Money, A.E. 1920-

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Money, A.E. 1920-
(Anthony Erskine Money, Tony Money)


PERSONAL:

Born July 25, 1920, in Cheam, Surrey, England; son of David Frederick (in timber trade) and Muriel Edith (a homemaker) Money. Ethnicity: "Caucasian." Education: Trinity College, Oxford, M.A., 1940. Politics: Conservative. Religion: Church of England. Hobbies and other interests: "Books and newspapers, following most sports in the latter."

ADDRESSES:

Home—24 Roman Rd., Steyning, West Sussex BN44 3FN, England. Office—Radley College, Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX14 2HR, England; fax: 01235-543106. E-mail—[email protected]

CAREER:

Radley College (secondary school), Abingdon, Oxfordshire, England, archivist and president of Common Room, 1958-2006, instructor, 1958-91. Military service: British Army, Infantry, served in Royal East Kent Regiment; became major; received Military Cross.

MEMBER:

Army and Navy Club.

WRITINGS:


(Under name Tony Money) Manly and Muscular Diversions: Public Schools and the Nineteenth-Century Sporting Revival, Duckworth (London, England), 1997.

Football at Radley, 1847-2000, privately printed, 2002.

BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:


PERIODICALS


Contemporary Review, May, 1998, review of Manly and Muscular Diversions: Public Schools and the Nineteenth-Century Sporting Revival, p. 277.

Times Literary Supplement, December 25, 1998, Colin Leach, review of Manly and Muscular Diversions, p. 29.