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The first released paintings to chart the heritage of the Marshall Scholarship, this booklet info the origins of the Scholarship within the British overseas place of work and hence strains the award's evolution throughout the careers and narratives of a variety of students. It extra explores the advanced and dynamic interplay among schooling and international relations during the broader lens of Anglo-American kinfolk in terms of broad primary-source rfile examine, interviews, and statistical analysis.
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S. ”4 The Foreign Office thus initially proposed that the Marshall Scholarship be the Rhodes’ American, co-ed analog to Cambridge. 5 To create such a parallel scheme, British officials needed to approach the Rhodes Scholarship administration itself for advice. Communication and consultation with the Rhodes’ leadership were impressively close. Allen, the Warden of the ‘Rhodes House,’ the Oxford-based Rhodes nerve center. Allen was a wellspring of information and suggestions. 7 Frank Aydelotte, a famed college president and the first American Secretary to the Rhodes Trust, became the Marshall architects’ closest Rhodes ally.
See: [Untitled drafts], The National Archives, T 220/1195, 1952. This regulation remained the official line until 1973 (when the rule was abolished after 45 Marshall Scholars petitioned against it), but in practice it proved more lenient. ” To this author’s knowledge, no woman who married during her Marshall Scholarship was ever permanently shut out of the program (though count- 34 DIPLOMAS AND DIPLOMACY 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. less certainly were prohibited from applying).
18. Curle, 5 January 1951. 19. Curle, “Question of Presenting a Copy of MAGNA CARTA to the United States in Gratitude for Marshall Aid,” The National Archives, FO 371/91013, 16 March 1951. The Bath City Council in fact did offer to loan the White House 18th century chandeliers, but it is not clear whether this gesture was coordinated with the Foreign Office. The White House refused the loan. “Turn Down Loan of Chandeliers to White House,” Chicago Daily Tribune, 5 April 1950, p. 7. 20. Playfair, The National Archives, T 220/1194, 16 February 1949.