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Mowll, Howard West Kilvinton
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Photocopied research papers relating to the Church of England in South Africa

  • AU AU-MTC 096/1
  • Collection
  • 1900-1997

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

Photograph album

  • AU AU-MTC 150/2
  • Item
  • 1950

Contains black and white prints of Ernest Cameron with Archbishop Mowll, the procession through Sydney to welcome the Archbishop of Canterbury Geoffrey Fisher, meetings of the Mothers' Union at Gilbulla Conference Centre and various Sydney clergymen.

Cameron, Ernest

Subject files

  • AU AU-MTC 200/2
  • Series
  • 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
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

Archbishop Mowll's library bequest

  • AU AU-MTC 068/6
  • Series
  • 1959

Archbishop H.W.K. Mowll bequeathed one book or picture from Bishopscourt to each of the Sydney clergy. This series contains letters from the clergymen acknowledging the bequest and stating which book or picture they received.

Loane, Marcus Lawrence

Archbishop H.W.K. Mowll and another man on a podium

The photograph was probably taken at the opening of the John Francis Cash Memorial Chapel, Moore College. The building in the background appears to be the Vice-Principal's residence.

Australian Church Record

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