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Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence, Heath - Kurn., Mar 1956 - Jan 1965

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHUR 2/526A-B

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Correspondents include: Robin McLare, Assistant Private Secretary to Lord Privy Seal; Edward Heath, Lord Privy Seal; Sir James Henderson-Stewart; Sylvia Henley (4); Sir Patrick Hennessy (3); Harold Macmillan [later1st Lord Stockton], Prime Minister; "Hinch", Lord Hinchingbrooke [later 10th Lord Sandwich] on the death of [9th] Lord Sandwich; [9th] Lord Sandwich [earlier Lord Hinchingbrooke]; Alan Hodge, Editor of History Today, enclosing books for WSC and on the History of the English-Speaking Peoples (12); Sidney Holland, former Prime Minister of New Zealand; Sir Leslie Hollis on his memoirs; Randolph Churchill on the publication of a letter by WSC; John Colville; Keith Holyoake, Prime Minister of New Zealand; Sir Archibald Ross, Ambassador to Portugal; Alistair Horne regarding his request to visit Portugal; Joel Hurstfield; King Hussein of Jordan; Sir Gyles Isham; "Pug" [1st Lord] Ismay on subjects including his health, a visit to the United States, and the publication of his memoirs (10); David Guthrie-Jones; Reginald Jones; Denis Kelly on subjects including searches in WSC's papers (10); [Mary] Elizabeth Barber, Secretary of the Society of Authors; Terence Grady, Assistant Private Secretary to Foreign Secretary; Archibald Henderson on his biography of George Bernard Shaw; Sir Gerald Kelly on WSC's paintings; Lyndon Johnson, President of the United States on the death of John Kennedy; [1st] Lord Kennet [earlier Edward Hilton Young]; Lieutenant-Colonel Nawab Malik Khan Tiwana; and David [1st Lord] Kilmuir [earlier David Maxwell-Fyfe].Also includes: correspondence from WSC to the individuals mentioned above; notes and copies of correspondence from Doreen Pugh [Secretary to WSC] and Anthony Montague Browne [Private Secretary to WSC] on subjects including WSC's health; newspaper cuttings of articles by Lord Hinchingbrooke [later 10th Lord Sandwich] on foreign policy; a pamphlet containing a tribute to Brendan Bracken; and a copy of WSC's statement on the death of John Kennedy.


  • Creation: Mar 1956 - Jan 1965

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