Hamilton Family :

An Inventory of Its Papers at the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections

Inventory prepared by Jeffrey M. Long and Kathryn F. Dean
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
Winnipeg, Manitoba
(July 1980, Revised February 1995)

Finding aid encoded by Julianna Trivers (May 2002)
Finding aid written in English.

Revision History

  • July 26, 2005 - MSS 14, PC 12, TC 70 converted from EAD 1.0 to 2002 by v1to02.xsl (sy2003-10-15).


Collection Summary

Repository:
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
Winnipeg, Manitoba

Creator:
Thomas Glendenning Hamilton
Lillian Hamilton
Margaret Hamilton Bach

Title:
Hamilton Family fonds

Dates:
1919-1986

Quantity:
2.5 m of textual records and graphic materials (19 boxes)

MSS 14

Language
English.

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Biography of T.G. Hamilton

CHRONOLOGY OF IMPORTANT DATES

1873 -- Born November 27th to James and Isabella (Glendenning) Hamilton at Agincourt, Ontario

1903 -- Graduated from Manitoba Medical College

1904 -- Completed internship at Winnipeg General Hospital and commenced practice in Elmwood

1906 -- Married Lillian May Forrester, November 26th

1907 -- Elected to the Winnipeg Public School Board

1915 -- Served in the Manitoba Legislature

1920-1916 -- First Chairman of the Winnipeg Committee on Mothers' Pensions

1920 -- Fellow, American College of Surgeons

1921 -- President, University of Manitoba Alumni Association

1921-1922 -- President, Manitoba Medical Association; President, University of Manitoba Alumni Association; Member, American College of Surgeons

1923-1934 -- Manitoba representative on the executive of the Canadian Medical Association

1918-1934 -- Period of psychic research

1926-1934 -- Eighty-six public addresses given to diverse audiences in Canada, England and the United States

1930 -- August 27th, addressed the British Medical Association Convention in Winnipeg; topic: "Psychic Research"

1935 -- Last article, "Reality of Psychic Force", appeared in Light, vol. 55, no. 2818 (Thursday, January 10) Contracted influenza and suffered a heart attack Died April 7, 1935

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

On November 27, 1873 a fourth son, Thomas Glendenning Hamilton, was born to James and Isabella (Glendenning) Hamilton of Agincourt, Ontario. Agincourt, then a section of the Borough of Scarborough, is now part of Metropolitan Toronto.

In 1883, this Scottish-Canadian family moved west and homesteaded in Saskatchewan. They lived in a sod hut on the bank of the Saskatchewan River on a site which is now part of the city of Saskatoon. The Hamiltons were one of the first pioneer families to settle in Saskatoon and did much to further the community and cultural life of the tiny settlement.

In 1884, Saskatoon's first school was opened and a literary society was organized with James Hamilton serving as the society's first president. The years 1884 to 1885 also witnessed the second northwest rebellion. During the uprising the Hamiltons sheltered the wounded and otherwise assisted the Canadian troops who had been sent to stop the insurrection.

Shortly after the fighting ceased, James Hamilton died. The family was soon further saddened by the death of the only daughter, Margaret. Mrs. Hamilton and her five sons continued to farm the homestead until 1891 when the family moved to Winnipeg in order that the boys might secure a better education. The eldest son, Robert, was already working as an electrician in Winnipeg and John, the second son, had left to teach school in British Columbia when Mrs. Hamilton and her youngest son "Willie" left by train for their new home. The other two boys, James and Thomas, covered the eight hundred miles to Winnipeg by pony and buckboard and, for the last several miles, on foot.

Both James and Thomas attended Manitoba College. Upon graduating, they taught school for a period in order to raise the funds to enter medical school. Thomas graduated from medical school in 1903 and completed his internship at the Winnipeg General Hospital in 1904. He established residence and commenced practice in the district of Elmwood, where he continued to live and work throughout his career.

On November 26, 1906 he married Lillian May Forrester of Emerson, Manitoba. Miss Forrester had graduated in 1905 from the Training School for Nurses - Winnipeg General Hospital and had received the top award for "Highest General Proficiency". The Hamiltons were to have four children--Margaret, Glen, James and Arthur.

From the many accounts written by his friends and associates, as well as from his own letters, publications and lecture notes, Dr. Hamilton emerges as a calm, thorough, painstaking individual. For the next twenty-nine years he was to dedicate these admirable qualities to the service of his fellow man through his church and his profession, on civic committees, as a member of the provincial legislature and as a punctilious investigator of the metapsychic. A faithful Presbyterian, he was a loyal member of King Memorial Church Session and Congregation. In 1907 he was elected and ordained an Elder, became a trustee of the church property and later served as the chairman of its building committee.

He was elected School Trustee for Winnipeg's Ward Seven in 1906 and was re-elected by acclamation the following year. Altogether, he served on the Public School Board for nine years, one year as chairman. Some notable achievements of the Winnipeg Public School Board during his years of service were the introduction of fire drills in the public schools, free medical examinations for the students, and supervised playground activities during the summer months.

In July 1914, "TGH" (as he was frequently called) became actively involved in provincial politics. He ran as a Liberal candidate to the 14th Manitoba Legislative Assembly and was narrowly defeated by the Conservative nominee, H.D. McWhirter. Owing to maladministration and scandals involved in the construction of the Parliament Buildings, the 14th Legislature was short-lived. On the resignation of the Roblin Government on May 12, 1915, Lieutenant Governor Sir Douglas Colin Cameron called upon the Honourable Tobias Crawford Norris, Leader of the Liberal Party of Manitoba, to form a cabinet. The difficulties of governing with a minority government soon prompted Premier Norris to appeal to the electorate, a move which returned the Norris Government with a large majority of the vote. Thomas Glendenning Hamilton had again presented himself as a candidate and, this time, was elected as Liberal representative for Elmwood with an overwhelming majority.

The 15th Legislative Assembly was one of impressive achievements. It was this government which brought about the enfranchisement of women (January 28, 1916) and amended the Municipal Boundaries Act. Because of the strict liquor laws, there had been a strong reaction towards drugs. A new Pharmaceutical Act sought to curtail the sale of cocaine and morphine and to confine it to doctors' prescriptions. Women became eligible for civic offices (March 8, 1917), the Mothers' Allowance Act was passed (March 10, 1917), the Election Act was amended and Proportional Representation introduced. The Public Health, Charity Aid, Workmen's Compensation, Public School and Prison Reform Acts were passed. Legislation with respect to conservation of natural resources was also effected and Widows' Pensions introduced. It was this Legislative Assembly which saw the completion of Manitoba's beautiful Parliament Building.

On scanning the Manitoba section of the Canadian Parliamentary Guide 1916 "Sketches of Members", it becomes plain that few, if any, members of the 15th Legislative Assembly entered the Legislature with such a proven record of community action as Dr. Hamilton. His impressive services in that Assembly included participation on several Select Standing Committees including Privileges and Elections, Law Amendments, Private Bills, Public Accounts, Printing and the Library. He chaired a number of these committees.

Dr. Hamilton was responsible for piloting the amendment to the Manitoba Medical College Act (which made the Medical College a part of the University of Manitoba) through the Assembly. He gave full support to the amendment to the Municipal Boundaries Act despite the fact that his own riding of Elmwood would be eliminated. That the Mothers' Allowance, Public School and Pharmaceutical Acts were given positive support in the Legislature was due, in part, to his persuasive and informed endorsement. It was also during a session of this Legislature that Dr. Hamilton expressed the opinion that, in the interests of public safety, annual re-licensing of all those connected with the health sciences should be mandatory.

The 15th Legislature was dissolved on March 27, 1920. As the riding of Elmwood had been eliminated and a portion of it was now part of Winnipeg, Dr. Hamilton, along with forty other candidates, sought one of the ten seats of the House now reserved for the city of Winnipeg. Although Dr. Hamilton made a strong showing, a heavy labour vote and his split riding proved too formidable. He was not re-elected.

These concerns, however, were secondary to his main calling--that of physician and surgeon. Although this collection does not emphasize his medical career, other records show that it was one of solid achievement. From 1911 to 1934, he was a member of the Winnipeg General Hospital Medical Staff. In 1919 the Board of Trustees of the Winnipeg General Hospital appointed him Assistant Surgeon (Outdoor) on the Honourary Attending Medical Staff of the hospital. All those who accepted such appointments incurred, as a condition of appointment, the responsibility to teach in connection with the medical school. Dr. Hamilton taught medical jurisprudence and acted also as examiner in Clinical Surgery.

The busy practitioners who formed the (Outdoor) Attending Medical Staff agreed to accept the further obligation of attending a Clinical Lunch on the first and third Thursdays of each month. One half hour was given over for lunch and a full hour devoted to clinical cases and discussion. The agenda of those luncheons show that Dr. Hamilton regularly addressed the group on surgical cases involving various forms of cancer, orthopaedic and skin graft problems. These talks, as well as published articles, indicate an uncommon measure of success in maintaining the mobility of injured points. The records of annual meetings of the Winnipeg General Hospital Board indicate his deep concern for a high level of service. His constant plea was for more effective co-operation between all levels of hospital personnel. These same records show him working shoulder to shoulder with men whose medical achievements were to gain them international recognition. It was a time that might well be called "the golden age" of the Winnipeg General Hospital when its Honourary Attending Staff included, not only Dr. Hamilton, but Dr. William Boyd (Pathology), Drs. Bruce and Gordon Chown (Rh Factor and Paediatrics), Drs. L.S. Goodman and A. Gilman (Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics) and Dr. Maxwell Wintrobe (Clinical Haematology).

Dr. Hamilton was an indefatigable worker. In 1921 he was elected President of the newly formed University of Manitoba Alumni Association and President of the Manitoba Medical Association. As well, he published the first edition of the Manitoba Medical Association Bulletin. In 1923 he was appointed one of Manitoba's two representatives to the Executive of the Canadian Medical Association--a position he held until 1931.

