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Blakc and white print of Hewlett Johnson at a childrens' Church camp at Seasalter, Kent. He is surrounded by young girls whilst a Salvation Army chaplain a nun? and a second man look on. There are tents in the background. No date given, but see 3772 and 4157 for other shots of the same event.
Blakc and white print of Hewlett Johnson in conversation with a small, child in a paddling pool at a childrens' camp at Seasalter, Kent , whilst 2 gentlemen look on. A group of women in the backgound are standing outside what looks like an army hut. No date given, but see 3772 for anther shot of the same event.
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A homemade advertisement for the camps at Harlech presumably those run by Hewlett and his wife Mary. A large manilla envelope has been used to mount 4 post-cards, showing Snowden, Llanbedr Bridge, Harlech castle, and Barmouth. In black ink there are the dates when the camps are available and the prices for the different age groups.
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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.