Series 056-20 - Mission Zone Fund - glass lantern slides

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AU AU-MTC 056-20

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Mission Zone Fund - glass lantern slides

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  • 1940s (Creation)

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56 black and white glass lantern slides, title list in 1 manila folder

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(1918-1999)

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The Reverend Bernard George Judd, a student at Moore Theological College from 1941-1942, was ordained Deacon in 1942, Priest in 1943, and began his long ministry at St. Peter's, East Sydney in 1947. Reverend Judd's many active interests, including Secretary of the N.S.W. Council of Churches from 1957 and Director of Hammondville Homes from 1946, led to his being awarded the M.B.E. in 1973. In 1993 he was awarded the Medal in the Order of Australia for services to the community, particularly for his work with the NSW Council of Churches. The papers held document Reverend Judd's active involvement in several organizations campaigning for contemporary moral and political issues, specifically — The Protestant Convention of 1953, the 1959 State election and the 1974-1975 Sunday Trading Debate.

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  1. Director of Mission Zone Fund (1904-1911) Archdeacon R.B.S. Hammond.
  2. 3 slides of text: (1) The Mission Zone Fund is the Church of England in industrial Sydney. Director: Rev. Bernard G. Judd. (2) St David's Surry Hills (Rev H.H. Davison). St Saviour's Redfern (Rev A.E. Palmer, St Silas' Waterloo (Rev J.A. Dahl), Holy Trinity Erskineville (Rev J.A. Noble), St Michael's Surry Hills (Rev R.N. Langshaw), St Peter's East Sydney (Rev B.G. Judd). (3) Donations to the Mission Zone Fund are allowable deductions for companies and rebatable allowances for individuals.
  3. Map showing mission zone.
  4. St Saviour's Redfern.
  5. Side entrance. House opposite St Saviour's.
  6. Backyard house opposite St Saviour's.
  7. St Saviour's Communion linen donated by an O.A.P. (Old Age Pensioner).
  8. St Saviour's Communion linen bought by an O.A.P. (Old Age Pensioner).
  9. View from back window of St Saviour's Rectory.
  10. 3 slides: Redfern, subdivided tenements
  11. Redfern parish
  12. Rehousing at Redfern: St Saviour's in centre
  13. Rehousing at Redfern: David Jones' factory
  14. Foundations: rehousing at Redfern
  15. From Mt Carmel: St Silas'
  16. Waterloo: two women unaware of photo
  17. Motor cars replace race horses: formerly Victoria Park racecourse
  18. Governor at 81st Anniversary of St Peter's East Sydney
    21a. Beaconsfield: left of church
  19. Beaconsfield Church
  20. Waterloo parish
  21. Waterloo
  22. William Street
  23. Botany Road, Waterloo
  24. William Street
  25. St Peter's
  26. St Peter's Harvest Festival 15.2.48
  27. [St Peter's East Sydney, church interior]
    30a. Same, different perspective
  28. Gov. Gen. Mr I.W. McKell at St Saviour's
  29. Methodist Church off William Street, City
  30. [Girl kneeling beside car]
    34a. 81st anniversary
  31. A picnic group, St Saviour's
  32. Sunday School picnic group
  33. Waterloo laneway
  34. Sister Tattersall, Dss. P. Crittenden.
    38a. Sisters Symons & Tattersall, of the Home Mission Society Nursing Service.
  35. Sisters Symons & Tattersall, of the Home Mission Society Nursing Service, visiting a pensioner in Redfern.
  36. Tenements.
  37. Outside St Peter's Rectory
  38. At Rathane.
  39. Waterloo parish
    Unnumbered:
    • St Peter's East Sydney
    • Housing commission flats, Surry Hills
    • St Paul's Redfern, also Darlington, Ultimo

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  • Shelf: E 14