Churchill, Winston Leonard Spencer, Sir, 1874 - 1965 (Knight, statesman and historian)
- Existence: 1874 - 1965
Found in 823 Collections and/or Records:
Statements of WSC's investment account with Lloyds Bank Limited, Cox's & King's Branch, 6 Pall Mall, London, for August 1952 to October 1957.Also includes filing note.
Personal: Financial: Lloyds Bank: National Appeals, Chartwell Farm, and Presentation accounts., 05 Feb 1953 - 26 Oct 1957
Statements of WSC's National Appeals account for March to June 1953, Chartwell Farm [Kent] account for February 1953 to October 1957, and Presentation account for April 1955 to July 1957, all with Lloyds Bank, Cox's & King's Branch, 6 Pall Mall, London.
Personal: Financial: Societe General Alsacienne de Banque (Strasbourg [France])., 02 Aug 1950 - 15 Feb 1955
Statements of WSC's racing account for Spring 1957 to Spring 1959, including stud costs and winnings.Also includes notes annotated by Christopher Soames.
Correspondence with Lloyds Bank, on WSC's, and Randolph Churchill's tax affairs, and with Nicholl, Manisty, Few and Company, Solicitors, on the Garron Tower estate.
Correspondence with Nicholl, Manisty, Few and Company on the Garron Tower estate, and the acquisition of 28 Hyde Park Gate, London, and with Lloyds Bank on WSC's current account, and income tax affairs, particularly relating to the "History of the English Speaking Peoples".
Details of WSC's personal expenditure on official visits to Italy and Canada.
WSC's register of stocks bought and sold.
Personal: Visits and invitations: Aix-en-Provence [France], Monte Carlo [Monaco], (August-October 1948): arrangements etc., 05 Aug 1948 - 29 Oct 1948
Personal: Visits and invitations: Italy (July - September 1949): arrangements etc., 11 Jul 1949 - 12 Apr 1950
Personal: Visits and invitations: Marrakesh [Morocco], (December 1947 - January 1948): A - D., 21 Oct 1947 - 04 Mar 1948
Personal: Visits and invitations: Marrakesh [Morocco] (December 1947 - January 1948) E - Z., 13 Dec 1947 - 08 Dec 1950
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