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Personal: Family etc.: correspondence., 03 Jan 1948 - 11 Mar 1950

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHUR 1/46

Scope and Contents

Correspondents include: "Mule" [Sarah Oliver, earlier Sarah Churchill, later Sarah Beauchamp, then Sarah, Lady Audley] on subjects including her visit to Canada and her wedding to Antony Beauchamp (16); "Alex", 1st Lord Alexander of Tunis [Governor-General of Canada]; Bernard Baruch; CSC on subjects including WSC's leadership of the Conservative Party, Chartwell [Kent] and Sarah (12); Antony Beauchamp; Hugh [? Frewen]; Oswald Frewen (2); Amy Guest (4); Raymond Guest; Sir Shane Leslie (3); John G Churchill; Mary, Duchess of Marlborough [earlier Mary, Lady Blandford]; 10th Duke of Marlborough [earlier Lord Blandford]; Pamela Churchill [later Pamela Harriman] on Winston Churchill; Randolph Churchill on subjects including the Chartwell Literary Trust and a report in the Times on one of WSC's speeches (17); June Churchill (2); Donald Tyerman, Deputy Editor of the Times (3); Giles Romilly; Julian Sandys (4); Clare Sheridan (2); Christopher Soames on subjects including Chartwell Farm and stud [Kent], racing, and his adoption as Conservative candidate for Bedford (5); Mary Soames [earlier Mary Churchill] on subjects including Chartwell Farm (3); Nicholas Soames; Portia, Lady Stanley; Winston Churchill; "Moppet" [Maryott Whyte].Also includes: a theatre programme featuring Sarah Beauchamp in "The Philadelphia Story"; notes from the New York Times on Leonard Jerome, including obituaries for Jerome and Lady Randolph Churchill (1891, 1921); an article from Collier's Magazine on WSC; a press cutting on WSC's speech at Massachusetts Institute of Technology [United States].


  • 03 Jan 1948 - 11 Mar 1950

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1 item(s) (1 file (336 loose folios))

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