Mark Hayler papers

Scope and Content

2 scrapbooks of newspaper cuttings and photographs, many relating to the cases of M. H. C. Hayler and his brother, Glen Herbert Hayler (1916-1917); Address book (11 Mar. 1917); Issue of the Daily News (22 May 1925); Poster "Shall Britons Be Conscripts?" (n.d.); Photocopied miscellaneous papers relating to conscription, 1917-1919 (n.d.); Pamphlet William Penn's Plan for a League of Nations, first published in 1693 (1919); Pamphlet President Wilson's New Declaration of Freedom, 2 April 1917 (n.d.); Photocopied typescript recollections from an unfinished autobiography (n.d.); 2 issues of An occasional Folio (June 1941, n.d.); List of Dartmoor members of the Friends' War Victims Relief Mission in France (n.d.); Typed transcript of an interview recorded with Peter Liddle (Mar. 1976).

Administrative / Biographical History

Mark H. C. Hayler (b. 1887 at Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire), a conscientious objector, was court-martialled and imprisoned at Winchester and later at Dartmoor.

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Tapes 346 and 348: interview recorded with Peter Liddle in Mar. 1976.