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  • Person:

    : Johnson, Hewlett, Revd., 1874-1966

    : Johnson, Nowell Mary, Mrs., 1906-1983 (2nd wife of Hewlett Johnson, born Nowell Mary Edwards)

    : Johnson, Mary Kezia, Miss, b.1940 (elder daughter of Hewlett and Nowell Johnson)

  • Date: 5.9.1956
  • Brief description: Black and white print of Hewlett, Nowell and Keren Johnson outside the Protestant Church, Lanchow possibly on 9th September, 1956. However according to Nowell's Diary for this period Hewlett only preached on September 9th when they had moved on to Sian. The error if it is one in repeated in CH5609
  • Identifier: UKC-JOH-PHO.CH5610
  • Theatre:

    Protestant Church & Lanchow & Kansu & China

    Protestant Church & Lanzhou & Gansu & China

  • Subject keyword: Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Travels--China--1956

Further Details

  • Accession Number: CH5610
  • Acquisition date: 23.10.2008
  • Acquisition note: Amongst extra material brought by Mr. and Mrs. Barley (Keren Johnson)
  • Associated people:

    : Johnson, Hewlett, Revd., 1874-1966

    : Johnson, Nowell Mary, Mrs., 1906-1983 (2nd wife of Hewlett Johnson, born Nowell Mary Edwards)

    : Johnson, Mary Kezia, Miss, b.1940 (elder daughter of Hewlett and Nowell Johnson)

  • Content place: Protestant Church & Lanchow & Kansu & China
  • Description level: 4
  • Material type: black and white print
  • Identity code: UKC/JOH/PHO : CH5610
  • Caption: "Lanchow 1956. Hewlett Johnson preaching in the Protestant Church at In pencil "Hewlett after preacher (sic) in Lanchow, 1956". In ink "Hewlett Johnson after preaching at Lanchow, 1956"
  • Location: Special Collections' Store
  • Part: Hewlett Johnson Papers
  • Condition: 2
  • Date: 5.9.1956
  • Theatre:

    Protestant Church & Lanchow & Kansu & China

    Protestant Church & Lanzhou & Gansu & China

  • Related material: UKC/JOH/PHO : CH5609
  • Repository: Special Collections, University of Kent, Canterbury

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