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Notes on Christian Science, mostly by Nancy and Waldorf Astor, 1933-1952

MS. 15363/85

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  1. Notes titled "Golding home work". Also includes letter to "Mr. Anne" from "Mignon". c. 1951
  2. Doctrinal statements. Also includes correspondence between Waldorf and Nancy Astor and Alec Gollan, papers regarding the teachings of John Doorly, letter to Waldorf Astor regarding The Observer Trust, and annual report of the Free Church Federal Council. 1941-1943
  3. Notes for a religious article on the brotherhood of man. Undated [c. 1940s]
  4. Copy of NCTL Outlook, notes on British and American social and political transition, memorandum on the Christian Science Monitor, and notes on Communism. 1951-1952
  5. Notes for and drafts of a religious article. Undated [c. 1940s]
  6. Copy of an article on government by Waldorf Astor. 1951
  7. Notes for article What is a Christian? Also includes copy of Christianity and Crisis Vol. XII, No. 10. 1952
  8. Page of anecdotes on Britain during the Second World War. Undated [c. 1940s]
  9. Various Christian Science notes, including an address and notes by Bicknell Young, a letter on reflection by Edward A. Kimball, a prayer by Martin Hope Sutton, and a leather notebook containing sayings of Mary Baker Eddy. 1933-1940
  10. Letter to Waldorf Astor from Alice Pyke Howe, postcard with sayings of Mary Baker Eddy, and factor cards. Undated [c. 1940s?]


  • 1933-1952


1 box (10 folders)

Language of Materials

  • English


MS. 15363/85

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

Weston Library
Broad Street
Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom