Hughes Hall, Cambridge - Further Reading

Further Reading

Histories of the College were written in its Centenary in 1985, and the 125th anniversary of its foundation in 2010:

  • Margaret Bottrall, Hughes Hall 1885-1985 (Cambridge, 1985).
  • M.V. Hughes, A London Girl of the 1880s (Oxford, 1936).

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