Churchill, Winston Leonard Spencer, Sir, 1874 - 1965 (Knight, statesman and historian)
- Existence: 1874 - 1965
Found in 56 Collections and/or Records:
Literary: correspondence with representatives of Odhams Press Limited including book department manager C L Shard, [William] Surrey Dane [Vice-Chairman and Managerial Consultant], and Chairmen 1st Lord Southwood [earlier Julius Elias] and Arthur Cousins., Jun 1944 - Dec 1951
Personal, 1945 - 1965
Personal: Business correspondence., Oct 1945 - Dec 1946
Personal: Business: correspondence with Associated American Artists, Hallmark Cards, Soho Gallery Limited on reproducing WSC's paintings as Christmas cards and postcards., 1947 - 1960
Personal: Business: correspondence with representatives of Fladgate and Company, particularly Anthony Moir [WSC's solicitor]., 1948 - 1956
Personal: Business: correspondence with representatives of Nicholl, Manisty and Few [WSC's solicitors] on financial matters., 1946 - 1955
Personal: Chartwell House and Estate: Newchapel Stud and Chartwell Farm., 04 Mar 1960 - 15 Jan 1965
Personal: Chartwell [Kent] correspondence., Aug 1945 - Nov 1951
Personal: Family etc.: Correspondence A - Churchill, John., Apr 1955 - May 1964
Personal: Family etc.: Correspondence Churchill, Pamela - Z., Feb 1954 - Nov 1964
Public and Political: General: Correspondence C-G., Jul 1929 - May 1934
(Untitled), 29 Mar 1892
Letter from Lord Randolph Churchill, 2 Connaught Place, London to WSC, complaining about WSC's spending "I think you have got through about £10 this term. This cannot last, & if you are not more careful should you get into the army six months of it will see you in the Bankruptcy Court".
(Untitled), 24 Jun 1894
Letter from Lord Randolph Churchill to WSC, on the state of WSC's finances, and his "pedantic and overgrown schoolboy style of letter writing, and complaining about his use of a typewriter "an objectionable machine calculated to spoil your handwriting.
(Untitled), 04 Sep 
Letter from Clara Hall Jerome [WSC's grandmother], 53 Seymour Street, Portman Square, to WSC, on his finances, and his success in the Sandhurst Entrance examination.
(Untitled), 16 Sep 1921
Letter from Nicholl, Manisty & Co., Solicitors, to WSC, on his will, particularly on the provisions for his wife and children.
(Untitled), 11 Oct 1921
Letter from Nicholl, Manisty & Co., Solicitors, to WSC, sending draft of his will, with comments on provisions for his wife and children.
Draft of WSC's Children's Settlement Trust.
Statement of the effect of the dispositions contained in WSC's draft will.
WSC's Pass Books for Investment Account with Cox & Co., March-Sept 1921, the books contain extensive notes by WSC on his finances, 1921-23, including details of his Childrens' Trust, his South African investments, Chartwell, estimates of his income and expenditure, and expenses and receipts for The World Crisis [2 items].
(Untitled), 14 [Jan 1898]
Letter from Lady Randolph Churchill, 35a Great Cumberland Place, to WSC, on family finances.
(Untitled),  [Oct] 
Letter from WSC ([Harrow School, Middlesex]) to "Mummy" [Lady Randolph Churchill] reproaching her for forgetting him, asking her to send him money, to arrange an appointment with the oculist, and to sign a form permitting him to begin fencing.
(Untitled), [Oct] 
Letter from WSC (Harrow on the Hill [Middlesex]) to "Mummy" [Lady Randolph Churchill] asking her to send him money and informing her that he is going to see "Jack" [John S Churchill].
(Untitled), [Nov] 
Letter from WSC (Harrow on the Hill [Middlesex]) to "Mummy" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he has visited "Jack" [John S Churchill] and asks her to allow them to attend the wedding of [Lady] Sarah [Churchill, later Sarah Wilson to Gordon Wilson], not to send him to a French family for his holidays and to send him some "filthy lucre" [money].
(Untitled), 05 Jan 
(Untitled), 24 Aug 1890
Letter from Lord Randolph Churchill (Cliveden, Maidenhead [Buckinghamshire]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] discussing financial matters and asking her to be more careful; describing an expedition to Oxford with [Lady] Sarah [Churchill, later Sarah Wilson], WSC and "Jack" [John S Churchill] and "Jack's" first ride on his pony and discussing arrangements for her to come to Cliveden.