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Papers relating to the 1922 Committee, May 1975-April 1983, 1975-05 - 1983-04

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Reference Code: GBR/0014/THCR 2/6/2/114

Scope and Contents

Part 1: includes notes by Humphrey Atkins MP of meetings of the Officers and Executive of the 1922 Committee: 13 May 1975 (attended by MT); 11 November 1975 to discuss devolution (attended by MT); note for MT by John Stanley MP (her Parliamentary Private Secretary) of discussion on Rhodesia, 4 March 1976; 20 December 1976 (attended by MT); 26 April 1977 (attended by MT); 13 December 1977; 14 February 1978 (attended by MT); 26 July 1978 (attended by MT)
includes notes by Ian Gow MP (MT's Parliamentary Private Secretary) of meetings of the Committee: 31 January 1980 (attended by MT); 15 May 1980; 9 June 1980 (attended by MT); 12 June 1980; 25 & 26 June 1980 (attended by MT); 3 July 1980 (attended by MT); 11 August 1980 (attended by MT)
Part 2, 1980: includes notes by Ian Gow MP (MT's Parliamentary Private Secretary) of meetings of the Committee: 31 January 1980 (attended by MT); 15 May 1980; 9 June 1980 (attended by MT); 12 June 1980; 25 & 26 June 1980 (attended by MT); 3 July 1980 (attended by MT); 11 August 1980 (attended by MT)
Part 3, 1981
Part 4, 1982



Dates

  • 1975-05 - 1983-04

Conditions Governing Access

Part 1 opened in February 2010; part 2 in March 2011; part 3 in March 2012; part 4 in March 2013; and part 5 in October 2013 It may be possible to access a digital version of the file in PDF format at Churchill Archives Centre. Advance notice is essential so please contact us to make a request.

Extent

5 folder(s)

Language of Materials

English

Finding aid date

2010-01-13 09:40:50+00:00

Repository Details

Part of the Churchill Archives Centre Repository

Contact:
Churchill Archives Centre
Churchill College
Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB3 0DS United Kingdom
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