Churchill, Winston Leonard Spencer, Sir, 1874 - 1965 (Knight, statesman and historian)
- Existence: 1874 - 1965
Found in 4519 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from WSC to Lt-Colonel E D Miller, on his decision not to play any further polo that year for health reasons, and asking for his ponies to be sent to Sir Archibald Sinclair (later Lord Thurso), who would keep and play them for the rest of the season [carbon].
Letter from Charles Sims to WSC, on his portrait of Diana and Sarah Churchill.
Letter from Diana Churchill to WSC, on holiday at Frinton, enclosing three photographs of Randolph, Diana and Sarah Churchill, Penelope and Angela Dudley-Ward and Giles and Esmond Romilly.
Letter from Randolph Churchill to WSC, on holiday at Frinton.
Letter from Sarah Churchill to WSC, on holiday at Frinton.
Letter from David Lloyd-George, Prime Minister, to WSC, informing him of his appointment as a Member of the Order of the Companions of Honour.
Letter from WSC to David Lloyd-George, Prime Minister, on his appointment as a Member of the Order of the Companions of Honour.
Note - Dissertation on Dining Room Chairs, on the need for 20 new dining room chairs of comfortable and compact design [by WSC] [carbon].
Letter from CSC, 2 Sussex Square, London, to WSC, on her health, and that of the children, asking him not to open a letter written to him on "Black Monday" [2 January].
Letter from CSC, Hotel Mont-Fleury, Cannes to WSC, on her holiday at Cannes.
Letter from CSC, Hotel Mont-Fleury, Cannes, France, to WSC, on her holiday at Cannes, also criticising him for his speech attacking the behaviour of the Liberals "in peace as well as in War", commenting that the "Liberals (nearly all) behaved splendidly in the War, which is more credit to them than it is to the Tories who revel in slaughter".
Letter from CSC, Hotel Mont-Fleury, Cannes, France, to WSC, on success in Cannes tennis tournament, and on her decision to tell her mother and Venetia Montagu about her pregnancy, also on building work at 2 Sussex Square, and account of conversation with Lord Derby on Lord and Lady Curzon, describing Curzon as a "fat sneak".
Letter from CSC to WSC, on her holiday in the South of France, particularly on tennis tournament at Nice, also commenting on the Irish situation.
Letter from CSC to WSC, on her holiday in the South of France, particularly on tennis tournament at Nice, on the Strike at the Paris Daily Mail, and Lord Northcliffe's inability to control "his own little kingdom", WSC's success in House of Commons debate with Sir Oswald Moseley, Egyptian affairs and the decoration of the Studio at 2 Sussex Square.
Letter from CSC to WSC, on his Dissertation on Dining Room Furniture [CHAR 1/157/83-84], and on his election prospects in Dundee.
Letter from CSC to WSC, on family holiday at Frinton, and the possibility of buying a house there; his departure for France, and Sarah and Diana Churchill's examination results.
Letter from CSC to WSC, on the possibility of buying a house at Frinton; the imminent arrival of the new "kitten" [Mary Churchill, later Lady Soames] and WSC's stay in France.
Letter from CSC to WSC, on WSC's stay in France; French politics and the death of Arthur Griffith and its effect on Irish politics.
Letter from CSC to WSC, on the possibility of buying a house in Frinton, and on Diana and Randolph's booby prize in the Frinton tennis tournament.
Letter and telegram from CSC to WSC, wedding anniversary greetings; on the possibility of buying a county house, with account of visit to her aunt, Mary Hozier.
Letter from CSC to WSC, on the election campaign in Dundee.
Letter from WSC to Nicholl, Manisty & Co. sending cheque for £4,500 for the completion of payment on Chartwell Manor [carbon].
Letter from [Sir Edward Marsh] to Nicholl, Manisty & Co., stating that WSC had no objection to the owner of the Butler's cottage at Chartwell having a right to the water supply of the Gardener's cottage [carbon].
Letter from Nicholl, Manisty & Co. to WSC., acknowledging receipt of cheque for £152 18s for stamp duty on purchase of Chartwell, and for the outside effects purchased by WSC, enclosing inventory and valuation of the outside effects taken over by WSC, listing the contents of the Boat House, Gardens, Woodhouse, Outhouses, Toolhouse, Carpenter's Shop, Hayloft, and Loose Boxes etc., total value £102, 18s.
Letter from Knight, Frank & Rutley, Estate Agents, to Edward Marsh, Private Secretary to WSC, on timber at Chartwell.
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