Welcome to the digital collections of the Humanist Library and Archives at Conway Hall. Our physical collections, which include artworks, objects, books, serials and pamphlets, and archive material, cover a wide range of subjects including religion and irreligion, freethought, philosophy, social change and many others. 

Our first digital collection is called Architecture and Place and explores the history of the buildings that have or do shelter our Society, the Conway Hall Ethical Society, and the spaces which we have called home.

Recently Added Items

The nationalisation of our railway system, its justice and advantages


Place of publication: London; New York City
Collation: 16 p. ; 23 cm.
Notes: Publisher's list on unnumbered page at end. Reprinted from 'Justice'.

An address in reply to one of Mr. Thomas Cooper's lectures, at Spalding.


Place of publication: [London]
Collation: 8 p. ; 18 cm.
Notes: Thomas Cooper was a poet, Baptist and leading Chartist.

The logic of death, or, why should the atheist fear to die?


Edition: Enlarged and rev. ed.
Place of publication: London
Collation: 16 p. ; 18 cm.
Notes: Eightieth thousand edition. From the library of Dr…

New life of Abraham


Place of publication: [London]
Collation: 8 p. ; 18 cm.
Notes: Date of publication from KVK.