Found in 188 Collections and/or Records:
Cabinet memorandum by Chancellor of the Exchequer [Sir John Anderson, later 1st Lord Waverley] on man-power in the second half of 1945, including as an appendix a memorandum by the Minister of Labour and National Service [R A Butler].
Letter from William Beveridge [Master, University College Oxford] to WSC offering to help in any way with economic planning or devising new Government machinery; has arranged meeting with Edward, Lord Halifax [earlier Edward Wood and Lord Irwin, Foreign Secretary] to discuss a proposed trip to America.
Letter from WSC to Arthur Greenwood [Minister without Portfolio], agreeing with his proposal that the Ministry of Works should concentrate on the immediate restoration of damaged properties rather than planning for the post-war period.
Letter from WSC to Minister without Portfolio [Arthur Greenwood] with names of Ministers to be included on his committee [to consider post-war reconstruction], with terms of reference for the committee. [See also CHAR 20/21A/86 ].
Letter from WSC to Arthur Greenwood [Minister without Portfolio] suggesting that adding another four members to the post-war reconstruction committee would be a mistake. [See CHAR 20/21A/49 - 53 ].
Letter from WSC to George Isaacs [MP for Southwark North] regarding the position of the British Trades Union representatives at the San Francisco Conference [United States] and stating that while the Government does not feel able to share its responsibility with any non-governmental body this decision is in no way a reflection upon the Trades Union movement [carbon].
Letter from WSC to Sir Arthur Salter [Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster] explaining his responsibilities regarding European reconstruction and listing the various committees on which he will serve [carbon].
Letter from WSC to the President of the United States of America [Harry Truman] marked "Top Secret" commenting on munitions requirements and financial questions, including continued relief to Italy until UNRRA [United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration] takes over in early autumn, and proposing that a British delegation should be sent to Washington as soon as is convenient to achieve agreement on these vital post-war issues [carbon].
Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to A F Ewing [Private Secretary to the Minister of Works] stating that CSC has drawn his attention to an article by Oswald Birley in the Times of 29 May  about the continued closure of Regent's Park and asking for clarification of the position [carbon].