Educated at Rugby School, Gray (1880-1935) was admitted as a registrar in 1903; he held various appointments in Oxford until retirement (1916). He was a Liberal Member of Parliament, 1922-24, and declined a parliamentary candidature in 1930. He toured the Oxfordshire workhouses disguised as a tramp, and reported of this experience in The Tramp (1931).
See list of letters .
Source: www ; F. Gray, Confessions of a Candidate (London: M. Hopkinson, 1925); The Times index.
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