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Thomas, Freeman Freeman (1866-1941, 1st Marquess of Willingdon, Viceroy of India)

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1866 - 1941

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

 File

Canada, 1926-06 - 1929-12

Reference Code: GBR/0014/AMEL 2/4/5
Scope and Contents Correspondence with 1st Lord Willingdon [earlier Freeman Freeman-Thomas], Governor General and with [William] Mackenzie King, Prime Minister, on subjects including: the British General Election, 1929; immigration; the tour of Canada by Stanley Baldwin [Prime Minister]; LSA's visit on his Empire Tour; whether the Canadian High Commissioner should attend informal weekly meetings with LSA at the Dominions Office. Other correspondents include: 1st Lord Birkenhead [Secretary of State for...
Dates: 1926-06 - 1929-12
Conditions Governing Access: From the Fonds: The papers are open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.
 File

Correspondence with 1st Lord Willingdon [Viceroy of India, earlier Freeman Freeman-Thomas], 1935 - 1936

Reference Code: GBR/0014/PJGG 2/22
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: The collection includes personal documents and honours (PJGG 1); general correspondence (PJGG 2 and 12); material relating to India including finance papers (PJGG 3), political papers (federation and defence) (PJGG 4), miscellaneous reports (PJGG 5), War Office papers about India (PJGG 8); Lady Grigg's correspondence (PJGG 6 and 7); War Office correspondence (PJGG 9); Committee papers (PJGG 10); literary material (PJGG 13-15).Perhaps the most interesting papers are those...
Dates: 1935 - 1936
Conditions Governing Access: From the Fonds: The collection is open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge. Individual closures of files are indicated in the catalogue.

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