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Secularism in the UK and Internationally

Throughout the 20th century the National Secular Society kept records of local secular society branches and affiliated groups. This included organisations both in the UK and abroad.

From the National Secular Society archive, this lovely photograph (including misbehaving children, glamorous women and an early motorised coach) captures the Birmingham Branch on their annual outing in 1926.

The archives also includes registers of member branches and applications to form a branch. Notable applications come from as far afield as Lagos, Nigeria and Fyzabad, Trinidad.

Image © National Secular Society

Humanist Library and Archives reference: NSS/7/17, NSS/4/3/1, NSS/4/2/2


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