RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelFile
Alt Ref NoEllison P/16
Extent82 ff.
TitleYork
Date1943-1946
DescriptionPapers relating to Ellison's time as chaplain to Cyril Garbett, Archbishop of York.
f. 1 Letter to Ellison congratulating him on his address at the Annual Service of the Honourable Company of Master Mariners in 1944.
ff. 2-3 Form of proceedings for the confirmation of the election of Geoffrey Francis Fisher to the Archipiscopal See of Canterbury on 2nd February 1945. The ceremony was attended by the Archbishop of York and Ellison.
ff. 4-13 Correspondence from Frederick William Dwelly, the Dean of Liverpool, to Ellison dating from June 1945 to April 1946.
f. 14 A hymn of victory written by the Archbishop of Capetown at the request of F.W. Dwelly.
f. 15 An invitation to Ellison from Haile Selassie I, Emperor of Ethiopia, to a dinner at the Imperial Palace held in honour of the Archbishop of York, March 1946.
ff. 16-62 Photographs of Garbett and Ellison at various occasions including visits to the Royal Airforce, the Royal Navy and trips to Malta and Chicago.
ff. 63-71 Press cuttings containing articles about Garbett, including features from Parade Magazine (April 1945) and The Montreal Standard (May 1944).
ff. 72-77 Note on the work of the Advisory Group for Christian Cells (c.1945). The paper describes the purpose of the organisation, argues for the advantages of centralised control of the cells and suggests that the organisation be equipped with a secretariat and financial aid.
ff. 78-82 Typescript for York Provincial Clergy School 17/7/44: "Many Voices in the World" - relating to issues for the Church in the modern world [no author].
AdminHistoryEllison served as chaplain to Cyril Garbett, Archbishop of York, from 1943-1946.

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CodeNameDates
78Garbett; Cyril Forster (1875-1955); Archbishop of York1875-1955
DS/UK/5392Selassie; Haile (1892-1975); Emperor of Ethiopia1892-1975
334Dwelly; Frederick William (1881-1957); Dean of Liverpool1881-1957
12Fisher; Geoffrey Francis (1887-1972); Archbishop of Canterbury1887-1972
DS/UK/5847Advisory Group for Christian Cells
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