House of Lords in the Middle Ages: correspondence, 1947-09 - 1968-04
Scope and Contents
Correspondence on research for The House of Lords in the Middle Ages by JEP and Keith Wallis. Correspondents include: Keith Wallis (3); Professor George Sayles (2); Stanley Bindoff, Professor of History, Queen Mary College, University of London; Maurice Bond, Clerk of the Records, House of Lords (9); Sir [William] Stephen King-Hall, Chairman and Honorary Director of the Hansard Society; Vernon Snow, Associate Professor of History, Montana State University (4); Bapsy, Lady Winchester; 9th Lord Charlemont [earlier Charles Caulfeild] (3); [Margaret] Pamela Powell; Charles Dodwell, Librarian of Trinity College, Cambridge; Robert Perceval [Chief Clerk, Special Procedure Orders Office, House of Lords] (4); Henry Cobb, Assistant Archivist, House of Lords Record Office; Richard Walker [Ministry of Works Picture Adviser] (2); Lord Hinchingbrooke [later 10th Lord Sandwich and (Alexander) Victor Montagu]; Arnold Taylor [Assistant Chief Inspector of Ancient Monuments and Historic Buildings for Wales, Ministry of Works]; Thomas Eagle, Director of Herbert Jenkins Limited, publishers; Gerald Nabarro (2); representatives of the Public Record Office, including Roy Hunnisett (5); 7th Duke of Wellington [earlier Lord Gerald Wellesley] (2); Geoffrey White, Editor of the Complete Peerage; Sir Owen Morshead, Librarian of Windsor Castle (Berkshire); Charles Clay, Librarian of the House of Lords.
Also includes: research notes; draft sections of text; notes by Lord Hinchingbrooke on proposed House of Lords reform.
- 1947-09 - 1968-04
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