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  • Person:

    : Meylor, M. P., Lieutenant -Colonel

    : Steiner, Rudolf, Herr, 1861-1925 (Austrian philosopher, literary scholar, educator, artist, playwright, social thinker)

    : Eddy, Sherwood, Dr., 1871-1963 (American author and YMCA leader in the Orient, the Near East, and Russia)

    : Macmurray, John, Mr., 1891-1976 (Quaker and communitarian moral philosopher)

    : Halifax, Lord

    : Beveridge, William Henry, Baron Beveridge, 1879-1963 (social reformer and economist)

    : Underhill, Evelyn, Ms.

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

  • Date: 1921 = 1965
  • Brief description:

    Correspondence with Revd. Trevelyan. June 1940 - August 1953

    Johnson's visit to USA denied due to Johnson's political views. August 1941

    Assorted correspondence with Geoffrey Fisher, Archbishop of Canterbury, about Johnson's political view and support to Soviet Union and about internal affairs at the Canterbury Cathedral. October 1921 - January 1947

    Letter from Lady Clementine Churchill.

    Assorted correspondence about Social Credit, poverty and related topics. August 1934 - May 1939

    Exchange of correspondence with Anthony Crossley M.P. about Johnson's credentials for speaking about public finance. April- May 1934

    Correspondence with Victor Gollancz about the second anniversary of the Left Book Club. September - December 1937

    Letter from Mrs. Bossany to Nowell. Undated.

    Personal correspondence with Montgomery of Alamein. September 1941 - February 1944

    Correspondence from John Masefield. Undated.

    Letter from William Lang, Archbishop of Canterbury, congratulating for the birth of Johnson's daughter. March 1940. Some other correspondence is about Johnson's political views and his plan to visit Spain. April 1937

    Exchange of correspondence with Sir Stafford Cripps about Social Credit. January 1935

    Correspondence with Major Douglas, prime mover of the Social Credit Movement. June 1933 -November 1935

    Correspondence with Lord Northbourne about Johnson's campaign on Social Credit. August 1935 - April 1936

    Letter from Sylvia Pankhurst as editor of the "New Times and Ethiopia News" on Ogaden and Eritrea

  • Identifier: UKC-JOH-COR.6331-6490
  • Subject keyword:

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

    Canterbury Cathedral, Deanery

    Canterbury Cathedral, Vestments

    Canterbury Cathedral--Royal Visit

    Canterbury Festival

    Urban poor --England --History --20th century.

    Poverty--Great Britain

    Food Crops--destruction to bolster prices

    Anglo-Soviet Medical Aid Fund

    Johnson family

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

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

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

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Travels--Poland--1947

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Travels--Hungary--1947

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Travels--Czechoslovakia--1947

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Travels--Yugoslavia--1947

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Travels--Bulgaria--1947

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Travels--U.S.S.R.--1945

    Social Credit

    Social credit--Alberta

    Left Book Club (London, England)

    Bombing, Aerial--England, South East--Canterbury--1942

    Korean War, 1950-1953--Biological warfare.

Further Details

  • Accession Number: 6331-6490
  • Associated people:

    : Meylor, M. P., Lieutenant -Colonel

    : Steiner, Rudolf, Herr, 1861-1925 (Austrian philosopher, literary scholar, educator, artist, playwright, social thinker)

    : Eddy, Sherwood, Dr., 1871-1963 (American author and YMCA leader in the Orient, the Near East, and Russia)

    : Macmurray, John, Mr., 1891-1976 (Quaker and communitarian moral philosopher)

    : Halifax, Lord

    : Beveridge, William Henry, Baron Beveridge, 1879-1963 (social reformer and economist)

    : Underhill, Evelyn, Ms.

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

  • Description level: 4
  • Language: English
  • Material type: letter
  • Identity code: UKC/JOH/COR : 6331-6490
  • Notes: FOLDER WORTH SCANNING
  • Part: Hewlett Johnson Papers
  • Date: 1921 = 1965
  • Organisation:

    Douglas Social Credit Association, Southampton

    Douglas Social Credit Association, Newcastle

    Stanley Nott Ltd, Publishers

    The New Economics Group

    Alberta Social Credit Chronicle

    Saskatchewan Social Credit League, Canada

    Social Credit Secretariat Ltd

    New Times and Ethiopia News

    Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation

    British Broadcasting Corporation

    People's Press Fighting Fund

    The Criterion, a quarterly review

  • Person:

    correspondent : Millar, Robert, Mr.

    correspondent : Russell, Hastings William Sackville, 12th Duke of Bedford, 1888-1953 (an evangelical Christian and pacifist, known as Marquess of Tavistock from 189 until his father died in 1940)

    correspondent : John, Augustus Edwin, Mr., 1878-1961 (Welsh painter, draughtsman, and etcher)

    correspondent : Nicholson, Sydney Hugo, Sir, 1875-1947 (Director of the School of English Church Music, and brother of Charles Archibald Nicholson)