Considerable as these achievements were, it was his investigation of psychic phenomena that accounted for his international reputation. In 1918, his interest in the psychic had been aroused by his close friend Professor W.T. Allison (Professor of English at Wesley College), who had personally investigated the Patience Worth phenomena. Applying his usual scientific method of investigation, Dr. Hamilton familiarized himself with both the early and current literature of the subject. His later lectures and articles showed him to be thoroughly conversant with the work of Schrenk-Notzing, Geley, Osty, Myers, Podmore and Rhine. For a time his interest lay dormant. But, late in 1920, he began his own experiments which were to continue until April 1935. His aim was the investigation of paranormal phenomena (rappings, psychokinesis, ectoplasms and materializations) under scientific conditions that would rule out any possibility of fraud and minimize any possibility of error. Dr. Hamilton was particularly suited, both by training and by temperament, to conduct such investigations. While psychic phenomena have been known under one name or another in every recorded society, the questionable claims (some of which read like adventures in the absurd) of those who conducted their investigations under loose (if not fraudulent) experimental conditions, produced a scepticism on the part of many. There are few subjects which have aroused more bitter controversy. Dr. Hamilton, however, was interested in certain basic issues: 1) Do we have paranormal abilities, potentials for awareness and communication and action that we do not fully realize? 2) Can they be observed, measured and evaluated? 3) Are these abilities psychological or physical or both? 4) Do these capabilities continue to function after the experience of physical death? In other words, "Is there survival after death?"

Apparently, Dr. Hamilton was not primarily motivated by sentimental or religious beliefs. What he sought to obtain were verifiable facts culled from repeated experiments over a long period of time and conducted under rigorously controlled conditions. Full, accurate records of his experiments--many of them verbatim--were kept. An elaborate battery of cameras provided photographic records. He was well aware that many scientists refused to assign this subject a place for serious investigation. But, as one of his friends indicated, "He followed his own convictions, careless of criticism." In this, as in his other endeavours, he was interested in anything that might be beneficially applied to the human condition. Considering the present-day experimentation in extra-sensory perception, particularly in medical institutions, he may have been ahead of his time.

Nevertheless, there is no indication that his sincerity or integrity was ever in doubt. For himself, like Bagehot, he seems to have realized that "one of the greatest pains to human nature is the pain of a new idea." Knowing this, he was able to accept such criticism as did come his way with a certain equanimity. In time, Dr. Hamilton's work became known in the United Kingdom, in Europe and in the United States. He was asked to speak before a wide variety of groups. From 1926 to 1935, he gave eighty-six lectures and wrote numerous articles that were published in Canada and abroad.

In his correspondence and in his other writings, Dr. Hamilton created his own portrait more accurately than either his family or friends could possibly have done. His writing transmits a warmth of personality and friendship. It is the records of an uncommon man who counted among his friends, in both Europe and America, many famous personalities of the 1920s and 1930s.

In 1933 he resigned from his staff and teaching positions due to ill health, although he continued to write on topics of interest to him. His last article, "Reality of Psychic Force", appeared in Light, Vol. 55, No. 2828 on Thursday, January 10, 1935. He died of a heart attack on April 7, 1935 at the age of sixty-one. The many tributes received by his family attest to the high regard in which he was held both by his medical colleagues and by his other numerous acquaintances. His wife Lillian carried on his paranormal experimentations following his death.

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Scope and Contents of the Papers

Although more than ninety percent of the collection is related to Dr. T.G. and Lillian Hamilton's investigations of psychic phenomena. The collection is of interest not only to the psychic researcher. Anyone interested in social characteristics of Winnipeg during the Post-World War I and Depression periods will find these records of local historical events a rich resource.

Medical and political historians may also find these records worth investigation. They cover the period from 1915 to 1935, an important period of medical discovery and of social legislation in Manitoba. The materials documenting Dr. Hamilton's medical and political careers complement the records of the Winnipeg General Hospital held by the Provincial Archives of Manitoba and the Legislative Scrapbooks of the Manitoba Legislative Building.

The records relating to psychic experimentation span the years 1918 to 1945. The highly-controlled experiments conducted by the Hamilton Group are important in that they form a solid bridge between late nineteenth and early twentieth century research and the developments of the last twenty-five years.

The subject matter of the records includes "rappings", clairvoyance, trance states and trance charts, telekinesis, wax molds, bell-ringing, trance scripts and visions, as well as teleplasmic manifestations.

The records are in various formats--scrapbooks, seance attendance records and registers, affidavits, automatic writings, correspondence, speeches and lectures, newspaper clippings, journal articles, books, photographic records, glass plate negatives and positives, prints, slides, tapes, manuscripts and promotional materials related to major publications. The records have been arranged chronologically in order to show the progressive development of the group, the mediums and Dr. Hamilton's relationships with persons of similar interests.

These personal contacts are worthy of special note. People of all walks of life and from all levels of intellectual attainment are represented. The mementos and correspondence include the signatures of such international figures as Alexander Fleming, Sir Oliver Lodge, Lady Arthur Conan Doyle, The Rt. Hon. William Lyon Mackenzie King, Theodore Besterman, Nandor Fodor, Dr. Bruce Chown and Dr. R.G. Crandon.

All loose photographic media have been cross-referenced numerically according to the experiment they represent. These photos are held as PC 12. The photographs are entirely concerned with seances, experiments, teleplasms, levitations and other related activities and were taken by a battery of cameras specially placed and triggered for use during the various seances conducted in the Hamilton home at 185 Henderson Highway in Winnipeg.

Obituary notices are to be found in Alumni Bulletins, journal articles and correspondence.

An accession from 2012, donated by Margaret Hamilton Bach's Daughter, Dorothy Reynolds Bach, contains a photo of Margaret Hamilton Bach, ca. 1950s, several photographs taken in the 1930s that ended up in the book "Intention and Survival", and various reviews of that book and "Is Survival a Fact?" Also included is Lillian May Hamilton's personal copy of "Intention and Survival"

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Organization of the Papers

This collection is organized into 14 series

  • Hamiltons - Personal
  • Hamiltons - Professional
  • Hamiltons - Correspondence
  • Newspaper Clippings
  • Seance Registers
  • Seance Directories
  • Affidavits
  • Special Records Relating to the Mediums
  • Pyschic Experimentation - General
  • Sittings - General
  • Notes
  • Outside Publications
  • Photograph Collection (PC 12)
  • Tape Collection (TC 70)

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Arrangement of the Papers

MSS 14 underwent two important changes between 1994 and 1995. In the summer of 1994, the collection was re-boxed, reducing the size of the collection to a dozen boxes and rendering old box numbers 1-19 obsolete. In the fall of 1994, and on into 1995, the collection was combined with A.86-56 (Margaret Hamilton Bach). The result of this integration was a new MSS 14, comprised of nineteen boxes, and revamped from the old collection. Many new letters were added to the correspondence section, but otherwise this section is largely unchanged. Much of the significant change involves the order of the psychic experimentation--section two of the collection. More attention has been given to this component of the collection with the registers, directories, affidavits and notes from sittings all held as individual sub-series and arranged chronologically. This new order mirrors (as closely as possible ) the photographic collection, PC 12.

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Restrictions on Use

No part of the collection is restricted, although researchers are to use the positive prints duplicated from the original glass-plate negatives rather than the originals due to fragility.

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Other Finding Aids

Photograph Collection (PC 12)

Tape Collection (TC 70)

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Detailed Description of the Collection

1. Hamilton Family - Personal
BoxFolder
11 Scrapbook - contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, invitations, degrees etc, relating to the Hamilton family and to Hamilton's youth, medical training and career, political career and psychic research.
2 Scrapbook - Papers, newspaper clippings and list of lectures given on psychic investigations, 1925-1929.
3 Curricula vitae for: Margaret Hamilton Bach; James Drummond Hamilton; 40 year alumnus report on TGH; TGH church work milestones.
4 Hamilton family history - includes 50th anniversary of graduation to Lillian (neé Forrester) Hamilton; history of the Forrester family; Lillian Hamilton's obituary; Prediction of W.O. Hamilton's death; obituary of Dr. J.A. Hamilton; obituary of Dr. Glen Hamilton; Prayers at funeral of Glen Hamilton, April 9, 1935.
5 Friends & colleagues biographical data: "The Hamilton Group".

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2. Hamilton Family - Professional Life
BoxFolder
16 Index of Dr Hamilton's professional life - includes 10 page summary.
7 Margaret Bach's musical career - interests, brochures.
8 Dr. Hamilton's membership to the American Society for Psychical Research. Includes Margaret Hamilton Bach's membership to Life Beyond Death, 1983.
9 University of Manitoba 30 year Arts Reunion, 1980.
10 Chronological outline of Dr Hamilton's interest in psychic phenomena, 1918-1934; list of lectures, 1929-1933.
11 Abstract of Presidential Address to Manitoba Medical Association, 1922. Includes tribute from Manitoba Medical Association meeting, 1930.
12 British Medical Association - Lectures, programmes, etc. 1930; "Milestones in Psychical Research"; papers read to the British Medical Association.
13 British Medical Association programme, 1932.
14 Lecture notes w/ introduction by Lillian May Hamilton
15 MHB lectures, 1965, 1979, 1981 & 1986.
Hamilton Family - Writings & Lectures:
BoxFolder
21 Medical articles by Dr. Hamilton:

"Medical Licensure"

"License Inspectors"

"Conservation in Treatment of Hand Injuries"

"Some Studies on the Incidence of Goitre Among School Children in Manitoba"

"Ulcerative Colitis"

2 Articles by Dr. Hamilton published in the Quarterly Transactions of the B.C.P.S. :

"Teleplasmic Phenomena in Winnipeg", 1929, #1

"Teleplasmic Phenomena in Winnipeg", n.d., #2

"Teleplasmic Phenomena in Winnipeg", 1930, #3

"A Lecture to the British Medical Association"

"The Mary M. Teleplasm" 1929.

"Katie King Manifestations in the Mary M. Experiments", 1933

"Some Further 'Katie King' Phenomena", 1934

"Some 'Katie King' Materialisations", 1934

3 Articles by Dr. Hamilton published in LIGHT , 1929-35:

"A Summary of Ten Years of Psychical Research"

"Dr. Glen Hamilton on Trance Personality"

"The C.H. Spurgeon Case"

"Has C.H. Spurgeon Returned"

"Reality of Psychic Force"

4 Articles by Dr. Hamilton - miscellaneous psychic:

"Some Physical Phenomena Observed with the Medium Eliz. M."

