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  • Event:

    Kent Music Festival

    HEAD ON, Granada TV

    SCENE, Granada TV

    TOPICS NORTH, BBC

    PERSPECTIVE ,MUST WE GROW OLD?, BBC

  • Person:

    : Aslan, Ana, Dr., b.1897 (Gerontologist who discovered Gerovital-H3)

    : Kitts, E. Bernard, Revd.

    : Koester, Mr.

    : Ramos Oliveira, A, Mr. (Republican during the Spanish Civil War)

    : Lobo, Leocadio, Father (Vicar of the Church of San Gines in Madrid, Professor in the Madrid Seminar)

    : Ashbury, James, Mr.

    : Pare, Clive Frederick, Revd. (Minor Canon; headmaster of Canterbury Cathedral Choir School)

    : Murray, Katharine Marjory Stewart, Duchess of Atholl, 1874-1960 (public servant and politician, born Katharine Marjory Ramsay)

    : Layton, Water Thomas, Sir, 1884-1966 (British economist, editor and newspaper proprietor, owner of the 'News Chronicle')

  • Date: 1937 = 1963
  • Brief description:

    Participation in TV programmes, February /March 1962

    Kent Music Festival, October 1962

    Celebration of 10,000th issue of the Daily Worker, October 1962-May 1963

    Retirement as Dean of Canterbury, May 1963

    Condolences on breaking collarbone, March 1962

    Cuban crisis, October 1962

    Involvement in the Spanish Civil War, 1937

  • Identifier: UKC-JOH-COR.1-167
  • Subject keyword:

    Spain--History--Civil War, 1936-1939

    Procaine--Therapeutic use.

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Writings--"Soviet Sixth of the World"

    Daily Worker, Celebration of 10,000th issue--October 1962-May 1963

    Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962

    Christianity--Spain

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Images--T.V. and Radio

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Retirement

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Travels--China--1964

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Health

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Travels--Spanish Civil War

    Johnson family--correspondence

    Johnson family

Further Details

  • Accession Number: 1-167
  • Content date:

    10.1962 = 5.1963

    10.1962

    2.1962

    3.1963

    3.1963

    10.1962

  • Event:

    Kent Music Festival

    HEAD ON, Granada TV

    SCENE, Granada TV

    TOPICS NORTH, BBC

    PERSPECTIVE ,MUST WE GROW OLD?, BBC

  • Organisation:

    : Institute of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Bucharest, Romania

    : Daily Worker Co-operative Society, Ltd.

    : Ashbury Carriage and Wagon Works

  • Associated people:

    : Aslan, Ana, Dr., b.1897 (Gerontologist who discovered Gerovital-H3)

    : Kitts, E. Bernard, Revd.

    : Koester, Mr.

    : Ramos Oliveira, A, Mr. (Republican during the Spanish Civil War)

    : Lobo, Leocadio, Father (Vicar of the Church of San Gines in Madrid, Professor in the Madrid Seminar)

    : Ashbury, James, Mr.

    : Pare, Clive Frederick, Revd. (Minor Canon; headmaster of Canterbury Cathedral Choir School)

    : Murray, Katharine Marjory Stewart, Duchess of Atholl, 1874-1960 (public servant and politician, born Katharine Marjory Ramsay)

    : Layton, Water Thomas, Sir, 1884-1966 (British economist, editor and newspaper proprietor, owner of the 'News Chronicle')

  • Content place: & Durango & Basque Country & Spain
  • Description level: 4
  • Language: English
  • Material type: letter
  • Identity code: UKC/JOH/COR : 1-167
  • Part: Hewlett Johnson Papers
  • Date: 1937 = 1963
  • Recordcreation note: Assumed that "Nora" is this lady.
  • Organisation:

    : Granada TV Network Limited

    : The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)

    : Daily Worker Co-operative Society, Ltd.

