Catalogue description MARIST COLLEGE, HULL

This record is held by East Riding of Yorkshire Archives and Local Studies Service

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Reference: DDMA

Includes: Log Book 1945-1965 and 1967-1968. Admissions and attendance 1926-1988 including register of pupils; pupils' register form; admission register. Examinations 1925-1973 including term examinations mark book; board of honour; external examination results. Staff 1948-1961 comprising staff salaries book. Timetables 1935-1939 comprising timetable book with term marks. Headmaster's miscellanea 1927-1934 and 1973 including headmaster's notes, speeches, reports, newscuttings etc. College administration 1926-1969 including history and organisation of school; Hull Education Committee; East Riding Education Authority; Hull Education Department; miscellaneous documents. Accounts 1925-1980 including fee-payers cash book; school receipts book; imprest account rough book; stock ledger. Premises and extensions 1954-1971 including proposed extensions; plan of proposed first-floor classrooms; site plans; plans and elevations for sixth form conversion. Publications 1927-1988 including Marist College, a commemorative souvenir; Golden Jubilee magazine [1925-1975]; garden fete programme; prize day programme and list; college magazine; Endsleigh College magazine; postcard photograph of college chapel exterior; Golden Jubilee Ball posters. Photographs 1925-1988 including photograph album showing the opening of St Peter's church; panoramic photograph of entire school. Films 1960-1964 including colour film of first speech day in new hall. Parent's Association 1954-1980 including Parent's Association minute book; Parent's Association register of members; Parent's Association Silver Jubilee celebrations. Tennis club 1936-1941 comprising tennis club book including accounts and members results of matches in Hull Tennis League 1938.

Date: 1925-1988
Held by: East Riding of Yorkshire Archives and Local Studies Service, not available at The National Archives
Language: English

Marist College, Hull

Physical description: 10 cubic feet
  • Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
  • Kingston upon Hull, Humberside
Administrative / biographical background:

Established in 1925 in Cottingham Road as a Roman Catholic boys' grammar school by the Marist Brothers, the College was recognized by the Board of Education in 1936 and became voluntary aided in 1945. The school closed in 1988.

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