The Oxford Canning Club, a university club to promote and discuss Tory principles, was founded in 1861.
The records include an incomplete run of minute-books, with some correspondence and printed papers.
The papers were deposited by the secretary of the Club in 1980 and 1987.Access Conditions
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See also the Papers of the Oxford Canning Club (Dep. b. 251, c. 782-3, e. 382). For further correspondence relating to the annual dinner of the Oxford Canning and Chatham Clubs, 1870-1954 and Canning Club committee accounts, 1883-1951, see MSS. Top. Oxon. c. 666-7, d. 733.
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