Further Reading - The School of Pythagoras
Please find below some reading material about the School of Pythagoras
Boys Smith, J.S. (1983) Memories of St. John’s College, Cambridge: 1919-1969. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Brooke, C. and Highfield, R. (1988) Oxford and Cambridge. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Crook, A.C. (1978) Penrose to Cripps: A Century of Building in the College of St. John the Evangelist, Cambridge. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Finch, M. and Deakin, T. (2015). “Preserving the Past”, The Eagle. Vol. 97 (2015) pp. 14-20.
Gray, J. M. (1932) The School of Pythagoras (Merton Hall). The Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 1932. Vol. 5, item 4.
Grose, F. (1785) “The Account of Pythagoras’s School in Cambridge”, Mr Grose’s Antiquities of England and Wales. London.
Harraden, R. (1809) Cantabrigia Depicta: A Series of Engravings, Representing the Most Picturesque and Interesting Edifices in the University of Cambridge, with an Historical and Descriptive Account of Each. Harraden & Son.
Newman, R. (2013) “The School of Pythagoras, St. John's College, Cambridge: An Archaeological Excavation”. Cambridge: Cambridge Archaeological Unit, Report No. 1199.
Parsons, K. (1984) “A Nonconformist School: Llandaff House and its Academy, Regent Street, Cambridge.” First pub. Cambridge Local History Society Bulletin No. 39. With additions from Alice Johnson, "George William Johnson"; Edited by Micheline Johnson, November 1996. Web. 10 November 2015. http://web.ncf.ca/fm120/History/Johnson_Family/LlandaffHouse.html
Phillips, A. (1979) A Newnham Anthology. Cambridge University Press.
Priestley, J.B. (1936) “Foreword”, Cambridge Memories (The Lighter Side of Long Ago). Thornely, T. London: Hamish Hamilton.
Thornely, T. (1920) “Merton Hall, Cambridge”, Verses from Fen and Fell. 2nd Edition (Revised and Enlarged). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 137-138.