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

1926

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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 & Athenӕum [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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