RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoW.Temple 110, ff. 1-101
Date1 Sep 1942-18 July 1944
DescriptionPapers concerning the administration of estates by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, particularly in Paddington. Correspondents include: James Raitt Brown, Secretary of the Ecclesiastical Commission (ff. 1-5, 19, 39, 40-2, 46), including a memorandum recording his and Sir Philip Baker-Wilbraham's opinions on a proposed letter to The Times by Archbishop Temple (ff. 20-5); George Welsh Currie (passim); Thomas Edmund Alex Stowell (ff. 39, 50, 54, 61); Ernest William Barnes, Bishop of Birmingham (f. 52), enclosing a cutting from The Record for 25 December 1942 (f. 53); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 60, 65); Laurence William Grensted, Nolloth Professor of the Philosophy of the Christian Religion, Oxford (f. 63); Robert Chancellor Nesbitt (ff. 67, 76); Charles Bernard Mortlock (f. 69), including a copy of his "'C. of E." Answers to Critics' (ff. 70-1); Hugh Oldham, Chairman of the Church Assembly Press and Publications Board (ff. 69, 87); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 79); Sir Philip Baker-Wilbraham (ff. 84-6); Dennis Henry Herbert, 1st Baron Hemingford (ff. 88-9, 96); Esmond Cecil Harmsworth, 2nd Viscount Rothermere (f. 93); and St. John Beverley Groser (f. 100). Also includes a cutting from the Daily Mirror for 30 March 1944 (f. 82).

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