    : British Peace Committee

    : Communist Party of Great Britain, Manchester and Salford Area

    : Communist Party of Great Britain, Kent District Committee

    : Communist Party of Great Britain - Executive Committee

    : Canterbury Cathedral Company of Change Ringers

    : Friends of Canterbury Cathedral

    : National Union of Mineworkers, Kent Area

    : World Council of Peace Presidential Committee

    : Cathedral Choir School

    : British Soviet Friendship Society, Brighton and Hove Branch

    : University of London Goldsmith's College

    : Britain-China Friendship Association

    : Agudas Israel World Organisation, Faversham Branch

    : Royal Museum and Public Library, Canterbury

    : The Workers' Education Association, Canterbury Branch

    : Invalid Trycycle Association

    : People's Press Fighting Fund

    : Canterbury Choral Society

    : Womans' Cooperative Guild

    : Spanish Women's Committee for Help to Spain

    : Indipendent Labour Party

    : British Rumanian Friendship Association

    : Office of the Charge d'Affaires of the People's Republic of China, London

    : Institute of Handicraft Teachers and the College of Handicraft

    : Womens' International League for Peace and Freedom

    : Christian Foodship Committee

    : Holborn and West Central London committee for Spanish Medical Aid

    : Hull Joint Committee for Spanish Relief

    : Ambulance for Spain Committee - Southend-on-Sea and District

    : The Friends of Spain, London

    : Relief Committee for Victims of Fascism

    recipient : 'The Catholic Times'

    recipient : 'Church Times'

  • Person:

    correspondent : Shulman, Milton, Mr., 1913-2004 (Canadian author, film and theatre critic)

    correspondent : Meijer, Selma, Ms.

    correspondent : Townsend, William, Mr.

    correspondent : Brown, Isabel, Ms. (Secretary of the Relief Committee for Victims of Fascism)

    correspondent : Brockway, Fenner, Mr., 1888-1988 (Socialist activist and Secretary of the Independent Labour Party, 1937)

    correspondent : Warren, G.E., Mr. (Honorary Secretary of the Ambulance for Spain Committee - Southend-on-Sea & District)

    correspondent : Laurie, Hannah S., Mrs. (Honorary Secretary of the Christian Foodship Committee)

    correspondent : Moreno, Enrique, Prof.

    correspondent : Springer, M.R., Mr. (Honorary Secretary of the Agudas Israel World Organisation)

    correspondent : Heads, Barrie, Mr. (Executive Producer at Granada TV Network Limited, Manchester 3)

    correspondent : Sheppard, H. F. G., Mr.

    correspondent : Dribbon, Jack, Mr. (Secretary of the Britain-China Friendship Association)

    correspondent : Cohen, David, Mr. (Chairman of the British Soviet Friendship Society, Brighton and Hove Branch)

    correspondent : Jennings, H.T. Douglas, Mr.

    correspondent : Aslan, Ana, Dr., b.1897 (Gerontologist who discovered Gerovital-H3)

    correspondent : Deller, Alfred, Mr.,1912-1979 (English Counter-Tenor)

    correspondent : Sargent, Alexander, Archdeacon, 1895-1989

    correspondent : Nurre, Peter, Mr.

    correspondent : Evans, Glyn, Mr. (British Rumanian Friendship Association)

    correspondent : Logan, M. N., Mr. (of the Sunday Evening choir, St. Stephens, Astley, Manchester)

    correspondent : Clifford, Patricia, Ms.

    correspondent : Boyle, John, Mr. (Town Clerk and Clerk of the Peace, Canterbury)

    correspondent : Shene, Enid, Ms. (Secretary of the Womans' Coperative Guild)

    correspondent : Arnold, Brian H., Mr. (Honorary Secretary of the Canterbury Choral Society)

    correspondent : Yen, Chuang (Office of the Charge d'Affaires of the People's Republic of China, London)

    correspondent : Brade-Birks, Stanley Graham, Mr. (writer on farming and archaeology)

    correspondent : Niven, Barbara, Ms. (People's Press Fighting Fund)

    correspondent : Wainwright, William, Mr., 1908-2000 (Assistant Editor of the Daily Worker, and Assistant General Secretary of the British Communist Party from 1956)

    correspondent : Arnison, Jim, Mr. (organiser of the Communist Party of Great Britain, Manchester and Salford Area)

    correspondent : Needham, (Nol) Joseph Terence Montgomery, Dr., 1900-1995 (biochemist and historian)

    correspondent : Sagar, George, Mr.

    correspondent : Glen, W., Mr.

    correspondent : Mummery, Stephen, Mr. (The Workers' Education Association, Canterbury Branch)

    correspondent : Goddard, L.T., Mr. (Warden and Clerk to the Trustees, Jesus Hospital, Canterbury)

    correspondent : Gordan (?), Maggie

    correspondent : Higenbottam, F., Mr. (City Librarian at the Royal Museum and Public Library, Canterbury)

    correspondent : Bradbury, G., Mr. (District Secretary of the Communist Party of Great Britain, Kent District Committee)

    correspondent : Magness, S. Lester, Mr. (President of the National Union of Mineworkers, Kent Area)

    correspondent : Wade, Cyril, Mr.

