About this Archive
(b 1894) co-operator
No further information at present.
Scope and content
- Material relating to Dutch's conscientious objection during the First World War and as a relief worker in France and Poland after the War, including transcript of interview with the Imperial War Museum, material regarding his imprisonment in Chelmsford Gaol and later press cuttings, 1942
- Papers relating to Dutch's involvement with the London Co-operative Society and its Committee of Management, including correspondence with David Hutton and other individuals and organisations, handwritten diary recording Dutch's service on the Committee of Management, notes on a co-operative trip in Bulgaria and ephemera and handbills covering his activities, 1928-1964.
Formed in 1920
Formed in 1883
formed in 1847
Eton Manor Boys’ Club was founded in 1909 in Hackney and was funded and run by four Old Etonians (Arthur Villiers, Gerald Wellesley, Alfred Wagg, and Sir Edward Cadogan) until it closed in 1967. The clubhouse, together with its nearby sports ground (The Wilderness), provided first-class sports and social facilities for boys aged 14 to 18, and who subsequently became members of the Old Boys’ Club. Eton Manor Boys’ Club boasts many former members who became international sportsmen.