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  • Event:

    Enthronement of William Temple as bishop of Manchester, 1921

    Enthronement of Guy Worman as bishop of Manchester, 1929

    Canterbury Festival, 1951

    Hull Peace Council, 1952

    Ninth Lambeth Conference (1958)

    Retirement of Fisher, Geoffrey Francis, Archibishop of Canterbury, 1961

  • Person:

    : Malenkov, Georgii Maksimilianovich, Mr., 1901-1988

    : Knight, Alan John, Revd., (Archbishop of the West Indies from 1950)

    : Craske, Frederick William Thomas, Rt. Revd. (Bishop of Gibraltar in 1954-1960)

    : Justinian, Patriarch of the Orthodox church, Rumania

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

    : Crum, John Macleod Campbell, Canon

    : Emden, A. B., Mr. (Principal of St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, 1929-51; member of the Standing Committee of the King's School Governors)

    : Patterson, William, L. Mr. (Secretary of the Civil Rights Congress, New York)

    : Ferguson, Margaret, Mrs., d.1952

    : Stone, Alfred, Mr.

    : Whately, (Mary) Monica, Ms., 1889-1960 (campaigner for women's rights and civil liberties)

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

    Roger, Guy, Mr.

    : Watson, Mathewson, Mr.

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

    : Monckton, Walter Turner, Mr., 1891-1965 (1st Viscount Monckton of Brenchley, British politician; representative on Reparations Committee) )

    : Nikolai, Metropolitan

    : Butlin, William Heygate Edmund Colborne [Billy], Sir, 1899-1980 (fairground proprietor and founder of holiday camps)

    : Wintringham, Tom, Mr. 1898-1949 (journalist and communist activist)

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

    : Anderson, Perolow, Mr. (reporter)

    : Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeevich, Mr., 1894-1971 (Soviet premier 1958-64)

    : Temple, William, Archbishop, 1881-1944

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

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

    : Pembrook, Mr. (Deputy Diocesan Registrar)

    : Parsons, Richard Godfrey, Revd., 1882-1948 (Bishop of Middleton, 1927-1932; Bishop of Southwark, 1932-1941; Bishop of Hereford, 1941-1948)

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

    : Garbett, Cyril Forster, Archbishop, 1875-1955 (Archbishop of York 1942-1955)

  • Date: 1926 = 1964
  • Brief description:

    Johnson's appointment as Dean of Canterbury .March 1931

    Nominations for civic honours. 1933

    Correspondence with Jacob Epstein about various commissions. 1947-48

    Correspondence with Archbishop Geoffrey Fisher about Johnson's position as Chairman of Governors of the King's School (1957) about the confusion abroad over Johnson's position in Anglican church; the Suez crisis (1956); Johnson's proposed visit to the Balkan states (1947); the gift to Johnson of a pectoral cross by the Patriarch of Moscow (1945); and the visit of Russian dignitaries to Canterbury Cathedral on Easter Sunday (1956)

    Assorted correspondence with Archbishop William Temple about clergy with left-wing sympathies (1944); and Johnson's appearance at a Sunday rally to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Karl Marx's death (1943)

    Correspondence with Winston Churchill. 1947

    Correspondence with Archbishop Cosmo Lang about Johnson's proposed visit to China. 1931

    Miscellaneous letters from members of the public. 1952

    Order of Service for enthronement of Guy Werman

    Correspondende with Bertrand Russell about position of Jews in Russia

  • Identifier: UKC-JOH-COR.6658-6840
  • Subject keyword:

    King's School (Canterbury, England)

    Canterbury Cathedral, Huguenot chapel

    Canterbury Cathedral, Kent War Memorial Garden

    Manchester Cathedral (England)

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Travels--Invitation to visit Czechoslovakia--1952

    Korean War, 1950-1953--Biological warfare.

    Reconstruction (1939-1951)--Germany

    Germany (West) Economic conditions 1945-1990

    Communism and religion

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Writings--"Soviet Success"

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

    Nuclear disarmament

    Floods--China, 1932

    Church and state--Europe, Eastern.

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Travels--U.S.S.R.--1945--Gift of Pectoral cross

    King's School (Canterbury, England)

    Jews--Soviet Union--Political and social conditions.

    Church and state--Europe, Eastern

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Images

    Malenkov, Georgii Maksimilianovich, 1901-1988--incident in Canterbury Cathedral, 1956

    Communism

    Jews--Soviet Union--Political and social conditions.

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Chairman of Governors of King's School (Canterbury, England)

    Suez Crisis

    Hungary- History- Revolution, 1956

    York Minster, Deanery

    St. Augustin's College (Canterbury, England)

Further Details

  • Accession Number: 6658-6840
  • Event:

    Enthronement of William Temple as bishop of Manchester, 1921

    Enthronement of Guy Worman as bishop of Manchester, 1929

    Canterbury Festival, 1951

    Hull Peace Council, 1952

    Ninth Lambeth Conference (1958)

    Retirement of Fisher, Geoffrey Francis, Archibishop of Canterbury, 1961

  • Organisation:

    Independent Labour Party

    Friends of China Society

    Israeli Peace Movement, 1952

    United Youth, Maidstone Youth Magazine

  • Associated people:

    : Malenkov, Georgii Maksimilianovich, Mr., 1901-1988

    : Knight, Alan John, Revd., (Archbishop of the West Indies from 1950)

    : Craske, Frederick William Thomas, Rt. Revd. (Bishop of Gibraltar in 1954-1960)

    : Justinian, Patriarch of the Orthodox church, Rumania

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

    : Crum, John Macleod Campbell, Canon

    : Emden, A. B., Mr. (Principal of St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, 1929-51; member of the Standing Committee of the King's School Governors)

    : Patterson, William, L. Mr. (Secretary of the Civil Rights Congress, New York)

    : Ferguson, Margaret, Mrs., d.1952

    : Stone, Alfred, Mr.

    : Whately, (Mary) Monica, Ms., 1889-1960 (campaigner for women's rights and civil liberties)

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

    Roger, Guy, Mr.

    : Watson, Mathewson, Mr.

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

    : Monckton, Walter Turner, Mr., 1891-1965 (1st Viscount Monckton of Brenchley, British politician; representative on Reparations Committee) )

    : Nikolai, Metropolitan

    : Butlin, William Heygate Edmund Colborne [Billy], Sir, 1899-1980 (fairground proprietor and founder of holiday camps)

    : Wintringham, Tom, Mr. 1898-1949 (journalist and communist activist)

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

    : Anderson, Perolow, Mr. (reporter)

    : Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeevich, Mr., 1894-1971 (Soviet premier 1958-64)

    : Temple, William, Archbishop, 1881-1944

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

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

    : Pembrook, Mr. (Deputy Diocesan Registrar)

    : Parsons, Richard Godfrey, Revd., 1882-1948 (Bishop of Middleton, 1927-1932; Bishop of Southwark, 1932-1941; Bishop of Hereford, 1941-1948)

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

    : Garbett, Cyril Forster, Archbishop, 1875-1955 (Archbishop of York 1942-1955)

  • Description level: 4
  • Language: English
  • Material type: letter
  • Identity code: UKC/JOH/COR : 6658-6840
  • Part: Hewlett Johnson Papers
  • Date: 1926 = 1964
  • Person:

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

    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 : Churchill, Winston (Leonard Spencer ), Sir, 1874-1965 (British Conservative statesman, Prime Minister 1940-5 and 1951-5)

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

    correspondent : Garbett, Cyril Forster, Archbishop, 1875-1955 (Archbishop of York 1942-1955)

    correspondent : Strong, Anna Louise, Miss, 1885-1970 (American socialist and pacifist)

    correspondent : Butler, Nevile, Mr. (Private Secretary to James Ramsay Macdonald)

    correspondent : Barlow, James Alan Noel 1881-1968 (private secretary to Ramsay Macdonald in 1933-1934)

    correspondent : Newsome, S.W., Miss

    correspondent : Wallbank, Alice M., Miss

    correspondent : Richardson, Mary, R., Ms.

