Found in 263 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence relating to John Crosley's claims for payment for an expedition to the north-west coast of America to make nautical, astronomical and trigonometrical observations for the Navy, 1797 - 1806
Includes a claim for loss of instruments and books on board HMS Providence when it sank on 16 May 1797.
Correspondence between Churchill and Eisenhower, President of the United States, on the Suez Crisis and Churchill's belief in the importance of the Anglo-American alliance in the Cold War. Also includes a covering letter from Winthrop Aldrich, American Ambassador to Britain.
Correspondence with MPs and Peers, surnames "HOWE (GEOFFREY) 2", October 1976-circa January 1978, 1976-10 - 1978
Collection of pamphlets, public opinion survey data, and campaigning literature relating to the Democratic Party (United States of America), including a copy of the Democratic National Committee's 'Campaign Communications Handbook' (n.d.) with annotations.
Papers comprising official reports, articles, lectures, correspondence and press cuttings
Including Second World War service as head of the British Admiralty Delegation in Washington.
Diary of Cadogan's involvement in the Dumbarton Oaks and Second Quebec Conferences in the autumn of 1944. Subjects covered include: discussions surrounding the formation of the United Nations Security Council, including negotiations over voting procedure and rights of veto for member states; interaction with the press and photographers; Cadogan's reaction to hearing his own voice on a Paramount film of the Dumbarton Oaks Conference; and comments on travel, dinners, and books read.
Diary. Subjects covered include: relationships with Ernest Bevin and the Foreign Office; Cadogan's role in the first meeting of the General Assembly of the United Nations Organisation, and his pessimistic account of the progress made at delegation meetings; and comments on books read while travelling, including disparaging remarks on Douglas Goldring's "The Nineteen Twenties".
Photocopy of RSC's diary of his tour of Canada and the United States with Winston Churchill, his uncle John S Churchill and cousin John G Churchill, marked up with notes for publication.
Confidential documents issued by the Warden of the Standards to the Standards Commission. The volume also includes a list of American standards sent to England in 1843; newspaper and magazine cuttings; papers on Indian weights and measures; papers on a decimal system; reports of the Warden of the Standards; and parliamentary bills and acts.