"A Call to Science"

"A Review of Volume XXII of the ASPR"

"A Study of the Winnipeg Group Mediumship", ASPR, 1934.

"Photographing Table Levitations"

5 Articles about Dr. Hamilton's work, 1929-1956.
6 Articles about Dr. Hamilton's death.
7 Articles by Lillian Hamilton:

"Prevision Newspaper Tests in Winnipeg"

"Telepathy plus Spiritism in the Hamilton Researches in Winnipeg"

"A Remarkable War Prophecy"

"The Death of Kitty A.", 1937.

"The Wonderful Story of Dr. Glen Hamilton's First Medium"

8 Essays re: Robert Louis Stevenson, by Lillian Hamilton(?)
9 Notes re: essay on Robert Louis Stevenson.
10 "Is Survival A Fact?", by Margaret Lillian Hamilton. Newspaper article reprints.
11 "If These Walls Could Speak", by Margaret Hamilton Bach.
12 Is Survival A Fact? - draft chapters.
13 Is Survival A Fact? - draft chapters.
14 Is Survival A Fact? - draft chapters.
BoxFolder
31 Announcements for Intention and Survival.
2 Intention and Survival copyright certificates, 1942 & 1958.
3 Intention and Survival bills of sale, 1947.
4 Intention and Survival promotional material. Includespamphlet w/ Hamilton biography, reviews & dust jacket.
5 Intention and Survival export list.
6 Intention and Survival draft.
7 Intention and Survival 2nd edition, draft.
8 Intention and Survival book reviews.
Other:
BoxFolder
39 Interviews with M.H.B., 1979-1981.
10 Hamilton Memorial Research scholarship.
11 Donation of Thomas Glendenning Hamilton collection to the University of Manitoba Archives **Confidential** resumes etc. of NAAB appraisers.
12 "Survival and Intention" - a sermon by Rev. Wm. G. Berry based on Intention and Survival.
13 "The Hamilton Trance Scripts" 30 min. teleplay script.
14 "Out of Body Experiences" - includes Thomas Glendenning Hamilton.

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3. Hamilton Family - Correspondence, 1919-1986
Thomas Glendennning Hamilton
BoxFolder
41 Incoming, 1919-1928

Stephens, G.F., Dec 13, 1919 (See scrapbook, Box 1 folder 1, p 17a.)

Teakles, W.B.H. Mar 25, 1920 (See scrapbook, box 1 folder 1, p 18.)

American Society for Psychical Research Dec 6, 1923

Prince, Walter F. Feb 2, 1924

Sifton, John W. Nov 25, 1925 (See scrapbook, box 1 Folder 1, p 46.)

Bird, J.M. Feb, 19, 1926

Bird, J.M. May 20, 1926

Schultz, Stuart Oct 10, 1928

Schultz, Stuart Nov 2, 1928

Sifton, J.W. Nov 26, 1928 (See scrapbook, box 1 folder 1, p 49.)

Crandon, L.R.G. Dec 27, 1928

2 Incoming, [ 1929-1930: ]

Neill, A.W. Mar 19, 1929

Springer, John E. June 3, 1929

Springer, John E. June 12, 1929

Camsell, Philip S. After July 29, 1929.

McKenzie, Mrs. H. Sept 16, 1929

Scott, R.T.M. Oct 12, 1929

Barr, Esta M. Nov 8, 1929

Haslinger, Prof. Nov 9, 1929

Lodge, Sir Oliver Nov 26, 1929

Cannon, Rae Nov 1929

Crandon, L.G.R. Dec 27, 1929

Lawlor, Edward Dec 31, 1929

DeBrath, Stanley Jan 2, 1930

Meyer, Jean Feb 26, 1930

Young, George Mar 21, 1930

Crandon, L.R.G. April 14, 1930

Lamont, Frank G. April 30, 1930

McAlister, H.C. May 7, 1930

DeBrath, Stanley May 23, 1930

Slavin, R.V. June 20, 1930

des Granges, John C. July 17, 1930

McAlister, H.C. Aug 18, 1930

Crandon, L.R.G. Sept 1, 1930

Bigelow, Helen T. Sept 8, 1930

Bigelow, Helen T. Oct 2, 1930

Crandon, L.R.G. Oct 16, 1930

Barr, Esta M. Oct 27, 1930

Crandon, L.R.G. Oct 30, 1930

Barr, Esta M. Nov 5, 1930

Crandon, L.R.G. Nov 12, 1930

Stewart, Isabel Dec 20, 1930 - see also box 5, folder 2

Ward, Ernest Dec 20, 1930

3 Incoming, 1931-1932:

Bigelow, W.A., Dr. Jan 2, 1931

Bond, Frederick Bligh Jan 7, 1931

Agnew, Harvey Jan 13, 1931

Peake, Ruth Jan 29, 1931

Agnew, Harvey Feb 2, 1931

Pentecost, R.S. Feb 5, 1931

Dudley, E.E. Feb 11, 1931

Agnew, Harvey Feb 14, 1931

Ward, Ernest Feb 17, 1931

Crandon, L.R.G. Mar 8, 1931

Walther, Gerda, Dr. Mar 10, 1931

Sproull, R. Mar 12, 1931

Hett, J.E., Dr. Mar 15, 1931

West, L. Mar 16, 1931

Agnew, Harvey Mar 18, 1931

Agnew, Harvey Mar 21, 1931

Ward, Ernest Mar 25, 1931

Agnew, Harvey April 7, 1931

Barr, Esta M. April 9, 1931

Ward, Ernest April 27, 1931

Agnew, Harvey April 30, 1931

Perry, Anne, A. May 6, 1931

Haslinger, Franz, Prof. May 22, 1931

Brownlee, T.I. June 1, 1931

Draper, Gilbert June 3, 1931

Bigelow, Helen T. July 6, 1931

Brownlee, T.I. July 7, 1931

Breaker, George, H. Sept 17, 1931

Agnew, Harvey Sept 18, 1931

Criswell, Helen Parker, Dr. Oct 29, 1931

DeBrath, Stanley Nov 29, 1931

Barr, Esta M. Dec 5, 1931

Bigelow, Helen T. Dec 17, 1931

Bigelow, Helen T. Jan 21, 1932

Barr, Esta M. Jan 25, 1932

Brink, Dr. G.C. Feb 5, 1932

Button, William H. Mar 18, 1932

Button, William H. Mar 19, 1932

Robinson, Mrs. J.M. April 8, 1932

Crandon, L.R.G. June 9, 1932

Doyle, Lady Arthur Conan July 28, 1932

(Jean) Hunt, H. Ernest Aug 5, 1932

Haslinger, Franz, Prof. Aug 19, 1932

British College of Psychic Aug 31, 1932

Science Sproull, R. to Swaffer Hannen Sept 24, 1932

Swaffer Hannen to Sproull, R. Sept 28, 1932

Sproull, R. Oct 11, 1932

Ferguson, G.V. Oct 22, 1932

Agnew, Harvey Nov 2, 1932

Ganshorn, John A. Nov 20, 1932

4 Incoming, 1933-1935:

Crandon, L.R.G. Jan 5, 1933

Crandon, L.R.G. Jan 24, 1933

Crichton, W. Madeley Jan 25, 1933

DeBrath, Stanley Feb 17, 1933

Major, W. Feb 24, 1933

Fisher, Mrs. J.A. April 3, 1933

King, Dan April 6, 1933

Wood, W.R. Rev. April 27, 1933

Brink, Dr. G.C. May 17, 1933

Society for Psychical Research of Russian Students of Philosophical Faculty, Belgrade University.May 17, 1933

Crandon, L.R.G. May 26, 1933

Rannie, Mrs Jean June 8, 1933

King, Rt. Hon. William Lyon MackenzieAug 7 & Aug 27, 1933

Society for Psychical Research of Russian Students of Philosophical Faculty, Belgrade University.Sept 8, 1933

McKenzie, Mrs. Hewat Oct 18, 1933

Kuiper, John Oct 24, 1933

Bestermann, Theodore Nov 6, 1933

King, Rt. Hon. William Lyon Mackenzie Nov 16, 1933

Henderson, Colin E. Nov 23, 1933

King, Rt. Hon. William Lyon Mackenzie Nov 25, 1933

Barrett, Eva Dec 6, 1933

King, Rt. Hon. William Lyon Mackenzie Dec 1933

Cross, Harold, U. Jan 30 1934

Barrett, Eva Feb 10, 1934

Cross, Harold U. Feb 20, 1934

Besterman, Theodore April 30, 1934

Johnson, W.J. Rev May 8, 1934

Wilson, Fred J. Aug 14, 1934

Wright, Mrs. A. Oct 30, 1934

Stewart, D.A. Dr. Dec 29, 1934

Freeman, E.G.D., Rev. Jan 6, 1935

5 Outgoing, 1924-1930:

Prince, W.F., Dr. Jan 24, 1924

Prince, W.F., Dr. Jan 31, 1924

Prince, W.F., Dr. Feb, 1924

Crandon, L.R.G. May 5, 1925

Crandon, L.R.G. Oct 6, 1925

Bird, J. Malcolm Feb 8, 1926

Crandon, L.R.G. May 13, 1926

Crandon, L.R.G. Oct 2, 1926

Crandon, L.R.G. Nov 2, 1926

Bird, J. Malcolm Jan 18, 1927

Hubband, Allen, Rev Feb 8, 1928

McAlister, H. Clive, Dr. Oct 23, 1928

Schultz, Stuart Oct 23, 1928

Neill, A.W. Mar 27, 1929

Richardson, J.T. April 13, 1929

DeBrath, Stanley May 20, 1929

Springer, John E. June 8, 1929

DeBrath, Stanley Aug 1, 1929

Meyer, Jean Aug 1, 1929

Cannon, Mrs W.M. Oct 5, 1929

Scott, R.T.M. Oct 18, 1929

Bell, George T Nov 8, 1929

Lodge, Sir Oliver Nov 12, 1929

Hamilton, Mrs L.M. Nov 29, 1929

Bird, J. Malcolm Dec 9, 1929

Mathers, M. Ian Dec 19, 1929

Cannon, Mrs W.M. Dec 21, 1929

McAlister, H. Clive, Dr. Jan 16, 1930

Cannon, Mrs. W.M. Feb 15, 1930

Cannon, Mr & Mrs Mar 21, 1930

Crandon, L.R.G. Mar 21, 1930

Hardwicke, Henry, Dr. April 16, 1930

Grant, J.C.B. May 6, 1930

McAlister, H. Clive, Dr. May 7, 1930

Granges, John C. des July 23, 1930

Creighton, Mrs. Aug 6, 1930

Barr, Esta M. Oct 30, 1930

Bigelow, Mrs Helen Oct 30, 1930

Crandon, L.R.G. Nov 13, 1930

McAlister, H. Clive Dr. Nov 14, 1930

Stewart, Isabelle Nov 16, 1930

Crandon, L.R.G. Nov 19, 1930

BoxFolder
51 Outgoing, 1931-1934:

