The Pan-Anglican Congress, held from June 15-24, 1908 in London, England, was an assembly of archbishops, bishops, clerics and laymen from dioceses around the world, with the intent to discuss and exchange views on several aspects of society and social problems in relation to the Church. Dr. Randall Davidson, Archbishop of Canterbury and Primate of all England, was convener.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of a Special Pan-Anglican congress number of The Daily Mirror / edited by the Venerable Archdeacon Sinclair, D.D. with several photographs of members of the congress and an essay describing its scope and aims.