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Public and Political: General: Various: General Public Correspondence., 1915 - Jul 1955

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHUR 2/502A-B

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Correspondents include: Terence Grady (3) and John Graham [Assistant Private Secretaries to Foreign Secretary] with advice on responses to enquiries; Cyril Hankinson, Editor of Debrett; [5th Lord] Rayleigh [earlier John Strutt]; Leo Amery; William Gauld, Private Secretary to Secretary of State for Scotland; Leslie Baily regarding WSC's recollection of seeing Gilbert and Sullivan's 'Ruddigore'; Samuel Hammersley; Leon Guerrero, Philippine Ambassador to Great Britain; Sir Arthur Power; Captain John Hutchings; Victor Price, Chaplain General; Winthrop Aldrich, United States Ambassador to Great Britain; George Christ, Parliamentary Liaison Officer for the Conservative Party; Sir [Edward] Spears; Tom O'Brien, General Secretary of the National Association of Theatrical and Kine Employees (2); Frank Cooper, Assistant Secretary, Head of Air Staff Secretariat; Rainsford Mowlem; Richard Sharples, M P for Sutton and Cheam [Surrey]; Henry Luce of Time Magazine; [2nd Lord] Rowallan [earlier Thomas Corbett], Chief Scout; Ogden Reid [Helen Reid] of the New York Herald Tribune; Brigadier-General Sir Osborne Mance; Bryant Baker, sculptor; Arthur Tait, Secretary of the Cambridge University United Nations Association; Anthony Moir of Fladgate and Company, WSC's solicitor; Lieutenant-General J Levey of Offin River Estates Limited (3); [1st Lord] Rochdale [earlier John Kemp], President of the National Unions of Manufacturers; Sir William Bowen, Chairman of the North Eastern Regional Hospital Board.Also includes notes and copies of correspondence from Doreen Pugh, Magdalene Stenhouse, Elizabeth Gilliatt, Gillian Maturin [Secretaries to WSC] and David Stelling and Anthony Bevir [Private Secretaries to WSC]; photographs (including photographs of "Rota" the lion and of WSC in 1915), and portraits of WSC.Subjects covered in the file include: requests for photographs of WSC or for his autograph and general enquiries.Most of the material in the file dates to June-July 1955.


  • Creation: 1915 - Jul 1955

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