Found in 223 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from [WSC] to General John Pershing announcing that the King has given him permission to accept the United States Distinguished Service Medal and expressing gratitude for its having been awarded. Typescript copy.
United States War Department orders for the award of decorations, including the Distinguished Service Medal to WSC. Another copy at CHAR 2/107/3.
Telegram from King Edward VII (Balmoral Castle) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] discussing arrangements to give her the Red Cross [for her work with the hospital ship Maine].
Card from King Edward VII (Hotel Bristol, Paris [France]) to Mrs West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he would be glad to receive WSC as a P[rivy] C[ouncillor] and comments that WSC is hard working and ambitious. Envelope present.
Telegram from CSC (Stalingrad [Soviet Union]) to Mary Churchill [later Lady Soames] congratulating her on being decorated. Copy.
Draft of a telegram from WSC to Randolph Churchill (Rome [Italy]) hoping that he is getting well; stating that Mary Churchill [later Lady Soames] has been awarded an MBE; and that Tom Mitford and Basil Dufferin have died. Annotated.
Draft of a telegram from WSC to Randolph Churchill (Rome [Italy]) hoping that he is getting well; stating that Mary Churchill [later Lady Soames] has been awarded an MBE; and that Tom Mitford and "Freddy Dufferin" [Basil Dufferin] have died. Manuscript.
Telegram from Randolph Churchill [Rome, Italy] to WSC marked "Personal" stating that his knee is progressing slowly; congratulating Mary Churchill [later Lady Soames] on her MBE; and stating that the "books etc." have not yet arrived. Carbon copy. Annotated by John Peck [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] stating that the books and cigars should reach Randolph shortly.
Letter from WSC to the Town Clerk of Cardiff [S Tapper Jones] expressing his appreciation at being made an Honorary Freeman of the City, but regretting that, "owing to the pressure of other engagements", he cannot make any definite arrangements to visit Cardiff for the purpose of admission [carbon].
Letter from WSC to the Master of the Mercers Company thanking him for his kindness on the occasion of his admission to the Livery last week [carbon].
Letter from WSC to the Lord Mayor of Bristol expressing his deep appreciation of the warmth of his welcome both in the streets of the City and in the Council Chamber when the Freedom was conferred. He refers to his two wartime visits to Bristol, "the first in our dark days, and the second on the threshold of victory." [carbon].
Letter from WSC to the President of the Royal Society of Arts expressing his appreciation of the resolution to award him the Albert Gold Medal of the Society for 1945 [carbon].
Letter from WSC to the Mayor of Bath commenting on the "generous offer" by the City Council of Bath [Somerset] to award him the Freedom of the City but stating that the pressure of events precludes him fixing a date [carbon].
Letter from WSC to the Town Clerk of the Borough of Pembroke expressing his appreciation of the decision by the Council to offer him the Freedom of Pembroke [Pembrokeshire, Wales] but stating that it is impossible for him to fix a date at the present time [carbon].
Letter from WSC to the Burgomaster and Aldermen of Antwerp [Netherlands] accepting the Freedom of the City and regretting that it was not possible for him to come to Antwerp on the suggested day of VE day plus 30 [carbon].
Letter from WSC to 2nd Lord Cornwallis [earlier Wykeham Stanley Cornwallis] acknowledging receipt of his letter of 17 Jun  and expressing his appreciation of the proposal by the Association of Men of Kent and Kentish Men to elect him an Honorary Life Member [carbon].
Telegram from WSC to CSC (Moscow [Soviet Union]) marked "personal" stating that Feodor Gousev [Soviet Union Ambassador in Britain] has informed them that the Soviet Government would like to give her the Order of the Red Banner of Labour for her activities as Chairman of the Red Cross Aid to Russia Fund. Despatched on 8 April.
Telegram from WSC to CSC (Moscow [Soviet Union]) stating that King George VI has approved [her receiving the Order of the Red Banner of Labour]; and asking about her visit [to the Soviet Union].
Newspaper cutting reporting that Lady Randolph Churchill has been awarded the Imperial Order of the Crown of India. Covering letter at CHAR 28/137/52.
Letter from Norah Stirling (Sysonby Lodge, Melton Mowbray [Leicestershire]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] referring to an enclosure [see CHAR 28/137/51] and expressing the hope that [Lady Randolph] will "live long to be an ornament to the Empire" [a reference to her receiving the Imperial Order of the Crown of India]. Signed manuscript.
Telegram from Lord Halifax [earlier Edward Wood, then Lord Irwin, British Ambassador to the United States] to WSC with invitation from University of Rochester, United States, to receive Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws in absentia, and make a broadcast speech to United States on commencement day. [see CHAR 20/38/123 for reply.].
Telegram from WSC to Lord Halifax [earlier Edward Wood, then Lord Irwin, British Ambassador to the United States] accepting invitation of Honorary Degree from University of Rochester [United States]; and confirming that he will make speech to University on June 16. [see CHAR 20/38/76 .].