Bond, F. Bligh Jan 13, 1931

Bonnizer, Mrs J. Jan 14, 1931

Ward, Ernest, Dr. Jan 27, 1931

Agnew, Harvey Feb 10, 1931

Pentecost, R.S. Dr. Feb 10, 1931

Crandon, L.R.G. Feb 12, 1931

Agnew, Harvey Feb 23, 1931

Agnew, Harvey Mar 10, 1931

Crandon, L.R.G. Mar 17, 1931

Agnew, Harvey Mar 21, 1931

Doty, Dr. Chester A. Mar 25, 1931

Doty, Dr. Chester A. April 6, 1931

Ward, Ernest, Dr. April 11, 1931

Sproull, R. April 14, 1931

Haslinger, Franz, Prof. April 16, 1931

Agnew, Harvey April 20, 1931

Hett, J.E. Dr. April 22, 1931

Stewart, Isabel April 29, 1931

Melson, J.W. Prof. May 9, 1931

Watters, R.A., Dr. May 16, 1931

Agnew, Harvey May 19, 1931

Bigelow, Mrs H.A. May 27, 1931

Brownlee, T.I., Dr. June 2, 1931

Perry, Mrs. Anne A. June 5, 1931

Brownlee, T.I. Dr July 6, 1931

Day, Edith July 15, 1931

Mees, Dr. Oct 17, 1931

Johnson, L.S. Oct 23, 1931

Criswell, A.H.F., Dr. Nov 3, 1931

Agnew, Harvey Nov 19, 1931

Bigelow, Mrs Helen Jan 12, 1932

Barr, Esta M. Jan 15, 1932

Agnew, Harvey Jan 29, 1932

Barr Esta, M. Feb 3, 1932

Bigelow, Mrs Helen Feb 3, 1932

Agnew, Harvey Feb 19, 1932

Agnew, Harvey Mar 23, 1932

Brink, Dr. G.C. Mar 23, 1932

Robinson, Mrs J.M. April 18, 1932

Crandon L.R.G. May 30, 1932

DeBrath, Stanley June 3, 1932

Agnew, Harvey June 8, 1932

Haslinger, Franz, Prof July 2, 1932

Sproull, R. Nov 1, 1932

Ganshorn, J.A. Dr. Dec 10, 1932

Crandon, L.R.G. Jan 17, 1933

Ganshorn, J.A. Dr. Jan 17, 1933

Crichton, W. Madeley Feb 6, 1993

Crandon, L.R.G. Feb 27, 1933

Fisher, Mrs. J.A. April 7, 1933

Wood, W.R. Rev. April 28, 1933

Abel, P.M. May 2, 1933

Brink, Dr. G.C. May 19, 1933

Crandon, L.R.G. May 19, 1933

Wood, W.R. Rev. May 20, 1933

Chown, Bruce, Dr. July 20, 1933

Crandon, L.R.G (2) July 20, 1933

Soanes, Herbert Aug 18, 1933

DeBrath, Stanley Sept 5, 1933

Suggs, Dr. Oct 13, 1933

Besterman, Theodore Oct 20, 1933

Lebedoff-Pavlovitch, E. Oct 31, 1933

King, Rt. Hon. William Lyon Oct 31, 1933

MacKenzie DeBrath, Stanley Nov 9, 1933

Barrett, Mrs Eva Jan 23, 1934

Cross, Harold, Dr Feb 14, 1934

Hilton, Francis A. Mar 15, 1934

Wood, W.R. Rev Mar 23, 1934

Besterman, Theodore April 11, 1934

Sproull, R. June 8, 1934

2 Correspondence re: Thomas Glendenning Hamilton, 1929-1958:

Duperow Philip Camsell July 29, 1929

Lynde, C.V. Isabel Stewart Dec 6, 1930

Clindell [?] Isabel Stewart Dec 16, 1930

Stacliffe, C.E Isabel Stewart Dec 17, 1930 [?]

Isabel Stewart Dec 17, 1930

Bigelow Isabel Stewart Dec 19, 1930

Morgan, P.C. anonymous Nov 12, 1931

Gauvain, Sir Henry D.A. Stewart June 6, 1932

Hambley, G.H. Dr Bruce Chown March 17, 1958

Lillian Hamilton:
BoxFolder
53 "E.M." [Mrs Poole] [includes typed transcripts of letters w/ some documentation], 1917-1930.
4 Mary M. or "Dawn" [Mrs Mary Marshall], 1933-1949. Includes Mary's autobiography & a letter from Lady [Jean] Conan Doyle, 1932.
5 Incoming, 1901-1934:

Kissich, Allie Dec 20, 1901 (See scrapbook, box 1, folder 1, p 96)

Bramwell, Stanley Dec 20, 1901 (See scrapbook, box 1, folder 1, p 96.)

Lodge, Sir Oliver Mar 18, 1921

Freeman, E.G.D. Dec 2, 1921 (See scrapbook, box 1, folder 1, p 22)

Holland, T.E. Dec 4, 1922 (See scrapbook, box 1 folder 1, p 20)

Broad, Eva M. Jan 12, 1925

Doyle, Lady Conan [Jean] Feb 2, 1925

Osbourne, Lloyd April 16, 1925

Lindley, F. Feb 10, 1930

Gordon, Mrs. Charles [Helen] Mar 24, 1930 (See scrapbook, box 1, folder 1, p 51.)

DeBrath, Stanley Sept 18, 1930

Brown, A.H. Oct 21, 1930 (See scrapbook, box 1, folder 1, p 52.)

DeBrath, Stanley Mar 7, 1932

DeBrath, Stanley Mar 21, 1932

Doyle, Lady Conan [Jean] Aug 10, 1932

Doyle, Lady Conan [Jean] Nov 21, 1932

King, Rt. Hon. William Lyon MacKenzie Sept 29, 1933

Pitblado, Isaac Sept 28, 1934

6-7 Incoming, 1935:

Pitblado, May E. April 8, 1935

Stewart, Isabella April 8, 1935

Frankland, Alfred April 8, 1935

Eva & Barney Cooper April 8, 1935

Disney, Dora April 8, 1935

Alkius, T. April 9, 1935

Shaver, J.M. Rev April 9, 1935

Briggs, H.L. April 9, 1935

Leech, W.H.C., Rev April 9, 1935

Lyons, Margaret April 10, 1935

Leslie, James April 10, 1935

Stewart, Dave April 10, 1935

Miles, Mr. & Mrs. L. April 10, 1935

Reed, H. April 10, 1935

Templeman, Annie E. April 10, 1935

Mutchmor, J.R. Rev April 10, 1935

Bond, F.B. April 11, 1935

Thexton, Fern April 11, 1935

Allden, F.A. April 12, 1935

Crawford, F.W. April 12, 1935

Letham, W.G., Rev April 13, 1935

McAlister, H.C. April 13, 1935

Galloway, H. April 14, 1935

Freeman, Rev. E.G.D. April 14, 1935

White, Augusta April 15, 1935

Brown, Dr & Mrs E.W. April 17, 1935

Swan, Rennie, Dr. (2) April 20, 1935 /n.d

Ross Kathryn A. April 22, 1935

Mackay, John Rev. April 23, 1935

Simpson, Evelyn I. April 26, 1935

Fodor, Nandor April 27, 1935

DeBrath, Stanley April 29, 1935

Phillimore, Mercy April 29, 1935

Hankey, Muriel May 2, 1935

Thomas, Winnifred May 7, 1935

Jonsson, Jakob May 9, 1935

Lebedoff-Pavlovitch, E. May 10, 1935

Routley, T.C. Dr. May 13, 1935

[indecipherable] May 15, 1935

Doyle, Lady Conan [Jean] May 27, 1935

DeBrath, Stanley July 16, 1935

Brooth, E.Elliot Sept 21, 1935

King, Rt. Hon. William Lyon MacKenzie Nov 26, 1935

8 Incoming, 1936-1956:

Russell, Arthur J. July 21, 1936

DeBrath, Stanley Oct 31, 1936

Lodge, Sir Oliver Feb 20, 1939

Elliot, Ellen Oct 16, 1939

Richardson, Dr. M.W. Nov 9, 1942

Agnew, Dr. Harvey Nov 12, 1942

[McCann], Isabella [K. (Farquhar)] 1942 or later

Russell, Arthur J. Nov 12, 1942

Freeman, E.G., Rev. Nov 23, 1942

Wood, W.R., Rev Dec 7, 1942

Richardson, Mark W., Dr. Dec 10, 1942

Russell, Arthur J. Dec 30, 1942

Collins, B.A. Jan 24, 1943

Crossley-Hunter, E., D.D April 28, 1943

Barker, Elsa Mar 17, 1947

Barker, Elsa Mar 24, 1947

Woolliams, Eldon, M. Feb 26, 1949

Morgan, S. Rowland Mar 23, 1949

Morgan, S. Rowland July 3, 1949

Morgan, S. Rowland July 25, 1949

Morgan, S. Rowland Aug 9, 1949

Phillimore, Mercy Aug 11, 1949

Morgan, S. Rowland Oct 20, 1949

Reed, Gladys M. May 3, 1950

Pitblado, I. Nov 25, 1950

Morgan, S. Rowland April 28, 1951

Crenshaw, James Nov 19, 1951

Barber, Sylvia Dec 18, 1951

Walther, Gerda, Dr Sept 27, 1953

Sykes, Eileen McTavish Feb 2, 1954

Jean & Dick [Newman] Oct 10, 1956

9 Outgoing, 1929-1935:

Bird, J. Malcolm Mar 14, 1929

Dudley, E.E Mar 2, 1931

DeBrath, Stanley Mar 7, 1932

King, Rt. Hon. William Lyon MacKenzie Aug 9, 1933

"Dear Three" [MHB, GFH & JDH] n.d.

