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1 Salisbury Villas

Letter from V. C. Radmore, H. M. of Works to Bernard Manning (Bursar) encouraging the College to let them have possession of the property immediately for an Unemployment Assistance Board, and then work out the terms of an Agreement

10 Fair Street

Agreement to pay increase in rent as follows:
"In consideration of the College agreeing to enlarge the yard at the back of my House and providing me with a new Coal Cellar and improving the existing W. C. I the undersigned [Arthur F. Bush] agree to undertake to pay an increased rent at the rate of two pounds (£2) per annum as from Christmas next"

10 New Square

Letter from the Bursar to H. M. Inspector of Taxes confirming that on the expiry of the lease on No. 10 at Ladyday 1934 the property was let to Mrs South. The yard and building at the back fronting Elm Street was let to Mt. T. W. Neech

11 New Square

Letter from J. H. H. Goodwin (Bursar) to "Madam" [possibly Margaret Sancroft who held a lease in 1880] offering her a new lease for 40 years from 6th April 1902

1-2 and 8-10 New Square

Particulars and Conditions of Sale - List of freehold and leaseholds for sale at the Lion Hotel Cambridge on 8th May 1895. Relates to Nos. 1, 2, 8, 9 and 10 New Square. Gives a description for each property including rooms, number of bedrooms, outhouses or store rooms, rent and to whom it is currently leased:
No. 1 Mrs Jones yearly rent of £30
No. 2 Mr Johnson yearly rent of £30
No. 8 Mrs Diddams yearly rent £25
No. 9 Mrs Emmerson yearly rent of £22
No. 10 Mr E. J. Wallis yealy rent of £24

12 New Square

Letter from Hugh Shield (Bursar) to Mr John Yeoman offering him a new 40 year lease from 10th October 1880 for premises assigned by him to Mr Henry Houlden. Also a site plan showing the outline of the property including dimensions and the names of the neighbouring lessees

12-14 Manor Street

Letter referring to the lease of 12, 13 and 14 Manor Street and 83 King Street

126, 128 and 130 Tenison Road

  • JCCA/JCAD/3/CAM/TENR/1/2/2
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  • 14th January 1946 - 18th January 1946
  • Part of College Archives

Three letters concerning Nos. 126-130 Tenison Road:

(1) 14th January 1946 - from Ernest Lloyd to the Bursar asking him to reconsider the College's decision not to allow the purchaser (Mr Ridgeon, seed merchant) to occupy the premises. He explains that Mr G. C. Bedwell of Hills Road left the properties to his children and his eldest daughter was entirely dependent on the rent. She had already lost two quarters rent due to the College's decision

(2) 17th January 1946 - from Ernest Lloyd to the Bursar thanking him for his phone call and confirming he had contacted their Agents, Messrs R. C. Knight & Sons, and asked them to forward the particulars of the properties to the College

(3) The particulars giving a detailed description of the property

13 New Square

Letter from Francis & Co to the Bursar informing him they had dealt with an assignment of No. 13. Mr Frederick George Jenkins (personal representative of Katharine Jenkins, late of No. 13 New Square) had given his assent to the assignment of the lease to Marion Hannah Lancaster

13 Station Road

  • JCCA/JCAD/3/CAM/STA/13/3/1
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  • 21 January 1924 - 26 January 1924
  • Part of College Archives

Letter from Dorothy Spens to Jesus College asking if they would consider letter the Cambridge Shelter for Girls purchase the remainder of the lease. They would then use the house as a hostel for 3 or 4 girls.

Letter from Francis & Co to Bernard Manning (Jesus College) advising that the lease stipulates that the house is only to be used as a private residence. They say that the lease could be granted to Mrs Spens as a private individual but the College could not recognise the purpose which she has in view.

13 Station Road

  • JCCA/JCAD/3/CAM/STA/13/3/2
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  • 24 September 1945 - 25 March 1946
  • Part of College Archives

Two letters from J. Carter, Jonas & Sons (Land Agent) to the Bursar: (1) stating that the tenant Mr Simpson had died and Mr F. Andrews (builder) had applied for the tenancy on behalf of his son in law. He was recommended as a tenant as during the war years he had turned down Government contracts in order to carry out local work including a good deal for the College; (2) confirmation of receipt of a cheque for dilapidations from the executors of Mr Simpson and request for permission to pass this on to the current tenant, Mr Bayliss as per the lease agreement.

