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‘All is One’ book, notes and cuttings (2018.9.3.5)


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Holmes, Edward, ‘All is one: a plea for the higher pantheism’ (London: Richard Cobden-Sanderson, 1921). Flyleaf signed: ‘M. I. Salt, 20 Spring Grove, Harrogate Ripon, Easter 1922.’ With accompanying loose pages of handwritten notes (undated) and loose cuttings from newspapers and journal articles (1926-1963).
Handwritten notes include daily schedule written on back of Liberal Women’s Suffrage Union headed paper stating: ‘Hon. Sec.: Miss Salt, The Old Rectory, Boston Spa.’ Loose cuttings include:
1) ‘The Questionnaire [on Religious Beliefs]: Final Results’ with handwritten note stating from ‘The Nation’, 15 October 1926.

2) ‘The Nation & Athen?um [Athenaeum]’, 16 October 1926, p80.

3) Numbers 2, 4, 10, 11 and 12 of series titled ‘What I believe’, 1937. Individually authored by Julian Huxley, Storm Jameson, John Hilton, Stephen Spender and Gerald Bullet.

4) Numbers 2, 8 and 9 of series titled ‘What is happiness?’, 1938.

5) Issue of ‘The City Temple Tidings’, Church Council of The City Temple, XVI (85), 1938.
6) ‘Delinquency and mental health’ in ‘Health Education Journal’, April 1943, pp1-7.

7) ‘The Listener’, 16 December 1943, p696.

8) Brown, Ivor, ‘What I believe: Ethics of the Golden Mean’ in ‘The Listener’, 24 July 1947, pp142-144.

9) News cutting by Bernard Shaw re ‘Mr Bernard Shaw’s letter’, pre-1950.

10) Assorted monthly calendar cards, 1957 and 1961-1963. Includes card issued by PDSA (People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals).

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