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Collection Level Description: Papers of P.H.C. Clarke

Reference: GB 0162 MSS. Afr. s. 2266
Title: Papers of P.H.C. Clarke
Dates of Creation: c1990
Extent: 85 ff.

Language of Material: English

Administrative/Biographical History

Philip H.C. Clarke (b 1918) was educated at Whitgift (Trinity) School, Croydon and the London School of Economics, London University, undertaking military service, 1939-1946 (Major). He served as education officer, Tanganyika, 1947-1965. He also worked in Zambia, [1969-1971].

Scope and Content

Development of Education in pre-Independent Africa: notes on education in Tanganyika 1947-1961, a revised typescript version, c1990, of an earlier paper (see Related material.

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Immediate Source of Acquisition

The papers were donated to the library by Clarke in September 1993.

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Related Units of Description

Memorandum on experiences in the Education Service, Tanganyika/Tanzania, 1947-1968, with teaching papers, correspondence, articles, etc. relating to this and to his service in Zambia, 1969-1971 (ref. MSS. Afr. s. 1755 (84, 119)).

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Clarke | Philip H.C. | b 1918 | education officer

Education | Tanzania | History

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