Hensley Henson (1902) (Getty Images)
Vanity Fair, 24 April 1912. “WH” (Wallace Hester) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons.
Herbert Hensley Henson (1863-1947), was a leading public figure and clergyman in the Church of England, at first in Westminster and principally in Durham.

This website is providing a digital edition of his Journals from 1900 to 1939, when he was most active and influential in Church and state. It makes a valuable resource available for research on many subjects. It also enables his literary gifts and his incisive observations on a turbulent period of British history to be enjoyed by a wide readership.