Public and Political: General Public Correspondence R-S., 01 Jan 1945 - 31 Jul 1945
Scope and Contents
Correspondence dealt with by Kathleen Hill, and Elizabeth Layton, WSC's Personal Private Secretaries, with some notes and replies by Private Office Staff including Miss E M Watson Correspondents include Sir Richard Redmayne, on gift of book "The Problem of the Coal Mines"; Sir Stanley Reed, asking if he would be willing to pass through Aylesbury during election tour, pointing out that it was a very marginal seat; H S Richards (3) on gift of "Victory" horse brasses (retained); Lt General Guy Simonds, on gift of programme of visit to 2nd Canadian Corps; Rt Rev. Russell Barry, Bishop of Southwell, on election defeat; William Steward, Prospective Parliamentary Candidate, Central Southwark, on gift of cigars on polling day.Subjects include correspondence on gifts (particularly books, cigars, wines and spirits), requests for patronage, requests for signed books and photographs, Victory in Europe and the General Election campaign and result.
- 01 Jan 1945 - 31 Jul 1945
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