Annie Rogers

Standard Name: Rogers, Annie
Used Form: A. M. A. H. Rogers


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Textual Production Jan Morris
Morris was writing too early to know of the existence of that splendid Oxford satirist Alicia D'Anvers , or to include in a section called Port and PrejudiceMary Jones 's early-eighteenth-century fantasy of a...


1870: Oxford University permitted the Delegacy...

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Oxford University permitted the Delegacy of Local Examinations to examine girls in secondary education.

1873: Administrative consternation was caused when...

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Administrative consternation was caused when the top-ranked candidate in the Oxford Senior Local Examination turned out to be a woman, or girl: the seventeen-year-old Annie Rogers . Girls had been eligible to sit these exams...

October 1886: St Hugh's College for women was founded at...

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October 1886

St Hugh's College for women was founded at Oxford University; its first principal was Anne Moberly .


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