Conference Ticket

Conference Ticket
Conference Ticket

1900-1950 / Cardboard / Methodism / Ministers, Preachers & Associates / Other / Printing & Publishing / Publication
Cardboard, printed; ink
Conference Ticket, 1932

A ticket giving admission to the Uniting Methodist Conference at Westminster Central Hall, London, in 1932. The 'Uniting' Conference of 1932 united the Wesleyan, Primitive and United Methodist Churches to form 'The Methodist Church'.

The Conference started at Wesley's Chapel, City Road, on the morning of Tues 20th September 1932, and the unification ceremony took place in the Albert Hall that afternoon. On the following day, there were a number of services and a presidential address at Westminster Central Hall. Further events took place at both Westminster Central Hall and the Albert Hall over the following days. The Conference concluded on Sat 24th September with an open air demonstration in Hyde Park.

The ticket was issued to 'Gypsy' (Rodney) Smith. It is part of a small archive of objects in connection with Gypsy Smith in the museum's collection.

See also the other Conference tickets issued to Gypsy Smith in the Online Collection.