Archbishop of York 1926
|Archbishop of York
Top: The location is St Oswalds Church, Cosmo Gordon Lang Archbishop of York is
in the centre, his robe held by two boys.
Lang was appointed Archbishop of York
in 1908 and became Archbishop of Canterbury in 1928.
He was a vocal critic of
King Edward V111 and played a major part in the Abdication crisis of 1936.
1942 he retired and was created a Baronet.
Bottom: Procession of clergymen through the garden of the old Rectory.
Archbishop of York is last in the line with a boy supporting his robe.
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