RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoW.Temple 40, ff. 86-368
Date14 June 1942-8 May 1944
DescriptionPapers relating to the prevention and treatment of venereal disease, including a joint statement by Archbishop Temple and Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 352), the text of speeches made by Archbishop Temple as President of the Central Council for Health Education (ff. 353-9), a cutting from the Church of England Newspaper for 19 March 1943 (f. 274), and correspondence from: Ernest Brown, Minister of Health (passim); Charles Hill, Chairman of the Central Council for Health Education (ff. 90-1, 105, 186, 198, 363), including minutes and reports of the Council; James Herbert Lloyd Morrell, Lecturer for The Church of England Moral Welfare Council (ff. 112-14); Talbot Dilworth-Harrison, Archdeacon of Chesterfield (ff. 116, 228-9); the Josephine Butler Memorial House (ff. 117-18); Francis Underhill, Bishop of Bath and Wells (f. 123); the Church of England Moral Welfare Council (passim); the Association for Moral and Social Hygiene (passim); the Central Council for Health Education (passim); Percy Mark Herbert, Bishop of Norwich (ff. 176-7, 211, 337); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 192, 335); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 199, 282, 365); Canterbury Diocesan Council for Moral Welfare Work (ff. 205-7); Sir Bernard Charles Tolver Paget (f. 212); British Social Hygiene Council (ff. 227, 265); Arthur Mervyn Stockwood (f. 234); Robert Forgan (f. 238); Vera Laughton Mathews, Director of the Women's Royal Naval Service (f. 245); Hugh Wansey Bayly (ff. 248-9, 267); Ernest Bevin, Minister of Labour and National Service (f. 258); Richard Austen Butler, Minister of Education (ff. 262-3); Sir Ronald Forbes Adam, Adjutant-General to the Forces (ff. 275, 283); Henry McGowan, Archdeacon of Aston (f. 284); Henry Martin, Editor-in-Chief of the Press Association (ff. 297, 313); Michael Bolton Furse, Bishop of St. Albans (ff. 299-300); William Godfrey, Archbishop of Cius and Apostolic Delegate to Great Britain (f. 322); Roy Drummond Whitehorn, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (f. 322v); Marie Carmichael Stopes (ff. 333-4); Bertrand Edward Dawson, 1st Viscount Dawson (f. 339); Alfred Edward John Rawlinson, Bishop of Derby (ff. 342-3); Llewellyn Henry Gwynne, Bishop in Egypt and the Sudan (f. 347); and Dame Anne Louise McIlroy (ff. 360, 366).

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