Found in 1262 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works by LSA, including: a work by LSA on economics, "The Awakening"; LSA's memoirs, "My Political Life", including the unpublished fourth volume (which LSA died before he could complete); "A Balanced Economy"; a collection of addresses and lectures by LSA, "Loose Leaves"; "The Life of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".
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.