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

    correspondent : Pritt, D. N. (Denis Nowell), Mr., 1887-1972 (lawyer and political activist)

    correspondent : Temple, William, Archbishop, 1881-1944

    correspondent : Temple, Francis (President of Manchester Diocesan Girls' Friendly Society)

    correspondent : Taylor, Isaac (Honorary Secretary of Advisory Committee for Additions to Churches and their Ornaments)

    correspondent : Westcott, George, Lt-Col (Mayor of Manchester in 1928-29)

    correspondent : Warman, Frederic Sumpter Guy, Revd., 1872-1953 (bishop of Chelmsford in 1923-1929, bishop of Manchester in 1929-1947)

    correspondent : Coward, Dorothy G., Miss (Salford Education Committee)

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

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

    correspondent : Fisher, Rosamund, Mrs. (wife of Archbishop Fisher, born Rosamond Chevallier)

    correspondent : Russell, Bertrand Arthur William, Sir, 1872-1970 (3rd Earl Russell)

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

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

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

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

    correspondent : Millett, Arthur, J (?), Mr.

    correspondent : Morgan, Claude (journalist of 'Defense de la Paix, 1952)

    correspondent : Markus, Adolf, Mr.

    correspondent : Moxon, Pleasance

    correspondent : Mansfield, Jack W., Mr.

    correspondent : Michie, Donald (Department of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy, University Museum, Oxford)

    correspondent : Mewton, J.R., Mr.

    correspondent : Wilson, R. Mercer, Revd.

    correspondent : Gill, Neville, Mr. (Publicity director of Industrial Christian Fellowship)

    correspondent : Jirek, Zdenko, Mr. (Czech student of Catholic Theology, 1952)

    correspondent : Grimble, Freda, Mrs. (Honorary Secretary of the National Committee for Celebration of International Women's Day)

    correspondent : Curtis, Elizabeth, J.

    correspondent : Kelly, A.D.(of New Zealand)

    correspondent : Sidebottom (?)

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

    correspondent : Kandiah, S. K. (of Ceylon)

    correspondent : Jourdan, F.W.S., Col.

    correspondent : Jenkinson, Robert, Mr.

    correspondent : Macnaghten, Caroline (Oxford Social Studies Association)

    correspondent : Jolly, Stephen (Secretary of the British-Czechoslovak Friendship League)

    correspondent : Buckle, Desmond, Mr.

    correspondent : Kewell, Cameron P., Revd. (Chairman of Ipswich Peace Council, 1952)

    correspondent : Norman, G. Mr,

    correspondent : Johnson, Mary, Mrs., d.1931 (1st wife of Hewlett Johnson born Mary Taylor)

    correspondent : Jacobson, Jacob H., Dr. (of Haifa)

    correspondent : Jones, E. Rhys (Labour club, 1952)

    correspondent : Johnson, Alfred, Mr. (Hewlett Johnson's brother)

    correspondent : Jaeger, Friedrich, Mr. (of Germany)

    correspondent : Kerswill, Harry, Mr.

    correspondent : Kovovi, N.F. ? (Bishop-Patriarch of the Czechoslovak Church, 1952)

    correspondent : Kinsella ?

    correspondent : Kemp, Raymond, Mr.

    correspondent : Kemp, G. Ward, Mr. (Patent and copyright lawyer)

    correspondent : Noble, Angus (Secretary of the Kirkcaldy and District Co-operative Men's Guild)

    correspondent : MacDonald, M.F.C.

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

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

    recipient : Butler, Nevile, Mr. (Private Secretary to James Ramsay Macdonald)

    recipient : Chamberlain, Arthur Neville, 1869-1940 (British Conservative politician and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1937 to 1940)

    recipient : Russell, Bertrand Arthur William, Sir, 1872-1970 (3rd Earl Russell)

    recipient : Temple, William, Archbishop, 1881-1944

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