File 1970-010 / 019 (05) - Ward, Mrs (Mary A.) Humphrey

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Ward, Mrs (Mary A.) Humphrey

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1970-010 / 019 (05)

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  • 1887, 1888, 1890, 1892, 1897, 1903 (Creation)

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1 folder of texual records

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File consists of folder of handwritten and typed correspondence, as well as typed transcriptions, excerpts and letter drafts, between novelist Mrs. Humphrey Ward (Mary Arnold Ward) and Welby. Topics include: Welby's campaign to defend Ward's novel "Robert Elsmere" in the English press; types of Christianity; writings by Laurence Oliphant, Max Muller, Professor Clifford ; "Lux Mundi" ; Welby's "Mental Biology;" Ward's philanthropic work; letters that Welby forwarded from others regarding Ward's writing and Welby's cousin (The Warden of Keble? Not present in file); a letter from a Mr. Wickstead forwarded by Ward to Welby (not present in file). Includes Welby's extensive typed notes on religion and faith. It is clear that Welby and Ward met in 1887, July 1888, 1890. Ward writes from: 61 Russell Square; Fox Gyll, Ambleside; Lower Grayswood, Haslemere; 25 Grosvenor Place, S.W. and Villa Iqca, Pallermo. Some of Welby's letters are written from Strathpeffer Spa.

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ASt.Onge: Created from legacy finding aid and migrated January 2016.

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