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Correspondence A - K, 1926-01 - 1927-02

Reference Code: GBR/0014/AMEL 2/1/11
Scope and Contents Correspondents include: Anatole de Monzie, French Minister of Public Works; Reginald Leigh [Assistant Private Secretary to Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs]; 2nd Lord Lamington [earlier Charles Cochrane Baillie]; Elise Aubry (4); [George] Nevile Bland, Foreign Office; [?] Lucy Baldwin; Sir John Beale, on protection for manufacturing; Sir Hugh Bell, on the death of his daughter Gertrude Bell (2); Sir Henry Dobbs [High Commissioner and Consul-General for Iraq] on subjects including the...
Dates: 1926-01 - 1927-02
Conditions Governing Access: From the Fonds: The papers are open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.
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Official: Colonial Office: correspondence, much on South African affairs., 01 Nov 1906 - 30 Nov 1906

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 10/17
Scope and Contents Correspondents include: Sir Charles Eliot asking to be considered as successor to Sir Frederick Lugard as [High Commissioner and Commander in Chief of Northern Nigeria]; 9th Lord Elgin and Kincardine [Secretary of State for the Colonies] (3) on subjects including honours in Natal [South Africa], WSC's comments on departmental minutes and Colonel Sir Percy Girouard; Mackenzie King [Deputy Minister of Labour, Canada] sending a memorandum on strike breakers being brought into Canada from Great...
Dates: 01 Nov 1906 - 30 Nov 1906
Conditions Governing Access: Open

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