Churchill, Winston Leonard Spencer, Sir, 1874 - 1965 (Knight, statesman and historian)
- Existence: 1874 - 1965
Found in 370 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from WSC to Field Marshal Jan Smuts [Prime Minister of South Africa] thanking him for the manuscript of his speech which will be bound.
Letter from WSC to Maurice Dejean [former French Commissaire for Foreign Affairs] thanking him for the album of stamps from Free France.
Letter from WSC to Emilio Delboy thanking him for the Peruvian silver gift.
Letter from WSC to H W Plante thanking him for the two brass statuettes of [? General Sir Redvers] Buller and [? Field Marshal Sir John] French [1st Lord Ypres].
Letter from WSC to Henry Morgenthau junior [United States Secretary of the Treasury], thanking him for the gift of gramophone records.
Letter from WSC to Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands thanking the Dutch East Indies [later Indonesia] for their generous gift. [Carbon].
Letter from WSC to Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands thanking him for the birthday gift of one thousand pounds from the Dutch East Indies [later Indonesia]. [Carbon].
Letter from [Grace Hamblin, Private Secretary to CSC] to A W Southon and Sons, Builders (Edenbridge [Kent]), on their offer of a Permutit Water Softener for Chartwell, stating that WSC and CSC were unable to accept such a costly gift, but that they would be interested in purchasing a softener. [Carbon].
Letter from The Permutit Company Limited to A W Southon and Sons, Builders (Edenbridge [Kent]) offering a water softener for Chartwell free of charge, as a token of the esteem in which WSC and CSC were held by the Board of Directors and members of the Company.
Letter from H E Cashmore (Liberal Club, Birmingham) to WSC asking him to send the design of his crest or monogram for an enamel wedding present to be presented to him by the Club. Signed typescript.
Letter from Michael Florinsky, Associate Editor of the Russian Series, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, to WSC, sending a gift of General Golovine's account of the struggles of the Russian Army in the First World War.
Letter from "J H P" [John Peck, Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to Jack Barr thanking him for his letter of congratulations to WSC but explaining that since WSC cannot accept gifts he is returning Barr's cheque to him. [Carbon copy].
Letter from Jack Barr (1518 South Beckley, Dallas [United States]) to WSC (London) congratulating him on the defeat of Germany and enclosing a cheque for WSC to buy some cigars with. [signed by Barr and his wife].
Telegram from Evatt [Australian Minister of External Affairs and Attorney General] marked "most secret" to WSC thanking him for his "thoughtful wire", commenting on plan to provide Spitfires for Australia, and stating that a black swan has been allocated to WSC and will arrive after plumage attaches itself in August.
Telegram from WSC to General George Marshall [Chief of Staff United States Army] thanking him for the globe which was presented to him yesterday by Major-General Russell Hartle.
Telegram from WSC to President Roosevelt thanking him for the inscribed book of their addresses.
Letter from WSC (105 Mount Street [London]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] thanking her for a box and describing a wasted journey to open a bazaar at Oldham [Lancashire] and a dinner with John Morley about whom he comments "like so many of these Liberals [he] commands my affection at once". He also remarks on how little he has seen her.
Letter from [WSC] to M de Costa Lee thanking him for an engraved silver bowl and asking what service by WSC it is meant to commemorate. Carbon typescript copy.
Letter from M de Costa Lee (172 Clarence Gate Gardens, Regents Park, London]) to WSC confirming the details given by his wife [about the inscription on a silver bowl he gave to WSC] in a letter to CSC.