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  • Event:

    Campaign to Abolish Poverty

    Rotary International Convention, June 1936

  • Person: : Douglas, C. H.(Clifford Hugh), Major, 1879-1952
  • Date: 1934 = 1937
  • Brief description:

    Johnson's involvement in the Spanish Civil War in March 1937 and the reactions to the sermon he preached in Canterbury Cathedral on his return.

    Details of the Christian Food-Ship Committee for Spain, of which Johnson was Treasurer . Johnson's involvement with the rival Independent Labour party Food-Ship. April 1937.

    Charges brought against Johnson by the King's School General Purposes Committee and his defence against them. The matter concerned the position of the Choir School. May to December 1937.

    Correspondence concerning Johnson's growing engagement in the Social Credit Movement, founded by Major C H Douglas. June to September 1935.

    Assorted correspondence showing Johnson to be very pressed for time and refusing invitations to speak. 1935 -1936.

    Johnson's tax affairs in the year ending 5 April 1936.

    Launch of the Dean of Canterbury's Campaign to Abolish Poverty

  • Identifier: UKC-JOH-COR.168-231
  • Subject keyword:

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

    King's School (Canterbury, England)

    Canterbury Cathedral, Choir

    Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939--Basque country

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Travels--Canada--1935

Further Details

  • Accession Number: 168-231
  • Event:

    Campaign to Abolish Poverty

    Rotary International Convention, June 1936

  • Organisation:

    : Christian Food-Ship Committee for Spain

    : King's School General Purposes Committee

    : Social Credit Movement

  • Associated people: : Douglas, C. H.(Clifford Hugh), Major, 1879-1952
  • Description level: 4
  • Language: English
  • Material type: letter
  • Identity code: UKC/JOH/COR : 168-231
  • Part: Hewlett Johnson Papers
  • Date: 1934 = 1937
  • Organisation:

    correspondent : Christian Food-Ship Committee for Spain

    correspondent : National Joint Committee for Spanish Relief

    correspondent : Independent Labour Party

    correspondent : Stanley Nott, Ltd. Publishers

    correspondent : Social Credit Secretariat

    correspondent : Arter, Jones D, Revd.

    correspondent : Douglas Social Credit Movement

  • Person:

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

    correspondent : Cottam, S. E. Mr. (from Wootton)

    correspondent : Araquiatain, Madame

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

    correspondent : Iredell, E.O., Revd. (vicar of the "Red Church" of St. Clements, Barnsbury)

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

    correspondent : Pembrook, J. G., Mr. (solicitor; Clerk to the Governing Body of the King's School)

    correspondent : Bardsley, W. L., Mr. (Secretary of the Social Credit Secretariat)

    correspondent : Hugill, John, W., Mr.

    correspondent : Douglas, C. H.(Clifford Hugh), Major, 1879-1952

    correspondent : Edwards, Trystan, A., Mr. (architect)

    correspondent : Kitson, Arthur, Mr.

    correspondent : Nott, Stanley, Mr. (from Stanley Nott, Ltd. Publishers)

    correspondent : Tapper, Michael, Sir (architect, son of Sir Walter Tapper)

    correspondent : Lewis

    correspondent : Renison, Robert J., Bishop (from Toronto)

    recipient : Shirley, Frederick Joseph John, Revd., 1890-1967 (Canon of Canterbury Cathedral, Headmaster of King's School Canterbury)

    recipient : Pictor-Wayne, C., Mr.

    recipient : Warde, Charles, Sir (Colonel and M.P. whose brother Henry Murray Ashley Warde became Chief Constable of Kent, 1895-1921)

  • Repository: Special Collections, University of Kent at Canterbury

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