15 Park Street, 1900

Letter from Hugh Shield (Bursar) to Mr Saul offering him a fresh lease for 40 years from 29th September 1900

16 Station Road

  • JCCA/JCAD/3/CAM/STA/16/2/1
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  • 17th September 1887 - 13th February 1888
  • Part of College Archives

Letters concerning new lease:

  1. From Henry John Whitehead (solicitor) to Francis, Francis and Parker (solicitor), dated 17th September 1887. States that Mrs Chapman has instructed him to accept the offer of a new lease of Woodstock Villa and St Mary's Villas (currently held under lease dated 27th March 1874) and setting out the terms for the new lease

  2. From Henry John Whitehead to Francis, Francis and Parker, dated 13th February 1888. Returns the draft lease with an alteration allowing lettings of the houses as per the original lease

  3. Plan of the properties showing extent of property and the names of the neighbouring leaseholders

16 Station Road

Letter from J. F. Symonds & Leather, on behalf of Miss Kett, to Francis & Co complaining that 16 Station Road was being used a lodging house contrary to the terms of the leases for 16 & 18 Station Road and asking them to stand by the terms of the lease

J. F. Symonds & Leather

17 New Square

Letter from J. H. H. Goodwin (Bursar) to Mrs Turner offering her a renewal of her lease. Also a site plan showing the outline of the property including dimensions

18 New Square

Letter from Hugh Shield (Bursar) to Mrs Charlotte Hopkins offering her a new lease for 40 years from 6th April 1886 of 18 New Square and 8 (A) Elm Street. Also a site plan showing the outline of the property including dimensions and the names of neighbouring leesees

18 New Square

  • JCCA/JCAD/3/CAM/NEWSQ/18/3/2
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  • 1st September 1941 - 3rd April 1945
  • Part of College Archives

1st September 1941 - Letter from J. Carter Jonas & Sons to the Bursar informing him the wall between Nos. 17 and 18 had fallen down and confirming the wall belonged to No. 18

3rd April 1945 - letter from J. Carter Jonas & Sons to the Bursar informing him that after an inspection they had drawn up a list of dilapidations amounting to £87 2. 6d. but stating much more needed to be done on the property before re letting to Mr Baker as no work had been done for a number of years. Mr Baker had also requested that the house should be wired for electric lighting

18 Park Street

Letter from the Bursar to J. Carter Jonas & Sons informing them of a change of tenancy from Mrs King to Captain Holmes and asking for them to arrange to have the house de-requisitioned

18 Station Road

  • JCCA/JCAD/3/CAM/STA/18/2/1
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  • 29th August 1944 - 27th March 1946
  • Part of College Archives

Consists of 2 letters from J. Carter Jonas & Sons (Land Agents) to the Bursar: (1) stating that Miss Kett had been granted an abatement in the rent of £5 owing to war conditions and asking this be extended as conditions were worse than during the war and much inconvenience had been experienced owing to the houses on both sides having been requisitioned; (2) presenting an account from Mr F. Andrews for work done and giving details about tree roots causing drains to be blocked at 18 Station Road

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

1920 College Christmas card

Contains the message " 'Good fortune spin her shining wheel right merrily for you' With Best Wishes for a very Happy Xmas".

1950 and all that

Typewritten talk with pencil markings titled "1950 and all that" for the Concours Internationale d'Execution Musicale.

Hurford, Peter (1919-1930) ), British organist and composer

1e Symphonie pour Grand Orgue op. 14

1e Symphonie pour Grand Orgue op. 14 [1st Symphony for Grand Organ op. 14]. By Louis Vierne.
Published by J. Hamelle, Editeur, Paris.

Contents:

  • Prelude
  • Fugue
  • Pastorale
  • Allegro Vivace
  • Andante
  • Final

Vierne, Louis

20 Station Road

Letter from Hugh Shield (Bursar) to the Executors of Henry Chapman offering them a new lease of Gordon and Cleveland Villas for 40 years from 25th September 1889 on payment of a fine of £205 6s 3d (to include solicitor's and surveyor's charges, stamps and all expenses). New rent to be set at £26 8s pa for the first 26 years and £31 5s pa for the last 14 years. Attached is a plan showing the size of the properties and the names of the neighbouring leaseholders

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