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  • Event:

    Tagore peace Festival, India

    Chi Chao-Ting Memorial Meeting, November 1963, London

  • Person:

    : Montgomery of Alamein, Bernard Law Montgomery, Viscount, 1887-1976

    : Shirley, John, Canon (Headmaster and Canon of Canterbury)

    : Yates, Annie, Miss

    : Collins, Walter, Mr.

    : Cappon, Daniel, Professor

    : Thomas, Bryn, Dr. (Ascension Vicarage London, unfrocked Anglican priest)

    : Allen, Agnes, Mrs. (wife of Frederick Lewis Allen, editor of Harpers Magazine)

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

    : Ramsey, Arthur Michael, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1904-88

  • Date: 1947 = 1963
  • Brief description:

    Royal Commonwealth Society Institute of Handicraft Teachers Johnson's grand piano and drawing by Epstein

    Correspondence with Archbishops Fisher (June 1961) and Ramsey (June 1961 and other dates), with the Deans of Chichester (December 1960) and Durham (November 1961), and with the Bishop of Toronto (May 1961), the Rev. Dr. Leslie Wetherhead (October 1961), Jacqueline Woods (June 1961).

    Assorted correspondence with: Kenneth Jeveson (December 1963), Patric Dickinson (no date), W. V. Dawkins (June 1961), the Senior Chaplain to the Forces, Home Counties (September 1961), David Goody (May 1961), William Grobb (August 1961), Michael Huxley (September 1961), John Robbins Hart (June 1961), the Rev. E. O. lredell (January 1963), Gertrude Klemmer (March 1961), Derrick Lea (July 1961), David Mitchell (no date), Clarence Pownall (January 1961), Wilfrid Platt (1960-1961), Bishop Ting of Nanking (February 1960), Dr. Bryn Thomas, unfrocked Anglican priest (January 1962 and other dates), Oliver Todd (February 1961)

    Correspondence from Palme Dutt, editor of Labour Monthly (October 1961) and Konni Zilliacus, Labour MP

    The enthronement of Archbishop Michael Ramsey

    Correspondence with Gerald Gotting, Chairman of the Christian Democratic Union in Berlin. December 1960 -August 1961

    Gerovital H3

    The Friends of Canterbury Cathedral and the Canterbury Festival

    The publication, distribution and reprinting of some of Johnson's books

    Field-Marshall Bernard Montgomery

    British Medical Association Clinical Meeting, March 1961

    Correspondence with Lord Stamford of Dunham Massey Hall. 1959-1961

    Ricemans of Canterbury

    Dean Hewlett Johnson Science Prize. July 1961

    The plight of British husbands separated from Russian wives.

    The Tagore Peace Festival, India

    The Deanery banner proclaiming "Christians ban nuclear weapons"

    The parlous financial situation of Miss Annie Yates, long-time family friend

  • Identifier: UKC-JOH-COR.2741-2930
  • Subject keyword:

    Procaine--Therapeutic use.

    Canterbury Cathedral, Deanery--Banner

    Antinuclear movement

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Travels--China--1959

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Political views

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

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Writings--"Christians and Communism"

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

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Honours

Further Details

  • Accession Number: 2741-2930
  • Event:

    Tagore peace Festival, India

    Chi Chao-Ting Memorial Meeting, November 1963, London

  • Associated people:

    : Montgomery of Alamein, Bernard Law Montgomery, Viscount, 1887-1976

    : Shirley, John, Canon (Headmaster and Canon of Canterbury)

    : Yates, Annie, Miss

    : Collins, Walter, Mr.

    : Cappon, Daniel, Professor

    : Thomas, Bryn, Dr. (Ascension Vicarage London, unfrocked Anglican priest)

    : Allen, Agnes, Mrs. (wife of Frederick Lewis Allen, editor of Harpers Magazine)

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

    : Ramsey, Arthur Michael, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1904-88

  • Content place: Astley church
  • Description level: 4
  • Language: English
  • Material type: letter
  • Identity code: UKC/JOH/COR : 2741-2930
  • Part: Hewlett Johnson Papers
  • Date: 1947 = 1963
  • Organisation:

