Public and Political: General: Trinity House., Feb 1920 - Mar 1929
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Correspondents include: Alfred Gann (3) on pensions; Captain Sir Acton Blake, Deputy Master of Trinity House, on subjects including applications for pensions from Trinity House (4); Sir Frank Meyer recommending a candidate for an apprenticeship; W Liesching, Private Secretary (4) and M Smith, Secretary (10) at Trinity House; John Christie; Frederick Miller; [George] Robert Mansell, Deputy Master of Trinity House; Evelyn Wrench, Chairman of the Spectator; [1st Lord] Curzon [of Kedelston]; Charles Williams, MP; and Nancy, Lady Astor requesting that a lighthouse be installed at Plymouth [Devon].Also includes: copies of correspondence from WSC to the individuals mentioned above; notes and copies of correspondence from Edward Marsh [Private Secretary to WSC]; letters applying for pensions and positions; and newspaper cuttings.
- Feb 1920 - Mar 1929
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