Found in 1172 Collections and/or Records:
Source material on the economies of South Africa, Central Africa, Ceylon [later Sri Lanka], India and Pakistan.
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 text of LSA's "A Commonwealth Survey".
"A Balanced Economy": source material on the Dominions (second revise) and proofs, 1950-08 - 1953-11
Cuttings, annotated draft proofs and corrected texts.
Speech notes for WSC's speech (Winchester House, Epping, Essex) on WSC's withdrawal from the Conservative Business Committee and opposition to giving India Dominion status, which includes the phrase "Mr Gandhi, ... now posing as a fakir of a type well-known in the East, striding half-naked up the steps of the Vice-regal palace".
Manuscript and typescript copy of JA's diary of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association tour of Central Africa, Mauritius and Malta, particularly Tanganyika [later Tanzania], Rhodesia [later Zambia and Zimbabwe], Kenya, Mauritius and Malta. Includes notes of a talk with Lieutenant-General Sir Arthur Dowler, General Officer Commanding East Africa Command, on the use of African troops and notes on attitudes to Central African Federation.
Published and unpublished works on African history written by Gray, accompanied by research notes from archives and secondary sources.
Articles, books and pamphlets, many by LSA or with contributions and annotations by him, 1931 - 1949
Pamphlets issued by the Empire Economic Union (which was chaired by LSA).
Texts of articles by LSA on subjects including: tribute to Sir Winston Churchill; racism and the colour problem, particularly in South Africa; GATT [General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade] and Imperial Preference (article for the Empire Industries Association).
Notes and prints of articles by LSA on subjects including: the economic theories of John Taylor Peddie; Imperial policy, particularly the maintenance of sea power; the Budget of 1931-2; Family Allowances.
Also includes: letters from John Taylor Peddie, Economic and Currency Committee, on his book "The dual system of economic stabilisation" and the Macmillan Report on banking practice (2).
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.