10 Outgoing to MHB:

Aug 28, 1934

n.d., 1934 ?

Sept 4, 1934

Aug/Sept 1934

Sept/Oct 1934

November 1934

Late 1934 1934?

Jan 10, 1935

Jan 21, 1935

Jan 24, 1935

January 1935

Feb 18, 1935

Feb 19, 1935

Mar 6, 1935

March 1935

Mar 22, 1935

Mar 26, 1935

Mar 31, 1935

April 28, 1935

April 1935

April 1935

May 1935

June 1935

June 9, 1935

July 5, 1935

Sept 2, 1935

Sept 4, 1935

Sept 18, 1935

Sept 24, 1935

Sept 27, 1935

Sept 30, 1935

Oct 8, 1935

Oct 20, 1935

Nov 9, 1935

Mar 13, 1936

April 4, 1936

April 15, 1936

April 23, 1936

May 1936

July 15, 1936

July 31, 1936

July 1936

Nov 5, 1936

Nov 12, 1936

1936

1936

1937

11 Outgoing to James D. Hamilton:

Sept 12, 1934

December 1942

Jan 23, 1943

Oct 29, 1949

December 1949

May 1950

July 1952

Sept 9, 1952

Sept 27, 1952

Jan 5, 1953

Oct 28, 1953

Jan 5, 1954

July 4, 1954

July 23, 1955

1955

April 5, 1956

"Lad" [Hamilton, James Drummond] - July 13, 1956

(Incoming from Jim) Aug 21, 1956

Margaret Hamilton Bach (MHB) :
BoxFolder
512 Incoming, 1928-1956:

Crandon, Margery July 1928

King, Rt Hon. William Lyon MacKenzie Sept 30, 1933

Brunton, Elizabeth May 28, 1937

Allan, Isabelle 1956

13 Incoming 1957-1959:

Elliot, Ellen Jan 4, 1957

Boitel, Henri July 30, 1957

Müller, Karl E. Dr Aug 3, 1957

Miyazawa, T. Aug 22, 1957

Suarez - S, Fernando, J. Sept 9, 1957

Miyazawa, T. Oct 22, 1957

Müller, Karl E. Dr. Nov 16, 1957

Moffat, Winnifred L. Nov 25, 1957

Krohn, Helmi Dec 7, 1957

Brandt, Paul Dec 17, 1957

Moffat, W. Dec 20, 1957

Müller, Karl E. Dr. Dec 25, 1957

Boitel, Henri Dec 27, 1957

Miyazawa, T. Jan 13, 1958

Suarez - S. , Fernando J. Jan 31, 1958

Coyle, Anastasia Feb 1, 1958

Stansfield, Margaret Feb 4, 1958

Newman, Dick Feb 4, 1958

Colquhoun, M.S. Feb 5, 1958

Colquhoun, M.S. Feb 15, 1958

Metcalfe, W.H. Feb 27, 1958

Hambley, G.H. Feb 27, 1958

Colquhoun, M.S. Mar 14, 1958

Gingell, W.E. Mar 18, 1958

Boitel, Henri Mar 29, 1958

Suarez-S., Fernando, J. April 6, 1958

Gingell, W.E. April 17, 1958

[McKanday, Ellen (Elliot)] April 22, 1958

Miyazawa, T. May 1, 1958

Moffat, Winnifred L. May 5, 1958

Suarez-S., Fernando, J. May 26, 1958

Sifton, Victor June 3, 1958

Suarez-S., Fernando, J. June 23, 1958

Moffat, Winnifred L. July 11, 1958

Sifton, Victor July 21, 1958

Krohn, Helmi Sept 17, 1958

W.L.M Oct 13, 1958

Jamieson, Juanita Dec 5, 1958

Hofmann, Heinz April 12, 1959

Suarez-S., Fernando, J. June 30, 1959

Hofmann, Heinz Aug 2, 1959

Barbanell, M. Oct 9, 1959

Colquhoun, M.S. Oct 9, 1959

Gerloff, Hans, Dr. Dec 14, 1959

McMillan, Jess Dec 28, 1959

14 Incoming, 1960-1968:

Gerloff, Hans, Dr. Feb 13, 1960

Boitel, Henri Feb 14, 1960

Boitel, Henri Mar 15, 1960

Boitel, Henri April 20, 1960

Boitel, Henri Nov 24, 1960

I.S.F. Congress 1960

Barbanell, M. July 27, 1961

Boitel, Henri Aug 17, 1961

Barbanell, M. Nov 17, 1961

Gordon, John M. Nov 20, 1961

Restivo, S. [to I. Pitblado, Aug 31, 1962 copies to M.H.B.]

Justice, Lincoln, B. Feb 5, 1963

Restivo, S. Feb 25, 1963

Wotton, Kay Feb 27, 1963

Justice, Lincoln B. Feb 28, 1963

Justice, Lincoln B. April 15, 1963

Justice, Lincoln B. July 3, 1963

Miyazawa, T. Aug 27, 1963

Laubscher, B.J.F., Dr. Aug 14, 1964

Laubscher, B.J.F., Dr. Jan 26, 1965

Roland, Charles, G. M.D. Oct 7, 1966

Roland, Charles, G. M.D. Oct 21, 1966

Roland, Charles, G. M.D. Nov 7, 1966

Roland, Charles, G. M.D. Dec 27, 1966

MacDermot (?), M. Ernest Feb 22, 1968

Gold, Ruby V. Mar 10, 1968

15 Incoming, 1970-1979:

Roland, Charles, M.D. July 17, 1970

Walton, Avis Oct 22, 1970

Johnson, P.W. Jan 19, 1971

Mitchell, Jim Nov 27, 1973

Bayless, Raymond March 20, 1975

Bayless, Raymond May 8, 1975

Williams, Marion Feb 14, 1976

Green, Harry Dec 17, 1976

Suarez-S., Fernando, J. April 13, 1977

Rogo, D. Scott May 23, 1977

Andison, Alex July 17, 1977

Andison, Alex Sept 19, 1977

Andison, Alex Oct 23, 1977

Newlands, Charlotte Oct 30, 1977

Owen, George & Iris October 1977

Newlands, Charlotte Nov 23, 1977

Owen, George & Iris Nov 28, 1977

Bayless, Raymond Dec 2, 1977

Newlands, Charlotte Jan 13, 1978

Dutton, J.E. Jan 25, 1978

Permutt, Cyril Sept 1, 1978

Jones, Lilian E. Sept 10, 1978

Permutt, Cyril Sept 25, 1978

Permutt, Cyril Oct 24, 1978

Jay, Bill Feb 27, 1979

Riley, Stephen Mar 16, 1979

Bennett, Richard April 5, 1979

Bennett, Richard June 27, 1979

Neville, Bill June 27, 1979

Bennett, Richard Aug 17, 1979

Pearce, I.B August 1979

Jones, Lilian Aug 28, 1979

Bennett, Richard Oct 15, 1979

Bennett, Richard Oct 16, 1979

Bennett, Richard Nov 5, 1979

Henry, C.E. Nov 12, 1979

Permutt, Cyril Nov 14, 1979

Bennett, Richard Nov 16, 1979

Bennett, Richard Nov 27, 1979

Chown, Dr Bruce Dec 13, 1979

[MacDonald], Jack 1979[?]

16 Incoming, 1980-1986:

Bennett, Richard Jan 30, 1980

Bennett, Richard Feb 8, 1980

Henry, C.E. Feb 8, 1980

Bennett, Richard Mar 5, 1980

Chown, Dr Bruce Mar 16, 1980

Bennett, Richard April 9, 1980

Bayless, Raymond June 11, 1980

Blair, Bill June 24, 1980

Bayless, Raymond July 29, 1980

Bennett, Richard Sept 10, 1980

Bennett, Richard Oct 19, 1980

Henry, C.E. Nov 4, 1980

Chown, Dr Bruce Nov 12, 1980

Bennett, Richard Nov 16, 1980

Bennett, Richard Nov 20, 1980

Bennett, Richard Jan 10, 1981

Rankin, Laird Feb 16, 1981

Bennett, Richard Mar 10, 1981

Bennett, Richard Mar 31, 1981

Wall, Lawrence includes encl from J Oakley May 4, 1981

Chown, Dr Bruce June 8, 1981

Bennett, Richard Oct 12, 1981

Janice[?] Nov 12, 1981

May, Ruth Oct 15, 1982

Henry, C.E. Nov 3, 1982

Blair, Bill Feb 19, 1983

Henry, C.E. Oct 3, 1983

Eide, Lyle Oct 21, 1983

Henry, C.E Nov 18, 1983

Bennett, Richard Dec 2, 1983

Chown family February 1984

Keahey, Delores June 8, 1984

Henry, C.E. Aug 7, 1984

Germinder, Dan Oct 1, 1984

Gordon, Don Oct 3, 1984

Bennett, Richard Oct 9, 1984

Fewer, Eileen November 1984

Meek, G.W. to Roy Bauer cc: to MHB April 9, 1985

Unger, Bob April 1985

Richardson, Tannis M. July 8, 1985

Keahey, T. Herman July 9, 1985

Rodin, A.E. M.D. Oct 16, 1985

Kawata, Mae October 1985

Rodin, A.E. M.D. Nov 25, 1985

Rodin, A.E. M.D. Jan 6, 1986

CIBC January 1986

Lugsdin, Ann April 13, 1986

MB Conservatory of Music May 23, 1986

Fowler, F.M. May 1986

Philips Electronics Aug 25, 1986

Bennett, Richard Sept 9, 1986

Edison Reality Agency Sept 19, 1986

Cohen, Andrew October 1986

17 Incoming from Psychic Mediums:

Mary Marshall Aug 21, 1957

Mary Marshall 1957

Walter Mar 11, 1956

Walter June 7, 1956

Walter July 1, 1956

Walter Aug 17, 1956

Walter Aug 17, 1956

Walter Oct 3, 1956

Walter Nov 13, 1956

Walter[?]-unknown-incomplete Walter Sept 4, 1957

Walter Sept 30, 1957

Walter Feb 10, 1958

Walter Mar 5, 1958

Walter Mar 23, 1958

Walter Aug 26, 1958

BoxFolder
61 Outgoing, 1935-1959:

