File RSP/6/8/1 - Programmes of Welcome Home celebrations

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Programmes of Welcome Home celebrations


  • 9 Feb 1899 (Creation)

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4 vols, 3 leather folders, Printed document

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A celebration for Poly Members welcoming Quintin Hogg home on his return from the East Indies, held at the Queen's Hall.

The programme includes printed photographs of: The Poly Council 1898; the Poly Harriers' Club Room; The Poly Athletic Club Room; the Poly Rowing Club, Barnes; the Poly Cycling Club Room; the Headquarters of the Poly Harriers, Pinner; Sunday at home in the Merlborough Room; the Winter Reading Room; Poly Gymnasium; Refreshment Room.

Includes lyrics for Come Lets Us Join The Roundelay, The Windmill, 'Welcome Home' composed by WC Vokes and GR Egerton, O'Er The Hills of Seville, The Millers Wooing and 'the old Poly song' 'Let Brotherly Love Continue'.

Programme includes performances by the Polytechnic Military band, the Polytechnic Select Choir, Calisthenic Display, Polytechnic Mandoline Band, The Poly Past and present (illsurtated by a series of views), Gymnastic Display, Animated Photographs

Four copies, 3 in leather folders labelled Len H Harris, J Sullivan, Mr Douglas M Hogg.

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Status: Open. Access is subject to signing the Regulations for Access form, unless the records are restricted under the Data Protection Act 2018 or under exemptions in the Freedom of Information Act 2000

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