Landale, David, 1868-1935 (businessman)
David Landale was a Partner, 1902-1906, and Director, 1906-1921, of Jardine, Matheson & Co. Ltd, and Director of Matheson & Co. Ltd, 1920-1935.
Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:
Agreement of Robert Jardine and others, 1904
A memorandum of agreement of Sir Robert Jardine and others for the admittance of Henry Keswick, David Landale and William Arthur Carruthers Cruickshank as partners of Jardine, Matheson & Co. and for the payment of an annuity to Sir Robert Jardine and his successor or successors, 1904.
Correspondence and papers on Chinese railways, circa 1913-circa 1940 (mainly 1930s)
Correspondence of David Landale, 1930-1935
Correspondence of David Landale, 1914
Copies and extracts of correspondence of David Landale, Hong Kong, regarding 'Railway Finance & Agency. & British & Chinese Corporation', 1914. The other correspondents are Henry Keswick, C.C. Macrae, C.H. Ross and N.J. Stabb.
Correspondence on Provident Funds, 1912-1934
Correspondence on shipping, 1894-1953 (mostly 1894-1896 and 1908-1911)
Correspondence re Beith, Stevenson & Co. Ltd, 1909-1923
A folder containing copies of correspondence of Jardine, Matheson & Co. (principally D.G.M. Bernard, David Landale and A. Brooke Smith) regarding Beith, Stevenson & Co.'s buying commission, 1921-1923. There are also a few miscellaneous items of correspondence of Beith, Stevenson & Co. Ltd, Jardine, Matheson & Co. and Matheson & Co. Ltd, 1909-1920, and one empty envelope addressed to Messrs Beith, Stevenson & Co., 14, Bridge Street, Manchester.
Correspondence re David Landale Estate, 24 Sep. 1935-4 Mar. 1938
Correspondence re David Landale Trusts, 1933-1955
Correspondence of Matheson & Co. Ltd and related letters and papers regarding the David Landale Trust, David Landale Eastern Trust and the David Landale Estate Trusts established by David Landale.
Correspondence re Durant, Bevan & Co., 1926
Typescript copies of letters and telegrams regarding Messrs Durant, Bevan & Co. Ltd and the silk trade: two letters from David Landale to H.F. Scudamore, Jardine, Matheson & Co. Ltd, New York, 21 January 1926 and 12 April 1926; a letter from L.N. Leefe, Director, Matheson & Co. Ltd, to Durant, Bevan & Co. Ltd, London, 9 March 1926; and telegrams from New York, January and April 1926.
Correspondence with Chabrières, Morel et Cie, 1915-1923
Extracts from business correspondence, circa 1939 (copies of originals of 1887-1939)
Typescript copies of letters regarding a wide range of business interests in China, Japan, Russia and elsewhere, 1887-1939 (mostly 1903-1911). The correspondents are John Bell-Irving, C.W. Dickson, W.J. Gresson, Sir R.W.B. Jardine, Henry Keswick, J.J. Keswick, David Landale, William Keswick, John Macgregor and C.H. Ross. There is no indication of when the folder was compiled. It is labelled on the front cover 'No 23. Extracts of interest from S/o Correspondence &c'.
Historical notes, 1935-1939
Indo-China letters, 1916-1919
Semi-official correspondence between Jardine, Matheson & Co. Ltd, Hong Kong, and Matheson & Co. Ltd, London, regarding the Indo-China Steam Navigation Co. Ltd, with related papers. The principal correspondents are C.E. Anton, D.G.M. Bernard, John Johnstone, Henry Keswick, David Landale and C.H. Ross.
Letter of appointment of John Johnstone, 1919
Letters from Shanghai to Hong Kong, July 1909-Oct. 1909
Letters from the Hong Kong & China Gas Co Ltd, 1897-1898
Letters to Jardine, Matheson & Co., 1837-1925
Letters to London, 1901-1911
Minutes of the Consultative Committee, 1912-1918
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1830-1939
Miscellaneous letters, 1900-1911
Papers on company history, circa 1938-circa 1939
Private and semi-official letters from London, 1887-1938
Private letters from David Landale, 1913-1922
Copies of private letters from David Landale, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Yokohama, to correspondents in London, Hong Kong, New York, Shanghai and elsewhere. The principal addressees are C.E. Anton; Messrs Henry S. King; Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation; John Johnstone; Henry Keswick; A.R. Riddle; and C.H. Ross. The bound letters are dated 28 August 1913-25 June 1920. There are also some loose letters and drafts of 1913-1922 and undated.