RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoW.Temple 23, ff. 225-311
Date6 Nov 1942-13 May 1944
DescriptionPapers relating to the Princess Tsahai Memorial Hospital Fund, including correspondence on Archbishop Temple's appointment as Honorary President, copies of printed appeals (ff. 228, 272-5, 309-10), and letters objecting to the Fund on the grounds that it was diverting resources from more urgent needs such as food, clothing and shelter. Also includes correspondence on the activities of Frederick Stephen Temple, nephew of Archbishop Temple, and Stephen Edmund Verney, in connection to a proposed hospital in Syria (ff. 263-5, 278, 287-9, 304-5). Correspondents include: Estelle Sylvia Pankhurst, founder and Hon. Secretary of the Princess Tsahai Memorial Hospital Council (passim); Captain Leonard Henry Green (f. 233); Archbishop Temple (passim); Sir Sidney Barton (ff. 236-8, 279-80, 282); David Davies, 1st Baron Davies (ff. 244, 257-8); P. Worq, private secretary to Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia (ff. 249, 267, 270); the Friends' Ambulance Unit (ff. 256, 283-5, 290, 292, 294), including a map of roads and railways in Ethiopia (f. 286), and a report by F. Ralph Barlow on his visit there (ff. 295-301); Francis Nicholson Heazell, Hon. Canon of Canterbury (ff. 263, 287); Stephen Edmund Verney (ff. 288-9) John Godfrey Matthew, Secretary of the Jerusalem and the East Mission (f. 305); and Laurence William Grensted (f. 311).

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