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Seear, Beatrice Nancy, 1913-1997 (Baroness Seear of Paddington and politician)



  • Existence: 1913 - 1997


Beatrice Nancy Seear (1913-97), social scientist, politician, was Lecturer and later Reader in Personnel Management, London School of Economics, 1946-78. She was created a Life Peer as Baroness Seear of Paddington in 1971. In 1984-88 she was Liberal Party leader in the House of Lords, and in 1988-97 Liberal Democrat Deputy Leader.

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Nancy, Baroness Seear: Letters to her family from Europe

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.9502
Scope and Contents

Letters to members of her family (father Herbert Charles Seear, mother Beatrice Maud Seear, and brothers Herbert, Phil and Dick, from various parts of Europe, 1932-35. [1-24] Germany, 1932 [23-24 to BNS from WALTER NEÜMANN (Löwenberg)] [25-32] Estonia, 1933 [33-45] Hungary, 1935 [44-45 to BNS from HIDE MIKé].

Dates: 1932-1935
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