Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Business letters sent from places in Korea.
Subjects include: old age pensions; the Transport Bill; the convertibility of sterling; foreign affairs, particularly Germany, the Soviet Union and Korea [North Korea and South Korea]; the Colonial Development Corporation; the political situation in Nigeria; the Economic Survey, 1953; housing; the Finance Bill, 1952; the Empire Settlement Bill, 1952; the Government's first six months in office.
Correspondence and related papers regarding business and trade with North and South Korea. The correspondence is comprised of originals and copies of letters to Matheson & Co. Ltd and copies of other letters.
Papers on a visit by British MPs (including JA as Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office) to Japan, including: programmes; briefings on Japan and Korea; report from the Assembly of the Western European Union on China and European security.
Press copies of letters from B.A. Clarke, William Gubbins and A.E. Reynell of Jardine, Matheson & Co. The letters are from Chemulpo/Jeuchuan and Seoul. The recipients include Ryle Holme, agent of Jardine, Matheson & Co., Nagasaki; J.J. Keswick, Shanghai; Jardine Matheson, Shanghai; Jardine Matheson, Yokohama; and P.G. von Möllendorff, Vice President, H.C.M.'s Foreign Office, Seoul. Only pages 1-248 of the volume have been used.
Photographs of JA, on subjects including his Second World War mission to Albania (some used in his book "Sons of the Eagle"), and official visits and ministerial photographs, particularly of JA as Secretary of State for Air, Minister of Aviation and Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Press copies of letters from Jardine Matheson, Shanghai. The authors are John Bell-Irving, J.J. Keswick and Herbert Smith. The recipients are H.M. Becher, Chemulpo (p. 18); B.A. Clarke, Chemulpo; W. Nelson Lovatt, Fusan; Herbert Smith, Chemulpo; and F.A. Velschow, Foong Tung (p. 16).
Original glass negatives measuring 164 x 122 mm by Sir Henry Norman. Some of the negatives are accompanied by handwritten captions. Views shown are of French Indo-China [Vietnam], China, Malaya [Malaysia], Siam [Thailand], Korea and Japan.