    Royal Commonwealth Society

    Institute of Handicraft Teachers

    Invalid Tricycle Association

    Gur Das Kapur & Sons Ltd., Educational Publishers, Delhi

    National Association of Colliery Obermen, Deputies and Shotfirers, Kent Area

  • Person:

    correspondent : Fisher, Geoffrey Francis, Baron Fisher of Lambeth, 1887-1972 (Archbishop of Canterbury, 1945-61)

    correspondent : Ramsey, Arthur Michael, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1904-88

    correspondent : Wetherhead, Leslie, Revd. Dr. (Methodist Minister?)

    correspondent : Woods, Jacqueline, Mrs.

    correspondent : Raven, Charles, Mr.

    correspondent : Huxley, Michael, Mr.

    correspondent : Daniels, D. Kingsley, Mr. (Secretary-General of the Royal Commonwealth Society)

    correspondent : Jeveson, Kenneth, Mr.

    correspondent : Dickinson, Patric, Mr.

    correspondent : Dawkins, W. V., Mr. (Secretary of the Salient Circle, Whitstable, Kent)

    correspondent : Dand, J. H., Mr. (Chairman of the Whitstable Urban District Council)

    correspondent : Davies, S. J., Revd. (Senior Chaplain to the Forces, 44 (HC) Div/Dist.)

    correspondent : Derrett, Duncan, Mr. (School of Oriental and African Studies)

    correspondent : Deverson, Kenneth, Mr. (of Papworth, Cambridgeshire)

    correspondent : Goody, David, Mr.

    correspondent : Stevens, I. H. K., Dr. (Chairman of the British Medical Association)

    correspondent : Mitchell, David, H., Mr. (from Bradford, Massachusetts)

    correspondent : Edwards, Robert (Editor of the Daily Express, London)

    correspondent : Grobb, William, Mr.

    correspondent : Dutt, (Rajani) Palme, Mr., 1896-1974 (founder member of the British Communist Party)

    correspondent : Huxley, Michael, Mr.

    correspondent : Wild, J. H. S., Revd. (dean of Durham in 1961)

    correspondent : Dawson, P., Mr. (Institute of Handicraft Teachers and the College of Handicraft)

    correspondent : Dickinson, Patric, Mr.

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

    correspondent : Hart, John, Robbins, Revd. (The Washington Memorial chapel)

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

    correspondent : Klemmer, Gertrude, Ms.

    correspondent : Lea, Derrick, A., Mr. (Illustration and Design, Manchester)

    correspondent : Hussey, Walter, Revd., 1909-1985 (Dean of Chichester until 1971)

    correspondent : Mitchell, David, H., Mr. (from Bradford, Massachusetts)

    correspondent : Davies, A. H.,Mr. (Chartham British Legion club)

    correspondent : Davidson, Marion S., Ms. (Secretary, Claude Williams Committee)

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

    correspondent : Epstein, Kathleen, Lady, 1902-1979 (born Garman)

    correspondent : Friendlander, M. H., Mr.

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

    correspondent : Gooday, David, O. M., Mr.

    correspondent : Mitchell, T., Mr. (Secretary of the National Association of Colliery Obermen, Deputies and Shotfirers, Kent Area)

    correspondent : Pownall, Clarence, Mr.

    correspondent : Khan, A. H., Mr. (Secretary of the International Association)

    correspondent : Dalton, Derek, G., Captain (from Sheerness, Kent)

    correspondent : Platt, Wilfrid, Mr.

    correspondent : Gotting, Gerald, President, b.1923 (Christian Democratic Union president of German D.R.)

    correspondent : Ting, K.H. Bishop, b.1904 (Nanking Union Theological Seminary)

    correspondent : Thomas, Bryn, Dr. (Ascension Vicarage London, unfrocked Anglican priest)

    correspondent : Todd, Oliver J., Major (American born Chief Engineer of C.I.F.R.C)

    correspondent : Dutt, (Rajani) Palme, Mr., 1896-1974 (founder member of the British Communist Party)

    correspondent : Zilliacus, Konni , Mr., 1894-1967 (left-wing Labour Party politician)

    correspondent : Gotting, Gerald, President, b.1923 (Christian Democratic Union president of German D.R.)

    correspondent : Stamford, Lord (of Dunham Massey)

    correspondent : Grubb, William, J., Mr.