Hamilton, James April 12, 1935

Hamilton, Lillian Oct 3, 1939

[Hamilton], Joan & Jim Sept 20, 1956

Boitel, H. July 15, 1957

Miyazama, T. July 15, 1957

Krohn, Helmi July 23, 1957

Müller, Karl July 24, 1957

Suarez-S. Fernando July 24, 1957

Suarez-S. Fernando Aug, 28, 1957

Moffatt, W. Nov 7, 1957

Moffatt, W. Nov 15, 1957

Krohn, Helmi Jan 22, 1958

Müller, Karl Jan 22, 1958

Suarez-S. Fernando Feb 15, 1958

Hambley, G.H. Mar 21, 1958

Gingell, W. Mar 22, 1958

Suarez-S. Fernando April 25, 1958

Moffatt, W. April 27, 1958

Miyazama, T. May 9, 1958

Moffatt, W. May 9, 1958

Müller, Karl May 9, 1958

Moffatt, W. Aug 11, 1958

Jamieson, Juanita Feb 16, 1959

Hofmann, Heinz June 10, 1959

Suarez-S. Fernando July 14, 1959

Barbanell, M. Oct 6, 1959

2 Outgoing, 1960-1969:

Gerloff, Hans Feb 3, 1960

Boitel, Henri Feb 7, 1960

Boitel, Henri Mar 6, 1960

Boitel, Henri Mar 30, 1960

Boitel, Henri Dec 13, 1960

Justice, Lincoln B. Feb 11, 1960

Barbanell, M. July 23, 1961

Barbanell, M. Oct 29, 1961

Justice, Lincoln B. Feb 11, 1963

Restivo, Sam Mar 19, 1963

Justice, Lincoln B. April 2, 1963

Laubscher, Dr. J.B.F. Nov 29, 1964

Roland, Dr. C.D. Oct 3, 1966

Roland, Dr. C.D. Oct 20, 1966

Hamilton, James Oct 24, 1966

Roland, Dr. C.D. Oct 24, 1966

3 Outgoing, 1970-1979:

Walton, Avis Nov 1, 1970

Bluett, Mrs Dec 2, 1970

Charles, Miss Molly Dec 2, 1970

Scully, Julia Dec 2, 1970

Walton, Avis Dec 2, 1970

Johnson, P.W. Jan 20, 1971

Koch, Dr. R.E. June 25, 1973

Bayless, Raymond April 7, 1975

Moss, Dr. Thelma July 12, 1976

Suarez-S., Fernando April 25, 1977

Rogo, Scott (2) May 12 & May 29, 1977

Suarez-S., Fernando June 30, 1977

Koch, Dr. R.E. July 5, 1977

Parker, Adrian July 12, 1977

Andison, Alex Aug 28, 1977

Owen, Dr & Mrs. Sept 6, 1977

Newlands, Charlotte Nov 2, 1977

Owen, Dr. & Mrs Nov 4, 1977

Bayless, Raymond, Dec 9, 1977

Owen, Dr. & Mrs Dec 9, 1977

Newlands, Charlotte Jan 19, 1978

Owen, Dr. & Mrs April 27, 1978

Permutt, Cyril Sept 13, 1978

Jones, Lilian Sept 18, 1978

Permutt, Cyril Oct 6, 1978

Permutt, Cyril Nov 10, 1978

Jay, Bill May 3, 1979

Riley, Stephen Mar 22, 1979

Bennett, Richard Nov 1, 1979

Henry, Prof, C.E. Nov 14, 1979

Permutt, Cyril Nov 26, 1979

Bennett, Richard Dec 6, 1979

4 Outgoing, 1980-1986:

Suarez-S., Fernando Jan 9, 1980

Chown, Dr Bruce Jan 16, 1980

Bennett, Richard Jan 18, 1980

Bennett, Richard Feb 4, 1980

Bennett, Richard Mar 17, 1980

Chown, Dr Bruce Mar 28, 1980

Bayless, Raymond May 7, 1980

Bayless, Raymond June 22, 1980

Blair, W. July 14, 1980

Dean, Kathryn Oct 29, 1980

Bennett, Richard Nov 3, 1980

Bayless, Raymond Nov 5, 1980

Chown, Bruce, Dr. Nov 5, 1980

Henry, Prof C.E. Nov 5, 1980

Rankin, Laird Feb 12, 1981

Bennett, Richard Feb 26, 1981

Chown, Dr Bruce May 17, 1981

Bennett, Richard Nov 19, 1981

Blair, W. April 26, 1983

Henry, Prof C.E. Oct 5, 1983

Director of Student Affairs - Oct 5, 1983

U of M Manikel, Mrs E. Oct 15, 1983

Henry, Prof C.E. Aug 9, 1984

Bennett, Richard Nov 1, 1984

Rodin, A.E. M.D Nov 3, 1985

Rodin, A.E. M.D Nov 28, 1985

Rodin, A.E. M.D Jan 12, 1986

Bennett, Richard Sept 12, 1986

BoxFolder
65 James D. Hamilton/Glen Hamilton:

Dye, Clarkson Sept 3, 1943

Morgan, S. Rowland April 11, 1944

Morgan, S. Rowland Oct 30, 1946

Knowles, Eric June 23, 1955

Gordon, John M. Nov 10, 1961

Chown, Bruce, Dr. [outgoing] Dec 6, 1942

Intention and Survival
BoxFolder
66 1930's
7 1940
8 1941
9 1942 Jan - June
10 1942 July - Dec
11 1943-1947
12 Receipts - 1947
13 1959
14 w/ Regency Press, 1976-1984 (includes 1982-83 invoices)
Psychic News
BoxFolder
515 Psychic News , 1957-1981.

Clippings from the following newspapers have been separated from this file:

Wpg Free Press Jan - Feb 1958

The People Feb 16, 1958

Wpg Free Press January 1958

Two Worlds Sept 16, 1958

Toronto Star June 10, 1967

C.M.A. Journal May 22, 1971

Psychic News June 9, 1973

Psychic News Jan 13, 1979

Psychic News Nov 1, 1980

as have galley sheets from Is Survival A Fact?

BoxFolder
616 Psychic News 1981-1986.
Metascience:
BoxFolder
617 Incoming.
18 Outgoing.

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4. Newspaper Clippings 1926-1985
Thomas Glendenning Hamilton
BoxFolder
71 Articles written by TGH:

Daily Sketch [London]:

Oct 3, 1932, p. 7 et seq.

Oct 4, 1932, p. 7 et seq.

Oct 5, 1932, p. 7 et seq.

Winnipeg Free Press:

Feb 20, 1933, p. 3 Feb 21, 1933, p. 3

Feb 22, 1933, p. 3

Feb 23, 1933, p. 3

Feb 24, 1933, p. 3

Feb 25, 1933, p. 3

2 Articles about TGH:

Montreal B.U.P

June 3, 1931

The Country Guide

November 1930 [Added May 2002 by Archives & Special Collections Staff]

Canadian Press

May 14, 1931

Daily Eagle [New York]

Nov 26, 1929

Mar 1, 1932

Daily Sketch [London]

Oct 1, 1932

Oct 3, 1932

Elmwood Herald

April 11, 1935

Jan 10, 1954

Light

Oct 14, 1932

London [ON] Free Press

1951

n.d.

Montreal Standard

Jan 11, 1943

Montreal Star

1951

The People

Feb 16, 1958

Psychic News October 1932

Jan 13, 1979

Sept 3, 1955

Mar 31, 1979

Aug 17, 1963

Nov 1, 1980

May 14, 1977

Psychic Observer

May 10, 1952

Signs

Aug 5, 1932

Toronto Evening Telegram

Mar 14, 1931

Toronto Saturday Night

Dec 5, 1942

Toronto Star

Mar 14, 1931

Two Worlds

Aug 19, 1932

Feb 22, 1958

Sept 6, 1958

Western Home Monthly

August 1931

Wpg Free Press

Dec 23, 1926

1933

Nov 9/18 1928

Aug 30, 1934

Feb 27, 1929

Nov/Dec 27, 1934

Aug 28, 1930

April 8, 1935

Aug 28, 1930

December 1953

Feb 18, 1933

Wpg Sun

March 25, 1985

Wpg Tribune

Aug 28, 1930

June 12, 1931

March 15, 1932

1934

Dec 27, 1934

March 24, 1973

July 15, 1978

Lillian Hamilton
BoxFolder
73 Articles by Lillian Hamilton:

Globe and Mail

Nov 18, 1950

John O' London's

June 22, 1953

Two Worlds

July 15, 1950

Sept 2, 1950

Wpg Free Press

June 22, 1953

4 Articles about Lillian Hamilton:

London Eve. Free Press

Dec 13, 1951 Montreal Gazette

Dec 14, 1951

Wpg Free Press

April 1934

March 5, 1955

Wpg Tribune

Dec 14, 1951

Margaret Hamilton Bach
BoxFolder
75 Articles by MHB:

Toronto Daily Star

April 21 - May 3, 1958

Two Worlds

Oct 31, 1959

Wpg Free Press

Jan 18 - Feb 1, 1958

Wpg Tribune

Feb 17, 1950[?]

