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Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: correspondence with or on behalf of constituents, K-Z., Feb 1948 - Oct 1948

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Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHUR 3/45

Scope and Contents

Correspondents include: J T Williams, Private Secretary, War Damage Commission (5); Frederick Mummery, Honorary Secretary and Agent, Woodford Conservative Association (14); [Arthur] Drew, Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for War (3); [James] Chuter-Ede [Home Secretary] on an incident involving the Holborn [London] Conservative Association (2); [Robert] McAlpine [Assistant Private Secretary to the Foreign Secretary]; [Christopher] Fogarty [Assistant Principal] HM Treasury (2); [Basil] Dickinson, Private Secretary, Ministry of Transport; constituent B Robinson (9); Geoffrey de Freitas [Under-Secretary of State for Air]; [William] Glenvil Hall [First Secretary to the Treasury]. Also includes notes and copies of correspondence from: secretary Penelope Wall; CSC.Subjects covered by the file include: appeals and complaints by constituents in a variety of areas, including tax, war and other damage to property, employment, training, housing, national service, emigration and entry into the UK, the fate of a constituent's husband, schools, flooding, transport, petrol allowances, rationing, pensions and national insurance, trading, inheritance, medical facilities, and quarantine; comments by constituents on various national and international issues, including Jewish world affairs and tax and duty; WSC and CSC sending a telegram to a 100 year old constituent; an enquiry over a photograph of the National Liberal Club.Also includes: reprint of an article from the Pharmaceutical Journal.

Dates

  • Feb 1948 - Oct 1948

Conditions Governing Access

Open

Extent

1 item(s) (1 file (309 loose folios))

Language of Materials

English

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