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Pacifist and religious organizations, 1950-1973

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MS. Coulson 138

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Folder F.6.1: National Campaign for the Abolition of Capital Punishment.

Printed matter, minor correspondence, 1961-1969.

Folder F.6.2: Oxford Christian Movement.

Coulson was its Senior Member from 1972. Correspondence, 1972-1973.

Folder F.6.3: Oxford Council of Churches.

Coulson was on the Council from 1961. Correspondence, 1960-1971.

Folder F.6.4: Oxford Overseas Students' Hostel.

Coulson was a sponsor of the original appeal. Correspondence and printed matter, 1968-1970.

Folder F.6.5: Oxford Pastorate.

Coulson was on the Council. Correspondence, 1962.

Folder F.6.6: Present Question Conference.

Correspondence, 14 pp. heavily corrected typescript of Coulson's address 'The Longing for Truth' delivered at the 1964 conference in Oxford, 1950-1964.

Folder F.6.7: St. George's House, Wolverhampton.

Coulson was a member of the Board of Patrons and Advisers. Minor correspondence and printed matter, 1959-1963.

Folder F.6.8: St. George's House, Windsor.

Correspondence (especially re weekend meeting on Science and Human Potentiality held in December 1967), printed matter. Coulson's address to the meeting was titled 'The Impact on Man of his Control of the Physical World'. Folder includes summary of his talk and Coulson's notes taken at discussion, 1967-1973.

Folder F.6.9: Society for Anglo-Chinese Understanding.

Correspondence, committee papers, printed matter regarding goals and philosophy of the Society. Coulson resigned from the Society in 1968. 1965-1968.

Folder F.6.10: Society for International Development.

Printed matter and correspondence, 1971-1973.

Folder F.6.11: Standing Joint Pacifist Committee.

Minor correspondence and printed matter, 1956-1957.

Folder F.6.12: Urban Theology Unit.

Coulson was a Patron. Correspondence, printed matter. 1 p. abstract of Coulson's talk 'Technology, Science and Humanity', delivered at conference in 1972. 1969-1973.

Folder F.6.13: St. Paul's College, Cheltenham.

Coulson examined the Natural Sciences course 1956-1958 and maintained his interest in the college over the years. Miscellaneous correspondence on reading-matter, courses and examinations, appointments, etc., 1957-1965.

Folder F.6.14: William Temple College, Rugby.

Miscellaneous correspondence regarding the work of the college and its courses on Responsibility in Industry, arrangements for Coulson to visit and lecture, notes for his talk on 'The universe revealed by the physical sciences', 1956. 1954-1963.

Dates

  • 1950-1973

Extent

14 folders

Language of Materials

English

Shelfmark

MS. Coulson 138

Former reference:

CSAC 60/4/78/F.6/1-14

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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