William Cormack papers

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

6 photocopied letters (June-July 1918); Photocopy of Home Office Work Scheme employment certificate (n.d.); Photocopy of concert programmes (15 Feb. 1919, 15 Mar. 1919); Photocopy of Fancy Dress Ball programme (12 Apr. 1919); Photocopies of three Post Office Telegraphs (17 June 1918, 24 June 1918, 4 Apr. 1919); Photocopy of prison regulations (n.d.); Photocopy of official prison letter to his mother (26 July 1918); Photocopy of discharge certificate (31 Mar. 1920); 12 photographs, with caption cards (Oct. 1918-Apr. 1919); Photocopied extract from The Tribunal (28 Nov. 1918); Photocopy of statement of conscientious objection (13 Mar. 1944); Article "A Century of Further Education" by W. S. Cormack, published in The Scottish Educational Journal (19 May 1972); Typed transcript of an interview recorded with Peter Liddle (Aug. 1972); Letter to Peter Liddle (17 Oct. 1972); Manuscript recollections "Conscription & Conscientious Objection, 1914-1918" (17 Sep. 1972).

Administrative / Biographical History

William Sloan Cormack (b. 1898 in Glasgow), a conscientious objector, was imprisoned in Wormwood Scrubs, and later worked on the Home Office Work Scheme at Dartmoor.

Conditions Governing Access

Access is unrestricted

Note

In English

Other Finding Aids

Alternative Form Available

Microfilmed

Related Material

Tapes 60 and 53: interview recorded with Peter Liddle in Aug. 1972.