RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoLC 240
Extent35 ff.
TitleLambeth Conference 1968: Publications: SPCK
DescriptionPapers relating to SPCK publishing initiatives on behalf of the Lambeth Conference 1968, including: reprints of previous Lambeth Conference Reports and research into the copyright position (ff.1-4); Lambeth Conference Essays (ff.5-7,15); correspondence with A.J. Bryant of A.R. Mowbray & Co. Ltd., about importing copies of 'Realistic Reflections on Church Union' edited by Dr. Macquarrie, for sale at the Conference (ff.8-11); preparatory book for the Lambeth Conference (f.12); circulation of the Malta Report to Bishops and Observers (ff.13-14); receipt of profits from the Revd. Bradford Young's colour slides of the Lambeth Conference (ff.19-23); SPCK's financial loss on Lambeth Conference publishing and response of Archbishops Ramsey and Coggan (ff.24-35).

Correspondents include: Revd. Dr. Noel Davey (passim); Michael Ramsey, Archbishop of Canterbury (ff.5-6,15-18); Bishop Ralph Dean (ff.5-6); Revd. Darwin Kirby Jr (f.8); Revd. R.M.C. Jeffery (ff.12); Canon Satterthwaite (ff.13-14); Robert Beloe (ff.21-29,33).
AdminHistoryOriginal file title: Publications and SPCK

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