Henry John Cody: An Outstanding Life

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Henry John Cody was born in Embro, Ontario, on December 6, 1868. He was a great man in his day, in Toronto especially, in the Anglican church, in educational circles (both in school and university), and in the Conservative Party, but now, some forty years after his death, he is almost forgotten and indeed unheard of by anyone under 50.

 

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Contents

1 Embro and Galt
1
2 University 18851889
10
3 Relatives and Friends 18851889
19
4 Ridley Wycliffe and St Pauls 18891893
26
5 Curate and Professor Engagement and Marriage 18931899
33
6 Cody the Coming Man 19001905
45
7 Codys Friends 19001905
55
8 The Royal Commission of 19051906
60
17 Maurice 1927
156
18 Codys Recovery 19271929
161
19 Prelude to University Presidency 19301932
170
20 Codys First Year as President 19321933
177
21 The Cody System during the Depression 19331935
188
22 The Later Depression 19361939
210
23 The Coming of War Again 19391941
233
24 The Frank H Underhill Case
249

9 The Hymn Book and the Book of Common Prayer 19061908
68
10 The Toronto Episcopal Election of 1909
78
11 The New St Pauls 19091914
88
12 World War I 19141918
97
13 The Ministry of Education 19181919
103
The Melbourne Offer 19211922
120
15 Two Journeys 19221923
131
16 Cody at Geneva 19241926
143
25 The War Continues 19411944
269
26 Presidency and Chancellorship 19441945
287
27 Cody as Chancellor 19451947
299
28 From Strength to Strength
309
Notes
317
Index
339
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