6 Articles about MHB:

Wpg Free Press

May 1978

Wpg Tribune

Jan 4, 1979

The Hamilton Group:
BoxFolder
77 A collection of articles about co-workers and friends of TGH including:

Dr W.T. Allison

Dr Bruce Chown

H.A.V. Green

Rt. Hon. William Lyon MacKenzie King

Dr. Ross Mitchell

Isaac Pitblado

Hugh A. Reed

Victor Sifton

Psychic Newsclippings:
BoxFolder
78 Co-operative Consumer Nov 15, 1977
9 Daily Eagle Nov 26, 1929
10 Daily Sketch May 5, 1944
11 International Psychic Gazette October 1930
12 John O' London's Nov 9, 1951; 1952
13 London [Ontario] Free Press Nov 21, 1951; Feb 20, 1952
14 Montreal Gazette July 28, 1979
15 Montreal Star Feb 14, 1970
16 The News June 1984
17 Psychic News

Feb 1, 1961

Feb 8, 1961

May 22, 1965

Jan 28, 1967

Oct 23, 1976

18 Psychic Observer Feb 10, 1957
19 Sunday Express May 14, 1944
20 Toronto Star

Dec 21, 1935

June 10, 1967

April 1977

July 6, 1980

Aug 2, 1986

21 Two Worlds

Aug 19, 1932 ( Annotated by Lillian Hamilton. Photo of "Reflectograph" attached.)

Feb 22, 1958

July 21, 1962

22 Wpg Free Press

June 21, 1977

Oct 21, 1977

March 30, 1978

Dec 6, 1978

Feb 15, 1979

Oct 31, 1979

Nov 7, 1983

Mar 7, 1984

June 12, 1984

Aug 14, 1984

Aug 15, 1984

Dec 7, 1984

Feb 23, 1985

Sept 23, 1985

n.d.

Manitoba Free Press:

Dec 5, 1928, p 15.

Unidentified:

November 1940

July 1, 1954

Nov 28, 1977

n.d.

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Psychic Experimentation 1921-1985, predominant 1921-1945
Seance Attendance Registers:
BoxFolder
81 March 29, 1925 - December 9, 1926 - includes MSS & typed formats.
2 Jan 20, 1927 - Dec 29, 1929. Typed format, 1927 only.
3 Jan 5, 1930 - Feb 19, 1933.
4 Feb 22, 1933 - May 22, 1935.
5 May 8, 1935 - June 8, 1936. Original notes by Gladys and Dr Bruce Chown.
Seance Directories:
BoxFolder
86 Index April 1923 - September, 1927.
7 R.L.S. seance output index, April 1923 - July 1925.
8 "Book I - R.L.S. directory 1923-1927", MSS & typed format.
BoxFolder
91 "Book II - R.L.S. Alone 1923-1925"
2 "Book III - Directory 1925 - 1927".
3 "Book IV - Directory 1927".
Affidavits for Seance Sittings:
BoxFolder
94 May 13, 1928 - Bell Ringing
5 September 23, 1928 - Bellchords & Teleplasm.
6 November 4, 1928 - Spurgeon Face.
7 November 25, 1928 - 5 Faces
Special Records relating to Mediums:
The Mediums
a. "E.M." [Elizabeth Poole]
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98 "E.M." and the Stevenson Phenomena: report, verification and analysis by Lillian Hamilton.
9 Outline of special steps in the progressive development of "E.M.". Includes analytical study of "E.M." by TGH and a commentary by MHB.
10 General summary of "E.M." regarding her development by TGH.
11 TGH on Trance [re: E.M. esp.]
12 Trance Charts and graphs.
13 Telekinesis, 1921-1924 & 1922-1927.
14 Wax Moulds, 1923-1924.
15 First period in Mrs. Poole's development, Oct, 1920 - Nov 1923 [#1-40].
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101-2 Robert Louis Stevenson [R.L.S] scripts: November 1923 - December 1924 [#41-169]
3-5 January -December 1925 [#170-249]
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111 January - December 1925 [#250-276]
2-5 January - April 1926 [#277-319]
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121-5 Robert Louis Stevenson [R.L.S.] and David Livingston [D.L.] scripts: May 1926 - Dec 1926 [#320-377]
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131-7 January - June 1927 [# - 414]
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141-4 January - June 1927
5-14 July - December 1927 [#433-453]
15 David Livingston index.
16 Biographical notes & Index of William Thomas Stead. Includes notes on R.L.S.; D.L., Stead & Camille Flammarion - their 1st appearance in trance.
b. Jay MacDonald
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1417 Jay MacDonald scripts - The Small Group (March 1929 - 17 Sept, 1935), pp 1- 133 & Feb 2, 1934 - Sept 19, 1935. Includes notes 1935-36, prior to the scripts.
18 Jay MacDonald scripts - version 2. [NB: the scripts are the same as folder 17, but the annotation is different, 1933 only.]
c. Mary Marshall
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1419 R.L.S. scripts, 1930-1944. Includes annotated material not readily related to the scripts.
20 R.L.S. scripts via "Dawn", 1941-44.
21-22 Notes on the "Walter" control.

Within the literature, both then and now, the plural form of medium [ie. the conduit between this world and the next] is indicated as mediums, not the standard media. In keeping with the jargon, this finding aid will employ the form of mediums.

Psychic Experimentation - General:
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151 David Livingston transmissions and information.
2 Raymond Lodge War Prophecy.
3 Stead Prediction of the Coming of Christ.
4 Stead transmissions, 1921-1945.
5 Gratton, Lodge, Stead and Doyle scripts, 1931-1944 - four scripts (March - April, 1931 initialled by Dr Bruce Chown.
6 Story of Hamilton Experiments/processes.
Sittings:
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157 Outline of sequence of Hamilton Experiments - includes notes on Hamilton's personal life. [Not a definitive directory.]
8 Telekinesis, Mrs. Poole: 1922-27. Alterations in Table Weight, 1922; Table Levitation and Inversion, 1922-27.
9 Psychic predictions & supranormal cognition, 1928-31.
10 Mary M. Teleplasms, 1928-40. Directory. The sittings are arranged according to the groups outlined in this directory [w/notes].
11 Teleplasmic researches.
12 Group I : June-Sept 1928.
13 Group II: Oct 1928 - Jan 1929 - "Miniature Teleplasmic Faces".
14 Group III: Jan-April 1929 - "Amorphous Masses"
15 Group IV: May 1929 - "Fourth Spurgeon".
16 Group V: May-Aug 1929 - "Utilitarian Masses"
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161 Group VI: Sept-Oct 1929 - "Teleplasmic Miniature Faces."
2 Group VII: Nov 1929 - March 1930. - "Lucy"
3 Group VIII: March-Dec 1930 - John King & Katie King"
4 Group IX: Nov-Dec 1930 - "Katie King".
5 Group IXa: Dec 1930 - Feb 1931 - "Shining Garment".
6 Group X: March-June 1931 - "Manipulated Teleplasms".
7 Group XI: Aug-Dec 1931 - "Second Lucy Series".
8 Group XII: Jan-April 1932 - "Diversified Phenomena".
9 Group XIII: May-June 1932 - "Second Doyle Series". Includes cross-evidence obtained in London, 1932.
10 Group XIIIa: Oct-Dec 1932 - "Various Phenomena"
11 Group XIV: Jan-April 1933 - "Third Katie King"
12 Group XV: May 1933 - Nov 1933 - "Minor Materializations"
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171 Group XVI: Nov 1933 - March 1934.
2 Group XVIa: April-May & Oct-Dec 1934.
3 Summary of Experiments: 1928-1934.
4 Group XVII: Bruce Chown Series, Dec 1934 - 1936.
5 Lillian Hamilton - Experiments & notes. Jan-June 1936 re: Isabella
6 Group XVIII: 1939-40 - Hamilton - Reed Experiments.
7 "Dawn's Gaelic Script", 1942-45.
8 Experiments by Lillian Hamilton, n.d.
Notes:
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17 9 TGH notes n.d.
10 Notes - 1921-1985.
11 "Direct Voice" notes - May 1928 - July 1930, by C. Bush. 11 Sept 1930 - May 1936. [pp XI & XII missing]
12 Automatic writings - pp 57-58. March 29, 1933.
13 "Notes [by MHB] On Book On T.G. Hamilton", 1973-1986.

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Outside Publications [ca. 1869]-1976
Scrapbooks:
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181 Summary of important people in the psychic field. Alphabetical listing, 2 vols, ca. 1869-1930.
2 Clippings, notes and article re: ca. 1923-1946.
3 "Reports on Psychical Phenomena by Early Twentieth Century Investigators" Many journal articles are cited.
Journals and Journal Excerpts:
Light :
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184 Journals:

April 1951

July 1954

5 Excerpts:

April 1927

September 1930

July 1936

November 1954

September 1955

December 1955

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Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research :
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186 Journals:

March 1964

December 1966

March 1969

March 1972

October 1974

January 1976

7 Excerpts:

1968

March 1976

Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research :
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188 Journals:

January 1926

March 1926

June 1926

July 1926

September 1926

December 1926

November 1927

December 1927

May 1928

July 1931

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191 Excerpts:

March 1924

November 1924

May 1923

July 1925

January 1926

February 1927

December 1927

October 1929

January 1931

August 1931

October 1931

February 1932

Aug-Sept 1932

December 1932

May 1934

June 1945

July 1945

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192 A Study in Psychics , 1925
3-4 Transactions of the British College of Psychic Sciences , 1935

Excerpts:

1932

April 1934

1935

April 1936

May(?) 1936

n.d.

Other:
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195 Journals:

Direct Voice , 1930

Survival , 1935

The Lincoln Way , 1955

Survival , 1966

Excerpts by Journal :
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196 The Spectator , "Psychic Forces", series #'s 1-6 Dec 1935 - Jan 1936.
7 Literary Guide , December 1952.
8 JAMA , April 1965.
9 Manchester Guardian Weekly , May 1968.
10 Reader's Digest ,

1954 re: Patience Worth.

1957, "Beyond Death There is Life" N.V. Peale.

