William Wallace Judd fonds. — 1914-1976.
65 cm of textual records.
9 photographs : b&w. ; panaramas.
William Wallace Judd (1883-1981), ordained priest, 1910, and curate of St. Thomas, St. Catherines, 1909-1912. Headmaster and teacher at King’s College School, Windsor, Nova Scotia, 1916-1927. Rector of All Saints, Hamilton, 1927-1936. General Secretary of the Council for Social Service, 1936-1955 and curate at St. Leonard’s, Toronto, 1959-1981. Founder of the Canadian Council of Churches.
Acquired from the Judd family.
Scope and Content:
Fonds consists mainly of sermons delivered by Judd. Addresses, poetry, notes, confirmation lessons and an issue of “Parish News” from St. Leonard’s Church. Photographs of Judd, All Saint’s Church, Hamilton, Peace River, Alberta, Bishop Hollingworth Tully and Bishop Henry Robert Hunt and large group photos of various synods and meetings.
- Title based on contents of fonds.
- Sermons held together with metal paperclips.
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.