Found in 953 Collections and/or Records:
Papers relating to the bi-centennial of the French revolution and the Paris G7 Summit, 14-15 July 1989, 1989-07
Includes menus; with schedule annotated with details of MT's clothing
Includes: schedules; and briefing cards for MT's bilateral meetings with President (Francois) Mitterrand of France and Prime Minister (Yasuhiro) Nakasone of Japan
Includes an anonymous note describing Hoene-Wroński as an 'artful dangerous character' [RGO 14/12: 502] and a petition addressed to His Majesty, George IV [RGO 14/12: 536-538].
Includes notes and correspondence on CS's appointment and "the Soames Affair", briefings and papers on CS's and MS's engagements and official entertaining during CS's tenure as British Ambassador to France.
Cuttings on CS's arrival in France and on his first public speech as Ambassador
Cuttings on Anglo-French relations, CS's Ambassadorship, an exhibition of British art in Paris, Jan 1972, the Paris Summit, Oct 1972 and CS's appointment to the European Commission.
Cuttings on the Royal visit to France by Queen Elizabeth II.
Includes: cuttings on MS as the "Ambassador's Lady" and her opening of a memorial to Sir Winston Churchill at Montargis; a statement made on Britain and the European Community, 1967, "A British view of Europe's destiny"; and an assessment by Sir Alan Campbell [former Counsellor, Paris] of Anglo-French relations, 1968-72, reprinted from the Royal Institute of International Affairs.
Account of the Gladwyns' visit to Paris [France] following the Paris Peace Conference, including CG's impressions of the French, Ernest Bevin, Foreign Secretary, [Alfred] Duff Cooper, British Ambassador to France [later 1st Lord Norwich] and Lady Diana Cooper [later Viscountess Norwich] and Andrei Vyshinsky [Deputy Soviet Foreign Minister].
Includes correspondence from Maurice Hudson (3), and representatives of various estate agents giving details of various properties for sale or rent. Also includes: notes and copies of correspondence from secretaries Anthony Montague Browne, Gillian Maturin, and Doreen Pugh; photographs of the riviera and photographs, drawings, plans, and maps of the locations of particular houses.
Personal: Financial: Societe General Alsacienne de Banque (Strasbourg [France])., 02 Aug 1950 - 15 Feb 1955
The collection comprises a diary of a field trip to Switzerland; photographs of the participants in the trip; and a bundle of geography notes.
Personal: Visits and invitations: Aix-en-Provence [France], Monte Carlo [Monaco] (August - October 1948): A - H., 05 Jul 1948 - 31 Oct 1948
Personal: Visits and invitations: Aix-en-Provence [France], Monte Carlo [Monaco] (August - October 1948) I - Z., 11 Aug 1948 - 03 Jan 1949
From left to right: Chips Gemmell, Lettice Shillingford, Denis Kelly and Evan Davies.
Log book, copy letters and photographs.
Mainly photographs of various official events and visits undertaken by GJ as British Ambassador to France, and also some earlier photographs from GJ's service in Iran in the 1920s.
3 photographs of a group of French teenagers being received by WSC and CSC in the garden of 10 Downing Street, after they had crossed the English Channel by canoe to join the Free French. Includes explanatory notes.
Including Second World War service, in particular the evacuation from Dunkirk (Operation Dynamo) and the attack on the French Fleet at Mers el-Kebir, in Algeria (Operation Catapult), by Force H.
Summary for Legitimate Births [relative numbers of boys and girls]
Note; by Charles Robert Darwin