Public and Political: General Public Correspondence T-Z., 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 John Colville, Miss E M Watson, and John Peck.Correspondents include: Philip Tilden, Architect, on the election campaign, particularly Herbert Morrison's statement that houses built under a Conservative regime would be shoddy; Elsie and Doris Waters ("Gert and Daisy") sending photograph of his old bungalow in Bangalore, India, also on song that they sang about him during tour of India.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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1 file(s) (1 bound file, 162 items)
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