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Correspondence - C, 1948 - 1970

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Reference Code: GBR/0014/FRWS 8/4

Scope and Contents

Comprising correspondence with Laurence Cadbury, 1963 (3); Sir Alexander Cadogan, on the impossibility of writing his own memoirs, 1965; John Calder, on the publication of Henry Miller's 'Tropic of Cancer' in Britain, 1963 (6); various correspondents at the University of California, Berkeley, 1960-1967 (17); D. Ewan Cameron, 1970; Christopher Chancellor of Odhams Press, undated; David Chipp, 1957-1970 (3); Lord Chorley, on the Dr. Arthur J. Kraus breach of contract case against City College of New York, 1969; Christian Action, 1970; Arthur Christiansen, 1959-1961 (7); Randolph S. Churchill, regarding the Gerald Nabarro MP slander case, 1960 (4); Winston S. Churchill, on Francis Williams's biography of Ernest Bevin, 1952; James Chuter Ede, on Francis Williams's flattering comments about him in the Spectator, 1948; Civil Service Commission, 1970; W. N. Cockayne, 1970 (2); Margaret Cole, on Francis Williams's biography of Ernest Bevin, 1953; James M. Coltart, Thomson Newspapers, 1960-61 (3); Colin Coote, Daily Telegraph, 1961; the Commonwealth-American Current Affairs Unit of the English Speaking Union, 1970; Messrs. William Charles Crocker solicitors, on the Australian legal case regarding 'The Right to Know', 1969 (4); Richard Crossman, on Francis Williams's biography of Ernest Bevin, 1952; Robin Cruickshank, News Chronicle, 1950 (3); Hugh Cudlipp, Daily Mirror, 1961 (3); Scott Cutlip, undated; Czechoslovak Film Export, regarding Francis Williams's visit to Prague and a film about 'artistic subjects' in Czechoslovakia, 1964 (3).

Dates

  • 1948 - 1970

Conditions Governing Access

The collection is open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.

Extent

1 file(s) : paper

Language of Materials

English

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