Found in 263 Collections and/or Records:
Detailed briefing papers and schedule, including policy briefings on South Africa, civil rights, defence and the economy.
Visits to United States, Nov-Dec 1986 and Mar 1987: notes and later correspondence, 1986-12 - 1987-02
Includes: a memorandum on options for the 1987 visit; notes on the Leader’s Fund; memorandum from John Eatwell [Economic Adviser to NK] on financing activities in the United States; letter from NK on the prejudiced attitude of the British press towards him; correspondence with Fenton Communications Inc on media strategy for the 1987 visit, and also correspondence with individuals including Bryan Gould.
Includes press cuttings, briefings for interviews, press releases etc, and also text of NK’s speech at the Kennedy School of Government, Boston, "Components of security: defence, democracy and development".
Includes: final report from Fenton Communications Inc on the press coverage for NK’s visit; press cuttings; correspondence with journalists, Fenton Communications and others including Howard Baker; notes on press briefings, interviews, members of the press party going with NK etc; correspondence on concerns that the White House had misrepresented the talks between NK and Ronald Reagan, President of the United States, Mar 1987.
Letters from Hedi to her father [Nov-Dec 1925] and from Max to Hedi [Jan-Mar 1926]. Also one letter to James [Franck] from Max [24 Nov. 1925]. Also contains two small press cuttings.
Letters from Hedi to her father [Nov-Dec 1925] and from Max to Hedi [Jan-Mar 1926]. Also one letter to James [Franck] from Max [24 Nov. 1925]. Also contains two small press cuttings. With some annotations on the letter to Franck. Also includes later, word-processed, working out by a family member or researcher of the Borns’ itinerary for the journey.
Papers comprising diaries, correspondence, official papers, lectures, articles, broadcasts and photographs
Also including papers of Commander John Somerville about his father, 1950-91
Articles by CS for the Post, with both the original text and copies of the published piece, and some correspondence, on subjects including: EC-United States farm trade rivalries; the recovery of the American economy; European attitudes to the negotiations on Intermediate Nuclear Weapons; how to improve strained relations between the United States and Western Europe; disagreement between Europe and the United States over the Middle East.
Spare slides from a family holiday, including Trinidad, New Orleans, North Mexico, Washington, New York, Quebec and Ottawa.
Subjects covered include: WSC's escape from captivity during the South African War; election campaigns; reviews and illustrations for WSC's writing; WSC's parents, Lord Randolph Churchill and Lady Randolph Churchill.