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Central Joint Advisory Committee on Tutorial classes, 1909

The Joint Committee was formed by 7 persons nominated by the Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University and 7 by the Workers' Educational Association (WEA) (formed 1903). The Committee was established following a conference held in Oxford in 1907 which produced a report entitled 'Oxford and Working Class Education'.

Back row: S. Ball, J.A.R. Marriott

Middle row: A. Wilkinson, W.H. Berry, Prof H.H. Turner, J.M. MacTavish (WEA General Secretary 1916-1923), H.B. Lees-Smith, Richardson Campbell

Front row: C.W. Bowerman (TUC Parliamentary Committee 1897-1911, TUC Secretary 1911-1923), A.E. Zimmern, D.G. Shackleton (TUC Parliamentary Committee 1904-1910, TUC President 1908-1909), Vice-Chancellor of Oxford, T.B. Strong, Albert Mansbridge (founder of WEA and secretary 1903-1916), A.L. Smith.

Title Central Joint Advisory Committee on Tutorial classes, 1909
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Production Date 1909
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Holding Institution TUC Library Collections, London Metropolitan University
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