Found in 188 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from WSC to Sir William Jowitt [Paymaster-General] advising discretion on reconstruction plans, for example on agriculture, which may have international implications.
Letter from Robert Barrington-Ward [Editor of the Times] to WSC with a draft declaration of National Purpose building on the Atlantic Charter and setting out post-war aims; with acknowledgement.
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 Ernest Bevin [Minister of Labour and National Service] on Bevin's correspondence with Arthur Greenwood [Minister without Portfolio] on membership of the Reconstruction Problems Committee.
Letter from WSC to Ernest Bevin [Minister of Labour and National Service] agreeing that 1st Lord Reith, as Minister of Works and Buildings, should be invited to become a member of the Production Executive.