Found in 1263 Collections and/or Records:
Includes: draft annotated by Sir Simon Marks; texts of articles by John Hammond on beef and mutton supplies and the future of livestock; draft texts on the gold situation, taxation, food production and investment by LSA; draft annotated by 1st Lord Weir.
"A Balanced Economy": comments and additional source material on industry and export, 1951-07 - 1953-03
Correspondents on LSA's draft include: Sir Cecil Kisch; 11th Lord Balfour of Burleigh, Chairman of Lloyds Bank; [Stanley] Paul Chambers, Deputy Chairman of Imperial Chemical Industries Limited; Leslie Gamage, General Electric Company Limited (2); Sir Charles Hambro [Chairman of Hambros Bank Limited]; Sir Dougal Malcolm; Sir Desmond Morton, Treasury; [William] Walker Shepherd, Chairman of Turner and Newall Limited; Siegmund Warburg, Director of S. G. Warburg and Company Limited.
Includes: cuttings; letters from 'Top' [3rd Lord Selborne, earlier Lord Wolmer], 1st Lord Hudson [former Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries] and 7th Lord Radnor [Chairman of the Forestry Commission, earlier Lord Folkestone] commenting on LSA's chapter on agriculture; annotated partial draft of LSA's chapter on agriculture.
Includes: cuttings; issue of Hansard covering a debate on the economic situation; Empire Industries Association and British Empire League bulletin; note on wheat supplies in the United States from Thomas Dugdale [Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, later 1st Lord Crathorne]; comments on LSA's notes on New Zealand and Australia from their High Commissions.
This series includes notes, texts and correspondence on literary works by LSA, including: a work by LSA on economics, "The Awakening"; LSA's memoirs, "My Political Life", including the unpublished fourth volume (which LSA died before he could complete); "A Balanced Economy"; a collection of addresses and lectures by LSA, "Loose Leaves"; "The Life of Joseph Chamberlain"; articles, books and pamphlets, many by LSA or with contributions and annotations by him.
Source material on the economies of South Africa, Central Africa, Ceylon [later Sri Lanka], India and Pakistan.
Includes: cuttings; booklet on the Agricultural Research Service; annotated partial draft of LSA's chapter on agriculture; comments from the National Farmers' Union.
Includes: cuttings; Empire Industries Association bulletin and historical note on Imperial Preference; letter from and text of a series of lectures by Sir William McLean on the social and economic development of the Empire; reports of the Colonial Office Colonial Primary Products Committee, 1948-49; report of the Commonwealth Economic Committee, reviewing Commonwealth agriculture as related to production and trade.
Includes: cuttings; information bulletins, including reports of the United States Department of Agriculture.
Includes: cuttings, mainly from the Times survey of British aviation; memoranda by the Air League of the British Empire on the employment of aviation to accelerate the development of the colonial Empire and the expansion of British aircraft production.
Includes: cuttings; an article by Sir Herbert Merrett on prospects for coal.
Includes: Ministry of Fuel and Power reports on domestic fuel policy, the use of power resources and mining; National Coal Board proposals on coal use; annotated copy of the Paley Commission report on the need for a coal revolution; annual reports and gazettes of the British Coal Utilisation Research Association.
Includes: United States Council of Productivity report on the British electricity system; corrected proofs of LSA's papers on the need for a coal revolution and on Britain's neglected mineral wealth; cuttings.
Includes text of LSA's "A Commonwealth Survey".