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Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence, Haile Selassie - Hearst., Mar 1958 - Dec 1964

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Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHUR 2/525

Scope and Contents

Correspondents include: Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia (7); Lord Hailsham of St Marylebone [earlier Quintin Hogg] (2); Joyce Hall, President of Hallmark Cards on subjects including the 'People to People' programme, gifts to WSC, a meeting with Hailsham, Oscar Nemon, the visit of Queen Elizabeth II to the United States, a Churchill museum and a project to microfilm WSC's papers (25); Conrad Knickerbocker, Manager of Public Relations at Hallmark Cards on the loan of films to WSC (4); William Kalhorne, Managing Director of Hallmark Cards in Great Britain (5); Dwight Eisenhower on the availability of the Churchill Papers in the United States; Edward Halliday; [2nd] Lord Hankey on the death of [1st] Lord Hankey; Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Edward Hanmer; Averell Harriman; "Bomber" Sir Arthur Harris; Sir Roy Harrod, biographer of 1st Lord Cherwell [earlier Frederick Lindemann], on subjects including Lindemann's nose dive spins (6); Christopher Hassall; Charles Smith, London correspondent of Hearst newspapers (4); and William Randolph Hearst.Also includes: copies of correspondence from WSC to the individuals mentioned above; notes and copies of correspondence from Anthony Montague Browne [Private Secretary to WSC], Catherine Snelling and Doreen Pugh [Secretaries to WSC]; newspaper cuttings on Lord Hailsham's speech at Fulton [Missouri, United States] in 1960; and photographs of 'Chartwell Belties' cattle.Other subjects covered by the file include the possibility of moving the headquarters of the United Nations to Berlin [Germany].

Dates

  • Mar 1958 - Dec 1964

Conditions Governing Access

Open

Extent

1 file(s) (200 loose folios)

Language of Materials

English

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