Open reel tape recording of the James Baldwin/William F. Buckley debate in Cambridge, held by the British Library.
Banner made by Barbara Smoker for the Aldermaston marches.
Joseph Rotblat's glasses, from the collection of The Peace Museum.
Typewritten text of an address given by H.J. Blackham to the Annual Congress of the Ethical Union (now Humanists UK).
Badge from the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, founded in 1958.
A memorial to conscientious objectors, unveiled on Conscientious Objectors' Day, 1994.
Constitution of The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
Bust of Pallas Athene, Greek goddess of wisdom, from the Ethical Church.
Humanist wreath of remembrance.
Document created and distributed by the anti-nuclear group Spies for Peace.
Margaret Knight's Humanist Anthology.
Six humanist reflections on life and death.
A Conway Memorial Lecture by Humanists UK’s longest serving President: Hermann Bondi.
Jacob Bronowski's 13-part series charting humankind's scientific and cultural evolution.
First issue of literary journal The Honest Ulsterman.
The Thinker's Library: 140 affordable editions of key humanist and scientific texts.
Olga Jacoby’s Words in Pain, first printed privately in 1919.
Handwritten copy of Thomas Paine's The Age of Reason from the collection of Hypatia Bradlaugh Bonner.
Aesop’s Fables printed by William Caxton.
Manuscript of a collection of 158 rubā‘īyāt (quatrains) of Omar Khayyām, used by Edward FitzGerald to create his 1859 translation.
The atheist bus ad, gracing public transport and billboards across the world.
The Amsterdam Declaration, a statement of international humanism.
The symbol of international humanism, designed by Denis Barrington.
Minute books of Humanists UK, its forerunners, and its constituent organisations.
Menu from the inaugural dinner of the BHA at the House of Commons.
Plaque for feminist and humanist Zona Vallance.
Membership card for the First Universal Races Congress, signed by W.E.B. Du Bois.
An exhaustive investigation into moral education at home and abroad.
A letter from Stanton Coit to his mother in Ohio.
Bust of H.J. Blackham, architect of the modern humanist movement.