Found in 68 Collections and/or Records:
Annotated typescripts, prints, cuttings, notes and manuscripts of speeches by LSA on subjects including: imperial unity, particularly on Canada, the possibility of an Imperial council and separating the Colonial Office from an Imperial Office, and including a speech written for 1st Lord Roberts; taxation (in LSA's maiden speech in the House of Commons); temperance; links between defence policy and strategy; the need for a national policy for dealing with syphilis; blocking motions.
Subjects include Churchill's depression, paintings, drinking, food, smoking, exercise, gambling and sleep.
Letter from Cortland Macmahon to WSC, sending alkagen lozenges for his indigestion.
Letters to Clementine from 1st Lord Montgomery of Alamein on Churchill's health [after an attack of fever], March 1958 and their golden wedding anniversary.
Correspondence with Alistair Whyte, Department of Anatomy, University of Aberdeen, on the skin graft which WSC gave from his arm to a wounded soldier after the Battle of Omdurman.