Manuscript letter from Andrew E. C. White to Mrs N. L. Morfoot, announcing his engagement to her daughter Sybil Hart and providing references (5 Jan. 1911); Typescript recollections of Sybil W. White (n.d.); Published recollections of Sybil W. White "Quick, Thy Tablets, Memory!;", edited by Phyllis M. Wells (daughter) (1989); 4 manuscript diaries, with typescript extracts, written by Sybil W. White and intended to be read by Andrew E. C. White upon his release from prison (18 Oct. 1916-24 May 1918); Manuscript diary notebook of Andrew E. C. White (26 June-14 Sep. 1918); Manuscript recollections "56 Days Hard Labour", written by Andrew E. C. White in the Guard Room at Ayr Barracks, with bound photocopy (1-4 Dec. 1916); 2 manuscript letters to Andrew E. C. White from Bertram McCrie, one incomplete (5 June 1919, 17 July 1919); 2 Post Office telegraphs from Andrew E. C. White to Eleanor (daughter) (24 Mar. 1919); Book The No-Conscription Fellowship: A souvenir of its work during the years 1914-1919 (n.d.); Manuscript letter to Mrs White from I. D. Drysdale, Duke Street Prison, Glasgow (27 Sep. 1918); Typescript copy of Court Martial statement by G. H. Blake (20 June 1918); 2 picture postcards, one with autographs of attendees of Young Friends Social (1918, 21 Jan. 1920); Postcard to Mrs White from Cornelius Barritt, with autographs of conscientious objectors at Dyce (Aberdeen) (1 Dec. 1916); Press cutting from The Observer (14 Aug. 1966); Manuscript letter from Andrew E. C. White to his family (22 Mar. 1919); Manuscript letter to Mrs White from unidentified correspondent (18 Nov. 1918); Address card (n.d.); Manuscript letter from Andrew E. C. White to Sybil W. White (n.d.).
Andrew White papers
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Administrative / Biographical History
Andrew E. Clarke White, a conscientious objector, was imprisoned at Wormwood Scrubs, Ayr, Barlinnie (Glasgow), and Duke Street (Glasgow) from Oct. 1916 to Mar. 1919. His wife, Sybil W. White (ne Hart) (1887-1985), was also an active pacifist and worked with the families of interned Germans during the War.
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Some papers were placed in the Collection by Mrs Sybil W. White (widow), whilst other papers were placed in the Collection by Mrs Phyllis M. Wells (daughter).
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