Correspondence, 1919-01 - 1919-12
Scope and Contents
Correspondents include: Kenneth Headlam-Morley on his life at Eton (6); John Headlam on the effrontery of [Thomas] Woodrow Wilson [President of the United States] claiming to speak in the name of the people; Else Headlam-Morley [earlier Else Sonntag] on Agnes Headlam-Morley's future education, their financial difficulties, strains in their relationship and her anger at the treatment of Germany at Versailles (11); John Mackail, Examiner and Assistant Secretary, Board of Education, on a history conference and new appointments; Arthur Headlam on subjects including concerns about arrangements made at Versailles for the Saar Valley and Danzig, unrealistic expectations of the peace, JWHM's dissatisfaction with it, Kenneth Headlam-Morley's education and JWHM's future and financial affairs (8); Cecil Hurst on problems with JWHM's plan for a new state of Austria; Philip Ashworth on his financial distress (4); Agnes Headlam-Morley; Seton Churchill on a new edition of JWHM's "The History of Twelve Days" and the need for a shorter pamphlet of his articles on the subject; Nevile Butler; Arnold Toynbee on Kenneth Headlam-Morley's scholarship to New College, University of Oxford.
- 1919-01 - 1919-12
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.
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Finding aid date
- From the Fonds: Morley, James Wycliffe Headlam, Sir (1863-1929, Knight, civil servant, historian) (Person)