Baker, T. Barwick Ll. (Thomas Barwick Lloyd), 1807-1886.
Manuscripts and Archives Division
- .08 linear foot (1 folder)
Restricted access; Manuscripts and Archives Division; Permit must be requested at the division indicated.
Collection contains correspondence and a manuscript by Baker. Correspondence, 1877-1883, consists primarily of letters to Josephine Shaw Lowell, American activist and philanthropist, about crime, pauperism, criminals, and prisons. Baker's manuscript concerns reformatory administration.
Thomas Barwick Lloyd Baker (1807-1886) began his career asmagistrate for Gloucestershire, England. He established the Children's Friend School at Hardwicke in 1852 for the purpose of reforming juvenile criminals in the county. He was a chief promoter of the reformatory school system and did much work in connection with prevention of crime and care of discharged prisoners.
Controlled Access Terms
- Baker, T. Barwick Ll. (Thomas Barwick Lloyd), 1807-1886.
- Charities -- England.
- Crime -- England.
- Criminals -- Rehabilitation -- England.
- Poor -- England.
- Prison administration -- England.
- Prisons -- England.
- England -- Social conditions -- 19th century.
Additional Creator Name
- Lowell, Josephine Shaw, 1843-1905.