Found in 1234 Collections and/or Records:
Includes secretarial accounts book, with JEP's fees for journalism, etc.; accounts for office equipment, c 1987-98.
Includes: individual items given to Churchill, including papers relating to the 1st Duke of Marlborough; family memorabilia; articles by Churchill; accounts; items relating to Churchill's funeral.
National Provincial and Union Bank of England cheques returned to Lady Randolph Churchill which give details of the payee, amount paid, and date presented. Payees include Montagu Porch. Also includes a receipt for Lady Randolph's life insurance policy from the Eagle Star and British Dominions Insurance Company.
Acquired Papers. Correspondence and papers covering Lady Randolph Churchill's finances and legal affairs. All items are typescript unless otherwise described., 1915 - 1921
Acquired Papers. Correspondence with John S Churchill regarding the estate of Lady Randolph Churchill., 1921 - 1927
Acquired Papers. Letters from Albert Edward, Prince of Wales [King Edward VII from 22 January 1901) to Lady Randolph Churchill. All items are manuscript and signed unless otherwise described., 1900 - 1904
Acquired Papers. Letters to Lady Randolph Churchill and papers relating to legal and financial affairs including the will of Lord Randolph Churchill., 1908 - 1914
Acquired Papers. Manuscript receipts from contributors to the Anglo Saxon Review. Several are addressed to Lady Randolph Churchill's secretary, Annette Anning., 1900- 1901
Notes and correspondence on the question of whether LSA received pay as a Minister, secretary to the War Cabinet, or member of the Armed Forces, with correspondents including: James Lowther [Speaker of the House of Commons, later 1st Lord Ullswater]; Cyril Longhurst, Assistant Secretary to the War Cabinet; Stanley Baldwin [Financial Secretary to the Treasury].
Bernau Papers. Correspondence between WSC and W Bernau of Lloyds Bank regarding WSC's finances., 01 Jan 1929 - 28 Sep 1932
Correspondence with S Rowson of the Ideal Film Renting Company Limited on payment for LSA's draft of a projected film history of the war.
Includes details on the marriage settlement of John S Churchill and Lady Gwendeline Churchill, Chartwell farm [Kent], Newchapel stud farm, Churchill's literary earnings, a proposed film on his life, tax and general expenses.
Papers and correspondence on the property, staff, finances and history of the Powell family. Also includes material on JEP's archive, and legal cases concerning him.
Letters written to JEP in India from his parents, on subjects including: JEP's friend A W J Thomas; JEP's finances; his health; JEP's friend Paul Maas; JEP's resignation from the University of Durham [as future Professor of Greek and Classical Literature]; the progress of the war in the Far East.
Correspondence on LSA's resignation from his directorships on becoming Secretary of State for India, with correspondents including: 1st Lord Trenchard [Director of Goodyear Tyre and Rubber Company (Great Britain) Limited] (3); Simon Marks [Chairman and Joint Managing Director, Marks and Spencer Limited] (2); Sir Dougal Malcolm [President of the British South West Africa Company] (3); Sir Charles Merrett [Vice-President of the Australian Canned Fruits Board].
Subjects include: JEP's friend Andrew Freeth and the probable death of A W J Thomas; JEP's jaundice; his finances; his future in India; learning Urdu; Britain's contribution to India and preservation of the Empire; JEP's commission to write a report on the future of armed forces in India; his promotion to brigadier.
Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples" and WSC's war memoirs [for World War II]: business correspondence., 28 Jan 1944 - 13 Dec 1944
Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples" film: correspondence., 05 Jan 1945 - 09 Aug 1945
Correspondents include: representatives of Nicholl, Manisty, Few and Company [solicitors] (8); Phyllis Love, Secretary to Sir Alexander Korda.Subjects include: assigning the film rights for the "English-Speaking Peoples" to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer London Films Limited for 50,000 pounds.Also includes: bill and receipt of payment for the services of Nicholl, Manisty and Few and Charles Henderson [barrister].
Statements of accounts of royalty fees due to WSC for sales of Volumes 1-3 of "The World Crisis" and Volume 4 "The Aftermath" from Curtis Brown Limited, Charles Scribner and Thornton Butterworth Limited.
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