Found in 68 Collections and/or Records:
(Untitled), 24 Apr 1942
Letter from WSC to Noel Coward thanking him for the copy of "Blithe Spirit".
(Untitled), 23 Apr 1925
(Untitled), 22 Jun 1906
Letter from Harley Granville Barker (Court Theatre, [London)] to WSC (House of Commons) on state patronage of the theatre. Signed carbon typescript.
(Untitled), 09 Jun 1908
Letter from Harley Granville-Barker (3 Clement's Inn, [London]) to WSC asking what the Government is going to do about the licensing of plays.
(Untitled), 31 Jan 1907
Letter from R M Percival, secretary of the general committee for the public memorial to Sir Henry Irving (11 Henrietta Street, Convent Garden, [London]), to WSC thanking him for agreeing to have his name added to the committee.
(Untitled), [Dec 1906]
Letter from Ellen Terry (7 Smith Square, Westminster, [London]) to WSC enclosing a letter asking for support for the idea of a permanent memorial to Sir Henry Irving. See CHAR 2/27/70. Signed manuscript.
(Untitled), 08 Dec 1906
Circular letter from Laurence Alma Tadema (Wittersham, Kent) asking for support for the idea of a permanent memorial to Sir Henry Irving. Typescript. Originally sent with CHAR 2/27/68-69.
(Untitled), 28 Mar 1941
Letter from WSC to Harry Crookshank [Financial Secretary to the Treasury] expressing displeasure at his non-co-operation on the easement of the Sunday opening of theatres.
(Untitled), 11 Nov 1910
Letter from Sir Rufus Isaacs [later Lord Reading, Attorney General] to WSC marked "private" concerning a letter he has received from W P Byrne about the Lord Chamberlain's disallowance of the play "Pains and Penalties" by Lawrence [?] Thurman. He draws WSC's attention to the letter which will be sent to [?] Thurman explaining the reason for the decision, as the letter will be published, and says that he admits he is already "taking too strong a view about it". Signed manuscript.
(Untitled), 15 May 1910
(Untitled), 04 Feb 
Letter from [Harley] Granville-Barker (17 John Street, Adelphi [London]) to WSC concerning censorship and stage play licenses, enclosing a memorandum prepared by the editor of the Stage [see CHAR 12/9/37-38]. Signed typescript.
(Untitled), [Feb] 
Memorandum [prepared by the editor of the Stage] setting out arguments in favour of granting a single license permitting managers of theatres to stage music hall and stage plays and naming organisations who support this idea. Typescript annotated with comments. Covering letter at CHAR 12/9/36.
(Untitled), 15 Feb 1911
Draft letter from Edward Marsh (Home Office) to [Harley] Granville-Barker marked "private" explaining that WSC thinks it would be difficult to implement a single license [permitting managers of theatres to stage music hall and stage plays], but informing him that there are plans for a double license. Manuscript.
(Untitled),  [Sep] 
Letter from WSC ([Harrow School, Middlesex]) to "Mummy" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he expresses approval for a play at the Adelphi theatre [London] called "An English Rose" [by George Sims and Robert Buchanan]. Illustrated with a drawing of a Harrow schoolboy surrounded by luggage.
(Untitled), 25 Nov 1868
Letter from [Leonard Jerome] (Union League Club, Madison Avenue corner of 26th Street [New York, United States] to Jennie [Jerome, later Lady Randolph Churchill] including: his opinion that her "disposition to please those about [her]" should ensure her future success; his plans to visit her at school [near Paris]; and his disappointment in the opera at the academy where Offenbach is "all the rage". Envelope present.
(Untitled), 22 Nov 1899
(Untitled), 25 Nov 1899
Copy of a letter from [Lady Randolph Churchill](American Hospital Ship Fund for South Africa, 35A Great Cumberland Place [London]) to [Albert Edward, Prince of Wales] concerning an offer by the manager of the Olympia [theatre], Edward Cleary, to give the proceeds of a performance to the hospital ship Maine and [Princess Alexandra's] ship. Manuscript signed with initials in the hand of Lady Randolph Churchill.