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Papers of Julian Lambart, 1959-1967



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A King's Scholar 1906 - 1912, he was in the Newcastle Select 1910 - 1912, Captain of the School and Secretary of the Musical Society. After King's College Cambridge he served in the Royal Field Artillery during WW1 (being awarded the Croix de Guerre) before returning to teach at Eton in 1919. In 1959, having held a house from 1928 - 1946 and served as Lower Master from 1945 - 1959, he was elected Vice-Provost. He finally retired in 1967.


1904 - 2001

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1 box

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These papers include letters from his tutor, A. B. Ramsay, with an account of returning a piece of marble to the Acropolis, personal papers relating to his service in WW1, and letters to him from C.J. Rowlatt, later a master at Eton, also describing wartime experiences. There are 13 sermons, mainly preached in Lower Chapel, and notes for speeches. Subjects of official correspondence include the replacement of the east window in College Chapel, trees in the playing fields, the Hymn Book Committee, the College Chapel kneelers, fee increases and the Investment Committee. There are examples of verses and Sunday Questions and various pamphlets and offprints.

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