This section includes minutes of meetings of the Dean and Chapter, Estates Committee, Choir School Committee, St. John's Audits and St. Catherine's Audits, starting on 10th September 1936 and ending on 19th December 1939. This run of these minutes is not complete but is comprehensive.
Canterbury Cathedral Chapter meeting minutes
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- ReferenceGB 1089 UKC/JOH/CHAP
- Dates of Creation1936-1939
- Physical Description2 boxes
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
As Dean of Canterbury Cathedral, Johnson was responsible for the day-to-day running of the Cathedral and its Chapter. Unlike Manchester, procedures at Canterbury Cathedral had long been established, and, while Johnson took his duties seriously and attempted to make changes for the more efficient and inclusive running of the Chapter, he encountered some hostility in the process. The Dean of the Cathedral was in overall charge of the workmen who maintained the fabric of the buildings, the tenants of the Cathedral and the Choir School.