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Papers collected by David Wolfson, March 1978-August 1981 (mainly 1978), 1978-03 - 1981-08

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Reference Code: GBR/0014/THCR 2/6/2/187

Scope and Contents

Includes: MT’s handwritten annotations
Part 1, 1978-79: includes material relating to planning for the 1979 General Election, with minutes of meetings: in the Chairman’s office at CCO, 7 July 1978 (not attended by MT); to discuss social services (attended by MT); in the Chairman’s office at CCO, 12 July 1978 (not attended by MT); 13 July 1978 (attended by MT); in the Chairman’s office at CCO, 18 July 1978 (not attended by MT); law and order (attended by MT), 1 August 1978); and on election arrangements (attended by MT who had annotated minutes) on 8 August 1978
Also includes: note by Gordon Reece, "Broadcasting- the leader", 13 March 1978; copy of paper for Leader's Steering Committee and Leader's Consultative Committee by Michael Heseltine "The sale of council houses" (28 June 1978); and copy of briefing paper for Sir Geoffrey Howe MP by Adam Ridley (Conservative Research Department), "Further work on housing policy", 12 July 1978
Part 2, 1981: includes copy of handwritten letter from MT to 'Susan [Wolfson]', circa 20 August 1981


Dates

  • 1978-03 - 1981-08

Conditions Governing Access

Part 1 opened in February 2010; part 2 in March 2012 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

2 folder(s)

Language of Materials

English

Finding aid date

2010-01-14 09:49:00+00:00

Repository Details

Part of the Churchill Archives Centre Repository

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