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Official: Board of Trade: correspondence., 14 Feb 1910 - 24 Sep 1910

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 11/37

Scope and Contents

Correspondents include: Richard Haldane [Secretary of State for War] on Labour Exchanges and the army; Thomas Pelham [Assistant Secretary, Harbour Department, Board of Trade] on the good relations between the staff and WSC; James Inglis, General Manager, Great Western Railway; Sir Charles Owens, General Manager, London and South Western Railway; Frank Ree, General Manager, London and North Western Railway; Oliver Bury, [General Manager, Great Northern Railway]; Sir Guy Granet, General Manager, Midland Railway; [?Ernest Prosser] General Manager, Taff Vale Railway, Cardiff [Wales]; Alexander Butterworth, General Manager, North Eastern Railway; Joseph Willis, [Railway Department, Board of Trade]; Sir Walter Howell [Marine Secretary to Board of Trade]; George Barnes [Comptroller of Companies Department, Board of Trade]; Sir Isidore Spielmann [Director of Art, Board of Trade] on the success of the Exhibitions branch, and finding British representatives for exhibitions at Turin and Rome [Italy]; Sir Hubert Llewellyn Smith [Permanent Secretary, Board of Trade]; Sir Charles Behrens, Lord Mayor of Manchester [Lancashire] on the success of WSC's Labour Exchange policy.Other subjects include: the good wishes of the railway company managers on WSC's departure from the Board of Trade; WSC's appreciation of the work of the Board of Trade staff; the Board of Trade's improved status; the Catholic Press's efforts on WSC's behalf for no return.


  • 14 Feb 1910 - 24 Sep 1910

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1 file(s) (1 bound file (32 folios))

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