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Literary: Correspondence with Macmillan and Company Limited, publishers (St Martin's Street, London)., 04 Dec 1932 - 30 Aug 1935

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Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 8/817

Scope and Contents

Correspondents include: Guy Boas (Headmaster, Sloane School, Chelsea, [London]) asking for permission to edit some of WSC's works and include them in a new series for schools entitled "The Scholar's Library"; Harold Macmillan [later Lord Stockton] (1); The Hon Mrs Maud Wynne (daughter of Lord Morris and Killanin) regarding permission to publish some of Lord Randolph Churchill's letters to her father (4).Also includes: Typescript copies of 13 letters from Lord Randolph Churchill [father of WSC] to Lord Morris and Killanin (Chief Justice of Ireland), sent between 14 Jan 1878 and 06 May 1894, relating to Irish political affairs.

Dates

  • 04 Dec 1932 - 30 Aug 1935

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Extent

1 item(s) (1 file (39 loose folios))

Language of Materials

English

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