    correspondent : White, John Baker, Mr., 1920-1988 (anti-communist and anti-socialist activist who was Conservative MP for Canterbury, 1945-53)

    correspondent : West, A. A., Mr.

    correspondent : Richardson, Stanley, Mr. (Spanish Embassy, 1937)

    correspondent : Gollan, John, Mr. (Secretary of the Communist Party of Great Britain - Executive Committee)

    correspondent : Sloan, Pat, Mr. (secretary of the British Soviet Friendship Society)

    correspondent : Bird, Hartley, C., Revd. (St. Laurence Vicarage, Ramsgate, Kent)

    correspondent : Luck, B. J., Mr. (Secretary of the Canterbury Cathedral Company of Change Ringers)

    correspondent : Thoseby, W.M., Mrs. (Steward of the Friends of Canterbury Cathedral)

    correspondent : Kitts, E. Bernard, Revd.

    correspondent : Turner, Sarah Pearson, Mrs. (wife of Revd. Turner)

    correspondent : Forsyth, William P., Mr.

    correspondent : Gardner, Jim, Mr. (Vice-Chairman of the British Peace Committee, 1962)

    correspondent : Johnson (?), Anthony, Mr. (Hewlett Johnson's nephew)

    correspondent : Blitt, Richard Nevius, Revd. (of St. Paul's Parish, Washington D.C., USA)

    correspondent : Clements, A. Frederick, Judge

    correspondent : Jessie

    correspondent : Clarke, Oliver Fielding, Revd.

    correspondent : Matthews, George, Mr. (Editor of the Daily Worker, 1962)

    correspondent : Lumley, R. J. C., Revd.

    correspondent : Pixner, Vivien, Mrs. (Secretary of the World Council of Peace Presidential Committee)

    correspondent : Stapleton, Thomas,Dr.

    correspondent : Evans, Stanley George, Revd., 1912-1965 (Church of England clergyman and Christian Socialist)

    correspondent : Johnson (?), Anthony, Mr. (Hewlett Johnson's nephew)

    correspondent : Hough, L., Mrs.

    correspondent : Trueman, Brian, W., Mr. (member of the Progressive Workers' Music Association)

    correspondent : Sheila

    correspondent : Haythornthwaite, F. M. M., Revd. (Secretary of the Hull Joint Committee for Spanish Relief)

    correspondent : Cassio, Carmen, de, Mrs. (Honorary Treasurer of the Spanish Women's Committee for Help to Spain)

    correspondent : Holman, Portia, Ms. (Honorary Secretary of the Holborn and West Central London committee for Spanish Medical Aid)

    correspondent : Butler, Patrick Theobald Tower (Lord Dunboyne), 1917-2004 (Judge and Irish Peer who was Commissary General of the Diocese of Canterbury from 1959 to 1971)

    correspondent : Oestreicher, Paul, Canon (B.B.C.)

    correspondent : Fechenbach, Hermann Israel, Herr, 1897-1986 ?

    correspondent : Peters Job, Lenore, Ms. (dancer and co-founder of the Peters Wright Creative Dance studio in San Francisco, member of Womens' International League for Peace and Freedom ?)

    correspondent : Foote, E. B., Mrs.

    correspondent : Page, R., Mr.

    correspondent : Rathbone, Eleanor Florence, Miss, 1872 -1946 (Independent British Member of Parliament and long-term campaigner for women's rights)

    correspondent : Bown, F. T., Mr. (Institute Bn. Leicestershire Regt., India)

    correspondent : Williams, Ferguson, Mr.

    correspondent : Goodfellow, J., Mr. (Peace Society, University College London)

    correspondent : Sitwell, Ann, Miss (Secretary of the Friends of Spain, London)

    correspondent : Karop,Gerald C., Mr. (Friends of Canterbury Cathedral Church)

    recipient : Johnson, Hewlett, Revd., 1874-1966

    recipient : Hogg, Breda, Mrs. (wife of Judge A. Spencer Hogg)

    recipient : Johnson, Helene Keren, Miss, b.1942 (younger daughter of Hewlett and Nowell Johnson)

    recipient : McDowell, Nora, Mrs. (Hewlett Johnson's niece)

    recipient : Koester, Dorothee, Mrs.

    recipient : Johnson, Nowell Mary, Mrs. (2nd wife of Hewlett Johnson, born Nowell Mary Edwards)

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