Found in 178 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence concerning the Geodetic Survey of Rhodesia, including correspondence between D. Gill and Earl Grey on the initiation and general progress of the survey; a letter from the Acting Administrator, Salisbury, to Gill (fos 121-122), giving instructions for the primary triangulation to be carried out; correspondence with the Surveyor-General, Salisbury, 1897-1900 (fos 153-310); and correspondence with the British South Africa Company, 1897-1900 (fos 311-781).
Correspondence on Lewanika's stay at the University of Swansea, and also on African affairs, particularly relating to Northern Rhodesia and Barotseland [later Zambia]. Other correspondents include Alan Lennox-Boyd [Secretary of State for the Colonies, later 1st Lord Boyd of Merton].
Correspondence with John Hutchinson, Professor of Industrial Relations, University of California at Los Angeles, on sanctions against Zimbabwe Rhodesia [consists mainly of copies of letters from Hutchinson to various politicians].
Includes correspondence with: Sir Frederic Bennett MP (includes his letter of congratulation to MT on her becoming Party Leader, circa February 1975; his report on his visit to South Africa, Rhodesia and Kenya, August 1976; and a provisional guest list for the Bilderberg conference on 22-24 April 1977, 24 February 1977)
Includes correspondence with: Jim Spicer MP; Michael Spicer MP; Iain Sproat MP; Keith Stainton MP; Ivor Stanbrook MP; John Stanley MP (includes copy of report by Stanley and Douglas Hurd MP on their visit to South Africa, Namibia, Zambia and Rhodesia, 15-28 October 1978; and handwritten notes on "Foreign Affairs [Conservative Committee], July 25 "); Anthony Steen MP; Norman St John-Stevas MP; Michael Stewart MP; John Stokes MP; and William van Straubenzee MP
Subjects include: visiting the United States for the launch of "Clementine Churchill by Her Daughter", and reaction to the book; CS's appointment as Governor of Southern Rhodesia; the Lancaster House Agreement; CS's fears for the future of Southern Rhodesia [later Zimbabwe]; sporadic violence; the elections; Robert Mugabe's victory.
Manuscript of JA's diary and a typescript copy [not complete].
Manuscript and typescript copy of JA's diary, including visiting Uganda and various mines in South Africa, Rhodesia [later Zambia and Zimbabwe] and the Congo, and meetings with the Oppenheimers and political leaders. Includes photographs of the Owen Falls hydro-electric plant, Uganda.
Mainly papers and correspondence on MS's engagements and her work with children's charities.
Correspondence, mainly with Sir Dougal Malcolm, President of the British South Africa Company, on conditions in South Africa and Rhodesia [later Zambia and Zimbabwe], particular relating to labour difficulties and Federation in Central Africa. Includes texts of speeches by Sir Godfrey Huggins, Prime Minister of Southern Rhodesia [later 1st Lord Malvern] and other Southern Rhodesian ministers on Federation.
Photographs from LSA's Empire Tour of South Africa and Rhodesia [later Zambia and Zimbabwe], and also earlier photographs of Rhodesia (1902).
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.