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|Clapham, John Harold.|
Adm. an exhibitioner at KING'S, Sept. 29, 1892.
S. of John, silversmith, of the Hills, Prestwich, Lancs.
B. Sept. 13, 1873, at Ebor Villas, Broughton Park, Manchester.
School, Leys, Cambridge.
Matric. Michs. 1892; Scholar, 1894; Lightfoot Scholar, 1896; Prince Consort Prize, 1897; B.A. (Hist.
Trip., 1st Class) 1895; M.A. 1899; Litt.D. 1914.
Vice-Provost, 1933-40-. Lecturer in History and Economics, 1898-1902.
Professor of Economics at Leeds University, 1902-8. Professor of Economic History at Cambridge, 1928-38; retired.
Hon. Litt.D., Leeds and Harvard.
During the Great War, at the Board of Trade.
F.B.A.; President, 1940.
President of Section F of the British Association, 1920.
Ford's Lecturer at Oxford, 1926.
Married and had issue.
Author, inter alia, of An Economic History of Modern Britain (3 vols.); Economic Development of France and Germany, 1815-1914, etc.; contributor to the Cambridge Modern History, vols.
X and XI; to the Cambridge Medieval History, vol.
VI, and to the Cambridge History of British Foreign Policy, vols.
I and II. Of Storey's End, Storey's Way, Cambridge.
(Who's Who, 1939.)
|John Harold CLAPHAM |
Approx. lifespan: 18741946
Tripos: Kg's Hist. 1895star
Adm. an exhibitioner King's College 1892:09:29
s. of John CLAPHAM silversmith of the Hills, Prestwich, Lancashire
b. Ebor Villas, Broughton, Park
Manchester, [ Lancashire ] 1873:09:13
School Sch: Leys, Cambridge.
Lightfoot Scholar 1896
Prince Consort Prize 1897
BA Hist. Trip., 1st Class 1895
Lecturer in History and Economics: 1898-1902
Professor of Economics at: : Sch: Leeds University [Leeds], [ West Riding of Yorkshire ] 1902-08
Professor of Economic History at: : Cambridge 1928-38
Hon. Litt. D., Leeds, [ West Riding of Yorkshire ] and
Harvard, [ USA ]
During the Great War[ 1914-18 ], at Board of Trade.
President of: : Section F of British Association 1920
Lecturer at: : Oxford 1926
m. and had issue.
Author, inter alia, of An Economic History of Modern Britain (3 vols.); Economic Development of France and Germany 1815-1914 etc.; contributor to the Cambridge Modern History, vols. X and XI; to the Cambridge Medieval History, vol. VI, and to the Cambridge History of British Foreign Policy, vols. I and II.
Of Storey's End, Storey's Way, Cambridge, [ Cambridgeshire ]
( Who's Who 1939)
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