Literary: various correspondence., 01 Jan 1937 - 01 Apr 1938
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Correspondents include: Sir Walter Layton, Editor of the Economist; Richard von Kuhlmann (2); G Payot on publishing WSC's work in France (7); Oliver Locker-Lampson on using WSC's articles (2); H A Gwynne [Editor of the Morning Post]; Arthur Christiansen, Editor of the Daily Express; representatives of George Allen and Unwin Limited, on publishing one of WSC's broadcasts (4); Nancy Pearn, Director of Pearn, Pollinger and Higham Limited, literary agents, commissioning an article (5); Adam Marshall Diston on drafting articles for WSC (17); William Hadley, Editor of the Sunday Times, on serialising "Marlborough: his life and times" (2); representatives of the Agence Litteraire Internationale on reproducing WSC's articles (4); 19th Lord Sempill; Leo Amery; representatives of George Newnes Limited, publishers (4); C E Bechhofer-Roberts on drafting articles for WSC (7); Ivy, Lady Chamberlain; "Eddie" [Edward Marsh] (2); Sir Tom Bridges, asking WSC to foreword his reminiscences (3); Dugald MacColl on Philip Sassoon's plan for a memorial to 1st Lord Jellicoe and 1st Lord Beatty; Judith, Lady Listowel on interviewing WSC (5); Anthony Eden [Foreign Secretary, later 1st Lord Avon] on WSC giving the interview to Lady Listowel to show support for the League of Nations in Central Europe.Also includes: the draft foreword for the Biographical Dictionary of the British Empire; press cuttings and translated articles from Pester Lloyd (Budapest [Hungary]); the transcript of Lady Listowel's interview with WSC for Pester Lloyd on the League of Nations; a list of articles written by WSC for the Strand Magazine (1930-1937).
- 01 Jan 1937 - 01 Apr 1938
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