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Mowll, Howard West Kilvinton
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Portrait of Bishop Frederic Barker

  • AU AU-MTC 246-1
  • Pièce
  • 1877

Copy of the head and shoulders portrait of Frederic Barker, Bishop of Sydney, painted in 1877 when Barker travelled to England to secure the appointment of the Bishop of North Queensland.

Richmond, George

Photographs

  • AU AU-MTC 061/32
  • Série
  • 1920-2010

Photographs of members of the Robinson family, as well as official events including functions at Bishopscourt and the Bicentennial celebrations in 1988. Also includes photographs of Archbishop H.W.K. Mowll.

Robinson, Donald William Bradley

Subject files

  • AU AU-MTC 200/2
  • Série
  • 1910-1959

Archbishops Mowll and Gough 1950-59
Children's Special Service Mission 1947-1952
Church constitution 1949
Correspondence 1960-1963
Correspondence - Archbishops Mowll and Gough 1936-1963
Correspondence - Archdeacon of Redfern 1949-1954
Correspondence - Archdeacon of Ryde 1955-1957
History of the Katoomba Convention Centre
Moore College 1947-53
Notes on the Reformation
Order of St John of Jerusalem 1947-1953
Personal documents and certificates 1910-1950
Personal financial papers 1923-1959
Trustees of Moore College 1951-1961

Robinson, Richard Bradley

Biographical material relating to Anglican clergy and other individuals

  • AU AU-MTC 102/11
  • Série
  • 1871-1999

News clippings, obituaries and other documents providing information about the lives of clergymen and other significant individuals. With the exception of Mrs Dorothy Mowll, wives of clergy have been filed with their husbands.
Andrews, Mary
Archdale, Betty
Arnott, Felix
Ash, Fortescue
Ashton, John
Barton Babbage, Stuart
Barder, Horace
Barker, Frederic
Barnett, Paul
Bartlett, Lawrence
Bates, Joan
Bidwell, John
Boyce, Francis Bertie
Broughton, William Grant
Browning, George
Burgmann, Ernest
Capell, Arthur
Cartwright, Robert
Cash, Frank
Charlton, (?) Archdeacon
Chynoweth, Neville
Claydon, E.H.B.
Coggan, Donald
Cordell, O.T.
Cowper, William
Cranmer, Thomas
Dain, Jack
Davidson, E.J.
D'Arcy-Irvine, Gerard
Davies, David John
Davies, Stephen
Delbridge, Graham
Devenish-Meares, Matthew
Digges La Touche, Everard
Dumolo, Harriett
Foord, Dudley
Foxe, John
Frewer, John
Fulton, Henry
Garnsey, D.A.
Gledhill, Percy Walter
Goodhew, Harry
Goodwin Hudson, Arthur
Gough, Hugh
Guinness, Howard
Gunther, William
Halse, Reginald
Hammond, Thomas Chatterton
Hassall, Thomas
Heath, Eileen
Hilliard, William
Hinsby, M.G.
Holmes, H.R.
Housden, J.A.
Hulme-Moir, Francis
Jensen, Peter
Jobbins, Boak
Johnson, Richard
Judd, Bernard
Kerle, R.C.
Kirkby, S.J.
Knox, David Broughton
Leslie, E.K.
Loane, Marcus Lawrence
Madden, H.B.
Malcolm, Arthur
Marsden, Samuel - file includes original pastel portrait
Morton, Archibald
Mosby, Ted
Mowll, Dorothy
Mowll, H.W.K. - includes original illuminated address from the Council of St Catherine's Clergy Daughters' School Waverley
Moyes, John Stoward,
Neale, John Mason
Newth, Melville C.
O'Brien, Ronald Arthur "Terry"
Penman, Donald
Phillips, Helen Plummer
Pilcher, Charles Venn
Pitt, Olive Margery
Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother
Ramsey, Michael
Roberts, Basil Coleby
Robinson, D.W.B.
Runcie, Robert
Saumarez Smith, William
Selwyn, Arthur Edward
Selwyn, George Augustus
Shevill, Ian
Shilton, Lance
Stack, W.
Stevenson, W.H.W.
Stone-Wigg, Montagu John
Strong, Philip
Symond, Mildred
Talbot, Albert Edward
Thomas, Mesac
Tugwell, Frederic William
Tyrell, William
Wand, J.W.C.
Warren, Cecil Allan
Watson, Peter
Wilson, Bruce
Wilton, E.N.
Witt, Howell
Woods, Frank
Wright, John Charles

Church of England Historical Society

Moore College students

  • AU AU-MTC Photographs series 9
  • Pièce
  • 1935

Sidney Riley Studios

Photocopied research papers relating to the Church of England in South Africa

  • AU AU-MTC 096/1
  • Collection
  • 1900-2003

This collection relates to the history of the Church of England in South Africa, and consists of photocopies of correspondence, minutes and reports, publications and newspaper articles. It was collected by Peter James Spartalis for his MTh thesis “From Silvertrees to Lambeth: The Australian connection and the Church of England in South Africa 1933-1948” awarded by the Australian College of Theology in 1990. A copy of the thesis is available for in-library use only in the Moore College Library.

Spartalis, Peter James

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