Found in 83 Collections and/or Records:
Lady Diana's detailed travel diaries, many of which consist of copies of letters to her friend Conrad Russell and her son, John Julius, later arranged in diary form. Several of the diaries have both manuscript versions, and typed transcripts with additional material.
Prepared for the Comte de Daun, Viceroy of Naples.
37 folios: (fo. 2) title page; (fo. 3) introduction; (fo. 11) text. On folio 2v is '44' (circled).
Includes: Commonwealth Parliamentary questions on colonial and Commonwealth affairs; Colonial Office staff lists; paper from the Gibraltar Chamber of Commerce, "Facts on the Gibraltar Problem"; paper presented to Parliament by the Foreign Secretary and Secretary of State for the Colonies on Gibraltar, and recent differences with Spain.
Comprises: Preface; Chapter 1, Early Memories; Chapter 2, Into Parliament; Chapter 3, The House of Commons; Chapter 4, The Soviet Union; Chapter 5, Henry Moore, By-Election Songs, and Waterloo Bridge; Chapter 6, The Spanish Civil War; Chapter 7, Collapse of MacDonald's Government; and Chapter 8, Wartime.
Comprises an account of his work and travels in Persia [now Iran], 1919-22, 1933-5 and 1964-5; the United States, 1936-9; Sweden, 1940-5; and Spain, 1945-6.
Papers comprising diaries, correspondence, official papers, lectures, articles, broadcasts and photographs
Also including papers of Commander John Somerville about his father, 1950-91
Correspondence regarding Spanish observatories, including correspondence with M.M. Loron, Madrid Observatory; Captain Francisco Fdez de la Puente of San Fernando; Admiral Wenceslao Benitez; Jose Rodrigues Navarro, the Geographic Institute, Madrid; Father Romano, Observatory de Ebro Tortosa; and Dr J. Tinocco, Madrid Observatory.
Note; by Charles Robert Darwin
Comprising pencil and pen-and-ink drawings.
Including views of Vigo, Spain; Aden (Yemen); Corfu and Zante (Zakinthos) in the Ionian Islands; Rhodes in the Dodecanese Islands; Suez from the Canal (Egypt); Gibraltar; Malta; Turkey, including Adalia (Antalya); and Salonica (Thessaloniki), Greece.
Letters to and from Samuel Pepys Cockerell.
For broadcasts to Albania, Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Greece, Portugal, Rumania [Romania], Spain, Yugoslavia [later Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, and Slovenia]
'Delle historie memorabili contiene le Guerre d'Italia de' nostri tempi', possibly in the author's own hand.
'Congiura dei Spagnuoli contro la republica di Venezia' and other writings relating to Venice in 1618.
Statement by Juan Carlos I, King of Spain, on his state visit to Britain.