|Admin History||Edward Frederick Holwell Dunnicliff was born in Nottingham in 1901, the son of Frederick John Dunnicliff. He was educated at Nottingham High School; Worcester College, Oxford; and St Stephen's House, Oxford. He began his clerical career as Curate of Blidworth, Nottinghamshire, 1924-1927 and Curate-in-Charge of Chilwell, Nottinghamshire, 1927-1928. He was appointed vicar of Ollerton, Nottinghamshire in 1928, and moved to St Lawrence, Mansfield in 1934. He was a keen local historian and his book 'The Story of Selston Parish Church Nottinghamshire' was published in 1949.|
|Custodial History||The collection was acquired by the University of Nottingham's Department of Manuscripts in May 1973.|
|Description||This collection, which was formerly stored in a box-file marked 'Magazine Printing', includes the following series.|
Correspondence sent to Rev. Dunnicliff relating to the a range of local and parish affairs at Ollerton. Correspondents include senior officers of Nottinghamshire County Council (Education Committee), and the Butterley Company Limited (Colliery Department). 1931-1932 (MS 227/1);
Receipts and invoices sent to Rev. Dunnicliff relating to the parish, particularly for printing undertaken by Henry Waby of Ollerton. 1931-1932 (MS 227/2);
Papers relating to the union of part of the Parish of Boughton with part of the Parish of Ollerton, Nottinghamshire. They include a map showing the area concerned, typescript draft of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners' scheme for the union, and typescript statement by the manager of the Butterley Co. Ltd. 1932 (MS 227/3);
Papers relating to the parish magazine including draft manuscript text, accounts and circulation list. 1931-1932 (MS 227/4);
Ephemera and occasional notices, including arrangements for social events and charitable provision. 1931-1932 (MS 227/5).