Found in 512 Collections and/or Records:
Political: Constituency: North West Manchester: Correspondence. Correspondents include: Fred Brierley and T W Killick about the Free Trade League; William Royle, Chairman of the Manchester Liberal Federation (3); Dr J Dulberg about the Manchester Jewish community's reaction to the proposed Aliens Bill and female suffrage (2) and WSC's reply; Fred Burn, Secretary of the Manchester Liberal Federation (2) and N Jacobson about WSC's intervention in the capmaker's strike (2)., Jan 1907 - Dec 1907
Other subjects include: Free Trade; the taxation of land values; congratulations on WSC's appointment as a Privy Councillor and WSC' s relations with the local Jewish community.Also includes a newspaper article about Dr J Dulberg.
Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: correspondence, mainly with Alderman Donald Forbes, Mayor of Wanstead and Woodford [1953-54] and Chairman of Woodford Conservative Association [from 1956]., Sep 1951 - May 1958
Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: correspondence with or about constituency officers., Nov 1951 - Mar 1958
General Public Correspondence E-G Correspondence dealt with by Kathleen Hill, and Elizabeth Layton, WSC's Personal Private Secretaries, with some notes and replies by Private Office Staff including John Peck, John Colville, Leslie Rowan, and Miss E M Watson Subjects include correspondence on gifts (particularly books, cigars, wines and spirits), requests for patronage, requests for signed books and photographs, Victory in Europe and the General Election campaign and result.
Public and Political: General: Churchill College, Cambridge: Press cuttings, photographs, handbooks etc., May 1958 - Jun 1964
Public and Political: General: Churchill College, Cambridge: United States Churchill Foundation., May 1959 - Apr 1964
Public and Political: General: Correspondence: Equine Defence League - Exmouth., Jun 1955 - Nov 1964
Public and Political: General: correspondence with or about Emery Reves [earlier Imre Revesz]., Sep 1939 - Sep 1941
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