Thomas Herbert Warren
Educated at Clifton College school, he entered Balliol College, Oxford in 1872, becoming a Fellow in 1877. He was President of Magdalen College, Oxford from 1885–1928, and served as Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University from 1906–10 and as Oxford Professor of Poetry 1911–16.
Warren wrote By Severn Sea and Other Poems.
- "Previous Vice-Chancellors". University of Oxford, UK. Retrieved July 13, 2011.
- Peter Gordon, John White (1979). Philosophers as Educational Reformers. Routledge. ISBN 978-0-7100-0214-3.
- Cyril Bailey, Warren, Sir (Thomas) Herbert (1853–1930), Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, September 2004. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/36754
- Books listed by Alibris.
- Photographs in the National Portrait Gallery (London)
- Warren, Sir Thomas Herbert (1853-1930) Knight, President of Magdalen College Oxford, Janus, University of Cambridge, UK
- thePeerage.com information
- Warren, Sir Thomas Herbert (1853–1930) Knight President of Magdalen College Oxford, National Archives, UK
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