Photo consists of a group of men, women and children. Photo includes: Florence Hamilton, Bp. Mann, Bp. Powles, Norman Smith, vera Hammer, Miss Doubleday, Miss Foss, Miss Baggs, Raymond Hammer, and Hilda Robinson.
Photo consists of a group of men, women and children. Photo includes: (Back row l to r) C. Benns, K. Start, M. Powles, M. Foerstel, C. Powell, F. Hawkins; (second row) H. Horobin, R. Powles, P. Powles, C. Powles with John, H. McSherry; (front row) R.K. Start, Bryan Start, H. Robinson, and J. Miller.
Photo consists of group of men, women, and children posing with Bp. Sasaki and his dog. Photo includes: (Back row l to r) M. Foerstel, H. Horobin, M. Clench, H. Bailey, H.G. Watts, R. Watts, Brian Start (child), R.K. Start (M.D.), Kathleen Butcher Start; (Middle row) K. Spencer, V.C. Spencer, Hilda Robinson [?] , Bp. Saski, F. Hamilton, P.S.C. Powles, A. Moss (Front Row) J. Savary, B. Savary, J. Miller, R. Savary, ?
Photo consists of a group of women. Photo includes: (Back left to right) Mary Okada, E. Heaps, A. Suzuki, A. Tokanaga, H.M. Horobin; (Middle) Tomi Nakamura, M. Tokanaga, Mrs. Hiramatsu; E. Iriye, Sadie Goto, S. Hayashi, M. Ishii.
Marjorie Agnes Powles (née Watson) (1914-2016 ) studied at the University of Manitoba and Wesley College (now the University of Winnipeg), where she received a B.A., English in 1934. Marjorie was active in the Student Christian Movement and in 1942, moved to Toronto and attended Covenant College (the United Church training college, now part of the Centre for Christian Studies), and Emmanuel College. After graduation, she served as SCM Secretary at McGill University, Montreal (1943-1946), while continuing to take theology courses at Divinity Hall. In 1946, she married the Anglican priest Cyril Hamilton Powles and went to Japan with him as a missionary with the M.S.C.C.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of a typescript copy of a paper prepared for a class presentation entitled "Women in Anglicanism" (1982), and a copy of the "Bulletin and Newsletter of the Society of the Catholic Commonwealth" which is an essay written by Marjorie Powles entitled "Women too have vocation", concerning sexual love and Christian theology (vol. 1, Dec. 1953, no. 3).