 1922.
Underhill, Evelyn. The Life of the Spirit and the Life of To-Day. Methuen.
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29 September 1904: Gertrude von Petzold, a German Unitarian,...

Building item

29 September 1904

Gertrude von Petzold , a German Unitarian , became the first woman to act as a minister in England since before the Victorian age.

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