11 Borderline , n.d.
Excerpts by Author/title:
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1912 Broad, C.D.

"The Arguments for Human Survival"

"The Arguments for Human Survival, II"

"The Arguments for Human Survival, III"

"The Arguments for Human Survival, IV"

13 Crandon, L.R.G., "The Margery Mediumship"
14 DeBrath, Stanley

"Phénomènes Psychiques au Moment de la Mort"

"The New Trend of Science"

"Ectoplasm"

15 Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan, "The Psychic Question as I See It"
16 Driesch, Hans,

"Metaphysical Phenomena from the Biological Viewpoint"

"Psychical Research and Philosophy"

17 Haslinger, Franz, "Vom Geiste der Verneimung"
18 Hyslop, James, H. "The Method of Psychic Research"
19 Joad, C.E.M.

"I Was an Agnostic"

"The Theatrical Basis of Psychic Phenomena"

20 Lodge, Sir Oliver

"The University Aspect of Psychical Research"

"The Attitude of the Church to the Phenomena Known as Spiritualism."

21 Prince, Walter F. "Is Psychical Research worthwhile?"
22 Sudre, René

"A Seance with Rudi Schneider"

"Psychical Research and Psychology"

"Animal Metaphysics"

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1923 Excerpts - Miscellaneous:

Lester, R. "My Philosophy of Life", 1954.

Ford, Arthur, "Life Beyond Death", 1971.

O'Donnell, Michael, "One Man's Burden", 1986

Drury, Dave, "The Lofty and/or Assumptive We", n.d.

Wrenn, C. Gilbert "Henry Scott Holland on Dying", n.d.

Neres, Elizabeth, "To Margery", n.d.

Richet, Charles, no title, n.d.

"Prayer of a Mother Superior", n.d.

"Prayer of St Francis of Assisi" 1181-1226

Greeting by "Fra Giovanni", 1513.

Excerpts re: Robert Louis Stevenson:
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1924 Henry James, Notes on Novelists, 1914. Sir Sidney Colvin, Robert Louis Stevenson and Henry James.
Excerpts by Robert Louis Stevenson:
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1925 Prayers and spiritual essays.
26 Annotated articles:

Crabbed Ice and Youth

The South Seas

AES Triplex

An Apology for Idlers

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (incomplete)

Father Damien

Virginibus Puerisque

Will O' the Mills

Pan's Pipes

Ordered South

On Falling in Love

A Retrospect

A Wreath of Immortelles

Cockermouth and Keswick

Nuits Blanches

El Dorado

Walking Tours

Child's Play

Markheim

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Photograph Collections (PC 12)
2" Slides
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11 2" slide register - compiled by Margaret Hamilton Bach(?)
2 Photograph register - compiled by Margaret Hamilton Bach(?)
3 Slides re: Telekinesis - 2 sheets.
4 Slides re: Trance - 1 sheet.
5 Slides re: Teleplasm - 13 sheets.
Glass Lantern Slides
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2 Telekinesis - slide #'s: 4-5, [5a-5b], 8, 10-12, 17, 18, 20-21, [26a] - [26c].
Trance slides #'s: 27-29, [29a], 30-31, 33-35, 40-43, [44] - [49].
Group I slide #'s: 1-3, 5, 5d.
Group II slide #'s: 6a, 7a-8, 9, 9b, 10b- [10d], 11a, 12c.
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3 Group III slide #'s: 13d, 15a, 15c, 16b, 16c, 16e, 17c, 17e.
Group IV slides #'s: 18c, 18e, 18g, 18h.
Group V slide #'s: 19c, 20b, 20e.
Group VI slides #'s: 22b, 22c, 22e, 22f, 23a, [24], 24c, 24d1, 24d2, 25c, 25d.
Group VII slides #'s: 27a, 27b, 28b, 28c, 28d, 28e.
Group VIII slides #'s: 30, 30c, 31b.
Group IX slides #'s: 32b, 32f, 32g, 32h, 33, 33a, 33b, 33d, 34, 34b, 34f, 34g.
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4 Group X slides #'s: 4 36, 37b.
Group XI slides #'s: 38a, 38c, 39a.
Group XII slides #'s: 40b, 40c, 41a, 42b, 43a-45.
Group XIII slides #'s: 46-47, [47.1], 47d, 48b.
Group XIV slides #'s: 49e, 49g, 50, 51, 52a, 52c, 53b.
Group XV slides #'s: no slides
Group XVI slides #'s: no slides
Group XVII slides #'s: 66a.
Group XVIII slides #'s: 68-69b.
The following slides do not correspond with the 2" slides, but are directly related to the Hamilton experiments and were taken using Hamilton camera equipment.

#1 Group shot - seance - M.M. et al. 4

#2 Portrait - seance - M.M.

#3 Trance writing - C.H. Spurgeon.

#4-5 Teleplasmic veil, 2 slides

#6 Picture (includes Katie King).

T.G.H. Lecture Series: - used by T.G.H. 1926-34,

10 slides.

Psychic History - General - (1880-1910):

Sir William Crookes

Sir Oliver Lodge

F.W.H. Myers

Lord Raleigh

Dr. Eugene Osty

Psychic History - British:

Sir Oliver Lodge

Sir William Crookes

Sir William Barrett

Prof. Alfred Russell Wallace

F. Bligh Bond

Rt. Hon. Lord Balfour

Prof. F.W.H. Myers

Stanley deBrath

W.T. Stead

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5 Psychic History - Continental:

Dr. Eugene Osty (France)

Dr. Gustave Geley (France)

Camille Flammarion (France)

Dr. Charles Richet (France)

Dr. Baron von Schrenck-Notzing (Germany)

Walter:

I. Teleplasmic hand in dental wax - Dr. Crandon presiding, TGH witnessed similar findings in 1923/24

II. Thumbprint of Walter - Impression in dental wax vs. print found on his shaving razor approx. 13 years after his death, (d. 1911).

III. Speaking through "Voice-Cut Out Machine" - Walter spoke via Margery. T.G.H. verified this process in 1925.

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Psychic Phenomena - General:
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5 I. Crude teleplasm - Wpg, 1926. Dr. Creighton & medium Mrs. J.D. (Elizabeth) Young.

4 slides.

II. Enclosed accordion is played - 1873 - Sir William Crookes w/ Daniel Dunglas Home - medium.

1 slide.

III. Telekinesis - table levitation, Italy, 1875 byFlammarion, Franek Kluski - medium.

2 slides.

IV. Teleplasmic forms: 1912 - Dr. Schrenck-Notzing Eva C. medium (#1). Dr. Gustave Geley , Eva C. - medium, (#2-5).

5 slides.

V. Telekinesis & teleplasm, Belfast, 1916 - Crawford - K. Goligher - medium.

3 slides.

VI. Paraffin glove, made by materialized hands - Warsaw, 1918, Dr. Eugene Osty, Franek Kluski - Medium.
VII. Plaster cast of [teleplasmic?] hands, Warsaw 1918, F. Kluski - medium.

2 slides.

VIII. Amorphous masses: Paris, 1912, under Mme. Bisson, Eva C. - Medium (#1). 1918, under Schrenck-Notzing, (#2).
Spirit Photography:

1 - T.G.H., L.H. & T.G.'s sister, Margaret (d. 1886)

2 - Arthur Conan Doyle on portrait of wife & son

3 - Conan Doyle

4 - Veiled girl.

X. Reflectograph - used in 1932 by TGH & L.H.

1 slide.

XI. Boy preacher, Spurgeon cf June 1932 teleplasm.

1 slide.

XII. Margery - Boston experiments, 34 slides (including duplicates)w/ Dr. Crandon, 1921-1939:

Margery # 1-2

Teleplasm # 3-4

Amorphous plasm # 5-18

Writing # 19

psychic equipment # 20-27

miscellaneous # 28-29.

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Electronic Records (EL 3) 2003

EL 3 consists of 70 .tif files of photographs, slides and negatives from the Hamilton photograph collection, PC 12. These items were scanned at the request of a researcher. EL 3 has been stored as Box 20 of MSS 14.

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20 CD 1

(49 files)

Richard_Shand_table_photo_001.tif

Richard_Shand_table_photo_002b.tif

Richard_Shand_table_photo_003.tif

Richard_Shand_table_photo_004.tif

Richard_Shand_table_photo_005.tif

Richard_Shand_TGH_cameras_photo_001.tif

UMA_MSS_14_box_8_folder_1_attendence_register_1926_02_11.tif

UMA_MSS_14_box_8_folder_1_attendence_register_1926_04_15.tif

UMA_MSS_14_box_9_folder_13_weigh_scale_diagrams.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_box_11_folder_14_portrait_TGH_1.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_box_11_folder_14_portrait_TGH_2.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_box_11_folder_14_portrait_TGH_age_30_19.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_box_11_folder_14_portrait_TGH_young lad.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_box_11_folder_15_portrait_LMH_age_one.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_box_11_folder_15_portrait_LMH_1.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_box_11_folder_15_portrait_LMH_2.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_box_11_folder_18_185_TGH_1.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_box_11_folder_14_portrait_Kelvin_St.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_box_8_folder_1_ experiment_E_whole_page.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_box_8_folder_1_seance_room_diagram.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_box_8_folder_1_slide_017_reverse.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_box_8_folder_1_table_1926-03-25_whole_page.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_box_8_folder_1_table_1926-04-15.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_box_8_folder_1_table_1926-04-15_whole_page.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_box_8_folder_1_table_1927-03-20_whole_page.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_001_neg.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_002_neg.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_003_neg.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_004_neg.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_005_annotated_photo_album.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_005_neg.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_005a_glass_slide.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_005b_glass_slide.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_006_print.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_007_neg.tif

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UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_009_neg.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_010_neg.tif

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UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_018_neg.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_019_slide.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_020_neg.tif

CD 2

(21 files)

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_021_neg.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_022_photo_album.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_022_slide.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_023_print.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_024_photo_album.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_024_print.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_025_neg.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_026_photo_album.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_026a_glass_slide.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_026b_glass_slide.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_026b_print.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_026c_glass_slide.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_026a_mounted_print.tif

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UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_026d_mounted_print.tif

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UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_026g_mounted_print.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_026h_print.tif

UMA_MSS_14_PC_12_slide_026i_neg.tif

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