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Record of the letters sent by A.N. Prior to the Canterbury University College: in the letter received on 15 November 1945, Prior applied for the position of Temporary Lecturer in Philosophy, while on 14 December 1945 CUC received a telegram by which…

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Record of six letters from Professor A.N. Prior to the Canterbury University College, received in 1954: on 17 February Prior wrote regarding student assistance allowence raised by £ 400; on 2 March Prior recommended Gillian Quentin-Baxter as a…

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Record of a request and two letters from A.N. Prior to the Canterbury University College: on 2 April 1951 Prior asked the university for leave of absence to attend a conference in Australia; on 21 September 1951 the university received Prior's report…

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Record of a letter by A.N. Prior to the Canterbury University College: on 2 May 1949, CUC received Prior's letter regarding the flat at 28 Gloucester Street.

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Record of a report and a letter from A.N. Prior to the Canterbury University College: on 21 March 1950 A.N. Prior advised the university on the results of the examination in Philosophy I; on 29 November 1950, he sent an authorization for payment into…

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Arthur Prior to the CUC Registrar, 23 Dec. 1946, accepting the position of Lecturer in Philosophy

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The Registrar, Canterbury University College to the Secretary of the Universities Bureau of the British Empire, 24 Dec. 1946, informing the Bureau of the appointment of Arthur Prior as a lecturer in philosophy.

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A letter from Arthur Prior to Karl Popper, sent on the 25th of May 1952, in which Prior informes Popper of his intention to apply for the position of Professor of Philosophy at the Canterbury University College, and asks him for a reference letter.

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Record of a letter from Professor A.N. Prior to the Canterbury University College, received on 28 March 1957, requesting a part-time assistant for the Philosophy Department.

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The Universities Bureau of the British Empire to the Canterbury University College Registrar, 3 Jan. 1947, acknowledging the receipt of the letter on the appointment of Lecturer in Philosophy