Found in 78 Collections and/or Records:
Transcripts summarising letters from LSA to Chirol [Director of the Foreign Department of the Times] on LSA's work as the Times war correspondent in South Africa, particularly his discussions with Sir Alfred Milner [British High Commissioner for South Africa] and on Cecil Rhodes.
Correspondence with the general public on JEP's article.
Papers by LSA on tariff reform and Imperial Preference, including: press-cuttings of Times articles and letters to the Times written by LSA; pamphlet, The Case for Tariff Reform; text and notes for speeches by LSA on fiscal reform and Imperial policy; notes on tariff reform and constructive policy; notes on the Trade Union Tariff Reform League.
Cuttings of articles by LSA on the campaign for compulsory National Service (Military Service or conscription), written for the Times and the Daily Mail.
Journals and press cuttings
Mainly comprising letters from writers and politicians including Winston Churchill, J. M. Barrie, Sir John Betjeman, Graham Greene, Somerset Maugham, Lord Halifax and Gerald Campbell. The majority of the correspondence is on literary topics. The collection also contains diaries of Cecil Roberts and his commonplace book from 1959-61 which are a source of information on contemporary society. In addition, there are numerous press cuttings and book reviews spanning Cecil Roberts' career.
The collection relates to Charles Eade's connection with Sir Winston Churchill. It includes Eade's diary of meetings with Sir Winston; biographical material about Sir Winston and Sir Winston's own speaking notes for his speech made on 20 June 1940 which Churchill gave to Charles Eade.
Personal papers, including draft articles and lectures, press cuttings and subject files.
The material deposited at Churchill Archives Centre by Dr Piers Brendon relates to two documentaries "The Churchills" and "The Windsors".
Includes diaries 1922-86, correspondence 1935-83, and press cuttings.
Colour film reel shot by Courtenay, mainly from his experiences in the Second World War, including footage of Winston Churchill in Canada and giving the "Iron Curtain" speech, 1946, and footage of American forces in the Pacific.
The bulk of this collection is Stead's letters from his many correspondents including Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, William Gladstone, and Christabel Pankhurst. There are also papers relating to his time in prison, and to his many publications. Material related to interviews with Royal and political figures and notes for work are also included.
Press cuttings and texts of 12 articles by Churchill, famous novels retold as short stories for The News of the World: "Uncle Tom’s Cabin"; "The Count of Monte Cristo"; "The Moonstone"; "Ben-Hur"; "Tess of the D’Urbervilles"; "A Tale of Two Cities"; "Jane Eyre"; "Adam Bede"; "Vice Versa"; "Ivanhoe"; "Westward Ho!"; "Don Quixote". Also includes cuttings of some of the stories reprinted in the Chicago Sunday Tribune.
Press-cuttings of articles written by LSA for the Times, The Problem of the Army.
The programme comprises transcripts of interviews with senior diplomats.
Includes weekly copies, administration, correspondence and press cuttings and press releases.
Draft copy of an article by Churchill describing a dream encounter with his father, Lord Randolph Churchill. Includes comments by Charles Wood [literary assistant to Churchill] and annotations by Wood and Churchill.