Leslie: The Papers of Shane (John) Randolph Leslie
- 1900 - 1971
Biographical / Historical
Sir Shane (John) Randolph Leslie came to King's in 1904. He converted to Catholicism shortly after he went down, and became a champion of Irish rights. He worked in America to bridge the gap between the pro-Irish Americans and the English. He was first cousin to Winston Churchill and was able to negotiate to some extent through him. He wrote both fiction and non-fiction. He became Fourth Baronet Leslie in 1944 and died in 1971.
2 archive box(es) (2 boxes)
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Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. is said to have a collection of papers relating to Shane Leslie.
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Leslie, Sir Shane (John) Randolph (1885-1971)
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