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Literary: Collier's Magazine and other American articles: correspondence., 01 Feb 1936 - 29 Dec 1936
Correspondents include: representatives of Curtis Brown Limited, international publishing bureau; representatives of Collier's including William Chenery [Editor] (5); Adam Marshall Diston on drafting articles (6).
Correspondents include: representatives of Collier's including William Chenery [Editor] (22); Adam Marshall Diston on drafting the articles (10); representatives of Curtis Brown Limited, international publishing bureau, including Helen Everitt, Magazine Department (6) and Alan Collins, Manager (23).Also includes: statements of account from Curtis Brown Limited; royalty reports from Charles Scribner's Sons for "The World Crisis".
Correspondents include: John Farquharson (11); Paul Reynolds (5), Butler and Tanner Limited; and [Brigadier General James] Edmonds [of the Military Branch of the Historical Section] concerning a series of articles by WSC for the Collier's Magazine entitled "Crucial Crises of the [First World] War".
Correspondents include: Lord James of Hereford; General Sir Ian Hamilton; Lord Allerton; Henry Newbolt (3), on article for the "Monthly Review"; Lord Salisbury, sending his correspondence with Lord Randolph Churchill Also includes copies of his account with Longmans, Green & Co., New York, for sales of "London to Ladysmith" and "Ian Hamilton's March" in the United States.
Correspondence on books and articles: Correspondents include: Lord Goschen, Arthur Balfour; Joseph Chamberlain (2); Sir Michael Hicks-Beach (later Lord St Aldwyn) (3); St John Brodrick (later Lord Midleton); John Morley; Lord Roberts; and Wilfred Scawen Blunt (4) on his biography of Lord Randolph Churchill; Sir Francis Mowatt (2); A M S Methuen, on the possibility of Methuen & Co. publishing "Life of Lord Randolph Churchill".
Correspondence on books and articles, mainly on "Lord Randolph Churchill", including letters of congratulation on publication, and thanks for complimentary copies Correspondents include Russell Rea MP; George Macmillan; Lady Ilchester; Lord Annaly; Joseph Chamberlain; Lord Harris; Sir Francis Mowatt; Sir George Warrender; Joseph Wood, (Headmaster, Harrow School); with details of weekly sales Jan-Apr 1906.
Correspondence on books and articles, mainly second edition of "Lord Randolph Churchill": Correspondents include Frederick Macmillan (Macmillan & Co.) (3); Baron Stumm, on copy of "Lord Randolph Churchill" presented to German Emperor Wilhelm II; Lord Rea; Count Paul Metternich.
Correspondence on books and articles: Correspondents include Count Paul Metternich, German Embassy, London; A P Watt, Literary Agent (7); Sir Francis Hopwood (later Lord Southborough); Lord Elgin and Joseph Chamberlain.
Correspondence on books and articles: Correspondents include: A P Watt, Literary Agent, (7) on publication of "My African Journey" in the United States and series of articles for the Strand magazine; Lord Curzon, thanks for gift of book; Hodder and Stoughton Limited, on publication of "The People's Rights Defended".
Correspondence with D C Thomson on possible article "No Tampering with the British Navy and the Sunday Herald on possible article on the attitude of the United States to European politics, and to the League of Nations in particular.
Correspondence on books and articles, mainly "The World Crisis": Correspondents include James Headlam-Morley (7); Admiral Sir Henry Oliver (4); Brigadier-General Edward Spears (2); W Graham Greene (2); George Lambert; Brigadier-General James Edmonds (2); Admiral Sir Roger Keyes; General Sir Ian Hamilton (4); Major-General Sir Ernest Swinton; Lord Grey of Fallodon (formerly Sir Edward Grey) and Admiral Sir Reginald Bacon.
Correspondence on books and articles, mainly "The World Crisis": Correspondents include Elutherios Venizelos (2); Admiral Sir Henry Oliver; Brigadier-General James Edmonds; James Headlam-Morley; General Sir Ian Hamilton; George Lambert; Sir Maurice Hankey (2); Admiral Sir Reginald Bacon; Field Marshal Lord Ypres (formerly Sir John French) (3); H H Asquith (later Lord Oxford & Asquith) (3); W Graham Greene; William Tyrrell, Foreign Office and J L Garvin.
War memoirs - abridgement Correspondence of WSC and Anthony Montague Browne on single volume edition of "The Second World War" Correspondents include: Desmond Flower, Cassell & Co. (4),; Henry Laughlin, Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston (3); Anthony Moir, Fladgate & Co., Solicitors (9); Denis Kelly (6); Sir Norman Brook (later Lord Normanbrook); Emery Reves (formerly Imre Revez).