Reference NumberS/HWC
TitleRecords of the Highway Clubs (Incorporated)
DescriptionRecords of the Highway Clubs (photograph albums, press cuttings, visitors' books, printed reports, news letters, etc.)

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Extent2 boxes, 5 files and 13 volumes
AdminHistoryThe Highway Clubs, situated in and around the Highway (previously known as Broad Street and St George Street), Ratcliff, were for boys and girls from 13 to 18 years of age and provided a wide range of leisure activities and holiday opportunities. The history of the Clubs, which had their origin in the founding by F C Mills (1857 - 1938) of the Broad Street Boys' Club in 1886, is recounted by F C Wright in item S/HWC/4.
CustodialHistoryDeposited by Mrs M Hoare, widow of Mr J E Hoare, president of the Association of Highway Clubs Old Members, per Mr F C Wright, 18 December 1986.
SubjectYouth organisations
Access StatusOpen
RequestNO - This does not represent a physical document. Please click on the reference number and view list of records to find material available to order at file or item level.


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