House of Lords in the Middle Ages: correspondence with Garter, 1955-01 - 1986-10
Scope and Contents
Correspondence and notes on research for The House of Lords in the Middle Ages by JEP and Keith Wallis. Correspondents include: Thomas Bridges [Assistant Private Secretary to the Foreign Secretary]; Sir Anthony Wagner, Garter Principal King of Arms (earlier Richmond Herald) (20).
Also includes: note by the Lord Chancellor for the House of Lords Reform Inter-Party Conference, on an outline structure for a reformed House of Lords; prints for illustrations; summary of meeting at Chequers [Buckinghamshire], April 1963, on industrial and economic affairs (the pattern for a mixed economy, and scientific and industrial education and research), social questions (including National Insurance and benefits) and Government reorganisation; transcript of a notebook belonging to [?] 3rd Lord Home, on Parliamentary procedure in the House of Lords in the seventeenth and eighteenth century; paper by Sir Anthony Wagner on the Introduction of Peers in the House of Lords; rough notes by JEP.
- 1955-01 - 1986-10
Conditions Governing Access
The majority of the collection is open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge. Please see individual files for details.
Language of Materials
This was the title originally given to POLL 1/4/16, but as there is nothing from Garter there, it was renamed.
DateText: The majority of folios date from 1955-1968.
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