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Letter from Robert Lynd to [Charles Delisle] Burns, 22 March 19?
A letter from Robert Lynd to Charles Delisle Burns, 22 March 19? saying that other members of the Society would object to his name being attached to the fundraising appeal due to his views, especially J. M. Robertson.
Letter from Norman Angell to Delisle Burns, 29 April 1926
Letter from Norman Angell to Delisle Burns saying that he allows the use of his name by the Appeal Committee but not to expect any work or money from him.
Letter from Harley Granville-Barker to "my dear sir," 8 April 1926
A letter from Harley Granville-Barker to "my dear sir" saying that he does not wish to have his name included with the list of supporters for the building funding appeal.
Letter from A. E. Housman to the Honorary Secretary of the South Place Ethical Society, 30 March 1926
A letter from A. E. Houseman to the Honorary Secretary of the South Place Ethical Society saying that he does not wish his name to be included in the appeal committee.
Letter from P. Chalmers Mitchell to Dr. Delisle Burns, 18 March 1926
A letter from P. Chalmers Mitchell to Dr. Delisle Burns saying that although he sympathises with most of the Society's objects he cannot support of the use of his name in the Society's appeal.
Letter from F. G. Gould to Mr. Turnadge, 14 December 1944
A letter from F. G. Gould, editor of the Monthly Record to Mr. C. James Turnadge regarding response letters from those asked to support the building fundraising appeal.
A short history of South Place Ethical Society and an urgent appeal
Pamphlet for a new building funding appeal.