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Samuel Whitley (fl 1919-1930) and his wife Frances were the father and mother- in-law of Brigadier Frank Reginald Lindsay Goadby. In 1930 he led the British National Union Empire Farmers' tour of New Zealand and Australia.
Diary of the British National Union Empire Farmers' tour of New Zealand and Australia, 1930, with associated printed material and an album of photographs.
The papers were donated to the library through the Oxford Development Records Project in June/July 1981.Access Conditions
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Listed as no. 653 in Manuscript Collections in Rhodes House Library Oxford, Accessions 1978-1994 (Oxford, Bodleian Library, 1996).Related Units of Description
Diary and letters home by his son-in-law, Brigadier Frank Reginald Lindsay Goadby, on his New Zealand tour, 1949, with an album of photographs (ref. MSS. N.Z. s. 8).
Whitley | Samuel R. | fl 1919-1930 | farmer
British National Union Empire Farmers
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