Personal correspondence, 1957-01-07 - 1958-12-17
Scope and Contents
Correspondents include: Frederick Bishop [Principal Private Secretary to the Prime Minister] on the resignation of the Prime Minister, Anthony Eden [later 1st Lord Avon]; [Maurice] Harold Macmillan, Prime Minister [later 1st Lord Stockton] on JEP's acceptance of the position of Financial Secretary to the Treasury, and the possibility of a future Privy Counsellorship for him; Eden on JEP's new position; the Rev. W W S March on a church memorial to JEP's parents [Albert Powell and Ellen Powell] (6); Michael Strachan; Sir Francis Lascelles, Clerk of the Parliaments, on the history of the House of Lords; Professor Samuel Finer, Professor of Political Institutions, University College of North Staffordshire (2); Gerald Nabarro; [Henry] James Wickenden, asking for a reference (5); [?] Masis Jan, Czech Ambassador to Britain; Sir Norris Kenyon [leader, Conservative Party, London County Council] (2); John Hay [Director, London Municipal Society]; J Simon, Financial Secretary to the Treasury (4); Harold Wincott [Editor-in-Chief, Financial Times] on the Labour Party's economic programme; Tony Benn; Lisalotte Milchsack, Honorary Secretary, Deutsch-Englische Gesellschaft E V; Sir Richard Powell, Director-General, Institute of Directors (2); [George] Peter Thorneycroft on his visit to India (2); Henry Kissinger, Executive Director, Harvard International Seminar; Sir Albert Braithwaite (2).
Other subjects include: JEP's relations with the Ministry of Housing and Local Government, his lecture tour of Germany and his obituary for Sir Norris Kenyon.
- 1957-01-07 - 1958-12-17
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The majority of the collection is open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge. Please see individual files for details.
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Personal 1: 1952-74
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