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Personal: Family etc.: correspondence A - L., 16 Oct 1943 - 16 Sep 1947

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Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHUR 1/41

Scope and Contents

Correspondents include: George Spencer-Churchill, on subjects including WSC's writing and the political situation (3); Lady Caroline Spencer-Churchill; Lord Charles Spencer-Churchill; CSC on subjects including WSC's holiday at Lake Como [Italy], his painting, Chartwell [Kent], Mary Churchill [later Mary Soames], and the Council of Foreign Ministers (18); Horatia Seymour; Mary Churchill on her posting to Britain; John S Churchill (3); Pamela Digby [earlier Pamela Churchill, later Pamela Harriman]; Pamela, Lady Digby; Winston Churchill (2); Sir Alexander Fleming [Professor, St Mary's Hospital Medical School] on WSC's health; 1st Lord Moran [earlier Charles Wilson, Professor, St Mary's Hospital Medical School] on WSC's health; Oswald Frewen (7); Roger Frewen (2); Hugh Frewen; Lady Lilian Grenfell [earlier Lady Lilian Spencer- Churchill]; Amy Guest on subjects including Palestine (4); Flora Guest; Raymond Guest on British support for Henry Wallace [former Secretary of Commerce, and Presidential candidate, Progressive Party, United States]; Sir Shane Leslie on subjects including palmistry, CSC's mother [Lady Blanche Hozier], and his biography of Leonard Jerome (12); Lord Ivor Churchill; John G Churchill on subjects including his sketch of WSC and the death of his father [John S Churchill] (4); Anita Leslie [later Anita King] on her work as an ambulance driver in the advancing French Army in Germany (4).Other subjects include: the Jerome Family Association.Also includes: press cuttings and photographs on the Frewen family; notes and proofs on Lord Randolph Churchill's resignation as Chancellor of the Exchequer (1886 - 1887).

Dates

  • 16 Oct 1943 - 16 Sep 1947

Conditions Governing Access

Open

Extent

1 file(s) (294 loose folios)

Language of Materials

English

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