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  • Event:

    JOURNEY'S END

    21st. National Peace Conference

  • Person:

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

    : Cornford, E. Bruce, Revd. (of Portsmouth)

    : Bousted, P. P., Revd.

    : Byrne, Hugh, Father

    : Pimblett, Charles Bradburn, Revd., 1866-1949

    : Barker, A. W., Revd.

    : Benson, H. W., Revd.

    : Davy, William, Sir., (Lord Mayor of Manchester, 1927-1928)

    : Norwood, Frederick William, Dr., 1876-1958 (Australian born Congregational Minister who preached in favour of World Peace in the U.S.A. and Canada and was minister at the City Temple in London from 1919-1936)

    : Cox, Lucy, Miss

    : Swanwick, Helena (Lucy Maria) Swanwick, Mrs. 1864-1939 (British Suffrage worker and pacifist, daughter of artist and cartoonist Oswald Sickert)

    : Harworth, Arthur, Sir

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

    : Jellicoe, John Rushworth, first Earl Jellicoe, 1859-1935 (Admiral of the Fleet and First Sea Lord 1916-17)

    : Baden-Powell, Robert Stephenson Smyth 1st Baron Baden-Powell of Gilwell, 1857- 1941(Army Officer and founder of Scouting)

    : Crozier, Frank P. (Frank Percy), Brigadier General, 1879-1937

    : Lloyd George, David, first Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor, 1863-1945 (British Liberal Prime Minister from 1916-22)

    : Oliver, P. M., Mr.

    : Thomas, J. H., Mr., (Member of Parliament)

    author : Sherriff, R. C. (Robert Cedric), Mr., 1896-1975 (dramatist who wrote Journey's End in 1928, a realistic and moving play which was the first to deal successfully in the theatre with the First World War)

  • Date: 1905 = 1931
  • Brief description:

    There are 23 items assoicated with Johnson's time in Manchester. 4 of these because of their size are shelved in the Map cabinet in the Special Collectios Room itself. Three of these are News sheets from St. Margaret's Church, Altrincham which give accounts of both the Children's camps run by Hewlett and Mary Johnson,and holidays they organised for adults to the Continent. The 4th is an article by Hewlett from the periodical "The Challenge" from April 30th, 1915, entitled "By-Products of War: Fellowship", given as a sermon in Bow Church, 27th april 1915.

    The other 19 items are press cuttings, some provided by "Durrant's Press Cuttings" agency in London. They show Hewlett's concern with the problems of poluution and working class housing in Manchester, as well as his pacifism. There are a number of items about the play "Journey's End" by R.C. Sherriff.

  • Identifier: UKC-JOH-CUT.MANCHESTER
  • Subject keyword:

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Clerical career in Manchester

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Writings--Sermons

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Writings--Letters

    Johnson, Mary, Mrs., d.1931--Illness

    Altrincham, St. Margaret's Church

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Clerical career in Manchester

    Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Clerical career in Manchester--Holidays for Parishioners

    Town Planning

    Air quality--Environmental aspects--Manchester (England)

    Air--pollution

    Smokeless fuel

    Coal Carbonisation

    Working class--Housing--Manchester

    Camps for children

    World War, 1914-1918

    Anti-Russian Press campaign

Further Details

  • Accession Number: MANCHESTER
  • Event:

    JOURNEY'S END

    21st. National Peace Conference

  • Organisation: Mothers' Union
  • Associated people:

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

    : Cornford, E. Bruce, Revd. (of Portsmouth)

    : Bousted, P. P., Revd.

    : Byrne, Hugh, Father

    : Pimblett, Charles Bradburn, Revd., 1866-1949

    : Barker, A. W., Revd.

    : Benson, H. W., Revd.

    : Davy, William, Sir., (Lord Mayor of Manchester, 1927-1928)

    : Norwood, Frederick William, Dr., 1876-1958 (Australian born Congregational Minister who preached in favour of World Peace in the U.S.A. and Canada and was minister at the City Temple in London from 1919-1936)

    : Cox, Lucy, Miss

    : Swanwick, Helena (Lucy Maria) Swanwick, Mrs. 1864-1939 (British Suffrage worker and pacifist, daughter of artist and cartoonist Oswald Sickert)

    : Harworth, Arthur, Sir

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

    : Jellicoe, John Rushworth, first Earl Jellicoe, 1859-1935 (Admiral of the Fleet and First Sea Lord 1916-17)

    : Baden-Powell, Robert Stephenson Smyth 1st Baron Baden-Powell of Gilwell, 1857- 1941(Army Officer and founder of Scouting)

    : Crozier, Frank P. (Frank Percy), Brigadier General, 1879-1937

    : Lloyd George, David, first Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor, 1863-1945 (British Liberal Prime Minister from 1916-22)

    : Oliver, P. M., Mr.

    : Thomas, J. H., Mr., (Member of Parliament)

    author : Sherriff, R. C. (Robert Cedric), Mr., 1896-1975 (dramatist who wrote Journey's End in 1928, a realistic and moving play which was the first to deal successfully in the theatre with the First World War)

  • Content place: St. Margaret's Chruch & Dunham Massey, Altrincham & Cheshire & England
  • Description level: 4
  • Language: English
  • Identity code: UKC/JOH/CUT : MANCHESTER
  • Part: Hewlett Johnson Papers
  • Date: 1905 = 1931
  • Organisation:

    Manchester Guardian

    Manchester Evening Chronicle

    Manchester Evening News

    Bucks Free Press

    Yorkshire Post

    Stock Exchange Gazette

    Church of England Newspaper

    Country Life

    St. Margaret's Parish Magazine

    St. Margaret's News Sheet

    The Challenge

    No More War Movement

  • Repository: Special Collections, University of Kent at Canterbury

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