Personal correspondence, 1966-04-24 - 1967-12-18
Scope and Contents
Correspondents include: Francis Wormald [President, Society of Antiquaries of London]; Henry Brooke, on losing his seat at Hampstead [London] in the General Election; Ardeshir Zahedi, Iranian Ambassador to Britain; [Henry] James Wickenden (2); John Wickenden (7); John Hunt; Thomas Galbraith on JEP's leadership qualities; 7th Lord Warwick on subjects including a request from the Conservative Party to help fund a memorial to Clement Attlee (2); Sir Denys Lowson; Harold Macmillan [later 1st Lord Stockton]; Professor Patrick Horsburgh, University of Texas (4); Ralph Harris [General Director, Institute of Economic Affairs] on JEP's argument against comprehensive education; [James] Colin Welch, Deputy Editor of the Daily Telegraph; Sir [Richard] Michael Fraser, Deputy Chairman, Conservative and Unionist Central Office, on subjects including the publication of JEP's pamphlet, The Defence of Europe (5); Jasper Rootham; Derek Pritchard; Anthony Courtney; Harold Evans, Editor of the Sunday Times; Andrew Freeth; James Scott-Hopkins; Geoffrey Baber (4); [?] Edward Heath [leader of the Conservative Party]; Sir Alec Douglas-Home on JEP's pamphlet, The Defence of Europe, particularly the chances of nuclear war.
Other subjects include: invitations for JEP; congratulations on his speeches; an operation on his foot.
Also includes: an extract from a speech by JEP at Wolverhampton [Staffordshire] in February 1967, against comprehensive education.
- 1966-04-24 - 1967-12-18
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Personal 1: 1952-67
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