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

    correspondent : Williams, Charles Walter Stansby, Mr., 1886-1945 (writer on literature and theology)

    correspondent : Northbourne, Walter Ernest Christopher James, Baron, 1896-1982 (4th Lord Northbourne; agriculturalist, Olympic medalist, and author, claimed to be the "father" of organic agriculture)

    correspondent : Rothenstein, William, Sir, 1872-1945

    correspondent : Rothman, B., Mrs. (Secretary of the Joint Committee for Soviet Aid)

    correspondent : Menuhin, Yehudi, Mr., 1916-1999 (violinist)

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

    correspondent : Lovett , Ernest Neville, Revd.,1869 -1951 (Bishop of Portsmouth and Bishop of Salisbury)

    correspondent : Brittain, Vera Mary, Miss., 1893-1970 (English writer, feminist and pacifist)

    correspondent : Woddams, Herbert, Mr.

    correspondent : Sargent, Alexander, Archdeacon, 1895-1989

    correspondent : Temple, Frances, Mrs. (wife of William Temple, Archbishop of York and Canterbury)

    correspondent : Gollancz, Victor, Sir, 1893-1967 (publisher and writer)

    correspondent : Crossley, Anthony Crommelin, Mr., 1903-1939 (Conservative M.P. who was Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Minister of Transport ,1932-35)

    correspondent : Scrutton, Robert J., Mr. (General Secretary of the "Prosperity Campaign towards Social Credit and Christian Values')

    correspondent : Duncan-Jones, Arthur Stuart, Revd., 1879-1955 (Dean of Chichester)

    correspondent : Byrne, L. D., Mr. (Secretary of the Douglas Social Credit Association, Southampton)

    correspondent : Pope, William W., Mr. (Secretary of the Douglas Social Credit Association, Newcastle)

    correspondent : Talbot, Neville, S., Revd. (Dean at St. Mary's vicarage in Nottingham)

    correspondent : Aberhart, William, Mr.

    correspondent : Rossborough, V., Revd.

    correspondent : Rogerson, C. M., Revd. (St. Margaret's vicarage, Nr. Burnley)

    correspondent : Creagh Scott, J. Colonel

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

    correspondent : Lang, William Cosmo Gordon, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1864-1945

    correspondent : Eden, (Robert) Anthony, 1st earl of Avon, 1897-1977 (British prime minister 1955-57)

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

    correspondent : Trevelyan, Charles Philips, Sir, 1870-1958 (younger brother of the Historian George Macaulay Trevelyan)

    correspondent : Cripps, (Richard) Stafford, Sir, 1889-1952 (politician and lawyer)

    correspondent : Pollitt, Harry, Mr. 1890-1960 (British Communist, general secretary, 1929-39, 1941-56, and chairman, 1956-60 of the Communist Party of Great Britain)

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

    correspondent : Boult, Adrian (Cedric), Sir, 1889-1983 (music director of the BBC Symphony Orchestra from 1930-1948)

    correspondent : MacDonald, James Ramsay, Mr., 1866-1937 (British politician and twice Prime Minister of the United Kingdom)

    correspondent : Maugham, W. Somerset (William Somerset), Mr., 1874-1965

    correspondent : Clark, Kenneth Mackenzie, Baron Clark, 1903-1983 (art patron and historian)

    correspondent : Deedes, William, Mr. (Christian socialist father of Lord Deedes the journalist and editor of the Telegraph)

    correspondent : Churchill, Clementine, Lady, 1885-1977 (wife of Winston Churchill)

    correspondent : Masefield, John, Mr. 1878-1967 (British poet and dramatist)

    correspondent : Bell, George (Kennedy Allen), Bishop of Chichester, 1883-1958 (Dean of Canterbury 1924-9)

    correspondent : Bossanyi, Wilma, Mrs. (wife of Erwin Bossanyi?)

    correspondent : Gollancz, Victor, Sir, 1893-1967 (publisher and writer)

    correspondent : Lang, William Cosmo Gordon, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1864-1945

    correspondent : Temple, Frances, Mrs. (wife of William Temple, Archbishop of York and Canterbury)

    correspondent : Temple, William, Archbishop, 1881-1944

    correspondent : MacDonald, James Ramsay, Mr., 1866-1937 (British politician and twice Prime Minister of the United Kingdom)

    correspondent : Davidson, Randall Thomas, d. 1930 (Archbishop of Canterbury, 1903-1928)

    correspondent : Eliot, T. S. (Thomas Stearns), Mr., 1888-1965.

    correspondent : John, Augustus Edwin, Mr., 1878-1961 (Welsh painter, draughtsman, and etcher)

    correspondent : Pankhurst, (Estelle) Sylvia, Miss, 1882-1960 (political activist, writer, and artist)

    recipient : Maude, Colonel

    recipient : Boyd Orr, John, Mr., 1880-1971 (Nobel Peace Prize 1949)

    recipient : Sayers, Dorothy L. (Dorothy Leigh), Miss, 1893-1957

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

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