Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: Correspondence with or on behalf of constituents, C - F., 03 Mar 1953 - 29 Dec 1954
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Correspondents include: W Hubert Barlow-Wheeler, Honorary Secretary and Agent, Woodford Conservative Association (13); J R Jameson, Ministry of Education (7); I H Slee, Private Secretary, War Damage Commission (4); [Sherard] Falkner Allison, Bishop of Chelmsford [Essex]; G D Gooden, Chairman, Chigwell [Essex] County Primary School Parent-Teachers Association (4); Norman Calvert, [Assistant Principal], Ministry of Housing and Local Government; Stella Fisher, Assistant Private Secretary to the Postmaster General (4); Terence Grady, [Assistant Private Secretary to the Foreign Secretary]; Gordon Wilson, Assistant Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for War; Alan Lord, Private Secretary, Board of Inland Revenue; J Cross, constituent (12); [Walter] Leonard Allinson [Assistant Private Secretary to the Minister of Education]; Bernard Lawrence, Chief Education Officer for Essex (7); Raymond Gedling, [Principal Private Secretary to the Minister of Health]; Peter Hudson, Private Secretary to the Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation; [Margaret] Barbara Sloman, [Principal], Treasury (2); John Boyd-Carpenter, [Financial Secretary to the Treasury]; Linda Finkawska, constituent (4). Also includes notes and copies of correspondence by Lettice Shillingford [earlier Lettice Marston] and Monica Graham, WSC's secretaries, Anthony Montague-Browne, WSC's Private Secretary and Christopher Soames, WSC's Parliamentary Private Secretary.Subjects include: war damage claims; local school provision; the Housing Repairs and Rents Bill; invitations for WSC; National Assistance benefits; shadow promotion in the army, between war and peacetime promotion; taxation enquiries; housing enquiries, including property prices, the de-requisitioning of property and compulsory purchase; equal pay for women.Also includes: press cuttings; copies of a report by [Bernard Lawrence], Chief Education Officer, on Chigwell County Primary School, and of a report by the Emergency Committee of the school's parent-teachers association; memorandum by the National Farmers' Union on the case for a new sugar beet factory in the south; suggested amendments to the Mines and Quarries Bill by the Pit Ponies' Protection Society.
- 03 Mar 1953 - 29 Dec 1954
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