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  • Event: London Conference for Collective Peace Action, December 1938
  • Person:

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

    : Russell, John Ian Robert ,13th Duke of Bedford, 1917-2002 (known as the Marquess of Tavistock until his father died in 1953)

    : Epstein, Jacob, Sir ,1880-1959 (US-born British sculptor)

    : Stalin, Joseph, Mr.,1879-1953( Soviet statesman, General Secretary of the Communist Party of the USSR born Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili)

    : Tomvall, Gustav, Mr.

    : James, E., Archbishop of Toronto

    : Haile Selassie I, Emperor,1882-1975 (ruler of Ethiopia from 1930-74, born Tafari Makonnen)

  • Date: 1931 = 1964
  • Brief description:

    Congratulations to Johnson on his 90th birthday. 1964

    Assorted correspondence with Felix Greene (August 1959); Virginia Penn (October 1964); Mrs. Elliott Dexter of Los Angeles (December 1948); Harry Kerswill (December 1964); Russian Ambassador Zarubin (January 1947); William Rust, Editor of the Daily Worker (November 1947); Isabel Griffiths (October 1964); Patriarch Alexy of Moscow (October 1964); the Rev Clive Pare, headmaster of the Choir School (January 1963).

    Correspondence with Lady Winifred Fortescue. November 1952.

    The visit to Britain of the Emperor of Ethiopia. 1938.

    Rally of the London Federation of Peace Councils. October -November 1938.

    The appearance of the Reverend Dr Bryn Thomas before a Consistory Court. December, 1962

    Lord Tavistock on Social Credit. March 1931.

    Johnson's purchase of a bust from Jacob Epstein. March 1943.

    Religious freedom in Bulgaria. December 1947.

    Monument to mark the bones of St Thomas Becket. June 1948.

    The gift to Stalin of a perfect yellow sapphire. No date.

    The probable murder of Gustav Tomvall. August 1932.

    Johnson's nomination of Archbishop E. James of Toronto for the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize. January 1965

    China's acquisition of the atomic bomb. January 1963.

    Letter from Prime Minister Harold Wilson about the situation in Vietnam. March 1963.

  • Identifier: UKC-JOH-COR.4246-4320
  • Subject keyword:

    Thomas, a` Becket, Saint, 1118?-1170

    Nuclear weapons

    China--Military policy

    Bulgaria--Freedom of Religion--1947

    Vietnam War, 1961-1975

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

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--90th Birthday

Further Details

  • Accession Number: 4246-4320
  • Event: London Conference for Collective Peace Action, December 1938
  • Associated people:

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

    : Russell, John Ian Robert ,13th Duke of Bedford, 1917-2002 (known as the Marquess of Tavistock until his father died in 1953)

    : Epstein, Jacob, Sir ,1880-1959 (US-born British sculptor)

    : Stalin, Joseph, Mr.,1879-1953( Soviet statesman, General Secretary of the Communist Party of the USSR born Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili)

    : Tomvall, Gustav, Mr.

    : James, E., Archbishop of Toronto

    : Haile Selassie I, Emperor,1882-1975 (ruler of Ethiopia from 1930-74, born Tafari Makonnen)

  • Description level: 4
  • Language: English
  • Material type: letter
  • Identity code: UKC/JOH/COR : 4246-4320
  • Part: Hewlett Johnson Papers
  • Date: 1931 = 1964
  • Organisation:

    London Federation of Peace Councils

    Seely and Paget Architects

    National Union of Mineworkers

  • Person:

    correspondent : Greene, Felix, Mr.

    correspondent : Ingram, Kenneth (Quality Press Ltd. Publishers)

    correspondent : Kerswill, Harry, Mr.

    correspondent : Zarubin, Georgi, Mr. (Soviet Ambassador)

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

    correspondent : Rust, William Charles, Mr., 1903-1949 (political activist and journalist who edited the Daily Worker from 1930 to his death)

    correspondent : Rust, William Charles, Mr., 1903-1949 (political activist and journalist who edited the Daily Worker from 1930 to his death)

    correspondent : Andrew, G. Findlay, Mr.

    correspondent : Findlay, M. R.

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

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

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

    correspondent : Griffiths, Isabel, Ms.

    correspondent : Wilson, H., Mr.

    correspondent : James, E., Archbishop of Toronto

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

    correspondent : Alexie, Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia, 1877-1970 (elected 2nd February, 1945)

    correspondent : Fortescue, Winifred, Lady, 1888-1951 (authoress daughter of Howard Beech, wife of Sir John William Fortescue)

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

    correspondent : Page-Arnot, R., Mr. (of the Labour Monthly)

    correspondent : Hammond, Alfred, Mr.

    correspondent : Rigden, Juanita, Ms.

    correspondent : Thomas, William, B., Dr.

    correspondent : Penn, Virginia, Ms.

    correspondent : Bouquet, Alan Coates, Revd. Dr., 1884-1976 (theologian)

    correspondent : Dexter, Elliott, Mrs (of Los Angeles)

    correspondent : Evans, Vivian, Miss

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

    correspondent : Epstein, Jacob, Sir ,1880-1959 (US-born British sculptor)

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

    correspondent : Stamford, Lord (of Dunham Massey)

    correspondent : Wilson of Rievaulx, James Harold Wilson, Baron, 1916-1995 (British Labour Prime Minister, 1964-1970, 1974-1976)

    recipient : Skeet, Mr.

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

    recipient : Hopkins, W., Rev.

    recipient : Pound, Ezra (Weston Loomis), Mr., 1885-1972 (American poet and critic)

  • Repository: Special Collections, University of Kent at Canterbury

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