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Public and Political: General: Personal Office Correspondence E-G., 01 Jan 1945 - 31 Jul 1945

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Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 2/531

Scope and Contents

Correspondence dealt with by WSC's Private Office at 10 Downing Street, (Kathleen Hill, Grace Hamblin and Elizabeth Layton) as opposed to the Private Office File also contains copies of notes and letters by Private Office staff including Commander Charles Thompson, Leslie Rowan and John Colville.Correspondents include: Charles Eade, on electon defeat; Sir Crisp English on Victory in Europe; Irene Wellington (3) on presentation of manuscript copy of "Rule Britannia" to the Gunroom of HMS Enterprise; Daisy Fellowes on the death of President Roosevelt; Evelyn Fleming on Victory in Europe; 1st Lord Fitz Alan [earlier Lord Edmund Fitzalan-Howard], thanks for birthday greetings; General Sir William Furse on Victory in Europe; J L Garvin, on Victory in Europe; Frances, Lady Lloyd George (2) on the death of Lord Lloyd George, with Order fo Service for Memorial Service at Westminster Abbey; Richard, 2nd Lord Lloyd George, on the death of his father; Admiral William Goodenough, on gift of his memoirs; Sir Edward Grigg, (later Lord Altrincham) on election defeat; Lady Megan Lloyd George, on the death of her father; Evelyn Gibson (widow of Wing-Commander Guy Gibson VC); Sir Harry Goschen, on his resignation as Chairman of Epping Conservative Association; Lady Goschen, thanks for telegram of sympath on the death of Sir Harry Goschen; General Sir Alexander Godley on Victory in Europe; Samuel Goldwyn, thanks for invitation to 10 Downing Street; Sir James Grigg, on election campaign; Joan Grigg (later Lady Althrincham); Amy Guest, (2) on election campaign.

Dates

  • 01 Jan 1945 - 31 Jul 1945

Conditions Governing Access

Open

Extent

1 file(s) (1 bound file, 115 items)

Language of Materials

English

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