    correspondent : Heap, F. M., Mr.

    correspondent : Harvey, Roland (Honorary Secretary of the Invalid Tricycle Association)

    correspondent : Segun, F. O., Revd. (from Nigeria)

    correspondent : Honig, I., Mrs. (from Australia)

    correspondent : Harries, Leslie, S. G., Mr.

    correspondent : Hardman, C., Mr.

    correspondent : Harben, Henry, D., Mr.

    correspondent : Heywood, John, Revd. (St. Margaret's Vicarage, Altrincham)

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

    correspondent : Hines, Frances, Miss

    correspondent : Hart, John, Robbins, Revd. (The Washington Memorial chapel)

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

    correspondent : Dehn, Emil, Mr. (from Denmark)

    correspondent : Moore, Peter, Mr. (Pershore Vicarage, Worcestershire)

    correspondent : Lea, Derrick, A., Mr. (Illustration and Design, Manchester)

    correspondent : Pethick-Lawrence, Emmeline. Mrs. 1867-1954 (socialist activitist)

    correspondent : Klemm, Gertrude, Ms.

    correspondent : Wragg, R., Mr. (1st Battalion, the Buffs)

    correspondent : Wilson, H., Mr.

    correspondent : Stamford, Lord (of Dunham Massey)

    correspondent : Nunn, John Mary, Miss (City of Canterbury College of Art)

    correspondent : Street, Jessie, Mrs., 1889-1970 (Australian peace campaigner born Jessie Lillingston)

    correspondent : Simpson, James B., Mr.

    correspondent : Turner, John, C., Mr. (Imperial Chaplain, Episcopal Church of the Advent, Birmingham, Alabama)

    correspondent : Gillett, Elizabeth, Miss

    correspondent : Shortland, Anne, Miss

    correspondent : Poole, J. Weston, Revd. (Minor Canon, Sacrist, and Precentor, at Canterbury Cathedral)

    correspondent : Platt, Wilfrid, Mr.

    correspondent : Todd, Oliver J., Major (American born Chief Engineer of C.I.F.R.C)

    correspondent : Pearman, N., Mrs.

    correspondent : Ting, K.H. Bishop, b.1904 (Nanking Union Theological Seminary)

    correspondent : Perry, B. J., Mr.

    correspondent : White, Cynthia, M. E., Ms.

    correspondent : Zilliacus, Konni , Mr., 1894-1967 (left-wing Labour Party politician)

    correspondent : Thomas, William, B., Dr.

    correspondent : Temple, L. R., Mr.

    correspondent : Biswas, Chitta, Mr. (Tagore Cenetenary Peace Festival, All India Committee)

    correspondent : Phillips, William, Mr.

    correspondent : Petersen, Emil, H., Mr.

    correspondent : Perkins, Cynthia, Ms.

    correspondent : Payne, Guy, S., Mr.

    correspondent : Wilkinson, F. H., Revd. (Bishop of Toronto)

    correspondent : White, Margaret, M., Ms.

    correspondent : Woods, Jacqueline, Mrs.

    correspondent : Yates, Annie, Miss

    correspondent : Whyley, G. A., Mr. (National Assistance Board)

    Crundale, Arthur, Mr.

    recipient : D'Eye, A. T. (Alfred Thomas), Mr.

    recipient : Picton, Mrs.

    recipient : Davis, D. V., Professor (St. Thomas Medical School)

    recipient : Gooday, David, O. M., Mr.

    recipient : Gotting, Gerald, President, b.1923 (Christian Democratic Union president of German D.R.)

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

    recipient : Irving, Laurence Henry Foster, Mr., 1897-1988 (art director, producer, production designer, set decorator; grandson of Henry Irving)

    recipient : Job, L. P., Mrs.

    recipient : Montgomery of Alamein, Bernard Law Montgomery, Viscount, 1887-1976

    recipient : Martin, G. N., Revd. (of Battle, Sussex)

    recipient : Dawson, Mr.

    recipient : Stamford, Lord (of Dunham Massey)

    recipient : Platt, Wilfrid, Mr.

    recipient : Weatherhead, L. D., Dr.

    recipient : Yates, Annie, Miss

    recipient : Crundale, Arthur, Mr.

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