Found in 263 Collections and/or Records:
Papers from a tour of California by Michael Dukakis, Democratic Candidate for the Presidency of the United States, during the American presidential election campaign.
Material from Michael Dukakis's Democratic campaign for the American presidential elections, including: New Era; Leadership: 60; Funny; Say It; Steve; Failed; Crunch; Oval Office; Slash; Counterpunch; I’ll be Damned; Bush Spots: The Future; The Mission; Boston Harbor; Revolving.
? Duplicate of 26/1/128.
Elymus condensatus / 8h 30 sponged space of leaf with [water at] 80-90[°F] in greenhouse & removed bloom [application of salt water], 1809-07-17 - 1882-07-20
Note; by Charles Robert Darwin
Minutes on subjects including: the energy crisis; Concorde; relations between Europe and the United States; oil supplies and European foreign policy; a meeting with Egon Bahr; JA's visit to Yugoslavia [later Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, and Slovenia] and meeting with President Josip Tito; progress towards European Monetary Union; European policy on the Mediterranean.
Includes: correspondence; political papers; literary papers; diaries.
Includes files on America, Germany, India, and on various subjects including inflation and the Bank of England.
Insects / In these genera two of the islands have each their own species
Note; by Charles Robert Darwin Insects / In these genera two of the islands have each their own species
Includes: recordings of television interviews with NK and other members of the Shadow Cabinet; recordings of news bulletins featuring NK and Labour; recordings of speeches from Conference; party political broadcasts and election broadcasts; political documentaries; recordings of Prime Minister’s Questions, from the House of Commons.
Notes of CS's meetings with Kissinger, American Secretary of State, Dec 1974, on subjects including: the Middle East; Kissinger's view of the United States Congress; energy policy; general relations between the United States and Europe; China; trade negotiations; monetary reform; defence policy.
Papers from CS's visits to Washington, New York and Athens and Crete for trade talks, May 1976, including: programmes and itineraries; correspondence on arrangements.
Papers from CS's visit to Washington, February 1974, including the itinerary and programme and the schedule for CS's previous visit, 1973.
Papers from CS's visit to the United States for trade talks, October 1973, including: press releases; briefing notes; itineraries and programmes; copy of CS's speech to the European Chambers of Commerce, New York; records of meetings; transcript of the press conference with CS and William Casey, American Under-Secretary for Economic Affairs.
Papers from CS's visit to the United States and Canada for trade talks, October-November 1973, including: steering briefs; calendar of events; talking briefs and background notes.
Letters from John Smart in America to his mother, pasted into scrapbooks with additional material, including postcards, photographs, newscuttings and printed items, with comments and explanations by Smart.
Including Second World War service as head of the British Admiralty Delegation in Washington and at the Yalta Conference.
Letter from Senator Edward Kennedy to Mr William F Davison regarding his decision to speak out against the violence in Northern Ireland, 1971-11-02
The collection comprises a wide variety of material from a number of different sources which have been deemed too small to be considered individual collections in their own right and have been grouped together under the heading "miscellaneous". Subjects covered include First and Second World Wars, the Falklands Campaign, and recollections of Sir Winston Churchill.
Letters to Jardine Matheson, Hong Kong, mainly regarding sugar. The correspondents include J.E. Lilly & Co.; Martin & Robertson (Robert Martin & Arthur Robertson); Mooney Biscuit & Candy Co. Ltd (including letters from its employee S.J. Cook); Henry Moss; H. Moss & Son; and E. Nicholson.
Letters written while Lady Diana and Duff Cooper were on a lecture tour of the United States, on subjects including: crossing the Atlantic; the World's Fair, New York; efforts to repeal the Neutrality Act; meeting Franklin Roosevelt, President of the United States; the rigours of the lecture tour; visiting Hollywood. Also includes an earlier letter on the death of Lady Diana's mother, Violet, Duchess of Rutland.