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18. 19. less certainly were prohibited from applying). Although technically their scholarships were terminated upon marriage, the awards were immediately reinstated afterward, though the women were never awarded an increase in stipend like their male counterparts were. In a somewhat complicated twist, the first such case occurred when Susan Long (’57) happened to marry another Marshall Scholar, Tony Quainton (’57) in 1958 (in which case neither received a supplementary marital stipend). Supra (chapter 5).
We think it would be wrong to tie the scholarships to any particular universities,” advised Sir Edward Hale, Secretary to the University Grants Committee, an advisory committee to the British government on grant distribution, to a Treasury official involved in the matter. ”5 One month later, Makins called a joint meeting between Treasury, Foreign Office, and Education officials. 6 Spreading Scholars around, however, presented another issue. The Foreign Office wanted the Scholarship to become a long-lasting, recognizable institution to Americans.
The National Archives, FO 371/91013, 30 July 1951. 7. Curle to Makins, The National Archives, FO 371/91013, 26 June 1951. 8. Sir John Maud (Education) to Makins, The National Archives, FO 371/91013, 11 June 1951. 9. Hector Hetherington (CVCP) to Hale, The National Archives, UGC 7/931, 10 September 1951. 10. Playfair to Hale, The National Archives, FO 371/91013. 11. Curle, The National Archives, FO 371/91013, 16 March 1951. 12. Makins to Prime Minister Clement Attlee, The National Archives, FO 371/91013, 8 August 1951.