Records in this Sub-series
Correspondence relating to the proposal for a Canada Chapel to be in Guildford Cathedral during the years 1951-19555. File includes: Correspondence on how to approach Princess Patricia for her support for the Chapel Correspondence regarding a meeting with Mr Armstrong [building foreman] regarding the Chapel and him giving advice and counsel. Correspondence with Lambeth Palace regarding the involvement of ...
Correspondence mainly between Miss Iredale and Frederic Rudd of the Canadian High Commission in London. Also correspondence with the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Bishop of Rupert’s Land and the Canadian Legion concerning support in Canada for the proposed Canada Memorial Chapel. Also some donors’ letters.
Correspondence mainly concerning efforts to raise funds in Canada and through the Canada Veteran’s Association in Britain (represented by Frederic Rudd) for the Canada Chapel. Includes some donor letters.
Correspondence to and from Miss Eleanor Iredale, mainly concerning efforts to stimulate donations from Canadian veterans and other sources in Canada for the proposed Canada Memorial Chapel. Correspondents include Frederic Rudd, Vincent Massey, Sir William HIdred, Canon Alan Greene and Sir Edward Peacock/ Includes reminiscences from Evan Gill, brother of Eric Gill
Correspondence concerning increasingly difficult attempts to raise funds for the Canada Chapel. Writers include Frederic Rudd, Sir William Hildred (Treasurer,) Vernon Gill (brother of Eric Gill) and various organisations in Canada.. Includes a report on the progress of the project by Miss Iredale and notes by Sir Edwardr Maufe on the Canada Chapel with an ...
Correspondence mainly acknowledging small donations towards the Canada Chapel. Two letters from Sir Edward Maufe to the Dean concerning the seating planned for the Chapter House. Reference by her successor HCM to the retirement of Miss Iredale on 31 May 1961.
Correspondence concerning possible uses for the relatively small amount of money collected in respect of the Canada Chapel, following a decision to build the Chapter House on the site reserved for the Canada Chapel. Includes letter and ssketches by Sir Edward Maufe.
Correspondence relating to proposed use of funds raised from Canadian sources for the chapel. Includes a letter from the Canadian High Commissioner allowing decisions on the spending to be made by the cathedral committee. Also includes letters from Edward Maufe, the Dean and Bishop Clarkson discussing the inscription and wording for the memorial tablet.
File contains two press cuttings and a headline cutting from Canadian newspapers relating to publicity for the Canada Chapel.
File contains two pamphlets relating to the Canada Chapel, one contemporary to its planning and one prepared for the 40th Anniversary in 2001.