Found in 2142 Collections and/or Records:
Wolff's contribution to the memorial volume, Randolph Churchill - The Young Unpretender: 2 copies of the manuscript and a review of the volume.
Draft notes and sections of text of JEP's poem Britanniad.
The collection includes: McLachlan's papers for "Room 39"; Beesly's papers for "Very Special Intelligence" and for "Very Special Admiral"; and papers of Commander Lloyd Hirst, an intelligence officer.
Papers relating to 'Churchill Speaks', an edited selection of the essays of Sir Winston Churchill [edited by Wolff. These papers were in use for the Official Biography]. Includes correspondence and the launch souvenir booklet.
Correspondence on the original cataloguing of the Churchill Papers by the Public Record Office and on copyrights in some of Sir Winston Churchill's works.
Correspondents include: various persons, including others engaged on the Official Biography (4 files, 1962-1969); representatives of Heinemann Publishers Limited on the text of the Official Biography, March-April 1965; Anita King [earlier Anita Leslie] on 'Jennie', her biography of Lady Randolph Churchill [earlier Jennie Jerome], 1968-1971; Peregrine Churchill and others on 'Jennie' in the context of an American publication alleging various things about the Churchill family.
Correspondence on Esher's books, 'Footprints of Statesmen', 'The Yoke of Empire', 'The Correspondence of Queen Victoria' and 'The Girlhood of Queen Victoria', including letters from the Royal Family, Arthur Benson and Sir John Murray.
Reviews of ‘Lord Randolph Churchill’; photos of WSC.
Reviews of ‘The World Crisis’, and articles on Navy debate.
Manuscript and typescript drafts and texts of poems by JEP.
Also includes: print of The Poetic Thought, an address given by JEP to the Australian English Association, April 1938; print of talk by JEP for the Australian Broadcasting Commission on the Elgin Marbles, June 1939; cuttings of reviews of Casting Off and Other Poems.
A facsimile transcript (including coloured initials) of the Leabhar na Huidri made by Eugene O'Curry, 152 folios. The transcript was probably made for Dr J. H. Todd, whose bookplate is inside the front cover and who has made occasional marginal notes in pencil. Notes by the transcriber are on on slips attached to fos 127 and 139. Many leaves are left blank to indicate gaps in the archetype.