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Personal correspondence, 1961-10-19 - 1976-09-22

Reference Code: GBR/0014/POLL 1/1/14

Scope and Contents

Correspondents include: John Toulmin, Chairman, Cambridge University Conservative Association; [Thomas] Malcolm Muggeridge on his television interview with JEP; Sir Alexander Johnston; Peter Green, Consultant Editor, Hodder and Stoughton Limited, suggesting that JEP might write on Nietzsche or write an autobiography (4); Dame Sybil Thorndike (2); Henry Koeppler; Sir William Urton, General Director, Conservative and Unionist Central Office; [?] Lord Boothby; [George] Peter Thorneycroft, Minister of Aviation (3); 1st Lord Douglas of Kirtleside, Chairman, British European Airways; R A Butler on subjects including his peerage and retirement from politics (5); Stanley Raymond, General Manager, British Transport Commission (2); Richard Beeching, Chairman, British Transport Commission; Surgeon-Major Rear-Admiral William Holgate [Chief Dental Officer, Ministry of Health]; Martin Maddan on choosing Edward Heath as the future leader of the Conservative Party (2); Dame Enid Russell-Smith [former Deputy Secretary, Ministry of Health] on working with JEP; Irene, Lady Travers; Dorothy de Rothschild; 6th Lord Rosslyn [earlier Lord Loughborough]; Charles Fletcher-Cooke; [Peter] Hugh Lloyd-Jones [Professor of Greek, University of Oxford]; Andrew Freeth on subjects including his recovery from illness and JEP's driving; William Salmon [Assistant Ecclesiastical Secretary to the Lord Chancellor] (2); Donald Tyerman, Editor of the Economist, on JEP's former policy on pharmaceutical imports; Dr Hugh Clegg, [Editor] of the British Medical Journal, on a speech by JEP in June 1962 on the emigration of British doctors; Iain Macleod (2); Patrick Jenkin; Sir Arthur Bryant on the problems of the Conservative Party (2); Sir Alec Douglas-Home [Leader of the Opposition] on subjects including his agreement with JEP on immigration (3); Kenneth Binning; [Henry] James Wickenden; Ralph Harris, General Director, Institute of Economic Affairs; Ronald McCallum, Secretary, Carlyle Club; Patrick Duff, Vice-Master, Trinity College, Cambridge; John Bradfield, Senior Bursar, Trinity College, Cambridge, on subjects including JEP's will.

Other subjects include: congratulations of speeches and broadcasts by JEP, including his speech at Bournemouth [Hampshire], May 1963; the redraft of the Conservative manifesto; JEP's record as Minister of Health; Paul Maas; invitations.

Also includes: notes by JEP on education and health for the Conservative manifesto; copy of JEP's will.


  • Creation: 1961-10-19 - 1976-09-22

Conditions Governing Access

From the Fonds:

The majority of the collection is open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge. Please see individual files for details.


1 file(s) (1 file (145 folios))

Language of Materials


Former / Other Reference

Personal 1: 1952-67

Date information

DateText: The majority of folios date from 1961-1965.

Finding aid date

2002-01-10 13:40:54+00:00

Repository Details

Part of the Churchill Archives Centre Repository

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