Catalogue description WAR 1939-45

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Details of W.Temple 58, ff. 38-153
Reference: W.Temple 58, ff. 38-153
Title: WAR 1939-45
Description:

Letters and papers regarding the manufacture of ecclesiastical vessels, a proposed lifting of a ban on ringing church bells, regulations concerning military use of churches, and proposals for repairing war damaged churches. Includes correspondence from: Sir Eric Robert Dalrymple Maclagan, Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum (ff. 42-3, 45, 48, 56, 61, 63); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 46, 60, 65, 71, 108, 111, 124); Stephen Henry Phillimore, Archdeacon of Middlesex (ff. 52-3); Edward Hugh John Neale Dalton, President of the Board of Trade (f. 54); Anthony Edward Percival (f. 57); Clifford Salisbury Woodward, Bishop of Bristol (f. 72); Herbert Stanley Morrison, Home Secretary (f. 80); Henry Albert Wilson, Bishop of Chelmsford (f. 88); Sir Percy James Grigg, Secretary of State for War (ff. 91, 100, 104); Brigadier Ralph Chenevix Trench (ff. 92-3, 98, 103); Michael Bolton Furse, Bishop of St. Albans (ff. 116, 119); Ronald Collet Norman, Vice-Chairman of the National Trust (f. 113); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 114-17, 135, 144-5, 147-8, 150); Jasper Nicholas Ridley (ff. 120, 126-7, 131, 136, 152-3); Charles Robert Grey, 5th Earl Grey (f. 122); Sir George Loyd Courthope (f. 128); Cyril Frederick Twitchett, Archdeacon of Liverpool (f. 129); Francis Carolus Eeles, Secretary of the Central Council for the Care of Churches (ff. 132, 134); and Campbell West-Watson, Archbishop of New Zealand (f. 140).

Date: 18 Dec 1941-8 Aug 1944
Held by: Lambeth Palace Library, not available at The National Archives
Language: English

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