RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelFile
Alt Ref NoCFR CFR 30/2
Extent103 ff.
TitleArchbishops of Canterbury: Archbishop Fisher’s Pilgrimage to the Holy Land and visit to Istanbul and Rome
DateJuly-Dec 1960
DescriptionPapers relating to Archbishop Fisher's pilgrimage to the Holy Land, including: correspondence between John Satterthwaite and Campbell MacInnes, Archbishop in Jerusalem (ff.1-2, 6-7, 10-13, 17, 19, 22-26, 28-31, 33, 35); correspondence and advice from the Foreign Office and British embassies (ff. 3-5 , 8, 14, 16, 18) with a despatch on the visit for the Foreign Secretary, the Earl of Home, by J. M. Walsh (ff.88-94); correspondence with the Israeli Embassy (ff.20-21, 27, 32); letters of thanks from Archbishop Fisher (ff.43-51). Other correspondents include: Samuel Gurney (f.36); Canon Edward Every (f.41); Maurice Jaffe, Director of the Hechal Shlomo (ff.52, 60-61); Fr. Aurelius Borkowski (ff.53-55); Fr. Alfredo Polidori, O.F.M. (ff.56-57); the Revd. George Habra (ff.58-19).
Archbishop Fisher's addresses to the Armenian Patriarch Yegishe (ff.73-74); to Fr. Alfredo Polidori, Custodian of the Holy Places (f.75); on his arrival at St. George's Cathedral (ff.76-77); to the Governor and Mayor of Jerusalem (f. 78); to the Most Revd. Alberto Gori O.F.M., Latin Patriarch (f.79); sermon at St. George's Cathedral, 27 Novermber 1960 (ff.82-87).
Press cuttings from "The Armenian Church" and "The Jerusalem Post" (ff.95-96); text of leading article in "Falastin" (ff.97-99); article by Canon Edward Every in "The Arab World", April 1961 (ff.100-101); text for Bible Lands film strip of Archbishop Fisher's pilgrimage (ff.102-103).
RelatedMaterialOn Fisher's visit to Jerusalem, see also Fisher papers volumes 244-245

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12Fisher; Geoffrey Francis (1887-1972); Archbishop of Canterbury1887-1972
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GB/109/13705Every; Edward (1909-2006); Canon of St. George's Jerusalem1909-2006
GB/109/24202Gurney; Samuel (1885-1968); Anglo-Catholic layman1885-1968
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