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Public and Political: General: Patronage: Westminster College, Fulton [Missouri, United States]., Mar [1946] - Jan 1965

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHUR 2/566A-C

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Includes correspondence from various individuals on a memorial to WSC's speech "The Sinews of Peace". The memorial consisted of the church of St Mary Aldermanbury, City of London, which was rebuilt at Westminster College. Correspondents include: Christopher Everett and Robert Ford of the Foreign Office; representatives of Westminster College including Robert Davidson, President (19) and Joseph Staples, Administrative Assistant (3); Joyce Hall of Hallmark cards (5); Patrick Horsbrugh (7); John Dalton, Governor of Missouri (3); Winston Churchill; Henry Luce, editor of Time Magazine; Lewis Douglas (7); [2nd Lord] Knollys (7); Sir John Cockcroft, Master of Churchill College, Cambridge; Duncan Sandys [later Lord Duncan-Sandys]; Harry Truman; and "Jock" [Sir John] Colville.Also includes: notes and copies of correspondence from Anthony Montague Browne, Private Secretary to WSC; information, press releases and newspaper cuttings on fund-raising and the appeal for funds; two pamphlets containing the text of WSC's speech entitled "The Sinews of Peace" on international affairs and the Cold War, one with an introduction by Quintin Hogg [later Lord Hailsham]; notes, photographs and drawings of the memorial; and a transcript of an article about WSC's visit to Westminster College in 1946.


  • Creation: Mar [1946] - Jan 1965

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